The hugely anticipated two-hour final-season premiere of "Lost" improved by 12% over last season's debut episode and drew 12.1 million viewers Tuesday night.
"I'm just stuffed with joy," said best director nominee Lee Daniels. "I really can't move."
Spike TV, once home to WWE wrestling, is getting back in the ring with "Half Pint Brawlers."
This year's Grammys seemed to have something for everyone, and it showed in the stellar ratings perf of CBS' 3 1/2 hour telecast, the most-watched Grammycast since 2004.
TLC is looking to see its dough rise and has ordered a third season of hit reality series "Cake Boss."
Castmates from MTV's hit reality series "Jersey Shore" have renewed their deals and are returning for a second season, the network announced late Friday night.
ABC Family has given a 10-episode order for sitcom "Melissa & Joey."
MTV has greenlit high school reality series"If You Really Knew Me" while announcing a second season of "Teen Mom."
The Oprah Winfrey Network has done some shopping at Sundance.
NBC is offering up some heavyweight competition against "Lost."