VH1 is ramping up its programming slate with shows that cover the gamut from dating to dying. Cabler has been extremely busy of late. In first quarter 2010, net is launching nine new series…
VH1 is ramping up its programming slate with shows that cover the gamut from dating to dying.
NBC is offering up some heavyweight competition against "Lost." Peacock will be dropping "The Jay Leno Show" on Tuesday and will offer a two-hour "The Biggest Loser" that will go head to head…
An Avril Lavigne/Katy Perry-fueled "American Idol" followed by "Human Target" was clearly more than enough to give Fox a dominant win Tuesday night, though "Idol" saw 12% slippage from a week ago…
MTV remains tight-lipped about negotiations with the cast for a second season of "Jersey Shore," but it looks as though Snooki and Co. will be returning for another go-around.
FX saw its hot streak end Monday night when the season three premiere of "Damages" got off to a rough start.
The Big Four broadcasters will all cede a portion of their primetime lineup to televise President Obama's State of the Union address Wednesday night.
The Big Four broadcasters will all cede a portion of their primetime lineup to televise President Obama's State of the Union address Wednesday night. As for programming that bookends the speech…
The Starz premiere of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" Friday night was the best series debut in the net's history, although it didn't near the levels of top skeins at other pay cablers.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Weekend:$22.2M Disney
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Weekend:$15.7M Paramount Pictures
If I Stay
If I Stay3Weekend:$11.6M Warner Brothers / New Line