Jay Leno continues to round out his comedy crew.
The Paley Center for Media has set the lineup for its DocFest, with 10 films unspooling throughout October.
TV Guide Network has picked up the exclusive cable rights to Ashton Kutcher's "Punk'd."
Tedy Bruschi's retirement lasted all of one week.
Versus, in the midst of a bitter carriage fight with DirecTV, is forging ahead with its original programming.
Michaela Watkins and Casey Wilson are off "Saturday Night Live."
Adam Arkin and Henry Rollins add an unseemly but compelling element to "Sons of Anarchy."
Without Fox having the benefit of preseason football, CBS took home a weak Thursday in which every program, with the exception of "Big Brother," was in repeats and only three earned more than 2.0…
Susanne Smith McAvoy has been upped to senior VP of marketing for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel.
"Saturday Night Live" is upping its femme quotient by adding Jenny Slate and Nasim Pedrad as cast regulars.
MTV has greenlit "Teen Mom," a spinoff of the cabler's popular reality skein "16 and Pregnant."