Cartoon Network has greenlit two series and picked up additional episodes of a third.
Lifetime has set an Oct. 5 launch date for "Sherri."
Voters haven't awarded back-to-back statues for drama series since "The West Wing" took a pair in 2002-03, so it's obvious the Acad doesn't like any series to get too full of itself.
The Paley Center for Media has begun to line up panelists for its weeklong presentation of new network shows.
Sabato's acting has improved since his days on "General Hospital."
Dane Cook, Andy Samberg and Artie Lange have been added to the lineup of the New York Comedy Festival.
Joan Rivers' appeal may have dipped following her "Celebrity Apprentice" win.
Gabrielle Union is set to co-star and exec produce upcoming Lifetime movie "The Vow."
"Burn Notice" ended the first half of its third season run on fire, with the USA Network skein's Thursday night episode drawing the most viewers for any telecast in the history of the cabler.
Peter Tolan may not be working for NBC anytime soon.
FX president John Landgraf applauds the TV Academy for choosing "Damages" as an Emmy nominee, but he'd probably be happier if Nielsen noticed, too.