USA Network's "White Collar" returned for the second half of its fourth season Tuesday, down from the season premiere.
HBO's third-season renewal for "Girls" is another indication of how much the pay cabler's brass believes both in Lena Dunham's future and the series itself.
A network chief, a sports stalwart and a veteran producer are among those to be inducted into this year's class of the TV Academy Hall of Fame.
Comedy Central is giving programming topper Kent Alterman a new title and added responsibility in the digital realm.
Fox ordered four drama pilots Tuesday, including a modern-day take on the "Sleepy Hollow" fairytale.
The second night of OWN's interview with Lance Armstrong drew 1.8 million for its first airing Friday night and 2.4 million over two showings.
Drivers stuck in rush-hour traffic will have a little more humor to help get them to and from work.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" had an impressive first week in its new 11:35 p.m. timeslot, attracting its biggest audience in the show's history since launching in 2003.
New FX comedy "Legit" got off to a tough start Thursday night in its 10:30 p.m. timeslot, drawing an overall audience of only 650,000 and losing about 1 million viewers from lead-in "Archer."
Lance Armstrong's confession to Oprah Winfrey drew 3.1 million viewers on its first telecast Thursday night on OWN, below what might have been expected considering the gravitas of the interview.
NBC ordered three singlecam comedy pilots Friday from Universal Television, including a pair from producers Will Ferrell and Greg Daniels.