A day after the judge presiding over the "Will & Grace" profits trial hinted that the outcome didn't look good for NBC, the two sides announced that they have settled out of court.
The FCC is determined to protect children from TV violence, but it's apparently OK with exposing kids to possibly the worst kind of TV violence there is.
Though most studios have cleared far out of the path of "Spider-Man 3," there will be a bit of counterprogramming available for non-Spidey fans.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Who says all good fads must come to an end? When they came to the U.S. from Japan 10 years ago, "Pokemon" videogames and trading cards literally swept the nation.
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The network known for its solid, stable schedule is now looking to add another "s"-word to its programming vocabulary: sexy. Poised to finish a fifth consecutive season as TV's most-watched net, CBS…
NPR has named former MSNBC anchor Alison Stewart and NPR reporter Luke Burbank as co-hosts of a planned drivetime radio show targeted at younger listeners.