An ensemble featuring Eamonn Walker ("Oz") and David Eigenberg ("Sex and the City") populates "Chicago Fire," a self-explanatory drama that will take the 10 p.m. Wednesday position for NBC this fall…
John Stamos, Seth MacFarlane Honor Fox’s Dana Walden, Gary Newman at Alliance for Children’s Rights Dinner
‘Eye in the Sky’ Stars Aaron Paul and Helen Mirren Debate Drone Warfare, Honor Alan Rickman
‘Miracles From Heaven’s’ Jennifer Garner Thinks Audiences Will Fall in Love With the Beam Family’s Strength
‘A Night at Sardi’s’ Closes With Jason Alexander, Eric McCormack, Steven Weber and a ‘Big Bang’
Producer J.J. Abrams Has ‘a Bigger Plan’ In Store for His ‘Cloverfield’ Films
Filled with TV names from the past including Anthony Anderson, Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Tempestt Bledsoe, “Guys with Kids” is a broad parenting comedy with Jimmy Fallon…
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"Weeds" vet(eran) Justin Kirk stars as an unorthodox New York vet(erinarian) in "Animal Practice," although frankly I don't know how orthodox any veterinarians are. Tyler Labine, Bobby Lee and Kym…
A world without power means a world without television, but NBC hopes that doesn't stop you from watching "Revolution" at 10 p.m. Mondays this fall after "The Voice." Giancarlo Esposito ("Breaking…
From "Nip/Tuck," "Glee" and "American Horror Story" exec producer Ryan Murphy comes this new comedy that will follow "Go On" in NBC's Tuesday 9 p.m. hour this fall. Andrew Rannels and Justin Bartha…
NBC is hoping a fall debut for "The Voice" and a comedy-heavy schedule can help turn around its primetime rating woes.
Matthew Perry, whose most recent series regular role was for ABC's Mr. Sunshine, makes another go of it as the star of new sitcom "Go On" for NBC, which also features "The Playboy Club" alumna Laura…
As a cub reporter, I had a chance to interview Dan Curtis, who was busy finishing the massive miniseries "War and Remembrance," a sequel to "Winds of War" whose cost had reportedly ballooned to more…
Writer-producer Stephen Lord, who penned multiple episodes of series including "Death Valley Days," "CHiPS" and "Fantasy Island" during a multi-decade career in television and also scripted several…
The Wall Street Journal's technology blog AllThings D is reporting that Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson will step down.
Banking on its bench strength, CBS is again going light on new series, giving greenlights Sunday to two comedies and four dramas for the 2012-13 season.
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