The NCAA men's basketball championship and the Final Four that precedes it will join the lineup of a cable network that boasts reruns of "The Big Bang Theory" and episodes of Tyler Perry comedies, in…
Americas Most Wanted
Saturday night is likely to remain the loneliest night of the week on TV despite some experimenting by major nets.
The outcome of the nighttime raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan is widely known: America's most wanted terrorist was taken down by a team of Navy SEALs.
Among its many accomplishments, the joke goes, "Cops" gave even the drunk and shirtless hope that they, too, could be on television.
Pic rivets for most of its running time by focusing on how one female CIA agent with a far-out hunch was instrumental in bringing down America's most wanted fugitive.
"America's Most Wanted" is staying on patrol with Lifetime.
In an exec shuffle among cablers, VH1 has hired Tom Huffman as its new VP of original programming while Lifetime has grabbed Noah Pollack from VH1.
John Walsh, creator of "America's Most Wanted," will receive the Governors Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
John Walsh -- not someone best known for comedy -- managed to evoke by far the biggest laughs during Monday's AFTRA Media and Entertainment Excellence Awards at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles.
In a case of the industry taking care of its own, the key clue that helped police crack the mystery behind the murder of a woman who spent her life in showbiz came through the enduring Fox reality…