Elaine Laron, a TV writer and lyricist who worked on “Captain Kangaroo,” “The Electric Company” and “Free To Be You And Me,” died June 6 in Los Angeles of pneumonia. She was 83. Born in the Bronx in…
TV writers aren't known for their sunny dispositions and optimism. Indeed, read the vanity-card messages from Chuck Lorre — who's producing four shows for CBS next season — and even he sounds glum…
Alan Perris, chief operating officer of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, will retire at the end of the year after logging eight years with the Academy and its Foundation. Perris announced…
A startling new report conducted by the U.S. Dept. of Education revealed that the growing trend of binge TV watching has surpassed binge drinking as the leading cause of death of among college…
The HBO star, who will receive the Variety TV Impact Award at the Banff World Media Festival, reflects on her dynamic career.
NBC cruised to victory in key demos on the first Tuesday of June behind "The Voice" and the return of "America's Got Talent," though the latter had its lowest-rated premiere to date in young adults.
NBC has released several clips of upcoming series to debut this fall, including "The Michael J. Fox Show," James Spader-starrer "The Blacklist" and "Dracula."
Despite facing intense competition from the finales of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and History’s “The Bible” — which combined likely drew about 25 million viewers — HBO’s “Game of Thrones” drew a record…
As opposed to doling out unsolicited advice, it's often much easier for columnists to sit back waiting for newsmakers to lay eggs – golden or otherwise – and then scramble or praise them accordingly…
The numbing sameness of Comedy Central’s snide sketch comedy and politically incorrect tomfoolery isn’t usually helped by rolling them out two at a time, but the channel has done just that with new…