Comedy is king at CBS this fall, as the net aggressively targets Monday and Thursday with two new half-hours each.
CW alum Jennie Snyder Urman has sold a trio of projects to the CW and Fox under her overall deal with CBS TV Studios. At the CW, Urman has set up “Cross” and “Jane The Virgin.” A period drama set in…
NBC's "Smash" got off to a rough start in its second-season premiere Tuesday night, registering only a 1.1 rating/3 share in the 18-49 demo and 4.4 million viewers overall.
A special two-hour edition of NBC's "The Voice" boosted the Peacock to a primetime victory in the 18-49 demo Tuesday, while CBS totaled the most total viewers.
The first three-way network comedy showdown in years left some casualties behind on Tuesday night.
Watching medical residents behave like 10th graders grows tedious quickly, and the title character -- played by Mamie Gummer -- is forced to narrate her story, which, for youth-oriented dramas, has…
If 1992 was the year of the woman in American politics, a decade later, the 2011-12 season was its made-for-TV equivalent.
The CW, a net known to skew young, has begun skewing digital as it approaches fall season.
As played by Mamie Gummer, there's plenty to embrace about the former high school geek who graduated medical school and is now beginning a surgical internship at Denver Memorial Hospital in "Emily…
Deciding to crank out a slew of spec TV episodes with an old college roommate proved the catalyst for Jennie Snyder Urman.