TBS has renewed its competition series "King of the Nerds” for season three, the network announced Monday. Hosts Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong will return and also serve as executive…
King of the Nerds
Corie Henson has been named exec vice prez of unscripted TV at Electus, the entertainment studio formed by Ben Silverman. She will report to Electus CEO Chris Grant. Henson joins Electus from ABC…
How much of a boost did Jane Lynch give to the box office at the revival of "Annie" on Broadway? About $175,000 a week, to judge from last week's Rialto B.O. charts. "Glee" star Lynch, who played the…
Two Discovery networks trot out new shows this week, each with marketable titles: “The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius” on flagship Discovery; and “Karma's a B*tch!” on the always-cheeky Investigation…
Broadway box office slipped last week compared to the prior sesh's President's Day sales surge. But with two new titles joining the lineup and the potential for one tuner to become a new regular…
"King of the Nerds" will have a second season on TBS. The Atlanta-based cabler has ordered eight episodes of the reality series, with a return set for some time in 2014. First season wraps March 7…
USA Network's "Suits" returned strong for its second season midseason bow Thursday, drawing 3.6 million viewers in its 10 p.m. timeslot.
Even the inspired casting of Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong as hosts can't make this more than a bored game of groans.
Turner Broadcasting hopes to shape the future of TNT not only with a slew of fresh series but also with a new approach to scheduling.
There's no prom at Comic-Con, but if there was, Chris Hardwick could be crowned king.