Michael Schneider has been named executive editor of Indiewire, where he will oversee television coverage in Los Angeles. Schneider, who was formerly TV editor for Variety and chief content officer…
Insiders were confirming late Thursday that Leno had been offered -- and had accepted -- a return to the 11:35 p.m. time slot, where the host dominated the late night wars for nearly 15 years.
Microsoft has yanked its sponsorship from Fox's upcoming Seth MacFarlane comedy/variety special over content concerns.
In another case of an animated primetime series resurrected from the dead, 20th Century Fox TV plans to produce 26 new episodes of "Futurama."
Ian Somerhalder, who played Boone on ABC's hit "Lost," has joined the cast of the CW's drama pilot "Vampire Diaries."
Jay Leno won't be departing NBC after all. The network is prepped to announce Tuesday that the "Tonight Show" host will take over the 10 p.m. weeknight slot starting next fall.
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