New latenight talker “The Arsenio Hall Show” held up pretty well in its second night Tuesday, earning a competitive finish with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel in the young-adults demo. According to…
Until earlier this year, Viacom had used its own internally developed video player in apps for channels like MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. But in gearing up for TV Everywhere, to make more…
With the primetime heyday of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and "Deal or No Deal" now a syndicated memory on television lineups, broadcast and cable networks are facing new challenges when launching…
The TV world is about to get its hands on another YouTube star. Ray William Johnson, who toplines online comedy series “=3,” signed a script deal with FX Networks, according to The Hollywood…
NBC has tapped “Saturday Night Live” vet Seth Meyers to take over its “Late Night” franchise after Jimmy Fallon segues to the “Tonight Show” early next year. “SNL” chief Lorne Michaels will remain…
Comedy Central has set a handful of 2013 premiere dates for both new and returning series, as well as several stand-up specials.
Last year's most influential comedy players continue to make waves throughout the industry. Find out how the names featured in the 2011 Comedy Impact Report spent the last 12 months.
Now that the election is over, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert won't have Mitt Romney to beat up anymore.
Comedy Central's most-watched series, "Tosh.0," has received a fifth-season renewal.
Comedy Central will kick off a big fall push on Sept. 25 with new segs of "Tosh.0" and the bow of Daniel Tosh's toon series "Brickleberry."
A influx of male viewers has helped basic cable get off to a pretty good start this summer, even if no scripted series is setting the world on fire.