The 2013 New York Comedy Festival has roped in recent Emmy winners Stephen Colbert and the writing staff of his TV skein, “The Colbert Report,” for a panel event that will take place during the…
Not many things can unite Broadway and non-profit theaters with major league sports and mega-churches. But they're all part of the posse that has banded together for "Pardon the Interruption," a…
So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actresses in comedy.
NBC has renewed "Parks and Recreation" for a sixth season.
E! has canned Whitney Cummings' young weekly talkshow "Love You, Mean It."
NBC's "Whitney" opened its second season to soft numbers Wednesday, but it did fare a bit better than former timeslot occupant "Animal Practice," which only lasted a few weeks. As for bragging rights…
Femme hosts face a fight to get into latenight yakkers
If 1992 was the year of the woman in American politics, a decade later, the 2011-12 season was its made-for-TV equivalent.
NBC and Universal TV have recruited "Friends" alum Wil Calhoun as exec producer and showrunner of "Whitney."
Whitney Cummings is taking over more TV turf with a greenlight from E! for a weekly half-hour yakker to bow later this year.