With Ben Silverman having left the network, NBC can now shift away from damage control and speculation to fully concentrate on mining hits, a commodity that has eluded the network for three years.
Like many of the characters on its shows, the CW is still working to carve out its own identity.
"The Biggest Loser" has now become the centerpiece of NBC's reality lineup.
The team's shows, like their own pro trajectory, tend to chronicle dreamy transformation.
CEO Eric Schotz spearheads Leave My Name Off Prods.' massive programming slate.
Ryan Seacrest has proven he and reality television are a match made in entertainment heaven.
Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, where Kanye West set off a firestorm of criticism by jumping onstage to interrupt an acceptance speech by Taylor Swift, was seen by 8.97 million viewers.
'Hell's Kitchen' creators credit their ratings success to sometimes saying no.
Van Munster, creator-exec producer of CBS' "The Amazing Race," has kept the real in reality TV.
Zalaznick has turned net's unscripted slate into can't-miss TV for an upscale, educated crowd.
The first weekend of the NFL dominated the Sunday primetime landscape as NBC's Bears vs. Packers matchup was the highest-rated show and, combined with the pregame "Football Night in America," was…