NBC isn't leaving "Las Vegas" any time soon -- but James Caan and Nikki Cox are. Peacock has picked up the slots-and-sex sudser for a fifth season.
ABC has inked a deal with Jimmy Kimmel that will keep the comic as its latenight host through 2010, according to sources close to the talks.
Tuning In: A shocking thing happened last week: I wrote disapprovingly about Oprah Winfrey showcasing hucksters on her daytime show, and nothing happened.
Updated Gore Gains: Tucker Carlson says that, "In some sense, the presidency almost seems too small for Al Gore at this point." While James Carville predicted on Don Imus this morning that Gore would…
As much as media pundits are speculating that Al Gore will use his Oscar afterglow to make another White House bid, there are no indications that he plans to do so. That seems to be the consensus…
In New York: We dug so deep three months into our marriage...we had to dig really deep and that's what we'll do and what we're in the process of doing." This is Nicole Kidman, submitting to some…
He was the topic of conversation during the Oscars, afterwards at the Governors Ball and into the night at the Vanity Fair party. In the 60 years that I’ve been covering the Oscars, I’ve never seen…
L.A. Studios Inc., parent company of L.A. Studios and Margarita Mix, is shuffling its upper ranks ... again. Aric Ackerman has been tapped CEO, reporting to the board of directors.
More on Gore: He joked about it onstage at the Oscars on Sunday night, and once again reiterated it off stage, but Al Gore’s insistance that he does "not have plans" to run for President is met with…
At H-hour today, Academy president Sid Ganis was still promising that the show would not go "much over 3 1/2 hours." He reminded that there are 177 nominees, but extolled producer Laura Ziskin for a…