The first season aired on MTV before moving to Spike, which rebrands this week as Paramount Network. read more
Bryan Cranston is winning raves as wild-eyed anchorman Howard Beale in the stage adaptation of “Network” at London’s National Theatre. The “Breaking Bad” star was a major box-office draw in Broadway’s 2014 “All the Way,” so it’s no surprise that plans are afoot to bring “Network” to New York. But Cranston may need a little…
Elizabeth Vargas will be giving her final sign off from ABC News after 22 years on the network.
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The network suspended on-air talent Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans while it investigated claims made by a former employee in a lawsuit. read more
Three NFL Network analysts have been suspended after Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist at the network, filed a complaint against NFL Enterprises alleging sexual harassment by several men while she was employed with the company. NFL Network confirmed the suspension in a statement to Bloomberg. The suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, names […]
The 200th episode will see the Titans forced to write the show themselves.
For more than 20 years, young women at Pixar Animation Studios have been warned about the behavior of John Lasseter, who just disclosed that he is taking a leave due to inappropriate conduct with women. The company’s co-founder is known as a hugger. Around Pixar’s Emeryville, Calif., offices, a hug from Lasseter is seen as […]
David Gordon Green will direct and executive produce the pilot, which is based on the Philipp Meyer book of the same name. read more
Damnation Tuesday, 10 p.m., USA USA Network is trading in its trademark skylines, business suits and boardrooms for farmland, bullets and blood. The cable channel’s new drama, “Damnation,” is a story of rich versus poor set in 1930s Iowa, with a dusty, Wild West feel. The network’s sharp-left-turn away from modern, urbancentric series such as…
CHICAGO — Barbara Blaine, the founder and former president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, has died. The organization known as SNAP announced on its Facebook page that Blaine died Sunday following a recent cardiac event. She was 61. In a statement, SNAP managing director Barbara Dorris praised Blaine’s work with victims […]
TV insiders open up about the show they wish was theirs, the Emmy category they’d create and the job they’d have if they weren’t working in Hollywood: “POTUS — it doesn’t seem that hard.”
Spike exec vp programming Tom Zappala will exit as TV Land’s Karen Cummins, Scott Gregory and Deva Newman add Paramount Network to their titles. read more
“The show grew up,” director and star Patrick J. Adams tells THR. read more
Vince McMahon’s pro wrestling organization signed a deal with PPTV to offer a subscription video-on-demand service including all live pay-per-view events. read more
In the USA Network’s new series “The Sinner,” Jessica Biel plays a successful businesswoman and mother. She works with her husband, Mason (Christopher Abbot), and they seem to get along fine. At home, his sexual advances are met with mixed signals. Later, on a day trip to the beach with the family, Cora swims out […]
Get ready to wallow in TV nostalgia this summer.
TV networks took the ax to a hefty amount of shows this week, including both newcomers and seasoned shows. Fans of the cancelled shows took to Twitter to share their heartbreak. Others rejoiced in the removal of their less-than-favorite shows. If you’re reading this on a mobile device, <a href="https://storify.
With his NBC breakout now broadcast’s best shot at cracking the Emmy drama category long dominated by cable and streamers, the ’80s child (and self-professed fan of shows from ‘Wonder Years’ to ‘Diff’rent Strokes’) celebrates entertainment’s last wide net. read more