TV News Archive

  • Teresa Giudice Keeps Joe Giudice Waiting for Prison Visit, Too Busy Doing Her Hair

    Joe Giudice has opened up for the first time about Teresa Giudice's life behind bars, and the TV star isn't letting her beauty regimen slip!

    Us Weekly
  • Clarkson show goes on without 'Top Gear' label

    Britain's Jeremy Clarkson will continue to appear on an international tour of live auto shows despite being dropped as the presenter of hit series "Top Gear", the BBC said on Tuesday. The stage shows with Clarkson and his former "Top Gear" co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May were planned…

    AFP Relax News
  • What to Watch Tonight: Arrow, Supernatural, and The Americans

    What to watch on Wednesday, April 1... 8pm, The CW Arrow An attack on the mayor's office leaves Ray badly wounded, prompting a supportive visit from Felicity's mom in "Public Enemy." As Team Arrow searches for the assailant, Ra's al Ghul compounds their troubles by abducting Quentin. 8pm, ABC The…
  • How to Take the Ultimate ‘Game of Thrones’ Vacation

    Fortunately, we Game of Thrones fans can travel just like our favorite characters from the show — and, unlike them, have fun doing it.

    Yahoo Travel
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    Watch a Sneak Peek of Community Episode 5

    Virtual inmates get sentenced to Greendale and Britta throws a "no-rules" party in this trailer for the fifth episode of Community season six.

    Community Original Clips
  • Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Legends & Lies’ Debuting April 12 On Fox News Channel

    Dermot Mulroney will be doing the voice-overs for Fox News Channel’s first crack at what it’s calling a “run of historical episodic specials,” Legends & Lies: Into The West. The 10 hour-long episodes will recount stories of well-known characters of this country’s Western expansion in the 19th…

  • Metal detectors coming to Dodger Stadium this season

    Metal detectors are coming to Dodger Stadium starting with the Freeway Series finale against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday. The procedures were used periodically at certain Dodger Stadium gates last season, and now all 30 major league teams will use them. The Dodgers say their staff will try…

    The Associated Press
  • Trevor Noah, Comedy Central defend past jokes after backlash

    Trevor Noah, the newly announced successor to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's late-night news parody "The Daily Show," defended himself against a backlash arising from past comments he made about Jews and women. "To reduce my views to a handful of jokes that didn’t land is not a true reflection of…

  • Charter nabs Bright House in latest pay-TV deal

    NEW YORK (AP) — Charter buying Bright House for $10.4 billion is the latest big deal in the pay-TV industry.

    Associated Press
  • Mysteries of Laura: Police Academy's Steve Guttenberg to the Rescue?

    Filmdom’s erstwhile Sgt. Carey Mahoney just might save the day during a May sweeps episode of The Mysteries of Laura. TVLine has learned that Police Academy alum Steve Guttenberg will guest-star on the May 13 episode of NBC’s freshman cop drama as… himself. As the episode unfolds, the funnyman will…
  • Bloodline Renewed for Season 2

    Netflix clearly has not had its fill of Rayburn family drama: The streaming giant has renewed Bloodline for a second season, TVLine has learned. Bloodline, which released its entire 13-episode first season on March 20, stars Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights) as a Florida detective whose seedy…
  • NBC's next live musical will be The Wiz, produced by Cirque du Soleil

    NBC has officially made its live musical event an annual tradition — and there's an interesting twist this year. After staying on solid ground for 2013's Sound of Music Live and flying gracefully for 2014's Peter Pan Live, this year's holiday event will be a version of The Wiz produced by acrobatic…

    The Verge
  • Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central Roast Scores 4.4 Million Viewers

    Comedy Central has officially had the last laugh, as its “Roast of Justin Bieber” pulled in a big 4.4 million viewers on Monday. Adding in a second telecast, that number rose to 5.8 million. An additional 420,000 people “live”-streamed it — a roast record.

    The Wrap
  • Barbara Walters returns to TV on ID's 'American Scandal'

    Barbara Walters’ famous chats with the infamous have found a home on cable network Investigation Discovery.

    Los Angeles Times
  • 'The Flash': Actor Talks Shocker!

    There are still weeks to go before the finale, but "The Flash" just delivered up more end-of-season-worthy shockers. Joe West stopping the original Trickster (Mark Hamill) and his (surprise!) son (Mark's character even said in the episode, "I am your father," in a very "Star Wars"-esque moment)…

    Access Hollywood
  • FX renews The Americans, the best show on TV, for a fourth season

    FX has renewed The Americans for a fourth season of 13 episodes, it announced today. The renewal isn't exactly a surprise — at the January Television Critics Association winter press tour, FX president John Landgraf said he figured the show would run for five seasons on the network. The Americans…
  • TVLine Items: Marvel's Luke Cage Gets Boss, Devious New Night and More

    Luke Cage, it’s time to meet your maker. Cheo Hodari Coker (NCIS: LA, Southland) will serve as executive producer and showrunner of Netflix’s upcoming series Marvel’s Luke Cage, the streaming service announced Tuesday. Coker, whose recent credits also include Ray Donovan and Almost Human, will…
  • Charlotte Ross On Her Warm Arrow Welcome ('I've Never Seen Anything Like It'), Helping Felicity Choose

    In case you haven’t been anywhere near the Internet for the past 10 weeks: Charlotte Ross is making an encore as Arrow‘s Donna Smoak, in the episode of the CW hit airing this Wednesday at 8/7c. To say that the NYPD Blue alumna was welcomed the first time around with open arms — shedding as
  • Hot on TV: Zombies, basketball, Jesus

    NEW YORK (AP) — Zombies, basketball and Jesus Christ have been hot television properties during the past week.

    Associated Press