Expect to see more evil queens and disgruntled men on ABC.
The network announced full seasons of Happy Endings and freshman shows Once Upon a Time and Last Man Standing on Thursday. Five additional scripts for the '60s jet-setting period drama Pan Am have also been ordered.
Just as Season 2 of Downton Abbey reaches its conclusion in the U.K., Britain's ITV announced Thursday that it has commissioned a third season of eight episodes.
Bloodshed and bare bodies will return to Starz in January.
The network announced Thursday that the second season of its hit sword-and-sandal series, Spartacus: Vengeance, will premiere Friday, Jan. 27 at 10/9c.
In the world of Grimm, everyday crimes like breaking and entering can unlock some surprising dangers.
YouTube is expected to announce Friday that it has partnered with several big names to present TV-style channels that will feature professionally produced shows, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Although YouTube has been known to be a hub for amateur-produced fare such as wacky cat videos, makeup application tutorials, backyard stunts or personally recorded greetings, the video-sharing site is looking to branch out with programming that will compete with satellite and cable TV providers.
Bring on the Fly Girls! Fox and Keenen Ivory Wayans are teaming up to present two half-hour specials that will reboot its 1990s sketch comedy series, In Living Color, the network announced Friday.
Billie Piper's first child will soon have a new companion. The former Doctor Who star is pregnant again, the Daily Mail reports.
Lisa Ling, who currently hosts OWN's Our America documentary series, is getting into the comedy game.
Could Michael Jackson have accidentally killed himself?
Anesthesiologist Dr. Paul White testified for the defense Friday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray and claimed that the fatal dose of propofol that killed the King of Pop in June 2009 was most likely self-administered, TheWrap.com reports.
On the heels of its four-year streaming deal with Netflix, The CW has signed a five-year licensing agreement with Hulu for the right to stream current season episodes, the network announced Friday.
Beginning later this year, The CW's current fall shows -- Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, Nikita, Gossip Girl, Ringer, Hart of Dixie, 90210, The Secret Circle and America's Next Top Model -- will be available through the free, ad-supported Hulu and subscription-service Hulu Plus. Sorry, no love for the short-lived H8R.
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