A publishing comedy is bound for CBS: The network has green-lit a pilot for multicamera sitcom Open Books from Will & Grace scribe Gail Lerner.
Inspired by Lerner's years as a publishing temp and her literary agent sister, Books will be a relationship-driven series focused ...
Fox has committed to a pilot for the political drama Worthy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Written by In Treatment's Davey Holmes, Worthy follows an Arizona politician who is involved in a hit-and-run accident and gets blackmailed by the mob. The concept ...
Mad Men has been renewed for a fourth season, AMC announced Tuesday.
The pickup for the cabler's flagship series comes three weeks after the Emmy-winning and buzzed-about series' third-season premiere opened to 4.5 million viewers — a number that factors in encore presentations.
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"We always saw the potential for Mad Men, and believed in and supported the series because of our strategy of developing cinematic television that complements our library of the most entertaining movies, from every ...
What happens in Vegas will soon be Paula Abdul.
The former American Idol judge is working out the kinks for her own show in Las Vegas, she tells Access Hollywood.
"That will be more... really announced later, when everything's worked [out]," she says...
Chris Brown says he still loves Rihanna after an incident six months ago that left her bloodied and bruised.
"When I look at it now, it's just like, wow, like, I can't — I can't believe that — that actually happened," Brown said on Larry King Live in his first television interview, set to air Wednesday.
Though early reports of the King interview indicated that Brown said he didn't remember the incident, the singer issued a detailed statement to People.com, in which he says that he misspoke in the 30-second clip that CNN released, which he says is not representative of the one-hour segment.
"Of course I remember...
John McEnroe is being serious when he says he thinks someone not named Roger Federer will hoist the 2009 U.S. Open trophy. The seven-time Grand Slam winner, who will call the tournament for ESPN2, is looking to a pair of Andys — Roddick and Murray — to dethrone the five-time defending champion. "I think Roddick can beat [Federer]," he tells TVGuide.com. "If he won the second set [at Wimbledon], I think he would've won it. He seems to be fit as he's ever been." Get more of McEnroe's thoughts on the final major of the year below. Plus: What doesn't he want to talk about?
What's one to do when contemplating retirement? If you're Chuck Liddell, you go Dancing with the Stars. "I thought it would be a good experience and a good chance for people to see what fighters are like outside the ring," the former Ultimate Fighting Champion tells TVGuide.com. So what are they like outside the ring and on the dance floor? See what Liddell says and find out why he thinks he'll be sticking around Dancing for a bit.
It was a time for firsts at the 36th Daytime Emmy Awards: The Bold and the Beautiful won its first Outstanding Drama Series statuette in four tries, while the ladies of The View finally won talk show host after 12 nominations.
None of the ladies — Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd — made the trek to Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre to collect their trophies. Their win prevented Ellen DeGeneres from achieving a five-peat in the category. DeGeneres also lost the talk show entertainment trophy for the second year in a row to Rachael Ray.
The Tyra Banks Show repeated ...