Paul Reubens, Judd Apatow
Pee-wee Herman's comeback continues, with a new film based on Paul Reubens' cult favorite character coming to theaters, Variety reports.
Judd Apatow (Knocked Up) is developing a new film featuring Pee-wee Herman focused on a road trip and a "gigantic adventure." Reubens is writing the script with...
After 25 years on the air, Larry King will step down from his nightly CNN show this fall, the TV anchor announced via Twitter Tuesday.
"I talked to the guys here at CNN and I told them I would like to end Larry King Live, the nightly show, this fall," King, 76, said in a statement on CNN.com. "CNN has graciously accepted, giving me more time for my wife and I to get to the kids...
Don't stop believing, Gleeks!
After the reported demise of Fox's planned Glee reality series, Oxygen has snagged the rights to air the project in 2011, Deadline.com reports.
The untitled project, set to debut next summer, will showcase...
Ali Fedotowsky, Justin Rego
Ali and the seven remaining bachelors continue their global adventures with a trip to Istanbul on this week's episode of The Bachelorette. However, the trip takes a dark turn when Ali, who has repeatedly turned a deaf ear to the other guys' warnings about Justin, finds out something out about the "Rated R" wrestler she can't ignore...
Last time on Entourage, the boys from Queens were finally moving out beyond the high-wattage shadow of Vince. Turtle got dumped by Jamie-Lynn Sigler as he began to look forward to starting his own business, Eric and Sloan were finally engaged and Drama scored a holding deal for his own TV series. Meanwhile, Ari bought back his old agency to add to his growing empire and Vince was continuing to enjoy the fruits of his labor with a nice vacation to Italy. However, things can't stay that stress-free for long and it's time to see how far the guys have, or have not, come since we last saw them.
As anyone who caught his national tour knows, Conan O'Brien is "legally prohibited from being funny on television." But his writers aren't.
O'Brien's longtime writers, as well as sidekick and Tonight Show announcer Andy Richter, will start ...
Robert Greenblatt, the president of Showtime, is expected to down after seven years, Variety reports.
David Nevins, who exited his post as president of Imagine TV on Thursday, is set to succeed Greenblatt, according to the trade paper. Nevins is an executive producer on series such as...