Bradley Whitford is returning to his dramatic roots for a guest spot on Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned.
The West Wing alum, who currently stars on...
The morning show wars may soon be heading to Lifetime. The cable network is looking at adapting Top of the Morning, based on the book of the same name by former New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, into a two-hour TV movie.
The book follows the cutthroat world of morning TV, where ABC's Good Morning America has recently surged while NBC's Today has stumbles in the wake of several missteps — in particular, the messy departure of co-anchor Ann Curry. Also likely to be addressed: GMA anchor Robin Roberts' battle with cancer and triumphant return to the show.
Ann Curry became the first Western journalist to interview Iranian President Hassan Rouhani since he was elected earlier this year.
Matt Lauer and Ann Curry
After months of enduring criticism, Matt Lauer now says the media is to blame for mishandling Ann Curry's exit from Today.
In the new issue of Esquire, Lauer completed a profile of what he's learned...
Adam Levine, Shakira, Usher, Blake Shelton
NBC will replace a recap episode of The Voice's top 10 performances Tuesday night with a live special on the Oklahoma tornado, which killed at least 24 people Monday. The special, hosted by Brian Williams, will air on NBC, MSNBC and The Weather Channel at 8/7c.
Brian Stelter (inset); Ann Curry
Why was Ann Curry fired? Was it at Matt Lauer's behest? Or due to Today's struggling ratings perhaps? According to New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, it was far more simple than that: Curry, frankly, "wasn't good at the job."
Matt Lauer, Jay Leno
Matt Lauer is staying positive in the midst of all the controversy surrounding Today.
"It's been an interesting year, no question about it," he told Jay Leno on The Tonight Show Thursday.
A new book reveals that Ann Curry told friends her final months at the Today show were "professional torture."
There was "a general sense of meanness" on the set of the morning show, New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter writes in his book, Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, which is excerpted in New York Times Magazine.
Matt Lauer is taking all the recent reports and jabs at his character in stride.
The Today host — who has been getting bashed in the press, including rumors that Anderson Cooper may replace him — decided to poke fun at himself while...
Despite what you may have read, not everybody hates Matt Lauer.
So says Today executive producer Don Nash, who recently sat in on a focus group of female morning-show viewers. When they were asked what would make them stop watching the NBC program, "every one of them said, 'If Matt Lauer were to leave,'" Nash says. "Their opinions didn't square with what we had been reading in the papers and on websites."