Two basic cable channels posted strong quarterly ratings Tuesday, as Bravo marked its best three months ever and TV Land scored its best January-March period since 2006, according to the Nielsen Co.
Bravo averaged 970,000 total viewers and 611,000 among 18-to-49-year-olds in the last quarter, up 28 percent and 35 percent, respectively. It ranked as the No. 11 network in prime time.
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Bill Maher says Zach Galifianakis did not smoke pot on his show.
"If it was a real joint, Wolf, I would have smoked it," Maher told The Situation Room's Wolf Blitzer on Monday. "I think it was cloves or something,"
VIDEO: Zach Galifianakis lights up a joint on Real Time with Bill Maher
On Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher, the actor lit up a joint during their discussion of Proposition 19, a California ...
Wyclef Jean announced his candidacy for president of Haiti on Larry King Live Thursday.
His priorities include improving education and rebuilding the earthquake-ravaged country's infrastructure, as well as focusing on security, jobs and health care, he told Wolf Blitzer, who was filling in for the vacationing King on CNN.
Report: Wyclef Jean wants to run for president of Haiti
After various coups in his native land, he said he brings "a neutral situation, meaning that Wyclef Jean can...
Yesterday we shared the SNL video of Tina Fey's latest impression of Sarah Palin during her Katie Couric interview, but turns out your weren't the only one getting a kick out of the Saturday Night Live alum's spot-on impression. Even CNN's Wolf Blitzer couldn't hold back, doing a side-by-side comparison of Fey's spoof and what was said by Palin's interview, stating he's never actually heard the late-night staple actually use "exactly what was said" in their parodies. The governor may have had a rough week in the political arena, but she's ratings gold for SNL.
Oh, how Comedy Central loves to skewer the media. After finding success parodying national news reporting on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, the new series Dog Bites Man (premiering tonight at 10:30 pm/ET) takes local news to task. Produced by Da Ali G Show's Dan Mazer, the show is a half-scripted, half-improv concoction that follows a f