TBS has set the premiere date and lineup for its new weekly late-night series The Very Funny Show.
Hosted by former Saturday Night Live cast member Tim Meadows, the half-hour program features...
NBC is holding its annual "Green Week" Nov. 15-22.
Al Gore will make his second appearance in a green-centric story line on 30 Rock, where Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) must ask the T.G.S. staff to reduce its carbon footprint. Kenneth the page is put in charge of making sure the staff sticks to their goal.
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"These green episodes are a fun and entertaining way to raise environmental awareness," network executive Beth Colleton said. "We are also very committed to green production practices at NBC Universal."
She said they've published green production guides for TV and film hoping they will encourage a more eco-friendly industry.
NBC released this list of other "green" highlights:
The Vampire Diaries - Matt Davis
Matthew Davis arrived on the Atlanta set of The Vampire Diaries just two days after getting the gig, leaving him no time to read the books; so playing Alaric Saltzman, an enigmatic new teacher, wasn't that tough. Right off the bat, Alaric takes a shine to both Jeremy and his aunt, but it will be a while before his true passion is revealed. (Hint: Alaric has something in common with Buffy.) Davis tells TVGuide.com what Alaric is researching in Mystic Falls, when he'll interact with Stefan and Damon and why he hopes never to be called to the special-effects office.
Top Chef, Robin
Top Chef's Robin Leventhal wasn't exactly the most popular among her fellow cheftestants, and she has a theory about why. TVGuide.com chatted with the self-taught 43-year-old to find out what triggered her tears during judging, why she felt "victimized," and who she thought was the ring leader of chefs who "loved to hate" her.
Top Chef's Mike Isabella: I took offense to judges calling me cocky
TVGuide.com: Why did you get so emotional during judging?
Robin Leventhal: It was ...
Carrie Prejean, the former Miss California USA, threatened to walk off the Larry King Live set when King turned the focus of their interview toward the settlement of her lawsuit with the pageant.
During the interview, King asked Prejean why, if the issue of religious discrimination is so important to her, did she settle her suit with the pageant. (In the suit, Prejean asserted that she was dismissed from serving as Miss California USA because of her statements about gay marriage and other hot-button issues.)
Prejean did not answer King's question, instead repeating several times that the details of the settlement are confidential and calling King ...
A Taylor Swift-dominated Country Music Association Awards dominated the rest of its TV competition, according to early Nielsen estimates.
See photos of all the country stars on the red carpet
The 43rd Annual CMA Awards averaged 16.8 million viewers over its three-hour telecast and was the most-watched CMA Awards in four years. ABC also won every half-hour in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
Although CBS ran a distant second, the lack of ABC's comedy block helped boost sitcoms The New Adventures of Old Christine (7.6 million viewers) and Gary Unmarried (7.7 million viewers). Christine pulled ...