As five-year-old network The CW hits some growing pains, new president Mark Pedowitz has some work cut out for him.
"Some of the challenges are self-evident," Pedowitz tells TV Guide Magazine. "It's a crowded marketplace. And in our core demographic of women 18-34, we need to grow our audience both inside and outside that core."
Indeed, the network faces more competition than ever for its narrow target audience. Cable outlets like ABC Family and Oxygen are chasing ...
Cote de Pablo
NCIS' cast will stay intact come fall, as Cote de Pablo has just signed on the CBS drama for another two years, according to Deadline.com.
She reportedly will receive about $120,000 an episode, about the same as castmate Pauley Perrette, plus a sizable bonus...
In December, New Kids on the Block singer Donnie Wahlberg retweeted a link to his Twitter followers that may end up saving a life. The link was to a post on Abbie Vicknair's blog Love Can Do Anything called "Saving Bobbette — Donate Life" and was a call to action on behalf of Vicknair's friend Bobbette, who was in need of a kidney transplant...
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson
Jessica Simpson's wedding day is set; she's just not yet saying when. She apparently has plenty of time before the big day when she and former NFL player Eric Johnson will tie the knot, as she recently told UsMagazine.com that she's unsure of what she will wear. "I don't know if I want the big boom, or the curvy thing, but it will be something beautiful," she says...
Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley
With three episodes left and a full moon rising, The Vampire Diaries prepares to close its sophomore season by upping the stakes. Thursday's episode of the CW drama (at 8/7c) — titled "The Last Day" — is the precursor to the long-awaited ritual that may create a new race of vampire-werewolf hybrids, if Klaus (Joseph Morgan) is able to scrounge up the materials needed. And boy, will he stop at nothing to do so.
Check out six reasons why this week's episode should not be missed:
The Office, Steve Carell
On Thursday, viewers will say goodbye (and probably one or two final "that's what she saids") to Steve Carell as he prepares to exit The Office. But how did we get here? Since the first season, all Michael Scott has ever wanted was to get married and reproduce ("100 kids" so he would have "100 friends," to be exact), but there were times when most fans — and most of his co-workers — didn't think he'd have such a...