President Barack Obama, the first sitting U.S. president to be a guest on a daytime TV talk show, joked that he appeared on The View because he wanted to go on a show his wife watches.
After seven seasons of churning out fashion challenges for aspiring designers, Project Runway producers are shaking things up. From a new 90-minute format to an initial twist, check out seven reason why you should watch Season 8 (premiering Thursday at 9/8c on Lifetime) — in the words of host/judge Heidi Klum.
Former ABC Entertainment Group president Stephen McPherson was being investigated for sexual harassment by the network when he abruptly exited the company Tuesday after six years, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Upon Steve McPherson returning to work from his vacation on Monday, he made a voluntary decision to resign and ABC accepted his resignation. It is not uncommon for high level executives to be the subject of...
Even William Shatner thinks calling his show Bleep My Dad Says is a bad idea.
"You know what I wish? I wish they'd call it 'Sh--,'" Shatner said of his upcoming CBS sitcom $#*! My Dad Says during Wednesday's fall TV previews. The network is referring to the show with the more family-friendly moniker "Bleep My Dad Says."
"The word sh-- is all around us," he continued.
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Hawaii Five-0 is not, we repeat, not a remake of the original series, the producers stressed at the Television Critics Association fall preview on Wednesday.
"For me, the word remake suggests we're doing exactly the same thing," said executive producer Alex Kurtzman. "What we felt like we really had to do was...
When the hosts of the forthcoming CBS daytime talk show The Talk were asked what they find most irritating about their spouses, Julie Chen, who is married to CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, played it like only someone who's uncharitably nicknamed The Chenbot would.
First, she explained, she only married Moonves because he was "the first person in my life who doesn't annoy me." (Aw, poor Harry Smith.)
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In its three years on the air, The Big Bang Theory has already survived the writers' strike and three timeslot changes. So how do the show's producers feel about leading off a new Thursday night comedy block this fall?
"It's almost like we're re-launching the show," co-creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre said at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews. "It feels like a do-over in a way."
CBS added just five new prime-time series to its fall lineup, but Big Bang's move after three seasons on Monday has been one of the most talked-about changes to the network's schedule. CBS made the decision to provide a solid lead-in to new fall comedy S#*! My Dad Says...