The producers of The Event, perhaps having learned a lesson from the demise of FlashForward, promised that the second episode would provide lots of answers for the fans. And they weren't lying! In this hour, we learn where the plane went, who made it disappear, why Michael was flying that plane, how the detainees of Inastranka came to be here and who among their ranks is free and living in our world. But were they enough to keep viewers coming back? Here's a look at the answers we got:
Steve Burke will replace outgoing NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker once he steps aside, Comcast and General Electric announced Sunday.
Burke, the chief operating officer at Comcast, was widely expected to fill the role. Zucker announced Friday that he was asked to leave his post once Comcast's acquisition of 51 percent of NBC Universal was complete. The deal is expected to close by year's end...
Katy Perry on SNL
Saturday Night Live kicked off its 36th season with a bevy of guest stars and sendups of recent headline maker Christine O'Donnell and musical guest Katy Perry.
The premiere, hosted by former cast member and Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler, began with a cold opening that mocked Delaware Senate hopeful O'Donnell's past statements, including speaking out against masturbation. The sketch also poked fun at O'Donnell's comments about witchcraft by having her put on a witch's hat and fly out of the scene on a broom...
NBC's newest workplace sitcom, Outsourced, and CBS' Twitter-inspired comedy, S#*! My Dad Says, debuted Thursday, along with ABC's new documentary-style drama My Generation. We want to know what you thought of them — and what you think of...
In less than a year, Steve Carell will tape his last episode as the incorrigible and unflappable Michael Scott, leaving Dundler Mifflin without the world's worst boss and The Office minus its leading man.
But you wouldn't know that from talking to executive producer and co-star Paul Lieberstein.
"Oddly enough, it's been...
Terry O’Quinn, Michael Emerson
There's no returning to Lost's mysterious island, but this isn't the end for the partnership of Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson.
NBC has just picked up a new pilot from...
Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay
On the fourth episode of Law & Order: SVU, a flood will render the show's 16th Precinct all but unusable — hence the title of the fifth episode: "Wet." While they wait for their new, drier digs to be ready, Benson and Stabler will work out of a mobile command center, which will be parked on the streets of New York. Associate producer Mike Ciliento gives us a tour of the cozy new space.
The Biggest Loser is back. Can you believe the show is already in its 10th season? This installment is all about "paying it forward," and the first episode features, as host Alison Sweeney puts it, a cast of a thousand. So put the ice cream down, pull out the dumbbells and let's get to recapping.