Tosh.0 has been renewed for three more seasons, Comedy Central announced Tuesday.
Hosted by Daniel Tosh, the weekly topical series is...
The zombie apocalypse has upended the entire TV business. AMC's The Walking Dead is now the No. 1 entertainment series on TV among adults 18-49 — a landmark accomplishment for a cable show, particularly in the fall.
The first three episodes of The Walking Dead's Season 3 have attracted at least 6.5 million viewers in that key advertiser demographic, beating everything else on TV — even mainstream hits like Modern Family and The Big Bang Theory.
Tosh.0 has been renewed for a 30-episode fifth season, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
Hosted by Daniel Tosh, Tosh.0 has become the network's highest-rated series, averaging 3.7 million viewers.
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For the first time since Glee debuted, the Fox series will not be heading to Comic-Con this summer.
Glee's Ryan Murphy talks "re-energized" Season 4, reveals more Glee Project mentors
Twentieth Century Fox released their Comic-Con lineup Friday, and the Ryan Murphy musical series was...
Fist pumps still rule! Jersey Shore was the year's most-watched prime-time series on basic cable.
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Continuing a weeklong series of new-season analysis and previews, here's my take on how I see the new Tuesday lineups playing out.
Tuesday in a Nutshell: The no-brainer: CBS will continue to rule with its NCIS-NCIS: LA combo, and the new procedural-with-a-twist Unforgettable should fit right in, possibly putting a dent in ABC's midseason surprise Body of Proof, which roughly targets the same audience for female-driven crime dramas. Fox should make significant inroads with the younger demos, especially if Glee gets back its groove in this transitional graduation season (for some characters, anyway). The delightful New Girl deserves to break out, and may bolster the fortunes of my favorite comedy from last season, Raising Hope. On NBC, The Biggest Loser provides stability if not much excitement ...
Comedy Central will just have to continue its search for another successful satirical news program; both Sports Show with Norm Macdonald and Onion SportsDome have been canceled, Deadline.com reports.
Tosh.0 renewed for fourth season — bring on more Rebecca Black!
Both series debuted to low numbers, with...
Comedy Central is infecting its airwaves with viral videos for another season.
The cable network has renewed its web-centric show Tosh.0 for a 26-episode fourth season to debut in January 2012, it was announced Tuesday. Tosh.0 is Comedy Central's most-watched and highest-rated series, averaging 4.2 million viewers in its current third season. In its 10/9c Tuesday-night time slot, it's also tops among Men 18-34 and 18-24.
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Our top moments of the week:
11. Worst Call for Help: On the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa goes over to Jacqueline's house for help writing a letter to Teresa's brother, Joe. Unfortunately, pretty much all of Jacqueline's advice falls on deaf ears, as Teresa tells her, "You really don't know ... it's between me and my brother," and then proceeds to overstay her welcome by a few hours. Don't you have your own McMansion for this sort of thing?
10. Worst Plagiarism: During Platinum Hit's song hook challenge (its version of a Top Chef quickfire), Nevin whips up a...
The Defenders (Friday, 8/7c, CBS)
One week before she begins a limited run on Broadway — and let's hope HBO or somebody records THAT show! — the irrepressible Kathy Griffin goes to Las Vegas in a guest shot on this struggling courtroom drama. She is cast to type as a brash insult comic sued for offending one of her audience victims (What, Joan Rivers was busy?) In the subplot, the son of a hotel owner turns to buddy lawyers Nick and Pete for help after he wakes up to find a casino host strangled in a hot tub. What are the odds he's guilty? ...