NBC's Entertainment President Robert Greenblatt offered woebegone fans of NBC's Community a hint of hope, saying the show "is coming back, " in an interview with The Daily Beast.
Last night's Mad Men could be called an escalation episode. SCDP and CGC are in the process of merging, and things are closing in and constricting, even while the agency is expanding. Oh, and there are power struggles!
The hosts of a Dutch TV program left a bad taste in some viewers mouths when they cooked and ate human flesh on air last night.
The Federal Communications Commission is bound to get good reviews today after it voted to require cable operators and TV stations to keep TV commercials from being louder than the programs during which they air.
A fake "Zuccotti Park" camp built for an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU quickly became the target for the real Occupy Wall Street protesters who moved in to claim the tents as their own on Thursday night.
Word comes today that Pan Am, ABC's big, gaudy Mad Men of the skies, has been cut off at the knees. Please put your tray tables up, because this thing is coming in for a landing. So can we declare it once and for all now? Mad Men ripoffs just don't work.
MTV is airing a marathon of their surprise hit teen show. You should watch it!
Netflix may have reached a financial roadblock in its plan to win back respect and subscribers.
NBC hasn't even canceled NBC's Community and the show's loyal fans are freaking out on Twitter.
The FCC's emergency test this afternoon, which was supposed to take over all TVs and radios across America, didn't quite monopolize screens.
For all the talk about cord cutting and our magical future of Internet TV, in real life, television is very much still corded with no signs of being unfettered.
Barack Obama made his second visit as a sitting president to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about serious topics (Libya, Iraq, Osama bin Laden) and also goof on the Republican presidential candidates.
Plus: Sue Mengers, 78, died at her home, what Aaron Sorkin thought of 'Moneyball'
Plus: Diablo Cody's directorial debut gets a cast
A Twitter user helped save a team on The Amazing Race last night. Why doesn't this happen more often?
Plus: Madonna movie about Wallis Simpson was not well-received
Someone on a message board for al-Qaeda sympathizers had called for his tongue to be cut out
Webcams, Youtube, and Chatroulette are taking the place of cable's "adult" channels
In one version of the future of television, you never need to leave the Google ecosystem
Plus: Tom Brady basks in private equity
David Friedman is the show's fifth executive producer to leave in four years
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