The most striking thing about the broadcast TV networks announcing their new fall schedules this past week was how little that actually meant.
BALTIMORE - Whether it's a Sunday night football game or the third Saturday in May at Pimlico, when NBC Sports floods the zone with members of its A-Team, the telecast is almost always a winner.
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
"The Voice" is leaving the judging drama to its rivals.
"We have the technology ..."
LOS ANGELES - Amazon hasn't yet announced which of the 14 pilots it released last month will be getting series orders, but there's already been one confirmed casualty: "Zombieland."
With viewers abandoning "American Idol" in flash mobs, the future of the former ratings juggernaut is wrapped in turmoil and Scotch-taped in uncertainty.
To find their Mr. Darcy, the Guthrie Theater in Minnesota has turned to a Mad Man.
Ratings for the "American Idol" finale plunged to a record low for the 12-year-old show.
Robin Williams is back. So is Michael J. Fox. And, with a new cast, "Ironside."
LOS ANGELES - "Scandal" revolves around a beautiful, law-breaking Washington power-fixer with killer instincts and a matching wardrobe. She's madly in love with the very flawed president of the United States, who, among other things, recently murdered a Supreme Court justice. And they're the good guys.
LOS ANGELES - If viewers are losing interest in broadcast TV, what can lure them back? Executives hope they have an answer: stars.
You might not be able to take the New Yorker out of Sarah Hyland, but the actress -- and now swimsuit model -- is happy to be parking herself at the beach.
IRWINDALE, Calif. - A loud screeching sound echoed across the oval racetrack as a driver burned rubber, revving the engine of a silver Mercedes-Benz and spinning the vehicle a full 360 degrees while kicking up a cloud of dust and smoke.
PORT ROYAL, S.C. - When Candice Glover was announced as the next American Idol on Thursday night, her six younger siblings didn't hold back.
When the producers of the Academy of Country Music's annual television special approached Tim McGraw about the 2013 edition, the country music star immediately flashed on the program's format.
Forget the DVR.
One is a little bit country. The other is a little bit R&B. Either country crooner Kree Harrison or vocal powerhouse Candice Glover will be revealed Thursday night as the 12th season champion of "American Idol."
That's a wrap! Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. lives on, but "The Office" has closed shop. The NBC workplace comedy, set at the fictional company's Scranton, Pa., branch, aired its finale Thursday to end an eight-year run.