Bill Hader is leaving "Saturday Night Live" after an eight-year run. His spokesman confirms that the 34-year-old comedian will depart "SNL" after this weekend's season finale.
This week, the streets of midtown Manhattan are again swarming with TV executives trying to woo ad buyers to their upcoming fall lineups with splashy presentations, star-packed cocktail parties and plentiful swag.
Fox, facing the ebbing ratings power of "American Idol," is betting big on its first miniseries showcase starting with a limited-edition "24," and shows from heavyweight producers Seth MacFarlane and J.J. Abrams to invigorate its schedule.
Barbara Walters said Monday that retirement from her epochal television career is near, but it's not happening right away.
Seth Meyers is moving from his "Weekend Update" desk to his own late night show on NBC.
As a child in Puerto Rico, Ismael Cruz was delighted by the colorful characters in "Sesame Street," who not only entertained and educated him, but helped him learn "inglés." He could not have imagined that two decades later he would be playing with them in front of the cameras.
ABC is planning a spinoff of its fairytale drama "Once Upon a Time" for next season as well as an action-adventure series based on the Marvel Comics universe. That show, "S.H.I.E.L.D.," comes from hit-maker Joss Whedon.
NBC pulled the plug Friday on Brian Williams' newsmagazine "Rock Center" after a short, troubled life in which it failed to find a consistent home on the network's prime-time schedule.
HBOs new half-hour comedy Family Tree is the freshest take on the single-camera mockumentary since Curb Your Enthusiasm.
"American Idol" finalist Angie Miller won't be tickling the ivories on this season's final showdown.
Randy Jackson, the lone remaining original "American Idol" judge, won't be returning to the Fox talent competition next season. "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest only hinted at Jackson's impending departure at the beginning of Thursday's elimination episode.
NBC's long-running "The Office" was a faux documentary about cubicle life. The Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. didn't exist.
A futuristic drama from producer-writer J.J. Abrams of "Lost" and the "Star Trek" movie franchise and a comedy with Andy Samberg of "Saturday Night Live" fame as a carefree police detective will be on Fox's new schedule, the network said.
Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann orchestrates a breakneck rave of machine-gun edits, swooping camera moves, lavish costumes, eccentric art direction and anachronistic soundtrack. But things slow down during the more satisfying second act, giving the characters and story a chance to breathe. The Great Gatsby becomes quite conventional, almost melodramatic, but it also becomes more human.
‘King of Queens’ actress builds on her comedy career with ‘Family Tools.’
The "bad boys" are on the move. The Saturday night television fixture "Cops" is leaving Fox after 25 years and will be shown on the Spike network.
Public TV station buys transfer of ownership from KTBG in Warrensburg. FCC approval is pending.
Eccentric and stoic after 19 years in solitary confinement, Daniel Holden has no option but to return to the hometown that demonized him for raping and killing a teenage girl. Rectify, the anticipated miniseries from Breaking Bads team of producers, is a work of fiction. But its premise has been stubbornly asserting itself in our cultural consciousness.