Topic: TV Comedies
Hank Williams Jr., in a new song, says Fox twisted his words. Last week, ESPN fired Hank Williams Jr. for likening Obama to Hitler.
10/11/2011 01:25 pm
Fox reveals that even if they can come to an agreement with the voice actors, the network only wants one more season.
10/07/2011 03:06 pm
The Simpsons is the longest-running comedy series on US television, but due to a pay dispute Fox may be unable to afford to keep it on air.
10/07/2011 01:45 am
'Arrested Development' season four coming in 2013. Showtime and Netflix are in talks to distribute.
10/03/2011 03:18 pm
In Pictures Ron Paul: populist for president
"Dancing with the Stars," now in its 13th season on ABC, offers its celebrity contenders a huge amount of exposure – but not much of a career boost. Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis, bounced Tuesday in the second round, is likely to go back to her preshow level of popularity, as have most of the 160 "Dancing With the Stars" contestants. But a few have bucked the trend. Using the show's extraordinary exposure – this year's premiere netted 18.6 million viewers, nearly six times the highest ratings that DWTS contestant Nancy Grace ever got on her eponymous HLN show and more than double what DWTS competitor and US soccer goalie Hope Solo got in the Women’s World Cup final this summer – these five contestants have seen their careers take off. Can you guess who was tops?
09/28/2011 12:33 pm
Jon Stewart urged Ron Paul to become a typical Washington politician during last night’s “Daily Show,” telling the presidential hopeful to flip-flop on more issues. Or gain weight to look more like Gov. Chris Christie.
09/27/2011 02:30 pm
In past appearances on the 'Daily Show,' Ron Paul has made comments to Jon Stewart that would have gotten other candidates in trouble. Will he push the boundaries again tonight?
09/26/2011 01:44 pm
‘Whitney’ may very well be the most heavily promoted show in the new fall season, but does it deserve a spot in NBC’s coveted Thursday night comedy block?
09/23/2011 04:00 pm
In July, NBC announced it had signed James Spader as a full-time cast member. He reprises his guest role as manipulative Robert California.
09/23/2011 11:02 am