North Dakota news anchor A.J. Clemente had a rough first day on Sunday evening when his first live on-air words were “f**king s**t.”
Fox hasn’t officially canceled “The Cleveland Show,” but it has not yet ordered additional episodes, a person familiar with the situation told TheWrap.
By Jethro Nededog LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Wanda Sykes is living up to her reputation for keeping it real. The comedian and actress has signed a first look deal for unscripted projects with NBC/Universal Television's alternative studio, a rep confirms to TheWrap. The comedian and Page Hurwitz's Push It Productions will develop and produce the […]
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Bravo is mining for gold (or is it gold diggers) in Long Island. The cable network has just announced that its new series, "Princesses: Long Island," will debut on Sunday, June 2, at 9 PT. As you can imagine, it takes place on the New York island and follows six members […]
Starz is showing a lot of confidence in its new period drama. On Wednesday, the cable channel announced that it has greenlit a second season of "Da Vinci's Demons" after last Friday's debut episode scored more than 2.14 million viewers.
Andy Cohen has definitely made the best of his programming executive level job at Bravo Media. Aside from becoming the face of the network and hosting its popular late night show, “Watch What Happens Live,” he was instrumental in developing and producing the network’s flagship “Real Housewives” franchise.
The Esquire Network won't be launching as soon as expected. The NBCUniversal rebrand of the G4 Network, which was due to kick off April 22, will now launch in the summer, in order to add more programs to its roster.
Frank Bank, who played Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford on the classic TV comedy "Leave It to Beaver," died Saturday of undisclosed causes, People magazine reports. Bank turned 71 on Friday.
AMC is adding a third night of original programming each week by announcing a Saturday premiere date for the Western "Hell on Wheels." The third season of "Hell on Wheels" will premiere Saturday, Aug. 3, and will anchor Saturdays devoted to Westerns.
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - Ken Marino is the public face of "Burning Love," the hit comedy series that began on Yahoo and has since been picked up by E! for a run on TV. Marino is both the award-winning show's director and the star of its first season, playing the fatuous Mark Orlando. Yet his […]