No. But maybe!
No. But maybe!
Bring back Silverman! Bring back Silverman!
Plus: Simon Cowell would've spared us "Don't Pass Me By."
The new, Ben Silverman–less NBC has settled on the slogan with which it will promote its fall lineup.
He deemed Heigl's recent complaints about being worked too hard "unfortunate."
Fox's entertainment president thinks he's pretty funny.
"I didn't mean to elicit laughter," said NBCU's Angela Bromstad after she implied that Ben Silverman's new company was something he'd actually planned.
In next week's magazine, Adam Sternbergh ponders Ben Silverman's "unrealized revolution."
Is Ben Silverman splitting too early? Might NBC actually have a new prime-time hit on its hands?
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A family! Profits! No white tigers!
Tweets Ryan Seacrest: "guy that runs nbc- put office biggest looser etc on is leaving to launch a new studio."
"You are seeing healthier numbers than I think we anticipated."
"[Silverman] just returned after being absent for four weeks."
That's right — Ben Silverman recently made an appearance at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The 'La Bamba' star won 'I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here.'
It sounds like we might not have much to worry about, anyway, but we just wanted to put our feelings on the record.
"We are the superstars of TV because we are the only network that people are talking about."
Get us out of here!
Find someone with an A-Team van, and you've got yourself a show!
NBC's Marc Graboff had better watch his back.
Were Heidi and Spencer tortured?
He moved a meeting from his home in Pacific Palisades so he could make the tip-off.
You didn't think it was possible, but the show is working overtime to devalue Ben Silverman's already tenuous grip on fame.