Despite doing tons of things that anyone else would surely get canned for, Silverman will probably still get to run NBC.
Did NBC wunderkind Ben Silverman plant that story in "Page Six" last week?
Last night NBC wunderkind and Vulture hero Ben Silverman appeared for the very first time on 'Charlie Rose' to share some of his exciting opinions.
Looking back on the week that was.
Turns out he is merely responsible for all of NBC's other problems.
Plus: Ben Silverman gives Hilary Duff a show!
Astonishingly, 'Lipstick Jungle' and 'My Own Worst Enemy' have been axed.
Last night, John McCain threw a Hail Mary.
T.I., the Flaming Lips, and Richie Sambora have been hired to 'reinterpret' the chimes in a series of upcoming promos.
Vulture has obtained a confidential NBC pie chart with the details on the network's upcoming budget cuts.
Another Ben Silverman show flops.
As should probably have been expected, it's totally Ben Silverman's fault.
Obama's new campaign commercial will preempt 'Knight Rider.'
ABC's sophomore shows are looking shaky — and someone get a monitor on Ben Silverman, stat!
Only 7.3 million people tried to save Ben Silverman's job last night.
It's as simple as this: If you don't watch, he gets fired.
Also: 'I may be the Paris Hilton of NBC.'
Yep, everybody's copying Ben Silverman.
Plus: The Coens cast some well-deserving character actors in 'A Serious Man," and Tom Cruise makes his superhero move.
The chairman of NBC is reporting from the Olympics, in as inimitable a fashion as you might expect.
According to insiders, if NBC's ratings don't improve, Ben Silverman could soon have even more time to party.
Will such a glorious hour of dancing Kooshes and loudmouthed rants come to fruition?
So now there is 'The Office,' the spinoff, and the un-spinoff. Got it?
Leno turned up at an NBC press conference yesterday, wearing a disguise, to ask the tough questions.