All week long.
All week long.
Turned into shows about young people having sex instead.
A network-by-network look at next year's new shows and TV-schedule strategies.
Also, CBS finally picks up a show.
'Variety' says a "shakeup seems inevitable."
Good-bye to 'Ghost Whisperer' and 'The New Adventures of Old Christine'?
The game show is in the running to replace 'As the World Turns.'
Lizzy Caplan has been cast in the CBS pilot 'True Love.'
After rumors he wanted off the show, new report says he's looking for a raise.
CBS prez Les Moonves took this advantage of this April Fools' Day to make the surprise announcement of his network's fake fall schedule.
The awards show could have actually been watchable. . .
What will William Shatner say?
Americans like the darnedest things.
There is no such thing as doctor-patient confidentiality on syndicated TV.
Who handled Craig Ferguson better?
The actor is to appear in court for further proceedings on March 15.
William Shatner has been cast as the dad in 'Shit My Dad Says' (that's a working title, presumably), CBS's multi-camera TV adaptation of the Twitter feed.
The horror, the horror!
Could we go to war with Belarus over a sitcom?
Over 38 million people forgot to change the channel after the game ended last night.
Plus: Rob Riggle is coaching football!
Plus: Virginia Madsen fights crime, in her own family!
That's 35 percent more than last year!
It's just Craig being Craig.
Plus: The 'South Park' guys hit the stage.