Netflix has abandoned pilots, and some networks are doing it, too, betting it will make TV better and cheaper.
Must everything be so awkward?
Unpacking the network's new lineup.
The network is hurting at the start of 2013.
"I get very annoyed with executives that should know what they're talking about."
Even though they're graduating McKinley, they'll be back.
Fox's entertainment president thinks he's pretty funny.
Plus: Why is Jin missing from all of the Season Five Lost promos?
In a new Esquire profile, the always charming Silverman — in rare moments between partying with supermodels and white tigers and dodging mandatory company drug tests — talks candidly about his competition at the other networks.
Has NBC wunderkind Ben Silverman been bionically enhanced?
Plus industry news on Jay Roach, Vincent Van Gogh, and Idol: The Musical.
This seems like a beef that can only be settled one way: with a sunset knife fight on the Malibu cliffs.
Plus Kevin Reilly, Nicole Kidman, Deborah Harry, and Shannon Doherty.
Lavigne Sued Over "Girlfriend": Sixties power-pop band the Rubinoos sues Avril Lavigne, claiming her cheerleader-rock song "Girlfriend" sounds like their 1978 track "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend." Curiously, neither Toni Basil nor the Ramones, both of whom the song gloriously does rip off, are party to the suit.