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.
Plus: Guillermo del Toro announces plans to creep you out.
Turns out he is merely responsible for all of NBC's other problems.
'We're moving away from the terrorist-of-the-week formula,' says executive producer Gary Scott Thompson.
Last night, John McCain threw a Hail Mary.
Plus: Staten Island finally gets its own TV show.
Also: Are you ready for 'Cougar Town'?
T.I., the Flaming Lips, and Richie Sambora have been hired to 'reinterpret' the chimes in a series of upcoming promos.
The return of the 'Saturday Night Live' all-stars continues, with Maya Rudolph taking the stage this weekend.
Vulture has obtained a confidential NBC pie chart with the details on the network's upcoming budget cuts.
Plus: David E. Kelley to make TV show!
Another Ben Silverman show flops.
It's coming! Just as soon as the election is over!
Turns out you can sue if a late-night comedy show advocates your murder on live television!
Who censored the 'SNL' bailout sketch?
Fey does Palin again with predictably excellent results (and surprisingly good ratings).
The show's season-two DVD contains footage from its live performance at UCB during the writer's strike. Ah, memories!
The 'SNL' alum reprised her role as Palin — and the people rejoiced.
Only 7.3 million people tried to save Ben Silverman's job last night.
Ryan spoke with Vulture about rattlesnakes and 'Office' hazing rituals.
It's as simple as this: If you don't watch, he gets fired.
'Gary Unmarried,' obviously. But what will get canceled second?
Also: 'I may be the Paris Hilton of NBC.'
In case you missed it, here's the video of Fey doing Sarah Palin.