FX Network's "American Horror Story" and AMC's "Mad Men" landed the most Primetime Emmy Award nominations, with 17 apiece. "Downton Abbey," from PBS had 16 nods.
The Emmy nominations are being decided even as I write this.
Fox has renewed its Sunday reality kingpin "Family Guy," as well as another Seth MacFarlane title, "American Dad."
On the heels of reports that NBC is considering a creative restart on "The Office," comes last night's ratings: The comedy veteran fell to a series low while facing a repeat of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" in the 9 p.m. hour.
The most influential show in the history of television never finished a season among the 20 most popular programs in the Nielsen ratings.
It may seem weird that the 2004 low-budget breakout comedy "Napoleon Dynamite" is surfacing as an animated series, but for writer/director Jared Hess, it's not that odd that his world of Preston, Idaho lives on.
Beyonce's hit song "Run the World (Girls)" could very well have been the theme music for the world of comedy in 2011.
Just a few years ago things were looking grim in Hollywood for multi-camera sitcoms.
Gamers who want to kill Kenny may soon have their chance.
An American charged with communicating threats against the creators of "South Park" is in federal custody on U.S. soil, a senior U.S. counter-terrorism official told CNN.
One need look no further than the Nielsen Top 25 to see that funny fare is doing some serious damage this fall TV season.
"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane explains the little known feud with Jon Stewart that led to an angry phone call.
"It was an angry call," Seth MacFarlane said of the now-infamous phone call in which Jon Stewart lambasted him for "Family Guy" poking fun at the fact that "The Daily Show" went live during the 2007 writers' strike, "and suffice it to say, he is a phenomenally good debater, if you had been keeping score, I would have lost roundly."
The $100 million lawsuit spurred by Charlie Sheen's dramatic firing from his hit CBS TV sitcom earlier this year has been settled "to the parties' mutual satisfaction," Warner Bros. Television and Sheen's attorney said Monday.
CBS's "Two and a Half Men" is now actually one man, played by Jon Cryer, one near-man, played by Angus T. Jones, and one manchild.
Charlie Sheen's successor on the sitcom is "quite likable," finds Tom Gliatto
Check out the list of winners for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmys:
Host Jane Lynch kept the audience laughing at the Primetime Emmy Awards. Here is a recap of all the best moments.
AMC's "Mad Men" won a fourth consecutive best drama series Emmy, while the ABC sitcom "Modern Family" took top comedy honors at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night.
"I'm already converted to the cult of Ashton," he says of his Two and a Half Men costar Â
Emotions run high as Modern Family, Jim Parsons, Margo Martindale and more win big
Eddie Cibrian is a handsome actor.
The 53-ft.-long, 30-ton mobile home has seven 60-in. 3-D plasma TVs - for starters
Charlie Sheen's character is reportedly laid to rest while Kutcher's is introduced
Charlie Sheen is returning to series TV in a sitcom that plays on the image he cultivated this year amid his publicly vented fury over being fired from "Two and a Half Men."
Charlie Sheen tells CNN's Piers Morgan he doesn't worry about regretting past mistakes.
The popular shows "Mad Men" and "Modern Family" were at the top of the list when the 2011 primetime Emmy nominations were announced Thursday.
Ashton Kutcher will fill the spot left by Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men" and Matthew Perry enters rehab.
Federal authorities are using words uttered by the co-founder of a radical Islamic group to charge him with threats against the creators of "South Park."
It's official: Ashton Kutcher is filling the gap left by Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men."
Ashton Kutcher teased Twitter followers Thursday night about reports that he'll join the "Two and a Half Men" cast to fill the gap left by Charlie Sheen's departure.
Actor Charlie Sheen, fired from his hit comedy series, has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. Television and Chuck Lorre, the creator of "Two and a Half Men," a Los Angeles Superior Court spokeswoman said Thursday.
"Rob's an old friend and a brilliant actor," he says
Joy Behar talks with HLN's Dr. Drew about Charlie Sheen's bizarre behavior after being fired from "Two and a Half Men."
Despite stopping production on the sitcom "Two and a Half Men," Warner Bros. Television said Tuesday it will pay the show's crew for the four episodes initially set to begin production this week.
Charlie Sheen talks about the possibility of John Stamos replacing him on his hit CBS show.
The best in acting are honored at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"The King's Speech" actor Geoffrey Rush joked that the SAG awards should be called the "Uplift" awards because of the boost it gave his movie just four weeks before the Academy Awards.
Actor Charlie Sheen on Friday declared "we are at war" following canceled production of the hit CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" and his impending loss of $1.2 million per episode.
Actor Charlie Sheen told the "Dan Patrick Show" he tried going back to work, but the place was locked up.
With a television show named "House" built around the character of Dr. Gregory House, you would think there would be a contingency plan just in case the actor playing House was not available.
The production hiatus for the hit CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men," forced by star Charlie Sheen's latest rehab treatment, means more work for the "Rules of Engagement" cast, a source familiar with the network's schedule said.
In Roseanne Barr's third book, "Roseannearchy: Dispatches from the Nut Farm," the comedian candidly discusses everything from her half-Jewish, half-Mormon upbringing in Salt Lake City, to the sitcom that made her world famous, to ex-husbands and owning her very own macadamia nut farm in Hawaii.
It is official: Jim Parsons is the new poster child for geekdom.
"Futurama" premieres its new season on a new network, Comedy Central, on Thursday, June 24.
Call David X. Cohen a nerd all you like, but never call him a geek. To the co-creator of "Futurama," the term "nerd" is a compliment.
The actor, who is back to work, seems unfazed by his divorce filing and recent hospitalization
Get the rundown of the night's biggest categories for the 2010 Emmy Awards
Emmy winner Eric Stonestreet reflects on how the show is warming people around the country to homosexuality.
Sofia Vergara and Joel McHale announce the nominees for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards.
Sandra Bullock refuses to believe she has a chance at a best actress Oscar, even though she's now won the Screen Actors Guild award and a Golden Globe for "The Blind Side."
The 16th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards boost Bullock over Streep, echoing last week's Globes. Kareen Wynter reports.
Plus: Glee and Inglourious Basterds casts are honored
Clooney, Streep, Bullock, Mo'Nique and more familiar names get top nods
A first thought upon hearing that Comcast is buying NBC Universal from GE? "Oh my God, will this be the end of "30 Rock?"
30 Rock's smart Alec says he'd trade his Emmy to look like presenter Rob Lowe
Glenn Close, of Damages, and Bryan Cranston, of Breaking Bad, win as drama stars
Tonight's 61st ceremony features new host Neil Patrick Harris and new nominees
Watch the stars arrive at the 61st primetime Emmy Awards.
After starting with 16 nominations, "Mad Men" won just three Emmy Awards at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night -- but one of them was the big one, best drama series.
The 61st Primetime Emmy nominees are announced including "Mad Men" for best drama and "Family Guy" for best comedy.
The Emmy Awards smiled on some unlikely comedy series nominees Thursday morning, giving nominations to "Family Guy" and "Flight of the Conchords" and leaving out such mainstays as "Two and a Half Men."
30 Rock earns 22 nominations, Mad Men 16, as TV's biggest night approaches Sept. 20
Plus: Kate Winslet continues her award show victory lap and 30 Rock cleans up
The nominations for the 15th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Thursday morning.
The sleek '60s drama Mad Men made Emmy history Sunday as the first basic-cable show to win a top series award, while the sitcom 30 Rock and its stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin also emerged as winners.
The Hills star blogs about her guest role on Do Not Disturb with Jerry O'Connell
Plus: Funny reactions from Amy Poehler, Will Arnett, America Ferrera and others
Reality hosts get their first shot at winning and HBO fills Sopranos void with 23 nominations for John Adams
Tim Burton's macabre musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won big at the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards, announced during a live press conference from Hollywood on Sunday, while the film's star, Johnny Depp, picked up best actor in movie comedy or musical.
Trophy season kicked into high gear Thursday morning, with an impressive roster of seven movies nominated for best dramatic picture in the Golden Globes race.
Actress Eva Longoria-Parker delivers pizza to writers walking the picket line.
Lately the script of Jeff Zucker's life seems plucked from the pages of a sitcom. Just consider: In the three months since ascending to the CEO position at NBC Universal, he has had to deal with a ...
Nominees in major categories for the 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:
My reaction to the new romantic comedy "Must Love Dogs" is simple: No, I don't.
Here is the list of winners at Sunday's 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:
Its ads say "It's not TV, it's HBO," but the cable network certainly dominated television's top awards Sunday night.
Some old favorites received nominations for the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards -- but the new shows and omissions were more interesting.
"Frasier" made its final curtain call Thursday after 11 years on the air.
I remember the day I found out Ross and Rachel were going to kiss. It was two days before the episode, and I was at lunch with some friends. The word was: Don't miss this week's show.
For a decade, "Friends" and "Frasier" have represented the best of what many critics say sitcoms can offer.
When "Frasier" takes a bow on May 13, Kelsey Grammer will walk away from a character he has played for 20 years -- nine seasons as part of the ensemble on "Cheers" and 11 more as the lead of his own show.
Ricky Gervais, co-creator and star of BBC situation comedy "The Office," has been named best comedy actor at the Golden Globe Awards for his painful portrayal of an ineffective middle manager.
At first the movie premiere looks like any other. There's the red carpet, the moody lighting, the black-clad waiters. But the waiters are serving Shirley Temples and star-shaped turkey-and-cheese s...
Comedy after breakfast. Comedy after lunch. Comedy before dinner. Comedy tonight. This is the life of Jeff Zucker, the 38-year-old president of NBC Entertainment, during pilot season, a few frenzie...
Because comedians tend to be loners, there is no such thing as the American Humor Association. But if there were, the seven-year-old U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, which is held every winter in Aspen, ...
After watching nearly every new show of the fall season, we have good news: Network honchos have finally stopped exhuming stars from the '80s to put them in unfunny sitcoms. Thankfully, Bob Newhart...
Wall Street's favorite TV show these days is not Seinfeld, ER, or the CNBC stock ticker but a CBS drama that we'll call The Mel and Les Show. It stars Mel Karmazin, 54, the pugnacious radio mogul w...
It's been another disappointing fall for ABC, CBS, and NBC, which are trying to figure out why their supposed innovations (ironic yellow ads, sitcoms resuscitating faded 1980s stars) haven't worked...
No matter how Hollywood changes, one thing remains the same--talent drives the entertainment business. This was true when pioneers like Louis B. Mayer created the studio system to lock up the bigge...