What?! No best comedy series Emmy nomination for "Parks and Recreation?" "Community?" Nothing for "Mad Men's" John Slattery?
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel shows up to the Emmy nominations in his pajamas.
When it comes to comedy, the Emmys are making room for "Girls."
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.
Maybe it pays to be a complainer.
As the dispute between Viacom and DirecTV continued Wednesday, the conglomerate yanked access to some of its more popular programming that was available free on company websites. Fans can no longer watch full episodes of shows like "SpongeBob Squarepants" and "iCarly" or "Jersey Shore" and "The Daily Show," which is sure to further anger the 20 million DirecTV subscribers who continue to find a dark screen when they change the channel to Viacom-owned nets like Nick, MTV, Comedy Central and VH1.
A fan of 'Game of Thrones' launched an effort to get HBO to bypass cable and sell the series in an online subscription.
It's a first-world problem of epic proportions, and the couch potatoes of the Web aren't pleased.
SI.com has learned that Fox Sports is aggressively pursuing ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews for a role at its network. The network's executives recently met with Andrews regarding a major role in Fox's college football coverage.
Comedian Conan O'Brien talks to CNN's Piers Morgan exclusively about his greatest achievement.
"I've always only been interested in trying to make people laugh," Conan O'Brien told Piers Morgan, "and trying to be funny and make things that would have made me laugh, you know? Or my brothers laugh, or my sisters laugh, or my parents laugh. That's always been the motivation for me."
Let's address the soap opera fans upfront: The past year has been tough for you. Yet industry analysts say it's probably going to get tougher in coming years -- only perhaps less so if you also happen to be a huge fan of talk TV.
Summertime has long been associated with pool parties and barbecues. But with so many new programs and series' finales on the way, the TV remote could be just as crucial this season as sunscreen and hot dogs.
Actor Richard Dawson, original "Family Feud" host and "Hogan's Heroes" star has died at the age of 79.
With Regis Philbin hosting, David Letterman recounts going back on the air following September 11.
Reality programs have long featured contestants of color in their casts.
Former 'Bachelor' Matt Grant and 'Apprentice' star Omarosa speak out on the racial bias suit against the 'Bachelor.'
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.
You don't have to read between the lines to get a sense of how close Warren Sapp was to losing his NFL Network gig. The network's executives on Friday afternoon were blunt about it. "We decided not to fire Warren," said Mark Quenzel, senior vice president of programming and production.
This is the true story of seven strangers, picked to live in a house, work together and have their lives taped to find out what happens when Sunnis and Shias, Christians and Jews, boys and girls, 20-somethings from across the Arab world, stop hating each other and learn how to get along.
Whether you're into fashion design, the culinary arts or watching famous pop stars make and break the dreams of hopeful singers, reality programming offers something for everyone.
The most influential show in the history of television never finished a season among the 20 most popular programs in the Nielsen ratings.
(Each month SI.com highlights those in the sports media who have proved newsworthy, both for positive and negative achievements.)
Kal Penn could be returning to a regular TV series role.
If you watched Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, you were part of the most-watched television show in U.S. history.
A TV series' 100th episode signifies success and, in most cases, a profitable afterlife in syndication.
Table flipping. Hair pulling. Name calling. Glass chucking. Fist throwing.
Actors from ABC's "One Life to Live" tell "Showbiz Tonight" if they think reality TV killed the soap genre.
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.
Evaluating sports broadcasting talent is subjective. We each have our favorites. I like Mike Mayock. You like Phil Simms. We all dislike Craig James. While discussing NFL broadcasters over coffee a couple of months ago, James Andrew Miller, the author of the best-selling "These Guys Have All The Fun: Inside The World Of ESPN," and I decided it would be fun to pick the 10 people in NFL broadcasting circles who we considered the most indispensable to their networks. (You can follow Miller on Twitter at @ESPNBOOK).
Beyonce's hit song "Run the World (Girls)" could very well have been the theme music for the world of comedy in 2011.
"The Help" led the way with four Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations as Hollywood's movie awards season revved up Wednesday.
The best in film and TV are revealed as nominations are announced for the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Christiane Amanpour will return to CNN with a weekday program on CNN International while continuing at ABC News as a global affairs anchor, the networks announced Tuesday.
Just a few years ago things were looking grim in Hollywood for multi-camera sitcoms.
In the era of the smartphone and tablet boom, the hottest wireless commodities are airwaves.
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.
And they say Warren Buffett doesn't buy tech stocks.
As a television producer I tend to lead with my right brain, embracing all things creative and aesthetically pleasing.
Last month, ESPN golf analyst Paul Azinger offered a 140-character analysis of President Barack Obama's job creation record, a zinger from Azinger that reverberated around the web. Tweeted the analyst:"Facts: Potus has played more golf this month than I have; I have created more jobs this month than he has: #Marthasvineyard
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.
Fans say goodbye to beloved characters such as Susan Lucci's Erica Kane
Simon's new show didn't grab as many viewers as Ryan and company
Simon Cowell talks about the differences between "American Idol" and his new show "The X Factor."
It was a birthday party that kept Emmy nominee Alec Baldwin away from TV's biggest night, not the fact that his opening skit got cut, he says.
The 30 Rock nominee insists it wasn't over his opening sketch being cut
Check out the list of winners for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmys:
This year, the Emmy Awards come on the heels of New York Fashion Week. How does the red carpet measure up to the runway?
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.
Emotions run high as Modern Family, Jim Parsons, Margo Martindale and more win big
Plus: Jeremy Piven takes his Emmys for a drive and more stars with their statues
The Emmys will be Sunday night at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, and AMC, HBO and Showtime have nabbed a huge chunk of the major nods this year. This yet again sparks the question that has been looming around the industry for years: Is the quality of programming from the major broadcast networks on the decline?
Customers of Dish Network's satellite television service were unable to access many channels on Tuesday.
"He is not just hot, he is an incredible human being," Money says of her hunky costar
"The Amazing Race" has not been shy about having former CBS reality stars on the show.
The talk show host thanks fans for "your kind words about a very kind man"
Monday, August 15, 2011, is a day that should forever change the way reality television is produced.
The 53-ft.-long, 30-ton mobile home has seven 60-in. 3-D plasma TVs - for starters
The reality star shares what she does what no one's watching - and where she'll be at 50
Talk show host Joy Behar has finally said "I do" to her beau of 29 years.
Ashley faces the men she sent home as they sound off on dating, getting dumped and drinking too much
George Lopez tells Piers Morgan he will leave the country if Sarah Palin is ever elected President.
George Lopez told CNN's Piers Morgan that he's not ruling out the idea of running for mayor of Los Angeles -- eight years from now.
The Bachelor Pad winner talks about the tension between exes Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi
"American Idol" creator Simon Fuller filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming he should be paid for the U.S. version of "The X Factor."
The AMC drama led the field with 19 nominations, including best drama, actor and actress
The popular shows "Mad Men" and "Modern Family" were at the top of the list when the 2011 primetime Emmy nominations were announced Thursday.
The judge dreams he's nice to contestants in a new ad for the upcoming singing competition
Womack wouldn't be interviewed about his breakup with Emily Maynard
Maynard was very reluctant to discuss the split on the air, says the host
Legendary talk show host Larry King, who set a world record for the longest-running television show hosted by the same person, will be honored this fall with a lifetime achievement Emmy.
Larry King talks with CNN about being honored with a lifetime achievement Emmy.
It started as soon as the not guilty verdict came down Tuesday for Casey Anthony.
Now that she has split from Brad Womack, should her latest quest for love be shown on TV?
The single mom tells PEOPLE why the couple's tumultuous relationship is over
Back in the States, the Jersey Shore star hit the gym with her housemates
Those expecting a garden-variety performance doc, i.e., entertaining performances peppered with amusing backstage clips and antics will get significantly more (and less) than they bargained for in Rodman Flender's revealing and thoroughly entertaining "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop."
A new film documents the weeks following Conan O'Brien's public firing from NBC's "Tonight Show."
Nearly five months after signing off from MSNBC, left-wing news personality Keith Olbermann returned to the airwaves Monday with the relaunch of his signature "Countdown" show on Current TV.
The Bold and the Beautiful tops the soaps, while Oprah Winfrey, Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek are also honored
Ashton Kutcher will fill the spot left by Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men" and Matthew Perry enters rehab.
Michelle Money, Justin Rego and other memorable contestants will join the feuding exes on season 2
The likable Bachelor winner is unintentionally influencing Ashley Hebert's search for love
The hunk, who played con man Leo du Pre, will reprise his role before the soap ends in September
My name is James, and I have a confession to make.
The actress is "tickled pink" to be asked to emcee the awards in September
Gayle King tells Piers Morgan about Oprah Winfrey's mood now that the finale to her show has aired.
"I am so secure and confident," she says, addressing what she calls a "misconception" about who she is
For 25 years, Oprah Winfrey has had a plethora of people on her show for makeovers, intense interviews, surprise visits and encouraging stories. We have gotten to know and love -- or hate -- quite a few guests over the years.
CNN's Kareen Wynter talked to celebrities about Oprah Winfrey's last show.
The daytime television landscape is about to look very different after the reigning queen of talk packs it in on May 25.
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."
The season 7 star says there's a lot of pressure, heartbreak and hot guys
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.