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  • 'Celebrity Family Feud' vs. 'Big Brother': Which won?

    Survey says: A new spin on an old game show is working for ABC. "Celebrity Family Feud" topped the national ratings Sunday with 8.1 million viewers. The game show featured NFL personalities, "Bachelor" contestants and professional dancers from...
  • 'Ted 2' lags behind 'Jurassic World,' 'Inside Out'

    A foul-mouthed Teddy bear is no match for a pack of dinosaurs. Seth MacFarlane's "Ted 2" opened far under expectations with $32.9 million, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday, ceding the top two spots to holdovers "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out."...
  • World Cup, USA women lift Fox

    World Cup, USA women lift Fox
    UPDATED: The USA victory over China in the Women's World Cup was a ratings winner Friday night for Fox nationally and locally. Revised ratings showed the quarterfinal averaging 5.7 million viewers. The prime-time portion of the game, from 8 to 9:34 p.m....
  • Roger Ailes signs new contract at Fox

    Roger Ailes has signed a new contract to continue as chief executive of Fox News Channel, the network that has become a ratings and financial powerhouse since he created it two decades ago, 21st Century Fox said Thursday. The parent company moved quickly...
  • Fox sets fall premiere dates; 'Empire' is back Sept. 23

    Fox sets fall premiere dates; 'Empire' is back Sept. 23
    Fox opens its 2015-16 TV season with the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 20, which leads into weeks of season and series premieres, the network said Thursday. As previously announced, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg will be host of the awards...
  • Roger Ailes signs new multi-year contract with Fox

    Roger Ailes signs new multi-year contract with Fox
    Fox News chief Roger Ailes has signed a new multi-year contract to remain with 21st Century Fox. Ailes, 75, will report to Rupert Murdoch and his sons Lachlan and James once the executive management changes go into effect at 21st Century Fox on July 1....
  • NBCUniversal, Chernin Entertainment announce two-year TV deal

    NBCUniversal, Chernin Entertainment announce two-year TV deal
    Chernin Entertainment and NBCUniversal announced a television deal on Wednesday, marking the end to Chairman Peter Chernin's lucrative five-year deal with Fox. The new two-year deal with NBCUniversal will give Chernin Television access to Universal...
  • Basketball finals a winner for ABC

    The showdown between Stephen Curry and LeBron James proved to be the most popular NBA Finals on television since Michael Jordon was winning his sixth championship back in 1998. The Nielsen company said the six-game series won by the Warriors averaged...
  • Veteran Fox executive David Hill departing company

    Veteran Fox executive David Hill departing company
    David Hill, the influential impresario of Fox Sports who developed snazzy gimmicks that turbo-charged the presentation of TV sports, is stepping down from his senior position at 21st Century Fox. The company said Tuesday that Hill, a longtime lieutenant...
  • Long-time 21st Century Fox exec leaving to run own venture

    Long-time 21st Century Fox executive David Hill is leaving the movie and television company to start his own entertainment venture. The departure announced Tuesday comes a week before 21st Century Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch relinquishes his job to his son,...
  • 'Go-to' L.A. lawyer says Hollywood studios are shortchanging his clients

    'Go-to' L.A. lawyer says Hollywood studios are shortchanging his clients
    He's one of the most feared litigators in Hollywood. Over a four-decade career, Neville Johnson has wrangled more than $350 million for actors, writers and other clients he contends were shortchanged their fair share of royalties and profits. Johnson...