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  • Diane Sawyer leaves 'World News' a winner

      Diane Sawyer's fans won't want to miss "ABC World News" this week, because she is departing after nearly five years as anchor. The network isn't announcing which day is her last. She is, after all, staying at ABC. David Muir takes over Sept. 2....
  • TV ratings: 'Big Brother' and 'America's Got Talent' win on Wednesday

    TV ratings: 'Big Brother' and 'America's Got Talent' win on Wednesday
    With help from "Big Brother," CBS won the night among the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen. Roughly 6.5 million people tuned in to "Big Brother" to watch the houseguests compete for the title of Head of Household. Though down 4%...
  • Weekly Ratings: 'Simpsons' Marathon Puts FXX Atop Week's Cable Rankings in Young Adults

    "The Simpsons" has helped put FXX on the TV map for many Americans, as a marathon of the long-running animated comedy lifted the nascent network to ratings heights. Last week, FXX was the top-rated primetime cable network in adults 18-34 (616,000...
  • MGM TV Prepping 'In The Heat of the Night' Series with Tate Taylor, Warren Littlefield (EXCLUSIVE)

    MGM TV is in the early stages of developing a drama series based on the 1967 pic "In the Heat of the Night," with Tate Taylor and Warren Littlefield as exec producers. Taylor, writer and director of "The Help," and director of the James Brown biopic "Get...
  • Rob Owen: Fox's 'Utopia' a social experiment

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. It's easy to dismiss reality TV, to rail against its pollution of the airwaves. And if you're talking about the broad spectrum of TV broadcast and cable there is a lot of so-called reality programing. But these days there's more...
  • Doritos Recruits Elizabeth Banks, 'Pitch Perfect 2′ to Promote its Super Bowl Ads

    Doritos is making a very different play this year to promote its appearance at the Super Bowl. As part of its "Crash the Super Bowl" campaign, the snack brand has turned to Elizabeth Banks, who is currently directing "Pitch Perfect 2" for Universal...
  • ABC, NBC Spar Over Evening-News Viewers as Muir Takes Over 'World News'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - More people watched a substitute for Brian Williams on NBC's "Nightly News" than they did Diane Sawyer's final "World News" broadcast last week on ABC, but advertisers may not be as impressed. That's because the ABC evening...
  • NBC Searches for Participants for Couple Weight-Loss Series 'Weight for Love'

    NBC is prepping for participants for a new unscripted series "Weight for Love," Variety has learned. Produced by 5×5 Media in association with Warner Horizon Television, the transformational series follows overweight couples who commit to separate for...
  • 'Marry Me' Stars Hitched to NBC's Fall TV Kickoff Special

    NBC has announced an interesting proposal: In an effort to generate buzz for its freshman programs and high-profile returning comedy dramas, the Peacock has recruited Casey Wilson and Ken Marino of its new comedy "Marry Me" to host the half-hour special...
  • Comcast expanding EveryBlock beyond Chicago

    Comcast expanding EveryBlock beyond Chicago
    Seven months after resurrecting EveryBlock in Chicago, Comcast has expanded the hyperlocal news website to Philadelphia, with plans to add Houston, Denver and three other markets by year’s end. EveryBlock, which delivers everything from crime...
  • Emmy telecast: The bore scores

    Emmy telecast: The bore scores
    UPDATED: Sure, the Emmys were boring. They played like a repeat from last year. But they still were the overwhelming winner in Monday's broadcast ratings. Updated ratings put the Emmy average at 15.6 million viewers for the three-hour telecast on NBC....