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  • 'Dancing With the Stars,' NBA go to the top

    UPDATED: The final Monday edition of "Dancing With the Stars" this season pulled in the biggest audience Monday night: 15.7 million. The winner will be named in the season finale at 9 tonight on ABC. The final Monday edition of "The Voice" had the...
  • Meet Cat Greenleaf: Her Ad-Break Talk Show Helps USA Notch Daytime Ratings

    Advertisers may look to the USA cable outlet for shows like "Suits" or reruns of "Modern Family." But they are also taking an interest in someone who never appears on the network's primetime schedule. Since September, traffic reporter turned daytime host...
  • 'Saturday Night Live' Alum Bill Hader to Develop HBO Comedy Series

    "Saturday Night Live" alum Bill Hader has inked a deal to develop a comedy series for HBO. Pact calls for Hader to write and star in a vehicle for the pay cabler, but there's no word yet on specifics. Hader logged eight years on NBC's "SNL," signing off...
  • Double standard when women attack men

    Double standard when women attack men
    What if he had smacked her one? She's going after him with fists and feet. What if he had defended himself in kind? Or what if he had been the one who attacked her without physical provocation? Would it still be funny? As we all know from a leaked...
  • Al Feldstein dies at 88; editor of Mad magazine

    The goofy, cartoon face of Alfred E. Neuman looked out from the cover of Mad magazine for decades in various guises, always with the same message: "What, Me Worry?" "He looked like a boob, but he had a very interesting philosophy" said Al Feldstein, who...
  • Upfront Buzz: Brad Paisley in Talks for 'Rising Star,' NBC, Fox, ABC Pilots Gain Steam

    As ABC execs hunker down on pilot pickup decisions for the coming season, the Alphabet is also busy pulling together talent for its unscripted entry "Rising Star." The network is close to a deal with country singer Brad Paisley to serve as a judge on the...
  • Film Review: These 'Neighbors' are not praiseworthy

    Film Review: These 'Neighbors' are not praiseworthy
    It would be easy to confuse Nicholas Stoller's new "Neighbors" with the 1981 John G. Avildsen adaptation of Thomas Berger's novel of the same name. Both are versions of the classic "neighbor from hell" concept. Both have connections to the dominant film...
  • Monica Lewinsky, isn't it time to leave the humiliation behind?

    Monica Lewinsky, isn't it time to leave the humiliation behind?
    There’s no way around it. The Clintons, as everybody and her mother has pointed out, have baggage. Lots of it. More than any other American political family at this point. And their baggage is relevant at this point for one reason alone: Hillary may...
  • Hans Zimmer Live: Composer Breaks Out With Performing Career

    Last month's unexpected appearance by Hans Zimmer conducting an all-female string section behind Pharrell Williams on "Saturday Night Live," it turns out, was just the beginning of Zimmer's newfound performing career. On July 18, he will join several...
  • Seth Rogen and Zac Efron go in drag for Jimmy Fallon's 'Ew!'

    Seth Rogen and Zac Efron go in drag for Jimmy Fallon's 'Ew!'
    There's a whole world of tween-centric shows populating the cable TV space that rarely get discussed when adults in media talk about the current golden age of TV. But Jimmy Fallon and his "Tonight Show" writers clearly plumbed those depths for Tuesday...
  • NBC cancels five series including 'Community' and 'Revolution'

    So much for six seasons and a movie. On Friday NBC canceled the low-rated "Community," a move that is sure to upset the innovative sitcom's small but intensely devoted fan base. It also axed the comedy "Growing Up Fisher" and the dramas "Revolution,"...