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  • NBC, Fox announce lineups for next year

    NBC and Fox have kicked off the week when the five major networks announce their schedules for the 2015-16 TV season. While FOX is making only a few adjustments, NBC is starting from scratch after a less than stellar 2013-14 lineup.
  • NBC's 2015-16 schedule emphasizes drama, shifts comedy to Fridays

    NBC's 2015-16 schedule emphasizes drama, shifts comedy to Fridays
    NBC's new fall schedule is betting big on drama — and backing away big-time from comedy. The new lineup announced Sunday morning includes some noteworthy bids on splashy new dramatic fare in the 10 p.m. hour, including "The Player," a Las Vegas...

    Wesley Snipes, Neil Patrick Harris headline NBC fall series

    Wesley Snipes, Neil Patrick Harris headline NBC fall series
    Orlando-born Wesley Snipes will star in "The Player," a flashy thriller that will follow "The Blacklist" on NBC's fall schedule. NBC on Sunday unveiled the lineup it will present to advertisers on Monday in New York. The network will deliver six new...

    Jennifer Salke renews contract at NBC as president of entertainment

    Jennifer Salke renews contract at NBC as president of entertainment
    Jennifer Salke will stay on at NBC, renewing her contract to serve as entertainment president. Salke's contract was slated to expire later this year. The extension keeps her on for at least three more years. Salke, a former 20th Century Fox TV...

    Al Michaels, calling his 9th Super Bowl, still on top of his game

    Now this is a good what-might-have-been story. Al Michaels, preparing to call his ninth Super Bowl on Sunday, was in line to become the voice of the White Sox in 1971. In fact, if the Sox had hired him, there's a good chance Harry Caray never would have...