The owner of Television City, the studio home of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," has announced a $1.25 billion expansion of the iconic property.
"American Idol" star Julia Gargano to provide encore performance of "Growing Pains" on "Live with Kelly and Ryan."
"Pandemic: What You Need to Know" jumpstarts temporary timeslot to multiple highs, leads network siblings in demos.
ABC is proclaiming strength and consistency as it formulates an aggressive fall 2019-2020 television schedule that the network deems its most stable schedule in over a decade.
"The Talk" to formally announce "Dancing with the Stars" judge <b>Carrie Ann Inaba</b> as its new permanent co-host. She debuts Wed, January 2.
"Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba is officially replacing Julie Chen as a co-host on CBS' "The Talk." She debuts January 2019.
PBS has tapped John Stamos of "General Hospital" and "Full House" fame to once again host "A Capitol Fourth," its annual broadcast of America's Independence Day Celebration.
Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie are all signed on to return as judges for "American Idol's" second season on ABC. Ryan Seacrest will also return as host.
The bi-annual list of Television's Highest Paid Stars: The Soap Opera Edition, is here! Find out who made the cut, who got richer and how being part of TV's biggest hit doesn't always equal big checks.
On Wednesday, August 12, former "American Idol" contestant and "The Bold and the Beautiful" alum <strong>Constantine Maroulis</strong> (ex-Constantine Parros) was arrested for allegedly kicking the mother of his child in the groin, <a href="http://www.tmz.com/2015/08/12/constantine-maroulis-arrested-domestic-violence-baby-mama/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>TMZ</em>. "The mother of Constantine's 4-year-old daughter called 911 from their home in Wyckoff, New Jersey claiming he threw her to the ground and kicked her in the groin," the website cites a law enforcement source as saying.
It's officially upfront week where the networks announce their new season lineups filled with an abundance of new programming consisting of scripted comedies and dramas, unscripted fare, sporting events and specials. Today, FOX announced its fall lineup with the addition of <strong>Ryan Murphy</strong>'s "Scream Queens," which brings together such stars as horror queen <strong>Jamie Lee Curtis</strong> and "Glee" alum <strong>Lea Michele</strong>, <strong>Rob Lowe</strong> comedy "The Grinder," <strong>John Stamos</strong> and<strong> Ben Savage</strong> vehicle "Grandfathered," the television version of the hit 2002 <strong>Tom Cruise</strong> film, "Minority Report" starring <strong>Stark Sands</strong> ("Inside Llewyn Davis") as a man haunted by the future and <strong>Meagan Good</strong> ("Think Like A Man" franchise, "Californication") as a cop haunted by her past. Also joining the network next season is "Rosewood," which will lead into an 18-episode repeat free season of "Empire" on Wednesdays.
The series premiere of FOX's "Empire" on Wednesday night attracted 9.9 million viewers and a 3.8/10 in Adults 18-49, <a href="http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2015/01/08/tv-ratings-wednesday-empire-premieres-huge-american-idol-returns-down-law-black-ish-peoples-choice-awards-fall/347264/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>TVbytheNumbers</em>, based on rush nationals ordered by the network. "Empire" now ties ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder" for the highest rated series premiere of the season in the key sales demo.
As if being the most watched daytime drama series for more than 25 years wasn't enough, CBS Daytime's "The Young and the Restless" has placed fifth on Bing's Top TV Show Searches for 2014, just behind TV's hottest primetime series, AMC's "The Walking Dead." "Y&R" beat out the likes of E!'s now defunct "Chelsea Lately" (#6), NBC's "The Today Show" (#7), HBO's "Game of Thrones" (#8), ABC's "The View" (#9) and FOX's "American Idol" (#10).
Before meeting with reporters later this morning and advertisers this evening, FOX announced its Fall 2014 primetime schedule that includes a portfolio of new content for the 2014-2015 television season, which join FOX veterans "American Idol," "Animation Domination High-Def," "Bob's Burger," "Boom!," "Bones," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Family Guy," "The Following," "Glee," "Hell's Kitchen," "Hotel Hell," "Masterchef," "Master Junior," "The Mindy Project," "New Girl," "The Simpsons," "Sleepy Hollow" and "So You Think You Can Dance." Each series returns with new seasons airing at various points through 2014-2015.
The anticipation leading up to the announcement of the 65th Primetime Emmy awards has been building for weeks, and “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul and “How I Met Your Mother’s” Neil Patrick Harris finally made the official list public this morning. Watch the video below, or read on for the full list from Soap Opera Network detailing who’s in the running for the coveted golden statues!
Jennifer Lopez may just be Jenny from the Block, but there’s a whole lot she can do: acting, singing, judging “American Idol,” executive producing ABC Family’s new series, “The Fosters.” Oh, and personally answering everything you’ve always wanted to know about her, “The Fosters” or Sherri Saum (ex-Keri Reynolds, “One Life to Live”), who stars in the alphabet network’s new drama!
He wooed the ladies on “General Hospital,” and now Ingo Rademacher is set to woo America as a contestant on the 16th season of “Dancing With The Stars.” Paired with dancer Kym Johnson, Rademacher will be competing against a very diverse cast, including country star Wynonna Judd, “American Idol” alum Kellie Pickler, actress Zendayz Coleman, comedian Andy Dick, Olympic skater Dorothy Hamill, comedian D.L. Hughley, football player Jacoby Jones, boxer Victor Ortiz, Olympic gymnast Alexandra Raisman, and reality star Lisa Vanderpump.
Maria Arena Bell, who was let go as Executive Producer and Head Writer of CBS' "The Young and the Restless" earlier this year, was honored on Wednesday, December 12 with a Humanitarian Award for her dedication to arts advocacy during the 14th Annual Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards, which recognizes and honors exemplary men and women in the entertainment industry including those from the television, film and advertising worlds.
For the first time since the show launched back in the 1980's, the female co-host's name in "LIVE!" will lead the shows permanent title when "LIVE! with Kelly" becomes "LIVE! with Kelly and ..." That's right folks, "LIVE!" has found its permanent co-host after nearly a year-long search.
ABC, CBS, and NBC are not in the the mood to show you the fantasy of daytime drama on Christmas day. The networks have decided to ignore it's female demographic, and go after the men and children in the house courtesy of Christmas specials and sports, sports and more sports.