Sara Gilbert announced at the top of today's broadcast of "The Talk" that she is leaving the series at the end of the current ninth season.
"The Talk's" Sara Gilbert addresses for the first time on television the controversy surrounding the abrupt cancellation of sitcom "Roseanne" following series star Roseanne Barr's racially charged tweets.
ABC is slated to meet with producers of "Roseanne" this week to discuss possible ways in which the show could continue without series star Roseanne Barr.
Would ABC resurrect "Roseanne" without its star? Published reports say the network is in active discussions about a second reboot of the hit series with Sara Gilber ("The Talk") leading the cast.
ABC and Warner Bros. Television are in active negotiations for a possible spinoff of "The Middle," which wrapped its nine-season run last week. The new series would star Eden Sher reprising her role of Sue Heck as she deals with what the future holds after the original show's finale.
Ben Sherwood, president, Disney/ABC Television group, shares message of social responsibility with staff in wake of ABC's decision to cancel "Roseanne" following series star Roseanne Barr's racially charged posts on social media.
Soap stars weigh in on the abrupt cancellation of a rebooted "Roseanne" following series star's racially charged social media outburst.
ABC has canceled "Roseanne" after series star Roseanne Barr makes racially charged comments on social media. The network called said comments "abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values."
During the 2017-18 television season, CBS aired the most-watched series in primetime ("The Big Bang Theory"), daytime ("The Price is Right") and late-night ("The Late Show with Stephen Colbert).
If you tuned into the Friday, August 25 episode of "Days of our Lives," you discovered that Anjelica Deveraux had met her maker, marking the conclusion of portrayer Morgan Fairchild's short run on the daytime soap.
<strong>Brandon Stoddard</strong>, the former president of entertainment and director of daytime programming at ABC, who is best known for spearheading the launches of such series, specials and miniseries as "All My Children," "Roseanne," "Roots," "ABC Afterschool Specials," "Moonlighting" and "Thirtysomething," among many others, died today at his home in Bel-Air after a long battle with cancer. He was 77 years old.
CBS’ dramatic series, “The Bold and the Beautiful,” may be getting a shot of comedic relief: Famous funnyman Fred Willard is heading to the sudser for a four-episode arc as the younger brother of Eric Forrester (John McCook)!