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LOS ANGELES | Other TV series have woven a cast member's death into an episode honoring them and their character. But "Glee" has an especially sensitive task.
Lily Tomlin's admiration for elephants began when she met Ruby and Billy.
When Adele wants to make a vintage fashion statement, stylist Gaelle Paul has a go-to source: the cleverly named The Way We Wore shop.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — During production of his final post-midnight show, Jimmy Kimmel's studio audience waited patiently while he taped a string of promotional spots.
There are many delicious reasons to watch the returning "Downton Abbey" and an exasperating one to skip it: The cover's been blown on major plot twists.
A TV show DVD set represents more than a holiday gift that's easy to wrap. It also demonstrates respect: you know the recipient is mentally fit and couch-ready for a viewing marathon of "Doctor Who" or "House."
"The Biggest Loser" will return in January with the weight-loss show's first young teen participants and trainer Jillian Michaels back on duty.
An A-list cast of celebrities is joining a telethon to raise money and awareness to fight cancer.
Why settle for one great mom when, as any TV viewer knows, you can adopt a series of them?
Chris Nee, creator of "Doc McStuffins" on the Disney Channel, wanted to ease her toddler son's experience with doctors and hospitals after he was diagnosed with asthma.
Many TV shows have dispassionate origins, recycling a well-worn format or piggybacking on a trend. But the roots of "Doc McStuffins," an animated program for children ages 2 to 7, are downright maternal.
NBC is funding an initiative to create musical theater programs in U.S. schools in need of arts education.
LOS ANGELES | Melissa McCarthy of "Mike & Molly" was honored Sunday as best lead actress in a comedy series with an Emmy and a glitzy prom queen's crown, while Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" earned his second trophy in the best actor category.
The stars of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" are scrutinizing a publicity photo depicting them as a tuxedo-clad trio sharing a vintage microphone.
Oprah Winfrey is repackaging her now-ended daytime talk show to make it a key part of the lineup for OWN, her struggling cable channel.
Matthew Morrison is taking a summer break from "Glee," but not from music.
Jerry Springer is reinventing himself again, this time as host of a dating game series.
Ellen DeGeneres' debut on "American Idol" drove up ratings for the singing contest and drew praise from fellow judge Kara DioGuardi.
LOS ANGELES| NBC is nearing a deal with "Tonight" host Conan O'Brien to leave the network, freeing Jay Leno to reclaim the late-night show he stewarded for 17 years.
"American Idol" was the colossus that dominated television in the new century's first decade, generating top ratings, a heady share of buzz and a handful of bankable stars including Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Hudson.
Wayne Brady is savoring a big year, with doors opening to him at Carnegie Hall, the White House and, in multiples, on "Let's Make a Deal."
"Family Feud" and host John O'Hurley have upped the ante in the game show's new season, with a faster-paced opening, a new look and new prizes.
The punch lines are flowing on the set of "Community," and that's between scenes for NBC's freshman sitcom about an oddball collection of community college students.
LOS ANGELES | "Mad Men" and "30 Rock" led a pack of Emmy winners who successfully defended their titles at Sunday's show, while Australian Toni Collette of Showtime's "United States of Tara" was honored as best lead actress in a comedy series for her role as a mother with multiple personalities.
Steve Allen describes the birth of "Tonight." Isabel Sanford talks about her path from theater to "The Jeffersons." Writer-producer James L. Brooks pulls back the curtain on the creation of "The Simpsons" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," while leading lady Moore offers her own perspective.
If only one awards show host at a time holds the "it" title, then the current darling is Neil Patrick Harris.
It's enough to provoke a string of expletives from any devout George Carlin admirer: The comedian never won an Emmy Award in his lifetime despite a half-dozen nominations.
Jay Leno says comedy will rule on his new daily prime-time series and he'll put stars in cars instead on a couch.
LOS ANGELES | Ed McMahon, the loyal "Tonight Show" sidekick who bolstered boss Johnny Carson with guffaws and a resounding "H-e-e-e-e-e-ere's Johnny!" for 30 years, died early Tuesday. He was 86.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers would be relieved to see "The Tudors" end before his character, King Henry VIII, transforms from a robust young man to pudgy old ruler.
LOS ANGELES | Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said he came to Los Angeles to promote a reality show because he wants to support the project even though a judge barred him from traveling abroad for it.
When "Breaking Bad" features its own "narcocorrido" -- drug ballad -- in an upcoming episode, it's clear that Mexico's bloody narcotics trafficking culture has seeped into the TV drama.
"At the Movies" critics Ben Mankiewicz and Ben Lyons have been taking it as well as dishing it out since joining the show last fall.
In a ho-hum TV season in which most new shows have been greeted with a collective shrug and a click of the remote control, CBS' freshman "The Mentalist" has managed to deduce what viewers want.
Jimmy Smits, a proven TV star in "L.A. Law" and "NYPD Blue," is looking like the go-to guy when a drama's juicy guest role demands leading-man heft.
LOS ANGELES | The sleek '60s drama "Mad Men" made Emmy history Sunday as the first basic-cable show to win a top series award, while the sitcom "30 Rock" and its stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin also emerged as big winners.
Albert Brooks' mordant on-screen neuroticism has lifted his films and characters to comedic heights, with "Defending Your Life," "Lost in America" and his Oscar-nominated turn in "Broadcast News" among the prime examples.
LOS ANGELES | The grown-up rocker triumphed over the smooth-voiced kid as David Cook claimed the "American Idol" title Wednesday, and it wasn't as much of a surprise as it seemed. (Watch the video.)
For five years, John Langley tried and failed to sell a cinema verite-style TV series tracking police officers on patrol. Then came the 1988 Hollywood writers strike.
There's sheer bravado in the title of Fox's "The Next Great American Band." But the network that gave us "American Idol" is primly cautious about whether it's found another hit talent show.
"Numb3rs" star David Krumholtz realized the show's season premiere was being directed by a real detail man when the cast was given hairstyling advice, including product recommendations.
The two men are perched at a piano, one tapping out an impromptu version of the classic tune "In a Mellow Tone," the other nodding encouragement.
A hybrid drama-romantic comedy about a man who can reverse death, "Pushing Daisies" has been heaped with critical praise based on its beautifully executed pilot episode. ABC, sensing the potential for a hit that could bolster its schedule, is lavishing the series with promotion.
The producers of ABC's new "Cavemen" said Wednesday the comedy is much more than the insurance company commercials that inspired it, but isn't designed to be an ambitious allegory about race.
Watching a bravura Alfred Molina performance is an expected delight, whether it's over-the-top villain Doc Ock in "Spider-Man 2" or artistic giant Diego Rivera in "Frida."
"Kid Nation," a CBS reality series that gives 40 children free rein in an uninhabited town, protected the youngsters physically and emotionally during filming, the show's producer said Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "The Sopranos," the mob series that went to its grave with a shockingly inconclusive finale, found a happy ending Thursday with 15 Emmy nominations including best drama.
For two decades, the PBS documentary series "P.O.V." has been resolute about living up to its title -- presenting films with a fiercely strong point of view. In turn, it receives its share of viewer feedback.
Gigi Levangie Grazer is a Hollywood insider who writes clever, sharply observed novels about the promised land of big money and bigger egos.
On an episode of "30 Rock," comedian Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) informs co-workers he's on a religious quest.
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