If you're among the millions who loved James Gandolfini and were shocked and saddened by his sudden death in 2013, the arrival of this show is not great news at all.
They're nothing if not thorough at 21st Century Fox Television. So it's good-bye to all that and hello to next December's end-of-the-year lists of the top stories in television -- on which the O'Reilly dethroning will likely be item No. 1.
Indications are stronger than ever today that Bill O'Reilly's days at Fox News Channel are numbered, if not over.
It's the latest, greatest craze at the kooky, eclectic cable channel -- casting its stars in dual roles. It's a nod to the greatest of all TV Golden Ages -- the freaky, far-out, psychedelic '60s.
For people of a certain age, many entertainers we grew up with were already senior citizens. Don Rickles continued this never-say-retirement tradition, which dictated that they work until they drop.
When a controversy erupted this week on Wednesday night's episode of "Survivor" over the outing of a transgender contestant, millions asked the same question: Is that show still on? It turns out the answer is yes. "Survivor" is still here - a relic that's so old it premiered during the Clinton administration. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Everywhere I looked, I wasn't there. This has happened time and time again for years, every time someone publishes a list of the most powerful people in media. The latest was this new one published early Thursday morning by The Hollywood Reporter.
Fox wants your help in its fight against Spectrum. Should you give it to them? Answer: No.
A new show coming to Comedy Central this month whose sole purpose is to skewer President Trump every week continues a long tradition in presidential satire.
Sometimes, the time is right to just end it. That -- as much as these advertiser defections and accusations of sexual harassment -- is a big reason why Fox News Channel should be planning for a post-Bill O'Reilly future.