Scott Pelley will reportedly continue as a "60 Minutes" correspondent, but for reasons not yet known, he is out as the anchorman and face of CBS News.
TV's most conspicuous supervillain at the moment -- an oddball Englishman on "Fargo" with bad teeth -- is about to be supplanted by the most villainous supervillain of them all: Mom.
A new 15-second promo spot for Megyn Kelly's new Sunday night news show on NBC won't win any awards for zippy copywriting.
Advertisers that may now be contemplating withdrawing their commercials from "Hannity" are exhibiting a conscientiousness about the environment for their messages that was heretofore undetectable.
This new version of "Love Connection," hosted by the tireless Andy Cohen and premiering on Fox Thursday night, turned out to be A-OK.
MSNBC and CNN both beat Fox News Channel in the ratings last week. Is this another case of Trump disrupting TV yet again?
Many people are talking about the remake (sorry, "reboot") fever that is gripping network television at the moment.
At this week's upfronts, changes to the TV business were described as "seismic" and "extraordinary." Yet the Big Four and the CW still keep a foothold in the old world they are most comfortable in.
The moments the networks mine for their clip reels are just that -- isolated moments among many others that are not nearly as eye-catching or heart-tugging. Commercials interrupt the experience too -- usually directly after one of the very moments of heightened emotion or drama that end up in clip reels.
Watch "The Wizard of Lies," a textbook De Niro performance as he assumes the role of Madoff right down to the tone of his voice, his facial expressions, hand gestures and even the way Madoff walks.