Intellectual property rights are apparently not sacred in the TV business, where the copycatting of shows is something of a tradition.
Before the Beatles get back to where they once belonged in a new Disney+ documentary, Hulu will present Paul McCartney.
Conan O'Brien said good-bye to late-night TV last Thursday and hardly anybody noticed.
The news has trickled out over the last few months: Jay Leno will host a new version of "You Bet Your Life" inspired by the Groucho Marx original.
"So Freakin' Cheap" is about the lengths some people will go to save not only a buck or two, but also dimes and pennies.
The most surprising thing about "The Mysterious Benedict Society" is what it says about the society in which the show takes place.
The challenges of naming a TV show are reflected in the title of a new lighthearted summer series premiering Thursday night on ABC.
If uncertainty surrounds Syfy's future in the summer-shark space, Discovery and NatGeo are swimming full-speed ahead into their own annual shark-a-thons.
NBC must have really wanted to be in business with the Manning brothers to OK the new "College Bowl" premiering next Tuesday.
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" premiered in 2007 and is officially ending now after 14 years.