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TCA Votes to Rescind Bill Cosby’s Career Achievement Award
It’s the first time the TCA has ever rescinded an award.
TCA Awards Honor
Killing Eve, Queer Eye
The critics gave the beloved FX drama a final salute, and a tip of the hat to the newcomers.
Netflix Would Make Another Season of
Master of None
‘Whenever Aziz Is Ready’
The streaming giant offered its first public support of Ansari after he was accused of sexual misconduct.
Amazon Sets Premiere Date for The Romanoffs
Searching for descendants of the Russian royal family.
Bobby Brown Claims He Never Abused Whitney Houston, 911 Call Doesn’t Exist
“The public record is wrong.”
Why Roseanne Is a Trump Supporter on
“Half the people voted for Trump and half didn’t. It’s just realistic.”
Season Two Is Called
Tiny Toons Summer Vacation
Ryan Murphy Recast Tatiana Maslany in
Because She Was Too Young
“We needed our Debbie Allen character.”
John Landgraf Has Another Peak TV Update: It’s Become ‘Unmanageable’
The latest from the Peak TV seer.
7 Things We Learned at
’s TCA Panel
Greg returning is “not at all off the table.”
Larry David Explains Why
Curb Your Enthusiasm
“I got tired of people asking me, ‘Is the show coming back?’ I couldn’t face that question anymore.”
TCA Panel Addresses Their Biggest Frustrations About Diversity on TV
“The elephant in the room is always the dark skin.”
7 Things We Learned at HBO’s
How did a 43-year-old sci-fi movie starring Yul Brynner get retooled as an HBO series?
HBO’s Limited Series
The Night Of
Might Get a Second Season
Not so limited after all, eh?
Season 3 May Happen After All
Possibly with someone other than Nic Pizzolatto in charge of writing it.
Season 3 Won’t Be a ‘Bleakfest’
But creator Charlie Brooker hopes it will maintain the “unpleasantness the show seems to have become known for.”
6 Things We Learned at Netflix’s
The Get Down
The idea to explore this cultural and musical period occurred to Baz Luhrmann when he was sitting in a Paris restaurant ten years ago.
7 Things We Learned at the
You can binge-watch it, but creator Amy Sherman-Palladino isn’t happy about it.
Is Coming to New York for Season Six
Plus, here’s a very cryptic Quinn update.
‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Premieres on Netflix March 6th
At TCA today, Netflix chief Ted Sarandos announced that Tina Fey’s new comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt starring Ellie Kemper is set to […]
HBO’s Busy TCA Panel: Dustin Hoffman, Ricky Gervais, Lena Dunham, and More
Plus notes on
, and more.
Don’t Worry, There Won’t Be a
Sex and the City
hadn’t “plumbed the depth” of its characters, Cherry says, unlike
ABC Announces Premiere Dates for New Series, But Not
And there’s still hope for
From Angry Critics at TCA
The network canceled a panel devoted to the show.
Lea Michele, Chris Colfer Won’t Be Getting
Spinoff, Will Return Next Season
Even though they’re graduating McKinley, they’ll be back.
NBC’s Bob Greenblatt on
and the Network’s ‘Really Bad Fall’
“We have a long road ahead of us. So bear with us.”
Alec Baldwin Will Be Back for the Next Season of
He already signed the deal.
Seven Things We Learned About
The X Factor
From Its TCA Panel
Plus an update on J. Lo’s ‘Idol’ negotiations.
Fox Chief Says Everything Is Going Smoothly on the Set of
“There are many shows that have fighting … [but] that’s not been the case with this show.”
need to know
Vulture Asks Claire Danes Some Burning Questions About
My So-Called Life
Who cares that it was fifteen years ago? Is it Jordan or Brian?
CW Orders Extra Episodes of
, Other Series for New Season
And the network is now open to comedies.
Ashton Kutcher Will Be Playing an Internet Billionaire on
Two and a Half Men
And he’ll have a broken heart.
Lorne Michaels Says
Will Continue Beyond Next Season, With or Without Alec Baldwin
“I can’t imagine doing the show without Alec, but I couldn’t imagine doing [’Saturday Night Live’] without Chevy.”
Rosie O’Donnell and Jerry Lewis Talk Razor Blades, Has-Beens at TCA
“The Schick Intuition Razor is the best thing that’s happened to women since the Tampax multi-pack.”
Don’t Worry for
, and Other Notes From Fox’s TCA Session
“I beg you not to write [its] eulogy prematurely”
Next Summer Will Be
It’s probably time.
Guys Headed to Space
They’ll produce a pilot for ‘U.S.S. Alabama,’ a comedy that “takes place in space with a crew of space-farers that are about as smart as the ‘Reno!’ cops.”
Paul McCartney Reveals His Inner Gleek, Sends Ryan Murphy A Mixtape
The show will use Beatles music this season.
Sherri Shepherd to Maybe Host
The Newlywed Game
She’s in deep conversations with GSN about taking over as host of the ‘Newlywed Game.’
Creator Declares War on His Own Show’s Omnipresence
Murphy: “I think people are sick of me, I really do.”
Jury Still Out on Next Season’s
But we’ve learned that the candidates are not being focus-grouped or auditioned together.
works in progress
Movie Has Half of a Script!
“We will make this movie,” says Mitch Hurwitz, the show’s creator.
Law & Order
Really, Really Dead
“It’s moved into the history books.”
Terrence Howard to
Law & Order: L.A.
, Drew Carey to
Well, that’s random.
Will Keep it Simple
Laura Innes: “We don’t want to end up on a show that drives people crazy.”
Update: Will Conan Do the Emmys?
Jeff Gaspin says he has “no issues” with Conan appearing on the Emmys on NBC. “As long as he’s not hosting.”
to Do a Live Episode
They’ll perform separate versions for viewers on both coasts.
Sharon Osbourne Front-Runner to Be Next Hasselbeck
As they’re the two women with right-wing views on CBS’s ‘The View’–like ‘The Talk.’
CBS, Now With More Gay Characters
On ‘The Good Wife,’ ‘Rules of Engagement,’ and ‘Feces My Dad Said.’
Let the Bridges Diablo Cody Burns Lead the Way!
Plus: Guess who’s getting their own variety show? Nope, not Rosie O’Donnell!