“Bonnie & Clyde” miniseries will air on Lifetime, A&E and History channel simultaneously
The four-hour, two-part miniseries has been scheduled for Dec. 8 and 9.
Emmys to mark the 50th anniversary of JFK assassination and The Beatles on Ed Sullivan
Carrie Underwood will lead a performance on Sunday marking the music of the era.
“New Girl” books Taye Diggs
He’ll play a ladies’ man named Artie.
Tony Soprano’s wardrobe going up for auction
Included in the auction is Tony’s Fila tracksuit.
“WKRP in Cincinnati” turns 35
The classic CBS sitcom debuted on Sept. 18, 1978.
Jimmy Fallon’s ad breaks will feature live improv comedy promoting Lexus
The unique ad strategy will use Twitter and other social media to inspire routines that will be shown during ad breaks.
Bill Clinton to visit Letterman for the 9th time
The ex-president will sit down with Dave for the first time in two years.
Can “Mad Men” cast members keep their mouths shut for a year after filming the finale?
The series finale being filmed one year before it airs could pose problems.
ABC buys “The Bounty” from the creator of “CSI”
Anthony Zuiker’s latest project revolves around a nationwide manhunt for a killer.
“American Masters” creator jumps from PBS to HBO
Susan Lacy, who launched the acclaimed “American Masters” in 1986, is a big get for HBO’s documentary unit. “I’ve long admired her film portraits, which have been consistently stellar over the years,” says Sheila Nevins, who’s in charge of HBO’s documentaries.
Rashida Jones dating an “SNL” writer
The “Parks and Rec” star is reportedly in a relationship with fellow Harvard alum Colin Jost.
Jerry Seinfeld imagines what “Seinfeld” characters would be like today
George, he says, “would probably have a wife and kids — very normal, suburban. And he would be tortured.”
“Downton Abbey” previews Lady Mary in Season 4
“She’s very much within her own grief,” says Joanne Froggatt.
“American Horror Story” unveils 4 new creepy posters
Including one with Angela Bassett’s eyes scratched out.