Republicans vote to ban CNN and NBC from hosting the presidential primary debates
The Republican National Committee is upset by the two networks making separate Hillary Clinton TV specials.
Asian American media watchdog urges Fox to reshoot the “racist” scenes on “Dads”
“Our community can’t continue to be the target of racially insensitive jokes,” says the head of the Media Action Network for Asian Americans.
“Glee” releases its 1st Season 5 promo
As expected, there is no hint of Cory Monteith’s passing.
Time Warner’s CBS blackout could last until the NFL season begins
That means three more weeks without CBS programming.
Oprah has a slap-worthy debut on “Watch What Happens Live”
Watch her reenact a powerful scene from her new “Butler” movie.
ESPN wanted to give Seth Meyers a late-night show
In fact, it was Meyers’ getting the “Late Night” gig that paved the way for Keith Olbermann to get his own late-night show. ESPN was interested in the “SNL” star after he successfully hosted the 2010 and 2011 ESPYs.
FXX kicks off with a “Parks and Rec” Labor Day marathon
It’ll be all “Parks” all day for the Sept. 2 “Treat Yo’ Self” marathon.
TV Land orders “Younger” from Darren Starr
The “Sex and the City” creator is making a comedy about a suddenly single 40-something New Jersey mother.
Watch a preview of Regis Philbin’s new Fox Sports 1 talk show
“Crowd Goes Wild” will go up against ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption.”
John Oliver gets a proper “Daily Show” sendoff
Current and former correspondents said goodbye to Oliver the only way they know how: “Whatever power you thought you had ends in about six minutes,” said Samantha Bee. PLUS: Oliver has become a “solid piece of manpower” at Comedy Central’s disposal.
Why did one cast member exit?
3 ABC Family shows are getting their own clothing line
The Crush by ABC Family collection will feature apparel from the cable network’s three highest-rated shows: “The Fosters,” “Switched at Birth” and “Twisted.”
Watch a 3-minute “Game of Thrones” deleted scene with Tyrion Lannister
This footage was originally released at Comic-Con. PLUS: HBO star Jeff Garlin was very upset by the Red Wedding.