"Due to the recent water main break near the UCLA campus and the resulting water damage to Pauley Pavilion, Teen Choice 2014 will relocate to The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles," said Bob Bain, executive producer of the show. "We wish the best to the team at UCLA as they begin repairs."
The awards will air Sunday, Aug. 10 from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT.
David Letterman does not melt. Late night's outgoing elder statesman built his career on the ability to dance between goofball and smart aleck, but there's always a stoicism to his humor — that is, until you put two dachshunds on a treadmill. His voice rises a few octaves, and suddenly he's hunched over in awe and oblivious to the 460-some crowd in the Ed Sullivan Theatre.
ABC's Thursday 8 p.m. slot strikes again. The hour brought an especially soft opening for new reality series The Quest, which premiered to just a 0.7 rating and 2.8 million viewers. That's almost half of last summer's best comparison on ABC: Sunday night's Whodunnit?
Lead-outs Rookie Blue and NY Med, both of which averaged a 0.9 rating in the key demo, were even with last week.
CBS topped the night with Big Brother. The latest episode averaged an even 2.1 rating with adults under 50.
Nicole Richie has a message for a certain group of "bitches." And the message involves her supposed affinity for farm animals.
The Hollywood Reporter presents an exclusive clip from this week's new episode of Richie's VH1 series Candidly Nicole. In the clip, Richie pretends to be a fan of farm life in order to win over her peers.
Some things truly are better the second time around — like Sharknado's ratings.
The Syfy original telepic Sharknado 2: The Second One set a network record on Wednesday night with 3.9 million viewers for its premiere telecast. That makes it the most-watched movie in network history. What's more: It nabbed 1 billion Twitter impressions, according to the cable network.
A new look at what appears to be Netflix's foray into Family Guy-style animated programming has arrived.
The trailer for BoJack Horseman, starring Will Arnett,Amy Sedaris and Aaron Paul, features jokes that wouldn't be out of place in a Seth MacFarlane series — complete with adult language, random incidents and awkward pauses. The animated comedy revolves around an actor ("the biggest TV star of the '90s") decades past his prime.