NBC debuted the first promo for next year's Golden Globe Awards duringThursday's The Sound of Music. Naturally, Fey and Poehler decided to showcase their singing abilities by previewing the opening song for the "party of the year."
Fox is cutting its back order for freshman comedy Dads.
After picking up a back-nine for the live-action comedy from executive producer Seth MacFarlane in October, the network has trimmed that order by three episodes, bringing the first-year show's total order to 19 as Fox re-evaluates its needs amid a crowded midseason schedule.
Fox has made yet another change to its midseason schedule.
Instead of a previously-set two-night premiere event for the return of The Following, the network will wrap up the freshman season of Sleepy Hollow with a two-hour finale on Monday, Jan. 20 from 8-10 p.m.
E! is set to explore the personal life of a celebrity journalist.
The cable network, which is continuing its push into scripted programming, is developing a remake of award-winning Australian comedy series Lowdown, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Lowdown is an hourlong scripted comedy that revolves around Alex, a celebrity journalist, and his dysfunctional relationships with his ex-girlfriend, editor and celebrity subjects. He will do what ever it takes to get a great story out of them -- from exposing illicit text messages to outing gay athletes.
Four years after Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles ended its run on Fox, Skydance Productions and Annapurna Pictures are teaming to bring the Arnold Schwarzenegger franchise back to TV.
The producers behind the upcoming fifth installment have tapped Thor and X-Men: First Class writers Zack Stentz and Ashley Miller to write and executive produce a new Terminator television series that will be a companion piece to the rebooted trilogy.
Rick and his dim grandson Morty are taking on Inception.
In the second episode of Adult Swim's new animated series Rick and Morty, from Community's Dan Harmon and Adventure Time'sJustin Roiland, the beer-swigging inventor creates a device to help get his troubled grandson out of math class.
Perhaps the biggest surprise about the news that we'll soon have a television series based on Terry Brooks' Shannara novels is that it's taken so long -- Brooks' fantasy series started way back in 1977, after all, and continues today with more than 25 books so far.