The cable news ratings seesaw for No. 2 has been in MSNBC's favor for some time, but not in July. CNN reclaimed runner-up status to Fox News Channel for the month by most key measures.
What's most disconcerting for MSNBC might be its total day average among the news demo of adults 25-54. Dropping 33 percent from July 2013, it actually ranked below HLN by 16,000 viewers for No. 4 status.
If there's one thing that America loves more than a live awards show, it's dogs. The CW aims to capitalize on both of those passions by launching a new kudo: The World Dog Awards.
Yes, the entire world of dogs will be eligible for an award. That includes the noble animals who risk their lives in the military and offer their assistance as medical service animals — and also dogs from entertainment and viral videos.
NBC Sports was one of the few to get into the Tim Howard business before that business was booming. The broadcaster first signed the soccer goalie in 2013 to do occasional commentary for its stateside coverage of the English Premier League.
Now that his star-making appearance during the 2014 World Cup is behind him, the new face of the U.S. team returns to the U.K. for his full-time job with Everton. This season he'll again be offering his voice to EPL telecasts — with the added bonus, for NBC Sports, of a wildly boosted profile.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from The Walking Dead comic book series.]
Is AMC's The Walking Dead planning to bring in current comics villain Negan?
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment from the newly released season-five trailer, Glenn (Steven Yeun) seems to be in imminent danger from an unknown character seemingly armed with a baseball bat about to take a swing at his head (see photo above).
The morning after the Bachelorette finale, newly engaged couple Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray stopped by Good Morning America, relieved that they could finally be seen together in public and dish on their relationship.
The Viacom-owned cable network announced late Monday that it has renewed the scripted drama about a fictional L.A. basketball team and its players, dancers and ownership. Season three will debut in May 2015 with 10 episodes, down two from its second season of 12 but on par with its freshman run.
USA Network's Sirens is adding a new series regular.
Actor Bill Nunn, who plays EMT Cash, has been promoted for the second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He appeared in nearly all the episodes in the half-hour comedy's rookie run as a recurring guest star.