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Former Comedy Central Digital Exec Jennifer Danielson Rejoins Above Average (Exclusive)

Jennifer Danielson, the former svp digital at Comedy Central, TV Land and Paramount Networks, has rejoined the comedy production company Above Average as its newest board member. Before joining ViacomCBS in 2017, Danielson was the president of Above Average, a subsidiary of Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video that she helped co-found in 2012. She also spent […]

‘Younger’ Nabs a Seventh Season at TV Land

TV Land is renewing 'Younger,' its hit original comedy, for a seventh season.

Darren Star on ‘Younger’ Staying Put at TV Land and Future Beyond a “Grounded” Season 6

'Younger' creator Darren Star talks season six of the Sutton Foster-starring TV Land series and tells The Hollywood Reporter he wants to do another season.

‘Teachers’ to End as TV Land’s Scripted Future in Question

Is TV Land getting out of the scripted originals space? Its last original comedy, 'Teachers,' will end with its current third season.

‘Younger’ Star Miriam Shor Nabs Lead in ‘Magic Hour’ Comedy (Exclusive)

Miriam Shor is set to play an embattled female filmmaker in 'Magic Hour,' an indie comedy by Jacqueline Christy to shoot in New York City.

Paramount Network Doubles Down on Darren Star With ‘Younger,’ ‘Emily in Paris’

'Younger' is moving from TV Land to Paramount Network, where it will join 'Emily in Paris,' a new comedy from creator Darren Star and 'First Wives Club.'

‘Nobodies’ Canceled at TV Land/Paramount Network

Melissa McCarthy-produced scripted comedy 'Nobodies' canceled at TV Land/Paramount Network.

‘Younger’ Renewed for Season 6 at TV Land

The announcement comes a day before the fifth cycle is set to bow on the Viacom-owned cable network.

‘Lopez,’ ‘Throwing Shade’ Canceled at TV Land

The Viacom-owned cable network is now down to two scripted originals: 'Younger' and 'Teachers.'

Melissa McCarthy TV Land Comedy ‘Nobodies’ Moving to Paramount Network (Exclusive)

'Nobodies' joins 'Heathers' and 'American Woman' as TV Land shows that are moving to Viacom's forthcoming general entertainment network, which will be rebranded from Spike in January.

Viacom CEO Bob Bakish Says He’s “Very Pleased” With Network Reset

He also told investors a low-price, skinny bundle will launch in the U.S. market by the end of the year.

Layoffs Hit Viacom as TV Land, Paramount Network Merge Key Operations

Spike exec vp programming Tom Zappala will exit as TV Land's Karen Cummins, Scott Gregory and Deva Newman add Paramount Network to their titles.