The full 25-year run of “The Simpsons” will arrive on cable channel FXX with a summer marathon, to be followed this fall by a digital extravaganza that could turn other TV shows yellow with envy.
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Glum news for “Glee” — Britain’s High Court ruled Friday that the musical TV show must change its name because it breaches the trademark of a chain of comedy clubs.
USA has lawyers, spies, federal agents and, with “Rush” (9 p.m. Thursday), two concierge-doctor dramas.
The annual gathering, July 31-Aug. 3 at the Rio, will be highlighted by appearances by four captains: William Shatner, Scott Bakula, Avery Brooks and Kate Mulgrew.
William P. Rush, a doctor with a drug problem, provides private, on-call care to a variety of wealthy clients on the new USA drama. It’s basically a cross between “House” and “Royal Pains.”
The History channel series set at Count’s Kustoms is back with a batch of new episodes.
Unlike most every other series about vampires, there’s absolutely nothing sexy about the bloodsuckers of Sunday’s new drama from Guillermo del Toro and “Lost’s” Carlton Cuse.
Matt Bendik, the boyfriend of “Glee” star Becca Tobin, has been found dead in a Philadelphia hotel room.
If Wendy Williams wants to attempt stand-up comedy for the first time, it’s just a matter of choosing a casino. And The Venetian just happens to be launching a women-of-comedy series “Lipshtick.”
The fantasy saga “Game of Thrones,” defying the Emmy Awards’ grudging respect for genre fare, emerged as the leader in the nominations announced Thursday with 19 bids, including best drama series.
“Pawnography” (10 p.m. Thursday, History) finds Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell of “Pawn Stars” fame competing against viewers in a three-round trivia competition.
“You’re a bagman for movie stars. You’re also an extortionist and a wiretapper. Basically, you’re an all-around piece of (excrement).”
Astronaut Molly Woods just returned from a 13-month solo mission in space, but she didn’t return alone. She’s pregnant. Somebody’s got some ’splainin’ to do!
It’s TV you can’t look away from. Literally.
The Rio headliner will host Sportsman Channel’s “Camp Stew,” a 10-episode series showcasing “some of the craziest outdoor videos ever recorded.”
Yahoo and Sony Pictures Television announced Monday that the show’s creator, Dan Harmon, will serve as an executive producer for 13 new episodes.
AMC said Tuesday that it will fill its Sunday night schedule for nearly two months with reruns of the popular series that starred Bryan Cranston, which aired its last original episode last September. Every episode will be shown during the network’s “Breaking Bad Binge.”
The Comedy Central series is hopefully the only place you’ll ever see the words “ ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic as Adolf Hitler.”
Full disclosure: I loved “Lost.” Didn’t even mind the ending all that much.
The latest entry into the growing catalog of zombie stories in the entertainment world is filming its 13-episode first season in Spokane.
The cable channel will air 25 of the most popular episodes of the series, which got off to a less-than-auspicious start on July 5, 1989.
The father of the young man who killed six people and injured 13 others near the University of California, Santa Barbara, last month says it’s his “duty” to help prevent future mass killings.
I approached NeNe Leakes in the lobby of “Zumanity.” She sat tall in her latex costume and Christian Louboutin heels. We were surrounded by a phalanx of “Real Housewives” cameras, microphones and crew workers.
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