With the end of USA’s “White Collar” (9 p.m. Thursday), the channel is losing its most consistent series.
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Stars from ABC’s two most recently canceled-too-soon cult comedies, Eliza Coupe of “Happy Endings” and Jay Harrington from “Better Off Ted,” come together for “Benched.”
In the animated “Mike Tyson Mysteries” (10:30 p.m. Monday, Adult Swim), the former champ travels the country in a van dubbed the Mystery Mobile and assists strangers with the help of his homeschooled Korean daughter, the ghost of the Marquess of Queensberry and a foul-mouthed, hard-drinkin’, hooker-lovin’ pigeon who used to be a man.
Frank Sivero, a character actor who played Frankie Carbone in “Goodfellas,” filed a $250 million lawsuit against Fox on Tuesday, claiming that his likeness was ripped off for use as the wiseguy Louie character on “The Simpsons.”
Nielsen and Adobe Systems Inc announced an alliance on Tuesday that aims to measure the viewership of digital video across all Internet-connected platforms including TVs, smartphones and tablets.
“Saturday Night Live” is giving its on-screen diversity another boost. NBC says the comic institution is adding Leslie Jones to its cast.
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A longtime “Late Show with David Letterman” cue card writer has been fired after physically assaulting a staff writer and insulting Letterman, according to the New York Post.
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actor Nicholas Brendon has been arrested in Idaho on multiple charges, including resisting arrest, according to a police report.
The Women’s Research Institute of Nevada and Vegas PBS are joining forces to talk about women’s contribution to Nevada history, just in time for the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the state.
CBS is jumping on the cord-cutting bandwagon, launching a stand-alone digital streaming service for $5.99 a month that will offer subscribers access to its current and older shows.
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One hundred years ago, Nevada women won the right to vote, six years before the 19th Amendment guaranteed that right for all American women.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff is investigating actor Stephen Collins, former “7th Heaven” star, on an allegation of indecent exposure or molesting a teenage girl three decades ago, the department said on Wednesday.
Time Warner Inc’s HBO will launch a standalone online streaming service next year to make hit shows such as “Game of Thrones” available to people who do not subscribe to cable television.
Netflix will stream all episodes of popular sitcom “Friends,” which ran for 10 seasons on NBC, to subscribers in the U.S. and Canada starting Jan. 1, 2015.
Comedian Jay Leno will return to television next year to host a new series about cars, the cable network CNBC said on Wednesday.
A pilot for the proposed reality series “Postmortem in Vegas” debuts at 10 p.m. Wednesday on Lifetime Movie Network.
By 1978, TV series had called Nevada home. Actor Rod Cameron patrolled the far reaches of the Silver State from 1956-59 on “State Trooper.” And the Cartwrights worked the Ponderosa ranch near Virginia City from 1959-73 on NBC’s “Bonanza,” which remains among the 10 longest-running scripted series in American history.
Actress Jan Hooks, best known for portraying first ladies Hillary Clinton, Betty Ford and Nancy Reagan on “Saturday Night Live” in the 1980s, died in New York, the office of her agent Lisa Lieberman said on Thursday. She was 57.
Actor Stephen Collins’ real-life scandal has cost him a role on “Scandal.”
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The Los Angeles Police Department rushed to “7th Heaven” star Stephen Collins’ rental home Tuesday night in response to a call of a loud bang, fearing the actor had committed suicide.