Fox And NBC To Stop Airing Trump Immigrant Ad Deemed RacistCNN had rejected the same ad, declaring it racist.
With Exposés, Book and TV deals, Farrow On Run Of A LifetimePerhaps the least surprising aspect of The New Yorker magazine's story on abuse allegations against New York's attorney general last week was Ronan Farrow's name on it.
Lauer Addresses Sexual Misconduct Claims, Saying "I Am Truly Sorry"Matt Lauer's firing as host of NBC's "Today" makes him the biggest media figure brought down by sexual misconduct allegations since Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes at Fox News.
Specific Allegations Revealed After Matt Lauer Fired At NBCHours after the firing, the trade publication Variety posted what it said was a two-month investigation that included dozens of interviews with current and former staffers who asked to remain anonymous.
Past "SNL" Performers & Staff Members Sign Statement Supporting FrankenA group of women who worked alongside Al Franken on "Saturday Night Live" have signed a statement of support for the Minnesota politician.
Billy Bush Says He's Ready To Get Back Into TelevisionFormer "Today" co-host Billy Bush says he's a better man and ready to get back into television seven months after being fired from his job at NBC.
'SNL' Writer Suspended For Tweet About Barron TrumpA "Saturday Night Live" writer has been suspended indefinitely after tweeting a poorly received joke about Donald Trump's 10-year-old youngest son, Barron.
Viral Video: Lip Sync BattleSpike TV and LL Cool J hosting notwithstanding, Jimmy Fallon and the Tonight Show came up with the original Lip Sync Battle.
Love Is On The Air!TV shows that were all love, all the time!
NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended For 6 MonthsBrian Williams the NBC "Nightly News" anchor who admitted he falsely recounted a story that he was in a helicopter that was hit by ground fire in Iraq in 2003 was suspended without pay by for six months.
CBS In Planning Stages For New Late-Night EraThe network is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night
Supreme Court Rules Against AereoThe Supreme Court has ruled against Aereo, the company that delivers television programs via a small antenna to subscribers.