Both sides are blaming each other in the TV tiff.
The reality competition show will enter its 14th season on Jan. 7, but what was once Fox’s biggest success story has recently taken some hits from which it will be hard to bounce back.
Warning: Extreme cuteness ahead.
Freelance reporter Erika Reidt seemingly criticized the Lakers for wearing “I can’t breathe” shirts. The comment prompted a flurry of responses on social media.
Scandal, The Mindy Project, and American Horror Story, we knew how to quit you.
Anal hasn’t always had a place on television.
As seen in the iconic episode, Bart Vs Australia.
One of the final season’s main plot lines involves a reporter using the terminal to chase down who is behind a hostile takeover attempt involving her network’s parent company AWN. Deals are dramatic!
Third-quarter earnings from the largest television network owners show a tepid advertising environment. Blame Nielsen. Or Ebola. Or something.
It isn’t broke yet, but it is clearly breaking. Taken from comments made by network owners and pay-TV distributors during their third quarter earnings calls.
Gavin Smith disappeared in 2012. His body was discovered last week in the desert north of Los Angeles.
Following an underwhelming third season, the Fox comedy has creatively rebounded in Season 4 by telling simpler, funnier stories. New Girl’s executive producers explain to BuzzFeed News how they regained control over their show.
Some inkspiration for that tattoo you always wanted.
As decided by Orlando Jones and Lyndie Greenwood.
Frank Sivero has sued Fox for $250 million in a lawsuit that claims the Simpsons’ character Louie is based on Frankie Carbone, who he played in Goodfellas.
DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns reveals the strategy behind the company’s sudden TV omnipresence, why secrecy isn’t always the best policy when it comes to superheroes, and why they’re doing things differently than Marvel.
A civil rights fight that was thought to have been eradicated years ago is nevertheless taking place in the entertainment industry. So why is Hollywood still “painting down” stuntpeople?
Welcome to Mystic Falls, bitch!
SimpsonsWorld.com launches Oct. 21 and will allow you to visit Springfield all day, every day.
Whatever result you get, don’t lose your head.
If you don’t ship Frank and Jenny already, get ready to.
Put the lime in the coconut… Then start sobbing uncontrollably about Bones.
According to GLAAD’s annual studies.
Don Hertzfeldt is the greatest, strangest animator you might not have heard of yet. And there’s a lot more to him than “I AM SIMPSON.”
“The world’s a lot better than you think it is…”
Fox’s entertainment division told BuzzFeed News it had no comment on the rape joke in the long-awaited hour-long crossover episode “The Simpsons Guy,” set to air this weekend. Seth MacFarlane’s publicist did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment.
It was a cliff-hanger, people. A real cliff-hanger.
The start of the fall TV season marks the first real concerted effort by the big four broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC — to highlight viewers for a show over a full week.The move reflects the shift away from live television viewing for entertainment programming and is aimed at prying more money away from advertisers.
Califorrrrrrrrrrniiiaaaaaaaaaaaa. Here we come.