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A North Dakota advertising agency is suing the creators of a Cartoon Network show, alleging that they copied a state marketing campaign.
Summer television used to be a wasteland, nothing but reruns and a handful of originals that weren't worthy of airing during the fall, winter or spring. But thanks largely to the ambitious and inventive offerings on cable, the TV landscape has transformed into a bountiful programming paradise.
One of the trickiest parts for an actress who plays a seductress is finding the chemistry with fellow actors to make conquests seem real.
This time "you're fired" is more than a Donald Trump catchphrase. Fox is turning the firing of real people from real jobs into prime-time entertainment starting this week.
Blake Shelton and NBC are putting together a benefit for Oklahoma tornado victims.
Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant will be hosted by a Jonas brother and an E! News personality.
Just about every time one of the nine regular "Arrested Development" cast members has been interviewed over the last six or so years, there comes that moment, usually awkward, where the reporter pauses, shifts gears and meekly begins, "So I just have to ask ..."
LOS ANGELES - Just two days before "Arrested Development" would release its first new episodes in seven years, creator Mitchell Hurwitz called David Cross with a frantic request: Could the actor do a quick reshoot? Cross, however, was sporting a full, dyed beard for another project and looked nothing like his "Arrested" character. No matter, Hurwitz told him, "We'll figure it out." The next day the actor found himself on a hastily arranged set, filling in a gap on the series that would premiere in Hollywood the following day.
Piers Morgan is going behind the scenes.
The idea of Michael Douglas playing Liberace might seem nearly as outrageous as Liberace himself.
Robin Roberts will tell the story of her battle with a life-threatening illness in a new memoir.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for May 13-19. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
For the past decade, the "American Idol" season finale has been one of television's biggest events of the year. Now it's not even TV's biggest event of the week.
Two charter airplanes carrying the "Today" show anchor team and their crew from Hawaii to Yellowstone National Park were diverted in the air to Oklahoma for coverage Tuesday of the catastrophic tornado outside of Oklahoma City.
Carol Burnett, who became famous for playing a variety of characters in sketch comedy routines on her namesake television show, was named the winner of the nation's top humor prize on Tuesday.
"The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" host Chris Harrison will again emcee the Miss America Pageant this September in Atlantic City, N.J.
FRESNO, Calif. - Anne Heche is a firm believer in second chances. That's why she connects so well with the role she's playing in the new NBC series "Save Me."
Q: I enjoy watching the reruns of "Murder, She Wrote" on the Hallmark Channel, but I am puzzled by something. In the spring of 1990, Angela Lansbury did not appear in six episodes except for a short intro at the beginning of each episode. Was she doing something else for those months or was this just an attempt to sell potential pilots featuring the detectives featured in those episodes that she knew and had worked with, including Michael Hagerty, Dennis Stanton and Harry McGraw?
Kellie Pickler came into the final "Dancing With the Stars" episode in second place but finished in first.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sent a letter to Khloe Kardashian informing the reality star the logo on her T-shirt line may be violating copyright law.
Portia de Rossi only believed it was happening when her agent got the good news from the producers. Michael Cera only believed it was happening when the cameras rolled.
Simon Cowell has added former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland and Latin artist Paulina Rubio to the cast of his competition show "The X Factor."
CBS has taken the scheduled season-ending episode of "Mike & Molly" off the air because its plot line revolved around a tornado threatening the couple.
Amid the purveyors of belly casts and placenta pills, sonogram art and cord banks at a recent baby gear extravaganza stood a smiling Rosie Pope, pregnancy advice guru, mommy concierge to the rich and, with any luck, the Martha Stewart of maternity.
An 87-year-old woman who alleges Donald Trump cheated her in a skyscraper-condo sale told jurors Monday she had qualms about suing the real estate mogul and TV celebrity. But, she quickly added, "Somebody had to stand up to him."