Whoopi Goldberg’s family is getting a reality show
Goldberg will produce a “docuseries” focusing on her daughter Alex Martin and her three kids and their extended family.
“American Idol” is still Fox’s No. 1 show, so it was a no-brainer to renew it for a 14th season
While it was an easy decision to renew the long-running reality show, its downward ratings trajectory suggests that Fox will have a more difficult decision in future years.
“Gotham” boss explains his approach to the Batman prequel
"I did a lot of research,” says Bruno Heller, "and what it told me is this world is a little like Greek or Roman mythology. There are so many iterations of the story and so many great versions (that) there is no one road to go down. And if you stick to one of those roads, then you lose other parts you could go down. I read everything I could and then — I didn’t throw it away, but I started fresh.”
A&E’s reality TV slate includes “Dogs of War,” log cabin dating show “Love Prison” and “The Unproduceables”
A&E is planning unscripted shows on veterans and their dogs, online couples living in log cabins and a Florida retirement home.
Sarah Silverman’s brother-in-law is running for president of Israel
Solar energy entrepreneur Yosef Abramowitz, 50, announced his candidacy today. He is the husband of Susan Silverman, a Reform rabbi who is Sarah's older sister.
RIP Fox’s “Enlisted”
The military sitcom never stood a chance with its Friday timeslot.
Spike Lee will direct Katt Williams’ next HBO special
Williams, whose last HBO special aired in 2006, will tape his upcoming HBO special on May 17.
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” gets a season finale poster
Toronto art studio Phantom City Creative created this poster and posters for “The Avengers” and “Iron Man 3."
“The View” star Sherri Shepherd’s marriage is reportedly ending
According to Page Six, Shepherd has separated from her 2nd husband.
Nickelodeon renews “Breadwinners”
The animated series will be back for a 20-episode 2nd season.