CBS will put NFL stars on its entertainment shows to promote 'Thursday Night Football'

CBS will put NFL stars on its entertainment shows to promote “Thursday Night Football”
“You’ll get to see some NFL-themed programs within our own entertainment shows, where you’ll see players, coaches, even potentially owners who are not camera shy starring in some of our TV shows,” says CBS boss Les Moonves. “The entire company is behind NFL on Thursday night at CBS.” PLUS: NFL Draft is moving to L.A. or Chicago.

While promoting "Battle Creek," “House” creator seemed to battle “Breaking Bad” creator for attention
Vince Gilligan created “Battle Creek,” but will have almost nothing to do with the CBS series. “House” creator David Shore, meanwhile, will have everything to do with the series. Yet all the attention was focused on Gilligan, who couldn’t remember why he decided to call the pilot “Battle Creek” when he wrote it 12 years ago.

Entire “Guardians of the Galaxy” cast will visit Jimmy Kimmel on Monday
The visit is timed for the worldwide premiere.

Jim Gaffigan’s rejected CBS family comedy may land on TV Land
The sitcom inspired by Gaffigan’s real life went through two pilots over the past two years, culminating in two rejections.

CW’s #AskSupernatural Twitter hashtag backfires
The network wanted to engage viewers. Instead, it got deluged with angry questions from “Supernatural” fans.

Ad campaign features the non-famous David Letterman and Jon Stewart
The other Letterman and other Stewart talk about sharing a name with a celebrity.

Amazon to remake UK’s “Mad Dogs” with Shawn Ryan
“The Shield” creator will helm the U.S. version of the black comedy/thriller that aired on Sky1 for four seasons.

Turner Classic Movies launches the TCM Movie Locations Tour of Hollywood
The tour takes you to more than 50 filming locations, with a 65-inch screen on board to play clips.

A Swedish woman married to an American is unimpressed with “Welcome to Sweden”
In real life, Swedes would never try to speak English like an American, like they do on the Greg Poehler comedy.

Conan O’Brien joins Tinder, with the help of Dave Franco
Watch them sign up for and try out the dating app. PLUS: Conan bought an ad in The Hollywood reporter to promote his "Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda” role.

Sean Bean wants to resolve “unfinished business” on “Game of Thrones”
"I'm obviously not Jon Snow's dad,” he says. "And you need that to be revealed at some point, don't you?” PLUS: Listen to DJ Hodor’ music.

“Treme’s” Rob Brown settles racial profiling lawsuit with Macy’s
Brown sued last year after he was falsely accused of credit card fraud.

“Stalker” creator: "Everyone can be a stalker”
"Everyone can be a victim — women, men, children, groups, gangs. I mean, there's so many versions of stalking,” says Kevin Williamson.

Ryan Murphy teases “American Horror Story: Freak Show”
It’s Dot and Bette's first day.

This is what a broken Emmy statue looks like
Kathy Griffin claims Jeff Probst broke her Emmy.

"Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories” debuts Sept. 18
Each 15-minute episode "will unspool a chilling and perverse comic tale in each episode and feature an eclectic assortment of guests.”

“Married" and "You're the Worst” are big steps back for FX
“'Married' (and 'You're the Worst') traffic in masturbation jokes that seem dated even for high schoolers, but apparently some people never mature in their ability to express male-female struggles on any other level than the lowest and easiest one,” says Tim Goodman. "The ‘Married' pilot is forced, mostly unfunny and tragic in that you immediately want to root for (Nat) Faxon and (Judy) Greer, two very funny and very likable comic actors, to have better material. The entire cast gets an infinitesimal increase in material in future episodes, but it's difficult to recommend anyone sticking around while Married tries to improve its foundational flaws. 'You're the Worst' is even a — oh, fine, here goes — worse pilot, with the whole production seeming unsure of itself.” PLUS: “You’re the Worst” is the surprisingly smarter show, it’s actually quite gooey, “Married” is the far more substantial series, “Married’s” pilot is a nasty piece of work, both shows are pretty depressing, and both hilariously demolish rom-com conventions.

USA tries to be gritty with “Rush” and “Satisfaction”
Of tonight’s two new dramas, “Satisfaction” starring Matt Passmore bests “Rush” starring Tom Ellis. PLUS: “Satisfaction” wants to be “Hung” for basic cable, and “Satisfaction” mostly delivers.

GLAAD will hold off on reacting to 'Two and a Half Men’s' fake gay wedding

GLAAD will hold off on reacting to “Two and a Half Men’s” fake gay wedding
GLAAD’s president and CEO would only say in a statement: "We hope the show will acknowledge not only the progress made in acceptance of gay and lesbian couples, but also the fact that — in many areas of the country — same-sex couples are often under greater scrutiny or still barred from adoption options that straight couples have."

“The View” loses the demo ratings to “The Talk” for the 1st time
In the key women 25-54 demographic, “The Talk” bested “The View” by more than 60,000 viewers.

Check out Marilyn Manson as a “Sons of Anarchy” prisoner
Here is the rocker dressed in orange covered in tattoos.

MSNBC pranked by Howard Stern fan during Malaysian flight coverage
“It would appear the plane was shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass,” said the caller.

Howard Stern sidekick crashes a Long Island Railroad press conference to promote “Sharknado 2”
“There are sharks coming,” shouted Stern Show writer Benjy Bronk, who just happens to have a cameo in the Syfy movie.

Jason Biggs defends himself after insensitive Malaysian Airlines joke tweets
The “OITNB” star tweeted: "Hey all you ‘too soon’ assholes- it’s a f—ing joke. You don’t have to think it’s funny, or even be on my twitter page at all.”

Tracy Morgan spotted using a walker
The former “30 Rock” star was captured in NYC going to his doctor’s office.

“Dawson’s Creek’s” filming location is now flooded with raw sewage
The area of North Carolina where the WB series filmed is now facing an ecological disaster.

“Dating Naked” isn’t anything special
The VH1 reality show, premiering tonight, uses the same old reality TV formula. In fact, after a few minutes, you forget the contestants are naked.

“The Vampire Diaries” adds 4 new cast members, including Jodi Lyn O’Keefe
She’ll be joined by Chris Wood, Marco James and Jayson Warner Smith.

'Sons of Anarchy’s' final season kicks off Sept. 9 with a 1-hour, 45-minute premiere

“Sons of Anarchy’s” final season kicks off Sept. 9 with a 1-hour, 45-minute premiere
The Season 7 premiere will be followed by post-show "Anarchy Afterword.”

Alec Baldwin reacts to “30 Rock” mom Elaine Stritch’s death
"I'm sure that even God is a bit nervous right now,” he tweeted. "I love you, Elaine.”

“Milk" Oscar winner, Leonardo DiCaprio on board for a Charles “Lindbergh” miniseries
A. Scott Berg's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography on the famed aviator, “Lindbergh,” will be adapted by screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, who won an Academy Award for “Milk."

CBS criticized for a lack of diversity in new fall shows
The only minority lead on CBS’ new fall shows is Maggie Q. But CBS boss Nina Tassler pointed out that there is other kinds of diversity on shows like “Elementary,” “The Talk” and even “Two and a Half Men” with its upcoming gay marriage storyline.

“The Simpsons” to do its 1st live show at the Hollywood Bowl
"The Simpsons Take the Bowl” on Sept. 12, 13 and 14 will feature the entire cast on stage, plus Matt Groening and special guets "Weird Al” Yankovic, Beverly D’Angelo and Jon Lovitz.

“Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan welcome to work on his CBS “Battle Creek”
Gilligan created the cop show, but has said that he’ll be a spectator in its development. Still, CBS said Gilligan has an open invitation to work on his series.

Aaron McGruder’s next Adult Swim project: “Hooligan Squad”
“The Boondocks” creator is working on a pilot that is set in the future in Japanese-occupied San Francisco, following an American insurgency.

“Madam Secretary” was influenced by Hillary Clinton and the Benghazi hearings
The CBS drama won’t, however, have its secretary of state take an interest in running for president.

“ET’s” Rob Marciano will become chief meteorologist for “Weekend Good Morning America”
Marciano is leaving “Entertainment Tonight” because he wanted to return to his meteorology roots.

Female “Friends” stars reunite
With the 20th anniversary approaching in September, Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox last night had dinner together.

“NCIS: New Orleans” already has “NCIS” crossovers planned
“We’re currently planning an episode where Gibbs will make an appearance,” says exec producer Gary Glasberg, adding: “We have a storyline where Michael Weatherly is involved, Pauley Perrette is involved, David McCallum….”

“The Voice” adds Little Big Town as Blake Shelton’s adviser
The country quartet will be part of the show’s battle round.

CBS is 'very confident' a 'Big Bang Theory' deal will be done

CBS is “very confident” a “Big Bang Theory” deal will be done
“We’re feeling very confident that everything will work out,” CBS Entertainment chair Nina Tassler says of talks with the five leads. “These deals always get miraculously done.”

Elaine Stritch dies at 89: Broadway legend won 3 Emmys, including 1 for playing Jack Donaghy’s mom on “30 Rock”
Stritch’s other Emmy wins also include one for guesting on “Law & Order” and another for "Elaine Stritch at Liberty.”

Ashton Kutcher to marry Jon Cryer on “Two and a Half Men” so that they could adopt as a gay couple
CBS boss Nina Tassler calls the final season storyline a “great ride."

CBS is "looking for all types of hosts” at 12:30 am, including political hosts
“The knee-jerk reaction is to go for another traditional, behind-the-desk interview show,” says CBS boss Nina Tassler. "But we are looking for all types of hosts, there is the political world, not just the comic world.” As for Stephen Colbert, she says there is talk of whether or not he’ll need a band.

Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert film a “Star Wars” video for charity
Check out “The Daily Show” host as Princess Leia. PLUS: Check out Colbert as Marvel’s “The Falcon."

CBS would "love the opportunity to take another shot” at “How I Met Your Dad”
"Craig and Carter and Emily, we adore those guys, we want very much to stay in business with them,” CBS boss Nina Tassler told critics.


“Once Upon a Time” bosses talk about their “Frozen” plans — including no Olaf
"It wouldn’t fit and it’s so beautiful, his story in the movie,” says exec producer Adam Horowitz. "The story we want to tell doesn’t involve trying to expand upon that, nor do we think it should.”

Watch Jerry Seinfeld & Jon Stewart attempt to ride in a 1978 AMC Gremlin for “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee"
It’s the same car Stewart used to drive around in New Jersey as a teenager.

Cory Monteith’s mom: “The loss is horrendous … until three days ago I couldn't look at a picture of Cory”
Ann McGregor spoke for the first time about her “Glee” son’s death with “GMA."

“Extant” dips in Week 2, but was last night’s highest-rated show
About 7.87 million watched last night’s episode. Meanwhile, “Extant’s” series premiere got a big DVR boost.

Watch Drake’s awkward Donald Sterling rap from ESPYs
Drake’s rap, using Sterling’s words, was greeted with silence.

Brooks Wheelan posts a pic of the Cal Tech lab he worked in 1 year ago, says he’s “grateful” to “SNL" for giving him a comedy career
Wheelan, who was an engineer by day and a standup comic at night, wrote on Instagram: "Last year at this time I worked in this lab at Cal Tech. SNL might have fired me, but because of them I have a career in comedy now which is pretty coo and I'm grateful.”

Michael Strahan picked NFL on Fox’s Jay Glazer to present him at the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Glazer will help induct Strahan on Aug. 2.

BBC apologizes to 'Doctor Who' boss, cast, crew and fans over leaking

BBC apologizes to “Doctor Who” boss, cast, crew and fans over leaking
Said the BBC: "Our sincere apologies again to Steven Moffat, the cast and production team who toil long hours to make the show in Cardiff, the BBC, and of course the fans who expect so much better.”

Here’s your 1st look at “Once Upon a Time’s” Queen Elsa from “Frozen”
Georgina Haig had her hair braided up for the role.

Jerry Seinfeld poses as an anonymous CIA employee on “The Daily Show”
Watch the anonymous whistleblower Seinfeld expose CIA secrets.

Conan "calls out" Stephen Colbert for claiming to make “television history” by showing a Masturbating Bear on air
Conan O’Brien said that Colbert’s tweet nearly killed his own Masturbating Bear, who’s been on TV for 18 years.

Nathan Fielder’s green card lists him as a female
The “Nathan For You” star showed Letterman his green card listing him as an “F” under gender.

Britain's “Saturday Night Takeaway” may come to the U.S.
The weekly variety show hosted by the original “Pop Idol” hosts Ant and Dec first launched in the UK in 2002. ITV is trying to shop an American version.

Shania Twain for “Dancing with the Stars”?
There’s talk she may join next season’s cast.

Report: “True Detective” Season 2 will be “Chinatown”-esque
The murder of a California city manager will kick off Season 2’s investigation, according to Film Divider.

Watch “SportsCenter” host Stuart Scott’s moving ESPYs speech
Scott spoke about battling cancer while accepting the Jimmy V Award. PLUS: ESPYs host Drake sang “Let It Go” as Manny Pacquaio.

“True Blood’s” Deborah Ann Woll joins Netflix’s “Daredevil”
She’ll play Matt Murdock’s longest-running love interest, Karen Page.

Beyonce nets the most MTV VMA nominations
Meanwhile, past VMA favorites Lady Gaga and Britney Spears got no VMA love this year.

CBS will let its NFL announcers decide whether to use “Redskins” or not
"We haven’t talked to them yet,” says CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus. “Generally speaking, we do not tell our announcers what to say or not say."

Watch a glimpse of “Garfunkel & Oates"
Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome’s comedy-folk duo get the IFC sitcom treatment, featuring a cameo by Ben Kingsley.

Netflix’s “Grace & Frankie” adds June Diane Raphael and Baron Vaughn
She’ll play Martin Sheen and Jane Fonda’s daughter and he’ll play Sam Waterston and Lily Tomlin’s adopted son from Uganda, who identifies as an American Jew.

'The Big Bang Theory' cast is still without contracts 2 weeks before Season 8 starts production

“The Big Bang Theory” cast is still without contracts 2 weeks before Season 8 starts production
If a deal isn’t struck with the original five stars by July 30, production will be delayed — though a short delay won’t affect the Sept. 22 season premiere.

Shonda Rhimes doesn't see “Scandal” lasting to Season 8
"I've already decided when Scandal is ending,” she tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I think there's only so much ‘Scandal' you can tell satisfactorily. The Fitz-Liv thing can only be told so long and in such a way. It's not a 10-season or eight-season show. I've already decided how long that is and what that's going to be. I'm not really worried about that."

Jason Lee joins Amazon’s “Cocked”
He’ll play Sam Trammel’s brother and Brian Dennehy’s son in a dramedy about a family gun business.

Latest “True Detective” rumor: Ewan McGregor?
A British tabloid says McGregor is planning to meet with show creator Nic Pizzolatto about a possible role.

Jerry Seinfeld: I’m considering a "Comedians in Cars All-Stars” season
In a Facebook Q&A, Seinfeld also revealed he reviews the coffee shops he visits on Yelp and that next week “Comedians in Cars” will get a spinoff show showing compilations from other episodes patched together. PLUS: The 12 most-underrated “Seinfeld” episodes.

Andy Samberg buys Charlie Chaplin’s former home for $6.25 million
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star's new Hollywood Hills mansion was also the former home of actress Mary Astor.

Chelsea Handler called tasteless for dressing her sidekick as Hitler
The “Chelsea Lately” star has come under fire for celebrating Germany’s World Cup win with Chuy dressed as the Nazi dictator.

Kickstarter campaign wants a “Breaking Bad” spinoff starring Slash and Val Kilmer
What if they played U.S. Marshals who are seeking to determine if Walter White is still alive?

Listen to the R&B singer who will dub Whitney Houston’s songs for Lifetime movie
Does Deborah Cox sound like Whitney?

Carrie Preston talks about her “True Blood” tears
"Well, there was no problem accessing the emotion for me that day,” she says of this week’s episode. PLUS: Anna Paquin now has purple and blue hair.

ESPN and Sean Astin revive “Rudy” for a college football playoffs promo
Watch Astin reprise his 1993 movie role.

What “The Leftovers” can learn from “Lost”
Damon Lindelof’s HBO series, says Steve Bryant, "never really gives us a reason to give a sh*t. I think there's a simple reason why we don't. It's because we never got to see the rapture happen. All we saw in the pilot episode was a missing baby, a fender bender, and a kid calling out for his dad."

Here are the most iconic moments from Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live”
Over the past five years, Tina Fey has gotten drunk and Oprah has said the word “breasteses!”

Jason Biggs meets his real-life “OITNB” counterpart
The real Larry is named Larry Smith. PLUS: Why is the TV Larry such a jerk compared to the real Larry?

Woody Allen’s never-aired 1972 PBS special attacking Richard Nixon surfaces on YouTube
Check out “Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story.” PLUS: HBO special presents “Nixon By Nixon: In His Own Words."

“Full House’s” Candace Cameron Bure facing a backlash for going on a 5-day cleanse
The “Dancing” alum insists that the cleanse is intended not to lose weight, but to get her body back on track.

What it’s like to receive an e-mail from Louis CK
“Hi, begins one e-mail sent in 2011.  "This is LOuie.  It seriously is me. Im even going to leave the O stuipdly capatalized because who would pay an intern to do that??"

“Hawaii Five-0” adds Amanda Setton
“The Crazy Ones” alum will play Masi Oka’s new medical examiner trainee.

Should it matter that “Game of Thrones” will have no female directors next season?
As Carolyn Cox notes, "it’s important to have female voices on a series which often depicts women being silenced.” PLUS: Man climbs the real “GoT” wall with no ropes.

How not to get fired on “SNL”: Do characters, not impressions
Fired featured player Noel Wells was great at impersonating people like Zooey Deschanel and Lena Dunham. But the problem with impressions is that you tend to disappear into your character. While creating a character offers something unique.

Why does Oxygen keep failing to try appeal to young women?
The original Oprah network announced this week yet another rebrand to hook young female viewers.

A Bea Arthur fan has created a “Bea A Day” Tumblr blog
Artist Mike Denison has resolved to create a different Bea Arthur drawing every day for one year.

“The Vampire Diaries” adds another new character
Emily C. Chang will play Ivy, a "quintessential girl next door with an unexpected wild side.”

Watch “Boardwalk Empire” creator talk for 4 1/2 hours
Terence Winter recently sat down with the Archives of American Television.

PBS sets “Icon” Al Capone for "Gangster Night"
The legendary mobster will be part of next Tuesday’s “Gangster Night” on PBS in an "Icon" special.

Michael Vartan hit with divorce papers
The “Alias” and “Bates Motel” vet has been married for three years.

Go behind the scenes of “The Librarians” filming in Oregon
The Noah Wyle series is the latest TNT series to call Oregon home.

On “Virgin Territory," MTV thinks virgins are weird
The reality show about virgins takes a psychological approach to learning why these young people are still virgins out of high school. PLUS: “Virgin Territory” would’ve been perfect six years ago during the teen pregnancy reality show era, and it explores a serious topic in an un-serious way.

WE’s first scripted series “The Divide” is surprisingly good
The cable network known for reality shows like “Marriage Boot camp” has turned in a drama that isn’t “frilly or fun,” says Alessandra Stanley. "It is a smart, intense thriller inspired by the Innocence Project, the nonprofit organization that uses DNA testing to fight to reverse wrongful convictions — including many in death penalty cases.” PLUS: Every character is developed with an intriguingly complex moral point of view, the problematic casting is "decidedly off-Broadway,” and how does co-creator Tony Goldwyn juggle “The Divide” and “Scandal”?

MTV to announce VMA nominees via Snapchat

MTV to announce VMA nominees via Snapchat
The nominees will be unveiled Thursday morning via eight 10-second Snapchat videos.

Dermot Mulroney joins “Shameless”
He’ll co-star in Season 5 as Fiona’s new boss.

Sony Playstation’s “Powers” announces its cast
Susan Heyward will play the female lead, joining Max Fowler and Adam Godley.

“ET” co-host Rob Marciano is leaving after 18 months
Marciano wants to go back to his hard news roots.

HBO to make Bryan Cranston’s LBJ play “All the Way” into a film
Steven Spielberg is on board to executive produce the film adaptation of the Tony-winning play.

Danica McKellar is engaged
“The Wonder Years” alum is set to marry boyfriend Scott Sveslosky. PLUS: Fred Savage to direct a “Goldbergs” episode.

Watch the official trailer for “12 Monkeys”
The Syfy series based on the movie premieres in January.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” boss: “There is a time jump”
The cast and crew of the Fox series gave critics a tour of their set today.

Lena Dunham’s book tour is nearly sold out
The short 11-stop tour featuring a series of celebrity guests has been called “as twee as we’d hope.”

NBC’s “The Mysteries of Laura” will debut early, after the “America’s Got Talent” finale
The Debra Messing series will premiere one week early, on Sept. 17.

Actress with small roles on “Walking Dead” and “Vampire Diaries” gets 18 years in prison for sending ricin to President Obama
The 36-year-old got the maximum sentence under a plea deal.

Cote de Pablo returning to CBS for miniseries 'The Dovekeepers'

Cote de Pablo returning to CBS for miniseries “The Dovekeepers”
She’ll play one of four extraordinary women whose lives intersect at the siege of Masada. The four-hour miniseries from Mark Burnett and Roma Downey is based on Alice Hoffman’s historical novel.

Drake plans to break the Internet during tonight’s ESPYs
Will he and rival Chris Brown appear in a sketch together?

OWN to air another Tyler Perry show: “If Loving You is Wrong”
Bowing Sept. 9, “If Loving You is Wrong” will focus on a group of normal-seeming middle-class friends who "underneath are battling with destructible forces, such as heartbreak, deceit and lies.”

Former “Daily Show” boss to helm Larry Wilmore’s “The Minority Report”
Rory Albanese will not only executive produce, but may have an on-camera role on the new Comedy Central show.

Jillian Michaels: I left 'The Biggest Loser' because I was being portrayed too harshly

Jillian Michaels: I left “The Biggest Loser” because I was being portrayed too harshly
As a result, she says, "millions of people have this warped negative perception of me.” Then there was the Rachel Frederickson controversy. "I had to take a hard look at my work” after that, she says.

Robert Forster to play dad to Rainn Wilson’s “Backstrom”
He’ll appear in two episodes this season.

John Oliver tells Howard Stern HBO doesn’t care what he does
HBO doesn’t have a liaison to “Last Week Tonight” and doesn’t provide him any network notes, Oliver says. “They don’t care. In the best way,” says Oliver. "It’s either incredible artistic freedom or they’re not watching."

Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” premiered 5 years ago today
To mark the anniversary, Cohen revealed his Top 5 dream guests, including Michelle Obama, Madonna, Beyonce, David Letterman and Howard Stern.

Sports radio host refers to Erin Andrews “a gutless b*tch”
"I hate her!” WEEI’s Kirk Minihane said of Andrews, after they played a clip of her interviewing a player at the all-star game. "What a gutless bitch! Go away. Drop dead. I mean, seriously what the hell is wrong with her?”

A drunk Charlie Sheen captured stumbling through a Taco Bell drive-thru
Watch Sheen show off his tats.

Letterman reveals his fave sandwich
Dave and Jason Segel talked sandwiches vs. burritos last night. After which, Segel sent “The Late Show” a bunch of sandwiches.

ABC Family is shifting its focus from families to women in their 20s
The goal is to make ABC Family a young-adult network.

Billy Eichner to write his 1st book

Billy Eichner to write his 1st book
The "Billy on the Street” will give his take on Hollywood and pop culture.

Erin Andrews: My NFL on Fox promotion won’t keep me away from “Dancing with the Stars”
This fall, Andrews will work the NFL sidelines on Sundays and “Dancing” on Mondays. "I am going to have time for 'Dancing with the Stars.' That was all part of our negotiations,” she says. PLUS: New “Dancing” boss doesn’t know if Maksim will return.

There’s a secret code to getting HBO without cable TV
A phrase like “Internet Plus” may just do the trick.

The first woman finishes “American Ninja Warrior's” finals course
Gymnast Kacy Catanzaro used her 5-foot frame to her advantage to make it to the finals.

Jon Stewart deserves kudos for asking Hillary Clinton the tough questions
As Daniel D’Addario notes, “The Daily Show” host, "historically tooth-rottingly deferential to people in power, broke with tradition by giving Hillary Clinton the best roasting she’s gotten on her press tour. After so many tame interviews, Stewart rose to the occasion with surprisingly tough questions. And Clinton still managed to escape pretty much unscathed.”

Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel are improving the image of their networks
While the evidence isn’t direct, a study by YouGov’s BrandIndex found that “late-night stars are one way that consumers identify with a network.” And NBC and ABC are fourth and fifth, respectively in terms of improving the consumer perception of their brands.

Anna Paquin says “I’ve been on HBO too long” after repeatedly referring to her breasts on “Late Night” as “t*ts”
“Let me just say, this is the cleanest episode of ‘True Blood’ you've ever seen,” Seth Meyers said after Paquin had to be bleeped multiple times.

Adam West to reprise his role as “Batman” in the Lego video game
West will also be part of the “Lego Batman” Comic-Con panel next week.

Why “The Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman is boring: She’s confident, trusting and not needy
She also doesn’t fear intimacy, which makes her a “meh” romantic lead.

Maggie Gyllenhaal’s “The Honorable Women” won’t be back for a 2nd season
There’s only going to be one story.

Fired “SNL”-er Brooks Wheelan can’t wait to see his “Best of” DVD
Wheelan’s new standup comedy set is called “Brooks Wheelan Falls Back on Stand-Up Comedy."

“Justified’s” Raymond J. Barry joins “The 100”
He’ll play Dante, the “quietly powerful” leader of the Mountain Men.

Disney Channel is devoting this weekend to “Frozen”
Watch 26 Disney Channel stars sing a “Frozen” song together. PLUS: Ex-Disney Channel star Aly Michalka gets engaged.