Dana Delany: "Body of Proof" isn't being resurrected
Three weeks after a report that ABC was interested in reviving the canceled crime drama, Delany has announced on Twitter that "Body of Proof" will not be coming back. "May she rest in peace," she adds. "Time for new adventures."
"Survivor" stars who competed in Philippines are helping raise money for Typhoon Haiyan relief
Jeff Probst and former players, including Lisa Whelchel and John Cochran, will pitch in to raise money on several CBS affiliates.
TV Guide Network's new shows include a New Kids on the Block cruise
"Rock the Boat" will let fans cruise with their favorite bands, starting with NKOTB. TV Guide Network will also air a show on Hollywood Blvd's "Tour Wars," plus a "Celebrity Celebrity" game show from "Scandal's" Joshua Malina.
"Person of Interest" adds Camryn Manheim and Saul Rubinek
They'll appear in a multi-episode arc early next year.
Disney is shutting down SOAPnet
The 14-year-old soap opera cable channel will be replaced by Disney Junior.
"The Blacklist" No.1 on Monday
James Spader's freshman drama dominated the 10 pm hour, including ABC's "Castle."
Jon Cryer: I don't wear a hairpiece, but my hair is painted on
Watch him come clean to Conan about his "roll-on hair."
Farrah Abraham is poised to join "Couples Therapy" -- even though she's single
The "Teen Mom" reportedly is getting on the VH1 reality show after she was turned down last season.
Jimmy Fallon and Billy Crystal spoof "Duck Dynasty"
With "Schmuck Dynasty."
"Breaking Bad's" RJ Mitte is hoping to start a band
Mitte has been learning piano and guitar in hopes of launcing a music career. I have a bit of an issue as I only have one good hand and one good ear, but I'm slowly getting over it one day at a time," he says. "We'll see what happens." PLUS: Mitte is in a wheelchair for "Switched at Birth."
Stevie Nicks is coming to "American Horror Story"
She'll play herself in a "Coven" season that has featured her music.
A&E orders "Wahlburgers" reality show from Mark and Donnie Wahlberg
The reality show will take viewers behind the scenes of the Wahlberg family burger restaurant.
Fox orders an "Everest" event series
Hikers will attempt to conquer Mount Everest in this 10-episode event series that could be renewed for more seasons.
Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel last night told the same monlogue joke
Both Kimmel and Fallon told the exact joke about Miley Cyrus and her EMAs joint-smoking.
"Crazy" voting system blamed for Elizabeth Berkley's shocking "Dancing" ouster
"I think it's the new system that the votes from last week count for this week and it makes it more unpredictable and it's crazy," says Derek Hough.
Sam Waterston appears on "Colbert" as "Poncho Denews "
Watch "The Newsroom" star make fun of "60 Minutes."
CNN names a new host for "Reliable Sources"
The Sunday media show will be hosted by the NY Times' Brian Stetler, who replaces Howard Kurtz, who now hosts a media show on Fox News.
Louis CK's reading of The Gettysburg Address pales in comparison to Stephen Colbert
Louis CK also participated in Ken Burns' Gettysburg project.
David Morrissey: "I really hope to make it to season 5 of 'The Walking Dead'"
The actor talks about the "Line of Sight" pilot for AMC and his future as The Governor on "The Walking Dead."
Stephen Colbert delivers The Gettysberg Address as Abraham Lincoln
It's part of Ken Burns' project to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the address, which happens on Nov. 12. Burns is also releasing a film on "The Address" in April.
Kate Upton is wanted for the female lead in "Entourage" movie
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model is in early talks to join the cast, according to The Wrap.
Alec Baldwin's MSNBC show is losing its most important viewers
Baldwin has lost 41% of his viewers in the key demo since his launch last month.
"SNL" alum Abby Elliott joins Conan's TBS' pilot "Dream Comedy"
She and Dan Fogler will star in a "post-recession" comedy about a town that is reinvigorated by the opening of a brewery.
Elisabeth Rohm books "Beauty and the Beast" gig
The "Law & Order" alum will guest as an FBI agent over four episodes.
Amy Poehler: "Parks and Rec" will bring back Ann & Chris as much as possible
This is the last week of filming for Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones. "Knowing our show, no one ever really leaves Pawnee — we still call people back that did stuff in the first and second season," she says. "So, I’m certain that Rob and Rashida will make their way back to Pawnee as many times are we can drag them."
Why are black entertainers so successful in daytime, but not primetime?
Queen Latifah, Cedric the Entertainer, Steve Harvey and Michael Strahan have found success on daytime TV, but few black performers are prominently featured in primetime.
Travel Channel orders Adam Richman's "Eat Secrets," plus 4 new shows
"Resort Recon" is joining "Castle Secrets & Legends," "Hotel Secrets & Legends" and "National Park Secrets & Legends" on the Travel Channel schedule.
Kids today live in an on-demand TV world
Today's children don't understand the concept of live TV, or waiting for a show to air at a certain time.
George R.R. Martin thanks Australians for illegally downloading "Game of Thrones"
"When the first series came out on TV, I found out Australia led the world in illegal downloads because they weren't willing to wait six months to watch," he says. "In a way, I take that as a compliment."
Rob Lowe: "The West Wing" is the best TV show ever made -- better than "Breaking Bad"
"I would love 'The West Wing' if I wasn't on it," Lowe tells Larry King. "I just happened to be on it. I think it's a tremendous show."
Clint Eastwood's wife returns to anchoring local news after E! reality stint
Former E! reality star Dina Eastwood has returned to KSBW in Monterey, CA, where she first met Clint in 1992.
Are the anti-Jimmy Kimmel protesters overreacting?
Kimmel and ABC have apologized profusely for the "kill everyone in China" skit, yet that hasn't been enough for certain members of the Chinese American community.
Son of "Doctor Who's" 1st writer demands BBC stop using the TARDIS
Stef Coburn, whose dad Tony Coburn wrote the first "Who" episode, says the BBC's rights to use the TARDIS expired when his dad died in 1977. PLUS: Meet the man behind the "Who" titles.
"SportsCenter" will try more celeb guest co-anchors after Ken Jeong boosts ratings
The struggling 6 pm ET "SportsCenter" may have found a reliable way to get viewers interested again.
Ben McKenzie on his "O.C." past: "We were all babies. Such babies"
McKenzie recalls how he and everybody behaved like jerks from the sudden fame of the Fox series.
"Hot in Cleveland" books Chris Isaak
The crooner will play a famous musician not named Chris Isaak.
DirecTV now has a "Before Netflix" menu
Is this a subtle jab at the video on-demand service?
Shocker: Kerry Washington looks bad on a magazine cover
Did Lucky magazine do too much airbrushing on the "Scandal" star?
"Betrayal" and "Hostages'" limited-run status may have saved them from the axe
It's easy for networks to not cancel a series when it's going to end soon anyway.
"Girls" star and ex-Marine Adam Driver will spend tonight performing for troops
Driver and his wife are founders of Arts in the Armed Forces, which stages performances for members of the military.
Can "Meet the Sloths" become the new "Meerkat Manor"?
Animal Planet has started its eight-part exploration of sloths.
"Family Ties" mom Meredith Baxter is marrying her girlfriend
According to TMZ, the 66-year-old Baxter has just received her marriage license.
Letterman asks Julianna Margulies about her and George Clooney?
Are the former "ER" stars still close?
ABC's "What Would You Do?" returns in December
The ABC News hidden came show is back on Dec. 3.
"Bones" bringing back a dead character
The character will "be back in the flesh," says exec producer Stephen Nathan.
8 great TV series you probably haven't seen
From "Samurai Jack" to "Star Blazers."
Now on Hulu: Tony winner James Corden in BBC's "The Wrong Mans"
The former "Gavin & Stacey" star is featured in this comic spy thriller.
This fall's new trend: Acting pairs?
From "The Crazy Ones" to "Sleepy "Hollow," there are a lot of two-character shows new this season.
"American Experience" kicks off a 2-night exploration of JFK's life
Tonight examines John F. Kennedy's life before the presidency and Tuesday will look back at his days in the White House.
NBC may not use the "Murder, She Wrote" title for its reboot
Potentially good news for Angela Lansbury: NBC hasn't decided whether to use the "Murder" name. Additionally, Octavia Spencer won't be playing Jessica Fletcher. According to Deadline, NBC determined that only Angela Lansbury could play that character.
"Killing Kennedy" gets ratings for Nat Geo, edging out "Killing Lincoln"
About 3.4 million watched the Nat Geo movie starring Rob Lowe, the highest-rated program in Nat Geo history, which had slightly more viewers than the "Killing Lincoln" film that aired in February.
Bravo partners with Spotify
Music supervisors on Bravo shows will begin creating special playlists as part of Spotify's first TV partnership.
Cinemax acquires Robert Kirkman's comic "Outcast"
"The Walking Dead" honcho's potential new series follows a man who's been possessed since childhood.
"Human Giant" duo film a live TV special aboard a giant glass bus
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel are turning their live show "Crash Test" -- created by Aziz Ansari -- into a TV special.
"The View" has a Medal of Honor recipient as guest co-host for Veteran's Day
"I've got to touch you. There are no words," Barbara Walters said to Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living U.S. Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam war.
Stephen Moyer to direct "True Blood's" final season premiere
This will be Moyer's 3rd time behind the camera.
Watch the aftermath of Sacha Baron Cohen's old lady prank
BBC America has posted the full clip from the Brittania Awards.
"Cagney & Lacey" star Paul Mantee dies
Mantee, 82, played Det. Al Corassa from 1983 to 1985.
Parents TV Council applauds MTV for censoring Miley Cyrus smoking a joint
Last night MTV made a responsible decision and they executed it perfectly," says the conservative watchdog. "It is unclear whether MTV's actions suggest stricter content guidelines for its TV-14 programming, or whether this is just an example of the old saying that 'even a broken clock is right twice each day.' We certainly hope it is the former."
Report: Arsenio Hall's ratings are sinking
After a strong start, Arsenio Hall's new talk show is in a "downward spiral," according to Fox News.
Lena Dunham interviews her pal Mindy Kaling
A teen girls' website got the "Girls" honcho to sit down with her "Mindy Kaling" project friend. Among the questions asked are "Do you feel guilty?" and "What do you think is the power of TV, and why do you love it?"
"Mom" will have a "very special episode"
Allison Janney says her character will relapse in next week's episode: "We go pretty deep and raw and have some moments you don't usually see in a half-hour sitcom," she says, which she adds is unusual for a Chuck Lorre sitcom.
Howard Stern grills "Sons of Anarchy's" Kurt Sutter (and Katey Sagal)
Sutter talked to the shock jock about his distaste for the Emmys, how a "really f*cked up 'West Wing' spec (script) where I was having kids being killed" got him a job on "The Shield" and Charlie Hunnam's "50 Shades of Grey" hubbub during the hour-long chat. His wife, Katey Sagal, also makes a cameo, describing how they ended up a couple.
"Homeland" writers may have been right about not getting rid of Brody
Without Damian Lewis' character, the Showtime drama hasn't been the same this season. PLUS: Saul is giving the show back its pulse, some things didn't make sense last night, and Damian Lewis grows a Movember mustache.
MTV teams with Major League Baseball for a baseball-themed show
Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz and Pittsburgh Pirates' Andrew McCutcheon will produce the MTV2 series will showcase MLB players off the field.
"The Walking Dead's" ratings are big -- really big
The AMC drama's 18-49 demo audience -- the ratings that really matter -- are bigger than "Sunday Night Football" and "The Big Bang Theory." It doubles "Scandal's" demo ratings. PLUS: What happened to The Governor?
ABC's Sunday dramas see ratings decline
"Betrayal" was down a whopping 20%, while "Revenge" tied a series low.
Rachel Griffiths will play Australia's 1st female prime minister in an Aussie TV movie
She'll play Julia Gillard, who left office in June after leading Australia for three years.
Another judge show is on the way
Byron Allen is delivering his 5th judge show: "Justice With Judge Mablean."
Watch PBS' Jimi Hendrix documentary online
The "American Masters" film is available on the web for a limited time.
"The Office's" Dwight and Angela went on a date this weekend
To a "fancy restaurant."
China demands ABC "face its mistakes" over "Jimmy Kimmel Live" skit
Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang was asked about the "kill everyone in China" controversy, and said: "ABC should face its mistake head on, and respond with a sincere attitude to the reasonable demands by Chinese in America, and prevent a similar incident from occurring again." PLUS: Protesters demonstrated outside ABC affiliates nationwide on Saturday.
Angela Lansbury: "It's a mistake" to recycle "Murder, She Wrote" title for reboot
"I think it's a mistake to call it 'Murder, She Wrote,'" says the 88-year-old Lansbury, though she notes that "they have access to it and it's their right."
USA disappointed in "Modern Family"
The cable channel paid big bucks for the ABC comedy's reruns in hopes of attracting young viewers. Instead, USA is down 9% in the same timeslots in the key 18-49 demo from last year.
David Cross to guest on "Community"
His appearance will be a part of a follow-up to the classic Dungeons & Dragons episode.
Anthony Jeselnik says "The Jeselnik Offensive" has been canceled
The Comedy Central show won't return for a 3rd season, says Jeselnik. Though Comedy Central hasn't confirmed the news.
"GMA's" Amy Robach to undergo a double mastectomy after on-air mammogram
Robach said she was reluctant to undergo the mammogram last month on the ABC News show.
Encore is changing to appeal to African-Americans, Hispanics, Baby Boomers
Starting next month, Encore Drama will become Encore Black.
HBO teases "Looking"
Is this the gay version of "Girls"?
MTV censors Miley Cyrus smoking a joint at the European Music Awards
This year's ceremony was broadcast from Amsterdam, but Miley's joint-smoking was gone when it was aired in the United States.
Conan O'Brien deletes tweet joking about a Muslim female superhero after backlash
Conan received considerable backlash Friday after tweeting: "Marvel Comics is introducing a new Muslim superhero. She has so many more special powers than her husband's other wives."
"Downton Abbey" renewed
The British series will be back for a 5th season.
Bill Cosby is planning another family sitcom
Cosby has re-teamed with "Cosby Show" producer Ed Werner on a project he says " "would (satisfy) the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'" But Cosby emphasizes he's not remaking "The Cosby Show."
Charlie Sheen offers to make amends with Chuck Lorre
Sheen tweeted the offer to the "Two and a Half Men" creator, hoping to make amends in person. But is he serious?
"60 Minutes" apologizes on-air for Benghazi report screw-up
"We are very sorry," Lara Logan said, apologizing for using a source who had proven to be unreliable.
Watch Sacha Baron Cohen prank the Brittania Awards with an "old lady"
During the ceremony, broadcast Sunday on BBC America, Cohen was awarded the "Charlie Chaplin Brittania Award for Excellence in Comedy."
"Doctor Who" unveils its official 50th anniversary trailer
"The Day of The Doctor" airs Nov. 23.
"The Vampire Diaries" throws a 100th-episode party
Check out The CW drama's Episode 100 cake.
PBS will re-air Hugh Jackman in a 1999 performance of "Oklahoma!"
Jackman's performance will be shown on Nov. 15 as part of the "Great Performances" series.
Seth MacFarlane's "Bordertown" cartoon coming to Fox
Set in Texas near the border with Mexico, "Bordertown" will revolve around a white border patrol agent and the Mexican immigrant familiy next door. Fox has given the series a 13-episode order for the 2014-15 season.