Barbara Walters denies any "View" unhappiness with Jenny McCarthy
Through her rep, Walters said, "There is absolutely no truth to this story."
Mark Wahlberg: "Greedy" people are holding up the "Entourage" movie
Wahlberg wouldn't specify who's being greedy, but it's been reported that several cast members are holding out for more money.
"The Walking Dead" tops 2nd week of Twitter TV rankings
"American Horror Story" came in 2nd place, followed by "Catfish" and "The X Factor."
NFL considering more Thursday Night Football games -- possibly on Google or Netflix
The Wall Street Journal reports that the NFL is considering putting on doubleheader games on Thursday nights, and the league is considering partnering with nontraditional media like Google and Netflix.
Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" is already on its 2nd showrunner
Amy Ozols, who was named showrunner in June, will be replaced by "Daily Show" vet Josh Lieb.
Sharon Osbourne calls NBC a "disgrace" -- "America's Got Talent's" stage is a "death trap"
Sticking up for her former makeup artist, who is suing NBC after falling through the stage, Osbourne says it's "the worst stage in the entire world."
"The Walking Dead" gets the "Honest Trailer" treatment
"A show so inconsistent, you have to keep talking yourself into keep watching." PLUS: Why "Walking Dead" picked Michael Cudlitz, and Hyundai is giving away a zombie-proof survival machine.
"Sherlock's" Benedict Cumberbatch: My name sounds "like a fart in a bath"
Cumberbatch tells Katie Couric he once changed his name to "Benedict Carlton," using his middle name, until an agent told him to change it back.
"All My Children's" Thorsten Kaye joins "The Bold and the Beautiful"
He's the new Ridge Forrester.
Does TV have too many Fitzes?
There's "Scandal's" Fitz, a Fitz on "Pretty Little Liars" and a Leo Fitz from "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Jeff Garlin interviews Bob Odenkirk
"The Goldbergs" star and the "Breaking Bad" alum go way back, from their time living in New York when Odenkirk was a writer on "SNL."
Why does the Internet hate cable TV wives?
A sketch shows what the real world would be like using pro-anti-hero comments from TV recaps.
Dear Kenan Thompson: Here are black women who'd be perfect for "SNL"
The thing is you have to dig deeper to find them.
Dan Patrick marks the 10th anniversary of being pranked on "SportsCenter" by a fake Steve Bartman
It was 10 years ago tonight that Captain Janks of the Howard Stern show pretended to be the infamous Chicago Cubs fan.
Watch a supercut of Stephen Colbert breaking character
Five minutes of Colbert cracking up.
Is "Supernatural's" Dean Winchester bisexual?
It was recently revealed that Dean was supposed to say "I love you" to the angel Castiel, but the line was changed to "I need you."
PBS devotes 3 hours to "Superheroes"
"Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle" is entertaining enough, but PBS decided to air it in one night instead dividing it over three weeks.
"The Simpsons" merchandise alone has raked in $4.6 billion
In fact, it's 20th Century Fox's biggest moneymaker.
"Sleepy Hollow" is fall TV's unlikeliest breakout hit
Some of the reasons for its success is that it's limited episode order has kept it focused, that it's a genre show that doesn't feel like a genre show and that it's over-the-top crazy.
Spoiler: Photo captures filming of an important "Game of Thrones" scene
Filming took place last week on a beach in Ireland.
How "Sons of Anarchy" became the most popular show in FX history
As much as 7.9 million, watch nowadays, when you consider time-shifting viewers. That's way up from the 2.2 million tuning in during Season 1.
20 years ago today: Fox canceled "The Chevy Chase Show"
Chase's talk show (watch here) was one of TV's biggest-ever disasters.
See pics from "Doctor Who's 50th anniversary special
Featuring David Tennant and Matt Smith.
Japanese kindergartners sing "It's Always Sunny's" Dayman song
With Peter Griffin's face on the whiteboard.
E.G. Daly: A midlife crisis prompted me to try out for "The Voice"
The noted voice actress says: "I felt fragile as I got closer to 50, and it threw me into a spiral. I couldn't see what I wanted to do anymore, but woke up one day -- after going to doctors and therapists -- and realized I wasn't doing what I wanted to be doing."
Watch an interview with the "SNL" cast before the show's 1975 debut
Lorne Michaels and his cast sat down for an interview with Tom Snyder.
Read about Mike Myers' unmade "SNL" Dieter movie
Could the "Sprockets" host have carried a whole film?
Conan plays an "Eric Andre Show" prank Adult Swim couldn't air
What was wrong with showing a deranged Ronald McDonald?