CBS’ Les Moonves: “Under the Dome” was “the highest-rated drama this year”
“That’s pretty amazing,” Moonves said, that "the highest-rated drama was on in the summer.” Moonves was emphasizing that the midseason is dead and that CBS is committed to programming year round, meaning big shows will air during the summer.


Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will visit “Duck Dynasty” when it returns in June
Jindal has been one of the Robertsons’ biggest vocal defenders, especially when Phil Robertson was suspended.


Lifetime developing a movie on Cleveland kidnapping victim Michelle Knight
"The Michelle Knight Story” will tell of Knight’s captivity by Ariel Castro from 2002 to 2013.


Neil Patrick Harris: Les Moonves approached me about replacing Letterman
Harris tells Howard Stern that he told Moonves that he thought he’d get bored doing the late-night format — he’d prefer doing a weekly variety show.


Tyra Banks producing a VH1 docuseries on transgender women
Over eight episodes, “TransAmerica” will tell the story of a group of transgender women in Chicago.


Dave Grohl gets his own HBO show
The Foo Fighters frontman will expand on his “Sound City” documentary and tour and record at the world’s most iconic recording studios.


Norm Macdonald “congratulates” Joel McHale for “The Late Late Show"
Does the “SNL” alum know something about Craig Ferguson's replacement?