“Doctor Who” gets an Aug. 23 return date — and a new Peter Capaldi teaser
Capaldi will make his “Who” debut on Saturday, Aug. 23 at 8 pm on BBC America. PLUS: Steven Moffat to stay on as showrunner after this season, and “Doctor Who” won’t go to Comic-Con this year.


“The View” is expected to carry on with Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd through Aug. 8
McCarthy’s first “View” post-announcement is scheduled for July 7. Shepherd has that day off, but is expected to return July 8. Meanwhile, Variety reports that Shepherd’s decision to announce her exit caught ABC by surprise last night — and that “The View” should have its first millennial co-host. PLUS: “The View” is seriously considering adding a male co-host, “The View” needs to bring back smart/compelling conversations, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck was shocked.


USA-Germany ranks as ESPN's 2nd most-watched World Cup match
Thursday’s match topped USA-Ghana.


Esquire Network will air the Running of the Bulls live for 8 straight nights
From July 7-14, Esquire will s how the Running of the Bulls live from 2-2:30 am.


Sandra Bernhard to guest on FX’s “You’re the Worst”
She’ll play herself on the dark romantic comedy series.


“Girl Meets World” was made for Disney Channel’s tween viewers, not “Boy Meets World” fans
“The series Disney Channel made isn’t” for “Boy Meets World” fans, says Kevin Fallon. "Instead, and logically, it’s for the Disney Channel audience, a group as young as we were when we first watched 'Boy Meets World' and who may not even have any idea what 'Boy Meets World' is. 'Girl Meets World' is simply a tween show with tween humor and loose ties to a series that grown ups used to love.” PLUS: “Boy Meets World” fans will get just a few inside jokes and flashbacks, it’s like any other Disney Channel show, and Ben Savage agrees you can’t build a show on nostalgia.