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Conan O’Brien Returns to ‘Tonight Show’: “It’s Weird to Come Back”

Conan O’Brien made his Tonight Show return on Tuesday, and he and host Jimmy Fallon reminisced about O’Brien’s time with NBC’s late-night shows. The comedian hosted Late Night for 16 seasons, from 1993 to 2009 before his short tenure with The Tonight Show from 2009 to 2010. “It’s weird to come back,” O’Brien told Fallon […]

Kit Harington-Led Jon Snow ‘Game of Thrones’ Sequel No Longer Happening

HBO’s Jon Snow-centered Game of Thrones sequel has been shelved, Kit Harington confirmed on Tuesday. “There are no plans for it at the moment. It’s off the table for the foreseeable,” Harington told the Associated Press. Game of Thrones, based on the fantasy book series by George R.R. Martin, finished its eighth and final season […]

Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler on Making Out for ‘Parks and Rec’ Blooper Reel: “Everybody Hated It”

Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman are no strangers to committing to the bit. Poehler shared that she and Offerman used to make out while filming Parks and Recreation in an attempt to get the moment into the show’s blooper reel. “Nick and I used to do a thing every year for the blooper reel where […]

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael Sees Backlash Over Race-Based Slave Play Joke

Comic Jerrod Carmichael’s testing of modern comedy audiences’ ability to grasp idiosyncratic race-based humor hit the skids quickly, as a gag made on his new HBO series tanked and many online criticized his message. Carmichael, 37, dipped his toes into the concept of “slave play” as a sexual kink during a live stand-up moment on […]

‘Chicago Med’ Showrunners Stepping Down

NBC’s Chicago Med will have new leadership heading into its 10th season. Co-showrunners Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider, who have been with the drama since it debuted in 2015, are stepping down at the end of the show’s current run. The married couple have helmed Med for nine seasons and more than 170 episodes to […]

‘The Neighborhood,’ ‘NCIS’ Renewed at CBS

CBS is continuing to fill out its roster for the 2024-25 season. The network has picked up two of its Monday night staples, The Neighborhood and NCIS, for next season. The renewals will take The Neighborhood into its seventh season and NCIS to its 22nd. With Young Sheldon ending this season, The Neighborhood will also […]

TV Ratings: Men’s NCAA Final Falls Short of Women’s Title Game for First Time

The audience for the NCAA men’s basketball championship ticked up from last year’s low — but for the first time, the men’s game drew a smaller TV crowd than the women’s final. Connecticut’s 75-60 victory over Purdue on Monday — a result that was not in doubt for most of the second half — averaged 14.82 […]

Richard Leibner, Influential Agent for News Anchors, Dies at 85

Richard Leibner, the prominent talent agent who transformed the TV news business by guiding the careers of such renowned broadcast journalists as Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer, Mike Wallace, Andy Rooney and Norah O’Donnell, has died. He was 85. Leibner died Tuesday at his home in New York, UTA vice chairman Jay Sures announced. The agent […]

Alison Brie Reveals Why She Wasn’t Bothered by Chevy Chase’s ‘Community’ Criticism

Alison Brie has responded to Chevy Chase’s remarks about Community not being funny and “hard hitting” enough. While appearing on Watch What Happens Live on Monday night, the Apples Never Fall star was asked by a fan what she thought about her former co-star’s comments. Brie, who noted that the remark was made on her […]

With MIPTV Gone, Will International Execs Embrace MIP London?

MIPTV is dead, long live MIP London. At a packed press conference Tuesday, Lucy Smith of MIP organizer RX France marked the end of Cannes’ decades-old international television market MIPTV and the official launch of its hoped-for successor in the British capital next year. As RX announced last month, the current MIPTV, which runs through […]

‘FBI’ Scores Three-Season Renewal at CBS

CBS is locking in its FBI franchise for next season — and in the case of the flagship series, well beyond that. The network has given FBI a three-season renewal, which will take the series through its ninth season in 2026-27. Spinoffs FBI: Most Wanted and FBI: International each received single-season pickups for 2024-25, which will […]

Sue Naegle, Ali Krug Set Up Shop at Universal Content Productions

Sue Naegle and Ali Krug are re-teaming for a new venture. The former Annapurna duo and longtime collaborators have launched Dinner Party Productions and signed a multiple-year overall deal with Universal Content Productions. Naegle, the former content chief at Megan Ellison’s company, and Krug, who was co-head of TV alongside her at Annapurna, will develop […]

Hope for ‘Heels’? Canceled Wrestling Drama Licensed to Netflix (Exclusive)

Heels might be headed back to the ring. The drama, which was unceremoniously canceled along with a couple more series as Starz cleaned house in September, has been licensed to Netflix by Lionsgate Worldwide Television Distribution. With the acquisition, Netflix will have nonexclusive rights to the two-season, 16-episode library of the wrestling drama starring Stephen […]

‘Brandy Hellville’ Director Hopes Teens and Parents Will Be “Horrified” by Fast-Fashion Doc

The director of HBO’s new documentary Brandy Hellville & the Cult of Fast Fashion never wanted the film to be just another brand exposé, even though it does, in part, operate on that level. In the film, which airs on HBO on Tuesday, helmer Eva Orner highlights allegations of a racist, sexist and discriminatory work […]

Sylvester Stallone Allegedly Mocked “Ugly” Actors on ‘Tulsa King’ Set; Director Denies Claims

Tulsa King is embroiled in a controversy surrounding the treatment of its background actors. An Atlanta-based casting agency has quit the Paramount+ dramedy amid claims posted online that background actors were verbally abused on the set by star Sylvester Stallone. The show is produced by 101 Studios, which is actively looking into the claims, The […]

Paul Bettany to Play Salieri in ‘Amadeus’ Series Opposite Will Sharpe as Mozart

Paul Bettany (A Very British Scandal, WandaVision) will star in Sky original series Amadeus, portraying composer Antonio Salieri opposite Will Sharpe (Giri/Haji, The White Lotus) in the titular role of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The series is described as a “playfully reimagined limited event series” from writer Joe Barton (Giri/Haji, The Lazarus Project) and director Julian […]