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Elisabeth Hasselbeck leaves The View, Joins Fox & Friends

News broke late Tuesday that Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who occupied the fourth seat on The View since 2004, will be leaving the chat show to join Fox News Channel's morning show Fox & Friends. Read more...

DISH, Southwest Airlines Provide Free WiFi TV

Air travel got a little more pleasant this week thanks to a new collaboration between DISH Network and Southwest Airlines. iOS users will be able to access free live and on-demand TV on flights with WiFi service. Read more...

Ratings: Skywire Attracts 13 Million Looky-Loos

The Discovery Channel's live coverage of Nik Wallenda's Skywire – the daredevil's attempt to cross the Grand Canyon via high wire – peaked at just under 13 million viewers Sunday night. Read more...

TCA Announces Nominations: The Americans and Breaking Bad Lead Field

The Television Critics Association announced the nominees for their annual awards Monday. FX's cold war spy drama The Americans led the field with four nominations while AMC's Breaking Bad earned three nominations. Read more...

What Were the Most-Watched Shows of the 2012-2013 TV Season?

With the 2012-13 television season officially over and the DVR 7-day viewing figures tabulated, we now know what the most-watched shows of the last year were. What shows made the cut? Read more...

Upfronts Pregame: Thursdays Renewals and Cancellations

It's Panic Thursday, when bubble shows on the broadcast networks begin to learn their fates prior to next week's upfronts. CBS, The CW, Fox and NBC announced some of their housekeeping today. Read more...

Teenager Wins Coding Competition with TV Spoiler Twitter Hack

For the spoiler-phobic among us, logging on to Twitter when you aren't caught up on a show can be hazardous. Fortunately, a 17-year-old from New Hampshire has come up with a solution and she (yes, SHE) won a hackathon with her creation. Read more...

Ratings news: Are you watching Ready for Love? No, you're not

After months of promotion, shifting premiere dates to provide the best possible launch, and placement behind one of the top shows on TV, NBC's Ready for Love has proved to be a ratings disaster. Read more...

72nd Annual Peabody Award Winners Announced

The George Foster Peabody Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in electronic media, announced its list of 39 recipients for 2012 including HBO's Girls, TNT's Southland, ABC Family's Switched at Birth, FX's Louie, and BBC's Doctor Who. Read more...

Anderson Cooper has options: Jeopardy, Today, Kathy Griffin

Although Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show will not be continuing, the CNN newsman apparently has several potential career moves in front of him. Read more...

Super Bowl ratings: 164.1 million viewers; Elementary fizzles; Downton Abbey second place

Surprise! Super Bowl XLVII did extremely well in the ratings last night, becoming the third-most watched TV event ever. However, the blackout may have stunted Elementary's growth while Downton Abbey took advantage of the lack of action on the field. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Jeopardy, America's Supernanny, Justified, Snooki and JWoww, Jimmy Kimmel Live

Tonight's television features the start of the annual Jeopardy contestant search, the returns of America's Supernanny, Justified, and Snooki & JWoww, and a new time slot for Jimmy Kimmel Live. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Wednesday TV: The Concert for Sandy Relief, 10 Most Fascinating People of 2012, Toddlers & Tiaras

It's a special night of television programming tonight with three major specials hitting the airwaves. The Concert for Sandy Relief tops the bill, followed by Barbara Walters list of Fascinating People and a Toddlers & Tiaras retrospective. Here's what's on TV Wednesday. Read more...

Sunday TV: CNN Heroes; OUAT, Revenge, The Walking Dead, Boardwalk Empire finales

As the end of the year approaches, the end of the fall season approaches as well. Once Upon a Time, Revenge and The Walking Dead air their fall finales while Boardwalk Empire wraps its season. Here's what's on TV Sunday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Ellen Degeneres Mark Twain Prize, Freaks, The Baby Wait

Tonight's television features Ellen DeGeneres receiving the Mark Twain Prize, TCM dipping into its cult classic vault, Logo exploring the world of adoption, and a programming note from NBC. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Monday TV: Switched at Birth, RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race, Third Presidential Debate

Monday's television is full of drama. ABC Family's Switched at Birth wraps up its first season, the contenders for President will duke it out one last time in their third debate, and 12 drag queens battle on RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race. Here's what's on TV Monday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Emily Owens MD, Presidential Debate, The Men Who Built America

Tonight's television is truly historic. The Men Who Built America will be featured on History, Obama and Romney will participate in a town hall debate, and Emily Owens MD premieres (maybe not as historic as the other two). Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Monday TV: Paula Abdul on DWTS, Nick News, The Bad Girls Club

Tonight's television features a guest appearance from Paula Abdul on Dancing With the Stars, kids conversing with the nominees for President (sort of) on Nick News, and the season finale of The Bad Girls Club. Here's what's on TV Monday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Live with Kelly, The Price is Right, Democratic Convention, Beverly Hills Nannies, Flipping Out

There are big events on TV all day Tuesday. Kelly Ripa introduces her new cohost, The Price is Right turns 40, Beverly Hills Nannies finishes the season while Flipping Out begins a new one, and the Democrats invade Charlotte. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Monday TV: Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reunion, Single Ladies, Push Girls, GOP Convention?

Summer season finales continue today, with VH1's Single Ladies and Sundance's Push Girls wrapping up for the time being. Love & Hip Hop Atlanta has a reunion while the Republican Party's reunion gets delayed thanks to Isaac. Here's what's on (and not on) TV Monday. Read more...

Sunday TV: True Blood, The Newsroom, The Great Escape, Episodes season finales

Summer is winding to a close, which means that summer series are beginning to air their season finales. Wrapping up tonight are HBO's True Blood and The Newsroom, Showtime's Episodes, and TNT's The Great Escape. Here's what's on TV Sunday. Read more...

Friday TV: A Chance to Dance, Boss, Real Time With Bill Maher

Tonight's new television is saved for later in the evening. Nigel Lythgoe expands his dance portfolio with the new series A Chance to Dance. Boss returns for a sophomore season. And Real Time With Bill Maher is back on the clock. Here's what's on TV Friday. Read more...

Sunday TV: Olympics Closing Ceremony, Animal Practice, Hell on Wheels, Roast of Roseanne, Longmire, The Glades

Tonight's television features the Closing Ceremonies for the Olympics, the Glades and Longmire. Roseanne gets roasted, Animal Practice gets previewed, and Hell on Wheels is back on track. Here's what's on TV Sunday. Read more...

HBO offers first episode of The Newsroom on YouTube

HBO announced Monday that it will offer the first episode of its new drama The Newsroom on YouTube. Read more...

Sunday TV: Shirley MacLaine, Army Wives, Great Escape, The Newsroom

Tonight's television features a celebration of the work of Shirley MacLaine, the return of Army Wives, the debut of Great Escape, and Aaron Sorkin's return to television with The Newsroom. Here's what's on TV Sunday. Read more...

Ann Curry may have limited future on Today

"Good morning, good morning, everybody, and in the news this morning, good morning": reports have been circulating that Ann Curry may soon be replaced as co-host of The Today Show on NBC. Read more...

Tuesday TV: The Catalina, The Jubilee Queen With Katie Couric, Design Star

There's quite a bit of variety on television tonight. The CW looks at life in hotels on The Catalina, Katie Couric visits the Queen's Jubilee in the UK, and Design Star is back for a seventh season. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Idol Performance Finale, DWTS Season Finale, Glee Graduation, Dateline Anniversary

We are in the homestretch of the TV season with three big finales tonight. Dancing With the Stars will crown its 14th winner, the American Idol finalists will compete one last time, and the kids of McKinley High will graduate. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

CBS renews 18 primetime shows for 2012-13 season

CBS announced Wednesday it has renewed 18 of its primetime series for next season. Four comedies, nine dramas, three reality series and two news programs have received the green light for next year. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Alabama and Mississippi Primaries, Scrubs on Cougar Town, Fashion Star

Tonight we have more coverage of the Republican primary process, the cast of Scrubs visits Cougar Town, and NBC debuts its new competition Fashion Star. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: DWTS on GMA, American Idol Semi-Finals, AZ and MI primaries

Today is all about candidates and voting. Good Morning America will present the 12 Stars for this season of DWTS, the power will switch to the audience on American Idol, and Arizona and Michigan will vote in primaries. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Wednesday TV: Strangers on a Train, Arizona Republican Debate, Royal Pains, Ghost Hunters

Tonight's TV features ghost stories, classic films, presidential candidates bickering and the season finale of Royal Pains. Here's what's on Wednesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Oscar Nominations, State of the Union, Joan Knows Best, Extreme Couponing

It's time for two big annual events for January: The Oscar Nominations and the State of the Union Address. On the reality front, Joan and Melissa Rivers are back for a second season while we find out who is the most extreme couponer. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Dance Moms, The Game, Tabatha Takes Over, New Hampshire Primaries

Tonight's television features reality from the Dance Moms and Tabatha Takes Over and comedy/drama from The Game. Or, you can get a mix of reality, comedy and drama from the New Hampshire primary results. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Work It, The Biggest Loser, Jane by Design, Iowa Caucuses

Tonight we find out which candidate wins the Iowa Caucuses, we see the contestants who want to be the Biggest Loser, and Jane by Design tries to Work It on ABC Family. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Wednesday TV: Top 40 of 2011, Barbara Walters Presents, Funniest Commercials of 2011

Tonight is all about looking back at the year 2011. VH1 looks at the Top 40 Videos, ABC has Barbara Walters talking to the 10 most fascinating people, and TBS relives the funniest commercials. Here's what's on TV Wednesday. Read more...

Tuesday TV: William & Kate, Biggest Loser Finale, Conan One Hour Earlier Spectacular

Tonight we check in with Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, we find out which contestant is The Biggest Loser, and we take a look back at a year of Conan. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Monday TV: Fear Factor, Rollin' With Zach, A-List Dallas, Chelsea Clinton

Tonight you have the return of Fear Factor, the premiere of Rollin' With Zach, the finale of Logo's A-List Dallas and Chelsea Clinton's debut on Rock Center. Here's what's on TV Monday. Read more...

NBC overhauls schedule for mid-season; Community and Prime Suspect off slate

NBC announced its mid-season plans Monday, which featured an overhauled schedule affecting every day of the week. Some shows will debut, some will change timeslots, and some will be off the schedule entirely. Read more...

Monday TV: Saved, DWTS Semi-Finals, Gabrielle Giffords, The Headhuntress

Two new series debut on cable tonight: Saved on Animal Planet and The Headhuntress on Bravo. ABC has the semi-finals of Dancing With the Stars and the first TV interview with Rep. Gaby Giffords. Here's what's on TV Monday. Read more...

Wednesday TV: CMA Awards, Republican Debate, Coast Guard Alaska

Tonight is all about elaborate productions. The CMA Awards will be handed out on ABC, the Republican candidates will trade barbs on CNBC, and we get to see what search-and-rescue is like with Coast Guard Alaska on the Weather channel. Here's what's on TV Wednesday. Read more...

NBC extends Up All Night and Whitney to full season; cancels Playboy Club

NBC began making decisions about some of its rookie programs Tuesday, picking comedies Up All Night and Whitney for the full season and yanking Playboy Club from the schedule after another disappointing Monday showing. Read more...

Thursday TV: President Obama, NFL Kickoff, several season finales

Tonight's television includes President Obama giving a jobs speech, the Saints and Packers starting the football season, and six shows airing their summer finales. Here's what's on TV Thursday. Read more...

Monday TV: Labor Day marathons, 9-11 Tributes, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Happy Labor Day! As you enjoy the tail-end of summer, there are plenty of TV marathons to get you through the day. RHOBH is back on the schedule, despite recent tragedies, and tributes to 9/11 pop up on the schedule. Here's what's on TV Monday. Read more...

Fox restricting access to programs on Hulu, Fox website

News broke Tuesday evening that Fox will be restricting access to its programs on the websites Hulu and Fox.com. The changes are scheduled to take place August 15. Read more...

Tuesday TV: Deadliest Catch, Toya, Gene Simmons finales; Turning Point debuts

Deadliest Catch returns to shore, Toya walks down the aisle on Toya: A Family Affair, Gene and Shannon try to reconcile on Gene Simmons Family Jewels, and we learn some of the ins and outs of face transplants on Turning Point. Here's what's on TV Tuesday. Read more...

Who's News Wednesday: Eliot Spitzer out, James Spader in

Wednesday featured some interesting personnel decisions in the world of television. Eliot Spitzer will be taking "talk show host" off his business cards for the time being while James Spader adds The Office to his resume. Read more...

Who's News Tuesday: Charlie Sheen Roast, Mariah Carey X Factor, SVU attorneys return

In news on Tuesday: Charlie Sheen tries to get the last laugh at the Comedy Central Roast, Mariah Carey may be a part of The X Factor, and more casting announcements from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Read more...

Thursday TV: Glenn Beck finale, SYTYCD Results, Ugly Americans, Extreme Chef

Welcome to the Summer Sweeps Season! Truthfully, it doesn't mean much in event programming, but there are still some shows worth catching today. Ugly Americans returns, Extreme Chef debuts, and Glenn Beck checks out. Here's what's on TV Thursday. Read more...

ABC announces fall season premiere schedule: DWTS begins Monday, September 19

ABC issued a press release Monday announcing the return and premiere dates for its fall programming schedule. 20/20 will kick things off on September 16 with most shows bowing the following week. Read more...

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