Television Programs

'Game of Thrones' cast gets no scripts, star says

Oct 13, 2017

The need-to-know policy for the "Game of Thrones" cast has gone to extreme lengths during filming of the series' final season

'Morning Joe' host Scarborough officially leaves GOP

Oct 13, 2017

MSNBC host and former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough has made his departure from the GOP official

Armisen startled after discovering he's 'quarter Korean'

Oct 13, 2017

American actor and comedian Fred Armisen has just learned that his grandfather was a legendary dancer from Japan who allegedly volunteered in propaganda work for the Third Reich and moonlighted as a spy for the emperor in Tokyo

Standout 'Jeopardy!' player's streak ends with narrow loss

Oct 13, 2017

The winning streak of standout "Jeopardy!" contestant Austin Rogers is at an end.

Amazon Studios chief on leave following harassment claims

Oct 13, 2017

The head of Amazon Studios is on leave following sexual harassment allegations from a producer on the Amazon series "Man in the High Castle."

Shares of TV providers drop as AT&T warns of video losses

Oct 12, 2017

Signs that more people are dropping their traditional TV subscriptions are weighing on shares of TV providers

World Cup bribery case opened against PSG president, Valcke

Oct 12, 2017

Swiss federal prosecutors have announced a criminal case for suspected bribery linked to World Cup broadcast rights against Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the Qatari president of Paris Saint-Germain

Roughly 13 million watched opening of Burns' Vietnam War doc

Oct 12, 2017

Nielsen says roughly 13 million people saw the first episode of the 18-hour PBS documentary on the Vietnam War, the network's biggest audience in a year and a half

Ryan backs free speech amid Trump threat to yank NBC license

Oct 12, 2017

House Speaker Paul Ryan affirms his support for the First Amendment amid the president's threats to yank NBC's broadcast license

He'll be back, but not like before: Groff plays an FBI agent

Oct 12, 2017

In the new Netflix series "Mindhunter," actor Jonathan Groff, of HBO's "Looking" and Broadway's "Hamilton," returns to the small screen as an FBI agent pioneering the profiling of serial killers

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