NBC is hoping to score another hit drama by ordering a pilot from "The Blacklist" producers. John Davis and John Fox are teaming up with "Leverage" co-creator John Rogers to executive produce "Endgame" for the network.
A documentary about former U.S. president Bill Clinton is stalled for indefinite time as his wife Hilary Rodham Clinton is expected to soon announce her candidacy for 2016 presidential run. The Clintons allegedly demanded more control over the interview questions and the final cut.
"Hannibal" is not returning until summer, but a sneak peek at the upcoming season 3 has been obtained via a trailer. The video does not show any bloody scenes or gruesome murders which are often associated with the serial killer, but still gives fans the chills with a hint at a cat-and-mouse plotline.
Harry Connick Jr. returned to his hometown of New Orleans in the Thursday, January 22 episode of "American Idol". After a rather disappointing night on Wednesday, Harry promised that New Orleans had a lot of "potential superstars" though he admitted that he was nervous about that.
A week before "Scandal" returns, ABC has shared a glimpse of the new episode. A fresh promo for the show's midseason premiere includes never-before-seen footage featuring Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington).
Pharrell Williams is heading to Springfield in an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons". The Grammy Award-winning producer is tapped to guest star in the February 8 outing of the long-running animated series and will appear as himself.
In the wake of Golden Globe wins, Amazon is making "Transparent" free to watch for one day only. All 10 episodes of the comedy series will be available free for 24 hours on Saturday, January 24 starting at 12:01 A.M. ET and concluding at 11:59 P.M. PT.
Benedict Cumberbatch is back to work filming "Sherlock" after being busy working on several movies. On Thursday, January 22, the Oscar-nominated actor was spotted shooting an episode of the detective drama series at Gloucester Cathedral in Britain.
CBS has found its Supergirl in Melissa Benoist. The actress who joined "Glee" as Marley Rose on the fourth and fifth seasons after Lea Michele's Rachel Berry headed to New York is cast as the title role on the small-screen adaptation of DC Comics superheroine.
A trailer for new comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" from "30 Rock" creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock has arrived. It follows a woman who starts a new life in a modern New York after living underground in an apocalypse cult for years.
"Gotham" executive producer Bruno Heller has revealed another character from DC comic books which will be featured on the show and at the same time answered the question whether the series would remain costume free. In an interview with Comic Book Resources, he revealed there would be an episode involving Red Hood and he would be the first character wearing a costume on the show.
"American Idol" stopped by Minneapolis in the latest episode airing on Wednesday, January 21. While there wasn't as many standouts as in other cities, there were some singers who stole the spotlight with their unique styles and performances.
NBC is bringing back Rob Lowe and Jenna Fischer on "Apocalypse". The two actors, along with Megan Mullally, Mathew Baynton, Pauline Quirke, Paterson Joseph and Joel Fry, have been announced as cast members of the dramedy which is a joint project of NBC and Britain's Sky 1.
"The Interview" will be made available for viewing on Netflix. The comedy about the assassination plot of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is scheduled to begin streaming on the digital service for North American subscribers this coming Saturday, January 24.
Kim Richards raised concern about her sobriety in the latest episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills". In the January 20 outing, Eileen Davidson hosted a poker night at her house. Kim and Lisa Rinna were carpooling to the party and the latter realized something was off about Kim when she repeatedly said "ornery." Lisa asked Kim if she's drinking or on drugs, but Kim said no.
Larry Wilmore weighed in on another serious issue in the second episode of his "The Nightly Show" airing Tuesday, January 20. The Comedy Central host took a jab at Bill Cosby who has been accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women, giving his own verdict on the scandal.
"Game of Thrones" season 5 is not airing until this coming fall, but new footage from the next installment has been shared via a trailer for the IMAX screenings of the show. The said scene, seen toward the end of the video, gives a quick look at scruffy Tyrion Lannister coming out of a box.