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Ryan Seacrest Signs Two Year American Idol Deal

Industry - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Ryan Seacrest will remain the host of American Idol for two more seasons after Seacrest signed a new deal that will pay him $15 million per year. On Monday night it was revealed that Ryan Seacrest agreed to a new deal to remain as host of Fox’s American Idol. Although read more


Fox Renews Glee, Raisng Hope, and New Girl

Industry, Music - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Fox officially renewed Glee on Monday for a fourth season along with a second season renewal of New Girl and Raising Hope for a third season. On Monday, Fox secured its Tuesday night line-up by renewing Glee along with the Zooey Deschanel comedy New Girl and Raising Hope. In a read more

Matt Lauer to Remain with Today After New Deal

Industry, Talk Show - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Matt Lauer will remain the co-host of NBC’s Today show after Lauer signed a long term contract with the network to end months of speculation about his possible departure. On Friday morning, Matt Lauer announced on Today that he would remain as co-host of the popular NBC morning show. Although read more

Smash Star Katharine McPhee in Africa for Malaria No More [photos]

Industry - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Although Katharine McPhee has found her musical groove on NBC’s Smash, McPhee also made time for helping others in Africa through the Malaria No More campaign. With Smash on the NBC airwaves, Katharine McPhee headed to Africa this week to visit areas inflicted by Malaria and distribute life-saving mosquito nets, read more

Steven Bochco to Explore Social Darwinism in “Evolution”

Industry, Sci-fi - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Writer/producer Steven Bochco has teamed with Entertainment One (eOne) to produce the original one-hour television series, Evolution, a sci-fi story about the discovery of a box that contains all human knowledge. Evolution will be shopped to MipTV and to international broadcast partners and is produced by Entertainment One in association read more

Jimmy Kimmel to Host 2012 Emmy Awards on ABC

Industry - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has been tapped to host the 2012 Emmy Awards when the annual ceremony airs on ABC this coming September 23. For the 2012 Emmy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel follows last year’s host, Jane Lynch of Glee a year after the ceremony was broadcast on read more

The Hunger Games Lands at ABC Family

Industry, Sci-fi - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

After the huge success of The Hunger Games, ABC Family has acquired the basic cable television rights to the Jennifer Lawrence toplined movie and its sequel. Although The Hunger Games won’t air on ABC Family until 2014, the network announced on Monday that they have acquired the first broadcast rights read more

William Shatner’s Negotiator Dies in Final Priceline Ad

Industry - 7 years ago by Larson Hill

The Priceline character of William Shatner negotiated his final deal in a new ad that shows Shatner falling off a bridge to go out with an explosive bang. The new ad for Priceline features William Shatner in the negotiator’s final Priceline deal as he dies and meets a tragic end. read more

New Viggle TV Rewards from Former American Idol Executive

Industry, Mobile, TV - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

Former American Idol executive Robert Sillerman has jumped into the social game with Viggle, a new rewards-based loyalty program for television. On Wednesday, Function(x), founded by former American Idol exec Robert F.X. Sillerman, launched Viggle, a rewards-based loyalty program for television that will at first be available as a free read more

2012 Golden Globe Awards: Did Anyone Care?

Industry, Industry - 7 years ago by Reg Seeton

The 2012 Golden Globe Awards are over after the past year in film and television was honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The Artist and The Descendants were the big winners of the Golden Globe night as celebrities gathered in Los Angeles for the annual ceremony. But… did anyone read more