Current-season shows on The CW including "The Vampire Diaries" and "Gossip Girl" are coming to online video service Hulu.
ABC's "Modern Family" may not be the top-rated comedy on television, but it's the one most viewers catch up with on their digital video recorders.
AMC network says "The Walking Dead" began its second season with a vengeance, delivering 7.3 million viewers for Sunday's premiere telecast.
ABC says its revamped version of the 1970s hit "Charlie's Angels" is being shut down after only four airings because of low ratings.
TV series "The Glamorous Imperial Concubine," or "Qing Shi Huang Fei," is expected to attract more audiences than "Bu Bu Jing Xin."
One of the voice actors on "The Simpsons" said Friday that he's willing to cut his salary by 70 percent in exchange for a taste of the production's profits in order to keep the show going beyond this season.
Fox said on Friday it had renewed animated TV series "The Simpsons" for another two seasons, after apparently reaching a pay deal with voice actors.
The future "The Simpsons" was up in the air after 20th Century Fox Television said it could no longer afford to produce the show without a huge pay cut for its cast.
Andy Rooney, the curmudgeonly essayist who has appeared on CBS's "60 Minutes" for more than 30 years, will end his run this Sunday.
It looks like Fox television's "New Girl" will be around for awhile.
An envelope containing white powder and addressed to the "Dancing With the Stars" TV show caused a security scare on Wednesday but was found to be harmless.
Think all the dirty laundry being aired between Charlie Sheen and his former boss Chuck Lorre on "Two and A Half Men" has ended? Think again.