Fox Broadcasting officials say they will not televise two daredevils' efforts to jump southern Idaho's Snake River Canyon where Evel Knievel failed 40 years ago.
Former Texas coach Mack Brown will serve as a studio analyst for college football games on ABC.
The man who played Wallace Snead on the "Wallace and Ladmo Show," a children's program that aired on Phoenix television for over three decades, has died.
It's not really a surprise, but it's official anyway: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" is staying in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.
Shemar Moore is returning to his daytime roots with a two-day guest appearance on "The Young and the Restless."
American viewers are still a ways off from having the upstairs-downstairs bunch of "Downton Abbey" over as guests in their homes through the telly, but we have some crumpets of information to hold you over before then.
The Massachusetts medical examiner's office has ruled that former Rhode Island television personality Sheila Martines Pina, who once co-hosted a show with current "Today" host Matt Lauer, died from chronic alcohol abuse.
The Chicago Blackhawks have released their national television schedule for the 2014-2015 season.
When a film student decided to revisit his criminal teenage past, he found a powerful ally in filmmaker Spike Lee.
Former House Democrat Pat Schroeder predicts that Hillary Clinton would face "a lot of sexism" if she decides to run for president in 2016.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 14-20. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
Fox can thank Derek Jeter and Jack Bauer for a strong week in the television ratings.
The Tulsa men's October soccer match against UConn will be broadcast live on NSCAATV.com .