As an old Arab saying goes, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." But even though the U.S. and its allies, Russia, Iran, Iraq, the Kurds and Syria all have an urgent need to defeat ISIS, their competing interests make a solution difficult to achieve.
As recently as last month (August 13th, to be exact), NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt was talking up this "Coach" revival during a Q & A session at the Television Critics Association's annual press tour.
Should MSNBC push ahead with their currently proposed schedule and effectively push José Díaz-Balart's show off the air, it will send a strong message to Latinos, immigrants and its current viewership, that there is no place for their only Latino anchorman.
Johnny Whitworth made my job real easy because really, how does one write an intro for a guy who plays an un-named mysterious character on NBC's new series Blindspot?
After firing Donald Trump in July, NBC just named Arnold Schwarzenegger at the new host of the Celebrity Apprentice. Since the Celebrity Apprentice helped to sanitize Trump's image and position him as a successful businessman, many believe it will do the same for Arnold.
ABC - Wiping Servers With the Stars
Even though NBC, Macy's, and a long list of other sponsors fired him in July for his comments about immigrants from Mexico, Donald Trump is like the Energizer Bunny. He keeps going and going.
Today Donald Trump tweeted this open letter to CNN President Jeff Zuker. ...
Robinson's star has been steadily rising and with his new prime time television show "Mr. Robinson," which premiered Aug. 5, this could be his breakout moment. After playing supporting roles in projects like The Office, and Pineapple Express, Mr. Robinson is a customized role made to showcase Craig's unique skill set.
Forty-eight years ago, Bill MacPhail, then in charge of sports at CBS, signed a deal with the US Tennis Open to carry its tennis matches, men's and women's, on the CBS network. That deal died last year and in 2015 you'll have to watch them on ESPN.
Carl Quintanilla is a nice guy. And he is far from last. Quintanilla of NBC Nightly News and CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" has learned a lot during the course of his career.
It was a sad day last week in the soap opera world when Daytime Emmy nominee Freddie Smith, who played Sonny Kiriakis on Days of Our Lives the past four years, decided to leave the show. Fans went into a frenzy!
This is comedy satire at its best and it works because show creator Victor Fresco has the ability to make the absurd sound perfectly reasonable.
Now that he has declared his candidacy for president, after flirting with one in 2012, it is galling to see him rise in the polls presumably due to his telling it like it is, which a lot of people find refreshing, punctuating his hyperbole with cheap insults hurled at anyone who challenges him.
Many times as a kid I watched contestants as they were harshly critiqued on shows like "American Idol" or "America's Got Talent." This past Tuesday, I was the contestant.