Daily Archives : May 16, 2011

After 45 Years, Jerry Lewis Bows Out of MDA Telethon

After 45 years, the host of one of U.S. TV’s longest-running special shows is calling it quits. On Sept. 4, 2011, Jerry Lewis, 85, will appear one more time on the annual Muscular Dystrophy Assn. telethon to sing his trademark…

Video Clip For Fox’s New ‘Terra Nova’

Video Clip For Fox’s New ‘Bones’ Spinoff ‘The Finder’

Video Clip For Fox’s New ‘Alcatraz’

Video Clip For Fox’s New ‘Napoleon Dynamite’

Video Clip Fox Fox’s New ‘New Girl’

Video Clip For Fox’s New ‘Allen Gregory’

Video Clip Fox Fox’s New ‘I Hate My Teenage Daughter’

CBS Orders Three More Shows for Fall; De Niro Cop Show Added to Lineup

A new drama from Robert De Niro is among three new shows that CBS added today to its lineup of fall shows, Entertainment Weekly reported in its Inside TV column. The De Niro cop show, previously titled “The Rookies,” is…

TV News Pioneer Who Worked on Edward R. Murrow’s ‘Red Scare’ Stories and Was One of the Original Producers of ’60 Minutes’ Dead at 90

One of the pioneers of television news, who played a role in ending the “red scare” of the 1950s, has died, CBS News announced. “Joseph Wershba, a television producer and reporter whose work for Edward R. Murrow on the famous…