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If there's any soul-searching among top television executives about onscreen violence contributing to real-life tragedies like the Connecticut school shooting, it isn't readily apparent.
FX is staying in business with Charlie Sheen.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association dared to let Ricky Gervais come back and host the Golden Globe Awards a year after he insulted the organization and nearly everyone in the star-studded room with his lacerating wit.
The head of the FX network said Sunday he still hasn't seen a script for Charlie Sheen's new sitcom "Anger Management," which is due to premiere in June.
The chief of the FX network says he still hasn't seen a script for Charlie Sheen's new comedy "Anger Management," which is scheduled to debut in June.
After generating series-high ratings for Wednesday's freshman-season finale of "American Horror Story," series co-creator Ryan Murphy and FX President John Landgraf announced Thursday that there would be a new family and a new house in the horror-thriller's second season, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Larry King said he invested $700,000 with Wall Street scammer Bernard Madoff but was lucky enough to get it all back.
Fired "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen will try to return to a winning TV sitcom next summer in FX's new "Anger Management."
Fox has teamed with Zuffa, owner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship brand, for rights to live fights on its broadcast network with its flagship "Ultimate Fighter" series heading to cable network FX.
The FX network is picking up two more seasons of its veteran comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
If September is what first comes to mind when considering new television shows, there are some 82 reasons to think again.
The way television's business calendar works, more programs are born or die during the first few weeks of May than at any other time of the year. More often than not, the people asked to invite these shows into their living rooms are kept in the dark about what goes into these decisions.
The FX firefighters' drama "Rescue Me" will end its seven-year run less than a week before the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
he pointed out that the zombie series "Walking Dead" and brutally violent "Sons of Anarchy" are both very popular in England and that country has far fewer gun murders than the United States.
In recent days, only FX President John Landgraf said he was in favor of further study about any correlation between entertainment and real violence.