Live-action ‘Jetsons’ sitcom in the works

Warner Bros. is angling to reintroduce TV audiences to George Jetson, albeit with a substantial twist. TVLine has learned exclusively that the studio is developing The Jetsons, a live-action sitcom...

Nobody has seen Richard Simmons for over 1,000 days

Richard Simmons is an American fitness icon. Hes worth over $15 million. He weighed 269 pounds at his high school graduation. He lost 123 of those pounds in his...

Lydia McLaughlin brings ‘a little bit more’ drama in return to ‘Real Housewives’

Bravos Housewives may come and go, but as Lydia McLaughlin explains, the quirky, sometimes dysfunctional family is forever. She should know, after returning to the Real Housewives of Orange County...

Moss and Kidman fire up a dark and twisty ‘Top of the Lake: China Girl’

With “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Elisabeth Moss graduated from solid supporting actress on “Mad Men” to full-fledged television star — creating in Offred a kidnapped mother turned into a baby...

NBC tries to capture its glory days with fall Thursday lineup

Can NBC re-create its fabled “Must See TV” Thursdays? For 20 years, beginning in the early 1990s, the network held the nation in a headlock as millions sat mesmerized in...

The surprising ‘Dawson’s Creek’ effect

Dawsons Creek splashed onto the scene on Jan. 20, 1998, with a verbose bang: I just think our emerging hormones are destined to alter our relationship, an apple-cheeked Katie...

The Grammys will return to LA in 2019

The 2018 Grammy Awards will be held in New York City, but the show will return to Los Angeles for four years beginning in 2019. The Recording Academy announced Wednesday...

‘Unsinkable Molly Brown’ floats back onto Broadway

James Cameron’s “Titanic” has been rereleased in movie theaters, and Broadway’s getting out its lifeboats as well. A revival of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” a 1960 musical about a plucky...

‘Downton Abbey’ star trades butlers for brothels in ‘Harlots’

In Downton Abbey, Jessica Brown Findlays character, Lady Sybil Crawley, raised eyebrows when she dared to wear pants and marry her aristocratic houses Irish chauffeur. Its safe to say the...

Sit-com audience laughter needs to die — again

A nearly vanquished, insidious disease has crept back into American life this year. It’s hopped from vessel to vessel with devastating speed and power. And, according to early reports,...