The film showing how nuns responded to the Hurricane Katrina disaster won a national broadcasting award.
Michael Hayes will be moving to New York to be senior vice president of Hearst Television.
The former TV-radio newscaster is still on the mend almost two year after experiencing chest pains while running.
It's time to take shelter on Discovery's "Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius."
Candice Glover wins the reality competition, which suffered a 33 percent drop in the finale's viewership this year.
A look back at upfront week and what to expect from the fall 2013 TV season.
The CW network is grouping its shows thematically in its new fall schedule.
Network slots four new comedies and one drama for fall; TBS and TNT to offer live streaming; "Peg + Cat" gets a premiere date.
ABC adds four comedies and four dramas to its fall schedule, including a spin-off from last summer's box office hit "The Avengers."
Current KQV co-owner and sister move to buy out Richard Mellon Scaife's holdings in station.
The Kiefer Sutherland thriller returns four years after it was canceled and four new shows are added to the early fall schedule.
"Survivor" ends with three unlikely contestants.
Savannah Guthrie is engaged to marry Michael Feldman.
Barbara Walters retirement confirmed by ABC.
Last fall it appeared the network might be making inroads in its quest to return to its former frontrunner status in the Nielsen ratings.
After nine seasons, "The Office" on NBC says goodbye this week with a one-hour finale preceded by a one-hour retrospective.
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