Amy Raslevich of Ohio Township was upset with the show's ridicule of character with celiac disease, which her two children have.
Online video channel turns 8 with a week of special comedy programming.
The latest entry in the Arkham franchise is revving for an October release.
An Ohio Township mother, whose children require a gluten-free diet, started a petition against the Disney Channel show.
The actress, author and vegan is thrilled to be back together with her "Arrested Development" Bluth family.
Four-day conference explores Fred Rogers' lessons for therapists, pastors, teachers, parents
Two real-life sisters Lennon Stella, 13, and Maisy Stella, 9, portray the daughters of Rayna Jaymes on the TV show "Nashville."
This week ABC's "Nashville" features family feuds, fisticuffs, and secrets shared as the show's first season comes to a close.
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.
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