Whitney Cummings’ E! Talk Show Cancelled

The E! Channel has cancelled Whitney Cummings’ talk show “Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings.” The last episode of the comedian’s weekly late-night show aired last Wednesday, Feb. 6, a spokesperson for the network has confirmed. “Love You” debuted quietly last November with little notice, so that might explain why TV viewers may not […]

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"Community": Gillian Jacobs as Britta, Joel McHale as Jeff, Donald Glover as Troy -- (Photo by: Lewis Jacobs/NBC)

NBC Pushes Back Returns of ‘Community,’ ‘Whitney’

For fans of NBC series “Whitney” and “Community” who have been counting down the days until the two sitcoms return to the lineup, well, you’ll have to wait a little longer. The network announced that it was holding off on its plans for the primetime Friday comedy block, according to Deadline.com, and would no longer […]

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Ratings: ‘Idol’ Maintains Rebound for Second Week, Wins Night for Fox

“American Idol,” which stabilized last week after a period of declining ratings, stayed on an even keel Wednesday night and pushed Fox to an overall win for the night, according to preliminary numbers.

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Ratings: ‘American Idol’ Down 27% in Return, Still Tops Night

“American Idol,” the nation’s perennially top rated show, was down 27 percent from last season’s premiere in its return to the Fox schedule Wednesday, according to preliminary numbers.

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Jane Kaczmarek and Peter Gallagher Make War – and Love – on ‘Whitney’

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the holidays, which brings television viewers some of most special episodes of the season. Thursday, “Whitney” gets in on the festivities with a special episode entitled “Christmas is Cummings,” which welcomes veteran actors Peter Gallagher and Jane Kaczmarek to the NBC sitcom as the title character’s […]

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Guest Star Ken Marino Knows the Secret to ‘Whitney’s Success

Fans of cult comedies like “The State,” “Party Down” and “Children’s Hospital” know Ken Marino as an elastic character actor with the looks of a leading man and goofy demeanor of a Marx brother. Audiences at large, however, probably recognize the 42-year-old small-screen veteran from his numerous recurring roles and guest spots on everything from […]

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