'The Voice' Wraps Season 4, Crowns New Winner (Video) 11 hours ago
NBC's "The Voice" crowned its Season 4 winner on Tuesday's finale.
Note: Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched...
By Jethro Nededog
On Thursday's episode, the NBC comedy tries a new way of expressing itself
The judge won't be back for the revamped fourth season of the a capella competition
The Emmy-winning comedy writer has signed an overall deal with the studio.
In bidding Jay Leno adieu, NBC glosses over Conan's bumpy "Tonight Show" tenure
Fallon is taking over in spring 2014, moving the show to New York
Watch Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Nicole Kidman, Helen Hunt and more major stars read for early auditions
Christina Ricci was to have played a woman who discovers she has a daughter after waking up from a coma
"Tonight" hits a seven-week high in viewership as host Jay Leno gnaws the hand that feeds
Director Marc Webb tweeted a picture of B.J. Novak filming a scene on set
"Tonight Show" host dings bosses again
Tim McCarver will segue out of his current position and take a reduced position
"We are not considering replacing Matt Lauer," "Today" exec says
NBC's biggest hopes for spring return to mixed numbers
Lauer threatend to leave for ABC to get NBC to pay up, report says.
14 contestants in all have been lucky enough to walk away with the top prize -- here they are, and what's happened to them once the competition ended
NBC morning show will show excerpts from interviews compiled by filmmaker John Ziegler, who is producing "Framing Paterno" documentary
NBC enlists "Smash" and "Book of Mormon" stars -- and America shrugs. Maybe a cannibal psychiatrist can help
"The Tonight Show" will also move back to New York when Fallon takes over, New York Times reports
Follows reported email exchange between Leno, Bob Greenblatt
After a decent showing with "The Voice" as a lead-in last season, "Smash" has suffered in the ratings with its latest run
James Spader will play an Army intelligence officer who went AWOL and turns himself in
After strong fall, NBC slips to third place
Fox has the best chance of challenging ESPN, but it has a long, uphill climb
Annie Ilonzeh will play the adopted daughter of Rebeccca De Mornay's Mary Hatfield
"Risky Business" star Rebecca De Mornay will play Mary Hatfield in the Charlize Theron-produced project
Every single network pilot
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts