Why it doesn't make sense to judge a show by one airing
TCA 2014: Rice says show needs to find contestants who capture public's imagination
Duo tells TheWrap they approached Chase Carey and Peter Rice the day that Kevin Reilly resigned
"We look forward to leading this new Fox TV Group to greater heights than either company has achieved singularly," the duo wrote their colleagues. "And...
Duo will replace Kevin Reilly at the network
FX thriller's bloodsuckers won't "take you for a romantic dinner and brood about bulls--t," warns the show's co-creator at DGA premiere
The co-venture will develop, produce and exploit scripted, unscripted and factual entertainment programming
A frontrunner to replace the exiting entertainment chairman, Walden actually sees his job as a lateral move
COO Joe Earley and FX President John Landgraf are apparently not getting the job
No successor has been named yet; Reilly leaving by end of June
Monroe is Chief Marketing Officer for National Geographic Channels' domestic networks
Owens, who joined the network in 2011, will exit in June
From NBC to PBS, here's who decides what you watch
James Murdoch rises despite scandal
Travel to three states in a week, fixing a washing machine, and long drives to Ojai -- Leno shares his post-"Tonight Show" life with industry...
From Ben Sherwood to Gail Berman, here are some executives who might make sense
The new series will premiere on a ton of Fox Networks Group channels, including Nat Geo and Fox Sports channels
The veteran sports producer and executive will manage the two talent competitions in the absence of a reality programming chief
In new position, John Landgraf will oversee all aspects of entertainment and business operations for FX Networks and FX Productions
Longtime president of alternative entertainment announces he's leaving at the end of his current contract
Rice will take on the CEO role of Fox Networks Group, Hill will take a News Corp.-wide role as a senior VP after years in...
There are precious few people who can take on this job and win. Here are the three we think are most likely to succeed
If you think Randy, J.Lo and Steven were alone in picking their wild-card favorites on Thursday night's "American Idol" final-cut night, think again
The Aerosmith frontman is one of many candidates, but a deal to bring J. Lo to the show has been in the works "for months"
No judges are signed and no details are given; "Will be more constructive to talk about it all in one shot"
Acclaimed screenplay follows an obnoxious Frenchman who transports a stolen painting to London
Joe Earley, a 16-year veteran at the network, was promoted to president, marketing and communications, where he will continue to be responsible for all Fox...
Peter Rice will run Fox Broadcasting and FX and David Hill will oversee Fox's sports operations
Some 2010 goals for Moonves, Cowell and other small screen notables
It's "probable" that "Idol" will stick with its current four-judge format.