"American Idol" ticks down a bit, still hands network an easy win
PTC President Tim Winter argues broadcasters have a commercial interest in allowing kids to see violent shows
Before "Star Wars" and "Star Trek," Abrams had his thumbprint on more shows than one might realize -- or remember. Take a trip down J.J....
With "Almost Human," more than you might expect
Executive producer Eric Kripke explains where the NBC drama is heading this season
In new time slot, "Revolution" is close to final episodes of last season
We know the lights are back off, but here's what else is going down on the NBC drama's second year
More than a billion real people – like the characters on the show – lack electricity
A sign to some that the military will not keep power: Mohamed elBaradei will join the new administration
Fox special "Rihanna 777" draws disappointing numbers
"Grimm," "Parenthood" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" also earn renewals
ABC is most-watched network for the night
NCAA finals rise 7 percent from last year to give CBS a win
"Dancing With the Stars" draws night's largest audience
"Tonight Show" host dings bosses again
NBC's biggest hopes for spring return to mixed numbers
Other shows include "The West Wing" and the recently canceled "666 Park Avenue"
"Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara explains what brings his zombie epic to life. (It isn't backstory)
CBS hits season highs with its primetime roster
Network springs from fourth to first in ratings
"Dancing With the Stars" gets a bump in key demographic
"Dancing With the Stars" is night's most-watched program
J.J. Abrams has produced a slew of hit shows over the past decade, including "Lost," "Fringe" and "Revolution"
Return dates for "Community," "Celebrity Apprentice," "The Voice" "Smash" and others also announced
"The Voice" grows 16 percent for first "knockout round' episode and helps deliver NBC a ratings victory
Some shows thrive when they stop trying to be all things to all people
J.J. Abrams' "Revolution" rises 13 percent in key demo
ABC most-watched with steady "Dancing With the Stars" and "Castle"
Third-place network benefits from "The Voice," "Sunday Night Football"
An early vote of confidence -- and reversal of fortune