Viacom Goes Big With Trevor Noah's Daily Show Debut, Which Will Air on All Its Networks

Will simulcast on MTV, VH1, BET and more

Comedy Central is giving Trevor Noah the biggest platform possible when he makes his Daily Show hosting debut on Monday: Parent company Viacom will simulcast his first episode across all…

ESPN's Scott Van Pelt Says He Got His Big Break by 'Pretending to Be Arnold Palmer'

Calls career 'a gigantic happy accident'

ESPN's Scott Van Pelt explains that it's impossible to follow in his footsteps because his path to success isn't something that can be duplicated. Van Pelt was a young production…

Nickelodeon Looks to Win Back Millennials by Re-airing All the '90s Shows They Used to Love

TeenNick's 'The Splat' lineup debuts Oct. 5

Nickelodeon may have figured out how to bring back the audience that flocked to it in the '90s: rerun all of their favorite shows from that era. Its sister network, TeenNick,…

This Uproxx Series Will Spot Emerging Stars for Honda

10 episodes bring new music to Honda Stage

Honda is continuing its odyssey to find emerging talent for its 16-month-old Honda Stage Music Program. So today it's launching a web series, in partnership with digital studio Woven, to…

Empire Continues to Reign, Drawing 16.2 Million Viewers for Its Season 2 Premiere

Best ratings of all scripted series to debut this week

Returning last night after a six-month hiatus, Empire showed that it's still a phenomenon with audiences.  An impressive 16.2 million viewers watched the Fox drama's Season 2 premiere Wednesday night. The…

Discovery Adds DirecTV’s Paul Guyardo as Chief Commercial Officer

He will oversee ad sales and digital media

Discovery Communications has poached DirecTV exec Paul Guyardo, who will join the company in the newly created role of chief commercial officer. Guayardo, who starts Oct. 5, will oversee the…

12 Social-Savvy Showrunners Worth Following on Twitter and Instagram This Fall

Shonda Rhimes, Mindy Kaling are feedworthy

As the new TV season kicks off this week and the broadcast premieres begin en masse, the networks are pulling out all the stops to lure audiences. For many shows,…

After Scoring Big With TGIT, ABC Calls Its Wednesday-Night Comedies 'ABC Funny'

Network brands another night

Last fall, ABC successfully branded an entire night of programming with TGIT (Thank God It's Thursday). Now the network has begun singing the praises of a second night of shows: Welcome,…

Can Fox's Empire Continue to Rise in Season 2 After Becoming a Midseason Sensation?

Network hopes to increase ratings, ad revenue

Even if Fox suffers a repeat of last year's disastrous fall, during which four of its five new series almost immediately imploded, the network should have a much brighter and…

This New Measurement Tool Shows Millennials Are Watching as Much TV as Ever

Can it solve TV's digital dilemma?

As the new TV season kicks off with 22 new shows debuting over the next month, networks and advertisers will begin to make sense of which series are clicking with…

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