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Diane Keaton To Receive AFI Lifetime Achievement Award

Diane_Keaton_by_Firooz_Zahedi_2 Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton was today named the recipient of the American Film Institute's 45th AFI Life Achievement Award. "Diane Keaton is one of the most beloved leading ladies of American film," said Howard Stringer, chair of the AFI Board of Trustees. Read More

NBC, CBS Dominate Weekly TV Ratings

NBC finished first among the four major broadcast networks on the opening night of the 2016-17 prime-time television season, but CBS had the most-watched of the night's two series premieres, the Kevin James- starring comedy "Kevin Can Wait."   Read More

Emmy Ratings Hit Lowest Mark Since 1982

The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards drew 11.3 million viewers, the smallest audience since individual viewership figures began being released on an annual basis in 1982, according to preliminary data released today by Nielsen.   Read More

New Comedies With Ted Danson, Kevin James To Premiere Tonight

Comedies with familiar faces premiere tonight on CBS and NBC as the 2016-17 prime-time television season begins. "Kevin Can Wait" (8:30 p.m., CBS) marks Kevin James' return to television after a nine-season absence. James portrays a recently retired police officer whose retirement plans don't go exactly as planned.     Read More