Seinfeld's Festivus Inspires an Internet Radio Station

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

Seinfeld's Festivus inspires an Internet radio station

Pandora is teaming with Sony Pictures Television for a radio station “for the rest of us" this holiday season. Launching Monday, the Festivus station will feature holiday music along with standup from Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David. The station will run through the day after Festivus, Dec. 24.


The Good Wife creators to tackle Vatican City for Amazon

Robert King and Michelle King are developing a show about the pope’s first-ever female spokesperson, an American woman. This will be the Kings’ third TV show, after The Good Wife and CBS’ D.C. zombie drama BrainDead.


Tyra Banks will reprise her iconic Disney Channel role in a sequel to Life-Size

Lindsay Lohan, however, will not be reprising her role from the iconic 2000 TV movie.


Harry Styles got a Late Late Show tattoo after losing at James Corden’s Tattoo Roulette

The One Direction star ended up with “Late Late” tattooed on his arm after playing Corden’s game show.


Chris Hardwick hosted a Jimmy Kimmel Live mid-show recap show

Watch Hardwick interrupt Kimmel for KiMiddle.


DC's Legends of Tomorrow unveils its key art

Here are all the characters from The Flash and Arrow's superteam spinoff lined up.


Nickelodeon orders Crashletes from Rob Dyrdek

The user-generated viral sports clip show will be part of the NickSports TV block on Nicktoons in 2016.


Once Upon a Time is bringing back Prince Harry

Tony Perez will reprise his role as Lana Parrilla’s character’s father for the 100th episode.


Amy Schumer hung out last night with Billy Eichner

Check out their Instagram pics from last night’s GQ's Men of the Year bash.


The Wiz Live! may have single-handedly revived the live-musical -- after NBC’s 2 previously mediocre offerings

Predecessors The Sound of Music Live! and Peter Pan Live! “were novelty items,” says Willa Paskin, "mediocre productions with a cozy kitsch appeal ripe for hate-tweeting that made Broadway productions, any Broadway production, look unfathomably accomplished.” The Wiz Live!, on the other hand, “was wonderful. Whatever its ratings out to be, this production was a huge win for quality—proof, which had not previously existed, that one can stage a live TV musical and have it be excellent, not just an event.” PLUS: David Alan Grier can act — he made his scenes more complex, NBC smartly offered an underdog to root for in newcomer Shanice Williams, The Wiz Live! needed a studio audience, The Wiz Live! was exuberant — it took chances and was even cocky, it was a hot mess of a production, The Wiz Live! was "the blackest thing on television” on Thursday in more ways than one, Williams "can belt out lyrics in that soul-stirring, lung-scorching way that suggests singing isn’t so much an art as an Olympic sport,” and The Wiz Live! topped Peter Pan Live! with 11.1 million viewers.