NBC's Live You the Jury will Let Viewers Decide the Verdict in Real-Life Cases

Norman Weiss

NBC's live You the Jury will let viewers decide the verdict in real-life cases
Dick Wolf will produce the live one-hour court show, his fifth show for the Peacock. You the Jury will focus on real-life civil cases.

Survivor fan voting rules have been fixed to clarify that CBS will have no say
A previous version of the Terms and Conditions page for the "Second Chance" voting read: "A combination of votes from CBS & the public will decide who from amongst the nominees presented will become the Fall 2015 Survivor cast."

Letterman's final full week of shows will feature Bill Clinton, Oprah, Howard Stern
George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Don Rickles will also be joining Dave next week on The Late Show .

Why couldn't Tina Fey have been named Letterman's successor?
Fey proved last night she would've been perfect for the Late Show job.

Anthony Geary is leaving General Hospital after 37 years
The eight-time Emmy winner for playing Luke Spencer says he's not quitting acting, "but I'm just weary of the grind and have been for 20 years."

Fox's Studio City may not be dead after all
Eric McCormack tweeted, "Fox is NOT picking up #StudioCity. America, you'd have LOVED this f*cking show." But it could be one "big misunderstanding," as Deadline reports. The drama about a drug dealer to the stars could become a midseason series.

True Detective unveils posters for its Season 2 main characters
Check out posters for Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch.

Jon Stewart calls Tom Brady a "cheating f*cker"
The Daily Show tackled the NFL's "Ballghazi" scandal last night: "You know, after 16 years," he said. "I've been here 16 years, 17 years. Sixteen and a half years, I don't know. I've seen it all: financial crisis to war, to another war, to war, to another—like nearly five wars—there's not much that can get to me anymore. Or so I thought."

Where does The Big Bang Theory go from here?
Showrunner Steve Molaro talks about the surprises on last night's season finale, and addresses whether there will be a time jump before next season.

Lance Bass denies having sex with Andy Cohen
Earlier this week on Watch What Happens Live, Cohen said the former boy band member was the most famous person he had sex with. "This is an old story," says Bass. "Three years ago we told everyone we hooked up…Now it's getting into who did who? I can just tell you right now, there was no Andy D going in my B."

ESPN is parting ways with Bill Simmons
"I've decided that I'm not going to renew his contract," ESPN president John Skipper said of Simmons, long known as the "Sports Guy." "We've been talking to Bill and his agent and it was clear we weren't going to get to the terms, so we were better off focusing on transition."

Brian Regan to star in Comedy Central's first-ever live standup special
Brian Regan: Live will air from Radio City Music Hall on Sept. 26.

For Mother's Day, Jimmy Kimmel has kids choose between mom and dad
"Who do you love more, mom or dad?" people on the street were asked. PLUS: Scott Foley and Bellamy Young filmed a bizarre Scandal-themed sketch for Kimmel.