Bob Schiller, Writer on ‘I Love Lucy,’ Dies at 98

The two-time Emmy winner teamed with Bob Weiskopf in one of the great TV partnerships; they also worked on 'All in the Family' and many other shows.read more

Christine Z. Wiser, Documentary Filmmaker for Nat Geo and PBS, Dies at 74

Her films include 'The Search for the Great Apes' and 'The Animals Nobody Loved.'read more

Ray “Moosie” Turnbull, Legendary TV Curling Analyst, Dies at 78

The longtime broadcaster brought a sport played like lawn bowling on ice Monday Night Football-size ratings on Canadian television. read more

David Lyle, Pioneering Reality TV Executive, Dies at 67

He headed Fremantle USA when it brought 'American Idol' to the States and took NatGeo into scripted.read more

Carson Daly’s Mom Dies at 73

'Her spark will shine for eternity,' the Daly family said of their mother in an statement to NBC's 'Today' show, which announced the news.read more

Frank Vincent, Mob Boss Phil Leotardo on ‘The Sopranos,’ Dies at 78

The legendary bad guy also played toughs for Martin Scorsese in 'Raging Bull,' 'Goodfellas' and 'Casino.' read more

Don Ohlmeyer, Former NBC West Coast President, Dies at 72

Ohlmeyer had a long career in television production but is best known for firing Norm MacDonald from 'SNL' reportedly for off-color jokes about his friend O.J. Simpson. read more

Jay Thomas, Comic Actor on ‘Murphy Brown’ and ‘Cheers,’ Dies at 69

The Emmy winner most recently appeared on 'Ray Donovan' and spent many a Christmas season with David Letterman.read more

Jon Shepodd, the First Paul Martin on ‘Lassie,’ Dies at 89

He was on the long-running CBS series for just a season, starring with Cloris Leachman.read more

Bruce Forsyth, Iconic British TV Host, Dies at 89

The much-loved figure had a career spanning eight decades. read more

Beth Howard, Producer of Documentaries and Olympic Telecasts, Dies at 52

She worked on 'The Armstrong Lie,' Alex Gibney's 2013 film about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.read more

Joe Bologna, ‘My Favorite Year’ Actor and Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter, Dies at 82

He's survived by his frequent collaborator and wife of 52 years, actress Renee Taylor.read more

Ed Greene, Sound Mixer and Winner of 22 Emmy Awards, Dies at 82

He worked on 'American Idol,' live episodes of 'ER' and 'The West Wing' and the Oscars, Grammys and Tonys.read more

Joel Sadilek, Line Producer on ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ Dies at 48

The Iowa native was able to attend the film's premiere two weeks ago but was hospitalized the next day.read more

Haruo Nakajima, Original ‘Godzilla’ Actor, Dies at 88 (Report)

He wore the iconic monster suit for 12 films from 154 to 1972, as well as appearing in Akira Kurosawa classics at Toho. read more