[01/06/15 - 11:21 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, January 6 Updates include: Twentieth Television clears "Dish Nation" for two more years; Daniel Dae Kim to make his directorial debut on "Hawaii Five-0"; and Jorma Taccone to visit NBC's "Parks & Recreation."
[12/03/13 - 11:24 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, December 3 Updates include: Kevin Rankin, Virginia Kull board FOX's "Gracepoint"; Twentieth Television renews "Dish Nation"; and Louis C.K. inks overall deal with FX Productions.
[08/16/13 - 11:35 PM] Development Update: Friday, August 16 Updates include: Lauren Graham brings "Someday, Someday, Maybe" to The CW; Megan Park joins NBC's "Undateable"; and MTV gives series order to "Jerks with Cameras."
[01/28/13 - 11:11 PM] Development Update: Monday, January 28 Updates include: NBC orders an additional episode of "Chicago Fire"; Rob Corddry, Allison Janney land pilots; and The CW gives green light to two more dramas.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: renewed through the 2016-17 season (the show's fourth) on 1/6/15
DESCRIPTION: (from Twentieth Television's press release, July 2012) "Dish Nation," the half-hour entertainment news, television program featuring the leading drive-time personalities from across the nation, announces the addition of The DJ Laz Morning Show and the nationally syndicated, Dallas based drive-time program, Kidd Kraddick in the Morning. Cleared in over 95% of the country, including the FOX Television Stations in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, "Dish Nation" premieres weeknights starting on September 10th. "Dish Nation" is a daily program highlighting the nation's funniest radio shows; riffing on what's hot and happening that day in pop culture. A fresh, new format, "Dish Nation" gives a comedic twist to the news that's on everyone's minds. Whether the latest on celebrity couples, breaking entertainment news, hot pop culture moments or what happened on reality TV the night before- the "Dish Nation" personalities from Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Los Angeles and Dallas offer their outrageous regional perspectives each day, 52 weeks a year.