At the Television Critics Association summer press tour in 2015, Chelsea Handler took the stage to discuss her $10 million deal with Netflix. Questions mostly pertained to how a late-night talk show would work on a streaming service, but what Handler really wanted to talk about was the immediate future: a four-part docuseries called Chelsea Does. Show More Summary
At last year’s Television Critics’ Association Summer Press Tour, FX President John Landgraf made the biggest executive splash with the idea of “peak TV,” which tapped into the broader cultural anxiety about the sheer volume of television content. Show More Summary
You can probably thank the winter edition of the Television Critics Association press tour for all the recent (and forthcoming) news about TV shows that will either be forgotten or in production by the time the summer press tour rolls around. Show More Summary
FX’s John Landgraf likes to make bold claims. Earlier this year, he declared that his network’s shows are better on average than Netflix’s, and at the TCA summer press tour he explained that America will hit “peak TV” in 2015 or 2016, meaning that fewer TV shows will get made each year after that. Show More Summary
Details of the upcoming season of "The Vampire Diaries" were revealed during the Television Critics Association summer press tour.
In a recent interview with Collider, Arrow producer Wendy Mericle gave insight into the show's fourth season at The CW's Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour after their Running the Show: The Women Executive Producers of The CW panel. Show More Summary
Jennifer Nettles performing at NBCUniversal’s summer press tour party at Spago in Beverly Hills, CA.… READ ON
Heroes Reborn is gearing up for a splashy premiere over at NBC. While we?ve seen footage and know a bit about the new and returning cast, as well. This week at the TCA summer press tour, Heroes Reborn creator Tim Kring admitted that one fan favorite won?t be returning. Click To Continue Reading
Everyone has been talking about television’s latest “golden age,” but according to one network boss appearing at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, it may be too much of a good thing. The AP reports that Showtime Networks President...
There’s a good chance all of our moms could get together again for a 9 to 5 reunion. At the Television Critics Association summer press tour, Dolly Parton discussed the possibility of appearing on Grace and Frankie, the Netflix series that features her two Nine to Five co-stars, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, in the title roles. Read more...
Neil Patrick Harris came to the TCA Summer Press Tour to plug his new, live, eight-week variety show for NBC, Best Time Ever. Asked if he’d watched Fox’s very short-lived Knock Knock Live, which the network put out of its misery late...Show More Summary
At the TCA Summer Press Tour today, producer Will Packer came to speak about his new NBC comedy series Truth Be Told. But the press also wanted to chat about another one of his hot projects, the movie Straight Outta Compton, which is...Show More Summary
Josh Holloway of Lost fame returns to television with new USA drama Colony on January 14, 2016. Promoting the show, Holloway attended the NBC Universal Summer Press Tour, where he was joined by Sarah Wayne Callies, who will play his wife Katie. Show More Summary
The network CBS dropped some major spoilers for the upcoming second season of its hit action drama TV series "Scorpion" during its panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour earlier this week.
John Landgraf's provocative remarks that there's "simply too much television" on the air have continued to reverberate through the second half of the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. The latest to weigh in was Showtime...Show More Summary
While most broadcast networks arrived at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour with a plethora of new fall shows, The CW came with only one new series on its fall schedule: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The CW president Mark Pedowitz made few waves when he met with reporters. Show More Summary
Lisa Kudrow’s web-series-turned-TV-show is now just a web series again. During the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, Showtime president David Nevins said Kudrow’s Web Therapy series will not have a fifth season on TV. Show More Summary
Showtime announced today at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that it has renewed “Ray Donovan” and “Masters of Sex,” two of the pay-cable channel’s most popular and most acclaimed original series. Both shows will return in 2016 for...
When the cable channels and online video streamers began previewing their programming lineups at the Television Critics Association summer press tour this month, a number of especially intriguing new shows were in the mix. A few of the highlights have...
The Television Critics Association summer press tour is in full swing and Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson stopped to pose seductively for cameras.