Taylor Kinney is opening up for the first about his life post-split with former fiancee Lady Gaga. The 35-year-old Chicago Fire actor shared during the NBC Summer Press day in Los Angeles that he’s too busy to date since the split. “My dating life is through Chicago Fire,” Taylor said. “I live vicariously through my [...]
We just want to gaze and gaze at these two beauties! Jennifer Lopez and Jenna Dewan-Tatum could not have been hotter at NBCUniversal's Summer Press Day held at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills Monday. Those legs though!!! Related: J.Lo Attends A Spring Training Game With A-Rod They make us want to work out, get a spray tan, [...]
Jennifer Lopez came to NBCU Summer Press Day to plug NBC’s new World Of Dance reality competition series on which she is executive prodcuer, as well as a member of the judge panel also including Derek Hough and Ne-Yo. They talked about...Show More Summary
Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP Howard Dean participates in "The Contenders: 16 for 16" panel during the PBS Television Critics Association summer press tour on Friday, July 29, 2016, in Beverly Hills, California. H oward Dean, former Governor...Show More Summary
The 2016 Television Critics Association summer press tour began with an impressive showing from Netflix, which came to Los Angeles to promote The Crown, The Get Down, Luke Cage, and Stranger Things. But the TV press was far more excited about a presentation for a show that debuted back when Netflix was just a DVD-delivery service: Gilmore Girls. Show More Summary
The Television Critics Association Summer 2016 Press Tour was in full swing, and TV's biggest executives and stars were out in full force in Los Angeles. Back in New York, Adweek and NCC Media's "Video 2020" Executive Lab event brought out young talent, execs and even a reality star.
Wrapping up our coverage of the Television Critics Association summer press tour, we take a look at the remaining broadcast networks — Fox and NBC — and their affiliated cable outlets, including FX and NBCUniversal’s cable channels E! and USA,...
Drama took center stage as the broadcast networks made their programming presentations at the recent Television Critics Association summer press tour, but they didn’t completely overlook comedy. In today’s report by TVWeek Open Mic writer Hillary Atkin, she looks at...
The cable portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour, which just wrapped up, included plenty of highlights, and TVWeek Open Mic writer Hillary Atkin was on the scene to do some of the footwork for viewers. Hillary filed...
In a recent panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris lambasted a reporter who asked about the racial makeup of his show’s audience: “I have the best job in the world and I am constantly having to talk about diversity,” he lamented. “I have the best actors. It’s ridiculous.” “Diversity” […]
Yesterday was the CW‘s day at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, which meant lots and lots of news about all the various shows based on DC Comics characters, what’s sometimes known as the “Arrowverse.” Some of that news, we’ve covered already, but there’s some important casting news that we haven’t reported yet pertaining […]
A familiar face is returning to The Flash when season three gets underway in October. During the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed that Gorilla Grodd would be back to potentially cause more trouble for the Central City gang.
Finally, some news about when to expect Homeland season six. Showtime president David Nevins revealed during his exec panel at TCA Summer press tour that Carrie Mathison's adventures...
It was Showtime today at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, and the pay-cable network had some good news for Ray Donovan and Homeland fans (of which we assume there are many). The Liev Schreiber-led show has been picked...Show More Summary
The TCA summer press tour is the gift that keeps on giving. Supergirl fans already have something to sing and dance about after it was announced that the show would do another crossover with The Flash with characters from both literally singing and dancing. Now, the CW series is beefing up its cast by adding two awesome new people to the mix.
Bryan Fuller, currently in the enviable position of showrunning the first new Star Trek series since Enterprise, was true to his word of a couple of days ago when he promised to "spoiler it up" regarding CBS All Access' upcoming Star Trek: Discovery. Show More Summary
Glee fans, your time has come. At the Television Critics Association summer press event today, the producers of The Flash and Supergirl announced that there will be not one but two musical crossover episodes in the second half of the upcoming season. Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin are, of course, ... More »
There's a cavalcade of announcements coming out of the TCA Summer Press for The CW's DC TV shows. Among the news of new heroes, a "significant character" coming out one of the four shows and a musical crossover episode, Arrow's EP Marc Guggenheim talked about the polarizing flashbacks on Arrow. TVLine reports that the end of the flashback convention is (mercifully) in sight.
CBS has been defending its record on diversity, with CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller getting grilled on the subject Wednesday at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour. But according to veteran TV critic Tim Goodman, writing for The Hollywood...
News emerged from the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Wednesday that CBS All Access’ forthcoming Star Trek series, Star Trek Discovery, will feature a diverse set of new characters, including an all new gay character… Read The post CBS ‘Star Trek Discovery’ TV Series Will Include New Gay Character, Female Lead appeared first on Towleroad.