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Guillermo del Toro’s “The Strain” to Conclude Next Year

“The Strain”, the vampire thriller drama from Carlton Cuse, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will conclude its run on FX next year, Deadline reports. The cable network has given the series, which is midway through airing its third season, a renewal for a fourth and final season to air in summer 2017. “We sincerely […]

‘High Maintenance’ Renewed By HBO For Season 2

Pot-themed comedy High Maintenance’s move from the Web to TV will continue. HBO has given a second-season order to the series following its strong debut on the pay cable network earlier this month. Providing a glimpse into the homesShow More Summary

‘The Mindy Project’ Acquired By VH1 & Freeform In Syndication

NBCUniversal Television and New Media Distribution today announced cable syndication deals with VH1 and Freeform for the first five seasons of The Mindy Project. The Universal TV-produced show will begin airing on both networks in October...Show More Summary

Is This the Best Fall TV Season in Recent Memory?

This article originally appeared in Vulture. Are we currently experiencing the best fall TV season in several years? Considering the reception that has greeted many of 2016’s new network, cable, and streaming series, it certainly feels that way, which is a little unusual. Show More Summary

Election Year Ratings are Gold for Cable News

Politico: “The three major cable news networks are set to make nearly $2 billion in ad revenues, and the three main business networks are set to add another $458 million in ad revenue from just the 2016 calendar year.” The post Election Year Ratings are Gold for Cable News appeared first on Political Wire.

NBN Will Roll 'Fibre To The Curb' To 700,000 Homes Around Australia, Abandoning Optus Cable

The rollout of Australia’s NBN will abandon almost all of Optus’s HFC cable network that it paid $800 million for back in 2011, with up to 700,000 homes around the country instead being connected to the NBN through fibre to the distribution...Show More Summary

Trumpocalypse Showers Cable News Networks With Q3 Ratings Records

The 2016 presidential election cycle has been very goo to cable news networks. Fox News Channel delivered its most watched quarter ever in total day viewership.  FNC ranked No. 1 in basic cable for Q3 primetime and total day total viewers. Show More Summary

New Numbers Push Last Night’s Debate to a Viewership Record — How Did the Cable Nets Stack Up?

New viewership data on last night’s presidential debate reveals that the cable news networks saw a strong turnout, with Fox News Channel leading the pack as the debate set a record for overall viewing. The Hill cites early Nielsen figures...

Q3 2016 Ratings: Fox News Is Most-Watched Cable Network

Averaging 1.41 million viewers every day for the last three months was a record for the 20-year-old network.

Huawei Marine and Rostelecom Complete Construction of Submarine Cable Network Kamchatka-Sakhalin-Magadan

Huawei Marine and Rostelecom today announced that they have completed construction of the submarine fiber optic cable connecting Kamchatka and Sakhalin in Russia. The construction of this 900 kilometer (km) submarine cable segment completes...Show More Summary

‘The Strain’ Renewed For Fourth & Final Season By FX

The Strain, Carlton Cuse, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s vampire thriller drama, will conclude its run on FX next year. The cable network has given the series, which is midway through airing its third season, a renewal for a fourth...Show More Summary

Is This the Best Fall TV Season in Recent Memory?

Are we currently experiencing the best fall TV season in several years? Considering the reception that has greeted many of 2016’s new network, cable, and streaming series, it certainly feels that way, which is a little unusual. Typically, as we inch toward the beginning of October, professional and nonprofessional TV ... More »

VOTD: What Makes a Good TV Show Title Sequence?

Right now we’re in a new golden age of television where the programming that’s on our screens at home, whether it’s from networks, cable channels or streaming services, is some of the best quality storytelling right now. And a small part of what makes any television show memorable is a great opening title sequence. Show More Summary

What Time Is The Debate Tonight? Watch Clinton-Trump Debate Live On Facebook, Twitter, And YouTube If You’re Not Near A TV

What time does the presidential debate start tonight and how can you watch the Clinton and Trump showdown if you aren’t near a television? Aside from a long list of TV and cable networks that will be broadcasting the debate live on Monday night, the 90-minute event will be shown via live stream on three... Show More Summary

You'll never guess the most-watched presidential debate in history

It's been 47 months and four days since we've last witnessed a presidential debate — and Monday's kickoff to the three primetime events can't come fast enough for cable news networks. Back on Oct. 22, 2012 — the last one — Barack Obama and Mitt Romney went toe-to-toe to the tune(-in) of 59.2 million total viewers. Show More Summary

How to Stream Tonight's Presidential Debate For Free, No Cable Required

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tonight at 9pm ET, 7pm PT. And while every broadcast network will be airing the debate commercial-free, cordcutters might be wondering how to watch without a traditional TV connection. Well, we’ve got you covered. Read more...

Where to Watch the First Clinton-Trump Debate

Here are the coverage plans for the broadcast and cable networks.

CNN's Trump 'Wins': Bombings in New York, New Jersey. 'Losses': Skittles.

Say what you want about our cable news networks, but they will trudge through muddy, blood-soaked fields and climb the highest battlements to bring you what's really important in our collective debate over who ought to be our nation's top leader, come next January: The optics. x Wins: Bombings. Show More Summary

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