HBO is the first cable network to really embrace streaming as a “valid” way to watch television, and when compared to the many media streaming services currently available, HBO provides some of the best value around. For a while, the...Show More Summary
Most networks don’t even bother attempting to program against the Super Bowl. But every channel has to air something, including your local cable provider’s porn channels. Here are the titles of porn movies airing on Time Warner Cable opposite the Super Bowl, according to today’s TV Guide: Read more...
Viceland debuts as a cable channel on Leap Day 2016. A few nights later, the new TV network will premiere FLOPHOUSE, a documentary series directed by Lance Bangs that drops in on houses across America that serve as underground comedy communes for stand-ups. Each episode will revolve around one such house in one such city, culminating […]
The Fox News Channel, which has been the top-rated cable news network for more than 14 years, hit yet another milestone during the first month of 2016, when the FNC's audience jumped 30 percent in total numbers for the full day to again...Show More Summary
A drama series that has barely come out of the gate has already picked up a renewal. Deadline.com reports that USA Network renewed the sci-fi series “Colony” for a second season. The show, from Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal, has...
Three episodes in, USA Network’s new sci-fi drama series Colony, from Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal, has been renewed for a second season. The project, from Legendary Television and Universal Cable Prods. stars Josh Holloway and Sarah...Show More Summary
A drama series has the dubious distinction of being the first original scripted series to get the ax from cable and satellite channel WGN America. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the network pulled the plug on “Manhattan,” which...
A drama series delivered a big audience for its premiere this week, setting a record for its cable network. Citing Nielsen same-day figures released Wednesday, Variety reports that “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” delivered 5.11 million viewers for...
Network evening newscasts rank below news websites and radio.
In just a few short weeks, Vice will finally have a television playland — something it has been working on for a few years now. On February 29, Viceland lauches with the goal of bringing millennials back to TV or squeezing out the final...Show More Summary
USA Network has opted not to proceed with The Wilding, its two-hour supernatural drama pilot from executive producers Tim Kring, writer-creator Silka Luisa and Universal Cable Prods.. The project, starring Jordana Spiro, was part ofShow More Summary
Over the past day, two analysts on two different cable networks have criticized Hillary Clinton for shouting too much.
The cable network is redeveloping the six-hour mini starring Casey Affleck, potentially scrapping the multiple episodes that have been shot. read more
What’s good for Comcast may not be good for the cable networks it carries.
In an exclusive before Viceland’s cable launch, Vice’s CEO and network co-president Spike Jonze on their plans ("12 months from now, we'll be on the cover of 'Time' as the guys who brought millennials back") and traditional media ("Bob Iger...needs to at least have some pathfinder saying, 'Hey Bob, I figured this out over here'"). read more
The Iowa caucuses, which took place on Monday night, set new viewership records for all three cable news networks, according to Nielsen fast data. Fox News led the way with 4.46 million total viewers between 8 and 11 p.m., followed by CNN with 3.73 million viewers and MSNBC with 1.97 million viewers. In the advertiser […]
Fox News is No. 2 behind ESPN.
The three main cable news networks, Fox News, CNN and MSNBC, each attracted much larger audiences for their reports on the Iowa caucus than they did 2012.
Networks see double-digit growth for coverage from Iowa.
Most Monday entertainment programs did not hold up well against the real-life drama of the the Iowa caucus results which was unfolding throughout the evening on the cable news networks. There were week-to-week declines across the board on the Big 4 networks, led by Fox’s The X-Files and Lucifer. Show More Summary