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No word if Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj will be back as judges, but the resurrection of American Idol less than a year after the once ratings blockbuster ended its 15-season run on Fox looks like more of a done deal – at least legally. As...Show More Summary
Fox’s long-running reality singing competition “American Idol” went out with a bang in April, as the three original hosts reunited with stars Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and others. But, unlike Simon Cowell’s edge, it may not be...Show More Summary
American Idol, which had a home on Fox for 15 seasons, may be revived by NBC.
American Idol spent 15 years on Fox wowing fans with its vocal talents, but it looks like another network wants to bring it back for more.
It’s been less than a year since American Idol wrapped its 14-year run on Fox — so, naturally, there’s already talk of reviving the show. Vulture has confirmed a Variety report that producer Fremantle Media has been looking to set up a reincarnated version of the groundbreaking music-competition format, with ... More »
Does Ryan Seacrest need the work that badly? We thought we'd seen the last of American Idol after FOX canceled the OG primetime singing competition last year. But not even a year later, NBC is already talks to revive the hit series! According to Variety, the peacock network has been pitched a new and improved version of the [...]
When “American Idol” ended on FOX last year, a lot…
NBC is said to be in talks with FremantleMedia to revive “American Idol,” which shut down almost a year ago after a 15-season run on Fox. Variety broke the news this morning. “According to sources with knowledge of the discussions,....
NBC is in discussions to revive the singing competition show that produced huge ratings for Fox.
It seems like just yesterday we were bidding farewell to the talent search of the aughts known as American Idol. It was actually about a year ago that American Idol departed from Fox after 15 seasons, leaving a “pitchy” void in fans’ hearts. Show More Summary
American Idol aired what was supposed to be its last season on Fox last year, but that might not be the end for the former biggest show on television: Variety reports that NBC and production company Fremantle Media are in talks to revive the singing competition. NBC is reportedly mulling cutting The... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com American Idol Simon Fuller
When American Idol wrapped up things up with season 15 on FOX, there were rumors almost immediately that the show would be revived. Ryan Seacrest even signed off the show with a "goodbye for now" message. Now Variety reports that an American Idol revival might already be in the works at NBC.
Too soon? Less than a year after American Idol ended its 15-season run on Fox, the singing reality series is eyeing a comeback on a different network, NBC. Idol producer FreemantleMedia North America and creator Simon Fuller started pitching a new installment even before the series had wrapped its final season in April. Show More Summary
A former contestant on the Fox singing competition “American Idol” has filed a suit alleging that his ear was damaged in a backstage incident, TMZ.com reports. “Michael Simeon claims he was fitted for an earpiece during his 2014 stint on...
Former American Idol producer Core Media is suing 21st Century Fox and private-equity firm Apollo Global Management over a deal to acquire Core in 2011, when the singing competition series still topped the primetime ratings. The suit,...Show More Summary
Is American Idol returning in 2018? No, or at least, Fox is definitely not planning a revival any time soon. However, that didn’t stop creator Simon Fuller from kidding around – maybe with a side of faking it until you’re making it –...Show More Summary
"American Idol" is receiving the TV academy's 2016 Governors Award for its impact on television. The academy said Friday that the Fox singing contest was more than a hit, citing its use of social media, influence on the pop-culture conversation — and the talent-show imitators it spawned. The Governors...
The Television Academy has named a series that is credited with changing television as the recipient of the annual Governors Award. Variety reports that the honor has been awarded to Fox’s “American Idol,” which ended its 15-season run in April....
How’s this for an encore? Fox’s American Idol, which wrapped its 15-year run in April, is set to receive the 2016 Governors Award from the TV Academy “in recognition of its game-changing impact on the medium.” The award honors an individual...Show More Summary