A Twitter storm is brewing over Amazon and its affiliation with the National Rifle Association. The furor is due to the fact that Amazon, on its streaming platform, distributes a channel called “NRA TV,” which is a television operation run by the gun-rights lobbying organization. Show More Summary
Trash talk can be tricky unless you're WWE superstar, The Miz. The seven-time Intercontinental Champion, whose real name is Mike Mizanin, showed us how it's done during the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. In the stellar...Show More Summary
The Television Critics Association's winter press tour comes to a close today, capping 14 days in which approximately 40 broadcast, cable and streaming outlets presented their early-2018 shows to hundreds of TV journalists. But a company that never set foot inside Pasadena, Calif.'s Langham Huntington dominated most of those two weeks. Netflix once again skipped...
The #MeToo movement is quickly expanding, but where is it going? That’s a question the new PBS mini-series #MeToo, Now What? plans to address, according to Deadline. The network announced today at a Television Critics Association event that author and advocate Zainab Salbi will serve as host and executive editor ... More »
Press release from PBS, Jan. 16, 2018: PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger today announced at the Television Critics Association #METOO, NOW WHAT?, a new five-part, half-hour series hosted by Zainab Salbi, founder of Women for Women International, premiering Friday,...
/Film had a one-on-one interview with Jason Micallef, developer and showrunner of the Heathers TV adaptation, after his Television Critics Association panel. We’ll bring you that full interview when the show premieres in March, but during...Show More Summary
Robert Kyncl, YouTube’s Chief Business Officer, took questions from the Television Critics Association on Saturday. Many of those questions were about Logan Paul, the YouTube creator who posted a video featuring him discovering and laughing at a dead body in Japan. Show More Summary
Paramount Network, the rebrand of Spike TV launching January 18, presented to the Television Critics Association on Monday. In opening announcement, Kevin Kay, President of Paramount Network, TV Land and CMT, said that co-productions of Waco and Yellowtone would not credit The Weinstein Company or Harvey Weinstein. Show More Summary
With the Television Critics Association winter tour continuing over the weekend, news has been plentiful on new and returning TV shows on all the various broadcast/cable networks and streaming services. Today, we have word on the fate...Show More Summary
Catherine Zeta-Jones sits next to her co-star Juan Pablo Espinosa at the Cocaine Godmother panel during the A+E Networks’ 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour on Sunday (January 14) in Pasadena, Calif. Last week, Catherine‘s husband Michael Douglas released a statement after hearing about pending allegations that would be revealed against him by a [...]
There's still a wait until the next chapter of The Walking Dead is set to debut. The second half of The Walking Dead season 8 will premiere on Sunday, February 28. However, at the Television Critics Association, several major bits of new information dropped about The Walking Dead and its spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead.
The lack of women in directorial roles continues to cause a stir in Hollywood, but online, a major content platform is ensuring its projects promote female representation. During an event at the Television Critics Association press tour...Show More Summary
Showrunner Bruce Miller, star Elisabeth Moss, and producer Warren Littlefield were on a Television Critics Association panel for the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale. Despite trailers indicating substantial departures from Margaret Atwood’s book in the sophomore season, the creators of the Hulu show promised season 2 would still depict the book. Show More Summary
Naya Rivera was all smiles on Saturday night as she hit the red carpet before attending the YouTube portion of the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington in Pasadena, California. Related: Naya & Ryan Dorsey Agree To Joint Custody Of Son Josey! As you may know, this marks the Glee alum's first [...]
Adam Shankman was on a Television Critics Association panel for Step Up: High Water, the YouTube Red series he is producing based on the Step Up films. After the panel, he spoke with /Film about the sequel to Enchanted. Shankman is set to direct the film, which is titled Disenchanted. Show More Summary
Joel Stillerman, Chief Content Officer at Hulu, opened the steaming service’s Television Critics Association panels with a series of announcements about upcoming new projects, including a March of the Penguins sequel, a Catch-22 series...Show More Summary
Sony's free, ad-supported streaming service Crackle will rebrand as Sony Crackle this spring, the outlet announced at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. The new name will allow Crackle--make that Sony Crackle-- "to lean into the power of what Sony stands for," Eric Berger, GM for Crackle and evp and chief digital officer for...
Elisabeth Moss sits on stage with showrunner/Executive producer Bruce Miller and executive producer Warren Littlefield for Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale panel at the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour on Sunday (January 14) in Pasadena, Calif. The trailer and release date for season two also premiered – be sure to check it out! During [...]
Marisa Tomei will guest-star in the second episode of The Handmaid's Tale's second season, executive produce Bruce Miller told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews Sunday. Miller didn't reveal much about Tomei's character except that she would be the wife of a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Handmaid's Tale Elisabeth Moss
Director James Cameron appeared on a Television Critics Association panel this weekend for his upcoming AMC docuseries James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction. Inevitably, the panel ended with a question about the new Avatar sequels. Show More Summary