The New York and Los Angeles film critics have already picked their best movies of the year, and now their Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association are preparing to follow suit by announcing the nominees for the Critics’ Choice Awards, with winners of which will be announced… Read more...
The Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association have announced the full list of nominees for the 23rd Critics’ Choice Awards. Not surprisingly, given the great year horror has had in 2017, the genre scored a handful of nominations this year, which is rare given how often awards shows snub horror. Here’s […]
The Critics’ Choice Awards nominees are here. Selected by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), the awards will be handed out Thursday, January 11, 2018 at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica. The awards show will air live that night on the CW. ... More »
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association, one of the organizers of the annual Critics’ Choice Awards, has named MediaVillage editor Ed Martin as its new president. He replaces Joey Berlin, who has topped the organization since it was founded a decade ago. Show More Summary
Every summer at the Fox party for the Television Critics Association, I catch up with Al Jean. The showrunner of The Simpsons is always dutifully there, as the show is renewed through season 30 and Fox execs have given every impression of wanting to keep it going. Show More Summary
Fox has finally told us when Rent is due. The network revealed in May that it was adding the Tony-winning play to its calendar of live musical productions, and at the Television Critics Association press tour this summer, Fox bosses estimated that Rent would premiere sometime in late 2018. Well,... Read More >
At this summer’s Television Critics Association press tour, Seth MacFarlane described the void he wants to fill with the new science-fiction series, The Orville: Read more...
The This Is Us cast have reunited after their Televisions Critics Association Award win! The cast – including Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, Justin Hartley, Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz – stepped out at the show’s FYC Panel on Monday evening (August 14) at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. During the panel, the cast talked about [...]
Some of the most talked-about programs at this year’s Television Critics Association summer press tour surfaced near the end of presentations, when ABC, Fox and FX each had a day to showcase their respective shows. TVWeek Open Mic writer Hillary...
The stardust has settled from the just-ended Television Critics Association's annual summer meeting, revealing a lot, if not everything, about the 2017-18 TV season. With a posh hotel as staging center, a two-week parade of actors, producers and executives dished in Q&A sessions about their projects...
Following the wild success of Grease Live last year, Fox is centering its next live musical around the holidays. During the Television Critics Association's Summer press tour, the network announced that it will be adapting 1983's A Christmas Story for its upcoming telecast. Show More Summary
Sarah Paulson is part of the ensemble of Ocean’s 8, an all female Ocean’s 11 led by Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway. After a Television Critics Association panel for the new season of American Horror Story, Paulson told...Show More Summary
After 16 days, more than 40 networks and streaming outlets and hundreds of panels, the Television Critics Association's summer press tour has come to a end. (If you missed any of Adweek's TCA coverage, you can find it here.) While most of the networks were focused on their new fall shows, the press tour offered...
Are Sarah Paulson and Alison Pill the newest American Horror Story power couple? Paulson confirmed as much Wednesday during a Television Critics Association panel discussion about the anthology show’s latest installment, American Horror Story: Cult. “There are two women married to each other,” she explained, before adding, “It’s me and ... More »
The TV apocalypse is nigh. FX CEO John Landgraf, who coined the phrase Peak TV, told journalists on Wednesday during his Television Critics Association executive session what’s been obvious for some time: A “profound shift” is coming to the television business, and we are “heading from an optimal number of ... More »
During FX's executive panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Wednesday, FX president John Landgraf updated everyone on the status of Mayans MC, the Sons of Anarchy spin-off that's currently in development. And things are looking good. In a sizzle reel to promote FX's new... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Sons of Anarchy
Atlanta creators Donald Glover and his brother Stephen Glover are writing a Deadpool animated series for FX. Speaking with the Television Critics Association today, FX CEO John Landgraf said the Glovers have been working on Deadpool while Donald is in London filming the Han Solo movie. Show More Summary
Fox is considering a revival of its classic animated series King of the Hill. Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden told The Hollywood Reporter at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that the network hasShow More Summary
Fox presented a Television Critics Association panel on their fall X-Men drama The Gifted. Creator and sho runner Matt Nix announced at the end of the panel that a recognizable mutant from the X-Men comics will appear in the second episode of the series. Show More Summary
“The X-Files” will return to FOX in 2018. At the Television Critics’ Association’s summer press tour today, Fox Entertainment president David Madden spilled some beans on the forthcoming eleventh season of “The X-Files.” For starters, we’ve learned that the massive cliffhanger at the end of Season 10 will be the start of Season 11. “When we […]