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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Trailer Looks Like the Biggest Blockbuster of the Year: “Winter Is Here”

HBO has released a brand new trailer for their mega-hit fantasy series Game of Thrones, and the network has officially outdone themselves this time. The show no longer looks like a TV show: it’s clearly moved into the huge budget blockbuster territory. Show More Summary

Time Warner Gets $100 Million Deal To Make Video For Snapchat

"Under the two-year deal with Snap Inc., Time Warner - which owns Warner Bros. as well as cable networks CNN, HBO, TBS and TNT - will develop and produce up to 10 made-for-Snapchat shows per year. The projects will span genres, including scripted dramas and comedies, and will reach across Time Warner's networks and entertainment […]

Scoreboard: Monday, June 19

Rachel Maddow had the top show of the night in the demo, but Fox News's dominance at 8 and 10 p.m. gave the network a prime time win.

CBS renews full daytime lineup including ‘Young and the Restless’ through 2018

Daytime is the right time for CBS. "CBS Daytime has never been stronger. From 30 consecutive years of being #1 in the ratings, to another year as the most honored network at the Daytime Emmys, our lineup of talk, game shows and dramas...Show More Summary

Snapchat is adding more big-name TV channels, including HBO

Snapchat has many more shows, created by some of the top TV channels, coming over the next two years. SEE ALSO: TV networks: Television is still the best, but here's our exclusive Snapchat Shows Time Warner — which owns HBO, Turner's cable channels, and Warner Bros. Show More Summary

Scoreboard: Tuesday, June 6

Rachel Maddow returned to TV and delivered the No. 1 show across all of cable with 3.17 million viewers. MSNBC was also the top news network in prime time, both in the demo and in total viewers.

Better Call Saul: When Co-Creator Peter Gould Think The Series Should End

We live in an age where TV producers are able to make their shows as creatively fulfilling as they can. In the past, the medium of television had been somewhat restrictive, as it needed to fit within the network time parameters, as well as have fitting content for their sponsors. Show More Summary

Newswire: Bill Maher will return to HBO this Friday—without Al Franken

The backlash from Bill Maher casually dropping the n-word on his Real Time show on Friday hasn’t quite died down yet, but HBO is clearly hoping that it does soon. Chance The Rapper publicly called for the premium cable network to cut...Show More Summary

Maher Could Lose His Job Over N-Word Comment

HBO talk show host Bill Maher could soon be out of a job after he wantonly used the N-word on his “Real Time” program, prompting National Action Network (NAN) head Rev. Al Sharpton to censure Maher and call for his … More » The post Maher Could Lose His Job Over N-Word Comment appeared first on EveryJoe.

Overrated/Underrated, Summer TV edition: 'House of Cards' faces an uphill battle, and the rise of the reboot

UNDERRATED Every show that’s ended, apparently: Were you sad when your “Friends” finally parted ways with network TV, and — to an extent — you? Wait awhile. While there may not be enough money yet on the table, time will tell, as networks and streaming services can’t get enough of reunions, with...

The 18 most exciting new TV shows you'll want to watch

The dust is settling and the dirty business of cancellations and renewals is mostly over, so it's time to take a look at the new batch of TV show offerings from the broadcast networks. There are plenty of themes that are still very much...Show More Summary

Daily Kos Radio is LIVE at 9 AM ET!

Look, either you listen to the show today, or I body slam you. Got it? Listen LIVE, right here at 9:00 AM ET! NPR not doing it for you? Have the networks left you mad as hell? Think The New York Times isn’t fit to print? Well, uh… that’s...Show More Summary

Adventure Time/Regular Show Crossover Coming From BOOM! Studios!

BOOM! Studios has announced the first crossover between two epically popular Cartoon Network shows: Adventure Time and Regular Show. The first issue of the six-issue crossover will be in comics shops in August. When a powerful new villain...Show More Summary

Adventure Time/Regular Show Crossover in the Works from BOOM!

Conor McCreery and Phil Murphy are crossing over the two hit Cartoon Network properties in a new comic series releasing under BOOM!'s KaBOOM! imprint. The post Adventure Time/Regular Show Crossover in the Works from BOOM! appeared first on CBR.

Upfronts 2017: Hits, Misses, Conan, Colbert & Bee

Another network Upfront Week is in the books, and it’s time to look back at the week that was. The presentations were thick with late-night stars hoping to wow the crowd in Jimmy Kimmel’s absence. Meanwhile, networks showed off their 2017-18 schedules and new series. Show More Summary

A Place Both Wonderful and Strange: The Perfect Shots of ‘Twin Peaks’

80 meaningful moments to get you back in that Lynchian spirit. win Peaks is bar none the most daring program ever shown on network TV, especially for its time. But it wasn’t just the show’s narrative that was so bold, it was also the...Show More Summary

Newswire: The CW’s Black Lightning will not be part of the Arrowverse

When The CW picked up Black Lightning, another superhero show executive produced by Greg Berlanti, we speculated that it would only be a matter of time before it crossed over with the other DC series on the network. But in a press conference...Show More Summary

Mike Golic’s Son Rips “Idiots” at ESPN for Breaking Up “Mike & Mike” (Tweets)

On Tuesday ESPN officially announced what sports fans have actually known since January. Some time in the near future, the long-running Mike & Mike show as we know it will end. The network is moving Mike Greenberg over to ESPN, where he will host a new morning show-SportsCenter hybrid. Mike Golic will remain on ESPN […]

Watch Trailers for ABC’s New 2017-2018 Shows: ‘Roseanne’ Returns, Zach Braff Forms ‘Alex, Inc.’ & More

Another day, another set of trailers from the upfronts presentations that networks are giving over in Hollywood. This time, it’s ABC coming out of the gate with trailers for all of their shows debuting this fall, as well as the midseason. Show More Summary

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