Cut and run is an instinctive network and advertiser response when a reality TV show unexpectedly implodes. But it’s the wrong answer, not only to a PR problem but to a fundamental question of why reality shows exist in the first place.Read full article >>
One network's trash is a Late Show superfan's treasure. Following David Letterman's last show on Wednesday night, CBS wasted absolutely no time in dismantling the host's set and tossing it out to the curb Cue devoted fans rushing toShow More Summary
Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary
In the years that followed, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton showed up time and again as their young ally gained stature as governor of Maryland, hosting fundraisers, headlining rallies and connecting him to their sprawling network of...Show More Summary
[...] he hopes to become her chief rival for the Democratic presidential nomination. In the years that followed, the Clintons showed up time and again as their young ally gained stature, hosting fundraisers, headlining rallies and connecting him to their sprawling network of political donors.
Sorry, TV viewers, last week’s upfront presentations, in which networks showed off their new series, weren’t for you: They were for advertisers looking to shell out for prime commercial time. Lest you think you need to comb the Internet to find your new favorite show, we’ve done the work for you, and even organized it by genre. Show More Summary
How can Fox build on the momentum of TV's biggest hit in years? The network executives spoke for the first time on Monday about its plan for "Empire's" return and how it hopes to grow the show's already huge viewership. Despite reports...Show More Summary
David Letterman’s final show is Wednesday, May 20. During the nights leading up to the final show, many A-list celebrities have stopped by to talk to Letterman one more time before he leaves the show. The network has announced that Letterman,...Show More Summary
The first couple weeks of May each year can be a stressful time for television fans, but also quite informative. This is when the networks make many of their final decisions about which shows will get to stay on the air, which shows are canceled, and which TV pilots are ordered to series. Show More Summary
A comedy series that was recently canceled by the Fox Network has come back to life, with “The Mindy Project” moving to Hulu. Time magazine reports that the show, which was canceled by Fox earlier this month, was picked up...
Savage, we love you. With TV shows like American Idol, Revenge, and The Mindy Project getting cancelled recently, that just means there's going to be more room for the network prime time lineup this Fall! And while we'll miss some of the cancelled series, we're pretty pumped for what's about to come next. Specifically Dan Savage's new ABC [...]
The CW announced details of the new show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and released the first image and trailer. The network’s upfront gave up a few big details about the show — time travel factors in, and Caity Lotz is playing White Canary, among others. Show More Summary
It's television upfront season for the major broadcast TV networks. It's the time that the networks present their fall line up shows with the cast and answer questions from the media, critics, ad buyers and others. Like any event featuring celebrities, there are usually red carpet entrances. Show More Summary
Following NBC and FOX, ABC is the third network to reveal its schedule for the 2015-2016 schedule. Surprisingly, ABC may have the most stable schedule, with most returning shows staying in their same time slots. In fact, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday are exactly the same as this past year.
GCHQ said it's "openly" recruiting hackers for the first time, months after the Snowden documents showed the spy agency used them to target both terrorists and civilians.
Its bloodlust apparently satiated by the carnage of Friday’s cancelation spree, CBS has decided it’s had enough of severing TV shows from their networks for the time being. To this end, it’s renewed much of its current slate of drama...Show More Summary
The month of May is crunch time for network television shows, as this is the time when networks decide to cut bait with shows with low ratings. We now have the complete list of shows on all four major networks that won’t be returning in the fall — check it out below. Show More Summary
How can Fox build on the momentum of TV's biggest hits in years? The network executives spoke for the first time on Monday about its plan for "Empire's" return and how it hopes to grow the show's already huge viewership. Despite reports...Show More Summary
NBC’s schedule for next season includes a whopping 14 new TV series, and the network can only hope that it’s not doing as much house cleaning this time next year. As the Inquisitr previously reported, NBC recently lost a large chunkShow More Summary
Brace yourself for a whole lot of drama on NBC this fall. The network announced its fall 2015-2016 lineup Sunday. The new slate includes variety show "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris," "Heroes" revival "Heroes Reborn," crimeShow More Summary