Snapchat just scored a big win: streaming highlights from the Olympics. According to Bloomberg, Snacphat penned a deal with NBC to show off clips from the Olympics, the first time NBC has shared content outside of its own network in the US. Show More Summary
A couple of times a year, the major networks will air a classic Peanuts movie around a major holiday. Now, however, fans of the comic strip should be pleased to learn that Peanuts is coming back to television.Click To Continue Readi...
Boom Studios' comic adaptions of Cartoon Network shows such as Adventure Time and Steven Universe, published through their KaBoom imprint, has resulted in some of the best all-ages comics in recent memory. Hot on the heels of a successful...Show More Summary
Hulu maintains a massive library of over 3,000 TV shows, and one of its big tasks is deciding which shows to license. That means Hulu spends a lot of time poring over different points of data, including how much shows are pirated, according...Show More Summary
Good news, Saturday Night Live fans! We’re about to get more time for sketches to air on NBC when the show returns for its 42nd season this fall. The peacock network will be go lighter on commercial time during each new episode of Saturday...Show More Summary
All Times Eastern College Football Inside College Football: The Quarterback Show — CBS Sports Network, 8 p.m. College Softball Notre Dame at North Carolina — ESPNU, 7 p.m. UCLA at Arizona — Pac-12 Network/Pac-12 Los Angeles/Pac-12 Arizona, 10 p.m. Show More Summary
Researchers have used 'network theory' for the first time to visually depict the movement of dinosaurs around the world during the Mesozoic Era - including a curious exodus from Europe. The research, published today in the Journal of...Show More Summary
You might be about to see a lot less clickbait on Facebook. The social network is tweaking the algorithm it uses to determine what posts and articles to show you to take into account the "time spent viewing" an article as an indicator...Show More Summary
Gary Owen, a white comedian loved by black audiences, has landed a show on BET, making him the first white lead in the network’s history. Read more...
2016 has been a relatively calm year for bubble shows. For the first time in awhile, all five broadcast networks gave early renewals to the bulk of their lineups, leaving a handful of shows — mostly freshmen — on the fence. Leading the...Show More Summary
The results are in: Farm to School in early care and education builds healthy kids with bright futures! In 2015, the National Farm to School Network surveyed early care and education providers across the country. Nearly 1,500 providers...Show More Summary
HBO’s The Wire is considered to be one of the greatest television shows of all time. One of the network’s signature Original Programming show was one of television’s most celebrated shows for its characters, writing, and important subject matter. The show made an American city a living, breathing character. The show was not afraid to […]
Someday there will be a TV sitcom or drama about a formerly fictitious social network, that becomes real. And at the same time it becomes real in the real world. We all become part of the TV show.
CBS’s new Star Trek television series, which will be aired exclusively on the network’s new online streaming platform All Access, is going to be set in the time period between the original series film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, BirthMoviesDeath is reporting. What’s more: it […]
I live a mobile life, an orderly one at that. I get almost all my news on the phone, even when sitting in front of an office desktop or a laptop at home. I'm tired of babbling TV weather people, so I go straight to an app. I do my [...
Bravo has produced a number of digital spin-offs for its TV programs, but for the first time ever, the network is releasing a series that isn’t derivative of any other show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bravo will launch Going...Show More Summary
Although Netflix isn?t at a point where it?s putting out a new show every week, the streaming giant?s library is growing at a rapid pace, and it?s getting better and better all the time, and networks are starting to feel that heat.Click To Continue Reading
For their first episode of April, THE HORROR SHOW is sadly divided, with co-host Joe unfortunately available to rise to the eerie occasion this time around! However, rather than allow a wicked week to go by without an episode, Sean takes on solo hosting duties this week and holds an impromptu “fan mail” episode of […]
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, April 6. All times are Eastern. Top picks Heartbeat (NBC, 8 p.m.): Your friendly neighborhood What’s On Tonight contributor’s second favorite show, Heartbeat, has decided to get really intense, with “100,000 Heartbeats.” Heartbeat, you crazy for this one. Show More Summary
A look at the defining shows of the network's early days and a suggestion that we've never quite seen the last of at least one of them.