How The Good Fight Is Taking on Trump and a News Cycle ‘on Steroids’

Showrunners Robert and Michelle King also talk about the art of creating fictional brands on the Good Wife spinoff.

FX Considered Making The Americans a Broader Show. Instead, It Became a Better One

John Landgraf decided the best way to save the drama was by making it even more unique.

On the Adweek Podcast: The Empire Builder Behind FX’s Enduring Success

John Landgraf is playing a long game, built on quality.

Until Fox’s Post-Disney Future Becomes Clearer, Some TV Writers May Keep Their Distance

‘Business as usual’ is easier said than done for creators who are pitching new projects.

John Landgraf on Ryan Murphy’s Importance to FX and Losing Him to Netflix

The producer ‘can do things that just can’t be done.’

USA and Syfy Prepare for Big Swings and New Franchises With Unsolved and Krypton

President Chris McCumber talks about taking chances with both of his networks.

Winter Olympics Ratings Were Down From 2014, but NBC Still Dominated Its Network Competition

The network hauled in $920 million in national ad sales, a Winter Games record.

UnReal’s Producers Explain How the Show Will Rebound From Season 2’s Backlash

Co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro puts her agency background to use on the Lifetime drama.

Can Edgy FX Thrive at Family-Friendly Disney?

How John Landgraf's daring network is expected to fare at its future owner.

Award Shows and Cable News Fueled a 7.1% Increase in January’s National TV Ad Revenue

NFL postseason games reversed the regular season ad spend declines