Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's television beat writer.
Jason Lynch is Adweek's senior editor for television, covering trends, technology, personalities and programming across broadcast, cable and streaming video. Formerly TV Editor for People magazine, he has been covering the TV and movie industries for more than a decade.

The Big Sick’s Success Drove Epix’s Marketing Plan for Its New Ray Romano Series

With a new owner, the network recommits to scripted shows, starting with Get Shorty

5 Things We Learned at the TCA Summer Press Tour About How the TV Industry Is Changing

Linear now loves digital, SundanceTV makes its move and revivals reign.

FX Hopes Its New Ad-Free Offering Will Help Fortify Its ‘Epic Battle’ With Netflix

Streaming’s content volume and unlimited resources are “daunting,” said John Landgraf.

Mercedes Says It Doesn’t Mind Being in the Name of This New Show About Murder

The title for AT&T's Stephen King adaptation could change in Season 2.

After Watching American Idol Go to ABC, Fox Counters With a New Musical Competition Show

In The Four, a quartet of 'finalists' will defend themselves from new challengers each week.

CBS Will Launch a Streaming Sports Network Later This Year

The company hopes to replicate the success of its all-news CBSN.

Seeing Marvel’s New Inhumans Series in Imax Will Likely Cost as Much as Attending a Movie

Backlash is building for the series, which debuts in theaters 4 weeks before its ABC premiere.

For $6 a Month, Comcast Subscribers Can Watch FX and FXX Without Ads

AMC made a similar arrangement with the cable company in June

ABC Pulled Bachelor in Paradise Spot That Seemed to Revel In Its Sexual Assault Allegations

Chief Channing Dungey said she wasn't trying to 'sensationalize' the controversy

The Handmaid’s Tale, Atlanta and This Is Us Win TCA Awards

Big Little Lies and Speechless were also honored