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.

When It Comes to Netflix’s $8 Billion Budget, Showtime Says Bigger Isn’t Necessarily Better

The premium cable network won’t outspend its rivals but says it can still thrive in the Peak TV era.

Stephen Colbert Says His Trump Series Is Animated to ‘Accurately Capture’ White House Life

Our Cartoon President premieres Jan. 28 on Showtime.

Donald Glover Says Season 2 of Atlanta Will Be More Like Tiny Toon Adventures

The follow-up, called Atlanta Robbin’ Season, debuts March 1.

FX’s John Landgraf Says Being Bought by Disney Could Be ‘a Really Good Thing’ for His Network

The CEO is optimistic that his distinctive brand can thrive under its soon-to-be-owner.

There’s No Stopping Peak TV, as 487 Scripted Series Aired in 2017

The number of streaming shows has increased 680% since 2012.

David Letterman Lands President Obama as the First Guest on His New Netflix Show

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman premieres on Jan. 12

Fox’s Network Chiefs Say ‘It’s Business as Usual’ Until the Deal Closes With Disney

Dana Walden and Gary Newman say they won’t change their approach to the upfront or next season.

Family Guy Will Air an Episode With a Reduced Ad Load for the First Time

The comedy's March 11 show will have fewer advertising pods.

These Are TV’s 7 Biggest Questions for 2018 at the TCA Winter Press Tour

From competing with Netflix to how Disney will change Fox.

The X-Files Creator on How Trump’s Presidency Has Made His Show More Relevant Than Ever

Between the White House's clashes with the FBI and a secret Pentagon UFO program, truth is now stranger than fiction