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.

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.

Discovery Shakes Up Management Team as Scripps Merger Nears Finish Line

Scripps’ Kathleen Finch will oversee 12 networks, while Jon Steinlauf heads up U.S. ad sales for the combined company.

ABC Turns a New York Subway Train Into Roseanne’s Iconic TV Living Room, Afghan Included

It’s part of the nostalgia-themed campaign for the revival, which debuts March 27.

As Nashville Winds Down, CMT Moves Its Brand Away From Scripted and Into ‘Open Country’

New series Music City plots a new direction for the network

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.

NBCU Will Air 10% Fewer Ads in Its Prime-Time Original Shows This Fall

Linda Yaccarino will roll out several new ad formats during the upfront to improve the linear experience.

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.

Disney Kicks Off Upfront Season With Kids Event That Touts Portfolio-Wide Buys

Company says unconventional partnerships help brands reach moms.