For his cover story in this week's issue of Adweek, Kiefer Sutherland talked about his new ABC drama, Designated Survivor (debuting tonight), the future of Jack Bauer and why he's sticking with broadcast television.
It has broadcast's biggest new show in a decade in Empire, but Fox is "still in rebuilding mode," according to Fox Television Group co-chairman and co-CEO Gary Newman. Its biggest challenges are still to come, as the network gets ready for life without American Idol, which goes off the air this spring after 15 seasons.
Jack Bauer’s return to prime time was met with a reception that hovered somewhere between a bang and a whimper.
Sprint, one of the longtime sponsors of Fox’s action-packed show 24, has returned for tonight's revival of the Kiefer Sutherland vehicle, 24: Live Another Day, with exclusive online content.
A week of May sweeps has been burned off and yet the broadcast networks have yet to air a single tent pole event. But while it’s been business as usual at the Big Four, a flurry of high-profile miniseries, limited-run serials and Very Special Episodes are set to air in the coming weeks.
After three take-no-prisoners episodes set the stage for the most anticipated series finale in recent memory, Breaking Bad ended on the highest of high notes.