Christmas is still a few days away, but Santa Claus, with a little help from Nielsen, is handing out a few early holiday gifts to the networks: ratings wins for 2016.
The UFC has enlisted an unlikely '90s animated duo in its quest to turn Saturday's UFC 200 pay-per-view event into its most popular ever: King of the Hill's Hank Hill and George Liquor from The Ren & Stimpy Show.
This week, across New York City, tv networks presented the best of their talent, programming and execs to advertisers in a bid to the fall lineup. Samantha Bee got laughs […]
That's a wrap on upfronts week, where the networks were unusually cordial to one another—well, except for Jimmy Kimmel—as they banded together to attack a common foe: digital video companies.
As Adult Swim looks to keep its grip on millennials—it's been the No. 1 network in adults 18-34 for the past 11 years in total day viewing, where it currently tops in the 18-49 demo—it's turning to the top show on television: The Walking Dead.
To make a huge splash for Monday's premiere of its new TBS show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Turner simulcast the program on five networks. The experiment was a success—but for Adult Swim more than TBS.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town, and this year he's handing out 2015 ratings victories to seemingly everyone.
Something will be missing from tonight's 11:30 p.m. episode of Family Guy on Adult Swim: multiple advertisers.
This week, TV’s brightest stars and entertainment’s biggest execs took to auditoriums and concert halls across New York to show advertisers what they’ve got.