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Donald Glover on Not Repeating Himself, and How ‘Atlanta’ Viewers Will Help Shape Season 2

As the cover subject for Adweek's Young Influentials issue this week, Donald Glover talked about his hit new FX comedy Atlanta, which he created and stars in.

How Experience Marketing Is Becoming a Crucial Ally for the LGBT Community

Right now, it's Pride Month across the world—prime time for me, my community and our supporters to celebrate, advocate and participate in creating greater change and equality for all.

Yahoo Shutters Screen, Scales Back Original Series

Just four days into 2016, Yahoo is making good on a plans announced at the end of 2015. The struggling tech giant has shut down Yahoo Screen, a 5-year-old digital video platform that housed its original series, its first livestream of an NFL game, and old episodes of Saturday Night Live.

The 10 Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2015

After celebrating the best shows of the year and the top 10 new series, we've saved the worst for last. With a record 409 scripted shows airing in 2015, it's time […]

How Ken Jeong’s Life as an Internist Inspired the Pilot for ABC’s ‘Dr. Ken’

Specs Age 46 Claim to fame Star and co-creator of ABC's family sitcom Dr. Ken (premieres Oct. 2 at 8:30 p.m.); plays Chang on NBC/Yahoo Screen's Community; former internist

Joel McHale Explains Why He Has ’30 Good Years Left’ on The Soup

Treetop Cat Rescue (yes, that's a real show), the sad demise of hitchBOT, Lenny Kravitz's penis—all topics covered in just a single episode of E!'s The Soup.

Joel McHale Sets the Record Straight About Community: It’s Not Canceled

Joel McHale wants to set the record straight about Community after appearing to confirm the cult comedy's demise earlier this week. "Community is not canceled," McHale told Adweek today.

Yahoo Screen Won’t Say if Its Season of Community Was a Success

Last June, Yahoo Screen sent Community fans into a frenzy when the streaming service closed a deal, just hours before the actors' contracts were set to expire, to pick up the cult sitcom that had been canceled by NBC after five seasons.

Why Crackle Wants You (and the Industry) to See It as a Mainstream TV Network

Xbox, Kindle Fire, Roku, Smart TV—no matter what device you have, you can find Crackle on it. Each month, 18 million users in the U.S. access the Sony-owned, advertiser-supported streaming network to watch a selection of movies and TV shows, as well as a growing number of original series, including Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

Startup or Made Up? The Cast of Community Tries to Guess Which Tech Apps Are Real [Video]

Community has been through a lot in its tenure.