Fringe

The Most Time-Shifted TV Shows of 2012 [Spoiler Alert]

Time-shifting is playing an increasingly disruptive role in American viewing habits, as evidenced by the significant lift in program deliveries in 2012.

The Lights Are Out and Everybody’s Home

NBC on Monday night put up its biggest premiere numbers in recent memory, as its lights-out drama Revolution drew 11.7 million viewers and a 4.1 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demo.

Cable Grows a Pair

Where, oh where is a broadcast show with some chest hair?

Data Points: Social TV

Watching television isn’t what it used to be. With smartphones, computers and tablets, people have more ways to watch shows, and even people watching TV are often simultaneously engaged with their phones and tablets.

What to Learn From 7 Dematerializing Sci-Fi Shows

To accurately predict how a sci-fi show will do, you'd need either a time machine or a bathtub full of precogs. Sometimes you get Star Trek: The Next Generation; sometimes you get Star Trek: Enterprise. It's confusing.

Tough Sledding for Broadcast TV

In what’s shaping up to be an annus horribilis for the broadcast networks, ratings for returning series are plummeting and only a few newcomers are finding an audience.