In a summer stuffed with more TV options than ever, the most buzzed about show wasn't Orange Is the New Black or True Detective, but Mr. Robot, USA's acclaimed new hacker drama. An antithesis to USA's usual "blue skies" formula, Mr.
For decades, the broadcast networks took the idea of summer vacation quite literally—programming reruns and other filler content from June through mid-September, much to the frustration of advertisers.
As the 2015-2016 presentation season draws to a close, you've probably heard plenty of industry jargon to go along with all the cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. We're here to spell it out for you.
The television networks are kind of like the main character in Tina Fey's new sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, who is released back into the world from an underground cult—they're in the dark about how their shows perform on Netflix and other over-the-top services.
Adam Scott made a career guest starring in series like Boy Meets World, Party of Five and Eastbound & Down, but he really became a TV star playing Ben Wyatt on NBC's Parks and Recreation. Now that the comedy is winding down its seventh and final season, the actor has branched out, starring in Smirnoff ads, appearin
While many people were expecting The Interview to be the goofball stoner comedy of the holiday season, it's turned into a headache for film executives as they struggle to stem the flow of hacked Sony information and terrorist threats against those who support the movie.
Without Steve Koonin at the helm for the first time in years, Turner is giving the floor to head of programming Michael Wright this morning.
Nielsen’s mandate to begin offering on-demand commercial ratings (ODCR) has come closer to fruition, as the TV measurement giant is on the brink of being able to insert current commercial loads into library VOD content.
It’s Friday night. You turn on Apple TV, open Netflix and spend the next hour trying to decide what to watch before switching over to cable for yet another Law & Order: SVU marathon.