ABC Plays It Safe at Its Upfront, but Jimmy Kimmel Takes No Prisoners

Network makes few moves but leaves big impression

After unveiling a 2015-2016 schedule that looked remarkably similar to this season's, ABC's upfront presentation today lacked any big surprises. But more of the same was just what the advertisers and…

As It Builds Momentum, ABC Stays the Course With a Conservative Fall Schedule

Network keeps four nights intact, plans Muppets update for fall

After a season in which ABC gained a lot of momentum, thanks in large part to its Shonda Rhimes-fueled TGIT lineup and freshman hits like Black-ish and Fresh Off the Boat,…

Mired in 4th Among Adults 18-49, Fox Focuses on Empire's Bright Future

Network's upfront revolves around its biggest hit

Advertisers and ad buyers headed to Fox's upfront presentation Monday afternoon, and an Empire concert broke out. After all, while the network had fallen to fourth place among adults 18-49 this…

Fox Moves Empire to Fall, Announces Final Season of American Idol

Eagerly-awaited X-Files revival coming in January

There is a new Empire at Fox—in more ways than one. Ahead of their first upfront Monday afternoon as Fox Television Group chairmen and CEOs, Dana Walden and Gary Newman announced…

NBC Trims Comedies for Fall, Focuses on Football and Live Shows

Network saves its most star-studded shows for midseason

There's not much to laugh about on NBC's fall schedule. In its 2015-16 slate, unveiled Sunday ahead of Monday's upfronts, NBC is devoting only a single hour to sitcoms this fall:…

Why NBC Is Airing a Live Sitcom Next Season

Undateable will be the first series to be broadcast all-live since Roc in 1992-93

Undateable is alive—and all-live! Late Friday night, NBC announced it had renewed its sophomore sitcom starring Chris D'Elia and Bridgit Mendler for a third season and that all of Season 3…

A Guide to Network TV’s Renewals and Cancellations

A roundup of which current series will live to see another season

With upfront week just days away, it's time for the five broadcast networks to finalize their fall schedules, which also means deciding once and for all which of their current…

Jimmy Kimmel Gives Wheelchair-Bound Price Is Right Winner a More Appropriate Prize

Danielle Perez is going on a cruise

Jimmy Kimmel invited The Price Is Right contestant Danielle Perez on his show last night to talk about her winning the most unfortunate game-show prize ever. Perez, who is wheelchair-bound,…

Q&A: CW President Mark Pedowitz Gets Guys

How the network's fortunes changed in a Flash

For much of its existence, The CW has been shunted off to the side by its bigger, and more popular, broadcast siblings. Launched in 2006 when UPN and The WB…

The Mindy Project Canceled by Fox, but Might Be Headed to Hulu

Hulu in talks for 2 seasons of Mindy Kaling comedy

It's a good news/bad news night for The Mindy Project. Fox has passed on a fourth season of Mindy Kaling's series, according to sources. But all is not lost for Kaling:…