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Celebrating 2 More Golden Globes, Amazon Says Viewing Has Doubled Since Last Year

Touts streaming gains and debuts 2016 lineup

Just hours after collecting two Golden Globes for the second year in a row, Amazon Studios took a victory lap at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour as it debuted…

Jon Hamm's Mad Men Performance Earns One Last Golden Globe, His First Since Season 1

Mr. Robot, Mozart in the Jungle also honored

Mad Men might be done, but there are still a few more awards for the show—and star Jon Hamm—to add to its tally. Tonight, Hamm won a Golden Globe for best…

The CW’s Chief Doesn’t Care When or Where Audiences Watch His Shows

Mark Pedowitz reexamines network's streaming strategy

Most network heads are pulling their hair out over the decline of linear ratings, but not The CW president Mark Pedowitz. He doesn't care when or how audiences watch his…

After a Bumpy Fall, ABC Retools for Midseason With 4 New Shows

Network also picks up a second game show for summer

ABC had a mixed fall, with a fledgling hit in Quantico, as well as the season's first canceled series in Wicked City. But ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee said today…

How Hulu Is Helping Shows Like Dawson’s Creek and Melrose Place Find New Audiences

New Sony deal adds Party of Five and The Shield

While most outlets are using their time at Television Critics Association's winter press tour to focus on upcoming shows, Hulu took a different approach to part of its presentation: showing…

Despite Losing Mad Men and Breaking Bad, AMC Is More Popular Than Ever

On a ratings roll, network adds a fourth night of programming

AMC's president and general manager, Charlie Collier, knows that many competitors and onlookers were expecting his network to stumble after losing its two signature shows—Mad Men and Breaking Bad—in a…

Starz Plans Its Own Stand-Alone Service to Compete With HBO and Showtime

Premium channel does about-face on OTT app

After previously insisting that it was "far away" from developing a stand-alone service to reach viewers without a cable subscription, Starz has reversed course. The premium cable network is now…

As Football Nears the End of a Hugely Successful TV Season, Ad Slots Are Few and Far Between

Buyers love the NFL's massive, real-time reach

The holiday season is over, and while Santa may be taking some well-deserved time off, a few networks still have a big present to unwrap in the form of playoff…

Discovery Will Try to Capitalize on People's Sudden Obsession With 'Making a Murderer'

ID quickly preps special on Steven Avery

As the country's enthusiasm for Netflix's Making a Murderer continues to grow, Investigation Discovery is jumping on the bandwagon, fast-tracking a special on Steven Avery, the man whose case is…

In Dramatic Overhaul, TNT to Cut Ad Load by 50%

'We have overstuffed the bird,' says president Kevin Reilly

Kevin Reilly rarely spoke publicly during his first year as president of TNT and TBS and as chief creative officer of Turner Entertainment. "I didn't have much to say," he…

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