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These Were the Hottest TV Shows and Networks of 2016

Power grabs, real and imagined, ruled the airwaves

Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which…

How Donald Trump’s Win Made Pollsters, Pundits and Journos All Big Losers

Media’s epic fail and the lessons learned

On MSNBC's Morning Joe, just hours after the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, the show's co-hosts and panelists sat around a table in…

The World Series and NFL Fuel a Fall Advertising Windfall for Fox Sports

Next up: the Super Bowl

Saying "be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it" is usually a warning, but it was more like a mantra for the Fox Sports ad sales…

The Cubs' Game 7 Win Is the Most-Watched World Series Game in 25 Years

40 million tuned in; Fox Sports took in more than $500,000 per ad

For one week, at least, baseball is once again bigger than football: 40 million people tuned in Wednesday night to watch the Chicago Cubs win its first World Series title…

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Will Feature Snapchat's First Live TV Activations

Snapcodes will unlock new filters during Fox's telecast

Even if viewers don't throw rice or shout at the screen tonight during Fox's remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, they'll have a new way to participate—via Snapchat. For the…

Fox Hopes Its Brooklyn Nine-Nine/New Girl Crossover Will Boost Slumping Tuesday Ratings

Wants viewers to look forward to events

We've seen DC Comics' TV superheroes band together to defeat a common foe—and boost ratings in the process. Now, Fox is hoping that a team-up of its own comedy stars…

Here's What We Learned From the First Week of the New TV Season

NBC has already given This Is Us a full-season order

The first week of the 2016-17 television season is in the books, and it's been a mixed bag for the broadcast networks so far. While a few shows had big…

All 5 Broadcast Network Presidents Share Their Fall TV Playbooks

Inside the grand plans to attract audiences and advertisers

After a season where none of the five broadcast networks grew their 18-49 audience (and ABC, Fox and NBC lost viewers in that demo), they will try to reverse that…

Another Ad Sales Chief Is Out: Toby Byrne Leaves Fox Networks Group

He's the third to step down in the past week alone

Another day, another ad sales chief heading for the door. Toby Byrne, president of ad sales for Fox Networks Group, is leaving the company after 21 years, Fox announced today. He's…

Adweek’s Fall TV Preview: Which New Broadcast Shows Deserve Your Time and Ad Budget?

In-depth look at all 20 fall freshman series

The 2016-17 season is almost upon us. Over the next month and a half, the five broadcast networks will premiere 20 new series, with most of those debuts coming in…

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