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These Are the 12 TV Shows You Don't Want to Miss This Summer

Quality television doesn't take a vacation

Not too long ago, summer TV offered audiences the chance for a much-needed breather. As broadcast networks mostly phoned in their June-to-August programming, viewers could watch a few cable series,…

Neil Gaiman's American Gods Finds a Home at Starz

Cable net goes script-to-series with FremantleMedia adaptation

It's been rumored for years and now coming to pass: Neil Gaiman's beloved fantasy novel American Gods has a network ready to develop a long-rumored TV adaptation. The deal, initially,…

Breaking the Rules at Deutsch

Creative chief Kerry Keenan wants to act small, win big

Specs Who Kerry Keenan New gig Chief creative officer, Deutsch, New York Old gig Global executive creative director, YR Entertainment Twitter @kerry_keenan Age 45 After studying religion in college, how did you end up in advertising? I…

NBC Renews 3 Dramas

Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and Grimm picked up for next season

NBC has renewed the Dick Wolf series, Chicago Fire, and its freshman spinoff drama, Chicago P.D., for the 2014-15 broadcast TV season. The network also ordered a fourth season of…

On the Set of Mad Men, Everyone Plays Cribbage

Kevin Rahm explains

Who Kevin Rahm Age 42 Accomplishments Stars as ad exec (and amateur pilot) Ted Chaough on AMC’s Mad Men; previously played Lee McDermott on ABC’s Desperate Housewives and Kyle McCarty on CBS’…

NBC Hungry for More Hannibal

Serial killer drama earns a second season

The wait is over for NBC’s killer new drama Hannibal, as the Peacock on Thursday announced it has renewed the show for a second season. Based on the 1981 Thomas Harris…

NBC Breaks a Lot of Eggs to Make its 2013-14 Omelet

Sweeping changes for the new broadcast season

Since ER flatlined in 2009, NBC’s Thursday night lineup has been the Drunk Uncle of prime time television. But in a radical move to reclaim its movie-night mojo, the Peacock…

NBC’s Go On Will Not

Network cancels Matthew Perry sitcom

The ax continues to fall at NBC, which over the last several hours has severed ties with three of the four freshman comedies that were still in contention for a…

Ads for The Office Finale Could Go for $400,000

NBC sets premium rates

Parting is such sweet sorrow, but NBC is taking the sting out of series finale of The Office by tacking an extra 15 minutes onto the one-hour running time. The Peacock…

They Took My Show Away!

Five NBC renewals spell doom for soft freshman series

On the eve of the broadcast upfronts, fans of network television would do well to recall the lessons of the classic Late Night With David Letterman bit, “They Took My…

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