Fox Renews The Simpsons for 2 More Years, Through Season 34 in 2023
The Simpsons is the longest-running scripted series in prime-time history.
How Covid-19 Changed Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale
Hulu's acclaimed drama returns April 28, with fewer characters onscreen.
Marvel Chief Kevin Feige on Making Disney+ Shows for Both Longtime and New Fans
And how the new series tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Apple TV+ Grows Slate as Service Looks for Its Next Breakout Hit
Buzzy new shows join returning series, while others remain delayed by Covid-19.
YouTube Originals Chief Doesn’t Regret Letting Cobra Kai Leave for Netflix
Susanne Daniels is doubling down on unscripted and documentaries in 2021 slate.
Peacock Leans Into Comedy, Reality in Expanded Originals Slate Following Covid Delays
Punky Brewster revival and a new Tina Fey-produced musical comedy will debut on streamer this year.
Discovery’s Magnolia Network Delays Linear Debut Until 2022, Sets July Digital Rollout
But Magnolia Network’s linear premiere has been pushed to January 2022.
New Hallmark Channel Chief Touts Diversity Focus Following Controversy
"We are really seeking to make sure that everyone can see themselves in our movies," said Hallmark Channel's new CEO.
With Silence of the Lambs Sequel Clarice, CBS Tries a ‘Streaming Show’ on Broadcast TV
Network convinced creators it wouldn't dilute their vision for the drama.
CBS Bets on The Equalizer to Beat Post-Super Bowl Programming Odds
Freshman series have struggled in the coveted post-Super Bowl slot, but The Equalizer ‘was the perfect show to put there.’
FX’s John Landgraf Talks Resuming Production and FX on Hulu’s Early Success
Post-shutdown filming has "gone the best we could have possibly hoped," said FX Networks chairman John Landgraf.
New Gaming Network VENN Programs for Gen Z, but Operates Like Traditional TV
New network VENN is hoping to tap into Gen Z culture by bringing video game’s biggest players and personalities to the 24/7 live channel.
Peacock Sets MacGruber Series, Weekly Late Night Shows from Amber Ruffin and Larry Wilmore
Peacock solidifies its originals lineup by picking up a MacGruber series and setting weekly late night shows from Amber Ruffin and Larry Wilmore.
Hulu’s Woke Wants to Start a Conversation About Police Brutality
The 8-episode series stars New Girl’s Lamorne Morris.
AMC Adds Months-Early Access to New Shows on Expanded Ad-Free Streaming Service
Both Gangs of London and The Salisbury Poisonings will begin streaming Oct. 1 on the AMC+ streaming service but won’t premiere on AMC until 2021.