Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's television beat writer.
Jason Lynch is Adweek's senior editor for television, covering trends, technology, personalities and programming across broadcast, cable and streaming video. Formerly TV Editor for People magazine, he has been covering the TV and movie industries for more than a decade.

BET CEO Debra Lee Is Leaving the Company After 32 Years

She led for two decades and is stepping down on Monday.

FIFA Channels Soccer-Loving Kids’ World Cup Excitement in New Global Promos

'Legends Made Here' campaign kicks off later this week on Fox Sports and Telemundo.

Here’s What Ad Buyers Really Thought About Upfronts Week

These were the 9 biggest takeaways on the part of ad buyers as this year’s upfront negotiations heat up.

Comcast Confirms It’s Preparing a Fox Bid ‘Superior’ to Disney’s

Its all-cash offer would trump the current $52.4 billion deal.

The Television Industry Unites for Its First National Campaign Touting the Power of TV Ads

Spots show how TV boosted ‘direct-disruptor’ brands Wayfair and Gwynnie Bee.

The Super Bowl and Winter Olympics Help NBC Repeat Its Season Win in the 18-49 Demo

CBS is No. 1 in total viewers for the 10th straight year.

Roseanne Barr on the ‘Roseanne Effect,’ Her Social Media Mantra and Talking Ratings With Trump

Plus, why ‘our show is always political,’ including tonight’s season finale.

Reviving a TV Series (Like Roseanne or Will & Grace) in a Few Not-So-Easy Steps

The execs who brought those shows back explain how they pulled it off.

Inside Roseanne’s Triumphant Return to TV

ABC snatched the revival away from Netflix and landed its first No. 1 series in 24 years.

The 10 Most Memorable Moments From 2018’s Upfront Week

From standing ovations to unusually-specific predictions, here’s what stood out.