Portrait of Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV editor, overseeing 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 two decades.

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Taylor Sheridan’s Unbelievable Journey From Quitting Acting to Ruling TV With Yellowstone

TV Upfronts

Plus, why he tried to convince Paramount Network not to make his megahit show

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How Yellowstone Turned Taylor Sheridan Into TV’s Most Prolific and Valuable Creator

TV Upfronts

Last season’s biggest success story is now a massive franchise, with nine shows and counting.

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HBO Max US GM Brad Wilson Among Several Streaming Execs Leaving Company

TV Upfronts

Warner Bros. Discovery streaming chief JP Perrette is reorganizing his new division.

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Cartoon Network and Adult Swim Chief Tom Ascheim Leaving Warner Bros. Discovery

TV Upfronts

Like TNT/TBS GM Brett Weitz, his position was also eliminated.

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TNT, TBS and truTV GM Brett Weitz Exits Following WarnerMedia-Discovery Merger

TV Upfronts

The exec’s position was eliminated under Warner Bros. Discovery restructuring.

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The Ultimate Guide to 2022 Broadcast TV Renewals and Cancellations

TV Upfronts

An updated rundown of which shows will return next season.

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The Most Memorable Moments from the 2022 NewFronts

NewFronts

From a big livestream glitch to Amy Poehler learning about Twitch.

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Connected TV Ad Spend Expected to Hit $21.2 Billion This Year, Up 39% From 2021

NewFronts

As NewFronts begin, an IAB report explains why more dollars should shift to the space.

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James Corden Will Leave CBS’ The Late Late Show in 2023

TV Upfronts

It’s the first major late-night host vacancy since 2015.

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Peacock Grows to 13 Million Paid Subscribers Following Super Bowl, Winter Olympics

Streaming & OTT

Streamer now reaches 28 million monthly active accounts overall.

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