Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV/Media Editor.
Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV/Media 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.

Here’s How Mr. Robot Plans to Top Itself in Season 2

After shaking up the television landscape last summer with Mr. Robot, USA now has the daunting task of trying to top itself when the series returns for Season 2 this summer.

NBC Says Netflix Doesn’t Yet Pose a ‘Consistent’ Threat to Broadcasters. Here’s Why

While conventional wisdom has it that broadcast TV is on the ropes thanks to Netflix and other SVOD outlets, NBC's ratings guru made a strong case for his network's continued resiliency during a "reality check" about the state of the current media environment at the Television Critic Association's winter press tour.

NBC Has No Regrets About Featuring Donald Trump on SNL After Cutting Ties With Him

As NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt met with reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, he had a lot to celebrate: NBC is leading all broadcasters this season by 17 percent among 18- to 49-year-olds and is the only broadcaster whose ratings are not down in total viewers in that demo.

Step Aside, Cord Cutters and Cord-Nevers. Showtime Is Targeting ‘Cord Cobblers’

We've heard about cord cutters, cord shavers and cord-nevers. Now, Showtime has a new term to add to the growing vernacular: cord cobblers.

CBS Dials Up the Hype as It Preps for a Super Bowl ‘America Will Never Forget’

CBS isn't shying away from hyping its upcoming Super Bowl telecast as one of the biggest of all time. During its presentation at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, CBS Sports referred to Super Bowl 50—which it airs on Feb. 7—as "the game America will never forget" in a sizzle reel.

New CBS President Predicts a ‘Robust Upfront in May’ After a Series of Strong Quarters

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. That was the overall theme of new CBS Entertainment president Glenn Geller's first executive session with reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.

Celebrating 2 More Golden Globes, Amazon Says Viewing Has Doubled Since Last Year

Just hours after collecting two Golden Globes for the second year in a row, Amazon Studios took a victory lap at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour as it debuted a few shows the network hopes will add to its Globe

Jon Hamm’s Mad Men Performance Earns One Last Golden Globe, His First Since Season 1

Mad Men might be done, but there are still a few more awards for the show—and star Jon Hamm—to add to its tally.

The CW’s Chief Doesn’t Care When or Where Audiences Watch His Shows

Most network heads are pulling their hair out over the decline of linear ratings, but not The CW president Mark Pedowitz. He doesn't care when or how audiences watch his network's content, as long as they do watch.

After a Bumpy Fall, ABC Retools for Midseason With 4 New Shows

ABC had a mixed fall, with a fledgling hit in Quantico, as well as the season's first canceled series in Wicked City. But ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee said today that the best is yet to come this season for the network.