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.

CBS Exec: A Broadcast Network Can Win in the End, Even as TV Evolves

A few days after FX's John Landgraf sounded a warning bell that "too much television" is being made, a top exec at CBS said the network is well positioned to continue to draw viewers—and make money—no matter how the in

Hulu Will Release Its New Series Weekly, Not All at Once

Hulu has made some huge swings in the past year to keep pace with Netflix and Amazon, and now the streaming service has decided to set itself apart from its competitors in one major way.

Jon Hamm and Amy Schumer Take Home Television Critics Association Awards

Mad Men has sailed off into the sunset, but the show's victory lap continued Saturday night as Jon Hamm took home a TCA Award for his performance as Don Draper in the AMC drama's final season.

‘Simply Too Much Television’ Is Being Made Today, FX Networks CEO Says

Audiences aren't the only ones who have become overwhelmed by all the TV content available to them. At least one network head also agrees enough is enough.

Amazon Studios Chief Talks Woody Allen, Today’s New Pilots and Ratings

Just two and a half years ago, Amazon Studios did not exist as a streaming service. But since then, Amazon has slowly but surely built up a stable of original series. Last fall, it took a big leap forward in legitimacy, and it began to finally match the quality of Netflix's shows thanks to Transparent, which landed 11 Emmy nominations and became Amazon's signature series.

In a Year of Poignant TV Farewells, Jon Stewart’s Topped Them All

This past year has felt like an extended period of mourning for TV lovers, as one iconic legend or program after another has bowed out.

Here’s How Empire Will Try to Top Itself in Season 2

What does the biggest freshman series in a decade do for an encore?

John Stamos Had a 4-Letter Reaction to the Title of His New Fox Show

After striking out with TV pilots for much of the last decade, John Stamos is thrilled to be starring in Fox's new sitcom, Grandfathered, playing a bachelor who discovers he is both a father and a grandfather.

To Win Back Audiences, Fox Is Reviving ‘Prison Break’

As it tries to break through the crowded TV landscape and pull itself out of its fourth-place finish last season among adults ages 18 to 49, Fox is hoping to make some noise by bringing back a few of the network's most popular past shows.

How Amazon Took a Good CBS Pilot and Made It Great

Transparent's critical acclaim has been both a blessing and a curse for Amazon. While the show's 11 Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe wins have helped legitimize the streaming service as a new home for top-shelf TV, Amazon's other original series don't breathe the same rarefied air.