Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

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.

A Guide to Network TV’s Renewals and Cancellations

With upfront week just days away, it's time for the five broadcast networks to finalize their fall schedules, which also means deciding once and for all which of their current shows will live to see another season and which ones are headed to the TV graveyard.

Adult Swim Unveils a Lineup of Robust and Funny Shows

Adult Swim announced a slate of more than 30 new and returning series, pilots and specials today, featuring more of the off-kilter, hilarious shows that have made it basic cable's No. 1 network for the last decade in total day viewership among adults 18-24 and 18-34.

Q&A: CW President Mark Pedowitz Gets Guys

For much of its existence, The CW has been shunted off to the side by its bigger, and more popular, broadcast siblings. Launched in 2006 when UPN and The WB combined forces, The CW's tiny audience is usually relegated it to a mere footnote when compared to the likes of CBS, NBC, Fox and ABC.

The Mindy Project Canceled by Fox, but Might Be Headed to Hulu

It's a good news/bad news night for The Mindy Project. Fox has passed on a fourth season of Mindy Kaling's series, according to sources. But all is not lost for Kaling: Hulu is already in early talks to acquire the series for two seasons.

Disney Channel Schedules the Only Summer Movie Your Kids Will Care About

Forget Avengers: Age of Ultron and the upcoming Despicable Me spinoff Minions. For millions of kids, there's only one important movie debuting this summer: Teen Beach 2, the sequel to Teen Beach Movie, Disney Channel's 2013 surf musical.

Discovery Digital Networks Woos Millennials With YouTube Stars and VR

With YouTube stars and addictive livestreams, Discovery Digital Networks is focused on keeping millennials glued to its content.

These Shows Are Most Likely to Be Canceled This Week

It's crunch time for the broadcast networks as they frantically prepare for their upfront presentations, which begin next Monday. As ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW sift through this season's pilots and decide which ones to pick up (NBC kickstarted the process Friday, giving early series orders to three drama pilots: Chicago Fire/Chicago P.D.

USA Will Debut Mr. Robot Early on Almost Every Digital Platform

Resistance is futile: no matter which non-linear platform you visit, beginning May 27, USA Network's new hacker drama Mr. Robot will find you.

Infographic: How CBS Dominates Among Consumers

Consumer dominance trumps demographic dominance. That's the message CBS is trumpeting ahead of its May 13 upfront, announcing new data that shows it delivers more consumers across almost every product category than any other network.

AMC’s Plan for Life After Mad Men

As Charlie Collier, president, gm of AMC, makes the rounds during this year's upfronts, one question keeps popping up over and over again: "What do you have for me now?" While it's a typical upfront query, the question has taken on an added urgency as AMC looks ahead to life without Mad Men, the series that put the network on the map—establishing it as a home for qual