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.

Viewers No Longer Need a Cable Subscription to Stream Epix

Premium cable network rolls out OTT offering, for $6 a month.

Killing Eve, Last Year’s Best New Show, Has Become Too Big For Just One Network

The BBC America drama will also air on AMC when it returns April 7.

Why Big Little Lies, Originally a Miniseries, Is Coming Back to HBO for Season 2 This June

And how the show landed Meryl Streep for a key new role.

Veep’s Showrunner Often Feels Like the Trump Administration Is ‘Stealing From Us’

The comedy’s final season ‘will surprise viewers,’ says Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

Oscar-Nominated Documentary Free Solo Will Air March 3, Ad-Free, on National Geographic

Network pushed the premiere back a few weeks after its box office success.

NBCUniversal Guaranteed The Upside’s Advertising Buy on the Movie’s Ticket Sales

It’s the first performance-based campaign for the company’s Audience Studio.

How The Masked Singer Became Broadcast’s Biggest Midseason Hit

The Fox series isn’t ‘just a guessing show,’ says one network exec.

When Fox Broadcasting Is Spun Off After the Disney Deal Closes, It Will Be ‘a Startup Company’

New Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier shares his plans for the network.

Fox Renews The Simpsons for 2 More Years, Locking It in Through Season 32 in 2021

The move puts to rest speculation about the show’s future following the Disney-Fox deal.

Modern Family Will End Its Run in 2020 After 11 Seasons on ABC

New network president Karey Burke renews the sitcom for one final season.