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.

Creator Kenya Barris Has Stepped Back, but Black-ish Will Continue Featuring Integrations

Producers have become ‘more discriminating’ about which brands they’ll feature.

AMC’s Charlie Collier, and Not Gary Newman, Will Run Fox Network After the Disney Merger

He’s been named Fox’s CEO of Entertainment, starting Nov. 1

Jimmy Kimmel Tells New Yorkers Trump Will Overhaul Lincoln Center With Mediocre Brands

‘Trump, don't put Hooters in Lincoln Center,’ pleads one victim of the host’s latest prank.

Sprint Is Selling Hulu’s Live TV Service as an Add-On Option for Subscribers

Its wireless customers can get the offering free for 30 days.

Showtime CEO David Nevins Will Oversee All CBS Networks and Studios as Chief Creative Officer

The promotion helps stablize the company after Les Moonves' exit last month.

CBSN Wraps New York Subway in Red and Blue to Tout ‘Non-Partisan’ Election Coverage

The streaming service’s biggest out-of-home campaign to date runs through Nov. 11.

The Conners Debut Is On Par With Roseanne’s Finale, But Nowhere Near the Revival’s Premiere

10.6 million tuned in to see how the spinoff would fare without Roseanne Barr.

CBS Picks Its Post-Super Bowl Programming: New Competition Series The World’s Best

James Corden will host, alongside judges Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Charles and Faith Hill.

How The Conners Wrote Off Roseanne Barr, and Why You Should Keep Watching

Forget the noise around Roseanne’s former star; the spinoff is fall’s best new broadcast comedy.

What Black-ish Creator Kenya Barris Is Working on Under His New Netflix Deal

First up: a 'flipped-on-your-head version of what a family show is.'