Bravo’s Andy Cohen and “Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” Kandi Burruss at the NBCU Cable Upfront presentation
NBCU Cable Chairman Bonnie Hammer, center, huddles with NBCU Cable Entertainment network presidents: Syfy’s David Howe, Sprout’s Sandy Wax, NBCU Cable’s Jeff Wachtel, USA’s Chris McCumber, Bravo and Oxygen’s Frances Berwick, E!’s Suzanne Kolb and Esquire’s Adam Stotsky
Andre 3000 and Big Boi performed at the Adult Swim party on May 14
The Adult Swim party trademark Big Baby with “China, IL’s” Brad Neely and “The Eric Andre Show” producers Daniel Weidenfeld and Dave Newberg
Brett Gelman, Dan Harmon and their guests at the Adult Swim Upfront party at Terminal 5
Mike Tyson and Turner’s Donna Speciale at the Adult Swim Party at Terminal 5
Margo Martindale and Taylor Schilling at the Gersh Upfronts party at Asellina at the Gansevoort
Carrie Coon, Jason Ralph, Sarah Goldberg, Joanne Tucker and Adam Driver attend the Gersh Upfront party at Asellina at the Gansevoort on May 13
Alan Cumming of “The Good Wife” did a modified number from “Cabaret” for the CBS Upfront presentation at Carnegie Hall. All eyes on him indeed!
“The Good Wife” cast Matt Czuchry, Christine Baranski, Julianna Margulies and Chris Noth joined Alan Cumming on stage at the CBS Upfront presentation.
Dean Winters and Josh Duhamel of CBS’ “Battle Creek” goof off at the Upfront presentation May 14.
“We no longer have a midseason,” said CBS entertainment prexy Nina Tassler. “We roll out big shows all year long,” she said, noting the success CBS found with last summer’s “Under The Dome” and how it hoped to extend it with a new summer drama, “Extant,” then follow it with launches in the fall and the introduction of familiar programs like “Mike & Molly,” “Undercover Boss” and “The Mentalist” in the spring. For more coverage, click here.
LL Cool J , Chris O’Donnell, Eric Christian Olsen, Renee Felice Smith and Barrett Foa of “NCIS: Los Angeles” get handsy at the CBS Upfront presentation on May 14
Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott star in CBS drama “Stalker,” produced by Kevin Williamson.
“The McCarthys” cast pose for a family photo at the CBS Upfront presentation. (Clockwise from top: Tyler Ritter, Joey Mclntyre and Jimmy Dunn, Laurie Metcalf, Jack McGee and Kelen Coleman)
Andy Richter, “Buzzy’s” Ashley Tisdale and Steve Carell (who is producing “Angie Tribeca”) at the Turner Upfront presentation at MSG
John C. McGinley and George Wendt pull up at the (breakfast) bar in the green room at the Turner Upfront presentation
“Proof” star Jennifer Beals with producer Kyra Sedgwick at the TBS/TNT Upfront presentation
“The Librarians” star Rebecca Romijn and Conan O’Brien at the Turner upfront
Michael Wright and the cast of “Dallas” at the TNT/TBS Upfront presentation
TBS prexy David Levy and CeeLo Green at the Turner Upfront presentation
WB’s Kevin Tsujihara and Peter Roth flank Angie Harmon at the Turner Upfront presentation
“Angie Tribeca” star Rashida Jones and “Public Morals'” Michael Rapaport at the Turner upfront
Marlon Wayans with “Murder in the First’s” Kathleen Robertson and Taye Diggs at the TNT/TBS Upfront
Juanes and Santana with Univision execs Randy Falco, Tonia O'Connor, Keith Turner and Alberto Ciurana.
Univision’s Steve Mandala and Alberto Ciurana and Simon Cowell announced “La Banda,” produced by Cowell’s Syco Entertainment.
“El Señor de los Cielos'” Rafael Amaya, NBCU’s Joe Uva and Angelica Celaya at the Telemundo Upfront presentation at Jazz at Lincoln Center on May 13
Paola Guanche of “La Voz Kids” brings down the house at the Telemundo Upfront presentation
“Scandal’s” Tony Goldwyn with Austin Nichols and Chloe Bennet of “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” at the ABC/Entertainment Weekly Upfront party at Toro on May 13
“Modern Family’s” Eric Stonestreet and “Fresh Off the Boat’s” Hudson Yang meet up at the ABC/Entertainment Weekly party
Disney-ABC’s Paul Lee with Viola Davis at the Upfront party
“Black-ish” co-stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson snuggle up at the ABC/Entertainment Weekly party at Toro
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet celebrate the “Modern Family” wedding by popping out of a cake at the ABC Upfront presentation
“How to Get Away With Murder’s” Viola Davis and Shonda Rhimes at ABC’s Upfront presentation
Alan Menken performed the theme from ABC’s upcoming “Galavant,” which net’s Paul Lee said was like "Spamalot meets Princess Bride."
ABC’s Paul Lee noted the high volume of minority actors on screen and minority creators behind the camera in this year’s slate. He said the success of “Scandal” has spurred ABC’s drive find more diverse voices. “We set out to reflect America and we ended up unleashing a new wave of creativity,” Lee said. For more coverage, click here.
Laurence Fishburne and Anthony Anderson of “Black-ish” at ABC’s Upfront presentation
Among Jimmy Kimmel’s zingers at ABC’s Upfront: “My favorite part of the upfront so far has been hearing Paul Lee saying “Black-ish.” Paul saying ‘Black-ish’ is probably the whitest thing I’ve ever heard.” For more of Kimmel’s routine, click here.