“I don’t think it’s possible to be all things to all people,” FX Networks CEO John Landgraf explained to journalists at his TCA exec session. “To try to be simultaneously older and younger has a…
It may have been a titan on Twitter but Syfy original movie “Sharknado” caused only a ripple in the ratings. The cheesy pic averaged 1.37 million viewers on Thursday, according to Nielsen — good by…
The mysterious transparent bubble that envelops the small town of Chester's Mill on CBS' popular summer drama "Under the Dome" is said to be "invisible, indestructible and completely inescapable" by…
Disney’s long-running ayem chatfest “Live!” is looking good with its tandem of Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, last month logging its largest audience in a May sweep in four years. The show, now…
While their English-language counterparts have struggled in the ratings so far this year, Univision and Telemundo are headed in the other direction. The Spanish-language broadcasters recorded some…
Networks that rely on 18-34 year-old viewers are being shortchanged by Nielsen. So said CW president Mark Pedowitz at the net's Television Critics Assn. panel Sunday in Pasadena.
There's a discernible dividing line this season between TV's haves and have-nots.
The Middle East conjures many images -- from oil-rich sheikdoms to the exotic spires of Riyadh to the uprising in Tarhir Square. But perhaps a more uniform image should be that of hoardes of hip…
If the broadcast networks are interested in lowering their median ages, a good place to start would be in addressing the 10 o'clock hour.
If Big 3 broadcasters were actual living, breathing TV viewers, they'd ignore themselves.
The networks still preach adults 18-49, but the Big Three are all expected to post median ages above 50 this fall -- with Fox not too far behind.