Riding the momentum of "Downton Abbey" and "Sherlock," PBS is actively in the market for more scripted programming, pubcaster topper Paula Kerger told reporters Monday.
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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.
NBC has picked up two more comedy projects, including a new spin on the Nick Hornby novel "About a Boy" from Jason Katims.
Looking to give his new series the best lead-ins possible, Showtime topper David Nevins said "Ray Donovan" will follow "Dexter" on June 30 and "Masters of Sex" will premiere immediately after…
The CBS drama "Elementary" has logged strong numbers in its Thursday 10 p.m. slot in the first half of its frosh season.
CBS has no plans to air the Grammys live on the West Coast.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, CBS president Nina Tassler defended her extensive lineup of crime procedurals and said she is very comfortable with all the dramas the network currently puts on…
The Television Critics Assn. press tour can be brutal on talent in the age of Twitter. All day long, bleary-eyed critics and journos deliver instantaneous snark and quips in real-time, but in the…
Putting fall misfires behind him, ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee spoke enthusiastically about the net's Joss Whedon superhero pilot "S.H.I.E.L.D." and how the show will help the Walt Disney…
The message was not lost on the crowd.
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