As people increasingly watch favorite television shows on their own timetables and platforms, they are less beholden than ever to a network schedule. But timeslots still matter in the business of…
Tvs Top 10: New Faces For Fall –
TV marketing execs are devising dozens of ideas to introduce new series and convince the public not only to sample them but to stick around.
Looking to rebound after falling to fourth place last season, ABC is rolling out seven new shows this fall, including a quartet that might be called Extreme Makeover: Tuesday Edition.
No one should be feeling too pea-cocky just yet, but for the first time in years, NBC seems to have some wind at its back.
As the daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith, and the granddaughter of Tippi Hedren, Dakota Johnson comes to the screen with some impressive familial credentials.
Even before "The New Normal" aired a single episode, the NBC sitcom found itself in some controversy with a Salt Lake City Peacock affiliate and conservative watchdog groups.
Considering it would be only her second television acting gig, you might say Meg Chambers Steedle got both lucky and Nucky.
The Los Angeles Kings are good for a lot more than bringing a Stanley Cup to the city every 45 years. Turns out actors can network at their games, too.
"Last Resort" pilot takes place almost entirely on a submarine, with Daisy Betts' character Grace Shepard as its lieutenant.
It's a year after college graduation and five talented friends find themselves not out changing the world but rather living the title of MTV's "Underemployed."
Charles "Chip" Esten doesn't consider himself a fresh face.