After 72 hours of network pickups, passing and plug-pulling, what have we learned? For starters, when the upfronts loom, there’s no such thing as a sure thing. On paper, the TV reboot of “Beverly…
NBC added one comedy and two more dramas to its 2013-14 roster, all from Sony Pictures TV. “Welcome to the Family,” from scribe Mike Sikowitz, revolves around the culture clash of Anglo and Latino…
ABC’ opened the floodgates on Friday evening, ordering seven new dramas and five comedies for the 2013-14 season. Alphabet’s new dramas are: Joss Whedon’s “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,” “Lucky 7,”…
CBS has stocked up on four comedies for the 2013-14 season, including a new entry from Chuck Lorre and a domestic vehicle from Greg Garcia. The Eye also picked up two dramas. CBS has a number of…
NBC added another comedy and two dramas, including the “Chicago Fire” spinoff, to its new series roster for the 2013-14 season. And it gave the ax to Matthew Perry comedy “Go On.” Laffer “Undateable”…
The funny thing about "Upfront Week" is that, usually, very little "upfronting" actually takes place.
ABC needs to draw more men and be more creative with scheduling to reverse its slump.
CBS topper Leslie Moonves unofficially opened the annual upfront haggle last week by declaring that the Eye should be able to secure hikes for ad time prices that could be at least as high as 10%.
NBCUniversal prexy of ad sales Linda Yaccarino's success this upfront is critical to NBCU parent Comcast, which needs her to move approximately $9 billion worth of ad inventory to drive growth.
CW has joined the series pickup fray, giving greenlights to four dramas: “Tomorrow People,” “The 100,” “Reign” and “Star-Crossed.” Track TV Orders in Real-Time (click here) “Tomorrow” and “100” hail…