The Peacock's "Today" again ruled the ratings roost last month, but the competish saw some of their best May sweep numbers in years.
As reality TV evolves, so does the way the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences rewards the genre.
Reality television was supposed to be the genre that broke all the rules. Here was unscripted life, in all its quirky glory -- the only thing to expect was the unexpected.
As reality occupies a growing portion of the primetime sked, casting agents and producers are having a more difficult time these days finding "real" contestants.
Seven people stopped being polite -- and started the reality revolution. While it would take almost a decade for the genre to explode on broadcast television, MTV's docusoap from Bunim-Murray Prods…
After their shows' impressive ratings finally earned them the kind of respect from network schedulers and advertisers that dramas and comedies have always received, reality producers crave one more…
Still dismissed as recently as a year ago as good enough for the summer but not the fall, reality shows will pop up on the broadcast nets' fall skeds as never before when the new season kicks off in…
Fox and NBC finished selling their fall primetime skeds on Monday, beating out the other nets but only breaking even in a relatively flat upfront ad market.
Reality titan Mark Burnett is getting ready to launch his own rock 'n' roll take on "American Idol" -- and he's recruited one of the Fox show's top producers to help him do it.
HBO and Brad Grey Television have made a deal to develop the upcoming Mark Falanga book "The Suburban You" as a pilot for a half-hour comedy series.