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  • Gabrielle Carteris SAG AFRA PRESIDENT

    SAG-AFTRA Members Approve TV Animation Strike Authorization

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • Ryan Murphy Pose

    Ryan Murphy on 'Showrunning as Advocacy' and the Post-Me Too 'Age of Enlightenment'

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Virtual reality

    Nickelodeon's 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Go Virtual at Comic-Con

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • Destan Arslanoski Stunt Performer

    Stunt Performers Say There's Not Enough Being Done to Address Risks of the Job

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • Discovery Extends CEO David Zaslav's Contract

    Discovery Extends CEO David Zaslav's Contract Through 2023

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

  • Janina Gavankar

    Eka Darville, Janina Gavankar, Italia Ricci Join North Fork TV Festival Lineup

    Though TV series, like their film counterparts, typically live and die by how they fare on opening night, more and more shows — especially on cable — are premiering with modest numbers but then accruing a sizable audience over time. A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” are two such examples, last week multiplying to […]

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