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With series orders at a five-year low, the faces responsible for producing broadcast's new crop of shows open up about the ownership push, frustrating trends,... [Read More]
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Jennifer Mullin will assume full leadership of the independent studio. [Read More]
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The 13-episode comedy starring Yara Shahidi and Deon Cole will premiere in early 2018. [Read More]
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From 'American Idol' and Donald Trump, THR rounds up the biggest takeaways from the broadcast network's $9 billion cash grab. [Read More]
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Bellamy Young talks with THR about Mellie finally achieving her dream, exploring gender politics in what she pledges will be the "ultimate final chapter" of... [Read More]
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Jerrika Hinton becomes the latest series regular to depart the veteran Shondaland drama. [Read More]
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The number of renewed shows rises as patience (and ownership) becomes increasingly commonplace. [Read More]
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'This Is Us,' 'Gotham,' 'Empire' and 'Once Upon a Time,' among others, are on the move as the Big Five preach stability while still taking... [Read More]
3 Arts leads the pack, while Greg Berlanti approaches history and Marvel has a huge cable and broadcast upfronts, landing new shows on ABC, Fox,... [Read More]
Co-creator Chuck Lorre and two-time Emmy winner Allison Janney have donated the show's $250,000 awards budget to the organization. [Read More]
CBS may be home to more female viewers, but its new 2017-18 programming features a disconcerting lack of women in leading roles. [Read More]
The original series ran in the early 1970s on CBS before going into syndication over three decades. [Read More]
The gap between studios narrows as the five broadcast networks fill fewer holes on their schedules with content that's largely produced in-house. [Read More]
Game show reboots continue to be all the rage. TBS has joined the game, handing out a straight-to-series order for a revival of The Joker's... [Read More]
A year after the network found itself in hot water for a lack of diversity, it is experiencing deja vu for its male-focused new programming. [Read More]
The original series ran in the early 1970s on CBS before going into syndication over three decades. [Read More]
The original series ran in the early 1970s on CBS before going into syndication over three decades. [Read More]
Under the new pact, he'll expand into digital, podcasting, mobile gaming and more via his Conaco banner. [Read More]
Shondaland veteran Stacy McKee will serve as showrunner on the drama from Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers. [Read More]
Star Tim Allen breaks his silence on the surprising cancellation as ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey and THR explain the why of it all. [Read More]
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