by Adam Buckman on May 31, 10:05 AM
"The Lazarus Project" is a new end-of-the-world drama with a twist -- the world doesn't end just once, but at least four times.
by Adam Buckman on May 30, 8:00 AM
The culture wars surrounding transgender and LGBTQ+ issues and lifestyles are breaking out in retailing and beer marketing, but not in the TV biz.
by Adam Buckman on May 26, 8:00 AM
A new bill to require all cars to have access to AM radio has bipartisan support in the House and Senate, although one of the groups the bill benefits most is conservative broadcasters.
by Adam Buckman on May 25, 8:00 AM
Subscription streaming is such a magnetic business today that it has even lured Arnold Schwarzenegger for an action series.
by Adam Buckman on May 24, 7:00 AM
Jay Leno had two serious accidents last November and January, and David Letterman grew a beard that accompanies him everywhere he goes.
by Adam Buckman on May 23, 12:00 AM
Warner Bros. Discovery has ordered Conan O'Brien to go away, but it is only for a new, four-episode travel series.
by Adam Buckman on May 22, 8:00 AM
A new Netflix docuseries about mermaids is not titled "Mermaids," but rather, "MerPeople."
by Adam Buckman on May 19, 8:00 AM
The new CW roster was the first to be presented by Nexstar since the company acquired a 75% controlling interest in the network last October.
by Adam Buckman on May 18, 7:00 AM
Unscripted stars crossed picket lines outside the Upfront venues, while the scripted stars showed support for striking writers by not showing up.
by Adam Buckman on May 17, 8:00 AM
Everyone in the TV biz knows that production on scripted shows, which employ the writers who are on strike, is grinding to a halt.