The late-night wars rage on.
It’s part of a slew of sleigh-bell-centric specials, series, and movies slated to hit Netflix this holiday season.
Bob Iger has big plans for the Mouse House’s Netflix rival, which will launch late next year.
From The Conners to Murphy Brown, the early verdict is in.
It’s nearly identical to the audience that showed up for last May’s Roseanne finale.
“If we can capture even half of Roseanne’s audience from last year, we’ll be the number one new show for the season.”
Peak TV’s latest player just debuted two short-form shows, with a lot more coming soon.
Even zombies aren’t immune from the ratings erosion virus spreading throughout TV land.
The NBC anchor opens up about covering Trump, the never-ending TV ratings battle, and why he isn’t an “authority on everything.”
The Cool Kids star Vicki Lawrence talks the highs and lows of her illustrious career.
Creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan on doing fewer Trump jokes, this season’s big wedding, and what else to expect.
Network TV isn’t dead, but it’s sure not getting any healthier.
But during Kavanaugh’s testimony, Fox News drew more viewers than MSNBC and CNN combined.
The cable network snagged Elf, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, and The Polar Express away from Freeform.
After eight years at the Peacock, sources say Greenblatt is leaving to find new challenges.
AMC has axed the critically hailed comedic drama after one season.
But it’s not as much of a Nielsen disaster as it might seem.
The TV exec opens up about the Peacock’s dark days, a possible Saved by the Bell reboot, and the future of streaming.
Unless CBS determines the disgraced exec can be fired for cause.