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  1. game shows
    Jane Lynch Is Hosting a Weakest Link Revival for NBCGet ready for early aughts nostalgia.
  2. talk shows
    Charlamagne Tha God to Host a Weekly Talk Show on Comedy CentralThe half-hour series will have a “cable news feel” and cover current events and cultural issues.
  3. comedy specials
    John Mulaney and His Pack of Kids Are Headed to Comedy CentralTwo more Sack Lunch Bunch specials are on the way.
  4. the industry
    The Remaking of Comedy CentralBehind Chris McCarthy’s plan to transform the ViacomCBS network from a linear cable channel to a multi-platform content machine.
  5. explainers
    So, How Do You Actually Watch Hamilton on Disney+?A guide for anyone looking to get Lintroduced to the service.
  6. revivals
    A ‘Reimagined’ Beavis and Butt-Head Is Coming to Comedy Central“It seemed like the time was right to get stupid again,” creator Mike Judge said.
  7. the streaming wars
    Mad Men Is Moving to a New (Old) HomeMatt Weiner’s period drama will end its short sabbatical from streaming in the U.S. on July 15.
  8. buffering
    An Early HBO Max Report CardHow has the new service’s first month gone?
  9. tv
    30 Rock Is Pulling Blackface Episodes From Streaming Platforms and TV RerunsTina Fey: “I understand now that ‘intent’ is not a free pass for white people to use these images.”
  10. buffering
    Avatar: The Last Airbender Is Netflix’s Surprise Summer HitThe 2005 Nickelodeon show has found new life in the streaming universe.
  11. explainers
    So, How Do I Actually Get HBO Max?And why is HBO Go disappearing?
  12. buffering
    Amazon Weighs The Dukes of Hazzard’s Streaming FutureThe company is mulling whether to pull the show from its streaming platform.
  13. police brutality
    Live PD Cancelled After A&E Admits the Show Filmed a Police KillingThe network has left open the possibility of a future reboot.
  14. tv ratings
    The Before the 90 Days Reunion Was the No. 1 Show in America Last WeekPeople love a tell-all.
  15. buffering
    All Eyes on the ProtestsHow streaming news networks are emerging as valuable resources for anyone looking to go beyond cable news coverage.
  16. buffering
    Why You Can’t Get HBO Max on Roku and Amazon (Yet)Welcome to the latest behind-the-scenes battle in the streaming wars.
  17. vulture guides
    Which Streaming Service Do You Actually Want?Helping you navigate the many, many, many, many, many, many, many options out there.
  18. the streaming wars
    HBO Max Struts Into the Streaming ThunderdomeInside WarnerMedia’s multibillion-dollar bid to supersize HBO and transform it into a powerhouse capable of battling Netflix.
  19. streaming
    Every Harry Potter Movie Apparates to HBO MaxAccio film archive.
  20. reboots
    Dance Your Cares Away, a Fraggle Rock Reboot Is Coming to Apple TV+Apple has also acquired exclusive streaming rights to all 96 episodes of the original series.
  21. buffering
    HBO Max Gets Ready to Join the PartyA look at what’s to come for the new streaming service.
  22. delays
    XO, Oh No: HBO Max’s Gossip Girl Now Won’t Arrive until 2021Due to the you-know-what..
  23. buffering
    CBS All Access Gets SupersizedChanges are afoot at the streaming service.
  24. the industry
    Netflix Might Swipe Emily in Paris From Paramount NetworkDarren Star’s new dramedy completed filming its first season before the coronavirus pandemic.
  25. buffering
    Should ViacomCBS Blow Up Its Streaming Strategy?How the company can catch up in the streaming wars.
  26. buffering
    Can Netflix’s Surge Last?What to make of Netflix’s jump in subscriptions.
  27. the streaming wars
    Netflix Has Added a Stunning Number of Subscribers During the LockdownBut the streaming giant warns of a bumpy road ahead.
  28. the streaming wars
    HBO Max to Be the Only Thing Not Canceled for Memorial DayThe streaming platform will launch May 27.
  29. tv ratings
    The Last Dance Is ESPN’s New Ratings ChampThe premiere of the Michael Jordan docuseries gave the network its best-ever documentary ratings, easily surpassing O.J.: Made in America.
  30. daytime tv
    Even Soap Operas Are Running Out of Episodes Because of the CoronavirusIn a few days, it’ll be all reruns for The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.
  31. buffering
    ‘Everybody’s Doing Zoom Pitches Like Crazy’Despite the national lockdown, there’s been an explosion in behind-the-scenes TV dealmaking.
  32. the streaming wars
    Can NBC Strut Its Stuff With Peacock?A limited launch of the new streaming service starts today.
  33. tv ratings
    Tiger King Is a Gigantic Hit for NetflixThe WTF-filled docuseries drew an audience of 19 million U.S. TV viewers in its first ten days, according to Nielsen.
  34. coronavirus
    CBS Is Bringing Back Its Sunday Night Movie FranchiseStarting with Raiders of the Lost Ark.
  35. comedy
    The Unlikely Rise of Schitt’s CreekSchitt doesn’t just happen overnight. Here’s how the cult comedy transformed into a Peak TV success story.
  36. quibi
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  37. the streaming wars
    Is Quibi Crazy Enough to Actually Work?The billion-dollar bet that you’ll pay five bucks a month for something you can only watch on your phone.
  38. explainers
    Quibi Is Finally Here. Wait, What’s Quibi?Everything to know about the latest entrant in the streaming wars.
  39. buffering
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  40. coronavirus
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  41. buffering
    NBC’s Peacock Pushes Forward Without the OlympicsThe decision to postpone the Tokyo games will deprive the new streaming service of its biggest promotional platform.
  42. classic tv
    The Original One Day at a Time Is Headed to PlutoSo many Schneiders!
  43. netflix
    Love Is Blind, The Circle Renewed Since People Are Never Going Outside AgainOf course.
  44. coronavirus
    The Olympics Aren’t Happening Until Next Summer. How Bad Is That for NBC?NBCUniversal had booked $1.25 billion in ads for the Summer Games. Now they’re delayed until 2021.
  45. the streaming wars
    Disney+ Arriving in Europe, Unlikely to Want for AudienceAs quarantined parents in the U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, and Switzerland all exhale at once.
  46. buffering
    What Happens Now for the TV Industry?The entire TV business has come to a halt because of the coronavirus. Here are five proposals for what to do next.
  47. last night on late night
    Stephen Colbert Delivers His Late Show Monologue From the Tub“We all have to don’t our part, and there’s no country in the world more prepared for that than the U.S.A.”
  48. coronavirus
    Network TV Shows Won’t Be Coming Back This SeasonFew, if any, of the broadcast series that halted production because of the coronavirus are expected to film season finales.
  49. buffering
    What Does a Pandemic Mean For the New Streaming Services?Quibi and other platforms will arrive during a complicated time.
  50. the industry
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