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  1. buffering
    As Netflix Collects Oscar Noms, Peacock Spreads Its FeathersWelcome to Buffering, a new Vulture column devoted to streaming TV.
  2. the streaming wars
    Can NBC Strut Its Stuff With Peacock?What to know about the new streaming service.
  3. the streaming wars
    The Tonight Show and Late Night Will Stream Hours Before They Air on NBCNot so late night, starting in July.
  4. tv ratings
    Jeopardy: GOAT Is Shaping Up to Be a Ratings GiantThe rush to duplicate its success is likely already underway.
  5. reboots
    A New, Jimmy Kimmel–Hosted Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Is on the WayABC is bringing back the quiz-show phenomenon this spring with a new celebrity twist.
  6. the industry
    The Next Big Streaming Trend? Recommendations From Actual PeopleIn the age of the algorithm, human curation is suddenly a hot commodity for streaming platforms.
  7. tv ratings
    Watchmen Is a Solid Hit for HBO, But Will It Return for a Second Season?Based on the ratings, there’s little doubt HBO would love to bring Watchmen back.
  8. tv
    Viola Davis and Andre Braugher to Star in Live Good Times, a Great Time for UsFor the second edition of ABC’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience.
  9. the industry
    The Hottest Trend in Music Award Shows Is … Nostalgia?With Toni Braxton, Green Day, and Shania Twain, the American Music Awards is the latest show to embrace the past.
  10. the industry
    One Day at a Time’s Co-Creator Is Jumping to AmazonGloria Calderón Kellett signed a multiyear deal to develop TV shows and films for Prime Video.
  11. debates
    More Than 6.6 Million People Watched Last Night’s Democratic DebateIt’s the smallest audience this year for a Democratic debate, but it’s common for ratings to slip as the campaign wears on.
  12. tv ratings
    Over 13 Million People Watched the First Day of Impeachment HearingsWednesday’s congressional hearings drew a bigger audience than anything else on TV.
  13. the streaming wars
    10 Million People Now Have Disney+, Even If They Couldn’t All Get It to WorkThere’s one big asterisk with this number.
  14. explainers
    So, How Do You Actually Watch Disney+?If you’re wondering what you can watch right now, what it costs, and how to get it, we’ve got the answers you need.
  15. the streaming wars
    Disney+ Is Here. What Now?Four big questions about Disney’s streaming future.
  16. the industry
    Dickinson, See, and For All Mankind Renewed at Apple TV+Congrats to anybody who likes Sexy Emily Dickinson, Jason Momoa, and/or alternate history sci-fi.
  17. explainers
    So, How Do You Actually Watch Apple TV+?If you’re wondering what Apple TV+ is, what it costs, and how you get it, we’ve got all the answers you need.
  18. the industry
    Can Apple Become the Google of Television?The tech giant isn’t just making TV shows. It wants to be your streaming home page.
  19. the streaming wars
    HBO Max Will Launch Next May for $15 a MonthBut it’ll be free for HBO subscribers and some AT&T customers.
  20. the industry
    What Is a Netflix Comedy, Exactly?The streaming giant doesn’t want to be known for a particular kind of TV comedy. It wants to be the home of all comedy brands.
  21. the industry
    Netflix Is Still Adding a Ton of Subscribers But Not As Fast As It Once DidThe good news? Summer was better than spring for the streamer.
  22. renewals
    Hole Yeah! ABC Is Giving Us Another Season of Holey MoleyMore extreme mini-golf is on the way.
  23. finding dory
    Search Party Will Return for a Third (and Fourth!) Season on HBO MaxWhen the cult hit returns in spring 2020, it’ll shift from Hitchcockian paranoia to a legal thriller.
  24. the streaming wars
    Why Disney Is Banning Netflix AdsWith Disney+ on the horizon, the Mouse House says no to that sweet, sweet streaming cash.
  25. the streaming wars
    Sesame Street Is Jumping to HBO MaxAlong with the full Sesame catalogue, the deal includes a late-night parody show hosted by Elmo.
  26. season renewals
    Netflix Orders Stranger Things 4, Teasing a World Beyond HawkinsThe Upside Down almost certainly won’t return until 2021 at the earliest.
  27. tv ratings
    The Trump Impeachment Inquiry Led to a Huge Spike in Cable News RatingsMaddow surged 40 percent.
  28. the industry
    The 2019 Emmys Were a Ratings DisasterBut they didn’t have to be. Here are a few modest proposals on how to fix things.
  29. sitcoms
    Seinfeld Reruns to Air on Viacom Networks in 2021Including Comedy Central, TV Land, and Paramount Network.
  30. renewals
    Netflix Renews GLOW for a Fourth and Final SeasonThe final countdown.
  31. snl
    Will NBC Finally Do Justice to the SNL Library?There’s reason to be cautiously optimistic that it might.
  32. friends anniversary
    How Friends Decided to Pair Off Monica and ChandlerThe co-writer of the famous London hookup episode walks us through how the couple came to be. (And why they almost didn’t.)
  33. tv history
    The Architects of NBC’s Must-See TV Lineup on How Friends and ER Became LegendsFormer NBC execs Warren Littlefield and Preston Beckman reveal how they built their ‘90s Thursday-night juggernaut.
  34. the streaming wars
    NBCUniversal’s Streaming Service Is Called Peacock and It’s Launching Next AprilIt’ll be the exclusive streaming home of The Office, Parks and Rec, and dozens of other NBC shows and original series.
  35. sitcoms
    A Saved by the Bell Revival Is Finally HappeningStarring Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez, it imagines a world where Zack Morris is governor of California. No, really!
  36. network tv
    ABC Doubles Down on Nostalgia With ‘Cast From the Past Week’The stunt will turn ABC shows into retro reunions of Cheers, The Drew Carey Show, and other ‘80s and ‘90s faves.
  37. the streaming wars
    Apple TV+ Reveals Launch Date and Bargain-Busting PriceFive bucks a month, but it’s free for a year if you buy an Apple product.
  38. horror
    Into the Dark Renewed at Hulu, So Get Ready for Another Year of Holiday ScaresThe horror anthology series will remain in production through September 2020.
  39. cbs
    CBS and Viacom Merge to Form $30 Billion Empire, Congrats to Shari RedstoneThe merger comes after three years of negotiations.
  40. sports!
    Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show to Air Episodes After Sunday Night FootballNBC also announced a week of live episodes in late September.
  41. explainers
    Hollywood Keeps Saying Yes to Quibi. Wait, What’s Quibi?Tinseltown’s latest obsession is a streaming-video start-up that’ll only work on your phone.
  42. money moves
    David Benioff and D.B. Weiss Join the Netflix Development Deal ClubThis means Confederate is now officially dead at HBO.
  43. reality tv
    CBS Took a Big Gamble on Love Island This Summer. Did It Pay Off?Love Island hasn’t been a TV sensation, but its renewal is still a no-brainer.
  44. scandals
    American Crime Story’s Third Season to Focus on Bill Clinton’s Impeachment TrialAnd Monica Lewinsky is producing it.
  45. live shows
    Good Times Ahead: ABC and Kimmel Will Re-create More Classic SitcomsMore ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience’ is on the way.
  46. tca press tour
    Star Trek: Discovery Writers to Reboot The Man Who Fell to EarthIt was a David Bowie movie, now it’ll be a CBS All Access TV show.
  47. tv ratings
    Almost 10 Million People Watched Bernie Sanders Yell at Tim RyanBut compared with recent history, it’s a decidedly disappointing number.
  48. middle earth writers room
    Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV Series Finds Its Creative FellowshipHere are the showrunners, writers, and more.
  49. boo
    Tuca & Bertie Dropped by Netflix After Just One SeasonIts wings were clipped too soon.
  50. tv ratings
    The Big Little Lies Finale Broke the Show’s Own Ratings RecordMillions of liars.
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