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  1. 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.
  2. tv review
    Memo to CBS: Let Alan Cumming Be Alan Cumming!The network procedural Instinct harbors a freak flag that its creators and stars aren’t able to fly.
  3. network tv
    How The Good Fight Trimmed Down Its Sex Scenes and Explicit Cursing for CBSThe best show you’re not watching is coming to network TV, in a (slightly) more sanitized form.
  4. network tv
    Inside ABC’s Retro Renaissance of Old-School Game Shows and Live SitcomsABC has six summer game shows, plans to bring back Jimmy Kimmel’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience, and no whammies in sight.
  5. game shows
    No Whammy! ABC Is Bringing Back Press Your Luck and Card SharksThe game shows join ABC’s slate of Celebrity Family Feud, Match Game, The $100,000 Pyramid, and To Tell the Truth.
  6. tv ratings
    Trump’s Speech Watched by 40 Million ViewersIt appears CBS gave Trump his biggest audience.
  7. politics
    It’s Not Just Trump: Why Network TV Shouldn’t Air Any White House SpeechesMost Americans turn elsewhere for news these days, so why bother?
  8. antennas
    There’s a New, Free Way to Watch The OfficeNo subscription needed.
  9. tv ratings
    Are Network TV’s Reboots and Revivals Succeeding This Season?From The Conners to Murphy Brown, the early verdict is in.
  10. the conners
    Roseanne Who? The Conners Premiere Draws Solid Ratings for ABCIt’s nearly identical to the audience that showed up for last May’s Roseanne finale.
  11. politics
    Lester Holt Doesn’t Want to Be the ‘Voice of God’The NBC anchor opens up about covering Trump, the never-ending TV ratings battle, and why he isn’t an “authority on everything.”
  12. will & grace
    After Sparking a Sitcom Revival Frenzy, What’s Next for Will & Grace?Creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan on doing fewer Trump jokes, this season’s big wedding, and what else to expect.
  13. tv ratings
    What’s Working (and What Isn’t) on Network TV This FallNetwork TV isn’t dead, but it’s sure not getting any healthier.
  14. tv
    Bob Greenblatt Saved NBC. Now What?The TV exec opens up about the Peacock’s dark days, a possible Saved by the Bell reboot, and the future of streaming.
  15. Roseanne Just Broke a Ratings RecordMore people have now seen the show than the 2018 Oscars.
  16. The Roseanne Revival Shows How Network TV Can Survive the Streaming AgeThe golden era of linear TV is coming to an end. But there’s a middle ground between dominance and death, and this month hints at a path forward.
  17. Does It Matter If This Year’s Oscars Were the Least-Watched Ever?ABC doesn’t need to panic about low ratings — yet.
  18. In the Age of Trump, Comfort Food TV Is WorkingAnd two more early lessons about the 2017 fall season.
  19. Why Network TV Isn’t Worth It for Veterans Like Shonda Rhimes AnymoreRhimes didn’t leave just leave ABC. She left network TV.
  20. the industry
    The State of Network Television: 10 Trends That Will Guide the 2015–16 SeasonBeyond the Empire halo.
  21. empire
    The Empire Effect: What We’ve LearnedAnd what we still don’t know.
  22. pilot casting
    Overcrowded Pilot Season Is Leveling the TV Playing FieldGet those head shots out, everybody!