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keeping up with the royals
American Royalty Oprah to Collaborate With
They’re making a mental-health doc for Apple.
Almost 500 Scripted Shows Aired in 2018, But We Still Haven’t Hit Peak TV
For the first time in TV history, streamers like Netflix and Amazon had the biggest share of scripted production in 2018.
What to Know About Snapchat’s Big Move Into Scripted TV
Peak TV’s latest player just debuted two short-form shows, with a lot more coming soon.
Netflix Officially Snags Kenya Barris With Multimillion-Dollar Deal
Barris is the latest powerhouse producer to leave linear TV for Netflix, joining Ryan Murphy and Shonda Rhimes.
Forget Peak TV: FX Boss Says We’re Now in the ‘Gilded Age’ of Television
“My assessment that Peak TV would’ve peaked by now was wrong.”
NBC Is Getting Into the Podcast Game, Just Like Your Ex-Boyfriend
In case you were wondering what to do with all those free hours in your day.
So, What Do You Think of NBC’s New Fall Show Trailers?
We have a family sitcom, medical drama, and
Lord of the Rings
Series Is Really Happening
The streaming studio has already committed to two seasons of the J.R.R. Tolkien property.
how movies are made now
What Hollywood Screenwriters Are Learning From Peak TV
For starters: Sometimes writers work better in teams.
John Landgraf Has Another Peak TV Update: It’s Become ‘Unmanageable’
The latest from the Peak TV seer.
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston Are Working on a TV Show Together
Fingers crossed we get to see it.
Facebook Green-lights Two New Original Series
In the land of peak TV, the social-media giant just leveled up.
TV Is Moving Away From Finale Fever — Which Is Making for Better TV
Endings still matter, but not nearly as much as they used to.
Rival Networks Are Really Happy That Netflix Is Finally Canceling Its Shows
“I’m glad they’re canceling shows,” FX’s president bluntly declared.
What Creators Have to Gain, and Fear, in a Streaming-TV World
The advent of streaming has brought untold freedom and opportunity to creators — and an unprecedented chance to get lost in the Peak TV shuffle.
A Record High of 455 (a.k.a. Way Too Many) Scripted TV Shows Aired in 2016
Too much TV!
Why Is It So Hard to Get Serial Drama Right in 2016?
The medium that ushered in TV’s Golden Age is in a slump.
FX CEO: Peak TV Will Likely Happen Closer to ’19
“I wrongly predicted that we’d hit the peak in 2015 or 2016.”
What It’s Like to Be a Character Actor During Peak TV
“We’re all working twice as hard to make half the money.”
Amazon Picks Up Tig Notaro’s
Good Girls Revolt
There Were Over 400 Scripted TV Shows on the Air in 2015
Nearly twice as many as during the first year of the Obama administration.