Networks look at shows to keep, ax

At the end of May, network executives will stand in front of advertisers and confess their sins. They’ll let everyone know which television concepts tanked and which ones worked. Advertisers will get first looks at pilots networks are considering, and ... Continue Reading →

Open the book, change the channel

At this year’s Emmy awards, for the first time in history, every Best Drama nominee was broadcast by a cable channel rather than a network. These shows take viewers all over the nation, from a New Mexico meth lab in “Breaking Bad” to “Mad Men”’s ... Continue Reading →
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