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'This Is Us,' the biggest new hit series in decades, gears up for Season 2

'This Is Us,' the biggest new hit series in decades, gears up for Season 2

Producer and director Ken Olin dishes about the show and working for a broadcast network.

One giant leap for Shonda Rhimes is a small step for ad-kind

One giant leap for Shonda Rhimes is a small step for ad-kind

Why doesn't the ad-supported world represent the world we actually live in, asks Vitro's CEO.

The best and worst TV programs of Summer 2017

The best and worst TV programs of Summer 2017

No longer the domain of reruns, the summer offered viewers both diamonds and duds.

HBO attacked by hackers again

HBO attacked by hackers again

The TV brand's Facebook and Twitter accounts have been hacked in the latest cyber threat to the company.

TV comes out about its closeted portrayals of LGBTQ people

TV comes out about its closeted portrayals of LGBTQ people

At the Television Critics Association Press Tour, GLAAD brought together a panel of experts to discuss diversity on the small

Are cable networks being shortsighted with summer's breakout hits?

Are cable networks being shortsighted with summer's breakout hits?

"Carpe diem" might be sage advice for living one's life, but TV executives might be wise to wait and stretch

Brand Superfan of the Week: Pokémon's Lisa Courtney

Brand Superfan of the Week: Pokémon's Lisa Courtney

This Pokéfan has amassed 17,127 items of memorabilia from the anime series and now holds the Guinness World Record for

Who's to blame for summer's dismal TV ratings?

Who's to blame for summer's dismal TV ratings?

Low quality, millennials, the decline of Peak TV and even the weather may be culpable for audiences tuning out.

A marketer's guide to fall 2017 network TV

A marketer's guide to fall 2017 network TV

The prognosis is mixed for the upcoming freshman class, but returning shows mostly look promising for advertisers.

"Younger" returns, but TV Land is still old

"Younger" returns, but TV Land is still old

Even as the contemporary sitcom premieres its fourth season, the cable network continues to attract an aging audience.