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  • ABC sets 10 new series for next season; Muppets on board

    ABC is adding a fourth drama next season from its favorite producer, Shonda Rhimes, and bringing the Muppets to prime time in a series with both adult and kid appeal, the network said Tuesday. The Shondaland production company's fraud investigation drama...
  • A Letterman tribute among shows last week keeping CBS on top

    Another week, another audience win for CBS. The Nielsen ratings company handed CBS its 11th straight prime-time win in viewership last week, with 13 of the Top 20 programs. Among those were the top three shows: "The Big Bang Theory" (seen by 14.6 million...
  • Nielsen's top programs for May 4-11

    Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for May 4-11. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership. 1. "The Big Bang Theory," CBS, 14.6 million. 2. "NCIS," CBS, 14.5 million. 3. "NCIS: New Orleans," CBS, 13.4 million. 4. "Dancing...
  • ABC leans toward stability in new programming schedule

     ABC leans toward stability in new programming schedule
    — ABC unveiled a fall prime-time schedule that, in contrast to the tumult of recent years, will remain remarkably steady. The network will premiere just five new series this fall and is leaving most returning shows in their existing time slots....
  • TV review: 'Grace and Frankie' isn't Netflix's best effort

    Netflix's latest comedy series, "Grace and Frankie," now available on the streaming service, presents one of those "on the one hand/on the other hand" mixed reactions. On the one hand, maybe it takes a streaming service to create a series about older...
  • Memories from the CBS boss who signed Dave 22 long years ago

    In his long career at CBS and then as Sony boss, Howard Stringer faced plenty of ticklish negotiations and weighty talent deals. But there was nothing to match the roller-coaster ride that led to his signing David Letterman and the launch of "Late Show"...
  • UCF coach George O'Leary wants to keep Knights in national spotlight

    UCF coach George O'Leary wants to keep Knights in national spotlight
    National television exposure outside of Saturday could be the new "golden ticket" for college football teams standing on the outskirts of Power 5 conferences. Certainly, at least, in the mind of UCF football coach George O'Leary. Outside of sustaining...
  • NBC, Fox announce lineups for next year

    NBC and Fox have kicked off the week when the five major networks announce their schedules for the 2015-16 TV season. While FOX is making only a few adjustments, NBC is starting from scratch after a less than stellar 2013-14 lineup. NBC The only NBC...
  • Fox brings back 'American Idol' for final season

    Fox brings back 'American Idol' for final season
    Fox will add comedies with Rob Lowe and John Stamos in the fall and bring back "American Idol" for a 15th and final season in January. The network announced Monday that it will schedule five new series -- two half-hour sitcoms and three hour-long...
  • It's hard to say goodbye to this TV institution

    The summer of 1980 was the first time I can remember feeling like I had made a pop culture discovery. There was this guy named David Letterman, and he had this weird little comedy show on NBC in the morning. It was there that I saw for the first time...
  • Reunited ad agency navigates the digital age

    MINNEAPOLIS Mame O'Meara and Sue Dubbs didn't much care for each other when they worked as associate media directors at competing Minneapolis ad agencies in the early 1980s. To clarify: They really did not like one another, especially after their now-...