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  • Netflix continues original content push with Chelsea Handler deal

    Netflix continues original content push with Chelsea Handler deal
    Chelsea Handler is taking her bottle of vodka to Netflix. The host of E!'s late-night program "Chelsea Lately" has signed a deal to create and star in a talk show for the streaming service that will premiere in 2016. Known for her boozy and flirty...
  • Binge Viewing is Forcing Showrunners to Evolve

    Binge-viewing is one of the most profound changes to hit the smallscreen business in memory, a revolution in the way TV is distributed and consumed. By Advanced Television's estimate, 70% of U.S. viewers self-identify as "binge-ers," and Netflix's...
  • Netflix 4K Ultra HD Queue Adds 'Breaking Bad,' 'Smurfs 2,' 'Ghostbusters'

    Netflix is now offering Ultra HD versions of all 62 episodes of "Breaking Bad," as well as "Smurfs 2," "Ghostbusters" and "Ghostbusters 2" in the U.S. -- although only a few thousand subscribers actually have TVs capable of playing back the format. The...
  • Spoiler Alert Overload: When Can we Talk Freely About Shocking TV Moments?

    The two most dreaded words in TV coverage may well be "spoiler alert." In this age of too much TV, it's virtually impossible to watch everything live. And in high season, Sunday nights are a DVR-busting traffic jam. So nearly every TV story we publish...
  • Amazon Orders 'Point of Honor' Civil War-Era Drama Pilot from ABC Studios

    Amazon.com has ordered to pilot "Point of Honor," a historical drama about a Virginia family divided on the eve of the American Civil War from ABC Studios, to join its next wave of original pilots. Show is written by Carlton Cuse ("Lost") and Randall...
  • DirecTV Names Frank Grillo, Nick Jonas Series 'Kingdom'

    DirecTV's new one-hour drama series has been dubbed "Kingdom" and will premiere on Oct. 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the satcaster announced on Thursday. The show, which focuses on a family's mixed martial arts gym and the relationships and addictions of the...
  • Some Comedies Lacking Laughs as Category Lines Blur

    Be honest: How often do you laugh watching "Girls"? "Nurse Jackie"? Even the more melancholy episodes of "Louie"? One-hour series have made the leap, for reasons both pragmatic and cynical, to labeling themselves comedies. Yet a mental block lingers to...
  • Netflix Flexes Muscles in Nonfiction and Docs Emmy Race

    Netflix wants to extend its award-winning streak to documentaries. "The original programming space was a big shift for us," says Lisa Nishimura, Netflix's vice president of original documentary and comedy. The success of "House of Cards," the positive...
  • Peabody Awards Underline the Radical Changes in Electronic Media

    On May 19, Peabody Awards will be handed out to 46 winners, the most in our 73-year history. Awards are not given in categories, for specific performances or production tasks. The sole criterion for winning is excellence in storytelling. So why the...
  • Hillary Clinton book tour could serve as dry run for a campaign

    She's traveled the country mixing weighty policy pronouncements with joking references to her hair. She's reflected on gender bias and offered career advice to young women, gushed about becoming a grandma and raked in a fortune in speaking fees on the...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' Piracy Soars for Season 2 Debut, But 'House of Cards' Was Bigger

    If piracy is a gauge of popularity, Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" second season is not as big a hit as "House of Cards" -- and neither series holds a candle to HBO's "Game of Thrones," the world's most-pirated TV show. In the first two days of...