Fall TV Preview Tag

ABC Fall Preview

Channing Dungey, ABC Entertainment Group president, described ABC shows not as money makers or ratings giants but as “our brand of storytelling” and said that ABC has spent years building a promise of relevant, compelling stories from bold, passionate storytellers. I agree that ABC

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Fall TV Preview: Cable Networks

Written By: Bryan Kirschner and Donna D’Achillo A&E premiered a new original comedy series entitled Black and White in July. This in-studio show focuses on issues such as politics and race and how they are perceived through the viewpoints of various comedians and friends.

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Fall TV Preview: CW

The CW is inserting Supergirl on Mondays this fall, and while the ratings may not equal what the show did on CBS, it will likely be a top three show for The CW. “This is the right place for it,” said CW’s president Mark

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Fall TV Preview: FOX

Did you ever get a song stuck in your head? That seems to be happening to me with FOX’s 2016-17 pilots for the upcoming season. It’s not necessarily a bad thing either. I keep having Cher’s If I Could Turn Back Time pop into my

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Fall TV Preview: NBC

NBC was the first network to reveal its schedule during upfront week, and the network touted its stability to the advertisers. NBC slipped to No. 2 this season in the 18-49 demo after two years on top, but NBC Entertainment Chairman Rob Greenblatt said,

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Fall TV Preview: CBS

CBS is once again America’s most-watched network. They finished last season tops in their core demo (Adults 25-54) for the ninth time in 13 years! Thanks in part to the Super Bowl, they won the A18-49 demo for just the second time in over 20

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Fall TV Preview: ABC

ABC has chosen stability for the second year running. There are five new shows premiering in the fall — fewer than in past seasons. Monday starts with the twenty-third season of Dancing with the Stars leading into the new drama Conviction. The

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Upfronts 2016: Content is King

In May, ad professionals flocked to NYC for the unveiling of the 2016-17 broadcast line-up. The industry eagerly awaits the clips for fall broadcast premieres and starts placing bets on which programs will be hot and which will flop. For TV fans, there’s nothing like

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