Battered Networks Blow Up Traditional TV Schedule to Take on Cable, Streaming Rivals 1 week ago
One of the biggest television shows next season won't air until the season is nearly over – and that should tell you something...
By Tim Molloy
Knocks NBC for "cheesy" scheduling decision
Kevin Reilly, formerly the president of entertainment for the company, will oversee all programming, scheduling, marketing, research, digital and business affairs for the network
Networks tried to stay on message -- how did they do?
TCA: No decision on whether "Terra Nova," "House" will return -- but things don't look good for J.J. Abrams' "Fringe"
TCA: Nick Weidenfeld is former head of program development for Adult Swim
With ad dollars and hit comedies both up, he tells a Hollywood Radio TV Society panel, "I'm genuinely excited in a way I wasn't a few years ago."
Reilly will discuss his involvement with "The Sopranos," "The Office," and "Glee"
"I was extremely upset myself to learn about this on Twitter -- I'm kidding," Kevin Reilly says
Kevin Reilly leads off with pugnacious response to carriage-battle question during Tuesday's Hollywood Radio TV Society network-presidents luncheon panel; Tassler, Lee, Reilly and Ostroff also on hand
No judges are signed and no details are given; "Will be more constructive to talk about it all in one shot"
With upfronts nearly wrapped up, TV Academy and HRTS partner for lunch panel taking pulse of the TV business
First "Glee's" Ryan Murphy, now Fox topper goes to two more old buddies for fall schedule
He's signed a new three-year deal following a successful season marked by new hits such as "Glee" and "Cleveland"
Two programmers move up to VP level. The network also adds a new position
At Paley Center symposium, the notion of "Cosby Show" demand is quickly dismissed.
Despite the sagging economy, Fox's television network is not planning substantial layoffs, entertainment president Kevin Reilly said.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation