At the Television Critics Association Press Tour, GLAAD brought together a panel of experts to discuss diversity on the small screen.
"Carpe diem" might be sage advice for living one's life, but TV executives might be wise to wait and stretch their advertising dollars.
Low quality, millennials, the decline of Peak TV and even the weather may be culpable for audiences tuning out.
The prognosis is mixed for the upcoming freshman class, but returning shows mostly look promising for advertisers.
Even as the contemporary sitcom premieres its fourth season, the cable network continues to attract an aging audience.
The FX drama ends its third season with lackluster ratings, but brands and critics remain in awe of the TV series.
However you phrase it, recent series cancellations by Netflix mean this cycle of broadcasting has reached its saturation point.
In the post-Bill O'Reilly era, the cable news network is under marketer scrutiny more than ever before. But some analysts believe it can bounce back.
The former Fox News host begins her new network run on Sunday, but her fall morning show is still mired in uncertainty.
There was a lot of positive broadcast news coming out of the pitches last week, but there were also many warning signs too.
But upcoming newbies "Valor," "Dynasty" and "Life Sentence" are an attempt to broaden the audience.
With six new shows and more "Big Bang," the Eye net is poised for another "most-watched" season.
Spin-offs for "Dancing with the Stars" and "The Bachelor," plus a relocated "American Idol," lead an aggressive 2017-18 lineup.
Will new entries from proven sources compensate for the loss of the Super Bowl?
"Will and Grace" revival and a new "Law and Order" round out the upcoming blasts from the past.
Casting Melissa McCarthy as a sputtering, volcanic Sean Spicer? Good. Pairing (yawn) Ryan Seacrest with (yaaaawn!) Kelly Ripa? Not so good.
With the broadcast upfronts just two weeks away, it's time to help the harried TV executives fill out their schedules.
Because we all know podcasting just isn't big enough for Papa Bear.
The warm-weather airwaves are no longer the dead zone they once were, but success stories remain elusive.
Thanks to the economics of cable news, the loss of ad revenue may not matter much if the embattled host can maintain his audience.