"I want to write about women's issues and I want women, and others, to feel like they have a champion in me," says showrunner Ryan Murphy.
The ratings for the 89th Academy Awards drop 4% from last year, according to the overnights.
An early sellout suggests renewed interest among advertisers, but the real draw may be the controversy.
Procedurals, military dramas, family sitcoms, and reboots, reboots, reboots!
Is NBC doing what's best for its morning franchise, or just finding a place for its pricey new celebrity?
Final ratings tally should place Super Bowl LI among the most-watched of all time. Also: "24: Legacy" disappoints.
Tentpole sporting events are artificially inflating the network's numbers, which could mean a disappointing upfront.
Less than two weeks before the big game, Fox is still selling ad space. What's to blame?
The 45th President attracted more viewers than Obama's second swearing-in, but far fewer than his first.
But will the audience of today, particularly the millennials, show interest?
2017 will see a record number of scripted shows hit the screens--more than 500.
Martha MacCallum will take over for Carlson in the 7 p.m. slot with a show focusing on Trump's 'First 100 Days.'
The loss of its star anchor is only the latest reason the once-unbeatable network is starting to look vulnerable.
From sitcoms to dramas to whatever "Westworld" is, the boob tube really outdid itself this year.
Jenna Elfman, Katherine Heigl, puking time travelers and a talking dog.
More network misses than hits, the upcoming TV season offers a handful of hopeful debuts.
Why the saccharine "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" could spell trouble for the edgy streaming network.
From twisted horror plots to lame comedies, the season wasn't short on its share of stinkers.
With the election behind us, the NFL can't continue to pretend Donald and Hillary were the only ones distracting from the game.
These "sub-channels" have begun a slow move beyond low-cost content into original programming.