Fox Has No 2023 Fall Schedule or Live-Action Shows Completed

Tony Maglio

Executive Editor, Business
Tony is IndieWire’s first-ever Executive Editor of Business coverage. The PMC brand’s Business vertical was launched with his hiring, and team expanded within eight months. Otherwise, Tony barely fits in at IndieWire. They like “Memoria,” “Holy Motors,” and any Claire Denis movie; he likes “Blow,” “Roadhouse,” and “The Transporter.” Send tips to our Tips inbox, but if you want to talk “Reacher,” reach out directly to Tony. Though coming from the world of television, Tony sometimes writes about movies too. Here’s a piece on the original “House Party” battle rap that no one read. Tony is the former TV Editor of Hollywood trade publication The Wrap, where he worked his way up from intern to reporter to senior reporter to eventually manager of a team of five. There, he covered content as much as business topics. You won’t forget a Tony Maglio interview, but that’s because he mostly just talks about himself the whole time. In another life — his 20s — Tony was in accounting and finance. Simultaneously he freelanced for “Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update,” the Seth Meyers seasons. Ask him about his joke from the Jason Segel episode. Tony holds two master’s degrees, the first a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Monmouth University and the second a Master of Science in Journalism from The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Not bad. Tony has two daughters and does not put their pictures on social media. His wife does. Tony had two cats; one died, and it was sad. Go Giants (football, obviously).
Latest by Tony Maglio
Fox did not complete production on any live-action series ahead of the WGA strike, network executives said during the upfront conference call.
Not a Good Look
The 2023 upfronts lost their star power, comedy, and Netflix when the WGA went on strike.
What Strike?
Jeff Bader, NBCUniversal's president of program planning, told IndieWire they buttoned up September well before the WGA went on strike.
Money in the Bank
Analysts agree: The great buyout is coming.
WGA Struck
The last-minute change comes courtesy of the WGA strike and the NYPD, IndieWire is told.
This time, the overall subscriber decrease includes the U.S. and Canada.
Missing: AMC streaming subscribers and earnings from Fox and The CW.
Monetize those libraries!
As streamers prioritize revenue over subscriptions, old-fashioned licensing suddenly looks sexy.
WGA Strike
The company, along with HBO and CBS, sent showrunners letters saying they are expected to honor their non-writing duties during the current stoppage.
But David Zaslav did take time to root on the New York Knicks ahead of Game 3 vs. the Miami Heat.
Ahead of Schedule
That's one year ahead of schedule; read the company's mixed Q1 financial results here.
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