Peacock added no paid subscribers in Q2 and lost 1 million monthly active accounts on the free tier. There's help — and options — on the horizon.
Following fan outcry over CBS' cancellation, NBC's "Magnum P.I." plans to begin production this fall and premiere in 2023, a source tells IndieWire.
Renée Zellweger, showrunner Jenny Klein, hair department head Lawrence Davis, and others tell IndieWire about painstakingly re-creating the world and crimes of Pam Hupp.
Dan Fogelman's NBC family drama rejects any last-gasp reveals in favor of a lazy Saturday, measured reflection, and honest conversations.
We finally have decisions on every single broadcast TV series; well, every one of them not named "Transplant."
Technically, Fox didn't send us an actual schedule — but NBC provided plenty to chew on as broadcast's busy upfront week began in New York City.
The CW, CBS, and NBC announced a slew of cancellations, tightening the scope of what gets broadcast airtime.
Peacock closed out Q1 of 2022 with an additional 4 million paid subscribers, but executives warn that level of growth will "ebb and flow" based on streaming content.
Peacock may not have a ton of subscribers or must-see originals, but its three-tier approach may be the future of streaming.
Susan Rovner and Frances Berwick are using all the crayons in their Peacock-tinted coloring box to keep reality TV a priority in NBCUniversal's post-"Kardashians" era.
"What really excites me" is viewers "feeling like they're a part of the Crew," creator Phil Augusta Jackson explains.
The story "makes you keep asking, ‘Why, why, why?,'" Zellweger said of the twisted true-crime saga.
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