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"Sleepy Hollow": Why Shorter Seasons Are Better

I’ve been seeing some worry about Sleepy Hollow, especially since the ratings ticked down to the lowest they’ve ever been.

The fear can be summed up in this tweet by Shadow and Act: 898 more words

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Gary Newman: Network TV Advertising Model Needs to Evolve on Digital Platforms

This column is part of Variety’s Broken Hollywood feature. For more execs and their opinions on the state of Hollywood, click here.

We have an advertising model that is pretty challenged. 386 more words

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Live Action X-Men Series On Fox Is Happening...Probably

TV insider has confirmed that Fox and Marvel are actively developing a new, live-action X-Men TV series. For the astute reader, Fox already has the filming/movie rights to the X-Men universe, but other rights to the X-Men still belong to Marvel, and parent company Disney. 223 more words

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Serie Arquivo X de volta?

Quem não conhece Arquivo X, uma serie babadeira dos anos 90, é porque foi abduzido por uma Drag ET. Aos que conhecem fiquem aqui em terra porque os agentes do FBI Fox Mulder e Dana Scully podem voltar a investigar seus casos de outro planeta. 162 more words

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Fox's Dana Walden & Gary Newman On 'Bones' Return, 'Sleepy Hollow' Changes, 'Utopia' Demise & New Reality Direction

Fox TV Group chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman literally walked into the spotlight this morning when they took to the stage for their first TCA overseeing the Fox network. 519 more words

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Fox TCA: New Chiefs Talk More '24,' Brand-Building and Destiny-Controlling

“24” without Kiefer Sutherland? It could happen.

A pitch for another limited-series installment of the “24” franchise on Fox envisions a storyline that would revolve around supporting characters and not feature Sutherland’s intrepid covert op Jack Bauer. 1,024 more words

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TCA Live Blog: Fox Presentation

Follow below for live updates from the Fox presentation at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, with a presentation from co-chairs Dana Walden and Gary Newman, along with panels including “American Idol,” “Wayward Pines,” “Empire” and “Gotham.”

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