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Black Lighting's CW Trailer Drops

The CW has release a “first look” trailer for Black Lightning, the show based on a DC black hero who was always black. It’s about time. 475 more words

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Progress Report: Post-February Sweeps, 2016-2017 Pilots

OK…so this entry is late this year.

This is mainly because the networks have been unusually slow in doling out renewal/cancellation decisions this season, which we have been watching closely over the past few weeks.   13,570 more words

TV News Roundup: The CW Announces Summer 2017 Premiere Dates

In today’s TV news roundup, The CW announces its summer 2017 premiere dates, Bunim/Murray Productions inks a deal with South-Korean Based group Signal Entertainment, and NBC shifts “World of Dance.” 624 more words

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Progress Report: Midseason Report Card for 2016-2017 Pilots

It’s that time of year!  Call it CPU!’s Holiday Present to you!  Or New Year present! Time to check in on the progress of shows and see which shows are surviving this season and beyond.   12,841 more words

The CW at 10: How the Network Found Its Footing With Superheroes & Strong Women

In early 2013, CW executives convened for a post-mortem on the quick demise of “Emily Owens, M.D.” Together, CW president Mark Pedowitz and core members of his team pored over ratings, reviews, and other data that had been gathered in an effort to figure out why the drama series didn’t resonate with its audience. 1,224 more words

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Progress Report: Fall TV Preview and Selection for 2016-2017 Shows and Final Update Regarding Spring/Summer Shows (2016)

At this point, the primary TV viewing season is over, the summer viewing season in all its limited glory is in full swing, and the calendar has struck the month of August…which means less than a month until the fall TV season begins again!  11,838 more words

WELL THAT WAS FAST: ABC CANCELS UNCLE BUCK

After a huge ratings debut, the Uncle Buck staff has found their way on the unemployment line. ABC pulled the plug on the show. Uncle Buck… 220 more words