Cynthia Meyers reports on the 2014 Time Warner Thought Leadership Faculty Seminar
Antenna contributors review the new fall series from everyone’s favorite pretend broadcast network.
Antenna contributors consider the 2012 Fall Premieres from The CW.
Who gets their own show, and what can we expect, for the 2012-2013 season?
What happens when the television production schedule leads to promotions which are out of date by the time they air?
It’s Premiere Week! Check back here regularly for our contributor’s thoughts on all the new CW programs. Responses so far: Ringer, H8R, The Secret Circle and Hart of Dixie.
What happened at last week’s network upfronts, and what does it say about American television?
Tonight, The Game, a sitcom originally produced for and aired on The CW, premieres its fourth season on its new home, BET. The story behind that move leaves me wondering about the future of “diversity” (whatever that might mean) on broadcast television.
Antenna contributors respond to FOX and The CW’s fall premieres. Check back as we update over the next week!
If I were to pick a worthy successor of Buffy’s Sunnydale, it would be Mystic Falls rather than Bon Temps.
A defense and explanation of teen melodrama Vampire Diaries.