Nahnatchka Khan, co-creator of the NBC series "Young Rock," talks TV production and how a tough year can be translated into amusing entertainment.
It would have capitalized on the 2020 Summer Olympics, but now will rely on a packed catalog of classics.
Let’s do the numbers on one of the most successful sitcoms of all time.
Over the past few years, the Emmys have been the least-watched awards show.
NBC just saw Super Bowl TV audience ratings below last year’s. Now the network will break with Olympic tradition today by live streaming the opening ceremony for the winter games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. It’s one of a few new aggressive strategies the company’s taking to boost viewership and please advertisers.
#CrockPotIsInnocent, the company says.
Mike Schur, creator of NBC's "The Good Place," tells us about the inspiration for his show and how no one has time to watch all of the television and streaming content out there.
"We've got to take advantage of the moment," Dan Fogelman says about the Emmy-nominated show.
The post-election political climate has meant big business for 'Saturday Night Live.'
The founder of Nerdist talks about his new game show and why he worries about getting kicked out of parties.