Executives from Comcast concede that the way people watch TV is changing. But they say networks that go it alone may hurt their existing businesses.
The How I Met Your Mother star appeared on Conan, along with her middle school yearbook photo.
Change is coming to the pay-TV business. It’s going to be a bloodbath — and not everyone will survive.
The six-time Emmy winner tells BuzzFeed News about the highs, lows, and insane experiences she’s encountered in her 25-year career.
It’s the first broadcast network to create a stand-alone streaming option for viewers.
The current, sixth season, will be Archie Panjabi’s last as the world’s best investigator, and it won’t be the same without her.
Legal snoop Kalinda and her boots of justice will be exiting the CBS drama at the end of the sixth season.
The CBS legal drama, now in its sixth season, continually shakes up its narrative foundations and proves itself fearless in the process. Spoilers ahead, if you’re not up to date on the show.
It’s been eight years since the world first met Katharine McPhee on American Idol, and now she’s taking on her first major non-singing television role on CBS’s Scorpion. With the musical drama Smash behind her, she’s more determined than ever to prove herself.
According to GLAAD’s annual studies.
There’s a method to the knicknacks.
From Frankie’s controversial comments to Nicole’s future with Hayden and Caleb’s crush, the Big Brother 16 houseguests reveal all to BuzzFeed News in their first post-finale interviews.
The start of the fall TV season marks the first real concerted effort by the big four broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC — to highlight viewers for a show over a full week.The move reflects the shift away from live television viewing for entertainment programming and is aimed at prying more money away from advertisers.
We’re all living in the Victorian Era.
The CBS drama definitely isn’t cooling down with age, despite Will Gardner’s absence.
Stern statements from brands like Pepsi and Anheuser-Busch aren’t really damaging the league. If they want to affect real change, they need to hit the league and its owners where it hurts most — in their wallets.
Update: CBS will be using their new theme music to open the broadcast instead of Rihanna’s song.The singer lashed out at the network after they pulled her song from the inaugural broadcast of Thursday Night Football following the Ray Rice domestic violence controversy.
Comedian Kathy Griffin says she asked to be considered as Craig Ferguson’s successor, but an executive told her: “They’re not considering females at this time.” A spokesperson for CBS told BuzzFeed News that “we never said that to Griffin or met with her,” adding that they did consider “several female candidates.”
The British actor and comedian will be succeeding Craig Ferguson in 2015.
The series finale would have been — wait for it — legendary, if this had been the ending that actually aired. UPDATE: A spokesperson for 20th Century Fox declined to comment on its authenticity.
The two characters on CBS’ The Good Wife — once inseparable — haven’t appeared together in a season and a half. Kalicia ‘shippers, this is a crisis!
This is a story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside down.
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
Series like FX’s The Strain are upping the ante on television violence. But there are plenty of other gruesome examples of televised gore. Warning: Potential spoilers ahead!
Spoiler alert: Selfie isn’t that bad. BuzzFeed Entertainment staffers unite to break down the 2014–15 season’s new broadcast offerings.
Jeff Bewkes doesn’t like big media mergers, but that doesn’t mean he won’t make a good deal, from Rupert Murdoch or another bidder. He’ll do whatever creates the most value for shareholders, and now that most likely means selling.
The 6-3 decision said the startup service has to pay broadcasters when it takes their programs and streams them to paid subscribers. Broadcasters painted the ruling as a win for consumers. But that claim is dubious.
After 15 seasons, CBS’s ode to voyeurism is as popular as ever. Following its most controversial season yet, Big Brother executive producer Allison Grodner on where the show is heading, how the next set of twists provide a necessary revamp, and why she’ll never let go of the reins.
Stranger things have happened.