After the coffee. Before proclaiming next week's
The Skinny: The bad news is that the
Daily Dose: You know your football team is bad when the local TV station is basically apologizing for carrying its games. That's what happened Sunday when
Scary performance. "Insidious: Chapter 2" took in over $40 million and dominated the weekend box office. That was three times more than what the original
Show me the numbers. TV executives are not the only ones complaining about the lack of ratings information from
Hail Cesar. NBCUniversal wooed away
Getting real. New York magazine has released its fall television season issue, which includes an interesting story about the rise and fall of MTV's "Buckwild" and the state of reality TV as well as an interview with Oprah Winfrey about the turnaround at
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