The Skinny: I admit I was surprised and initially less than thrilled with the ending of "Fargo" (no spoilers, don't worry). But now that I have slept on it, I am at peace with the creative decisions and appreciate the show's willingness to embrace the unexpected. Today's roundup includes the latest on the Los Angeles radio ratings scandal. Also,
Daily Dose: The NFL has created a website that attempts to make the case for keeping the
Maybe Elvis Costello was right: Nielsen reissued May radio ratings for Los Angeles stations after recalculating the numbers because its survey sample had become tainted. The "clean" numbers showed big drops for two Spanish-language radio stations --
From small things:
Is Jupiter ascending or crashing? Warner Bros. last-minute decision to delay the release of "Jupiter Ascending," which was supposed to be one of its big bets for this summer, is seen as a red flag. Directors Lana and Andy Wachowski have stumbled with their last few efforts, and now there are worries about "Jupiter Ascending." Warner Bros. still has a game face on and says the delay is due in part to a desire to mount an aggressive marketing campaign in advance of the release. Variety looks at the "Jupiter Ascending" situation.
No shortage of hype: