The second season of FX’s “Fargo,” the acclaimed project that won the Golden Globe and the Emmy for best miniseries, will be more sprawling, a lot more comedic and feature the character of Ronald Reagan.
NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt confronted the network’s recent public relations nightmare surrounding Bill Cosby in an unusual forum: a ballroom packed with more than 200 television writers.
The complexity of race relations and how different cultures interact in the face of searing horror and tragedy is at the core of “American Crime,” ABC’s upcoming drama from Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley (“12 Years a Slave”).
Showtime Network President David Nevins was finishing up his introductory remarks at the Television Critics Assn. press tour when a tall handsome man walked on stage offering him a “damn good cup of coffee.”
“Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew,” the MTV show that ran for seven seasons before airing its last episode in 2012, will be brought back by the music network this summer with six new episodes.