We talk Doctor Who, Orphan Black, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Mentalist, Defiance, Castle, Psych, Subergatory, The Americans, Southland, Vampire Diaries, Community, and Hemlock Grove.
We talk Doctor Who, Orphan Black, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Vikings, Revolution, Spies of Warsaw, Modern Family, Southland, The Americans, Community, Go On, Hannibal, and Spartacus.
We talk The Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time, Castle, Justified, Go On, Arrow, Supernatural, The Americans, Southland, Community, Vampire Diaries, Grimm, Spartacus, and House of Cards.
We talk Walking Dead, House of Lies, Red Widow, Lost Girl, The Following, Justified, SMASH, White Collar, The Americans, Southland, Big Bang Theory, Community, Person of Interest, Grimm, Spartacus, and House of Cards.
We talk The Walking Dead, Castle, Justified, Golden Boy, Mindy Project, SMASH, White Collar, Go On, Arrow, Supernatural, Modern Family, Suburgatory, The Americans, Southland, Community, Spartacus and House of Cards.
We talk Walking Dead, Downton Abbey, BSG: Blood and Chrome, The Following, Monday Mornings, Justified, Modern Family, Arrow, Supernatural, Southland, Community, Big Bang Theory, Parks and Rec, Person of Interest, Scandal, Vampire Diaries, Suits, and House of Cards.
Is all of this talk about network upfronts with their new shows and their new strategies and schedules getting you excited about the fall season? Have all of the clips and teases got you wishing that fall was already here? Frustrated with the wait? Well, the folks at TNT and TBS may have the answer. In the TNT / TBS upfronts presentation, they map out their strategy for success which includes year-round original programming. With a combined total of 11 new series and returning series, the two networks have new series or new seasons premiering practically every week throughout the summer. And then they have even more new things slated for the fall and beyond. Upcoming summer programming includes: for TNT, the sophomore season of alien sci fi drama, FALLING SKIES, season 5 of fan favorite, LEVERAGE, and for TBS, new comedy MEN AT WORK, starring Danny Masterson, Michael Cassidy, James Lesure, and Whedonverse alum, Adam Busch, premiering next week. Read more about Upfronts 2012: TNT and TBS – Strategy for Success …