ABC’s Whiskey Cavalier, the Butt of Jimmy Kimmel’s Upfront Jokes, Hopes to Get the Last Laugh

A sneak preview of the show will air after Sunday’s Oscars.

From Streaming to Late-Night, 6 Things We Learned About TV’s Future at TCA Winter Press Tour

Including the surprising changes to this year’s Emmy race.

Amazon Prime Video Sees Itself as a ‘Global Network,’ and Says It’s Not Focused on Netflix

‘It’s all about the content,' says chief Jennifer Salke.

Comedy Central Takes Another 11:30 P.M. Swing With a New David Spade Late-Night Show

‘There will be no politics—mostly because I’m too stupid,’ said the comedian.

AT&T’s Upcoming Streaming Service Doesn’t ‘Need to Beat Netflix’ or Disney

But sharing key assets like Friends 'is not a good model,' said Kevin Reilly.

Hulu Focuses on Its Audience’s ‘Total Engagement’ Because ‘For Us, Demos Are Dead’

Plus, why The Handmaid’s Tale will miss this year’s Emmy eligibility window.

Viewers No Longer Need a Cable Subscription to Stream Epix

Premium cable network rolls out OTT offering, for $6 a month.

Killing Eve, Last Year’s Best New Show, Has Become Too Big For Just One Network

The BBC America drama will also air on AMC when it returns April 7.

Why Big Little Lies, Originally a Miniseries, Is Coming Back to HBO for Season 2 This June

And how the show landed Meryl Streep for a key new role.

Veep’s Showrunner Often Feels Like the Trump Administration Is ‘Stealing From Us’

The comedy’s final season ‘will surprise viewers,’ says Julia Louis-Dreyfus.