Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

TV/Media Editor
Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV/Media Editor, overseeing trends, technology, personalities and programming across broadcast, cable and streaming video. Formerly TV editor for People magazine, he has been covering the TV and movie industries for two decades.

TNT Will Air NBA All-Star Game’s Fourth Quarter Ad-Free in New Format Honoring Kobe Bryant

The NBA turning the game clock off for the fourth quarter of Sunday's All-Star Game, and TNT will air the fourth quarter ad-free.

NBC Streamed Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Everywhere for a Month to Reach Young Viewers

NBC is streaming the Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist on nearly two dozen digital platforms to help the new show find a younger audience than on linear.

Out-of-Home Viewers Push Super Bowl 54 Total Audience to 113.4 Million

The final total audience number for Super Bowl 54 is in: the game was watched by 113.4 million viewers in all.

The Conners Airs Live Tonight, Reacting to New Hampshire Primary Results in Real Time

ABC’s The Conners is airing a live episode at 8 p.m. that will incorporate ABC News’ coverage of the latest Democratic primary.

Former Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins Will Head Up Amazon’s Video Studios

Mike Hopkins will oversee its Prime Video platform and Amazon Studios as an svp beginning later this month.

Oscars Fall to Record Low Ratings Following Second Hostless Year

The 92nd Oscars drew 23.6 million viewers and a 5.3 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, both record lows for the Academy Awards telecast.

ABC Sells Out Oscars Ad Inventory, With 30-Second Spots Going for Up to $2.8 Million

The Academy Awards were the most-watched entertainment broadcast of 2019.

How Homeland’s Producers Have Navigated the Ups and Downs, the Praise and the Criticism

The Showtime series returns Sunday for its eighth and final season.

Edie Falco on Returning to TV and How Trump Prompted Her to Film the Avatar Sequels

Edie Falco talks about her new CBS drama, Tommy, why she almost didn't make The Sopranos and why she doesn't appear in ads.

Fox Builds Its Second Show Around a Popular Brand With Lego Masters

Lego Masters is Fox's second show built around a popular brand, following Beat Shazam, but the format is already a hit in Britain and Australia.