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Posted Wednesday 3/20/19 at 5:51AM EDT
After studying the response to Scandal, Madam Secretary and The Good Wife, two academics argue that "the influence of political...
Posted Thursday 3/14/19 at 1:42PM EDT
The Think Tank for Inclusion and Equity surveyed TV writers who are female, non-binary, LGBTQ, people of color and/or people...
Posted Wednesday 3/06/19 at 4:40AM EST
The average American over 65 spends four hours and 20 minutes a day watching television, an increase of almost 30...
Posted Tuesday 1/29/19 at 1:16AM EST
Two Survivor superfans crunched the numbers and found that out of 98 hidden immunity idols in the history of the...
Posted Friday 1/25/19 at 7:18AM EST
Reidar Lystad and Benjamin Brown of Macquarie University in Sydney published their findings in the academic journal Injury Epidemiology.
Posted Monday 1/14/19 at 8:28AM EST
Research group Ampere Analysis found that of 251 network dramas currently in development or in production, 42% have a strong...
Posted Thursday 12/20/18 at 3:02PM EST
TV Time says it based its analysis on the behavior of more than 10 million global users.
Posted Thursday 12/13/18 at 1:17PM EST
FX's annual Peak TV report found there were 495 scripted original series in 2018: 160 streaming shows, 146 broadcast shows...
Posted Tuesday 12/11/18 at 3:31PM EST
The new study in the journal Injury Epidemiology titled "Death is certain, the time is not': mortality and survival in...
Posted Monday 12/10/18 at 3:21PM EST
Study: Netflix's viewership of its original programming jumps from 24% to 37%; The Office is Netflix's most-watched show
A study by 7Park Data found that original content went up from 14% in January 2017 to 24% in October...
Posted Monday 12/03/18 at 5:56PM EST
Pew Research Center found that 47% of Americans get their news by watching TV, compared to 34% who prefer reading...
Posted Friday 11/09/18 at 1:22PM EST
According to a new study by MoffetNathanson, satellite companies DirecTV and Dish Network were hit particularly hard in the third...
Posted Thursday 11/08/18 at 1:48PM EST
Netflix for the first time emerged as the No.
Posted Thursday 10/25/18 at 1:26PM EDT
GLAAD study: LGBTQ TV characters rises from 6.4% last year to a record high of 8.8% -- with most played by minority actors
GLAAD's annual Where We Are on TV report issued a challenge to TV networks to bolster LGBTQ characters to 10%...
Posted Wednesday 10/17/18 at 9:37PM EDT
Study: Immigrant TV characters are more likely to be portrayed as less educated and more prone to criminality
Immigrant rights group Define American teamed with The Hollywood Reporter and The Norman Lear Center to study how TV portrays...