LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Sherlock” starring Benedict Cumberbatch will return to public TV in January, keeping company on Sunday nights with the “Downton Abbey” crowd. Season three of the modern Sherlock Holmes mystery series will […]
NEW YORK (AP) — PBS is setting the table for the “Downton Abbey” feast ahead with a preview special planned for broadcast in December. PBS’ “Masterpiece” says “Return to Downton Abbey” will air Dec. 1 […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) – When Netflix’s “House of Cards” vies with cable series “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men” for best drama honors at the Emmy Awards, it will be a milestone in the coming-of-age of […]
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — PBS is standing firm against airing “Downton Abbey” simultaneously with the drama’s U.K. season. Despite the spoilers that leak online from its British run, the period drama has been a […]
Nominees in major categories for the 2013 Emmy Awards announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Drama Series: “Breaking Bad,” AMC; “Downton Abbey,” PBS; “Game of Thrones,” HBO; “Homeland,” Showtime; “House of […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — PBS’ fall schedule will examine President John F. Kennedy’s life and his death 50 years ago through a modern lens, part of the network’s increased emphasis on relevance, its programming chief […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Despite a busy week with the selection of a new pope, the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts collectively had 11 percent fewer viewers than the week before — and a glance outside the window reveals the primary reason why.
NEW YORK (AP) — Not everyone liked it, but 8.2 million people watched the finale to the third season of PBS’ “Downton Abbey.” Sunday’s last episode left many fans up in arms because of the surprise demise of a popular character, unnamed here.
NEW YORK (AP) — The world didn’t end as some predicted last month. Even more remarkably, NBC demonstrated it just might have a future. No wonder Robert Greenblatt is marking two years as its boss with a new bounce in his step.
NEW YORK (AP) – The Golden Globes have an ear for musical drama, handing two nominations to ABC’s new “Nashville” and a nod to NBC’s freshman series, “Smash.” But the broadcast networks were largely overlooked, as usual.