• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

Fall TV Preview

Latest News

  1. First Look: ABC's 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Trailer (Video)

    4:29 pm 5/12/2013

    The network used the season finale of recently renewed "Once Upon a Time" to air the extended look at its new Joss Whedon drama.Read more

    • 0
  2. First Look: Watch the Trailer for NBC's 'The Blacklist' (Video)

    2:28 pm 5/12/2013

    James Spader stars as the most wanted criminal who mysteriously tunrs himself in.Read more

    • 1
  3. TV Upfronts: NBC Fall Schedule Leaves 'Voice' Alone, Banks on Family Thursday (Analysis)

    1:34 pm 5/12/2013

    "Must See TV" remains intact, with "Parks and Recreation" leading a night of otherwise new comedy and a shifted "Parenthood," while "Revolution" is left to fend for itself without any lead-in and Fridays skew genre.Read more

    • 0
  4. 'Parks and Recreation': Watch Ron Swanson Ruin Halloween (Exclusive Video)

    9:00 am 10/22/2012

    In an exclusive clip from Thursday's "Halloween Surprise" episode, Ron enlists Andy to take Diane's daughters trick-or-treating.Read more

    • 0
  5. How Tim Goodman Fared in Last Season's TV Predictions

    7:00 am 9/12/2012

    THR's chief television critic was mostly right about which shows would last but missed the mark on a few he pegged to fail, including "Revenge" and "Whitney."Read more

    • 0
  6. The New Normal: TV Review

    1:13 pm 9/11/2012

    The series works too hard to comment on inclusiveness -- and doesn't work hard enough on the jokes or Ellen Barkin's version of Sue Sylvester.Read more

    • 0
  7. Guys With Kids: TV Review

    11:20 am 9/10/2012

    The new comedy, produced by Jimmy Fallon and starring Anthony Anderson, Jesse Bradford and Zach Cregger, follows three guys raising young children.Read more

    • 0
  8. Uh Oh: America's Fall TV Pilots are Flopping in Foreign Markets

    5:00 am 9/7/2012

    Too niche and violent or just uninspiring, the new shows underwhelm buyers as local shows are "taking back power," says one expert, threatening Hollywood's $3 billion lifeline.Read more

    • 0
Syndicate content