NBC Renews 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago PD'
NBC topper Bob Greenblatt announced the news during a press junket in Chicago on Monday.
Fall TV's Slow Death March: How "Trimmed" Became the New "Canceled"
Scaling back instead of cutting bait, broadcast networks are letting DOA shows continue thanks to studio synergy and a lack of viable replacements.
CBS' 'Supergirl' Soars With Strong Primetime Debut in Canada
Monday's opening on Global Television averaged 1.7 million total viewers, just behind ABC's 'Quantico' with its earlier overnight premiere audience of 1.8 million viewers on CTV.
THR TV Critics Square Off Over Fall's "Terrible Season for Broadcast"
Tim Goodman and Daniel J. Fienberg tackle the past several weeks of new and returning series, clashing (Team Stamos vs. Team Lowe), bashing (sorry, 'Minority Report') and hugging it out (thanks, 'Jane the Virgin').
'Law & Order: SVU': Rollins' Mom Throws Her a Jaw-Dropping Baby Shower (Exclusive Photo)
Amanda's fugitive sister also resurfaces in THR's exclusive first look at Wednesday's new episode.
'Chicago Med' Co-Creator Addresses "Unfortunate" Creative Changes
"Having seen the first cut, I'm very encouraged," the 'Chicago Fire' and 'Chicago P.D.' showrunner tells THR about the upcoming hospital-set spinoff.
- Fox's 'Rosewood' Nabs Full-Season Pickup
- 'The Knick': Thackery Looks to Reclaim His Glory in Season 2
- Charles Michael Davis Shares Tips on Surviving the 'Originals' Family
- 'Empire's' Andre Royo on Thirsty's Loyalty, 'Godfather' Influences and 'Wire' Comparisons
- 'Kingdom' Creator Previews Nate's Sexuality Struggles, Navy Street's First Female Fighter
- 'Chicago Fire' Boss Teases "Huge Betrayal" Ahead, Voight-Centered Three-Show Crossover
ABC Orders Game Show Based on Jimmy Kimmel Segment 'Who Knows?'
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'Master of None': TV Review
A surprisingly creative, funny and sweet breakout for Aziz Ansari as he creates his own series for Netflix and busts out of the character actor limitations of the past, delivering a real gem.
'Manhattan' Season 2: TV Review
William Petersen joins WGN America's very strong A-bomb drama.
'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend': TV Review
The CW's musical-comedy sings when it sings, but the rest still needs work.
'Red Oaks': TV Review
Come for the '80s nostalgia, stay for the body swap episode and Hal Hartley.
'Wicked City': TV Review
Offensive, predictable and awful, 'Wicked City' hits the trifecta of bad pilot issues. ABC, which programs to women, should be embarrassed at how much this degrades its target audience — and the network.