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TV Trend Alert: The Word “Canceled” Has Been Canceled

Network chiefs increasingly won't pull the plug on little-watched shows as a new lexicon takes shape ("trimmed," "reduced") for ratings losers.

Hayley Atwell Starrer ‘Conviction’ Won’t Get Additional Episodes

All 13 episodes of the drama will air, though it's unclear how long the series will remain in its current Mondays at 10 p.m. slot.

European TV Enjoys ‘Halcyon’ Days as Homegrown Shows Push U.S. Series Out of Primetime

The days of U.S. comedies, dramas and procedurals dominating the schedule are gone.

MIPCOM: Drama Boom Drives Up Costs, (Financial) Creativity

"Creativity in finance structuring is becoming as important as creativity itself," says an exec as TV producers struggle to meet global demand for big-budget series.

MIPCOM: Hayley Atwell’s ‘Conviction’ Sells Wide

Entertainment One locked down sales for ABC's new legal procedural with networks in the U.K., France and Latin America.

‘Agent Carter’s’ Hayley Atwell Prepares for a Different Kind of Battle on ABC’s ‘Conviction’

The actress opens up about what brought her to the legal drama and the future of her beloved Marvel character, Peggy Carter.

Read the Letter That Convinced Hayley Atwell to Do ABC’s ‘Conviction’ (Exclusive)

Showrunner Liz Friedman's personal note is a great example of the lengths to which networks will go to in order to sign top talent in the 'Peak TV' era.

‘Conviction’: TV Review

How to waste Hayley Atwell? Put her in this terrible ABC show about a former first daughter who takes a job that entails trying to overturn wrongful convictions.

Stephen A. Smith: If I Had Prosecuted O.J. Simpson, There’d Be a Conviction

The TV personality's comments come while 30 for 30 doc series 'O.J.: Made in America' is running on ESPN.

Roman Polanski Faces New Extradition Challenge Over Child Sex Conviction

Poland's justice minister says he will appeal a court decision not to extradite the Oscar-winning director.

Producers Get Probation After Louisiana Film Tax-Credit Fraud Conviction

Seven Arts Entertainment CEO Peter Hoffman was facing 405 years in prison after he was found guilty of defrauding Louisiana's state tax-credit program of $1.13 million.