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TV Ratings: ‘Revolution’ Drops to Series Low, while ‘Dancing’ Rises and ‘Voice’ Wins Demo

UPDATED: It was a down night for NBC, while ABC saw gains for "Dancing" and a huge bump for its mystery dramedy "Castle."

Producers Guild of America to Honor J.J. Abrams with 2013 Norman Lear Achievement Award

The producer-director behind hit series including "Felicity," "Lost" and NBC's "Revolution" will receive the honor at the Producers Guild Awards on Jan. 26.

Mipcom 2012: Lionsgate’s ‘Nashville’ Sells to U.K.’s Channel Four (Exclusive)

The other top U.S. dramas at the market, including "Last Resort," "Revolution" and "Beauty and the Beast" are closing in on lucrative British broadcast deals.

DVRs Dramatically Altering Fall TV Battleground

Fox goes young, "The Voice" powers NBC, and ABC struggles out of the gate as time-shifting alters the battleground as never before.

Showrunners to Watch for 2013: Looking Ahead to Next Year’s List

From Mindy Kaling to "Vegas" executive producer Greg Walker — these are the minds behind the year's buzziest shows.

NBC Orders Full Seasons of Sitcoms ‘Go On’ and ‘New Normal,’ Drama ‘Revolution’

After early premieres in September and strong ratings retention, the two comedies will stay on the network's Tuesday lineup.

‘Revolution’: Elizabeth Mitchell on Sticking With Genre Fare and Her Biggest Surprise (Q&A)

The "Lost" alum previews her new NBC series with THR, calling her character "maternal" and "intelligent," and revealing why the series' violence was unexpected.

J.J. Abrams Signs With CAA

Filmmaker is currently directing the sequel to "Star Trek," the 2009 hit he also helmed.

Emmys 2012: J.J. Abrams Misses ‘Felicity’ More Than ‘Lost’

The "Fringe" and "Revolution" EP admits the WB drama is still his favorite: "It was just sort of pure romantic, sweet characters who had crushes on one another and were dealing with which party to…

Revolution: TV Review

NBC's new drama -- executive produced by J.J. Abrams and with a pilot directed by Jon Favreau -- presents a puzzling future, part "Hunger Games," part "Lost," where electricity has vanished.

Fall TV: Britney Spears, ‘New Normal’ and the Season’s 5 Riskiest Bets

Big paychecks, bigger names and elaborate productions are all popping up on the 2012-13 schedule, but some gambles might not pan out for the broadcast networks.

TCA 2012: ‘Revolution’ Team Assures Scientific Justification for Power Outage Premise

Creator Eric Kripke, joined by director Jon Favreau and the cast, tells skeptics that the series' underlying mystery has been deemed plausible by physicists.