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The 13 Biggest Takeaways From TV's Winter Press Tour
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Amazon's Jennifer Salke Details Global Content Strategy, Russo Brothers Event Series
The executive was joined onstage at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour by TV co-heads Vernon Sanders and Albert Cheng and detailed plans to "diversify the storytelling" to more global audiences.
Kevin Reilly: "It's Not a Good Model to Share" WarnerMedia Shows Like 'Friends'
The newly appointed head of content for the forthcoming WarnerMedia streaming service also detailed his original programming strategy and explained why "we don't need to be beat Netflix."
Nasim Pedrad Comedy 'Chad' Revived at TBS
The project, which Turner's Kevin Reilly previously developed at Fox, stars the 'Saturday Night Live' grad as a 14-year-old boy.
Hulu's Craig Erwich Addresses "Support of Ownership" Amid Disney-Fox Merger
Hulu's senior vp of originals also explained the decision to cancel Sean Penn Mars drama 'The First' and Sarah Silverman talk show 'I Love You, America.'
Marvel, Hulu Set Four-Show Animated Slate
'MODOK,' 'Hit-Money,' 'Tigra & Dazzler' and 'Howard the Duck' will culminate with a special, 'The Offenders.'
Hulu Orders Abigail Spencer Revenge Drama, Elle Fanning Catherine the Great Starrer
The series are expected to go into production later this year and premiere in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
'Killing Eve' Creators and Cast Reveal New Settings, Characters' "Vulnerability" in Season Two
The BBC America series' new showrunner, Emerald Fennell, also addressed how her leadership will change the story and its tone.
Michael B. Jordan, Peter Moffat Team for Racial Drama at AMC
'61st Street' is being developed under the cable network's script-to-series model.
How 'Big Little Lies' Season 2 Came Together: "There Was Enormous Demand"
Nicole Kidman and David E. Kelley explain the process of how HBO's limited series became a continuing one.