SAN FRANCISCO — Netflix is raising the price for its most popular U.S. video streaming plan by 10 percent— a move that could boost its profits but slow the subscriber growth that drives its stock price.
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump never won an Emmy, it's true. But his presence was felt at this year's television awards ceremony more than any actor, writer or producer.
TV is the perfect escape, and boy, do we need to after that anxiety-ridden storm week. And Sunday's Emmys will honor the best distractions we have.
You're never going to be able to watch everything. That's a fact. We're spinning through a never, never-ending cycle of new TV, and network execs still bank on the fall season to unleash most of their new stuff.
To reflect the overabundance of television choices, below you'll find the series premiere dates from the five major networks — ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW — and more.
These three new dramas suggest a trend in pro-military TV. With the current political climate, TV execs think it's time for the true heroes — with beards — to step up and get the bad guys.
Fall TV continues to bank on leading men to give us laughs. Spoiler: Not all of them do.
As you can see, there aren't as many funny leading ladies out there. However, we'll be tuning in for all of these.
Another season, and TV execs are still relying on old ideas. However, most, if not all, of these are intriguing enough to get our attention for at least a few episodes.
Crime stories are the true American TV backbone, and this season is filled with plenty of new takes on the classic genre.