Welcome to the 24th edition of Harmelin Media’s annual TV preview. Our 23 previous editions focused on advertising-supported networks (and more recently, Hulu). This year, due to the dramatically changing landscape of video content providers, we have included additional streaming services that are ad-supported, such as YouTube and CBS All Access, and those that are […]
Welcome to the 23rd edition of Harmelin Media’s annual TV preview. This past 2017-18 season, the networks renewed 18 of their new shows which is the same number as the previous two years. This coming season, the networks will premiere 18 new shows in the fall (ten dramas, eight comedies). Additionally, there are more than 19 […]
Welcome to the 22nd edition of the Harmelin Media Report’s new TV season review.
Last season (2016-17), the broadcast networks renewed eighteen of their new shows, which is the same number as the previous year.
Welcome to the 21st edition of the Harmelin Media Report’s new TV season review. For the 2015-16 season which just ended in the spring, the networks renewed more shows than the prior year — eighteen new shows were renewed compared to fourteen in the 2014-15 season. This coming season, the networks will premiere 20 new shows in the fall (13 dramas and 7 comedies). Additionally, there are more than 23 shows premiering in mid-season.
Welcome to the 20th edition of The Harmelin Media Report’s new fall TV season review.
In this upcoming season, the broadcast networks have renewed fourteen of 2014-15’s new shows, compared to thirteen of 2013-14’s new shows which made it to their sophomore season this past season and 20 returning shows two season ago.
(Editor’s note: This is the first blog in our Fall Preview series that highlights the good, the bad, and the brilliant in the upcoming 2014 Fall television season. All four major networks, as well as the CW and the cable networks will be featured throughout the series. Click the links to view previews of these […]