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This week, the broadcast networks finish the annual upfronts, the process by which networks try to woo advertisers with bright and shiny objects called "New Fall Shows." In the process, a lot of shows have fallen by the wayside.
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The one with the most hype behind it out of the gate is Agents Of SHIELD clearly, but there are several others as well that intrigue me enough that I know already that I'll be checking them out at least once.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch may be known as a shark in his business dealings, but TV viewers owe him a big round of thanks for orchestrating the return of Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer to his Fox network.
Ah, the excitement of Upfronts Week is upon us again - that time of year when the major US networks announce their new schedules , reveal their slate of new pickups, and announce which existing shows have been cancelled or renewed.
I remember watching the opening minutes of this show years ago and thinking it looked ridiculous.
Basically all of your favorite FOX celebs hit the red carpet last night as the television station announced all its plans for the upcoming television season.
Our roundup of the day's media stories, including the BBC wins 20 Sony radio awards and AP phone records seized in the US If you are viewing this on the web and would like to get our email every morning, please click here BBC takes 20 prizes at Sony radio awards John Humphrys scooped radio journalism of the year award and Radio 5 Live took top ... (more)
Fox announced its new fall and midseason schedules Monday in New York City. The totals: Five new comedies, four new dramas, one Jack Bauer.
It was another busy weekend at the box office. Tony Stark's superpowers lifted blockbuster "Iron Man 3" back to the top of the North American movie charts, taking in 72.5 million dollars.
Perhaps the biggest news out of TV upfront week so far is Fox's decision to give Jack Bauer the zombie treatment with a 12-episode, time-skipping "limited series" return next summer.
Emmy-winning television thriller "24" will return in the summer 2014 with its lead star, Kiefer Sutherland, after a four-year hiatus, Fox network said on Monday.
The Kardashians are reportedly growing worried about rapper Kanye West's hatred of the paparazzi and his treatment of girlfriend Kim Kardashian.
In this Monday, Sept. 24, 2007 file photo, actor Kiefer Sutherland arrives at the Fox Fall Eco-Casino party in Los Angeles.
FOX today announced that it will bringing eleven new series to the table next fall, along with the return of Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in the hit series " 24 " for a limited run in the summer of 2014.
The Fox network announced a new lineup on Monday that features shows from heavyweight producers J.J. Abrams, Seth MacFarlane and M. Night Shyamalan, along with a revival of the adrenaline-charged hit "24,"and a drama starring Greg Kinnear.