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Nielsen Says 35 Million People Watched Trump Speech

Nielsen Says 35 Million People Watched Trump Speech

Jan 10
An estimated 35.3 million people saw President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders speak to the nation on border security and the partial government shutdown.

Watch: 'Grace and Frankie' Season 5 Gets New Trailer, Featuring RuPaul

Watch: 'Grace and Frankie' Season 5 Gets New Trailer, Featuring RuPaul

Jan 9
Netflix has dropped the first look at the fifth season of "Grace and Frankie," which will feature RuPaul.

Fox's 'Masked Singer' Draws a Strong Audience for Debut

Fox's 'Masked Singer' Draws a Strong Audience for Debut

By David Bauder | Jan 9
Fox hoped to use a week when there wasn't much else on broadcast television besides football to draw attention to its new competition "The Masked Singer." The strategy proved sound.

Facing Pressure, Networks Fact-Check Trump Speech

Facing Pressure, Networks Fact-Check Trump Speech

By David Bauder | Jan 9
Television pundits moved swiftly to correct or challenge President Donald Trump following Tuesday's Oval Office speech on the proposed border wall, after their networks were the target of an unusual debate over whether they should show him at all.

Netflix's 'Sex Education' Is A Trans-Atlantic Love Letter

Netflix's 'Sex Education' Is A Trans-Atlantic Love Letter

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 9
Among the bumper crop of original series debuting this month on Netflix is one that's both a time warp and a trans-Atlantic hug. It's called "Sex Education" and it's like a classic John Hughes high school comedy.

 Review :: Castle Rock - The Complete First Season

Review :: Castle Rock - The Complete First Season

By JC Alvarez | Jan 8
An incredible star cast is featured in "Castle Rock" The Complete First Season available now on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and Digital HD inspired by the worlds of literally giant Stephen King.

Top Court Won't Hear de Havilland's Case About 'Feud'

Top Court Won't Hear de Havilland's Case About 'Feud'

Jan 8
The Supreme Court is declining to revive a lawsuit by Olivia de Havilland over the FX Networks miniseries "Feud: Bette and Joan," which centered on the rivalry between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.

Ratings Dip to 18.6M for Golden Globes Despite NFL Lead-In

Ratings Dip to 18.6M for Golden Globes Despite NFL Lead-In

By Jake Coyle | Jan 8
Preliminary figures from Nielsen show that Sunday night's Golden Globes were watched by 18.6 million viewers, a slight drop from the 19.1 million that tuned in last year.

Watch: FX Shares First 'Fosse / Verdon' Trailer

Watch: FX Shares First 'Fosse / Verdon' Trailer

Jan 7
During the 71st Golden Globes, FX dropped a teaser trailer for "Fosse/Verdon," a limited series about famed choreographer and director Bob Fosse and his wife, Broadway star Gwen Verdon.

After a Tame Globes, is a Less-Charged Awards Season Ahead?

After a Tame Globes, is a Less-Charged Awards Season Ahead?

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 7
The Golden Globe Awards looked like it had gone entirely back to frothy, bubbly business as usual, until Regina King did the impossible: She got the orchestra to stop playing her off. Not even Lady Gaga had that much power.

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