The clock hasn't run out yet on NBC's late summer live game show experiment Million Second Quiz. Beyond some early technical hiccups and mild ratings, Peacock network execs remain enthusiastic for the show.
Paul Telegdy, NBC Entertainment president of alternative and late night programming, admits to TV Guide Magazine that the show's ratings have so far been softer than he would have liked, but that he still is banking on audience growth by the end of the show's 10-day run.
Million Second Quiz had a highly publicized launch on Monday night — but not for the reasons NBC probably hoped.
The live game show, which incorporates an app where viewers at home can participate and vie for a spot on the show, was stymied when its app actually crashed mid-way through the premiere. Host Ryan Seacrest addressed the snafu...
G4 viewers can breathe a sigh of relief.
The cable channel is staying alive in a surprise decision made by NBC Universal to launch its new cable network, Esquire, on Style network instead of G4, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Style, which is...
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
At long last, Fox has confirmed the judges panel for American Idol's upcoming 13th season — which, as previously reported, will consist of Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and newcomer Harry Connick Jr.
Next up for Ryan Seacrest: a reality dating show.
The host of American Idol and NBC's upcoming Million Second Quiz is producing a new series called Dream Date for Fox, Deadline reports.