By ADAM BUCKMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2016 — This week’s MediaPost TV blogs were truly representative of the wide world of TV — stretching from Rio de Janeiro (the Olympics) to the U.K. (“Inspector Lewis”) and back to the USA (Comedy Central’s late-night woes, new research about prime-time TV, and John McLaughlin, who died this week at age 89).
Read all five of my MediaPost TV blogs from the past week with these links:
Monday, Aug. 15: NBC’s Olympic Ratings: Down Or Just Moved To Other Platforms?
Tuesday, Aug. 16: ‘Inspector Lewis’ Finale Raises Question About British TV ‘Golden Age’
Wednesday, Aug. 17: Tough Acts To Follow: Comedy Central Struggles Without Stewart, Colbert
Thursday, Aug. 18: Innovative Magid Research Finds Most-Valued And Least-Valued TV Shows
Friday, Aug. 19: A John McLaughlin Memory That’s So Old, It’s On VHS
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