Archive for the ‘Destination America’ Category

‘Supergirl’ Is Not Invincible: This Week’s TV Blogs

November 20, 2015
This week's MediaPost TV blogs.

This week’s MediaPost TV blogs.

By ADAM BUCKMAN

NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2015 — From “Supergirl” to Johnny Carson, this week’s TV blogs were an illustration of the constant variety of subjects available to a TV columnist.

Also covered: The arrival of a quality new show, “Chicago Med” on NBC, and the cancellation of one of the worst shows in recent memory, “Wicked City” on ABC. And, about that televised 500-mile train trip on Thanksgiving …

Read all five of my MediaPost TV blogs from the past week, with these links:

Monday, Nov. 16: Great Caesar’s Ghost! ‘Supergirl’ Has Lost A Third Of Its Audience

Tuesday, Nov. 17: El Of A Premiere: ‘Chicago Med’ Charges Out Of The Starting Gate

Wednesday, Nov. 18: Anatomy Of A Cancellation: Hunk Of Junk Deserved To Go

Thursday, Nov. 19: In New Publicity Approach, Cable Net Touts Show As ‘Snoozefest’

Friday, Nov. 20: Classic Carson Shows Are Coming Back, But Will Anybody Watch?

Contact Adam Buckman: adambuckman14@gmail.com

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Focus On Fall: This Week’s MediaPost TV Blogs

October 30, 2015
This week's MediaPost blogs. Read them all below.

This week’s MediaPost blogs. Read them all below.

NEW YORK, Oct. 30, 2015 — The new fall season was the focus of three of this week’s MediaPost TV blogs Monday through Wednesday. Then came a consideration of a live-exorcism special planned for Friday on Discovery-owned Destination America, followed by a look at a new National Geographic Channel series about breakthroughs in science and technology.

Follow the links, below:

Monday, Oct. 26: Two More New Shows This Week Won’t Brighten Dull Fall Season

Tuesday, Oct. 27: ABC Mines Lifestyles Of Decades Past For Modern-Day Shows

Wednesday, Oct. 28: Full-Season Order’ Scorecard: These Shows Are Sticking Around For Awhile

Thursday, Oct. 29: Discovery’s ‘Exorcism: Live!’: The Devil Is In The Details

Friday, Oct. 30: Breakthroughs In Science Are Explored In GE, NatGeo Co-Production

— Adam Buckman

Contact Adam Buckman: adambuckman14@gmail.com


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