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Chuck Ross

Chuck Ross is the managing director of TVWeek.com. He's been involved in the TV business ever since he sold cable TV subscriptions in Santa Monica, Calif., door-to-door in the mid-to-late 1970s. He's had regular gigs reporting and/or editing about TV and advertising for Cablevision magazine,The Hollywood Reporter, the San Francisco Chronicle, Inside Media and Advertising Age. He first joined the predecessor to TVWeek, Electronic Media, in 2000.

Netflix Announces Three New Originals From India

Netflix today announced a slate of three new Indian original series, which will join a larger slate of original productions out of India that includes “Sacred Games,” “Selection Day” and “Bard of Blood.” The new shows are “Leila,” “Ghoul” and…

Performers Announced for Upcoming Oscars — Now We Know Who Will Sing What

The 90th Oscars are coming up in a little more than a week, and today ABC, which will broadcast the ceremony on Sunday, March 4, announced the lineup of performers. Gael García Bernal, Mary J. Blige, Andra Day, Natalia Lafourcade,…

Disney Channel Renews Series, Greenlights Two New Ones

Disney Channel announced a number of programming moves today, including renewing its Annie Award-nominated series “Star vs. The Forces of Evil” for a fourth season. The show comes from creator Daron Nefcy. The channel also greenlighted the new shows “Amphibia”…

Older Demos Dare Not Look: New Featurette Goes Behind the Scenes of ‘Everything Sucks!’

In a featurette released this week, the young cast members of “Everything Sucks!” use handheld cameras to take viewers behind the scenes of the Netflix series. The series focuses on the ’90s, which apparently seems like a long time ago…

90th Oscars Performers Announced

Press release from ABC, Feb. 23, 2018: Gael García Bernal, Mary J. Blige, Andra Day, Natalia Lafourcade, Miguel, Keala Settle, Sufjan Stevens and Oscar winner Common will perform this year’s nominated songs at the 90th Oscars ceremony, show producers Michael…

Disney Channel Greenlights ‘Amphibia’ and ‘The Owl House’

Press release from Disney Channel, Feb. 23, 2018: Disney Channel has ordered two original animated series – “Amphibia,” from Annie Award-winning director Matt Braly (Disney’s “Gravity Falls”), and “The Owl House,” from Dana Terrace, one of Variety’s “10 Animators to…

NBC’s Olympics Coverage Sinks to Another Milestone

Even on a night when the U.S. women’s hockey team delivered a thrilling shootout win over Canada to claim the gold medal — an event carried in late-night on NBCSN — NBC’s prime-time Olympics coverage had another bad night. Deadline…

Trailer Released for New Sandra Oh Thriller

The trailer was released today for the upcoming thriller starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, airing on BBC America. You can watch the clip for “Killing Eve” below. “Two women, a psychopathic assassin and a brilliant MI6 agent. Both tasked…

Comedy Central Series Renewed

A Comedy Central series has picked up a renewal for a sixth season. According to media reports, “Drunk History” received an order for a 16-episode season. Based on a Funny or Die Web series, the show is created by Derek…

CBS Signs ‘Sense8’ Actor for Lead in High-Profile Reboot

The CBS Network just locked in the leading man for a high-profile project, tapping “Sense8” star Brian J. Smith for its reboot of the 1997 feature “L.A. Confidential,” The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports. Smith will play Det. Ed Exley,…