SYTYCD Season 17 Cancelled at Fox Due to 'COVID-19 Restrictions'
The COVID-19 pandemic has tripped up So You Think You Can Dance. Fox announced late Thursday that Season 17 of the competition series — originally slated to air this summer — has been scrapped. READ MORE
Bold and the Beautiful Is First U.S. Series to Resume Production Following Three-Month COVID-19 Hiatus
The Bold and the Beautiful will resume physical production this Wednesday (June 17), TVLine has confirmed. The CBS soap will be the first scripted series on U.S. soil to get back up and running following Hollywood’s three-month, coronavirus-imposed shutdown. READ MORE
2021 Oscars Delayed Two Months, to Late April — Eligibility Period Extended Through February
And the winner is… going to have to wait longer to find out, at the next Oscars.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted on Monday to postpone the 2021 Academy Awards ceremony READ MORE
TV's Back-to-Work Plan Takes Shape: L.A. Sets Rules for Pandemic-Era Love Scenes, Studio Audiences and More
Three months after the coronavirus outbreak forced TV and film productions to abruptly shut down, we are starting to get a sense of how they will, as safely as possible, start back up. READ MORE
MTV Movie & TV Awards Postponed Indefinitely Amid Coronavirus Concerns
MTV won’t be serving any golden popcorn this summer: The network’s annual Movie & TV Awards, which were expected to air later this month, have been postponed indefinitely due to coronavirus concerns. READ MORE
TV's Unaired Season Finales: What Would Have Happened on Riverdale, Grey's, NCIS, Superstore and More
As it always does in May, the regular TV season is drawing to a close… but it’s happening a little differently this year.
By now, you’re probably all too aware of the impact READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Penske Media Corporation Launches 'Hail the Heroes' Initiative With Team Rubicon to Thank Frontline Workers and Raise Funds for COVID-19 Relief
TVLine and our parent company Penske Media Corporation have launched Hail the Heroes, a thank you initiative to raise funds for Team Rubicon and their efforts around the COVID-19 crisis. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
25+ Spring/Summer TV Schedule Changes: Which Premieres Are Postponed? What's Arriving Early?
Summer has always been the quietest TV season — but when a global pandemic presses “pause” on production, the pickings get extra slim.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact the television industry, networks have been actively adjusting READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
The Blacklist's Makeshift Finale to Mix Animation With Live-Action Scenes
Raymond Reddington has always been an animated guy — but The Blacklist is about to take that literally.
The drama’s makeshift Season 7 finale (airing Friday, May 15 at 8/7c) will include scenes with graphic novel-style animation READ MORE