Television Critics Association

CBS Under Fire for All-White Fall TV Shows

CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller was repeatedly forced to defend his network from reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills Wednesday over the network’s lack of racial diversity in its primetime programming.


‘Spiderman’ Actor Donald Glover: ‘Thank God, One Day Trump is Gonna Die’

Actor-rapper-comedian Donald Glover made a reference to the death of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump while fielding questions from reporters Tuesday about his departure from the television series Community, saying that creative content should have “death clauses” like human beings do.


HBO Defends Robot Rape and Sexual Violence in ‘Westworld’

HBO programming president Casey Bloys and Westworld executive producer Lisa Joy fielded multiple questions about the portrayal of rape and sexual assault on the network’s programs during the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, after critics screened the first two episodes of the upcoming Anthony Hopkins-starring sci-fi series.


CBS: New Nancy Drew Can Be ‘Any Ethnicity’ Except White

CBS Entertainment’s reboot of the classic series Nancy Drew will feature a “diverse” actress in the lead role, an executive for the network said Thursday. CBS is reportedly not considering white actresses for the part.