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  • Bob Greenblatt Leads NBC Back to No. 1

    Two minutes before NBC's May 12 upfront presentation was scheduled to start, Bob Greenblatt ducked into Jimmy Fallon's dressing room for a quick pre-show hello. It was an instinctive move for Greenblatt. Producers like to keep a close eye on their...
  • TV ratings: 'Idol' and 'Survivor' finales duel; 'Modern Family' wins

    TV ratings: 'Idol' and 'Survivor' finales duel; 'Modern Family' wins
    It was a ratings battle between aging reality shows Wednesday night as Fox's wannabe pop stars took on CBS' marooned survivors.  The season finales of Fox's "American Idol" and CBS' "Survivor" went head-to-head Wednesday, and though the singing...
  • NBC Renews 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago PD' and 'Grimm' For Next Season

    There's no word yet on whether "Law & Order: SVU" will return for a 16th season, but Dick Wolf's two newest entries for NBC -- "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago PD" -- have been renewed for next season along with "Grimm," the network announced Wednesday. NBC,...
  • 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago PD' crossover revolves around terrorist attack on Chicago

    'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago PD' crossover revolves around terrorist attack on Chicago
    The Dick Wolf-produced NBC dramas "Chicago Fire” and “Chicago PD” will join forces for a two-part, crossover storyline this season revolving around a terrorist attack on Chicago. Wolf recently revealed the storyline was inspired by the...
  • TV ratings: CBS' 'Criminal Minds' beats Fox's 'American Idol'

    TV ratings: CBS' 'Criminal Minds' beats Fox's 'American Idol'
    FBI agents scored a victory over wannabe pop stars in Wednesday night's ratings, according to early numbers from Nielsen.  The CBS procedural drama "Criminal Minds" averaged 10.4-million viewers and a rating of 2.5 among the key 18-to-49-year-old...
  • Anne Sweeney Honored at Alliance for Children's Rights Fundraiser

    The Alliance for Children's Rights annual fundraiser benefit kicked off with a bang Monday night as students from the Virgil Middle School's drumline welcomed guests with a performance. After the presentations began, there wasn't a dry eye in the...
  • NBC renews 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago P.D.,' 'Grimm' for next season

    NBC renews 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago P.D.,' 'Grimm' for next season
    NBC's options next season became a little clearer on Wednesday, as the network gave early renewals to three more of its current dramas. The fantasy "Grimm" will return for Season 4, while two procedurals from producer Dick Wolf -- "Chicago Fire" and its...
  • What David Letterman Did That Will Never Be Done Again

    David Letterman's sign-off from CBS' "Late Show" next year will not only mark the end of an era in latenight, it will bring the curtain down on one of the most unique and lucrative deals ever crafted for a television star. From day one on CBS,...
  • TV ratings: 'American Idol' flat with top-8; 'SVU' jumps up

    TV ratings: 'American Idol' flat with top-8; 'SVU' jumps up
    Nineteen-eighties musical nostalgia on Fox couldn't beat CBS.   It was '80s night on "American Idol" as the remaining eight contestants performed classics of the bygone decade and the aging show's ratings changed little from last week, pulling in 8.8...
  • Fourteen Years Later, 'Survivor,' 'CSI' Still Going Strong For CBS

    CBS' "Survivor" and "CSI," two shows that have been on the air since 2000, won their hours in key demos Wednesday, a night on which ABC's "Modern Family" remained the top demo draw overall but its leadout "Mixology" fumbled away more than half of that...
  • State says revenue from movie and television filming nearly doubled in 2013

    State says revenue from movie and television filming nearly doubled in 2013
    The state won't have the official numbers crunched until this spring, but Gov. Pat Quinn's office is already touting an estimate of $358 million in TV and film revenues in 2013, a jump from 2012's $184 million. The estimated revenue (meaning, money...
  • Chicago sets new record for film, TV production in 2013

    Chicago sets new record for film, TV production in 2013
    The number of film and television projects filmed in Chicago, jumped 20 percent in 2013 to 2,198 filming days, according to the Chicago Film office. City officials said it was a new record high, trumping 2012's 1,808 days. The filming hours include six...