It’s really good to be CBS, writes the Vulture’s Josef Adalian, despite having an older audience and a seeming inability to create successful single-camera comedies. Everything else pretty much works
In a nutshell: There’s just no way to call the 2012-13 season a good one for the Peacock, nor would it be wise to ignore the many obstacles blocking the network from a return
While wasting a lot of money this season on shows that went no where (such as 666 Park Avenue), Scandal has given ABC its biggest watercooler hit in years. Is that enough to turn
The crash of American Idol reveals the hidden programming deficits plaguing the once-upstart network, says the Vulture’s Josef Adalian.