Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48 and Grace vs. Abrams, which will both examine legal cases, are set to premiere in March.
NEW YORK (AP) — A&E network is set to air a documentary series focused on the Ku Klux Klan. Announced Monday, “Generation KKK” aims to expose the missions of this racist, anti-Semitic organization and show its impact on American families as Klan members grapple with the consequences of breaking free. Throughout eight one-hour episodes, the […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The “Duck Dynasty” family says its A&E series will end after this season. Their announcement was paired with Wednesday’s debut episode of the show’s 11th season. “Duck Dynasty,” one of reality TV’s biggest hits, starred a successful Louisiana duck call-making family, the Robertsons. They told viewers it was a family decision […]
Ad time on A&E was down 10% during the second quarter, while AMC Networks was down 7.4%, Time Warner networks were down 5% and Viacom outlets trimmed 3%, according to Bernstein Research, in its analysis of TiVo Research & Analytics data.
NEW YORK (AP) — Nielsen says 5.3 million viewers watched the multi-network debut of “Roots” on Memorial Day, making it the most-watched scripted miniseries premiere on cable television since 2013 when “Bonnie & Clyde” aired on A+E. The premiere airing of “Roots” was carried on History, Lifetime, A+E and LMN. According to Nielsen Fast National […]
The A&E reality show Married at First Sight — which weds strangers — is trying to use a shield law reserved for journalists to quash a subpoena by a Queens woman who went on the cable program then allegedly received death threats from her random groom.
Sling TV says it will add four channels from A+E Networks — A&E, History, H2 and Lifetime — to its “Best of Live TV” core package by the end of this month. The package will keep its current $20 monthly price tag.
Paul Buccieri is exiting his post as head of ITV Studios U.S. to join A+E Networks in a new role overseeing A&E Network and History.
NEW YORK (AP) – Nielsen says “Duck Dynasty” drew 8.5 million viewers for its fifth-season premiere. That audience was slightly higher than for October’s fourth-season finale of the A&E reality show. But last summer, 12 million viewers caught the fourth-season premiere. Set in Louisiana bayou country, “Duck Dynasty” follows a family that manufactures duck calls […]
Phil Robertson’s religious beliefs are of no interest to me or to a great many other Americans, I should think. I have no idea why GQ magazine, which is aimed at fashionable men, took an interest in a scruffy guy with a beard. Now, however, the host of A&E’s Duck Dynasty has become a rallying point for those who oppose the aims of GLAAD, after the civil rights group called attention to his anti-gay remarks in the magazine. Great. That’s just what gay rights need, a popular spokesman for homophobia. If GLAAD had not called attention to Robertson’s GQ interview, it probably would have got all the attention it deserves, which is to say almost none.