American Idol 16 ended with the right winner and a winning finale. Except for that imposter frog pretending to be Kermit.
A review of ABC’s American Idol, which continually revealed itself to be more than I expected—and became worth watching again.
Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan will all return to American Idol for its second ABC second season, which will be the 17th season of the show.
Just a month remains in ABC’s first American Idol season, which will do something no other show has: allow viewers across the U.S. to all watch and vote at the same time.
American Idol’s contestants sang duets with well-known singers, and it was great television.
A survey found that Lionel Richie has the highest favorability ratings, and that roughly 70 percent of those who were planning to watch American Idol missed the show since it was cancelled by Fox.
Idol lost about two million viewers between Sunday and Monday.
ABC’s American Idol has a strong, protective, and playful judging panel, but has not lost its mean streak.
ABC’s new American Idol cast and producers appeared in front of the press Monday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, and they offered some insight into this season’s logistics and their chemistry together. What they didn’t give me, however, was a reason to care. The new judges have some chemistry, and feel like an… continue reading
American Idol doesn’t return until March, but voting will start this Sunday, as ABC is smartly using the American Music Awards and Dancing with the Stars to promote its investment in Idol.
Shark Tank was move from Fridays and used as a magnet to draw reality viewers to Sunday nights, and now we know why: American Idol will take over the show’s Sunday timeslot in March.
Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie join Katy Perry as judges on ABC’s revival of American Idol.
Fox lost the revival of American Idol to ABC, but offered an extremely detailed description about why they cancelled it last year and let it go now.
ABC announced the inevitable today: Ryan Seacrest is returning to host the new American Idol, which seems like it’ll be a lot like the old American Idol.
Reality TV casting producer Doron Ofir talks about his role in casting ABC’s reboot of American Idol, which will start touring the country in August.