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
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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.
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.
A report says that ABC’s reboot of American Idol is in trouble for several different reasons, starting with the fact that its creator is not involved.
ABC’s reboot of American Idol is going The Voice route, casting an A-list singer as its first judge. I wish it’d go back to its roots instead. Here’s why.
It’s official: ABC has acquired American Idol from its production companies, and the show will return in 2018. No hosts or judges were announced today.
Will ABC buy American Idol? Will Ryan Seacrest return to host? Reports and rumors are increasing as networks’ upfront presentations get closer.
American Idol has been off the air less than one year, and already there is talk that NBC might buy and reboot the show. Let’s look at reasons why they’d do that.