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.
The evening of June 11, 2002, was the debut of Fox’s American Idol, the singing competition that would go on to dominate and change television.
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.
The company that was founded by American Idol creator Simon Fuller is now bankrupt and suing one of the show’s winners for more than $5 million.
What the creator of Pop Idol and American Idol said in a recent interview offers some insight into Ryan Seacrest’s final two words on the Fox series.
Some thoughts about how I have no more thoughts to add about American Idol on the even of its finale. How excited are you to read that?
While American Idol used to be capable of unscripted surprise, the show itself offers very little of that any more. (For sure, the final season will attempt some, and perhaps succeed.) If anything, though, that’s the story of the what the show has become: it has failed to refresh itself and instead withered into stagnation, even despite the changes in its judging panel.
But here are four things I learned this week about the show that genuinely surprised me.
American Idol is finally making a change in its last season that, had it been made earlier, could conceivably have helped the show last longer: cutting the season by more than a month.
Fox Television chairs and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman talked with TV critics this morning at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. They talked about the network’s reality TV, including American Idol and Knock Knock Live. Inspired by this brief Twitter exchange with USA TODAY critic Robert Bianco, here are some things they… continue reading
American Idol has been cancelled and will air just one more season in the U.S., but that didn’t stop its parent company from threatening a Brooklyn charity event that uses the word “Idol” in its title. Yes, Brooklyn Senior Idol–which reports say raises money for the AARP and a high school band–received a cease and… continue reading