It's been several years since we've had a Television Critics Association press tour session with Les Moonves, but with Nina Tassler unexpectedly called out of town CBS Corp's president and CEO is taking the dais on Monday morning.
Last time we met with NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt, he was celebrating a relatively successful fall and telling us that the first season of "Smash" was "an unqualified success."
Let's see how Greenblatt handles questions on Saturday (July 27) morning...
It's time for my first Television Critics Association press tour live-blog of Summer 2013.
We've got an HBO executive session with Richard Plepler, CEO, and Michael Lombardo, President, HBO Programming.
And as always, feel free to e-mail us questions for the podcast.
That FX's "Sons of Anarchy" has now established a tradition of being the final entertainment panel of San Diego Comic-Con is one of the funniest developments in the recent history of this event.
But here we are again, celebrating SAMCRO and Kurt Sutter on Comic-Con Sunday and, once again, we'll doing it in Hall H.
Whee! Let's find out what's in store for Jax and company this fall!
This is an odd one. In terms of pure ratings, CBS' "Under the Dome" is certainly one of the most watched TV shows to hit Comic-Con this year. And yet here it is, squished into a mid-sized ballroom on the last afternoon of Comic-Con when everybody is either scurrying around on the floor looking for bargains or else celebrating the return of Dan Harmon to "Community" over in Hall H.
Let's see if there's any enthusiasm at all from the Comic-Con faithful for CBS' summer smash.
I always find it hard to write about "Arrow," because I never remember if Stephen Amell spells his name with one "m" and two "l's" or if it's two "m's" and one "l." I've always had the same problem with Steve Carell. I can't explain it.
So... On to "Arrow."