With a milestone 10th season launching in September and a 10th Emmy added to its credit this past April, Sony Pictures Television's The Dr. Oz Show stands out as one of TV's most popular and enduring programs. In his quest to bring medical information and valuable advice to his audience, the show's host Dr. Mehmet Oz says he still has plenty of compelling stories to tell. Sony is clearly thrilled with the ongoing success of Dr. Oz and its engaging star, having just completed deals with Fox' and Hearst's station groups for Seasons 11 and 12.
Pasadena, CA – The Winter 2018 Television Critics Association tour is turning into quite the stream show, with first-class presentations from Hulu, YouTube, Sundance Now, BritBox, Acorn TV and Crackle all merging into the cable days of this marathon event. The only streamers in absentia are CBS All Access (which put on a strong presentation at the Summer 2017 tour and will certainly do so again), Amazon and Netflix. Other non-broadcast and cable services in the schedule include AT&T Audience and Snap.
Despite my being largely absent, the ‘80s is a decade that still managed to be pretty lit. It was a simpler time during which there was no web to surf, nothing to blog or tweet, and no smartphones to constantly stare into. As a young buck living through what’s probably the coolest decade to date, you really only had two things -- your friends and your family -- and whether one knew it or not, the latter was everything. This is the nostalgia-filled bedrock that ABC’s The Goldbergs was built on, and I must say that with its 100th episode airing next week, it doesn’t just hold up – it kills. Based on showrunner Adam F. Goldberg’s actual childhood, The Goldbergs is a relentlessly funny and endlessly relatable exploration of an average American family navigating its way through one of the most iconic and influential decades the world has ever experienced. As far as sitcoms and TV families go, The Goldbergs is the new gold standard.