kevin reilly | Give Me My Remote

In Case You Missed It…THE VOICE, SLEEPY HOLLOW, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, and More

June 1, 2014 by  
Filed under #1 featured, In Case You Missed It

Comments Off on In Case You Missed It…THE VOICE, SLEEPY HOLLOW, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, and More

GMMR in case you missed it featured

Were you too busy the past two weeks to keep up with everything that happened in TV news? Give Me My Remote‘s got you covered! We’re catching you up on anything exciting you might have missed here at GMMR!

This week on GMMR:

This week in previews:

This week in pictures:

This week in videos:

This week in news:

This week in recaps and discussions:

Fox Boss Kevin Reilly Stepping Down

May 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Fox

Comments Off on Fox Boss Kevin Reilly Stepping Down

Fox Broadcasting Company boss Kevin Reilly will leave the company by the end of June, he announced today.

Here’s what he and the network had to say about the matter…

Read more

Fox Boss Kevin Reilly on the Network’s Recently Canceled Shows

May 12, 2014 by  
Filed under Almost Human, Enlisted, Surviving Jack

There are a lot of exciting shows coming up next season for Fox, but the reality of the industry is that with all those new additions, a whole bunch of shows had to die.

On today’s conference call with reporters, Kevin Reilly, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX), was asked particularly about the decision to cancel ALMOST HUMAN and SURVIVING JACK, whose ratings were comparable (or better) than shows that were picked up. This is what Reilly said:

Read more

Fox Boss Kevin Reilly on GLEE’s Final Season

May 12, 2014 by  
Filed under Glee

Comments Off on Fox Boss Kevin Reilly on GLEE’s Final Season

GLEE will be heading into its final season next year, but when the fall Fox schedule was released, the series was MIA. But there is a bright side to waiting a bit for more GLEE: according to what Kevin Reilly, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX) told reporters on a conference call today, “When it comes back in the second half of the season…[they will] air all their episodes in a row.”

But how many episodes the final season will consist of is slightly up in the air.

Read more

In Case You Missed It…SLEEPY HOLLOW, THE FOLLOWING, BONES, and More!

January 26, 2014 by  
Filed under #1 featured, In Case You Missed It

Comments Off on In Case You Missed It…SLEEPY HOLLOW, THE FOLLOWING, BONES, and More!

GMMR in case you missed it featured

Were you too busy to keep up with everything that happened in TV news? Give Me My Remote‘s got you covered! We’re catching you up on anything exciting you might have missed here at GMMR!

This week on GMMR:

This week in previews:

This week in pictures:

This week in videos:

This week in news:

This week in recaps and discussions:

BACKSTROM: Kevin Reilly on Why This May be the Next ‘Great A-hole Protagonist for Fox’

January 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Backstrom

Comments Off on BACKSTROM: Kevin Reilly on Why This May be the Next ‘Great A-hole Protagonist for Fox’

BACKSTROM, the new Fox procedural that was picked up to series just last week, was a coup Fox Chairman of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, was happy to boast about while talking with reporters after his Press Tour session during the network’s TCA day.

“We had it last year, the season before, and the script didn’t come together [and then it went to CBS this past season],” Reilly explained. “Look, I think it’s [another] great…asshole protagonist for Fox. I think it’s a great, outrageous, unconventional character, with [series star] Rainn [Wilson] as the perfect kind of guy [for that].”

And in addition to the series bringing an, um, distinctive character to television, it will also allow Fox the chance to launch another procedural.

Read more

Fox at TCA: Kevin Reilly on the Future of BONES, ALMOST HUMAN, ENLISTED, and BROOKLYN NINE-NINE

fox-logo-featured

After Fox boss Kevin Reilly held his Press Tour exec session, he talked with reporters about a few issues that weren’t covered in the panel in depth…

Read more

Fox at TCA: Executive Session Live-Blog

January 13, 2014 by  
Filed under Fox

Kevin Reilly is about the hit the Press Tour stage to talk about all things Fox. Keep refreshing to find out the latest of what he has to say…

Read more

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: Fox Boss Kevin Reilly Says They’ll Keep the One-Episode a Week Format, Is Hopeful for Another Season

August 3, 2013 by  
Filed under So You Think You Can Dance

Comments Off on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: Fox Boss Kevin Reilly Says They’ll Keep the One-Episode a Week Format, Is Hopeful for Another Season

As SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE whittles down its contestant pool, getting as much time to showcase the talented dancers becomes more of a priority. But, unfortunately, the show will be sticking with its one-episode-a-week, performance/results show hybrid for the rest of the season.

“I think we’re going to play out the pattern,” Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, told reporters after his Television Critics Association session earlier this week. “We’re not going to add [episodes] to it. In fact, I think condensing the format has worked very well. It’s a great show. But I don’t think building out on it will help.”

However, the news seems a little bit better when I asked him about the prospect of the show returning for another season.

“Oh, I hope so,” he replied. “I expect so.”

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE airs Tuesdays at 8 PM on Fox.

Follow @GiveMeMyRemote and @marisaroffman on Twitter for the latest TV news. Connect with other TV fans on GIVE ME MY REMOTE’s official Facebook page.

And to be the first to see our exclusive videos by subscribing to our YouTube channel at youtube.com/givememyremotetv

Fox Boss Kevin Reilly Anticipates GLEE Season 6 Being the End

August 1, 2013 by  
Filed under Glee, Glee Spoilers

It seems the end of GLEE might already be in the works: while the show has received a two-season renewal, Fox Chairman of Entertainment told reporters after his Television Critics Association session he didn’t see the show continuing on after that.

“I would not anticipate it goes on,” Reilly told reporters when he was asked. “Never say never, but there’s two very clear arcs to get to there and conclude. If we discover a new crop of kids and there’s some breakout, who knows. But right now, it’s being treated as two seasons [and then done].”

Read more