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We still don’t know a great deal about ABC’s plans to bring back American Idol, but at least we now know who the host will be. Ryan Seacrest, who hosted the show throughout its record-breaking run of dominance, announced yesterday that he will be hosting the ABC reboot.Read More
The Television Academy announced the 2017 Emmy Awards nominees yesterday and the Walt Disney Company was more than represented across a number of categories. Disney’s media networks, including ABC, ESPN and the various Disney channels, earned 52 nominations lead by ABC’s Dancing with the Stars (7 nominations) and The Oscars (6) and ESPN’s O.J.: Made in America (6).
Some pretty significant changes are coming to Once Upon a Time Season 7. Here are the details about who is in, out and staying put…
It was announced recently that the Disney/ABC Television Group was named “Company of Distinction” for 2017 at the Banff World Media Festival. The award was giving to the brand in recognition of their “outstanding creativity and storytelling.”
Disney-Owned ABC has announced that this year’s NBA Finals were the most-watched since 1998. Find out more..
It was just announced that Disney will air Ariana Grande’s massive “One Love Manchester” concert on Sunday. Here are the details…
ESPN has announced that a staple of 1970’s & 80’s TV is returning this summer. Battle of the Network Stars will be returning for 10 episodes
The audition weeks for American Idol will be filmed in Walt Disney World Resort with the potential for some auditions to take place at its cross-country sister park Disneyland.
Disney/ABC has announced that their hit 2013 animated film Frozen will be coming to network TV next month. Here are the details.
Hulu has reached an agreement with Disney to bring Disney, ABC and ESPN TV content to their new “skinny bundle” product. Here is what we know…
Updated for April 2017. Here are all of the Disney TV facts and statistics you need to know including subscribers, Channels and more…
ABC television announced today the cancellation of two shows for Disney-owned properties. “The Muppet” will not return for a second season and Marvel’s “Agent Carter” will not be renewed for season three.
This is the third time Disney Night has appeared on “Dancing With the Stars” during the show’s 22 seasons. Here is what you need to know.