For those interested in television, TVLine is the go-to source for breaking news and exclusive content. Founded by Michael Ausiello, the site helps fans cut through the clutter and find the most reliable sources for the latest television news, spoilers, and deep dives into their favorite shows. It is a trusted source for dozens of media outlets including Yahoo News and Rolling Stone, so it’s important to keep up with the latest news on TV.
Michael Ausiello’s TVLine
TVLine is the latest venture from author and journalist Michael Ausiello. Known for writing about television, Ausiello was previously a senior writer at TV Guide and TVGuide.com. From 2008 to 2010, he also contributed to Entertainment Weekly. In 2010, he launched his own news site, TVLine.com, to offer fans a more in-depth look at the world of television. The site has more than a million monthly visitors.
Michael Ausiello, who founded TVLine, is also its editor in chief. His memoir, Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies, will be published by Simon & Schuster’s Atria imprint in July. It will focus on his 13-year relationship with Kit Cowan, who died in February 2015 after a year-long battle with neuroendocrine cancer. Despite growing up TV-obsessed, he quickly became a prominent reporter covering television shows.
Penske Media’s TVLine
Penske Media is a global media company with offices in eleven countries. Currently, the company owns TVLine, Deadline, and ENTV, among other publications. The company also owns the ‘For Your Consideration’ ad campaign, which reaches over one million readers each month. It is also a key player in the entertainment, beauty, and retail industries. It is not clear how much it is worth to advertisers, but it is worth noting that the media giant is still in the early stages of its growth.
Penske Media Corporation has a growing presence in live entertainment and recently announced plans for a three-day festival in Los Angeles, California, dubbed LA3C. LA3C stands for Los Angeles as Capital of Creativity and Culture. It has also recently purchased a stake in the South by Southwest festival, which will be held from Dec. 2-4. Variety is the leading show business magazine, but with a rapidly changing media landscape, Variety is also facing new challenges.
Its monthly feature
For television buffs, there’s a new addition to TVline’s lineup: a monthly guide to what’s streaming. With the addition of the What’s On Streaming feature, TVLine has expanded its offerings to include nearly 500 scripted series from broadcast, cable, and streaming services. But there’s more to fall into than just new shows. The list below includes a variety of genre staples for the coming months, and we’ll also cover the latest upcoming movies and television series.
The weekly feature is part of TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings, and comes in addition to the website’s monthly What’s On Streaming guide. This week, almost 500 scripted shows are airing on broadcast, cable, and streaming, so it is a great reminder to set your DVR or order a Season Pass. The weekly feature highlights new shows premiering this week, as well as those returning to TV after a hiatus.