PTC at Paley: Fall 2018 Preview Reviews

Written by PTC | Published September 15, 2018

PaleyFest Previews The Parents Television Council once again presents reviews of the new fall broadcast shows. The PTC is one again attending the annual PaleyFest to get the scoop on the new fall TV season. Starting today, we’ll have daily updates of this year’s broadcast network shows. Be sure to check out the PTC Watchdog blog, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter, for the latest updates! Each year, the Paley Center for Media hosts PaleyFest, a preview of some of the new fall shows on the broadcast networks (CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CW). PTC’s Christopher Gildemeister, Enrique Aguilar, and Brady Nelson will be on the scene, getting the latest buzz on the on upcoming TV season – giving YOU the lowdown on program content, and which new shows may be safe for you to watch with your family. Reviews on tap for this year are:
CW: Charmed (reboot), All-American NBC: I Feel Bad, Manifest, New Amsterdam ABC: The Kids Are Alright, The Rookie CBS: The Neighborhood, Happy Together, Magnum P.I. (reboot) Fox: The Cool Kids
About the Paley Center for Media The top executive at CBS radio, broadcast pioneer William S. Paley built CBS from a small radio network into a major force in American broadcasting. From establishing regular broadcasting schedules containing familiar styles of programming like dramas, Westerns, and situation comedies, to creating CBS News, Paley made CBS into America’s dominant radio and television network, a position it retained for decades. In 1975, Paley founded the Museum of Television & Radio to preserve and make available to the public great examples of broadcasting from the past. Today, with headquarters in both Los Angeles and New York, the renamed Paley Center for Media offers an archival collection of radio and television broadcasting; organizes symposia for scholars of media and retrospectives of past programming; and serves as a place where advertisers, “creatives,” and entertainment industry executives can meet and discuss the evolving media landscape. To learn more about the Paley Center for Media, click here.

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