Thursday, December 28, 2017

2017 Recaps

Some pieces looking back on 2017: Eric Deggans says 2017 was a good year for women in TV, and Caroline Framke notes it was an especially good year for stories of queer women coming out.

John Hugar looks back on the year in late-night comedy. Dawn C. Chmielewski identifies the most in-demand showrunners of the year. And Robert Channick says 2017 is the year cord-cutting and streaming went mainstream. 2017 also set another new record for volume of scripted content.

Slate's TV Club discussed the year across numerous posts.

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