Diversity and Digital at 2015 TCA's; The Future of Fox

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Coming to you from the home of the winter TCA gathering, we take a look at big news out of the conference so far. Last year at this time, ABC looked like they might be in trouble, but their investment in diversity on their shows has really paid off. And cable network AMC has a big year ahead as they say goodbye to Mad Men, and hello to Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul.

We also take a minute to reflect on this year's Golden Globes winners in the TV categories. Amazon's Transparent and Showtime's The Affair both had big nights, while HBO's True Detective got totally snubbed, to the surprise of many. And newcomer Gina Rodriguez was recognized for her role in the CW's Jane the Virgin. Do the results actually say anything about the direction the industry is heading, or are all bets off when it comes to the Globes?

Then we zero in on one network that's seen a lot of change over the past year. Fox has new leadership and their vision for the network is starting to become clear. The network is off to a strong start in 2015 with their hip-hop soap opera Empire.

Finally we go around the horn for our Download segment and share the stories or shows that are top of mind this month.


End of show Downloads:

Joe: The suspenseful FX drama The Americans is coming back for a third season. You can catch up on the first two on Amazon Prime.

Lacey: Amazon woos Woody Allen. The director known mostly for his film work will try his hand at an original TV series on Amazon.

Mike: Keep an eye out for the Over The Top revolution. Digital, streaming and OTT services will be the topic of the year as networks continue to adapt to audiences who get more and more of their content online.