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As Late-Night Hosts Get Political, Audiences Get Divided

Democrats and Republicans split on political content on late night, but Jimmy Fallon is America’s favorite host

Most Adults Sour on Carlson’s Show After Hearing Radio Remarks

48% say they’re “much less likely” to watch Fox show, including a third of Republicans

Minute Media Buys The Big Lead, Says It’s Eyeing More Acquisitions

BroadwayHD Is Vying for Big Role on Crowded Streaming Stage

Theater audience sees potential, but media analysts wary that niche service can stand out in fragmented market

Most ‘Bachelor’ Viewers May Be in It for the Drama

Half say they tune in to reality dating shows to make fun of them

Most People Haven’t Stopped Listening to Michael Jackson’s Music After Documentary

Plurality of adults don’t believe they should boycott ‘King of Pop’ over allegations

Younger Consumers Are Most Likely to Subscribe to Disney+

But the majority of people likely to watch Disney’s ‘Captain Marvel’ don’t plan to wait until it’s streaming

Half of the Country Thinks Oscars Are Irrelevant

Most say Hollywood is out of touch with the public

‘American Idol’ Is Back for Its 17th Season, But People Like the Earlier Ones Better

55% of U.S. adults said they preferred the original version of ‘Idol;’ 9% prefer the revival that began airing in 2018

Whether It’s at the Oscars or With the Public, Female Directors Go Unrecognized

On average, poll respondents were 3 times more likely to say a man directed a film that was helmed by a woman