You've seen the photo galleries, you've seen the reviews (which, I'm excited to find, are all looking positive!), and now, just a few hours short of the series premiere, The Morton Report brings you a sneak peek at the new series taking flight tonight.
n this age of iPhone, iPads, and Android devices it is no longer possible for a network to promote their shows by simply airing teasers during commercial breaks. These days it's get busy, get creative, or get gone.
To promote the show, Ford, Expedition's sponsor, has put forth a unique challenge. On Thursday, June 23, New York's Times Square Military Island will be transformed into a makeshift desert, complete with sand dunes, and offer passersby various physical activities promoting team competition. If you're up for it, you can experience a scaled down version of the challenges given to Expedition's competitors in this Expedition Impossible interactive event.
To attract viewers tired of the political ballyhoo which seems to be everywhere, ABC's Nightline will be launching their "Nightline Prime" summer series, which will air for thirteen weeks beginning in June.
Katie Couric, the television journalist who hosted NBC's The Today Show for fifteen years before becoming the first solo female anchor for the CBS Evening News , recently left her anchor position and is now free of her obligations to both networks. An obvious question for someone who takes leave of such a high profile position is "what's next?"