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By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

It’s official: The Television Critics Association’s 2013 winter tour ended Wednesday with a studio day, closing out two weeks of TV coverage from all the major networks, both cable and broadcast. Carson wraps up ScottFeinberg.com’s coverage of the tour.


The 2013 Television Critics Association kicked off Jan. 1. This is the first of two yearly tours the TCA hosts, bringing network executives, showrunners and actors face-to-face with entertainment journalists. Essentially, this is the time to flaunt what you’ve got. Big news can come out of these events, and PBS was the last network to present. Here’s its big news:


1. Downton Abbey U.S. scheduling remains stagnant

There has been much concern about the time lapse between the airing of hit Downton Abbey in the United Kingdom and in the United States, but Paula Kerger, PBS president and CEO, says that fans »

- Carson Blackwelder

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