TV Upfronts 2018: The best and worst of broadcast's big week
Facebook spoofs, awkward celebrities and late-night banterthe upfronts were, if nothing else, a reminder that despite the uncertainties surrounding the industry, TV can still entertain.
There were fewer tear-the-house-down musical performances than in years past and no one wore a light-up dress spelling out "your ad here." But there was some designer fashion, and even amid highly distracting court battles over the fate of CBS, the shows went on.
Here's a look at some of the funniest standup routines, biting jabs and the musical performances you never wanted.