Schmooze: May 2, 2016

MTV held its upfront presentation April 21 at Skylight at Moynihan Station in New York. (From left) producer Mark Burnett, who will helm a new competition series for the network; rapper Kendrick Lamar, who per¬formed at the event; and Philippe Dauman, chairman and CEO of MTV parent Viacom. Credit: Getty/MTV

(From left) Eric Berger, Sony Pictures Television executive VP, digital networks, and general manager, Crackle; series stars Bryan Cranston of ‘SuperMansion’ and Dennis Quaid of ‘The Art of More;’ and Steve Mosko, Sony Pictures Television chairman, at Crackle’s upfront presentation April 20 at the New York City Center. Credit: Michael Zorn/Invision for Crackle/AP Images

Geena Davis (left) and Susan Sarandon celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic film, ‘Thelma & Louise,’ on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ on April 28. Credit: Ida Mae Astute/ABC

TV One held its upfront presentation on April 13 at the Helen Mills Event Space and Theater in New York. (Left to right) D’Angela Proctor, senior VP of original programming and production; Alfred Liggins, CEO; stars Malika Haqq of ‘Hollywood Divas’ and Gary Dourdan of ‘Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story;’ and Brad Siegel, president. Credit: Mark Von Holden/TV One

WGN America screened ‘Underground’ at a For Your Considera¬tion event April 17 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. (Left to right) Misha Green, series creator/writer/executive producer; stars Aldis Hodge and Jurnee Smollett-Bell; and creator/writer/EP Joe Pokaski. Credit: Getty Images for WGN America