01/22/15: Turner consolidates for one big Upfront event (but the Adult Swim party’s still on); Judge rules pro-AutoHop, anti-copying in Dish/Fox case; Parks and Rec still going strong



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Good morning. It’s Thursday, January 22, 2015, and this is your first early morning briefing.

Tonight’s Premieres:
A&E: Nightwatch at 10p
BBC America: Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares at 9p, Million Dollar Critic at 10p
CNN: Morgan Spurlock Inside Man at 9p
Discovery Life: World’s Worst Mom at p
FOX: Backstrom at 9p

Tonight’s Finales:
ABC: The Taste at 8p
NBC: Bad Judge at 9p, A to Z at 9:30p

Nine networks, one Upfront: For the first time, Turner Broadcasting will bundle Adult Swim, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, CNN, HLN, TBS, TNT, truTV and Turner Sports for one big Upfront event, Wednesday, May 13 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Why the mass gathering? “We have a unique position in today’s marketplace in that we offer advertisers opportunities across all screens and genres of programming  news, sports, entertainment and kids,”Turner Broadcasting sales president Donna Speciale tells Cynopsis. As for the annual hot-ticket Adult Swim bash (Outkast performed last year)  “the most anticipated party of the week” will serve as a nightcap after the morning event. 


Dish Network did not infringe Fox’s copyright with its PrimeTime Anytime and AutoHop services, ruled a U.S. District Judge in the lawsuit over DVR technology, but did violate a 2002 agreement prohibiting it from authorizing the copying of Fox programming without permission. The summary judgment, issued under seal on January 12, was released in redacted form this week. “Consumers are the winners today,” said Dish. Countered Fox, “This case is not, and has never been, about consumer rights or new technology. It’s always been about protecting creative works from being exploited without permission.”

VH1 reality series LeAnn & Eddie, chronicling the marriage of singer LeAnn Rimes and actor Eddie Cibrian, has been canceled after its eight-ep first season. The show debuted in July, with the couple saying they hoped it would help dispel misconceptions about their relationship.

NYC photography exhibit “Behind The Lens: An Intimate Look at the World of Suits” features candid behind-the-scenes photos of the series cast and crew by star Patrick J. Adams. The sale of selection of photos will benefit Pablove Shutterbugs, a program that teaches the art of photography to pediatric cancer patients. The gallery, located at 402 West 13th Street, will be open to the public from Friday, January 23-Sunday; Adams will hold daily meet and greets with fans.


NBC NewsPeacock Productions is teaming with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to produce underwater expeditions of three group’s recent discoveries on the ocean floor. First up: the first-ever exploration of German U-boat576, sunk by aircraft fire more than 72 years ago. Project is slated to air live in 2015.

Fox ordered four pilots, dramas Frankenstein, Rosewood and Luther from 20th Century Fox Television, and comedy 48 Hours ‘Til Monday from Universal Television. Luther, a remake of the British series starring Idris Elba, counts Elba as an exec producer, along with original series creator Neil Cross.

NBC picked up two comedy pilots: People Are Talking, produced by Universal Television and Will Packer Productions, about a white and a black couple, and Sony Television’s Take It From Us from Friends alum Greg Malins.

Independent production company Eyeworks USA, founded as 3 Ball Productions in 2001, is taking its old name back. The change follows Warner Bros.’ 2014 acquisition of the Eyeworks Group of 15 international production companies, which did not include Eyeworks USA. Company co-founder and current CEO Todd A. Nelson and COO Ross Weintraub will serve as co-CEOs, while co-founder JD Roth leaves his day-to-day CEO responsibilities to focus on creative, production and new initiatives.

NBC is taking a second helping of Food Fighters. During its 2014 run, the summer cooking competition from Electus delivered the biggest regularly scheduled first-to-second-week gain (1.0 to 1.3, up 30 percent) in the A18-49 demo for any new series in over two years.


After an energetic performance by The Voice talent Chris Jamison at the NBCU party at South Beach’s Delano Hotel that got people up and dancing, Wednesday’s NATPE saw chatter aplenty. Topics included tonight’s premiere of Nightwatch on A&E from prolific producers Dick Wolf and 44 Blue’s Rasha Drachkovitch, whose other shows include Wahlburgers, Donny Loves Jenny, and MSNBC’s Lock Up. Of the celebrities he works with, Drachkovitch says that Mark Wahlberg is the most business savvy. “He has a clear vision, and is always two steps ahead…when I’m with him, I have to hang on a little bit.”

Onstage during his session at NATPE, Jay Leno made it clear he’s a fan of new late night host Larry Wilmore, whose show launched on Comedy Central Monday night. Calling The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore “terrific,” the former Tonight Show host welcomed Wilmore’s “different perspective.”


Crossover alert: On Wednesday, February 4 at 8:30p, General Hospital’s Kelly Monaco guests on ABC Family’s Baby Daddy as (an exaggerated version of) herself. Then Friday, February 13 on Monaco’s ABC soap, Baby Daddy’s Derek Theler and Melissa Peterman return the favor in a special Valentine’s Day ep.

PBS’s Independent Lens has two documentaries set for Black History Month. Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People premieres Monday, February 16 at 10p and American Denial, examining racial injustice, bows Monday, February 23 at 10p (check local listings).

Francis Ford Coppola opens up on Monday, March 2 at 8p in an interview with El Rey founder Robert Rodriguez on El Rey Network Presents: The Director’s Chair. (Sample snippet: "The things they fire you for when you are young are the same things that they give you lifetime achievement awards for when you are old.”) Coppola’s The Conversation will follow.

Miami Vice debuts on Cozi TV Sunday, March 1, the month of the crime drama’s 30th anniversary, with a marathon from 1p-5p. The show then takes its regular weekday slot at 11p, with Saturday airings at 8p and 9p. 

Waiting in the wings at PBS: Earth – A New Wild promises to distinguish itself from other nature shows by “showing the world as it really is  with humans in the picture,” starting Wednesday, February 4 at 9p. America’s Ballroom Challenge, a three-part dance competition that also features behind-the-scenes footage, bows Friday, April 24 at 9p.

The premiere of TLC makeover show Style by Jury was pushed back a week, to Friday, February 20 at 9:30p. First fashion victim: a frumpy working mom who has to put on a full-body suit to figure out where her waist is.

Score with social media! Cynopsis Sports’ latest webinar, Monetizing and Maximizing Your Sports Content on Social Media on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 will show you the best practices and strategies to turn a mere following into a powerful revenue channel and help your partners and fans alike connect across multiple platforms, from mobile to tablet. For details, go here.


Unilever’s repurposing its Father’s Day spot for the Super Bowl. Touched up with new text to widen the focus to men in general (with hashtag #RealStrength replacing #RealDadMoments), the Dove + Men Care ad (here it is, grab a hankie) will air during the game’s first quarter, February 1 on NBC.

Speaking of the big game, NBC Sports launched a Tumblr for viewers who are more interested in Clydesdales and puppies than Tom Brady and Russell Wilson. The page will show Super Bowl ads immediately after they air. “We recognize that Super Bowl TV ads are must-see content for many viewers, and we’re thrilled to connect our digital audience to the spots in a seamless manner immediately after they air on television,” said Rick Cordella, NBC Sports Group SVP and GM for digital media.


Kerry Condon (The Walking Dead) and Toby Leonard Moore (John Wick) join Paul Giamatti (John Adams) and Damian Lewis in Showtime drama pilot Billions.

In addition to Rob Lowe (Parks and Recreation), Sky 1 drama Apocalypse Slough landed Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) and Jenna Fischer (The Office), along with British actors Mathew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Paterson Joseph (Babylon), Pauline Quirke (Birds of a Feather) and Joel Fry (Plebs) playing people waiting for a comet to destroy Earth. NBC will air the show in the U.S.

Ian McShane (Deadwood) guests in a season-long arc of season three of Showtime’s Ray Donovan, starting production next week in LA.

CASTING CALL: ABC’s hit series Extreme Weight Loss is back for season 6 and seeking celebrities who want to use their influence to nominate & support a friend, relative or even a fan along their weight loss journey. If you are a public figure and want to pay it forward, contact Casting Director, Lindsay at lindsayluttrell@gmail.com (2/5)



Multi-format weather news service WeatherNation TV is joining WPEC CBS12 in broadcasting 24/7 weather news on digital TV channel 12.2 and on local cable providers across West Palm Beach.


FremantleMedia International is bringing Family Feud to the Caribbean as a locally produced series for the first time, to air in 22 countries across the region including Trinidad and Tobago (CNC3), Jamaica (CVM Television), Bahamas (ZNS), Dominica (Marpin), Bermuda (ZBM-TV) and the Cayman Islands (Island 24). 


Nickelodeon launches season 22 of the Power Rangers franchise, Power Rangers Dino Charge, on Saturday, February 7 at 12p. Encore eps air Sundays at 8a on Nickelodeon and Saturdays at 7p on Nicktoons.

Live-action comedy Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything got the green light from Disney XD. Series starring Cameron Boyce (Jessie) begins production in LA for a summer 2015 premiere. What’s new? Adam Bonnett, EVP, original programming, Disney Channels Worldwide, promises “a fresh, new twist by integrating gaming visual effects into each episode.”


Add Common and John Legend to the roster of performers for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. The Grammy winners will perform “Glory” from the film Selma. Also onboard: Miranda Lambert, Usher and two of this year’s leading nominees, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams, tied at six nods each. LL Cool J returns for his fourth consecutive stint as host. Show airs Sunday, February 8 at 8p on CBS.

There are new names for the upcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards, too. Added as presenters are Adrien Brody, Laverne Cox, Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Eric Dane, Viola Davis, Felicity Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Eddie Redmayne, Tony Revolori and J.K. Simmons. Ceremony will be simulcast on TNT and TBS Sunday, January 25 at 8p.

Spike Lee will receive the NAACP President’s Award at the 46th Annual NAACP Image Awards, airing live Friday, February 6 at 9p on TV One.

Nominees for the GLAAD Media Awards, recognizing fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the LGBT community, include ten nominees each in the Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series categories – but the only movie or mini-series to get a nod is HBO’s The Normal Heart. For a list of nominees, go here.


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Tuesday’s State of the Union address on the Big 4 nets averaged 19.6 million viewers in fast nationals, down 7 percent from last year for another low, but up one tenth among A18-49, to 4.9. Early numbers for cable news also showed a dip in viewers, with Fox News down to 3.47 million from 4.7 million, but CNN improving with 2.56 million viewers. On Twitter, a U.S. audience of 9.7 million, up 11 percent year over year, saw one or more of the 2.6 million (up 24 percent) tweets about the speech, according to Nielsen.

Monday’s launch of The Nightly Show on Comedy Central drew 963,000 viewers, 577,000 among A18-49 and 465,000 among A25-54. The Colbert Report was pulling 1.17 million in the timeslot, but fill-in @midnight had been averaging 565,000.

For the week ending January 18, CBS drew the largest weekly audience of any network this season, out-delivering NBC, ABC and FOX combined (14.22 million versus 14.14 million), according to Nielsen Live+SD. Compared to the same week last year, CBS was up 100 percent in A25-54, 127 percent in A18-49 and 70 percent in viewers.

NBC’s Parks and Recreation averaged 3.9 million viewers and 1.4 among A18-49 across back-to-back eps on Tuesday, the comedy’s biggest audience since January 2013.

The premiere of Disney Channel spy series K.C. Undercover delivered 3.5 million total viewers. In youth demos the show delivers 1.7 million viewers/4.5 rating in Kids 2-11; 1.4 million/6.1 among Kids 6-11 and 1.4 million/5.9 among Tweens 9-14.

Broadcast Evening News Shows  Weekly Average Ratings (week of January 12, 2015)
NBC: Nightly News 9.66 million total viewers; 1.9/7 and 2.32 million A25-54
ABC: World News 9.31 million total viewers; 1.9/7 and 2.22 million A25-54
CBS: Evening News 7.83 million total viewers; 1.5/6 and 1.82 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI Total Viewers and A25-54 Live+SD

Top 11 Broadcast Programs among A18-49 rating/share for the week of 1/12/15
AFC Championship, 13.9/37
FOX: Empire, 4.0/12
CBS: Scorpion, 3.2/10
FOX: American Idol (Wed.), 3.0/9
ABC: Modern Family, 3.0/9
CBS: NCIS, 2.8/9
FOX: American Idol, (Thurs.) 2.6/8
CBS: Big Bang Theory, 2.6/8
CBS: Mom, 2.4/8
CBS: NCIS: New Orleans, 2.3/7
ABC: The Goldbergs, 2.3/7
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Galaxy Explorer, Live + SD Data

Monday A18-49 Analysis: CBS won the most A18-49 viewers Monday with 2.0/6, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. CBS and ABC were in a tie for the top spot at 8p: 2 Broke Girls and Mike & Molly averaged 2.2/7 to match The Bachelor. CBS’s Scorpion was first at 9p with 2.3/6, followed by 2.2/6 for The Bachelor. It was another draw at 10p with ABC’s Castle and CBS’s NCIS: Los Angeles both scoring 1.5/5.

A18-49:CBS 2.0/6, ABC 1.9/6, , FOX 1.8/5, NBC 1.6/5, UNI 1.4/4, TELE .7/2, CW .6/2, ION .5/1

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Monday, January 19, 2015  time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
CBS: 6.4/10
2 Broke Girls 5.5/9, Mike & Molly 5.7/9, Scorpion 7.4/12, NCIS: Los Angeles 6.2/11
ABC: 5.0/8
The Bachelor 5.0/8
NBC: 3.7/6
The Apprentice 4.1/7, State of Affairs 2.9/5
FOX 3.2/5
Gotham 3.9/6,  Sleepy Hollow 2.6/4
Mi Corazon es Tuyo 1.8/3, Hasta Fin del Mundo 1.8/3, Que te Perdone Dios 1.6/3
ION: 1.0/1
Criminal Minds 1.1/2, Criminal Minds 1.0/2, Criminal Minds .8/1
Los Miserables .8/1, Tierra de Reyes .7/1, Duenos del Paraiso 1.1/2
CW: .9/1
Originals 1.02, Jane the Virgin .8/1

Sunday A18-49 Analysis: CBS won the most A18-49 viewers Sunday with 9.8/27, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. The AFC Championship on CBS won 7p with 15.1/42, followed by a 1.1/3 average for Fox’s Mulaney and The Simpsons. CBS’s game scored 14.3/37 at 8p, versus 1.3/3 for Univision’s Nuestra Belleza. CBS easily kept the lead at 9p with 10.8/28; Univision’s Nuestra Belleza took second with 1.5/4. Football-boosted Scorpion delivered 3.2/10 at 10p, followed by 1.3/4 for NBC’s showing of Bridesmaids.

A18-49: CBS 9.8/27, UNI 1.1/3, FOX 1.0/3, ABC .9/2, NBC .9/2, TELE .3/1, ION .2/1

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Sunday, January 18  time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
CBS: 16.4/27
AFC Championship 16.4/27
ABC: 2.4/4
America’s Funniest Home Videos 2.8/4, Galavant 2.0/3, Resurrection 2.2/3, Revenge 2.8/5
NBC: 2.3/4
Dateline 2.7/3, NBC Movie 2.1/3
FOX: 1.6/2
Mulaney 2.1/3, The Simpsons [r] 1.6/3, The Simpsons [r] 1.8/3, Brooklyn Nine-Nine [r] 1.3/2, Family Guy [r] 1.5/2, Bob’s Burgers [r] 1.4/2
Aqui Ahora Sun 1.1/2, Nuestra Belleza 1.7/3, Sal y Pimienta 1.4/2
TELE: .3/1
Top Chef Estrella .3/1, Suelta la Extra .2/0
ION: .4/1
Batman and Robin .4/1

Saturday A18-49 Analysis: Univision had the most A18-49 viewers Saturday with .9/3, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. ABC was first at 8p with .7/3 for Just Go With It, followed by .6/2 for NBC’s Dateline Mystery. Dateline scored .8/3 and 1.0/3 in the 9p half hours to squeeze past ABC’s movie, which drew .8/3 and .9/3. Univison took the lead at 10p with 1.0/3 for Sabado Gigante; second place was shared by CBS’s 48 Hours and NBC’s SNL Prime, with .8.3.

A18-49:UNI .9/3, ABC .8/3, NBC .8/3, CBS .6/2, FOX .5/2, ION .3/1, TELE .3/1    

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Saturday, January 17, 2015  time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
NBC: 2.6/5
Dateline Mystery 2.9/5, SNL Prime 2.2/4
CBS: 2.6/5
48 Hours [r] 2.0/4, Crimetime Saturday 2.2/4, 48 Hours 3.6/7
ABC: 1.9/3
Just Go With It 2.0/4, The Goldbergs [r] 1.3/2
Sabado Gigante 1.2/2
FOX 1.0/2
Empire [r] .9/2, Empire [r] 1.1/2
ION: .9/1
Criminal Minds 1.0/2, Criminal Minds .8/1, Criminal Minds .8/1
TELE: .3/1
Ranking Estrellas .3/1, Futbol Estelar .3/1


Beyond Distribution appointed Caitlin Meek-O’Connor Head of Acquisitions, effective January 26. Meek-O’Connor had been Acquisitions Manager for Factual and Factual Entertainment at DRG.

Brant Pinvidic has been promoted from President to Chief Creative Officer of 3 Ball Entertainment, and Jeff Goldman, former Co-Managing Director of Eyeworks Distribution, has been appointed Chief Business Officer.


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This Day in History: 1901 – After 63 years on the British throne, Queen Victoria died.

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ABC:  The Taste [f], How to Get Away with Murder [r]
CBS: The Big Bang Theory [r], Mom, Two and a Half Men, The McCarthys, Elementary
CW: The Vampire Diaries, Reign
American Idol, Backstrom [p]
NBC: The Biggest Loser, Bad Judge [f], A to Z [f], Parenthood
PBS: The This Old House Hour, Masterpiece Mystery!, Antiques Road Show [r]
Telemundo: Los Miserables, Tierra de Reyes, Duenos del Paraiso
Univision: Mi Corazon Es Tuyo, Hasta el Fin del Mundo, Que te Perdone Dio…Yo No

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