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04.06.16 Good morning. It’s Wednesday April 6, 2016, and this is your first early morning briefing. Tonight’s Premieres:
Bravo: The Real Housewives of New York City at 9p
CNBC: Follow the Leader at 10p
Disney XD: Walk the Prank at 8:30p
Reelz: Stalkers Who Kill at 9p
TLC: Two in a Million at 10p Tonight’s Finales:
A&E: Wahlburgers at 9p
American Heroes Channel: American Lawmen at 10p
Freeform: Young & Hungry at 8p, Baby Daddy at 8:30p
SundanceTV: Hap and Leonard at 10p
Mark Burnett is getting in business with Steve Harvey. The mega-producer and game show/talk show/Little Big Shots star Harvey are teaming for a series for ABC featuring rival entrepreneurs pitching ideas to a live studio audience. “My dream has been to work with Steve, and this is the perfect project for us to do together,” said Burnett, who will exec produce; Harvey will host. “He is an amazing talent and has an enormous heart for entrepreneurs, some of whom will get their business jump-started because of him.”MGM Television is producing.
Taye Diggs (Murder in the First) will host Fox game show You’re Back in the Room (wt), based on a UK format that has contestants hypnotized. “It’s the most unique blend of comedy and competition I’ve seen in years,” said Diggs.
Summer slate dates: Season three of CW’s Masters of Illusion bows Friday, May 20, Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns Monday, May 23 and season three of Penn & Teller: Fool Us is back Monday, July 11.
Vermont senator Bernie Sanders will appear NBC’s Late Night on Thursday, April 7. The Democratic presidential candidate last sat down with Seth Meyers in January. One week later, Sanders and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton face off in a debate on CNN hosted by Wolf Blitzer.
Comcast labeled a petition from Entertainment Studios and the National Association of African-American Owned Media, accusing Comcast of failing to fulfill its FCC-mandated obligation to carry minority-owned channels, “baseless.” In a response filing, Comcast charged the petition is part of a strategy “to use litigation (and now the administrative process) as a means of obtaining [a] desired business outcome – the carriage of ESI’s suite of networks – that the market has not supported.”
STARZ has launched a digital service offering streaming subscriptions directly to consumers (price tag: $8.99/month). The first episode of Outlander’s season two will be available early to subscribers on the new app, as well as Starz.com, on-demand and online platforms, starting Thursday, April 7. Official Outlander premiere date is Saturday, April 9 at 9p.
Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network are part of a free preview for Dish Network customers. Fishing is available now, while Sportsman hits Dish Thursday, April 7. Freebies run until Wednesday, May 11.
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Fox ordered 10 episodes of summer comedy Famous, from Ralph Farquhar (Moesha) and Ty Hodges (A Girl Like Grace), about a couple put to the test when one of them gains overnight stardom. Premiere date is Sunday, June 12 at 9p.
Lion Television will develop and produce archaeology-based documentaries for PBS NOVA. The initial agreement covers three films, with more in the development pipeline. The first titles to be announced are Building Secrets of the Forbidden City, a special access film about the restoration of Beijing’s Imperial Palace, produced in conjunction with China’s CICC, and Secrets of the Chinese Chariots, battle–testing some of the oldest chariots ever found in China.
Zodiak Rights and Arise Pictures announced the first scripted series under their first look finance and distribution pact. The action thriller is set in the world of high stakes international money laundering. Mainland Spain and the Canary Islands will double for much of the Middle East when production commences later this year.
Production begins in Vancouver this week on Freeform’s latest original series Beyond. Drama focuses on a young man who wakes up from a coma after 12 years and discovers new abilities that land him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.
Debra Martin Chase (Sparkle) will produce ABC miniseries The Black Calhouns. The project in development is based on a family history story written by Gail Lumet Buckley, daughter of Lena Horn.
The 2016 MTV Movie Awards will include a sneak peek at Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, set for theatrical release on November 18. Eddie Redmayne, who stars in the film, will present the exclusive footage during the awards ceremony Sunday, April 10 at 8p.
The royals treatment: Reelz documentary specials William and Kate: The Journey – Part 3: “The Birth of Prince George” premieres Monday, April 25 at 10p, followed by “The Birth of Princess Charlotte” at 11p.
The 69th annual DGA Awards will take place February 4, 2017 at the Beverly Hilton, honoring film, television and commercials.
History’s highly-anticipated Roots launches next month. What other miniseries would you like to see remade? Let us know in the new Cynopsis poll: http://cynopsis.com/poll//.
NBC renewed Grimm for season six. Friday night originals are averaging 1.7 among A18-49 and 6.4 million viewers in L+7 data, growing an average of 90 percent in the demo from Live+SD. Bonus: Grimm’s upscale audience indexes at a 111 among A18-49 living in homes with $100K+ incomes.
Fat N Furious: Rolling Thunder is back on Discovery’s Motor Mondays starting May 2 at 8p. Docu-series shows beat-up cars restored and racing on the drag strip.
Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ is the first Seeso series to get a renewal from the NBCUni comedy streaming service. Two-part season one finale of the semi-scripted real estate spoof airs Thursday, April 28.
Season two of FYI’s Arranged, following singles whose traditions include an arranged marriage, launches Tuesday, May 10 at 9p. Three new couples take the plunge.
It’s not just about Christmas at Hallmark and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. “We continue to build franchises and events that sync up with the Hallmark brand and retail calendar,” said Bill Abbott, president and CEO of Crown Media Family Networks, to an audience gathered at NYC’s Rainbow Room. “Rather than rely on one hit show or one franchise, we have created a 365-day experience.” Talent on hand included actors Lori Loughlin, Jack Wagner and James Denton, and as well as Kitten Bowl host Beth Stern and announcer Mary Carillo.
Coming up in 2017 is Hallmark’s fourth Kitten Bowl, and two weeks of Valentine’s-themed programming. “June Weddings” and “Summer Nights” come in the summer, with new Hallmark series Chesapeake Shores. That’s along with plenty of Christmas fare, of course, including a broadcast of the annual Christmas tree lighting in Washington, D.C.
What’s the pitch to advertisers? “Crown Media Family Networks experienced another year of growth in 2015, with Hallmark Channel up 9% and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries up 31% year to year among Women 25-54, while cable and broadcast were down, 6% and 8%, respectively,” EVP, ad sales Ed Georger tells Cynopsis. “Hallmark Channel is the undisputed top performer in the key fourth quarter holiday season, delivering more W25-54 viewers – no exceptions – than any other network with our 24/7 seasonal programming.” But it’s not just about the numbers. “Our ‘event’ strategy throughout the year provides relevant content aligned with marketer’s seasonal focus,” adds Georger. The key to success for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, the fastest growing mid-sized cable network, projected to be in 70 million households by year end, reports Georger, is “a more focused brand identity and more original content. The channel has quickly moved into the mid-tier competitive set and consistently delivers an engaged audience with classic a unique mix of dramatic films and suspenseful ‘who done it’ mystery movie franchises. Both channels are district and exclusive in their programming, yet both benefit from the quality and legacy of the Hallmark Brand.”
Just for fun: Some of the networks’ brightest stars revealed their can’t-miss shows.
Alison Sweeney (Murder, She Baked): “I love Better Call Saul, which is from last year but it’s my new favorite.”
Lori Loughlin: “Fuller House or Grandfathered. Love them both!”
Beth Stern: “Kitten Bowl!”
Angela Kinsey (The Office) and Steve Little (The Grinder) join Netflix comedy Haters Back Off, based on YouTube character Miranda Sings (Colleen Ballinger-Evans).
J.D. Evermore was promoted from recurring to series regular for the fourth and final season of SundanceTV’s Rectify.
Cablevision Media Sales announced a tool to help political advertisers reach voters, offering granular, actionable insights to target desired audiences based on party affiliation. Example, please? “The CMS Political Insights Toolis designed to help political media planners reach audiences in places on the dial that may not be obvious,” Jennifer Koester, SVP of Advanced Advertising and Data Analytics, tells Cynopsis. “If a PAC is looking to increase voter turn out among non-registered voters in a certain region of the New York DMA, the tool helps to find those networks and programs that over-index with this audience, such as Hispanic networks that may not have otherwise been considered.”
The Africa Channel is on a roll, retaining T Media Sales to oversee ad sales focused on programming sponsorships and direct response sales. “The line-up of lifestyle, travel and cultural series on this truly beautiful network delivers a unique audience that advertisers want to reach,” said T-Media’s Lee Warpack. The net also enlisted HotHouse Media to handle affiliate sales and distribution.
Endemol Shine Group factual thriller Hunted has been sold to Russia’s NTV Channel. Social experiment will be produced by Weit Media, Endemol’s production company in Russia. Germany’s Endemol Shine acquired Armoza Formats docu-reality The Foodies, the show’s first deal.
Keshet International sold its Israeli series The Baker and The Beauty and Milk & Honey to Channel 4’s recently launched foreign language drama on demand service, Walter Presents. Both dramas will broadcast on the UK service later this year. Keshet game show BOOM! has been licensed by Endemol Shine Italy and will be produced for the Discovery Group’s channel NOVE.
RLJ Entertainment streaming service Acorn has secured U.S. rights to The Secret Agent from Content Television. Spy drama makes its broadcast debut later this year on UK’s BBC One.
Ride Television Network and CenturyLink struck a deal to distribute the equestrian lifestyle channel to CenturyLink customers. Ride TV, which launched in 2014, will join the Prism Sports Plus package on April 19.
Litton Entertainment and TVF International have entered into an agreement that will have TVF distribute hidden camera show Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Hidden Heroes to all markets globally outside of the U.S. Series targets teens.
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The season 12 premiere of Discovery’s Deadliest Catch was TV’s #1 unscripted cable telecast with M25-54 and M18-49. The series also helped propel Discovery to be cable’s #1 network in prime Tuesday night with P25-54, M25-54 and M18-49.
The NCAA men’s basketball championship was Monday’s most-watched TV program, peaking with 22.3 million viewers on TNT, TBS and truTV. It was the big game’s first year on cable; last year on CBS it delivered 28.3 million viewers.
All six Scripps Networks Interactive brands saw double-digit ratings increases in primetime (A25-54) for Saturday, April 2. HGTV was #4 and Food Network hit #8 in cable for the night. HGTV earned .6, a 20 percent bump year over year, while .5 for Food was u p 25 percent. Travel Channel had a hefty 33 percent boost with .4, and DIY Network grew 38 percent, Cooking Channel grew 84 percent and Great American Country grew 63 percent over last year.
A week of reruns didn’t keep Judge Judy down the week ending March 27. The court show topped syndication ratings with 6.7, up 3 percent versus the week prior, and up 10 percent versus year-ago. Hot Bench was down 4 percent for the week to 2.4, but up 50 percent versus last year.
With coverage of the Brussels terrorist attack and NCAA March Madness causing preemptions in syndication, few syndicated shows were up week to week. Talk shows that managed to rise included Rachael Ray (1.5, up 7 percent), Steve Wilkos (1.4, up 8 percent) and Dr. Oz (1.4, up 8 percent).
Hallmark Channel ranked as the #1 HH-rated cable network in primetime on Saturday, April 2, excluding March Madness. The premiere of original movie All Yours averaged a 2.0 HH rating, the highest-rated non-sports program of the day. Averaging 2.2 million viewers, the movie also boosted Hallmark Channel to be the most watched cable network in the 9p-11p time period, barring sports.
The fifth episode premiere telecasts of Bounce TV’s Saints & Sinners on Sunday reached 1.5 million unduplicated viewers, tying it with the series’ second episode as the most-watched program in the net’s history.The 9p telecast set a Bounce TV record for the delivery of P25-54 and had the highest audience peak of the series to date with 747,000 total viewers. The telecast racked up double-digit gains of 24 percent in Households, 32 percent in P18-49, 34 percent in P25-54 and 27 percent in P2+ versus last week.
The week of March 28, Univision ranked as the number 5 broadcast network among A18-34 and A18-49, with week-to-week growth (up 4 percent Total Viewers 2+, up 6 percent A18-49 and A18-34) and out-delivered one or more of the English-language broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC or FOX) on five nights among A18-34.
Broadcast News Ratings week of March 28, 2016
NBC Nightly News 8.586 million total viewers and 1.7/7 A25-54
ABC World News Tonight, 8.231 million total viewers and 1.5/7 A25-54
CBS Evening News 6.994 million total viewers and 1.3/6 A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI
Top 10 Broadcast Programs among A18-49 rating/share for the week of March 28 2016
FOX: Empire (3.30) 4.8/15
CBS: The Big Bang Theory (3/31) 3.5/14
NBC: The Voice (3/28) 2.8/9
NBC: The Voice (3/29) 2.4/9
CBS: ACM Awards (4/3) 2.3/7
ABC: Grey’s Anatomy (3/31) 2.2/8
FOX: American Idol (3/31) 2.1/7
CBS: Survivor (3/30) 2.0/7
NBC: Little Big Shots (4/3) 1.8/6
CBS: Criminal Minds (3/30) 1.8/6
NBC: Chicago Med (3/29) 1.8/6
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Galaxy Explorer, Live + SD Data
Top 11 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 3/21/16 ranked in order by HH Rtg
Judge Judy (CTD) 6.7AA
Family Feud (2/T) 6.4AA
The Big Bang Theory (WB) 5.8AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD) 5.7AA
Jeopardy (CTD) 5.5AA
Modern Family (2/T) 3.2AA
Entertainment Tonight (CTD) 3.3AA
Dr. Phil (CTD) 2.7AA
Live with Kelly & Michael (DAD) 2.7AA
Two and a Half Men (WB) 2.7AA
Inside Edition (CTD) 2.7AA
Source: Nielsen Media Research
Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 3/21/16 ranked in order by A18-49 Rtg
The Big Bang Theory (WB) 2.5AA
Family Feud (2/T) 2.1AA
Modern Family (2/T) 1.8AA
Judge Judy (CTD) 1.6AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD) 1.1AA
Family Guy (2/T) 1.4AA
The Cleveland Show (2/T) 1.1AA
Two and a Half Men (WB) 1.1AA
Jeopardy (CTD) 1.0AA
How I Met Your Mother (2/T) 1.0AA
Source: Nielsen Media Research
Monday A18-49 Analysis: NBC had the most A18-49 viewers Monday with 2.1/7, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. NBC’s The Voice topped 8p with 2.4/8, followed ABC’s Dancing With the Stars with 1.7/6. NBC’s The Voice picked up viewers at 9p with 2.5/8, while the second half of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars kicked up to 1.8/6. NBC’s Blindspot finished the night in the lead at 10p with 1.3/4; ABC’s Castle followed with 1.1/3.
A18-49: NBC 2.1/7, ABC 1.5/5, CBS 1.1/4, UNI .8/2, FOX .6/2, TELE .6/2, ION .4/1, CW .2/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Monday, April 4 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
Dancing With the Stars 7.6/12, Castle 4.1/7
The Voice 6.9/11, Blindspot 3.8/7
Big Bang Theory [r] 4.2/7, Big Bang Theory [r] 4.5/7, Scorpion [r] 3.5/6, NCIS: Los Angeles [r] 3.5/6
Gotham [r] 1.2/2, Lucifer [r] 1.3/2
Camino Hacia de Stinto 1.0/2, Pasion y Poder 1.3/2, Hotel de los Secretos 1.1/2
Criminal Minds .9/2, Criminal Minds .9/2, Criminal Minds .9/2
Quien es Quien .6/1, Eva, la Trailera .7/1, Senor de Cielos 1.1/2
iZombie [r] .5/1, Jane the Virgin [r] .3/1
Sunday A18-49 Analysis: CBS had the most A18-49 viewers Sunday with 2.0/7, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. CBS drew 1.1/4 for 60 Minutes to win 7p, followed close behind by ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos with 1.0/4. CBS remained in the lead at 8p with 2.1/7 for the ACM Awards, versus 1.8/6 for NBC’s Little Big Shots. CBS’s awards won 2.4/7 at 9p, followed by NBC’s Carmichael and Crowded, Fox’s Bob’s Burgers and Last Man on Earth and Univision’s Neustra Belleza, each with .9/3. CBS was still champ at 10p with 2.3/7 for the ACMs; ABC’s Quantico snatched second place with 1.0/3.
A18-49: CBS 2.0/7, NBC 1.1/4, ABC 1.0/3, FOX .8/3, UNI .7/3, TELE .2/1, ION .2/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Sunday, April 3, 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
60 Minutes 6.1/11, ACM Awards 6.7/11
NBC: 3.8/7Little Big Shots [r] 3.4/6, Little Big Shots 6.7/11, The Carmichael Show 2.9/5, Crowded 2.2/4, Dateline [r] 2.5/4
America’s Funniest Home Videos 2.8/5, Once Upon A Time 2.3/4, The Family 2.0/3, Quantico 2.4/4
Aqui y Ahora .8/1, Nuestra Belleza 1.3/2, Sal y Pimienta 1.1/2
Bordertown .6/1, Cooper Barrett’s Guide .6/1, The Simpsons 1.4/2, Bob’s Burgers 1.2/2, Bob’s Burgers 1.1/2, Last Man On Earth 1.3/2
Leverage .6/1, Leverage .6/1, Leverage .6/1, Leverage .6/1
Gran Hermano .4/1, Senpr Cielos lo Mejor .3/1
Saturday A18-49 Analysis: CBS had most A18-49 viewers Saturday with .6/2, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. NBC’s Dateline Mystery was first at 8p with .6/3, followed by CBS’s Crimetime Saturday with .4/1. CBS popped to the top at 9p with .7/3 for 48 Hours, versus .4/2 for ION’s Law & Order: SVU and ABC’s Mirror, Mirror. CBS kept the lead at 10p with .8/3 for another 48 Hours, followed by .6/2 for ABC’s 20.20.
A18-49: CBS .6/2, NBC .5/2, ABC .4/2, ION .4/2, UNI .3/1, FOX .2/1, TELE .2/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Saturday, April 2, 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
Crimetime Saturday 1.4/3, 48 Hours [r] 2.8/5, 48 Hours 3.1/6
Dateline Mystery 3.1/6, World Figure Skating Championship 1.8/3
Mirror, Mirror 1.4/3, 20/20 1.9/4
Law & Order: SVU 1.0/2, Law & Order: SVU 1.1/2, Law & Order: SVU 1.0/2
FOX 0.7/1Rosewood [r] .7/1, Lucifer [r] .8/1
Cronicas de Sabado .6/1, Sal Y Pimienta .6/1
Que Noche .4/1, Reina del Sur .3/1
Charlotte Thorp was named Lionsgate UK Senior Vice President and Head of Television Sales for the European Market. Previously, Thorp was SVP, Head of Fil & TV Sales for eOne Film UK and eOne Television International.
Pop has promoted several executives in its Los Angeles and New York offices on the heels of its rebrand: Nicole Sabatini as Executive Vice President, Marketing; Michelle Habel as Senior Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs; Michael Rissetto as Senior Vice President, Ad Sales Pricing and Planning; and Hillary Povar as Vice President, Communications.
This Day in History: 1830 – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was organized. Answer to Our Last Trivia: In what series did Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland play the sarcastic teen daughter of a Manhattan socialite? Lipstick Jungle (2008-2009). Kudos to: Paul Schur-Animal Planet and Science Channel/Silver Spring, MD, Gerry Bixenspan-TV Marketing, Inc./NYC, Staci Gonzalez- 441 Productions/NYC, Tom Moore-Kalt Productions/LA, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA Federal Credit Union/Burbank, Judy Margolis-The Ad Place/Dallas, Lorrie Shilling/El Segundo. Today’s Trivia Question: The protagonists of which two detective series teamed to find the murderer of the son of one of the men? (Email email@example.com with your answer and be sure to include your name, company, city and time zone.). Keep Watching & Reading,
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – WEDNESDAY APRIL 6, 2016
ABC: The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, blackish, Nashville
CBS: Survivor, Criminal Minds,: Beyond Borders, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
CW: Arrow, Supernatural
Fox: American Idol, Empire
NBC: Heartbeat, Law & Order: SVU [r], Chicago P.D. [r]
PBS: Nature, NOVA [r], NOVA
Telemundo: Quien es quien?, Eva la Trailera, El Senore de los Cielos
Univision: Un Camino Hacia el Destino, Pasion y poder, El Hotel de los Secretos
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