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IN THE NEWS
NBC is keeping Saturday Night Live’s longest-running cast member, Kenan Thompson, busy. The net ordered The Kenan Show, a family comedy produced by Universal Television in association with Broadway Video, to series. Thompson, who is expected to stick with SNL for season 45 next fall, is also set to serve as a judge in NBC reality competition Bring the Funny with Chrissy Tiegen and Jeff Foxworthy. NBC also renewed America’s Got Talent: The Champions for season two, and World of Dance for season four.
ABC renewed Shondaland dramas Grey’s Anatomy for seasons 16 and 17, How Get Away With Murder for a sixth run, and Station 19 for a third. EP and showrunner Krista Vernoff will helm Grey’s and Station19, “giving fans two hours of feels on Thursdays and providing a seamless crossover narrative on both series,” said the network. The net is also hanging on to The Goldbergs for season seven and its spinoff, Schooled, for a sophomore season.
It’s not you, it’s me: Fresh Off the Boat star Constance Wu clarified her unhappy comments about the renewal of her show, announced on Friday. After first tweeting, “So upset now that I’m literally crying. Ugh.,” Wu explained her disappointment stemmed from having to withdraw from another project, not dissatisfaction with her ABC role. “My dismayed social media replies were more about that other project and not about FOTB,” said the actress.
Viacom reported its 2Q19 earnings results. Earnings of 93 cents per share beat forecasts, but a 7% dip in domestic advertising (not helped by Easter’s late date) led to missed revenue targets. Highlights included sequential improvement in YOY domestic ad sales growth, with Advanced Marketing Solutions revenue up 76% YOY; expanded services; and new mobile partnerships. “As the media landscape continues to segment across price points, we’re confident in our strategy, strong results and the opportunities ahead as we continue to position Viacom for the future,” said CEO Bob Bakish.
Jeff Glor sat in the CBS Evening News anchor chair for the last time on Friday, and used his farewell appearance as an opportunity to spotlight all the staffers behind the scenes at the broadcast. “I am awed every day by their dedication to writing the first draft of history, and telling America’s story,” said Glor. “I am awed by their grace. I thank them – and you. I’ll see you soon.” A rotation of anchors will fill the seat until Norah O’Donnell debuts in the summer, starting with John Dickerson. In the CBS News overhaul, Dickerson and O’Donnell are being replaced on CBS This Morning by Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil; Dickerson is moving to 60 Minutes.
TiVO is splitting into two independent companies. The move allows the product business, which generated $401 million in revenue in 2018, to pursue a “customer-first strategy” without being tied to an IP licensing business.
Victoria’s Secret head Les Wexner told staff, in a memo obtained by CNBC, that “Going forward, we don’t believe network television is the right fit” for the lingerie company’s fashion shows. The annual event, which aired for 15 years on CBS before moving to ABC last year, has seen ratings declines, to an all-time low of 3.3 million viewers and a 0.9 rating among A18-49 its last outing. “We’re focusing on developing exciting and dynamic content and a new kind of event – delivered to our customers on platforms that she’s glued to,” wrote Wexner.
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We represent the brightest thinkers and creatives. And while you may know us for our conferences, (there is one fast approaching in June!), our community extends way beyond that. We help you maximize your career and drive impact for your business throughout the year by keeping you connected to the people, events, experiences and awards shaping our industry.
Why? Because we love what you do.
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Cynopsis Measurement & Data Conference
June 11 | 11:45AM – 5:00PM | CNVS, NYC
On Tuesday, June 11, the most influential data and measurement experts will come together to tackle the industry’s hot topics. Join thought leaders and gain valuable insights from
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PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
NBC gave series orders to Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, a musical drama starring Jane Levy from Lionsgate, The Tannenbaum Co., FeigCo Entertainment and Universal Music Group; drama Lincoln, produced by Universal Television and Sony Pictures Television in association with Keshet Studios; and comedies Perfect Harmony, starring Bradley Whitford, produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Small Dog Company, and Indebted, from SPT in association with Doug Robins Pictures.
Kenya Barris (black-ish) comedy Black Excellence landed an order from Netflix, under his overall deal with the streamer. Barris, in his acting debut, and Rashida Jones (Angie Tribeca) will star. Barris and Jones will exec produce with Hale Rothstein (black-ish); Barris’ production company, Khalabo Ink Society, will produce.
National Geographic announced Queens, a six-part natural history docuseries with a production team led by women, that follows six sisterhoods within the animal kingdom where females rule. “With Queens, National Geographic challenges a historical bias in wildlife storytelling that favors masculine societies,” said Janet Han Vissering, SVP of development and production, Nat Geo. “The assembly of first-ever women-led production team will bring a new perspective to telling these intimate narratives.”
ABC ordered legal drama For Life, from Hank Steinberg, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, and Doug Robinson and Alison Greenspan, as well as family comedy United We Fall. Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios will produce the series. ABC also picked up The Baker and the Beauty, based on the Israeli series created by Assi Azar for Keshet Broadcasting, and Emergence, a drama pilot that had first been developed by NBC from ABC Studios.
Southern Gothic family drama Filthy Rich made it to series at Fox. Project starring Kim Catrall (Sex and theCity) comes from director Tate Taylor (The Help).
The Goldbergs and Schooled creator Adam F. Goldberg is jumping from long-time home Sony Pictures Television to ABC Studios. Goldberg will continue as EP on the ABC comedies, while developing new projects.
Top 10 Weekend Domestic Box Office Estimates: May 10-12
Avengers: Endgame (Buena Vista) $60.1 million (week 3), cume revenue $723.5 million
Pokemon Detective Pikachu (Warner Bros.) $58.0 million, opening weekend
The Hustle (United Artists) $13.5 million, opening weekend
The Intruder (SGem) $6.6 million (week 2), cume revenue $21.0 million
Long Shot (Lionsgate) $6.1 million (week 2), cume revenue $19.7 million
Poms (STX) $5.1 million, opening weekend
Uglydolls (STX) $3.9 million (week 2), cume revenue $14.3 million
Breakthrough (Fox) $2.5 million (week 4), cume revenue $37.1 million
Tolkein (Fox Searchlight) $2.2 million, opening weekend
Captain Marvel (Buena Vista) $1.8 million (week 10), cume revenue $423.8 million
NEW & RETURNING SERIES
Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will return as coaches for season 17 of NBC’s The Voice. The current Monday and Tuesday airings of the show are combining to average a 2.1 rating among A18-49 and 11.1 million viewers in Live+7 Nielsens.
Discovery Channel takes viewers on a ride through the world of underground truck racing in Dirty Mudder Truckers, revving up Monday, May 27 at 10p. Raising Wild, debuting Sunday, June 2 at 10p on Discovery, follows a Texas suburban family as they embark on a journey to become homesteaders.
Disney Channel’s Raven’s Home is back for season three on Monday, June 17 at 8p, followed by the fourth season launch of summer camp comedy BUNK’D on Thursday, June 20 at 8p.
City Beats, launching today on Insight TV’s linear and on-demand platforms, follows DJ and music producer Carly Foxx as she explores, listens and records.
Showtime released all four episodes of upcoming docu-series Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men early to its subscribers. Four-parter debuted Friday, May 10, and will roll out new episodes on Fridays.
TBS’s Angie Tribeca will not make it to season five. Season four of the comedy ended in December.
For the People, the Shondaland drama launched as a midseason replacement last year, isn’t coming back to ABC. Season two is averaging under 3 million total viewers and 0.51 among A18-49.
Freshmen comedy The Cool Kids, vampire drama The Passage and legal drama Proven Innocent have been canceled by Fox. Music drama Star will end after three seasons.
The E! People’s Choice Awards will air Sunday, November 10 at 9p. Den of Thieves’ Jesse Ignjatovic and Evan Prager & Wilshire Studios return to produce the telecast, broadcast from Barker Hangar in Santa Monica.
Documentary Liberty: Mother of Exiles, about the Statue of Liberty, is set to debut on HBO this fall. From Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato of World of Wonder (Carrie Fisher: Wishful Drinking), doc follows fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, “godmother” of the statue, in her quest to discover how sculptor Auguste Bartholdi’s dream became a reality and what the statue means to people around the world.
In advance of ABC event Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons, airing Wednesday, May 22 at 8p, getTV is running 30 eps of All in the Family (1971-1979) tonight through May 17 beginning at 7p.
Here’s a show you’ll want tickets to: Ellen DeGeneres will hand out “supersized giveaways” to deserving people and in-studio audience members in three-episode NBC holiday special, Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways. “I was so excited when NBC told me that they had truckloads of cash and expensive gifts they wanted to give me for the holidays,” said DeGeneres. “You can imagine my surprise when they said ‘No Ellen, we want you to give away truckloads of cash and expensive gifts for the holidays.’”
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That Big TV Conference / Presented by Cynopsis
September 9-10 | ThreeSixty, NYC
SESSION SPOTLIGHT > Leveraging the Branded Revolution
We’ll explore how to produce content that connects with viewers, while staying true to the brand with Jennifer Cohen, SVP of Entertainment Content Partnerships for WarnerMedia; Yosef Johnson, SVP and Head of Brandshop for Group Nine Media; Cheryl Maher, President of Consumer Division in Atlanta for Scout.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos unveiled a new moon lander, dubbed Blue Moon, last week. “It’s time to go back to the moon, this time to stay,” said Bezos at a press event in D.C., where he described future space colonies close to Earth. Tweeted Elon Musk, who is also developing rockets for space travel, “Oh stop teasing, Jeff.”
Smart speaker ownership has grown nearly 100% in a year, according to a study from the Consumer Technology Association, with 31% of households owning a smart speaker. That’s up from 8% three years ago. Home devices will have the largest gains in household adoption next year, forecasts CTA. “Americans are embracing AI tech in the home at unprecedented levels,” states Steve Koenig, VP of research, CTA. “The dramatic rise in household ownership of intelligent devices like smart speakers shows American consumers endorse the benefits and convenience of artificial intelligence and voice recognition to help them with everyday tasks.”
The allegedly unhackable USB flash drive eyeDisk, which uses iris recognition to unlock the device, was hacked by UK-based cybersecurity firm Pen Test Partners. A researcher was able to find the device’s backup password – and said the real password could be picked up even if the wrong password was entered. EyeDisk promised a fix.
Eurofins Digital Testing announced it will serve as the official test partner for the CI Plus 2.0 standard, an enhanced security system enabling manufacturers, operators and broadcasters to deliver secure content on digital TV receivers via the Common Interface and Conditional Access Module. The CI Plus 2.0 specification adds a USB-form factor, allowing consumers to receive pay-TV services by leveraging USB-based CAMs.
Tinder is planning to launch a new version of its dating app for emerging markets. The smaller version, Tinder Lite, is geared toward users short on data, bandwidth and storage. Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg told investors the app is “coming soon.”
Amazon smart speakers for children could violate federal privacy law, four senators have warned the FTC. In a letter to the commission, Sens. Ed Markey (D-Massachusetts), Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut), Richard Durbin (D-Illinois) and Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) said voice recognition technology and AI tools like Amazon’s Echo Dot Kids Edition present “significant privacy concern” that merit investigation. Amazon said the device complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
ATTN: launched a new division, ATTN: Moment, focused on original events and experiential activations. “Our strategy with Moment is to do what ATTN: does best, which is to really touch on something of importance to the audience,” said Lana Van Brunt, who heads the division that now working with brands like Esurance and Adidas. “If we can make a connection between the people we convene for these events and our mission-aligned partners, we feel like that connection will have a much longer shelf-life than perhaps just watching a video on your social feed or seeing a commercial on T.V.”
Experiential activations are one of the many ways networks and marketers are connecting with consumers. For insights and strategies on what’s working – and what’s next – register for September’s That Big TV Conference here.
Added to the cast of ABC’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in th Family and The Jeffersons: Ike Barinholtz as Meathead; Sean Hayes as Mr. Lorenzo; Amber Stevens West as Jenny Willis Jefferson; Jovan Adepo as Lionel Jefferson; Anthony Anderson as Uncle Henry; Stephen Tobolowsky as Mr. Bentley; and Jackée Harry as Diane Stockwell.
Endemol Shine International renewed MasterChef Thailand for a third season, and MasterChef Junior Thailand for a second with Heliconia H Group. Both series will air on BBTV CH7.
UK-based Magnify Media landed the fourth European format deal for Kite Entertainment reality show Fittest Family, an RTÉ Ireland original commission, from TV2 in Hungary. Magnify Media first acquired the rights to the show in 2017.
Rare TV, formed by the merger of 360 Production and ScreenCut TV, has reported its first commission, 90-minute feature-length documentary The River: A Year in the Life of The Tay, for BBC Four.
GoQuest Media Ventures inked a deal with Scandinavian distributor Eccho Rights that gives GoQuest Media exclusive TV rights for the romantic Turkish drama series Brave and Beautiful for Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda.
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Cynopsis Top Women in Media Awards Gala
September 9 | 5:45PM – 8PM | Tribeca Rooftop, NYC
Join us Monday night, September 9th to honor the outstanding contributions by women in every facet of the media industry — TV, digital/tech, esports, sports, marketing and more. These are the women making bold decisions at every level – from corporate visionaries to rising stars — driving their businesses forward.
This will be the biggest gala event celebrating women in the industry. Don’t miss out!
April was Science Channel’s highest-rated April of all time among A25-54 in Prime, with a ratings increase of 5% over last year. The two-hour Season 3 premiere of Mysteries of the Abandoned was the highest-rated Primetime telecast for the net since March 2016.
Live + Same Day Viewers AA (millions): Thursday, May 9 time period averages
Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated Live+SD
CBS: 7.78 million
Big Bang Theory 12.25, Young Sheldon 10.35, Mom 8.19, Life in Pieces 5.71, S.W.A.T. 5.08
ABC: 4.56 million
Grey’s Anatomy 6.29, Station 19 5.06, For the People 2.34
NBC: 2.67 million
Superstore 3.00, Superstore 2.52, Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.87, Abby’s 1.43, Law & Order: SVU 3.60
TELEMUNDO: 1.48 million
Exatlon 1.24, Betty en NY 1.39, Reina del Sur 1.80
FOX: 1.44 million
Paradise Hotel 1.44
UNIVISION 1.30 million
Jesus 0.95, Rosa de Guadalupe 1.21, Liga MX 1.59
CW: 0-.92 million
iZombie 1.00, In the Dark 0.84
Thursday A18-49 Ratings: CBS 1.1/5, ABC 0.9/4, NBC 0.78/4, FOX 0.5/2, TELE 0.5/2, UNI 0.4/2, CW0.21
Dentsu Aegis Network promoted Michael Law to President of Amplifi. Law was previously EVP/Managing Director, DAN, U.S. Media Investments. Dentsu’s Chief Investment Officer, Andy Donchin, was upped to Chairman of Amplifi.
Actress Peggy Lipton (Mod Squad, Twin Peaks) died at age 72 after battling cancer. The news was announced on Saturday by her daughters, Kidada and Rashida Jones.
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This Day in History: 2004 – The finale of Frasier was watched by 33 million people.
Answer to our last trivia question: What did Fox rename its morning show Fox After Breakfast in 1997 when it relaunched the series with a new host? The Vicki Lawrence Show. Kudos to: Gerry Bixenspan-TV Marketing Inc./NYC, Andy Pittman-TAMU/College Station, TX, Paul Blutter-Walk and Talk Production Rentals/Burbank, John Kukla-KDFW/Dallas, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA Federal Credit Union/Burbank, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg-M and S Entertainment/LA, Tom Moore-Kalt Productions/LA,
Today’s Trivia Question: Stephen Colbert’s fictional journalist character first appeared on which series? (Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your answer and be sure to include your name, company, city and time zone. Unofficial rules: A limit of four correct answers from each time zone will be selected.).
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – MONDAY MAY 13
ABC: The Bachelorette [p], The Fix
CBS: Big Bang Theory, Big BangTheory, The Code, Bull [f]
CW: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow
FOX: 9-1-1 [f], Paradise Hotel
NBC: The Voice, The Enemy Within
PBS: Antiques Roadshow, Antiques Roadshow, Independent Lens
Telemundo: Un Poquito Tuyo, Betty en NY, La Reina del Sur
Univision: La Reina Soy Yo [p], Por Amar Sin Ley