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LIFETIME SLEIGHS THE HOLIDAYS
WITH STAR-STUDDED CASTS AND 23 NEW MOVIES
It’s A Wonderful Lifetime begins November 21 with new movies all season long, starring:
Toni Braxton, Melissa Joan Hart, Tia Mowry-Hardict, Tatyana Ali, Vanessa Lachey, Hilarie Burton,
Megan Hilty, Kyla Pratt, Jasmine Guy, Sarah Drew, Beverly Mitchell, and many more!
Reuniting cast members from fan favorite shows:
One Tree Hill, Sister, Sister, 7th Heaven, The Cosby Show and A Different World
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Future of Media and Entertainment Report
The Times has just published “How Content Producers Can Be Their Own Netflix,” a contribution to Raconteur’s Future of Media and Entertainment report.
Read it and see how Netflix keeps beating the competition.
IN THE NEWS
Fox News and NBC News are among the thirteen media organizations that issued a joint statement supporting CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration for revoking the White House press credentials of correspondent Jim Acosta. Said Jay Wallace, president of the Fox News, a frequent supporter of Trump, “Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized.” CNN requested a restraining order to have Acosta’s credentials restored; the government contends it “was lawful” to bar Acosta.
In an initial hearing yesterday, during which CNN and Acosta alleged the suspension violates the First and Fifth Amendments, CNN attorney Theodore Boutros called the suspension “the definition of arbitrariness and capriciousness,” and asked, “Where are the standards? Rudeness is not a standard. If it were, no one could have gone to the press conference.”
In another lawsuit filed in February, over President Trump’s move to terminate special protections shielding certain immigrants from deportation, lawyers are seeking unaired footage from The Apprentice during which the then-TV host “uses racial and/or ethnic slurs.” Subpoenas have been issued to MGM Holdings and Trump Productions; Trump has maintained no such tapes exist.
PBS announced its Winter/Spring 2019 schedule. Among the highlights: the season three premiere of Masterpiece’s Victoria on Sunday, January 13, at 9p, followed by two-part special, Victoria and Albert: The Wedding at 10p. Another royal two-parter, Margaret: The Rebel Princess, premieres Sunday, February 10, at 10p. Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. does double duty, as host of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., launching season five on Tuesday, January 8, at 8p, and limited series Reconstruction: America After the Civil War, arriving Tuesday, April 9, at 9p.
Irin Carmon, co-author of “Notorious RBG” and a writer on legal and gender issues, is now a contributor to CNN. The net’s Brian Stelter announced the news in his newsletter.
MTV is going wild again, bringing “MTV Spring Break” back to Cancun in 2019 with performers, surprise celebrity guests, and thousands of (maybe-not-on-their-best-behavior) young people. In a nod to the current cultural climate, the net will also concurrently host alternative Spring Break events for young activists who use their free time to give back. The news comes on the heels of MTV’s acquisition of SnowGlobe Music Festival, an expansion of its live events business.
Univision announced 3Q18 financial results that included a decrease in total revenue of 17%, to $628 million, and operating income down 34%, to $231 million, but a double digit gain in subscriber revenue. The numbers were impacted by headwinds including Univision’s carriage dispute with Dish, the World Cup’s impact on advertising, lower ratings and the 2018 Televisa PLA rate increase, said CEO Vince Sadusky, who sounded rosier about the future. “Our teams are rededicated to the Company’s core mission of serving Hispanic America and with many structural and organizational changes now in place, I am optimistic about our strategy going forward,” he said. “We have a great base to build from.”
Breakthrough With Dr. Steve Perry landed a limited run on Fox Television Stations. The syndicated talker from CBS Television Distribution, starring educator and advocate Perry, will get a two-week try-out beginning January 7 in eight markets. “We think Breakthrough has potential,” said Frank Cicha, SVP of Programming for Fox TV Stations. “And being able to present it in January, when there isn’t much going on in syndication, makes it that much more compelling. Our goal is to deliver fresh programming year-round.”
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PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
Crime drama Red Stick, from Matt Tolmach (Venom), bestselling author Patricia Cornwell and Sony Pictures Television, landed a script commitment plus penalty from NBC. Story centers on a coroner who relocates to Baton Rouge after the death of her father.
Dad Vs. Father, a comedy from Kurt Braunohler, Cedric the Entertainer and his A Bird and A Bear Entertainment and CBS Television Studios, has been put in development at CBS, reports Deadline. Project focuses on new parents moving in with the husband’s formerly deadbeat dad.
Amazon Studios inked a production deal with Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Television calling for eight thematically connected films in the thriller genre, to air on the Amazon Prime Video service. “Jason Blum has built an empire based on fear, shock and all things spinetingling,” said Head of Amazon Studios Jennifer Salke. “He has redefined the horror genre for fans who are hungry for high concept scares…. We can’t wait to see the nightmares he brings direct to service for our Prime Video global audience.”
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Two series based on George R.R. Martin’s “Wild Cards” books are in development at Hulu. Andrew Miller (The Secret Circle) will write and produce the Universal Cable Prods. project, set in the aftermath of an alien virus.
ABC is developing a comedy from comedian Dusty Slay, Chadd Gindin (Santa Clarita Diet) and ABC Studios, inspired by Slay’s childhood growing up in an Alabama trailer park.
Amazon picked up season six of its longest-running original series, procedural Bosch, ahead of the arrival of season five, slated to make its debut in 2019. What’s the rush? “Bosch is a customer and critical favorite and Amazon Prime members are fans of this long-running series that delivers strong storytelling, complex characters, and exceptional performances,” said Albert Cheng, co-head of television for Amazon Studios.
NEW & RETURNING SERIES
A&E’s The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta premieres Thursday, January 10, at 9p. The franchise extender follows Atlanta detectives unraveling gruesome crimes. Lead-in is 60 Days In, which returns the week before, on January 3 at 10p.
Season 23 of ABC’s The Bachelor premieres January 7 at 8p, with Bachelorette also-ran and ex-NFL player Colton Underwood handing out the roses this go-round.
Lifetime’s American Beauty Star returns Wednesday, January 2, at 10p. Superstar model Ashley Graham joins as host this season; judges include supermodel Christie Brinkley, Cosmopolitan’s Leah Wyar and photographer Yu Tsai.
NBC game show Deal or No Deal is being revived on CNBC, starting Wednesday, December 5, at 8p and 9p. Howie Mandel will be back as host and exec producer, as contestants try grab the $1,000,000 briefcase.
FFA Today launches on RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel Monday, January 7, at 7p. Weekly program will feature students living the youth organization’s motto of “Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, and Living to Serve.”
Bounce original series Last Call makes its debut Monday, January 7. Comedy hails from Bobbcat Films and Roger Bobb (Tyler Perry’s House of Payne).
Viewers will get eyewitness accounts of life-and-death police work in ID’s Body Cam, a new series premiering Tuesday, November 27, at 10p. In the premiere episode, a domestic dispute in Ohio turns into a deadly shoot-out, and a rookie is forced to pull his weapon on a busy highway.
Discovery will go live at an ancient sinkhole 46 miles off the coast of Belize for two-hour global special Discovery LIVE: Into The Blue Hole on Sunday, December 2, at 4p. Exploration team includes businessman/philanthropist Sir Richard Branson; explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau; and Erika Bergman, the submersible’s pilot.
Young Sheldon’s Iain Armitage (Sheldon), Lance Barber (George) and Montana Jordan (Georgie) will make cameos on a December episode of CBS’s The Big Bang Theory. Sibling series are both exec produced by Chuck Lorre.
NOVA: World’s Fastest Animal takes a look at the peregrine falcon (nearly three times as fast as a sprinting cheetah) on Wednesday, November 21, at 9p on PBS.
Bounce premieres its first Original Movie, A Stone Cold Christmas, on Sunday, November 25, 9p. Demetria McKinney (Saints & Sinners) stars as a shrewd businesswoman/horrible boss forced to deal with past decisions.
Always at The Carlyle, a documentary feature bringing to life untold stories from the legendary NYC hotel, premieres on Starz on Monday, December 3, at 9p.
Among the holiday specials on tap at NBC: A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 21, at 9p; A Legendary Christmas with John and Chrissy on Wednesday, November 28, at 8p; and Deal or No Deal: Happy Howie Days on Monday, December 3, at 10p, two days ahead of the series premiere (see above) on CNBC.
Two-hour doc Dirty John, The Dirty Truth, a companion to Bravo’s upcoming scripted anthology Dirty John, debuts on Oxygen in January. Bravo series launches Sunday, November 25, at 10p.
ID’s Body Cam gives viewers an eyewitness look at the life-and-death decisions in police work, starting Tuesday, November 27 at 10p. First episode covers a domestic dispute that turns into a shoot-out, and a rookie forced to pull his weapon on a busy highway.
Gina Carano (Deadpool) has joined the cast of Disney’s upcoming Star Wars series, set to air on upcoming streaming service Disney+.
Altice USA’s cross-screen targeted advertising company, a4, has launched Athena, a platform for targeted ad campaign planning and execution, improving on a4’s Total Audience Platform. It uses the same audience data set across both TV and digital to analyze consumption patterns and determine optimal placement between screens; audience sets become more granular, leveraging TV viewership data and custom onboarded CRM files aimed at enabling more precision in planning.
Holding companies Interpublic Group, Omnicom, Publicis Groupe, WPP and MDC Partners have been notified by the Department of Justice that the probe into the commercial production practices and possible bid-rigging of their subsidiaries is over. No action has been taken against the companies. The investigation started in 2016.
The ANA announced the launch of the Center for Brand Purpose, aimed at helping marketers create purpose-driven, strategic programs and solutions. The center will provide guidance and education, including case studies, playbooks, videos and research, to help maximize marketers’ understanding of purposeful marketing and its significance to driving brand growth.
Fremantle has launched scripted podcast start-up Storyglass, to commission and develop original ideas from storytellers. Out of the gate are projects Director’s Cut (wt), about a haunted Hollywood film set, and Baby It’s Cold Outside, focused on a man struggling with homelessness trying to have a special day with his son. “Podcasting is a great space to develop and test new ideas with audiences, and the market is wide open for imagination-grabbing drama series,” said Storyglass Creative Director Robert Delamere.
Constance Zimmer (UnReal), Mike Colter (Luke Cage) and Joe Manganiello (True Blood) narrate scripted true crime podcast The Angel of Vine. Created by Oliver Vaquer (Jane the Virgin) and former WME voice director Ryan Martz, the 10-parter offers a fictional account of an unsolved murder mystery.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham is ditching her syndicated radio show in favor of a podcast. “Working late nights and early mornings has taken a toll on my family life,” explained Ingraham of making the jump. “Plus, my radio audience is smart, savvy and committed, and I know most will follow my new show in the format that is revolutionizing the audio world – digital podcasting.” The Laura Ingraham Show is slated to launch in January, hosted by PodcastOne.
Netflix ordered a second season of Explained, reports Deadline. Weekly short-form series from Vox explores a wide range of global topics.
Content from A+E Network channels including A&E, History, Lifetime and FYI is now available on Android TV. Full episodes and clips from shows such as Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, Vikings, and Tiny House Nation can be found on new apps for each individual brand, available to download on NVIDIA Shield, Mi Box, Sony BRAVIA Android TV, Sharp AQUOS Android TV, and ASUS Nexus Player.
While over half of millennials reported they have decreased their social media usage over the last year, only a quarter of those surveyed by MFour Mobile Research said they were not comfortable sharing personal data for a more personalized digital experience. When it comes to shopping, 62% in the demo are Amazon Prime members, and two-thirds conduct research online for serious purchases.
The DOJ and SEC are looking into whether Snap misled investors before its 2017 IPO. “It is our understanding that these regulators are investigating issues related to the previously disclosed allegations asserted in the class action about our IPO disclosures,” said a statement from Snap. “While we do not have complete visibility into these investigations, our understanding is that the DOJ is likely focused on IPO disclosures relating to competition from Instagram.”
Google announced a new integration with Google Assistant: new alarms featuring the voices of characters from Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The alarms also play signature music and share jokes, facts, words of encouragement and other messages.
Jam City inked a deal with Disney to develop mobile games based on Pixar and Disney Animation franchises. The agreement calls for Disney to sell its popular Emoji Blitz game to Jam City, and for Jam City to take over Disney’s games studio group in Glendale, CA.
Connekt was awarded a patent for technology allowing audiences to research and purchase items they see on TV and video. The technology, already being used by brands, networks and agencies, enables viewers to purchase via devices including phones, remote controls and voice-activated assistants.
CBS Studios International inked a deal with Chinese streaming platform iQIYI for The Late Late Show with James Corden. It’s the first time the talker will be available, with current and past episodes, in China.
Global Content Hub by Zee struck a co-production deal with Nigerian agency MACE and Multimedia Group, a broadcaster from Ghana whose channels Joy Prime and Adom TV will air Deceptive Measures.The drama series, currently in production, is a remake of popular Indian series Pavitra Rishta.
Love Nature 4K, a joint venture with Blue Ant Media and Smithsonian Networks, announced new distribution deals across Latam. Among the deals is a series of video-on-demand launches in Brazil via Love Nature 4K’s streaming video service.
Nat Geo Kids in Latin America has licensed a trio of series from 9 Story Distribution International, including animated series Let’s Go Luna!, The Diary of Bita and Cora and seasons 3 and 4 of Finding Stuff Out. The deal covers broadcast rights for Latin America, including Brazil, and the Caribbean.
GRB Studios signed a multi-year licensing and distribution deal with Black TV and will be a partner in the recently announced African pay TV channel broadcast via Starsat, South Africa. The channel features original African series, movies, music, documentaries and non-scripted shows.
Viasat World drama channel Epic Drama has launched in Turkey. Turkcell’s TV brand TV+ has onboarded the channel and SVOD service, where it will join Viasat Explore and Viasat History.
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Ratings for the Today hour that used to be anchored by Megyn Kelly have risen since Kelly’s exit, boosted to 741,000 among A25-54 (up 10%) and 2.52 million viewers (up 4%) versus Megyn Kelly Today’s last week on the air. The show was canceled by NBC on October 26, after Kelly made remarks about wearing blackface on Halloween.
And the winner is…The E!’s People’s Choice Awards reached 4.1 million total viewers and 1.8 million among A18-49 on Sunday across NBCUni sibs E!, Bravo, Syfy, Universo and USA. E!’s airing delivered the youngest-skewing audience ever for the show, with an audience composition 4x more concentrated with A18-34 viewers than last year’s telecast on CBS, as well as E!’s biggest live digital video audience ever, with 3 million live streams.
Hallmark Channel movie It’s Christmas, Eve on Saturday ranked as the top cable program of the day across households (3.9 rating) and all key demos, with 4.2 million total viewers and 739,000 W25-54. The show out-delivered the Big Four in the 8p-10p timeslot among HHs, W18-34, W18-49, W25-54 and total viewers.
Monday’s debut of Butterbean’s Café scored Nickelodeon its highest-rated preschool series debut since the 2013 launch of PAW Patrol, averaging a 4.6/456,000 with Kids 2-5 (+27% year-over-year) and 1.3 million total viewers (+55%). A PAW Patrol special nabbed the series its highest ratings with Kids 2-5 in over a year, and was the number-one telecast for the day, averaging a 7.3/727,000 Kids 2-5 (+125%) and 2 million total viewers.
Tuesday’s Season 6 premiere of The Curse of Oak Island on History ranks as the network’s #1 season premiere year-to-date among key demos, delivering 2.9 million total viewers, 1.2 million A25-54 and 855,000 A18-49.
WE tv’s Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars ended season eleven up +20% among A25-54, up +16% among W25-54 and up +11% among W18-49 and total viewers versus the season premiere.
SHAREABLEE Video Power Index: Top 10 U.S. Primetime TV Shows for the week of week of November 5, 2018
Program, VPI, Video Actions, Video Views, Total Actions
Riverdale (CW) 2439, 4.8M, 614K, 9.5M
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 1033, 942K, 4.4M, 1.6M
The Walking Dead (AMC) 756, 2.6M, 7.3M, 5.6M
Ridiculousness (MTV) 652, 462K, 2.7M, 463K
American Horror Story (FX) 538, 191K,, 123K, 593K
Supernatural (CW) 394, 360K, 792K, 742K
Jersey Shore (MTV) 282, 229K, 5.1M, 603K
E! News (E!) 249, 530K, 201K, 15.6M
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABF) 246, 487K, 16M, 490K
Legacies (CW) 235, 583K, 103K, 974K
Based on Shareablee’s Video Power Index, which combines viewing, consumer interactions and audience scale across all active platforms and includes the video performance of primetime TV shows.
NIELSEN SOCIAL CONTENT RATINGS: Top Series and Specials by Total Interactions for the week of November 5, 2018
Program/Total Interactions (000), Facebook (000), Intagram (000) Twitter (000)
People’s Choice Awards (E!) 5267, 50, 3437, 1780
WWE Monday Night RAW (USA) 1753, 164, 1385, 205
Riverdale (CW) 149, 13, 1003, 481
WWE Smackdown! (USA) 1235, 78, 954, 203
The Walking Dead (AMC) 724, 12, 546, 166
Dancing With the Stars (ABC) 489, 19, 411, 58
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 474, 23, 397, 54
Nuestra Belleza Latina (Univision) 433, 32, 398, 2
Saturday Night Live (NBC) 308, 5, 143, 160
Dancing With the Stars Juniors (ABC) 279, 4, 256, 19
Source: Nielsen. Interactions are a measure of total relevant U.S. social media activity grossed across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter from three hours before through three hours after broadcast, local time. Includes new/live primetime and late fringe programming only.
Live + Same Day Viewers AA (millions) Tuesday, November 13, 2018 time period averages
Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated Live+SD
CBS: 9.66 million
NCIS 12.33, FBI 9.12, NCIS: New Orleans 7.54
NBC: 7.77 million
The Voice 8.80, This Is Us 8.46, New Amsterdam 6.05
ABC: 4.41 million
The Conners 6.90, The Kids Are Alright 4.70, black-ish 4.06, Splitting Up Together 2.89, The Rookie 3.96
FOX: 2.37 million
The Gifted 1.97, Lethal Weapon 2.78
CW: 1.33 million
The Flash 1.71, Black Lightning 0.94
Univision: 0.98 million
Jesus 1.1, Mi Marido tie Mas Familia 0.97, Amar a Muerte 0.92
Telemundo: 0.79 million
La Sultana T 0.85, Falsa Identidad 0.91, Senora Acero 0.63
Tuesday A18-49: NBC 1.5/7, CBS 1.1/5, ABC 1.0/5, FOX 0.6/3, UNI 0.5/2, CW 0.5/2, TELE 0.4/2
Katherine MacGregor, best known to TV audiences as Harriet Oleson on Little House on Prairie, died November 13. She was 93. “She was outspoken and hilariously funny,” posted Little House co-star Melissa Gilbert.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15
ABC: Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, How to Get Away with Murder
CBS: Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Mom, Murphy Brown, SWAT
CW: Supernatural, Legacies
FOX: NFL Football
NBC: Superstore, The Good Place, Will & Grace, I Feel Bad, Law & Order: SVU
PBS: This Old House Hour, Poldark on Masterpiece [r], Antiques Roadshow [r]
Telemundo: La Sultana, Falsa Identidad, Senora Acero
Univision: Latin Grammy Awards 2018