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NBC is following up its The Sound of Music Live! special (18.6 million viewers) with a live performance of Broadway musical Peter Pan on December 4, announced NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt at the TCA. Sound of Music Live! producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are onboard. Greenblatt also announced another event program: mini-series The Slap, about how a child getting slapped turns into a court case, plus Wizard of Oz reboot Emerald City.
Ellen DeGeneres topped the new Harris Poll list of America’s favorite TV personalities. It was the second year in a row the talk show/upcoming Oscars host was number one, and third time overall. Mark Harmon (NCIS) took second place, followed by Jon Stewart (The Daily Show), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) and Jay Leno (The Tonight Show).
Not everything’s coming up roses for The Bachelor. At an ABC party on Friday night, Juan Pablo Galavis told The TV Page he didn’t think the dating show should feature a gay or bisexual bachelor, explaining that gay people are “more pervert in a sense.” An audio of the interview was later posted online. Saturday, ABC issued a statement saying the comments were “thoughtless and insensitive, and in no way reflect to views of the network, the show’s producers or studio.’ Galavis posted an apology on his Facebook page saying he had misused the word “pervert” because English is his second language. “What I meant to say,” wrote Galavis, “was that gay people are more affectionate and intense and for a segment of the TV audience this would be too racy to accept.’ Galavis also apologized to GLAAD, and announced plans to meet with gay and lesbian families. The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8p.
After his TCA panel last week, CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker said of his plans to freshen the news net, “The key for us is to make sure we remain true to what CNN is. We can’t look for a quick fix and we can’t look for a partisan show. What we’re looking for is smart, intelligent, CNN-branded programming that also has some passion… Things take time and they often happen by accident.”
ABC is cutting short low-performing drama Killer Women. Mind Games, originally scheduled to debut Tuesday, March 11 at 10p, will take its time slot two weeks early, on February 25, elbowing Women – which opened to a .9 A18-49 rating, and earned .7 its second week – off the lineup.
As Aereo prepares for its day in Supreme Court to battle broadcasters who label its service copyright infringement, the streamer-of-over-the-air TV launches in the Cincinnati area. That makes Aereo’s service available in 11 cities, including NYC, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Salt Lake City, Houston, Dallas, Detroit, Denver, and Baltimore.
Asked at the TCA on Friday what he thought about Fox‘s decision to ditch pilot season, ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee said, “I am a gradualist.” While acknowledging that the net is “moving forward,” Lee said that when he was in the U.K., he was an overseas admirer of a system that produces so much in such a short period of time.
Swimming against the tide, Showtime entertainment president David Nevins wasn’t as enthusiastic as some at the TCA were about limited series. “I think it’s an interesting trend,” Nevins acknowledged Thursday, but “I still think the best thing for us is to get shows that we can really get people in love with then bring them back… I believe fundamentally in renewable resources.”
BET and ICON MANN, championing the accomplishments of Black men, are partnering for a Black History Month initiative that tells one personal story each day of a contemporary trailblazer. 28 Men of Change will air as 2-minute vignettes on BET and Centric; additional content, including interviews and videos, will be offered on BET.com.
A leaner cast will make for a better show, Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek said at the TCA. “We get to focus a little bit more on our existing characters because we’ve scaled back a little,” explained Kapnek of dealing with the departures of Rex Lee and Alan Tudyk. “We delve deeper into their backstories.” ABC comedy airs Wednesdays at 8:30p.
Will Smith will be the first guest, and U2 the first music guest when The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premieres Monday, February 17 on NBC. As for “Starring” replacing “With” in the late night talker’s title, Fallon explained at the TCA, “It’s glamorous. It’s Hollywood. It’s kind of fun.”
Seth Meyers‘ first guest as host of NBC‘s Late Night will be Amy Poehler, announced Meyers at the TCA. Meyer, who starts his run Monday, February 24, leaves his Saturday Night Live Weekend Update chair after the February 1 show.
NBC‘s Bob Greenblatt revealed at the TCA Sunday that Poehler’s Parks and Recreation would get a seventh season renewal, but was candid about the net’s struggling Thursday comedy lineup. “We’re, obviously, not happy about a .6 for any show and especially for Michael J. Fox,” said Greenblatt. “It is a real, real uphill battle.”
Upcoming Fox drama Rake is giving potential viewers a free ride. Now through Thursday, January 23, the net is promoting the show via a partnership with car service Uber that hands out 200 rides a night for people who follow @FOXTV on Twitter and use the #dontjudge hashtag. Rake, starring Greg Kinnear as a criminal defense lawyer prone to bad behavior, premieres January 23 at 9p.
NBCUniversal and investment company ING U.S., Inc. launched a cross-portfolio, multi-platform initiative focused on financial education. The program will run on-air and online across NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC, NBCSN, Golf Channel and USA. Today will engage viewers using the #TodayMoney hashtag beginning Wednesday, January 22, and TODAY.com and CNBC.com’s Your Money, Your Future will feature reports and interactive elements focused on personal finance.ING U.S. ads will highlight the company’s “Orange Money” retirement assets campaign.
Top 10 Weekend Box Office Estimates: January 17 – January 19, 2014
|Ride Along (Universal)||$41.2 million||opening weekend|
|Lone Survivor (Universal)||$23.2 million||4 wk total $74.0 million|
|The Nut Job (Open Road)||$20.6 million||opening weekend|
|Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Paramount)||$17.2 million||opening weekend|
|Frozen (Disney)||$12.0 million||9 wk total $332.6 million|
|American Hustle (Sony)||$10.6 million||6 wk total $116.4 million|
|Devil’s Due (20th Century)||$8.5 million||opening weekend|
|August: Osage County (The Weinstein Group)||$7.6 million||4 wk total $18.2 million|
|Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)||$7.5 million||4 wk total $90.3 million|
|Saving Mr. Banks (Disney)||$4.1 million||6 wk total $75.4 million|
New Esquire docu-series Friday Night Tykes explores the intense world of Texas youth football – but it’s not about the game. “It’s about parenting,” exec producer Matt Maranz tells Cynopsis. “Every parent wants what’s best for their kids, and we’ve set up the youth sports system to help accomplish that. But how much is truly benefitting our kids? How hard should we push our kids? How young is too young? I think the series will resonate with Esquire’s audience because it actually joins a conversation already in progress.” Show airs Tuesdays at 10p.
ABC announced the premiere date for new medical drama Black Box, about a neurologist hiding the fact that she’s bipolar. The Bold Films Television production debuts Thursday, April 24 at 10p.
NBC isn’t just counting on events to boost ratings. The net’s new Chicago PD will cross over with Law & Order shows as well as mother ship Chicago Fire, revealed exec producer Dick Wolf at the TCA. And Parenthood exec producer Jason Katims said that show will mix it up with his upcoming About a Boy, premiering Friday, February 21 at 10:30p.
Hallmark is airing a Valentine’s Day movie marathon, starting with Cupid at 12p and running through 12a on Friday, February 14.
On the heels of Halloween special Toy Story of TERROR! delivering 10.5 million viewers in October, ABC announced Pixar animated Christmas special Toy Story That Time Forgot. Cast includes Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Wallace Shawn, Don Rickles and Timothy Dalton.
Nature introduces a hybrid animal that moves through North American communities unnoticed. A wolf/coyote combo, the carnivorous coywolf has made its way from the Northern Ontario wilderness to cities via railway tracks. Meet the Coywolf offers details Wednesday, January 22 at 8p on PBS (check local listings).
The Hallmark Movie Channel premiere of The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler, starring Anna Paquin and Marcia Gay Harden, airs Monday, February 3 at 9p. Jesse Stone: No Remorse, with Tom Selleck and Kathy Baker, has its HMC cable premiere Sunday, February 16 at 9p. On Saturday, February 15, the net is running a Hallmark Hall of Fame Collection marathon from 9a-5a, with favorites including Sarah, Plain & Tall and The Russell Girl.
ABC‘s Dancing with the Stars comes back for season eighteen on Monday, March 17 at 8p, with Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet once again on hand to host.
The Devils Ride launches season three on Discovery with two rival motorcycle clubs Monday facing a serious ultimatum. Series from BHE TV returns Monday, February 3 at 10p.
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Kyle Chandler will star in an untitled Netflix thriller, about a family dealing with secrets and scars when the black sheep oldest brother returns home, reports Deadline.
Brandon Jones (CSI) has been cast in Fox‘s untitled Tina Fey comedy, about a women’s college going co-ed.
Winners of 2014 SAG Awards, presented Saturday night, include:
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Michael Douglas (Behind the Candelabra)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Helen Mirren (Phil Spector)
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey)
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Ty Burrell (Modern Family)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series: Cast of Breaking Bad
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series: Cast of Modern Family
On Sunday, the PGA awards were handed out. In addition to a first-time ever tie between 12 Years a Slave and Gravity for best movie, winners were:
Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama: Breaking Bad
Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy: Modern Family
Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television: Behind the Candelabra
Outstanding Sports Program: SportsCenter
Outstanding Children’s Program: Sesame Street
Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television: Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
Outstanding Producer of Competition Television: The Voice
Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment and Talk Television: The Colbert Report
CBS, home of the 2014 Grammy Awards, is getting daytime viewer tune-in with special Grammy-themed editions of The Price Is Right and Let’s Make a Deal on Friday, January 24. On Price, Kathy Griffin will present a Grammy showcase that includes tickets to the show; Deal contestants will have their knowledge of Grammy trivia tested, with the chance to win tickets. Music awards fest airs Sunday, January 26 at 8p.
The Grammys will be seen across the globe, announced distributor Alfred Haber Inc. Among the channels carrying the event: Channel 4 (UK), WOWOW (Japan), D17/Canal Plus (France), Fox International Channel (Asia), Viacom 18 (India), Shanghai Media Group (China), M-Net (Africa), TV 2 (Turkey), NetMedia (Indonesia) and Ren-TV (Russia).
NBC ordered Katherine Heigl drama State of Affairs to pilot. Heigl will star in the Universal Television project as a CIA officer.
Judge Alex will exit syndication after it finishes season nine, Stephen Brown, EVP of programming and development for Fox Television Stations, confirmed to Broadcasting & Cable. The Twentieth Television court show averaged a 1.6 live plus same day rating the week ending January 5.
Pivot and Univision acquired exclusive TV rights to Cesar Chavez documentary Cesar’s Last Fast. The show will premiere simultaneously in English and Spanish on the two nets.
Shark Tank once again was tops in A18-49 on Friday with a 2.1 rating in early numbers, helping score ABC an average 1.7 to win the night in the demo.
CBS led Friday night in total viewers with 10.6 million. The net was second in A18-49 (preliminary 1.5 rating), with Undercover Boss up two tenths (1.6).
Nat Geo had its highest-rated hour in history on Saturday night. The Incredible Dr. Pol broke network records, hitting a 1.0 HH rating (597,000 HH delivery) and a .6 among P25-54 (357,000), delivering 858,000 total viewers P2+. “We could not be more thrilled,” said Geoff Daniels, the net‘s GM and EVP. “I can truly say the best is yet to come this season.”
Thursday A18-49 Analysis: FOX won the most A18-49 viewers Thursday with 3.9/12, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. The premiere of Fox’s American Idol averaged 3.6/12 to win at 8p, followed by a 2.4 average for CBS comedies Big Bang Theory and The Millers. Idol jumped to 4.2/12 at 9p; Univision’s Que Vida Me Robo came in second with 1.6/4. At 10p, Univision jumped to the top spot with 1.3/4 for Que Pobres Tan Ricos, with NBC’s Parenthood and a repeat of ABC’s Shark Tank sharing second place with 1.2/4.
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Thursday, January 16, 2014 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
|CBS||7.5/12||Big Bang Theory 12.0/19, The Millers 8.0/13, The Crazy Ones 5.9/9, Two and a Half Men 5.9/9, Elementary 6.4/11|
|ABC||2.6/4||The Taste 3.0/5, The Assets 2.0/3|
|NBC||2.3/4||Community 2.2/4, Parks and Recreation 2.1/3, Sean Saves the World 2.1/3, Michael J. Fox Show 2.0/3, Parenthood 2.8/5|
|UNI||1.9/3||Por Siempre Mi Amor 1.8/3, Que Vida Me Robo 2.2/3, Que Pobres Tan Ricos 1.6/3|
|FOX||1.5/2||Sleepy Hollow [r] 1.5/2, Sleepy Hollow [r] 1.6/2|
|ION||1.0/2||Law & Order: CI .8/1, Law & Order: CI 1.1/2, Criminal Minds 1.1 /2|
|TELE||.9/1||Marido en Alquiler.9/1, Reina Sur 1.0/2, Santa Diabla .7/1|
|CW||.6/1||Vampire Diaries [r] .6/1, Reign [r] .6/1|
|UMA||.4/1||Cinemaplex Thur .4/1, Cineplex 1 .3/1|
A18-49: FOX 3.9/12, CBS 1.6/5, UNI 1.3/4, ABC 1.0/3, NBC 1.0/3, TELE .7/2, CW .4/1, ION .3/1, UMA .2/1
Susie Kricena was promoted to Senior Vice President, Program Acquisitions at Comedy Central. Kricena was previously Vice President, Program Acquisitions.
ITV Studios upped Brian Zagorski to Senior Vice President of Current and Programming. Zagorski joined ITV in 2007 as Executive Director of Development.
STARZ promoted Kevin Kasha to the position of Head of Acquisitions. Previously, Kasha was Anchor Bay Entertainment‘s Executive Vice President of Worldwide Acquisitions and Co-Productions.
9 Story Entertainment promoted Tanya Green to Vice President, Production. Green had been the company’s Head of Production.
Roy Garber, who starred in A&E reality series Shipping Wars, died January 17 of a heart attack. He was 49. “We are deeply saddened by the loss of a member of the A&E family,” the net posted on Facebook on January 18.
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ABC: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs, Trophy Wife, Killer Women
CBS: NCIS [r], NCIS: Los Angeles [r], Person of Interest [r]
CW: The Originals, Supernatural
FOX: Dads, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, The Mindy Project
ION: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds
MyTV: Bones, Bones
NBC: The Biggest Loser, Chicago Fire
PBS: American Experience [r], Salinger: American Masters
Telemundo: La Impostora, La Reina del Sur, Santa Diabla
UMA: Red Water, Freelanncers
Univision: Por Siempre Mi Amor, Lo Que la Vida Me Robo, Que Pobres Tan Ricos
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