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Good morning.It’s Friday, December 13, 2013, and this is your first early morning briefing.
Animal Planet: Whale Wars at 9p
Discovery: Bering Sea Gold at 10p
History 2: Ancient Aliens at 10p
Syfy: Haven at 10p
HBO: 24/7 Red Wings/Maple Leafs: Road to the NHL Winter Classic at 10p
Nat Geo Wild: Mustang Millionaire at 10p
TLC: Outrageous 911! At 10p
Destination America: Monsters & Mysteries in America at 10p
Food: Cutthroat Kitchen at 10p
HGTV: White House Christmas at 8p
Nat Geo: Ultimate Survival Alaska at 9p
CBS: Survivor at 8p
E!: Total Divas at 10p
Food: Restaurant Express at 9p
Investigation Discovery: A Stranger in My Home at 10p
Lifetime: Witches of East End at 10p
Showtime: Homeland at 9p, Masters of Sex at 10p
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Ultimate Survival Alaska returns for an all-new season with an all-new challenge:
Four teams of elite adventurers will battle each other and the elements in a brutal race across the Alaskan wilderness. Some races are won…others are survived.
New Season Begins Sunday at 9/8c
Nominees for the 71st annual Golden Globes were announced Thursday. Biggest winners were HBO, with nine nods, followed by Netflix, Showtime and Starz, with six each. House of Cards (Netflix) and Behind the Candelabra (HBO) each earned four noms. The awards show airs Sunday, January 12 on NBC. Nominees in major categories are:
Best TV Comedy or Musical: Girls, Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, The Big Bang Theory, Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Best TV Drama: Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, The Good Wife, House of Cards, Masters of Sex
Best Actress in a TV Drama: Julianna Marguiles (The Good Wife), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Taylor Schilling (Orange Is the New Black), Kerry Washington, (Scandal), Robin Wright (House of Cards)
Best Actress in a TV Comedy: Zooey Deschanel (New Girl), Lena Dunham (Girls), Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation)
Best Actor in a TV Drama: Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan), Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), James Spader (The Blacklist)
Best Actor in a TV Comedy: Jason Bateman (Arrested Development), Don Cheadle, (House of Lies), Michael J. Fox (The Michael J. Fox Show), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Best Miniseries or TV Movie: American Horror Story: Coven, Behind the Candelabra, Dancing on the Edge, Top of the Lake, White Queen
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Helena Bonham Carter (Burton and Taylor), Rebecca Ferguson (White Queen), Jessica Lange (American Horror Story), Helen Mirren (Phil Spector), Elisabeth Moss (Top of the Lake)
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Matt Damon (Behind the Candelabra), Michael Douglas (Behind the Candelabra), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Dancing on the Edge), Idris Elba (Luther), Al Pacino (Phil Spector)
Aereo‘s response on Thursday to broadcasters’ petition for the Supreme Court to rule on the legality of the company transmitting local television signals to consumers via the Internet? Fine by us. “Broadcasters appear determined to keep litigating the same issues against Aereo in every jurisdiction that we enter,” said Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia. “We want this resolved on the merits rather than through a wasteful war of attrition.”
FX ordered Tyrant, about an American family in the Middle East, to series. FX Networks CEO John Landgraf said of the Teakwood Lane action drama, “Tyrant introduces characters and a world that have never been explored in a dramatic television series format. There is a reason a bidding war broke out over this project.” The show is slated for summer 2014.
HBO launched a “social media comedy roast” of Game of Thrones villain Joffrey Baratheon on December 12, aimed at continuing the conversation about the reviled character. “Join @GameofThrones’ #GoTFans today in a celebration of our love to hate King Joffrey Baratheon,” said the net’s post. Working with agency 360i, HBO reached out to show talent and celebrity fans for content, posting the best tweets on RoastJeffrey.com.
Proclaiming, “TV is dead. Long live TV,” a new report from Citi Research says it’s just a matter of time before digital delivery replaces broadcast and cable as the primary form of video consumption. “TV will migrate from the push-based delivery of linear channels over closed TV systems, to a pull-based delivery of specific shows via an app over an open system,” predicted Citigroup analysts in the report, saying Netflix is leading the charge.
The CW announced its midseason schedule. Star-Crossed premieres Monday, February 17at 8p, followed by Beauty and the Beast, which goes in hiatus after its March 10 telecast. Post-apocalyptic drama The 100 premieres Wednesday, March 19 at 9p, after Arrow. The Tomorrow People relocates to Beauty’s spot Mondays at 9p on March 17. Whose Line Is It, Anyway? returns Friday, March 21 with new eps at 8p and 8:30p; subsequent weeks will feature season one eps in the 8:30p slot. Hart of Dixie returns from a brief hiatus to a new night and time, Fridays at 9p, starting March 21.
Comedy Central‘s winter schedule includes new seasons of @midnight, Kroll Show, Workaholics, Tosh.0 and Inside Amy Schumer. The net is also premiering scripted comedies Broad City, about two pals navigating New York City, and Review, about a critic who reviews life experiences, and animated show TripTank.
It’s been 20 years since figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was clubbed on the knee weeks before the 1994 Olympic Games, in a plot masterminded by the husband of her rival, Tonya Harding, but questions remain about Harding’s complicity. ESPN takes a fresh look at the scandal, including interviews with Harding and the skaters’ coach, in The Price of Gold, premiering Thursday, January 16 at 9p.
A special edition of ABC‘s 20/20 offers a “behind-the-butler look” inside the English manor that inspired a hit period drama in Mysteries of the Castle: Beyond Downton Abbey. Anchored by Amy Robach, show airs Thursay, December 26 from 9p-11p.
The New Jersey mansion of Joseph Simmons – aka “Rev Run” from rap group Run DMC – and his wife, Justine, gets a total overhaul in DIY’s Rev Run’s Renovation. “Celebrity-driven programming has proven to be a top ratings performer for us,” Steven Lerner, SVP, programming and development, HGTV and DIY Network, tells Cynopsis. “Watching Rev Run and Justine deliberate over various aspects of their renovation makes them real and fun to watch – and anyone who has been through a home remodel can relate.” Series premieres Saturday, January 4 at 10p.
Hard partying, bar brawls and a country girl whose “two favorite accessories are her guns and her Bible” are featured in CMT‘s Party Down South. The reality show from 495 Productions (the folks who brought us Jersey Shore) premieres Thursday, January 16 at 10p.
PBS‘s Hawking offers an autobiographical account of the life of paralyzed physicist Stephen Hawking. The personal journey is told largely in Hawking’s own words, supplemented by stories from friends and fans including astronaut Buzz Aldrin, actor Jim Carrey and entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson. The Darlow Smithson Productions/PBS/Channel 4 documentary airs Wednesday, January 29 at 10p.
Science Channel can count on star power for its telecast of the 2014 Breakthrough Prizes, celebrating contributions in the science world. Kevin Spacey will host the show, with assists from Conan O’Brien, Glenn Close, Rob Lowe and Mark Zuckerberg. Special premieres Monday, January 27 at 9p.
Def Leppard steals the AXS screen on Sunday, December 29 with commentary throughout 12 hours of concerts, including the broadcast premiere of the Def Leppard: Viva! Hysteria concert at 8p.
Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, starring Jerry Seinfeld, returns for a third season on Crackle on January 2. Coffee, produced by Embassy Row, is Crackle’s most-watched original series. Guests in the past have included Ricky Gervais, Chris Rock and Sarah Silverman; a new teaser hints at visiting comics for the new season.
CBS ordered seasons 29 and 30 of reality show Survivor, with Jeff Probst signed on once again as host and exec producer. Survivor: Blood vs. Water is averaging 11.29 million viewers and 3.1 in A18-49; finale airs Sunday, December 15 at 8p.
Season three of TLC‘s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo moves to a Thursday at 9p slot starting January 16, offering a healthy lead-in to season two of Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor (formerly Welcome to Myrtle Manor).
GAC’s Farm Kings is coming back for a third season. The Stage 3 Productions docu-series about a farm family near Pittsburgh returns Thursday, December 19 at 9p.
NUVOtv announced a licensing agreement for basic cable syndication rights to Dexter. The serial killer drama finished its final season on Showtime in September; NUVOtv starts rolling out uncut eps for all eight seasons on Monday, January 13.
Program Call:Cynopsis Media will be producing its annual NATPE Shopping Guide sent to all Cynopsis and Cynopsis Kids subscribers on Thursday, January 23, 2014, the week before NATPE Market and Conference opens at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Resort. If your company is an official exhibitor at NATPE 2014, please email Lynn Leahey at: firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to submit listings.
Natalie Dormer is returning to guest on CBS‘s Elementary, when Moriarty is brought in to consult on a kidnapping case. Ep airs Thursday, January 2 at 10p.
Eddie Matos will recur on season three of Hart of Dixie as the driver for Grandma Bettie Breeland (fellow General Hospital alum Maree Cheatham), says the Hollywood Reporter. Dixie returns to CW Monday, January 13 at 8p.
NBCUniversal International Television has launched an unscripted development unit. “We’re supercharging our unscripted television business,” said SVP of factual and entertainment David Mortimer. “We are determined to be the home of the next big international format hit, and see the U.K. as the engine that drives our international television business.”
Break the Safe, which was BBC One‘s highest-rated show of the summer, is returning to the net for a second run. The Thames Scotland competition show will air Saturday nights.
Keshet International sold broadcasting rights of two of its shows to Globosat in Brazil: Prisoners of War (the format on which Homeland is based), and ambush show Deal With It.
Distributor Can’t Stop Media announced it has licensed Belgian sketch comedy That Awkward Moment to Germany’s WDR. The show has already been picked up by Netherlands’ SBS6, and ITV Studios for an Australian adaptation.
Cozi TV, the NBCUniversal channel “designed to deliver easy-to-watch, comfortable and familiar programming,’ is celebrating the season with “Holiday Week.” Holiday-themed eps of old favorites like Magnum, P.I. and The Lone Ranger, as well as holiday films Mixed Nuts, Holiday, Scrooge and A Christmas Wish, run from Saturday, December 21 through December 25.
TBS will once again present 24 hours of holiday classic A Christmas Story, starting December 24 at 8p. This is the tenth year the marathon has run on the channel; prior to 2004 it ran for seven years on sister net TNT.
The Weather Channel is gifting Prospectors fans with a Christmas marathon on Wednesday, December 25 starting at 2p, followed by a new one-hour special at 10p, and another one-hour special on Sunday, December 29 at 8p, leading into the show’s season two finale. “Our fans want as much of this series as they can get,” David Clark, president of Weather tells Cynopsis. “We thought we’d give them a little surprise Christmas gift – seeing the big paydays, and a glimpse into some of the things that happen behind the cameras that they don’t usually get to see.”
A&E‘s Duck Dynasty Christmas Special delivered 8.9 million total viewers Wednesday night, a 37 percent boost from last year’s special. The show averaged 4.6 million A24-54 (+21 percent) and 4.5 million A18-49 (+15 percent).
USA Network will finish the year as the top ad-supported cable net in total viewers P2+ (2.70MM) for an 8th consecutive year. USA boasts four of the top ten scripted series in basic cable prime: Graceland (4.01 million total viewers), Suits (5.28 million total viewers), Royal Pains (5.3 million total viewers) and Burn Notice (5.69 million total viewers).
ABC‘s Good Morning America has ranked number one in A25-54 for the last 21 weeks, its longest news demo winning streak in over 20 years. The week of December 2, the show drew 5.87 million total viewers and 2.3 million A24-54, according to Nielsen.
CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood posted gains in viewers (+7 percent, to 5.81 million from 5.41 million) and households (+five percent, 4.0/11 from 3.8/10), and was even in A25-54 (1.4/07) versus last year, according to ratings for December 8. Osgood was the number one morning news program in the categories.
Things are looking sunny for Al Roker‘s Weather Channel show. Wake Up with Al averaged 162,000 P25-54 across 5a-7a on Monday, a 105 percent increase versus prior 4-week averages (79,000). Roker tells Cynopsis, “We’re continuing to attract a strong audience based on the entertaining spin we bring to giving folks the weather before they head out for the day.” WUWA was second only to FOX & Friends in its time slot.
With the release of daytime ratings for the week ending December 2, The Young and the Restless marked 1300 weeks, or 25 years as the most-watched daytime drama, a winning streak that began the week of December 26, 1988. Season to date, the CBS soap is averaging 5.1 million viewers.
Broadcast Sunday Morning News Shows (December 8, 2013)
CBS: Face the Nation 3.63 million total viewers; .9 and 1.0 million A25-54
ABC: This Week 3.10 million total viewers; .7 and 860,000 A25-54
NBC: Meet the Press 2.40 million total viewers; .6 and 753,00 A25-54
CBS: Face the Nation-2 1.8 million total viewers; .4 and 480,000 million A25-54
FOX: Fox News Sunday 1.4 million total viewers; .4 and 477,000 A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI
Wednesday A18-49 Analysis: CBS grabbed the most A18-49 viewers Wednesday with 2.3/7, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. CBS won the 8p hour with 2.5/8 for Survivor, followed by 1.8/5 for NBC’s The Sing-Off. ABC took the 9p hour with a 2.7/8 average for Modern Family and Super Fun Night. CBS came back at 10p, scoring 1.8/5 for CSI, with ABC (Nashville) and NBC (Kelly Clarkson Christmas) tying for second with 1.4/4.
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
|CBS||6.5/11||Survivor 6.0/10, Criminal Minds 7.0/11, CSI 6.5/11|
|ABC||4.4/7||The Middle 5.1/8, Back in the Game 3.9/6, Modern Family 6.6/10, Super Fun Night 3.5/5, Nashville 3.6/6|
|NBC||3.6/6||The Sing-Off 3.7/6, Kelly Clarkson Christmas 3.5/6|
|FOX||3.2/5||The X Factor 3.2/5|
|UNI||1.6/3||Por Siempre Mi Amor 1.6/3, Que Vida Me Robo 1.7/3, Mentir Para Vivir 1.5/3|
|CW||1.4/2||Arrow 1.9/3, Tomorrow People 1.0/2|
|TELE||.8/1||Marido en Alquiler .8/1, Reina Sur .9/1, Santa Diablo .7/1|
|ION||.65/1||WWE Main Event .8/1, Flashpoint .4/1, Flashpoint.3/1|
|UMA||.3/1||Cineplex .3/1, Cineplex .2/0|
A18-49: CBS 2.3/7, ABC 1.9/6, NBC 1.7/5, FOX 1.4/4, UNI 1.3/4, CW .8/2, TELE .7/2, UMA .2/1, ION .2/0
Danielle Reardon was named Vice President, Group Account Director at 360i. Reardon had been Vice President, Group Account Director at Digitas.
USA promoted Britney Williams to Director, Program Acquisitions. Williams had been Manager, Program Acquisitions.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 2013
ABC: Last Man Standing, The Neighbors, Shark Tank, 20/20
CBS: Undercover Boss, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods
CW: The Carrie Diaries, Nikita
FOX: Bones [r], Raising Hope
ION: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds
MyTV: Monk, Monk
NBC: Dateline: NBC, Grimm
PBS: Washington Week, Charlie Rose, Silent Night
Telemundo: Marido en Alquiler, La Reina del Sur, Santa Diabla
UMA: Mexico City, Resident Evil: Damnation
Univision: Por Siempre Mi Amore, Lo Que la Vida Me Robo, Mentir Para Vivir
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