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Good morning.It’s Monday, February 24, 2014, and this is your first early morning briefing.

Tonight’s Premieres:

AXS TV: The Big Interview at 8p

Golf: Big Break Florida at 9p, In Play with Jimmy Roberts at 10p

History: Cryptid: The Swamp Beast at 10p

NBC: The Voice at 8p, Late Night with Seth Meyers at 12:35p

TNT: Dallas at 9p, Private Lives of Nashville Wives at 10p

Tonight’s Finales:

Telemundo: Santa Diabla at 10p

TLC: Cake Boss at 9p

The Television Academy announced several changes that will bring more nominees – and winners – to the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards table. The Miniseries and Movie category will be split into two separate categories (they were consolidated three years ago); reality shows will be split into Structured (i.e. Mythbusters, Antiques Roadshow) and Unstructured (Pawn Stars, Duck Dynasty) Programs; the Voice-Over category will be split between Narrator and Character performances; the number of nominees for writing, directing and performing in the Miniseries/Movie category will go from five to six; the “2% rule” for close votes will allow for the possibility of seven nominees in the comedy and drama series categories, and Technical/Camerawork/Video for Series will be classified as an area award with the possibility of one or more than one award. This year’s award ceremony airs Monday, August 25 at 8p on NBC.


NBC is bringing back Heroes (2006-2010) as a 13-episode event miniseries for 2015. “Shows with that kind of resonance don’t come around often, and we thought it was time for another installment,” said NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke, adding that creator Tim Kring is onboard. The production “will appropriately be shrouded in secrecy,” said Salke, “but we won’t rule out the possibility of some of the show’s original cast members popping in.” Heroes Reborn will be introduced as a digital series ahead of the miniseries launch.

The crowd-funded Veronica Mars movie will be available to rent or buy on March 14, the same day it’s released in theaters. According the Wall Street Journal, Warner Bros. skirted around the usual 90-day window policy by renting 260 AMC screens for the theatrical release. Said creator Rob Thomas on Kickstarter, “The most important goal was always to make sure that every backer would be able to see the movie as soon as possible.”

Brooke Burke-Charvet announced via Twitter that she’s been bounced as co-host of Dancing with the Stars. “Weird day… Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS… ME.” Burke-Charvet was the winner of season seven of the ABC dance competition and joined as co-host with Tom Bergeron for season ten. Brooke-less season 18 launches Monday, March 17.

NBC issued a straight-to-series order for 13 eps Shades of Blue, starring and exec produced by Jennifer Lopez. The cop drama, from Universal Television, Nuyorican Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions, is slated for the 2015-16 season.

Amazon is now including preroll ads ahead of Amazon Prime Instant Video “pilot season” programs (Amazon users help decide which pilots make it to series), starting with Geico. As the presenting sponsor, the car insurance giant has a banner on the landing page and 15-second ads before non-children’s shows. “We’re testing and learning,” Amazon VP, global advertising sales Lisa Utzschnieder told AdAge. “It’s pretty early days, and we’re looking at all video formats. We’re focused on creating a great experience for our customers.”

Dan Rather will receive a lifetime achievement award at the Banff World Media Festival in June. Said the veteran CBS News anchor, “For one who began his life’s work in the print and early electronic era of journalism, to now receive special recognition from an international organization on the cutting-edge of the digital age is both an honor and a humbling experience.” Rather is currently host of Dan Rather Reports on AXS-TV, Mondays at 8p.

Hulk Hogan is coming home. The wrestler/actor/singer/reality star will appear on WWE‘s Monday Night Raw tonight, coinciding with the launch of the WWE’s streaming network; later that night, Hogan will appear on WWE Network‘s WWE Raw Backstage Pass. He’ll also host WrestleMania 30 on Sunday, April 6. Hogan, who started on the WWE in 1979, moved to WCW competitor TNA in 2009.

First Lady Michelle Obama will speak at a screening of Lifetime‘s The Trip to Bountiful today at 4p, as part of Black History Month. The TV movie, based on the Broadway revival of the Horton Foote play, premieres Saturday, March 8 at 8p.

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank took to the airwaves Friday to address the criticism of the U.S. Olympic speed skating team’s “Mach 39” uniforms, made by Under Armour, which were replaced with an older model after the U.S. failed to medal in their first six events. Plank told the CBS This Morning co-hosts, “We gave the athletes every advantage… It didn’t translate to the success we wanted but you know, there’s lots of things that lead to that.” Plank added that Under Armour is “already looking forward,” with a new eight-year deal to renew its sponsorship.

Top 10 Weekend Box Office Estimates:February 21-23, 2014

The Lego Movie (Warner Bros.) $31.5 million, 3 wk total $183.2 million

3 Days to Kill (Relativity Media) $12.3 million, opening weekend

Pompeii (Sony) $10.0 million, opening weekend

RoboCop (Sony) $9.4 million, 2 wk total $43.6 million

Monuments Men (Sony) $8.1 million, 3 wk total $58.4 million

About Last Night (Sony) $7.4 million, 2 wk total $38.1 million

Ride Along (Universal) $4.7 million, 6 wk total $123.2 million

Frozen (Disney) $4.4 million, 14 wk total $384.1 million

Endless Love (Universal) $4.3 million, 2 wk total $20.1 million

Winter’s Tale (Warner Bros.) $2.1 million, 2 wk total $11.2 million


Americans who’ve hit rock bottom are shown life through a different lens during a three-day “wildlife intervention adventure” with survival expert Tim Medvetz. Nat Geo series Going Wild premieres with back-to-back eps on Monday, March 3 at 8p.

Penguins have a cushier time of it on Nat Geo WILD, as the net chronicles the efforts of SeaWorld Orlando to construct an elaborate home for the Antarctica birds in sunny Florida. Building Penguin Paradise, from Arrow Media, premieres Sunday, March 2 at 10p

Oxygen has three premieres set for March: season two of Naomi Campbell modeling competition The Face launches Wednesday, March 5 at 10p; docu-series Chasing Maria Menounos makes its series debut Tuesday, March 18 at 10p, followed by new stars-in-disguise show Celebrities Undercover at 10:30p.

On January 1, Colorado became the first state to allow the sale of marijuana for recreational, and CNBC will report on the scores of businesses hoping to cash in. Marijuana in America: Colorado Gold Rush premieres February 26 at 10p.

Sportsman Channel is prepping for turkey hunting season with special episodes of original series, Avian-X TV. Talkin’ Turkey Presented by Avian-X airs March 3-7 at 7p, including a March 6 show with Blake Shelton. The Voice coach will also be on hand to live tweet with host Matt Morrett and NASCAR drivers Clint Bowyer and Elliott Sadler during the ep. Twitter handle: @MattMorrett.

A&E‘s Beyond Scared Straight, a docu-series that tracks the experiences of at-risk teen forced to spend a day in jail, returns for season six on Friday, February 28 at 10p.


Christian Borle (Smash) will star in NBC comedy pilot Lifesaver, about two opposites bound by a donated kidney, from Universal Television and TBD Entertainment.

Molly Shannon has been cast in an ABC comedy pilot from Sony Television and Olive Bridge Productions. The Saturday Night Live vet will play the wife of a man who ditches city life to run tourist cottages in New Hampshire.

Dominick Lombardozzi (Boardwalk Empire) and Eva Amurri Martino (Californication) have been added to the cast of ABC comedy The Winklers, reports Deadline. The 20th Century Fox Television production is based on star Henry Winkler‘s relationship with his son-in-law.


Media Rights Capital is playing hard ball with the state of Maryland, halting production plans for season three of Netflix drama House of Cards, pending approval of tax credits. In a letter to the Governor posted by the Washington Post, the production company warned, “In the event sufficient incentives do not become available, we will have to break down our stage, sets and offices and set up in another state.” For Cards’ first season Maryland reimbursed MRC over $11 million in tax credits, and up to $15 million for season two.

Landscape Entertainment CEO Bob Cooper announced the company has extended its first look deal with eOne Television, with a focus on projects for cable.


Winners of the NAACP Image Awards, held Saturday, include Actress in a Drama Series Kerry Washington (Scandal), Actor in a Drama Series LL Cool J (NCIS: Los Angeles), Actor in a Comedy Series Kevin Hart (Real Husbands of Hollywood), Actress in a Comedy Series Wendy Raquel Robinson (The Game), Drama series Scandal, Comedy Series Real Husbands of Hollywood, Talk Series Steve Harvey, Documentary Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic, Writing in a Comedy Series Vincent Brown (A.N.T. Farm), Writing in a Dramatic Series Janine Sherman Barrois (Criminal Minds), Directing in a Comedy Series Millicent Shelton (The Hustle), Directing in a Dramatic Series Regina King (SouthLand), Reality Series Iyanla: Fix My Life and Variety Series or Special Black Girls Rock!.

Among those taking home awards from the Costume Designers Guild Awards on Saturday were Caroline McCall (Downton Abbey), Ellen Mirojnick (Behind the Candelabra) and Tom Broecker (House of Cards).

Behind the Candelabra took home the trophy for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing at Saturday’s 50th Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards.


Cox customers who receive beIN SPORTS USA can now access the net’s live streaming platform at www.beinsportsplay.tv for soccer and other international sports featured on the net’s linear programming, as well as other live events.


Amazon is retooling its business in the U.K. and Germany to more closely follow the strategy used in the U.S. Lovefilm Instant has been renamed Amazon Instant Video, with video streaming part of an Amazon Prime membership. Price tag: $130, with a special $81 launch offer.


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Friday’s U.S. versus Canada Olympics hockey match-up was NBCSN‘s highest-rated hockey game ever, with a 2.7 household rating/8 share and an average 3.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen live + same day fast nationals. The prior week’s U.S.-Russia game scored 2.6; both beat any Stanley Cup finals games in the net’s history.

The Olympics glow helped NBC Sunday morning show Meet the Press secure its second straight win on February 16. Versus last year, NBC was up 16 percent in total viewers and 28 percent in the news demo.

Fox‘s American Idol hit a series low 2.4 A18-49 rating on Thursday, according to Nielsen, down two tenths from Wednesday for the singing competition’s lowest-rated regularly scheduled episode. NBC’s Olympics score of 5.0/15 in the demo matched Wednesday’s number.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon averaged 8.5 million viewers its first week, the NBC late nighter’s best showing since the week of the Cheers series finale 1993.

CBS This Morning: Saturday was up 9 percent year-to-year among viewers on February 15, according to Nielsen, with 1.9 million viewers in live plus same day.

Best Ink helped boost Oxygen Media to its most-watched Wednesday of the year in prime with F18-49, P18-49 and P18-34. Ink delivered a season high among F18-34, up six percent from the week prior. Season finale of the tattoo competition series airs Wednesday, February 26 at 10p.

Broadcast Morning News Shows  Weekly Average Ratings(week of February 10, 2014)

NBC: Today 6.13 million total viewers; 2.1/14 and 2.51 million A25-54

ABC: GMA 5.97 million total viewers; 2.0/13 and 2.34 million A25-54

CBS: CBS This Morning 3.30 million total viewers; 1.0/6 and 1.34 million A25-54

Source: Nielsen, NTI

Broadcast Sunday Morning News Shows(February 16, 2014)

NBC: Meet the Press 3.58 million total viewers; .1.14 million A25-54

CBS: Face the Nation 3.13 million total viewers; .955,000 A25-54

ABC: This Week 2.74 million total viewers; .759,000 million A25-54

FOX: Fox News Sunday 1.15 million total viewers; 375,000 million A25-54

Source: Nielsen, NTI

Thursday A18-49 Analysis: NBC won the most A18-49 viewers Thursday with 5.0/15 for Olympics coverage, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. NBC scored 3.9/12 at 8p, followed by 2.4/8 for Fox’s American Idol (though CBS’s Big Bang Theory rerun won the first half hour with 2.6/8). NBC’s Games skated to first at 9p with 5.3/5, versus 2.1/6 for Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro. It was the same story at 10p, with NBC earning 5.6/17 and Univision sliding into second with 1.9/6 for Premio Lo Nuestro.

A18-49: NBC 5.0/15, UNI 1.9/6, FOX 1.7/5, CBS 1.6/5, ABC .8/2, TELE .4/1, CW .2/1

Live + Same Day Household Ratings:Thursday, February 20, 2014  time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

NBC: 12.2/20

Winter Olympics 12.2/20

FOX: 4.2/7

American Idol 5.8/9, Rake 2.6/4

CBS: 4.1/7

The Big Bang Theory [r] 6.4/10, Mom 4.4/7 [r], Two and a Half Men [r] 4.1/6, The Millers [r] 3.3/5, Elementary [r] 3.3/5


Premio Lo Nuestro 2.5/4

ABC: 2.1/3

The Taste 2.2/3, Scandal [r] 1.9/3

CW: .6/1

Originals [r] .6/1, Reign [r] .5/1

TELE: .6/1

Impostura .5/1, En Otra Piel .6/1, Santa Diabla .6/1


Travel Channel promoted Ross Babbit to Senior Vice President of Programming and Development. Prior to joining Travel Channel in 2012, Babbit served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of DIY Network.

Eric J. Meyrowitz will join Hearst Television Inc. as Vice President of Sales, effective March 1. Meyrowitz, who most recently was Vice President and General Manager of WPIX-TV in NYC, served as national sales manager for Hearst’s WBAL-TV in Baltimore between 1997 and 2000.

Landscape Entertainment promoted Tyler Mitchell to partner. Mitchell had been head of feature films.


Longtime NBC News anchor and foreign correspondent Garrick Utley died February 20 of prostate cancer. He was 74. Utley spent 30 years and traveled to 75-odd countries at NBC, later moving to ABC News and CNN. His memoir, You Should Have Been Here Yesterday: A Life in Television News, was published in 2000.



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Talk about a growth spurt. The children’s tablet market is bursting with an array of devices designed specifically for young handlers. Two years ago, only 8% of kids had access to a tablet at home; today that number has swelled to more than 40%.


This Day In History: 1981 – Prince Charles announced his engagement to Lady Diana Spencer.

Answer to Our Last Trivia Question: Who was the first African-American woman to be featured in a sitcom? Ethel Waters played the title role in Beulah (1950-1952). Waters quit after the first year because of the show’s stereotypical portrayal of African-Americans; Louise Beavers took over. (Diahann Carroll didn’t debut in Julia until 1968.) Kudos to: Alan Morris-Goldwing Prods./East Brunswick, NJ, Tom Moore-Kalt Productions/LA, David Garber-Linzack Publishing/Chatsworth, CA David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA/LA, Dennis Aimino-ABC/LA.

Today’s Trivia Question: Which journalist did Rory idolize, and eventually get to meet, on Gilmore Girls (2000-2007)?(Email trivia@cynopsis.comwith your answer and be sure to include your name, company, city and time zone. Unofficial rules: Only the second four correct answers from each time zone will be mentioned; and once you’ve been mentioned in any of the Cynopsis editions, you can’t be mentioned again that calendar week.).




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CBS: How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, Mom, Intelligence

CW: Star-Crossed, Beauty and the Beast [r]

FOX: Almost Human, The Following

NBC: The Voice [p], The Blacklist

PBS: Antiques Roadshow [r], Antiques Roadshow [r], Ice Warriors: USA Sled Hockey

Telemundo: La Impostora, En Otra Piel, Santa Diabla [f]

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