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IN THE NEWS
The 2019 midseason schedule for CW is starting to gel, with new series Roswell, New Mexico arriving Tuesday, January 15, at 9p, and Black Lightning shifting to Mondays after Arrow starting Monday, January 21, at 9p. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns to Mondays in April after the season two finale of Lightning. New series In the Dark is currently slated to debut on Thursdays after Legacies completes its first full 16-episode season, and Jane the Virgin will return for its final season on Wednesday nights in the spring once All American wraps.
Former NFLer Tim Tebow will host upcoming CBS competition series Million Dollar Mile, currently in production in LA. Joining Tebow as sports commentators are Matt “Money” Smith, the voice of the LA Chargers, and ESPN reporter Maria Taylor. Contestants on the show, from exec producer LeBron James, brave a challenging course as they vie for a $1 million prize.
MTV is expanding its global live events business into the U.S. with the acquisition of SnowGlobe Music Festival, the annual three-day outdoor New Year’s Eve event in South Lake Tahoe, California. “With SnowGlobe, MTV is taking the natural next step in its resurgence by expanding deeper into live events, as we continue to reach our fans and capitalize on our strong brand in new ways,” said Chris McCarthy, President of MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo. “In a festival space where many events have become indistinguishable, SnowGlobe stands out with a unique mix of music, sports, and art.”
After Fox Business Network senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino reported that “pressure is mounting on the Department of Justice to investigate alleged antitrust violations committed by Comcast,” President Trump weighed in. Gasparino said that the American Cable Association sent a letter demanding an investigation, citing “substantial competitive harm” Comcast provided to consumers, prompting Trump to tweet that the ACA “has big problems with Comcast” and that the 2011 Comcast-NBCU merger has “much more potential for damage to consumers” than the AT&T/Time Warner deal. Comcast responded to the ACA’s letter, saying it is without merit “and constitutes an inappropriate attempt to gain leverage in the commercial marketplace.”
Cinedigm Media struck a content partnership with Bridgestone Media Group for family-friendly programming for its faith-based Dove Channel. The deal includes 60 titles.
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PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
Digital studio Portal A has greenlit two pilots, part of a program aimed at bringing show formats directly to fans. “Some of the most groundbreaking series in recent memory – from Insecure to Broad City – have come as a result of creative talent bypassing the traditional gatekeepers and taking an idea directly to the audience,” said Nate Houghteling, EP at Portal A. Pilots include horror/comedy Hey Guys, told in Instagram format, and Alt Web, a docu-series dedicated to stranger-than-fiction stories born on the Internet.
Marti Noxon (UnReal, Sharp Objects) struck an overall deal with Netflix to produce new series programming through her Tiny Pyro. The streamer also gets a first-look option on feature projects. “Her work is often both brave and vulnerable, with a distinct voice, sense of humor and tone that is uniquely her own,” said Cindy Holland, VP, Original Content. [Lynn: Capping to match elsewhere]
HBO has a comedy in development starring and produced by David Spade, reports Deadline. Series centered on a former grunge musician/heroin addict now working as a waiter comes from Diablo Cody and her Vita Vera Films, and Jason Reitman and his Right of Way.
NEW & RETURNING SERIES
CBS All Access gave a straight-to-series order for true crime drama Interrogation. Each episode is taken from an interrogation in real police files and aimed at turning the viewer into a detective. All of the first nine episodes will be available to watch in any order. “Interrogation pushes the boundaries of what a television series can be with its truly unique format,” said Julie McNamara, EVP, Original Content [Lynn: note” Uc here], CBS All Access. “It’s also a series that could only be executed with the technical capabilities of a streaming service.”
Guest judges for season four of VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars include Ellen Pompeo (Grey’s Anatomy), Jenifer Lewis (black-ish), country music singer/songwriter Kasey Musgraves, Frances Bean Cobain, SNL’s Cecily Strong and Felicity Huffman (American Crime), among others. Next round begins Friday, December 14, at 8p.
Lifetime is starting off the new year with the two-hour season eight premiere of Married at First Sight, on Tuesday, January 1, at 9p, following a matchmaking special at 8p. Also making comebacks: The Rap Game, returning for season five on Thursday, January 10, at 9p, and Bring It!, launching season six on Thursday, January 17, at 10p.
Pure, a drama set in the Mennonite community and focused on a man trying to shield his family from a crime syndicate, makes its debut on WGN America on Wednesday, January 23, at 10p.
truTV’s Those Who Can’t returns for season three on Monday, January 14, at 10p. The net’s first scripted project follows a high school faculty more inept that the kids they teach.
Wall Street Journal editor-at-large Gerry Baker is headed to Fox Business Network. WSJ At Large with Gerry Baker will air Fridays at 9:30p, starting November 30, and feature industry leaders “impacting Wall Street, Washington and business in America,” said the net.
Oprah Winfrey Special: Michelle Obama airs Thursday, November 15, at 8p on OWN. An extended unedited version of the conversation between Winfrey and the former First Lady will be available on Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations podcast the same day, with part two available November 19. The interview will also be streamed on Facebook on Sunday, November 18, at 11a.
In more Michelle Obama news, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel gets the first late-night visit from the author of Becoming. Obama first appeared on the show six years ago.
One-hour special Big Questions, Huge Answers with Jon Dore premieres Monday, December 3, at 11:30p on Comedy Central. Canadian comedian Dore workshops “creative, if foolhardy” solutions to the threats of cyberbullying and predatory teachers.
ID special A Murder in Mansfield explores the 1989 murder case of Noreen Boyle, in which a 12-year-old boy’s testimony helped convict his dad. 26 years later, Collier Boyle returns to confront his imprisoned father.
A little Netflix magic: Holiday episode Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale arrives on the streaming service Friday, December 14. The series’ 10-episode first season dropped October 26.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee special Holiday on I.C.E.! airs Wednesday, December 19, at 10:30p on TBS. Bee will be joined at New York’s PlayStation Theater by special guests including skating superstar and Olympic medalist Adam Rippon.
Some like it hot: NASA’s Mission to the Moon: Parker Solar Probe tracks the most comprehensive effort yet to understand the sun. Science Channel special premieres tonight, Tuesday, November 13, at 10p.
Nationally syndicated personality Bobby Bones, Sharna Burgess (Dancing With the Stars), model/actress Olivia Culpo, Mackenzie Foy (The Nutcracker and the Four Realms), country artists Kane Brown, Jimmie Allen, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood and Carly Pearce, singer/actor Dennis Quaid, Lionel Richie, actor Noah Schnapp, and actress and producer Rita Wilson are set to present at The 52nd Annual CMA Awards, airing live from Nashville Wednesday, November 14, at 8p on ABC.
Three-time Olympic Gold hockey star Jennifer Botterill scored a job on the MSG Networks [Lynn: Okay without possessive apostrophe?] broadcast team as a studio analyst for about 20 New York Islanders telecasts, starting with the Islanders/Canucks game tonight on MSG+.
YouTube’s creator economy is endangered by the EU’s efforts to revise its copyright directive, which holds internet companies directly responsible for any copyright infringement in the content shared on the platform, said YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki in a blog post Monday. “While we support the goals of article 13, the European Parliament’s current proposal will create unintended consequences that will have a profound impact on the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of people,” writes Wojcicki. “The parliament’s approach is unrealistic in many cases because copyright owners often disagree over who owns what rights. If the owners cannot agree, it is impossible to expect the open platforms that host this content to make the correct rights decisions.”
Barbra Streisand and Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro are onboard the movement to #SaveFilmStruck, WarnerMedia’s streamer of classic, independent, cult and art house films that’s set to fold on November 29. Turner and WB Digital Networks said, in explaining the shuttering, that while FilmStruck has a very loyal fan base, “it remains a niche service.” Argues Kevin Bahr, creator of the petition, on Change.org, “This was not about creating the next Netflix of Hulu, this was about preserving the art of film from all walks of life through the years.” At press time, the petition was about to hit 50,000 signatures.
Students who cut their daily use of Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram to ten minutes per day in a recent study from the University of Pennsylvania experienced significant declines in loneliness and depression. “It is ironic, but perhaps not surprising, that reducing social media, which promised to help us connect with others, actually helps people feel less lonely and depressed,” said the study.
Many users found themselves unable to access or post to Facebook services including WhatsApp and Instagram at one point on Monday. The cause was a routine test, explained Facebook. “We quickly investigated and restored access for everyone,” said Facebook.
Outdoor Sportsman Group has partnered with Africam.com, a website and online platform promoting conservation and awareness, to provide a live look into the native habitat of African wildlife. Live coverage can be viewed on OutdoorChannel.com.
Football stars past and present Jerry Rice, Steve Young, Harris Burton, Ronnie Lott and Marshawn Lynch are appearing in PSAs supporting Common Sense’s #DeviceFreeDinner campaign. “Research shows that kids and adults alike feel addicted to their devices, and our need to constantly check them undermines family connections,” said James P. Steyer, founder and CEO of Common Sense, a nonprofit dedicated to helping kids thrive amid media and technology. “Family interaction, including eating meals together, is critical for children’s social and intellectual development.”
Addressing the growing popularity of podcasts and streaming music services, Oath is adding programmatic audio inventory to its Oath Ad Platforms technology unit, allowing for real-time targeting and contextual targeting. SoundCloud and TargetSpot will be the inventory sources for the product.
Imran Kahn, former chief strategy officer Snap, plans to launch an online commerce startup next year, reports Recode. Unlike Amazon, the platform would likely focus on specialized product categories.
Classic movie and TV streaming service The Film Detective inked three new partnerships, teaming with Kit Parker Films, VCI Entertainment and Independent International Pictures to add more than 1,000 new titles. The Film Detective is available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and all iOS devices and available to stream for free, with ads, on app platforms and online,
A+E Networks and AMC Networks are beta-testing Comscore Campaign Ratings, a program launched in September with 12 media brand partners. “As consumers are engaging with History, Lifetime and A&E programming across multiple platforms, it is important that we understand and measure the impact of advertising,” said Don Robert, EVP, research at A+E Networks.
Hannah James (Mercy Street) will recur on CW’s Supergirl as Nia Nal’s older sister, and Kate Burton (Scandal) will guest-star as Nia’s mother….
London-based UK-China media group Media Pioneers signed key Chinese deals for kids’ properties The Moe Show and Pop Up and drama series Taboo. Online retailer Alibaba will air the three shows on its digital platform, while Youku has picked up the rights to all three series for broadcast this year.
Turkish Radio and Television’s international news platforms, TRT World and TRT Arabi are partnering with OTT mobile entertainment platform OONA, which rewards viewers with a virtual currency for watching and sharing content. The deal means TRT World and TRT Arabi are now available to 185 million OONA subscribers across Indonesia.
Amazon is adding anime offering FunimationNow to its line-up of Prime Video Channels, becoming the first Sony Pictures Television service to launch on Prime Video in the UK. [Lynn: U.S. was pointed above; U.K. likewise?]
Discovery is launching a new STEM shop under its new brand extension, Discovery #Mindblown, at the FAO Schwarz flagship store, opening November in NYC. The line features gender-neutral STEM-based edutainment toys created with Merchsource.
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ABC’s Becoming Michelle – A First Lady’s Journey with Robin Roberts on Sunday drew 5.5 million total viewers, a +34% boost in the time period versus the week prior and a season high in the hour.
TVision Primetime Cable and Broadcast Attention Index for October, Live +SD.
Blackish (ABC) 139.0
9-1-1 (Fox) 133.6
Last Man Standing (Fox) 124.3
Mom (CBS) 122.9
The Kids Are Alright (ABC) 122.0
The Guest Book (TBS) 137.0
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days (TLC) 134.9
The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo) 134.0
E! News (E!) 134.0
The Challenge (MTV) 133.8
TVision measures actual eyes on screen attention from an opt-in panel of 7500 people at 2000 U.S. households, second by second with privacy-safe facial recognition technology.
SHAREABLEE SOCIAL TV RATINGS: Top 10 U.S. Shows Overall by Engagement for the week of November 5, 2018
Program, Total Actions (millions), Total Content, Actions per Content (000), Fans/Followers (millions)
Ellen DeGeneres (Warner Bros./synd.) 15.3M, 133, 115, 166.9
E! News (E!) 15, 7774, 19, 34.2
Riverdale (CW) 9.2, 76, 121, 11.1
The Walking Dead (AMC) 5.1, 131, 39, 49.1
The Daily Show (Comedy) 2.1, 135, 16, 17.7
Today (NBC) 1.7, 747, 2, 12.8
TMZ (Warner Bros./synd.) 1.6, 1066, 2, 15.4
Entertainment Tonight (CBS/synd.) 1.6, 714, 2, 7.6
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 1.6, 44, 35, 32.8
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC) 1.4, 72, 19, 12.1
Based on Total Actions (reactions, comments, shares and retweets)
Tunity Analytics Top 5 Weekly National Out-of-Home Viewer Ratings for Primetime News Programs the week of November 5, 2018
Program, OOH Viewers (000)
Election Coverage 8-11p (CNN) 903
Election Coverage 8-11p (Fox News) 882
Election Coverage 6-8p (CNN) 881
60 Minutes (CBS) 749
Election Coverage 6-8p (Fox News) 630
Tunity Analytics Top 10 Weekly National Out-of-Home Viewer Ratings for Entertainment Programs on ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX the week of November 5, 2018
Program, OOH Viewers (000)
Saturday Night Live (NBC) 308
God Friended Me (CBS) 253
The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 176
Young Sheldon (CBS) 144
Manifest (NBC) 136
Dancing With the Stars (ABC) 125
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) 121
Chicago Med (NBC) 119
Survivor (CBS) 118
NCIS: LA (CBS) 116
Source: Tunity Analytics. Viewing estimates are derived from Tunity mobile app usage. OOH Viewer impressions are calculated using Tunity Analytics proprietary estimation model.
Live + Same Day Viewers AA (millions) Friday, November 9, 2018 time period averages
Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated Live+SD
CBS: 7.63 million
MacGyver 6.48, Hawaii Five-0 7.50, Blue Bloods 8.93
FOX: 4.57 million
Last Man Standing 6.33, The Cool Kids 4.55, Hell’s Kitchen 2.83
ABC: 2.60 million
Fresh Off the Boat 3.09, Speechless 2.43, Child Support 2.19, 20/20 2.68
NBC: 2.48 million
Blindspot 2.70, Midnight, Texas 1.95, Dateline 2.80
UNIVISION: 0.89 million
Jesus 0.99, Mi Marido tie Mas 0.85, Ama a Muerta 0.82
TELEMUNDO: 0.73 million
La Sultana 0.69, Falsa Identitad 0.81, Senora Acero 0.68
CW: 0.53 million
Dynasty 0.64, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 0.42
Friday A18-49: FOX 1.0/5, CBS 0.7/3. ABC 0.5/2, NBC 0.5/2, UNI 0.4/2, TELE 0.4/2, CW 0.2/1
Turner promoted Kimberly Page to Senior Vice President, Turner Brand Communications. Page joined Turner in 2017 as VP, Corporate Communications.
Comcast Spotlight appointed Megan Latham to the new role of Vice President, Customer Experience. Latham was most recently Global Head of Client Service and Revenue Operations for Bloomberg’s Media Group.
Anne Mensah is leaving her position as Head of Drama for UK’s Sky and joining Netflix as Vice President, Content. She starts at the streamer in 2019.
Nick Bell is exiting his position as Vice President, Content at Snap. “This experience has been incredibly rewarding and an absolute blast,” said Bell, who joined the company five years ago. “I leave now with amazing memories, many lifelong friendships, and a huge amount of excitement for the future of Snap.”
Sony Pictures Television tapped Nina Lederman to serve as Executive Vice President of Global Scripted Development and Programming. Lederman had been EVP, Scripted Programming at All3Media.
Marvel Comics editor and publisher Stan Lee died November 12. He was 95. Among the many characters Lee created or co-created were Black Panther, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Daredevil. “Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created,” said Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, which purchased Marvel in 2009.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13
ABC: The Conners, The Kids Are Alright, black-ish, Splitting Up Together, The Rookie
CBS: NCIS, FBI, NCIS: New Orleans
CW: The Flash, Black Lightning
FOX: The Gifted, Lethal Weapon
NBC: The Voice, This Is Us, New Amsterdam
PBS: We’ll Meet Again [p], Native America, Native America [f]
TELEMUNDO: La Sultana, Falsa Identidad, Senora Acero
UNIVISION: Jesus, Mi Marido Tiene Mas Familia, Amar a Muerte