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In a surprise move, Charlie Corwin is exiting as co-chairman and CEO of Endemol Shine North America, leaving co-chairman and CEO Cris Abrego to fly solo. Both men had signed new deals in January. “I’ve been very fortunate to have worked alongside some of the most talented, creative people in our industry at Endemol Shine over these last three years,” Corwin said. “And I know that I’m leaving our teams here in North America and across Latin America in great hands with Cris Abrego, who is a leader in every sense of the word.” Said Abrego, “Clearly we are all going to miss Charlie, who has been a great partner since we first joined the company together.” Corwin, who leaves later this month, will continue to serve as executive producer on several Endemol Shine Studios projects.
The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against AT&T, accusing DirecTV of being “the ringleader of a series of unlawful information exchanges” to influence Cox Communications, Charter and AT&T to avoid carrying SportsNet LA. The alleged effort was intended to gain leverage in negotiations with Time Warner Cable, which wanted the pay TV companies to carry the Dodgers-owned channel. The carriage issues occurred before AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV, responded AT&T, and “the reason why no other major TV provider chose to carry this content was that no one wanted to force all of their customers to pay the inflated prices that Time Warner Cable was demanding for a channel devoted solely to L.A. Dodgers baseball. We make our carriage decisions independently, legally and only after thorough negotiations with the content owner.” AT&T just announced an $85.4 billion deal to acquire Time Warner. The suit was obtained by the LA Times.
Speaking of Time Warner the company exceeded 3Q16 earnings expectations, thanks in part to an ad sales increase at CNN amid election coverage, and Turner networks beating forecasts, with adjusted operating income of $1.2 billion, up 12.3 percent. “We had a strong third quarter, which keeps us on track toexceed our original 2016 outlook and underscores our leadership in creating and distributing the very best content,” said CEO Jeff Bewkes. As for whether the company’s creativity will suffer with the proposed merger with AT&T, “Most of creative input comes from outside the company, in partnership with us,” said Bewkes during a 3Q16 conference call, adding, “Creative partners outside the company…know that if they come here, we not only have a culture to make the best out of your project, but we have the resources and distribution ability. And now, with AT&T, an enhanced ability to innovate.”
Bewkes also said Turner’s TBS and TNT will be the cable home DC Comics movies, adding to the previously announced Star Wars films windfall. The lineup “aligns perfectly with the younger audiences these brands are drawing,” noted Bewkes.
Several members of the executive committee of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association have resigned, protesting a brand partnership with Entertainment Weekly for the next Critics’ Choice Awards, airing on A&E on December 11. “EW will have the same role as A&E in determining the Critics’ Choice Awards that we vote on NONE,” read a memo from the governing body. “EW is a promotional partner, like others we have had before. This is not the ‘EW Awards’ and it never will be. They, like all promotional media partners, are helping to build awareness of and tune-in for our CCA.”
Faced with a red-hot World Series on Fox, CBS and NBC replaced original episodes scheduled for last night with reruns. CBS swapped out an original Criminal Minds, while NBC replaced new episodes of Blindspot, Law & Order: SVU and Chicago P.D.
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David Goyer (The Dark Knight trilogy) inked a first look deal with IM Global Television. The agreement calls for Goyer to exec produce sci-fi series I, Rebel; Goyer is also developing anthology series Golden State.
LA-based Keshet Studios is partnering with Canada’s Associated Producers for a 10-hour event series about the Kabbalah, exec produced by feature film producer Robert Lantos (Remember, Barney’s Version, Eastern Promises).
Showtime grabbed Paramount Television and Jerry Bruckheimer Television’s American Gigolo to develop as a series. Neil LaBute will write the drama based on the 1980 film starring Richard Gere.
Marlowe, based on the life of an African-American private investigator, is in development at The CW. Procedural comes from Kapital Entertainment.
Bruce Helford is exiting as showrunner of new CBS comedy Kevin Can Wait, according to Deadline, reportedly due to creative difference with series star Kevin James. Helford, who co-created the show with Rick Reuben (King of Queens) and James, will be replaced by exec producer Rob Long.
Science Channel has two new series on deck for November. World’s Biggest Shipbuilders launches Thursday, November 10 at 10p, followed by Mars: The Secret Science on Monday, November 14 at 10p. Returning are What on Earth? on Tuesday, November 15 at 9p and How the Universe Works on Tuesday, November 29 at 10p.
Extreme sports, lifestyle and music net PXTV launches Extreme Life on Sunday, November 6 at 7:30p. Original series explores what motivates extreme athletes to risk their lives for sports.
Survival series Alone is back for season three on History starting Thursday, December 8 at 9p, followed by the series premiere of unscripted The Selection: Special Operations Experiment at 10p. While Alone tracks hardcore survivalists in Patagonia, Argentina, The Selection pushes participants to the limit in extreme training exercises.
Star, following three singers navigating the cutthroat music business, will premiere on Fox Wednesday, December 14 at 9p after the season 3 fall finale of Empire (in a special 8p slot). Star returns in its regular time period on Wednesday, January 4 at 9p.
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On the eve of the season 9 premiere of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta, exec producer Steven Weinstock notes Housewives franchise settings help determine their tone. “Each cast reflects the sensibilities of their community,” says Weinstock. In Atlanta, “You’ve got a big metropolis that’s very diverse, a budding music scene, and the vibe is a bit sassier, more brazen.” Series returns Sunday, November 6 at 8p. For more from Weinstock, including whether the series is really unscripted, check out the latest Cynsiders.
Grammy winners Pentatonix will host their first holiday network special on Wednesday, December 14 at 8p on NBC. The one-hour event will include appearances by Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson, among others. The a capella group won season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off.
Stephen Colbert’s Live Election Night: Democracy’s Series Finale: Who’s Going to Clean Up This Sh*t?, airing November 8 on Showtime, will be repeated as Friday’s Late Show on CBS next week.
The season 2 finale of A&E’s 60 Days In airs tonight at 9p. Has the show, which sends innocent volunteers into prison to gather evidence on what’s happening behind bars, had an impact on the system? “After two phases of the experiment, we’re starting to see many needed changes being implemented at Clark County Jail and at correctional facilities across the country,” Greg Henry, Lucky 8 TV co-president and exec producer, tells Cynopsis. “60 Days In has given us the rare opportunity to create television that’s compelling to viewers and also serves as an instrument of reform.”
Don’t have the stomach for current election coverage? Dan Rather is hosting a political movie marathon on HDNET Movies (sister to AXS TV, home of Rather’s The Big Interview) on Sunday, November 6 starting at 2p. The newsman will share stories from his days covering the White House, including a security breach involving a peacock.
PIX11 is all fired up about its airing of the Yule Log this year. Tribune’s New York flagship station will air the original 1966 version of the log as a one-hour presentation on Christmas Eve, 50 years after its debut, and again on Christmas morning. The 1966 version, filmed at Gracie Mansion, aired through 1969 until the tape degraded. A new Yule Log was filmed in 1970 as a replacement, and has aired ever since. The original was discovered over the summer by PIX11’s digital director and archivist.
Disney has three holiday musical specials in the works, originating from Disney World and Disneyland. The shows will be presented on ABC and Disney Channel as well as branded digital platforms.Julianne Hough (Grease: Live) and brother Derek Hough (Hairspray Live) will host The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration on Thanksgiving, November 24 at 8p, as well as The Disney Parks’ Magical Christmas Celebration on Sunday, December 25 at 9a. Stars of Descendents 2 will host and perform on Disney Parks Presents: A Descendants Magical Holiday Celebration on Disney Channel Friday, November 25 at 8p. On each special, the wishes of families will be granted as part of Disney’s “Share the Joy” campaign to inspire the spreading of goodwill.
Up next on Nat Geo WILD’s “Savage Kingdom” programming event: special Destination WILD: Feast of the Grizzly (gulp) on Sunday, November 6 at 9p
A Thanksgiving weekend marathon of all ten episodes of Versailles will follow the Ovation costume drama’s finale on Saturday, November 19 at 10p. Marathon runs Friday, November 25 through Sunday, November 27, starting each night at 10p.
NBC is following its telecast of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 24 with the 15th Annual National Dog Show Presented By Purina from noon-2p. John O’Hurley (Seinfeld) returns as host, with an assist from behind-the-scenes reporters Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir.
Holliday Granger landed the female lead in BBC One limited series Cormoran Strike, focused on a war veteran who operates a London detective agency.
Kamar de los Reyes (Salt) will recur on season 4 of Fox drama Sleepy Hollow, returning in 2017.
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Alternate viewing platforms are on the rise, but TV still commands 89 percent of total video time, according to the Video Advertising Bureau’s “State of Digital Video” report, and 8 out of 10 viewing minutes are spent with live TV programming. The study also notes 12 million fewer P2+ are doing less video viewing on their computers. Smartphone video reach, on the other hand, was at its highest level, with 156 million P18+ users in 2Q16, up from 132 million the year before.
Netflix renewed Longmire for a sixth and final season, launching in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand in 2016. The Western was picked up by Netflix after three seasons on A&E.
It’s live! Turner service FilmStruck features a streaming library targeting movie lovers. Jennifer Dorian, GM of TMC and FilmStruck, explains the U.S. jump into SVOD here.
Food Network had the number 2 ranking in social views in the food category for October, gobbling over 745 million video views for the month. On Sunday, October 30, Food claimed the most social video views, besting longtime leader Tastemade, according to Tubular Labs.
People.com is launching a 12-part video series featuring “original thinkers, innovators, craftspeople, risk-takers and artisans” across the U.S. Sponsored by Advil, American Doers premieres Tuesday, November 1 at 10a.
Bravo continued its expansion into the digital space with the launch yesterday of short-form digital video series Bravo After Hours, hosted by Carrie Keagan (Big Morning Buzz with Carrie Keagan) covering “Bravolebrities.” Launching later this year will be The Last Thing, featuring guests talking about the last thing they texted, ate, listened to, etc.; video postcards Bravo’s Midday Getaway, and Vandersnap Rules, a Snapchat-ized Vanderpump Rules.
Also continuing a march into digital, E!News announced freeSTYLE, the brand’s first Facebook Live series, streaming as an eight episode weekly series with beauty tips and tricks. With launch partner Ulta Beauty, “freeSTYLE” kicks off Thursday, November 3 at 8p on E!’s Facebook page.
The Donald Trump campaign announced Wednesday that it was running three ads during last night’s World Series Game 7 on Fox. “We are excited to take our message directly to the millions of sports fans watching,” said the campaign. The Clinton camp also booked three last-minute ads. While the market price for a 30-second spot had topped $500,000 for the ratings scorer, broadcasters are required to give candidate the lowest unit rate leading up to an election.
While political advertising didn’t reach expected levels in 3Q16, it was enough to contribute in part to increased revenues for Sinclair Broadcast Group (up 27.5 percent to $635 million), TEGNAa (up 23.4 percent to $502 million) and Graham (up 25 percent to $112.4 million). Retrans lifts also factored into the upswings.
According to the IAB’s Internet Advertising Report, Internet advertising revenues in the U.S. rose 19.1 percent in the first half of 2016 versus the same period last year, to $32.7 billion. Social advertising totaled $7 billion, up from $4.4 billion in the first six months of 2015. “These half-year revenues are a testament to the role of digital screens – especially mobile screens – in consumers’ increasingly connected lives,” said Randall Rothenberg, president and CEO, IAB. “Marketers and brands clearly recognize the innate power of digital to offer immersive experiences and secure real-time engagement.”
TEGNA launched a business focused on OTT advertising, offering local and regional advertisers access to premium long-form episodic content. The pitch: Premion aggregates ad inventory from over 80 OTT inventory sources, offering advertisers a one-stop-shop transaction that reaches cord-cutters and audiences spending more time watching OTT content. With most OTT providers, ads will run either 15 or 30 second, in fast-forward disabled, pre-roll and mid-roll pods.
Quebec media and entertainment group Attraction signed an agreement to acquire production company CMJ Productions. Specialized in producing factual series, Montreal-based CMJ Productions boasts a catalogue featuring more than 550 hours of productions.
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It was another easy win for Fox Tuesday night – if not for the Cleveland Indians – as Game 6 of the World Series scored 23.4 million viewers, up a whopping 75 percent over last year’s Game 6 and the best since 1997.
Opposite baseball, NBC newcomer This Is Us delivered an impressive 8.4 million total viewers and a 2.3 rating among A18-49, down a mere one tenth versus last week.
Last week’s The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo ranked as the highest rated episode of the season to date among P18-49, earning 1.8 million in the demo in Live+3 (up 4 percent versus the prior week’s episode), 2 million P25-54 (up 2 percent) and 3.1 million total viewers (up 1 percent).
Scripps Networks Interactive nets had a treat this month. October 2016 was HGTV’s highest rated October primetime among P25-54, with almost 22 million total viewers each week during the month. Food Network tied for No. 9 in primetime cable for October among P18-49 and tied for No. 7 among W18-49. Travel Channel saw its 12th consecutive month of year-over-year growth among W25-54, and its 9th straight month of growth among P25-54. DIY Network posted double-digit year-over-year growth among P25-54 (up 22 percent) and W25-54 (up 39 percent) in October. Cooking Channel boasted its highest rated and most watched October on record among P25-54 and W25-54, and Great American Country celebrated double-digit year-over-year growth in primetime, with a 26 percent increase among P25-54, a 41 percent lift among W25-54, and a 43 percent jump among P25-34.
Bounce TV posted double digit gains in key demos for October, up 77 percent in the delivery of P18-34, up 91 percent in W18-34, rising 34 percent in P18-49, up 46 percent in W18-49, 16 percent among in P25-54 and 25 percent in W25-54 versus October 2015, and was a top 5 network in the prime delivery of African Americans P18-34 and W18-34 in ad-supported cable.
Late Night Weekly Averages Live + SD the week of October 24
NBC: Tonight Show 3.141 million total viewers, .83/4 A18-49
CBS: Late Show 2.535 million total viewers, .46/2 A18-49*
ABC: Jimmy Kimmel Live 2.274 million total viewers, .49/3 A18-49
*Friday’s Kimmel was an encore
Will Somers was upped to Executive Vice President, Head of Research, Fox Broadcasting Company. Most recently, Somers was SVP, Head of Research for the network.
Mike Nelson has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Communications at CBS Television Stations. Nelson has served as VP of Communications since 2006.
Sol Doten joined Ovation as Vice President, Content Distribution Marketing. Doten had been VP, Communication for Fox Networks Group.
Actor Don Marshall died October 30. He was 80. Marshall appeared on TV shows including Star Trek, Julia and Bewitched.
This Day in History: 1911 – The Chevrolet Motor Car Co. was founded.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2016
ABC: Grey’s Anatomy, Notorious, How to Get Away with Murder
CBS: The Big Bang Theory, The Great Indoors, Mom, Life in Pieces, Pure Genius
CW: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supernatural
FOX: Rosewood, Pitch
NBC: Superstore, The Good Place, Chicago Med, The Blacklist
PBS: This Old House Hour, The Guilty [r], Antiques Roadshow [r]
Telemundo: Silvana Sin Lana, Sin Senos Si Hay Paraiso, Senora Acero 3: La Coyote
Univision: Despertar Contigo, Vino el Amor, El Color de la Pasion
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