Amazon: “El Cid”
Disney+: “On Pointe”
HGTV: “You’ll Be Home for Christmas” at 10p
Netflix: “Sweet Home”
Food Network: “Feasting With the Stars” at 12p
ID: “Doomsday: The Missing Children” at 9p
TLC: “Unexpected” at 10p
CNN: “This Is Life With Lisa Ling” at 10p
DIY: “Building Alaska” at 9p
Food Network: “Candyland” at 9p
IN THE NEWS
“Condor” has flown to Epix for season two. Season one of the spy thriller from MGM Television and Skydance Television, which launched on now-defunct AT&T Audience Network, will premiere on Epix in early March, followed later in the year by its sophomore season.
“Kids Say the Darndest Things” is coming home to CBS. The show started as a segment on CBS Radio’s “House Party,” hosted by Art Linkletter, and ran from 1998-2000 on the Eye network, hosted by Bill Cosby. ABC gave the show a brief run from 2019-2020, with Tiffany Haddish as host. Haddish will return for the CBS revival. “Few things have more universal appeal and humor than the unfiltered honesty of a child, and the comedic genius of Tiffany Haddish takes that to the next level. It’s great to have ‘Kids Say’ back on CBS and part of our expanding alternative slate for 2021,” said Mitch Graham, SVP, Alternative Programming, CBS Entertainment.
Nielsen has added advertising spend by advertiser for national and local TV, as well as Spanish-language national and local TV, to its Top 10 lists. Data comes from Live+7 measurement. The top five biggest national TV advertisers in October were P&G with $164.4 million (33.6 billion impressions); Berkshire Hathaway at $126.5 million (12.9 billion impressions); Amazon at $121.9 million (10.8 billion impressions); General Motors at $99.1 million (5.4 billion impressions); and Progressive at $95.9 million (7.4 billion impressions). The top five local TV advertisers were Joe Biden for President at $83.2 million (4.1 billion impressions); Toyota Motor Corp. at $52.9 million (3.0 billion impressions); House Majority PAC at $44.1 million (2.2 billion); General Motors at $43.2 million (2.2 billion) and the Democratic National Committee at $41.2 million (2.7 billion).
Peacock picked up “A.P. Bio” for an eight-episode season four. The comedy aired on NBC for two seasons, then jumped to the streamer.
HBO Max ordered a second season of holiday dating series “12 Dates of Christmas.” “12 Dates is the escapist holiday treat we all need right now,” said Jennifer O’Connell, HBO Max EVP of Non-Fiction and Live-Action Family. “In season one, we wanted to shake up the snow globe to combine everything we love about holiday romcoms with a clever dating show format and a wink at our audience. We look forward to doing more of the same in season two, with a continued emphasis on casting to represent diversity of experience!”
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Raising Kane: ABC is in early development of a primetime reboot of daytimer “All My Children,” which ran on the network from 1970-2011. “AMC” alums Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos – who met and married during their time on the soap – are executive producing alongside Andrew Stearn and Robert Nixon, son of series creator Agnes Nixon. In the sequel, a young journalist with a secret agenda comes to Pine Valley and becomes entangled in a feud between the Kane (as in Erica) and Santos clans.
Anonymous Content, Paramount Television and Family Friendly Productions are hitching their wagons to a “Little House on the Prairie” reboot. The original series, based on the novels by Laura Ingalls Wilder, ran on NBC from 1974-82. Anonymous Content and Paramount Television Studios will serve as co-studios for the project.
Showtime handed a series order to “Yellowjackets,” a survival drama starring Melanie Lynskey (“Castle Rock”), Juliette Lewis (“Camping”), Christina Ricci (“Z: The Beginning of Everything”), and Tawny Cypress (“Unforgettable”). Produced for Showtime by Entertainment One, Karyn Kusama (“Girlfight”) executive produces and directed the pilot.
“Superstore” is ending with current season six, but the show might go on with a spin-off written by the NBC comedy’s co-executive producers, Bridget Kyle and Vicky Luu. The project, “Bo & Cheyenne,” would star Nichole Sakura and Johnny Pemberton.
IPG Mediabrands announced the launch of TRAVERSE32, a development and entertainment company aimed at connecting film and television audiences with brands and creators. TRAVERSE32 Co-Founder Brendan Gaul, Mediabrands’ recently appointed first-ever Global Chief Content Officer, will simultaneously serve as its Global President. The new global entity will focus on the development, production and distribution of entertainment vehicles enabling brands to “utilize the art and power of storytelling in new ways.”
MGM International TV Productions, Make It Happen Studio and France Television are partnering on “The Reunion.” The six-part drama written by Marston Bloom (“Selection day”) and based on Guillaume Musso’s bestselling novel La Jeune Fille et la Nuit tells the story of a glamorous high school girl who went missing 25 years ago in the French Riviera and three friends bound by a tragic secret. The English-language series is set to begin filming in 2021.
Quintet Pictures has launched as a cross-platform production company focusing on the development of family-based film and TV content, including a live-action film of “Ivor the Engine.” The new venture was founded by writer, illustrator and producer Daniel Postgate; writer, producer and columnist Justin Pollard; and music-industry veterans Jessica Gerry and Alex Kennedy.
Topic Studios struck a first-look deal with The Population (“I Carry You With Me”) covering film, TV, non-fiction and podcasts. “Topic Studios has a great track record of working with top talent across multiple formats and successfully supporting creators as they explore new mediums,” said Maria Zuckerman, EVP, Topic Studios. “In this spirit, we couldn’t be more excited and thrilled to collaborate with the gifted storytellers of The Population.”
Apple TV+ greenlit “The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray,” starring and exec produced by Samuel L. Jackson. Walter Mosley, who wrote the novel on which the limited series is based, will write and executive produce.
Comedian Heather McMahan is developing a comedy for Peacock based on her life. Produced by Annapurna Studio and Universal Television, “Good Grief” will follow three women adjusting to life after the patriarch of their family dies.
NEW & RETURNING SERIES
PBS history series “American Experience” launches a new season Monday, January 11 with a documentary about pioneering cryptanalyst Elizebeth Smith Friedman, who laid the foundation for modern codebreaking.
Netflix fantasy series “Shadow and Bone,” following a soldier and orphan with an extraordinary power, will make its debut in April 2021, announced the streamer.
Science fiction thriller “Insomnia” premieres on Crackle on Friday, January 1. The eight-parter set in Moscow centers on twenty strangers from around the globe who are injected with a poison that will stop their heart if they fall asleep.
The debut of A&E’s “I Survived a Crime,” originally slated for January 27, has been moved to Wednesday, February 17 at 10p.
Discovery Channel is presenting a marathon of natural history programs running Thursday, December 31 from 9a-11p, including episodes of “North America,” “Serengeti,” and “Expedition Unknown.” An all-day marathon of “Gold Rush” is set for Friday, January 1, followed by a new episode of the show, and the premiere of “Mystery at Frog Ranch” at 10p.
Food Network special “Feasting With the Stars” premieres Saturday, December 19 at 12p, with chef Geoffrey Zakarian cooking with pals like Neil Patrick Harris and Katie Couric.
True crime thriller “Unseamly: The Investigation of Peter Nygard” looks into the life and sexual assault and trafficking allegations brought against Canada’s “King of Polyester,” starting Friday, February 12 on discovery+.
Genius Brands International has licensed streaming and VOD rights to “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss” from The Jim Henson Company. The show is now available on Kartoon Channel!.
HBO Max grabbed US rights to preschool series “Love Monster.” The show premiered on UK’s CBeebies in late January.
Ten states have brought a lawsuit against Google, accusing it of using its “monopolistic power” to control the price of online ads, fixing the market in its favor and eliminating competition. Google responded by calling the suit “meritless,” and noting that the price of online advertising has dropped over the last ten years.
Cadent, the advanced TV platform company, announced that media agency Empower is the first customer of its upgraded advanced TV platform. Empower will use the TV mapping technology behind Cadent Viewer Graph as a foundational component for its consumer journey planning platform, called EMerge, which brings the capabilities of digital targeting and measurement to the TV environment. “The ability to leverage Cadent Advanced TV platform to build and optimize audiences within one buying system will provide more relevant, thoughtfully orchestrated cross-channel experiences to our clients’ audiences across screens,” said Jim Price, CEO at Empower.
Allroll, the OTT marketing platform for video channel owners, announced the launch of Attriboost, a software solution for analytics and attribution for OTT channels. “The mission of Attriboost is to reveal where viewers are coming from and to track their activity within an OTT/CTV channel,” said Alex Zakrevsky, CEO of Allroll. “Attriboost is easily integrated into your app through SDK and receives detailed information about the actions users take inside the app – things like app installations and launches, session length, purchases, videos they watch and add to favorites, and much more.” The software enables comprehensive reports with detailed statistics within one interface.
Kantar announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services to allow customers to find and subscribe to a range of Kantar products including audiences, ad monitoring, thought leadership reports and more directly through AWS Data Exchange. Kantar will initially offer data for insights and targeting from syndicated studies such as TGI, MARS Health, Monitor and HomeScores and ComTech Entertainment on Demand (collectively known as “Kantar Audiences”). Kantar will also make available political ad spend reports from its Campaign Media Analysis Group and insights from its global annual Media Reactions study. “The need for normative third party data among enterprise marketers and agencies has grown exponentially due to the trifecta of COVID-19, the shift of entertainment consumption to VOD and digital platforms and impending cookie and browser changes,” said Susan Tillou, Kantar’s Global Head of Partnerships and Audience Activation.
Software platform DoubleVerify announced that the Media Rating Council has extended DV’s accreditations to include DV’s impression and viewability measurement (as defined by MRC’s viewability standard) and reporting for display and video ads on Facebook and Instagram. MRC’s accreditation of DoubleVerify represents “a major achievement,” said George W. Ivie, Executive Director and CEO of the MRC. “This first of its kind MRC accreditation, which resulted from an end-to-end audit that included elements of both Facebook’s data collection and transmission, and DV’s ingestion, processing, and reporting of that data, can give advertisers and others who rely on it the assurances they need that independent, third-party advertising measurement is achievable today on large digital platforms.”
FreeWheel has agreed to acquire Beeswax, a software as a service advertising company. Beeswax’s complementary capabilities will help expand and accelerate FreeWheel’s current programmatic technologies, improving FreeWheel’s clients’ abilities to trade inventory with automation. In particular, Beeswax’s bidding technology will allow for FreeWheel users to access broader pools of inventory to fulfill complex campaign requirements. “Together, FreeWheel and Beeswax can further enhance how television operates,” said Dave Clark, General Manager, FreeWheel. “As the ecosystem becomes increasingly complex, sellers and buyers of media want similar capabilities: great automation, simplicity, and the ability to manage data-driven campaigns across hundreds of endpoints.” The deal is expected to close in January 2021, pending regulatory approvals.
Russell Hornsby (“Fences”) and Steve Harris (“The Practice”) landed series regular roles in Starz drama series “Black Mafia,” from Curits “50 Cent” Jackson (“Power”) and writer/EP Randy Huggins (“Power”)…Adam Rayner (“Tyrant”) has joined the cast of “Superman & Lois” as Morgan Edge. The superhero series makes its debut Tuesday, February 23 at 9p on CW…Michael Stuhlbarg will appear as a series regular in Hulu limited series “Dopesick,” based on the bestseller by Beth Macy.
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Discovery Channel’s “Gold Rush” and “Gold Rush: White Water” broke ratings and viewership records for the season on December 11. “Gold Rush” was the #1 program on all of television among Men, delivering the highest rated episode this year among P25-54 (1.61 rating); M25-54 (2.06 rating); and among Total Viewers P2+ (3.09m million). “Gold Rush: White Water” scored its highest rated episode this year among A25-54 (1.12) and M25-54 (1.40).
As 2020 winds down, Food Network currently ranks as the #1 non-news/non-sports cable network among W18-49 in Total Day in 4Q20, and #2 non-news/non-sports cable network among P25-54 and W25-54. Time Spent Viewing in 2020 hit all-time highs with the third quarter notching the network’s highest TSV in network history in Live+3. Discovery sib Cooking Channel is on track to have its highest-rated year in Live+3 in network history in both Prime and Total Day for P25-54 (+15%, up +14% versus year-go), W25-54 (+13% ,up +5%) and M25-54 (+15%, up +22%).
Viewership for Univision’s weekday news shows increased 19% among A18-49 and A25-54 in 2020. Across social and digital platforms, unique visitors grew +29% versus 2019.
Broadcast Nielsen Ratings for Wednesday, December 16
Show, P2+ 000s, (A18-49)
ABC: “The Great Christmas Light Fight” 3.69 (0.7), “For Life” 2.26 (0.4)
CBS “Amazing Race” 4.46 (0.8), “SEAL Team” 4.48 (0.5), “S.W.A.T.” 4.06 (0.5)
CW: “Devils” 0.35 (0.1), “Penn & Teller” 0.42 (0.1)
FOX: “The Masked Singer” 5.44 (1.3), “The Masked Singer” 7.41 (1.8)
NBC: “Radio City Christmas” 3.12 (0.4), “SNL Christmas” 2.83 (0.5)
Telemundo: Domo del Dinero 0.70, Todo Por Mi Hija 1.36, Falsa Identidad 0.67
Univision: Vencer el Desamor 1.67 (0.5), Imperio de Mentiras 1.25 (0.3), Dulce Ambicion 1.28 (0.3)
Source: Nielsen, live + same day time period averages
The E.W. Scripps Company appointed Jonathan Katz, founder, President and CEO of Katz Networks, as Chief Operating Officer and Head of Entertainment for its new national television networks business. Katz will report to Lisa Knutson, who will lead the newly combined businesses of ION Media, the Katz networks and Newsy. The appointments will be effective upon the close of Scripps’ acquisition of ION Media.
Heather Olander is leaving her position as EVP Alternative Development & Programming, USA, Syfy & Peacock, amid a reorganization of NBCU’s unscripted divisions. Olander joined USA in 2011.
DISQO expanded its marketing team with the additions of Anne Hunter, formerly EVP of Strategy & Growth at Kantar, as VP of Product Marketing; David Grabert, previously Global Head of Marketing & Communications for GroupM, as VP of Brand & Communications; and Karin Odell, who has held roles at EZ Texting and Velocify, as Head of Demand Generation.
|This Day in History
1917 – The 18th Amendment to the Constitution, authorizing the prohibition of alcohol, was approved.
Friday Fun Fact
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer debuted in 1939, in a coloring book for retailer Montgomery Ward.
Answer to Our Last Trivia Question
Which series’ dark holiday special features a woman who’s visited by a Santa suit-clad serial killer after she murders her husband for insurance money? HBO’s “Tales From the Crypt” (1989-96). Kudos to: Rev. Mark Wajda/Clermont, FL, Ed Goode-Connelly Partners/Boston, Richard Quan-Heat/San Francisco, Gerry Bixenspan-TV Marketing Inc./NYC, Paul Blutter-Walk and Talk Production Rentals/Burbank, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA Credit Union/Burbank, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg-M and S Entertainment/LA
Today’s Trivia Question
Which 1990s animated holiday special featured the voices of Ed Asner and Betty White? (Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your answer and be sure to include your name, company, city and time zone. Unofficial rules: a limit of four.)
EVP, GENERAL COUNSEL
CROWN MEDIA FAMILY NETWORKS
STUDIO CITY, CA
Provide strategic legal counsel to Crown Media executives, on matters of the highest profile, impact, complexity or sensitivity and leads the attorney and legal specialist team members. Substantive experience handling and advising on entertainment network legal issues within a broadcast/cable/digital in-house environment is sought. HERE (1/13)
SR. MANAGER, COMMERCIAL CLEARANCE >>
A+E NETWORKS/NYC: Ensure Ads are compliant with A+E’s policies and federal guidelines during content and advertising review. Liaise with internal Ad Sales executives and external Ad Agencies. 5+ years experience, preferably at a network working in Ad Standards & Practices/Commercial Clearance. Strong familiarity with rules including FDA, FTC and FCC regulations, indecency and trade libel. Full info HERE (1/8)
SENIOR ART DIRECTOR >>
A+E NETWORKS/NYC: Creative point in print, promotion, and marketing from concept to development across A&E, History & Lifetime projects. Must be well versed in managing design principles for both print and digital deliverables. Demonstrated hands-on ability to create key art and design projects from conception to completion. Expert in Adobe Creative Suite software and industry standard programs and software. 5 years experience working for network, film or other entertainment outlets. Full info HERE (1/8)
PLAYOUT OP >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Must be able to perform ingest and playback functions during live and pre-recorded programs. Traffics video clips according to shows’ rundowns. Edits content as necessary. Min 3 yrs exp in executing video playback in live control room environment. Plus 1yr exp with Ross Tria or EVS. Full info HERE (1/7)
TELEMUNDO/SACRAMENTO, CA: Responsible for partnering with local clients, both on the agency level and direct, to create innovative and unique mrktg and adv solutions that target a client’s demos and products/services. AE will also need to deliver quarterly results and meeting individual budget requirements. Min 2 yrs direct sales exp with 3 yrs of media sales exp. Full info HERE (1/7)
DIRECTOR, RETAIL DEVELOPMENT, AMERICAS >>
BBC STUDIOS/NY, NY: Resp for building relationships with key retail accounts at the buyer/mrktg levels. Partner with licensee’s sales teams to pre-sell BBCS franchises and meet the needs of key buyers across retail. Build retail strategies that drive brand strategies set by the franchise/licensing teams. 10yrs exp in licensing or entertainment focusing on retail development. Full info HERE (1/7)
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Directs, co-develops/delivers locally prod programs and PSA for nat and inter’l audiences. Also oversees prod crew that produces regular, special and live shows related to various political, historical and other appropriate topics. Min 3 yrs exp in directing Live television news, studio-based programming or similarly related professional media productions. Full info HERE (1/7)
VIDEO ENGINEER & ROBOTIC CAMERA OPERATOR >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Exp in configuring and setting up all broadcast studio cameras both manned and robotic for daily use. Maintains network-level camera blocking and composition. Monitors/adjusts video signals including cameras, monitors, playback sources, color correction equip/incoming feeds. Min 4 yrs exp. Full info HERE (1/7)
FEEDS MANAGER >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Resp for managing tech/logistical traffic supporting live news shows. Full knwldge of video and tech workflow throughout all locations. Provide tech guidance to help create better video workflows. Ensure all broadcast feeds are meeting specific tech quality standards. Min 3 yrs tech managing, or equivalent knwldge. 5 yrs in live TV prod. Full info HERE (1/7)
GFX Op >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Must be able to set up and play out all graphic elements which are included in pre-recorded or live programming. Mnge graphic content as it corresponds to live and pre-recorded programs. Satisfy all production req for live and pre-recorded programming under the supervision of the show’s director and technical operations mngmt. Min 3 yrs of exp in graphic and character generation, plus 1yr exp with Ross Xpression. Full info HERE (1/7)
AUDIO TECHNICIAN >>
NEWSMAX MEDIA/NY, NY: Operate/executes audio mixing/creation for live and taped broadcasts, in the context of orig produced programs and PSAs. Collaborate with News depart and prod crew that produce regular, special and live shows. Generate timely and pertinent broadcast material. Min 2 yrs exp in graphic and character gen in television news, creative services, studio-based prog or related profession. Full info HERE (1/7)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER >>
Newsmax Media/NYC: Responsible for designing and building shows, managing show hosts and production team, identifying and integrating guests, overseeing and executing the production of key video & graphic elements. 3+ yrs EP exp or political news & talk programming. Full info HERE (1/7)
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER >>
Newsmax Media/NYC: Write for fast paced news and opinion show. You are an exceptional storyteller with a command of political news and cultural trends. At least 3 years of national or large market local news experience. Full info HERE (1/7)
SENIOR LINE PRODUCER >>
Newsmax Media/NYC: Responsible for the production and execution of live political news programming, and recorded video segments for television, and digital platforms. 3+ yrs experience line producing. Full info HERE (1/7)
Newsmax Media/NYC: Responsible for the production of live news & talk show, and recorded video segments for television, and digital platforms. 3+ yrs in TV news and/or talk production. Full info HERE (1/7)
COORDINATOR, CONSUMER MARKETING >>
CROWN MEDIA FAMILY NETWORKS/LA, CA: Resp for supporting the implementation of advtg campaigns (on/off-channel), mktg partnerships, promotions, sweepstakes, experiential events, creative adv development & email mktg initiatives. Min 1yr of professional mktg exp within the entertainment industry. Full info HERE (1/6)
MANAGER, TALENT & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT >>
A+E NETWORKS/NYC: Assess company-wide developmental needs and drive the design, development, delivery, evaluation and admin of various training and development programs (including leadership training, coaching, DE&I, etc.). 3-7 yrs of developing eLearning training with strong data analysis skill and excellent communication ability is required. Full info HERE (1/6)
VP, CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT >>
SESAME WORKSHOP/NY, NY: Idea generator in developing and vetting program ideas and genres for creating new programs for in-house development, and identifying the right distributor for each property. Min 8 yrs exp and must be able to share ideas and contribute to the strategic vision/direction of the Workshop. Full info HERE (1/6)
VP, MARKETING >>
BBC STUDIOS/NY, NY: Seeking VP, Mktg for the Americas region, to design/implement an audience-led mktg/media strat to dev/enhance the commercial relationship between BBC Studios and its global strategic customers. Must have proven track record within a global Mktg envir, focusing on customer engagement and strong customer brand relationships. Full info HERE (1/5)
DIGITAL MARKETING COORDINATOR >>
EMERGING NETWORKS, LLC/REMOTE: Responsible for development and growth of web, mobile and social platforms. As well as, all overall support for all digital content efforts and tactical responsibilities as it relates to the website and social media strategy. Full info HERE (1/5)
MARKETING MANAGER (Always-On Show Lead) >>
WONDERY/LOS ANGELES, CA: Responsible for developing marketing strategy aligned to business goals to effectively and efficiently launch and maintain key Wondery shows. Must have 3 years of podcast marketing experience. Full info HERE (1/5)
MEDIA BUYER >>
WONDERY/LOS ANGELES, CA: Responsible for developing and executing media strategy including planning, analyzing and optimizing media campaigns. Must have media-buying experience and a passion for podcasts, audio storytelling and entertainment content. Full info HERE (1/5)
DIRECTOR, OWNED MEDIA >>
A+E NETWORKS/NYC: SME within the Consumer Mktg & Media team. You will develop and manage owned media strategy for the LIFETIME/LMN brands. Partner with Planning, Digital Media and On-Air Scheduling teams. 7yrs exp managing Owned Media within an Entertainment firm with deep knowledge of entertainment landscape, including competitive set and non-linear platform. Full info HERE (1/5)
MANAGER, BRAND MARKETING & STRATEGIC PLANNING >>
NICKELODEON/NY, NY: Hardworking, pro-active and inquisitive Mgr for a newly formed Brand Mktg and Strategy team at Nickelodeon. This role will aid in defining Nickelodeon’s brand mission/values as well as Mktg efforts across series, brand, platforms, emerging media and more. Min 5yrs exp in consumer strategy, digital, mktg or media. Full info HERE (1/5)
|FRIDAY DECEMBER 18
ABC: “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” “Shrek the Halls,” “20/20”
CBS: “MacGyver,” “Magnum P.I.”, “Blue Bloods”
CW: “The Christmas Caroler Challenge”
FOX: College Football
NBC: “Weakest Link,” “Dateline NBC”
PBS: “Washington Week,” “Firing Line With Margaret Hoover,” “Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas,” “Lucy Worsley’s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas”
Telemundo: “Takers,” “Falsa Identidad”
Univision: “Vencer el Desamor,” “Imperio de Mentiras,” “Dulce Ambicion”