Monday, September 28th, 2009



Greek and Lincoln Heights are back with all new episodes on Mondays

13 Nights of Halloween begins October 19th with spook-tacular programming

25 Days of Christmas is back this December, with even more holiday programming
Including an ALL-NEW Original Movie, Santa Baby: Christmas Maybe
Don’t forget, Christmas comes early with ABC Family’s Countdown to 25 Days: November 10th

Secret Life, Make It or Break It and 10 Things return in 2010



Good morning. It’s Monday, September 28, 2009, and this is your first early morning briefing.  And as always, if you prefer to watch this morning’s news instead of reading it, click here.  

Tonight’s Premieres:
MTV: Disaster Date at 6p
FOX: Lie To Me at 9p
NBC: Trauma at 9p
truTV: Operation Repo at 10p

Tonight’s Finale:
A&E Network: Hoarders at 10p


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Late last week, three shows received cancellation notices from their networks: 

  • The CW took its new fall series The Beautiful Life off the schedule after two airings, and production on the Ashton Kutcher-produced series has also stopped in New York. The last airing of The Beautiful Life on September 23 delivered a 0.5 A18-49 rating and 1 million total viewers. The CW will replace the series with repeat episodes of Melrose Place in the Wednesday 9p time period starting this week.
  • TBS cancelled its comedy The Bill Engvall Show starring comedian Bill Engvall and Nancy Travis. The show ran for 30 episodes over three years.
  • After completing its second season earlier this month, A&E Network decided to not renew the drama series The Cleaner, starring Benjamin Bratt for a third season. The Cleaner was A&E’s first scripted series is more than six years, originating on the network in July 2008.

new alien-themed series V, scheduled to debut November 3, will open with four episodes while the remaining nine episodes of the 13-episode order will air next spring. The four-episode run will end with a cliffhanger in the storyline in anticipation for a midseason return. The Warner Bros. Television-produced series currently has two episodes plus the pilot completed and will go into production on the fourth episode in mid-October. Once that episode is finished, the series will take a holiday break.

NBC’s Saturday Night Live opened its new season this past Saturday with a surprise in the form of the “F” word uttered by new cast member Jenny Slate. During a skit parodying a talk show by biker women called Biker Chick Chat, Slate let the word slip during a quick banter between her and cast member Kristen Wiig and guest host Megan Fox. East coast audiences heard the slip-up at about 1240a as it aired live; however, the less offensive “freakin'” was substituted for SNL’s replays in western time zones.

TNT acquired the basic cable rights to Quentin Tarantino’s box office hit Inglourious Basterds, the World War II dramedy headlined by Brad Pitt. The film, produced by The Weinstein Company will debut on TNT in 2012. To date, the film has grossed nearly $115 million and the license fee will likely be the usual 12% of the domestic box office take.

Tomorrow, MTV premieres Valemont, a new short-form scripted series centering on a supernatural mystery. The co-branded, multi-platform series begins tomorrow night and the two and a half minute episodes will air over six weeks in the commercial pods before The Hills at 10p and following The City at 1030p. Twenty-three further episodes of Valemont will be available via and on V Cast Video from Verizon Wireless including other bonus footage. Valemont is about 18-year old Sophie, played by Kristen Hager as she infiltrates Valemont University to discover why her brother Eric disappeared. The series is co-produced with Electric Farm Entertainment.

KVEA-TV, the Telemundo station in Los Angeles, debuted a new entertainment style magazine show, Acceso Total (Total Access) last week. The half-hour Spanish-language show airs Monday-Friday and is produced and broadcast in hi-def. Acceso Total will report on Latino as well as non-Latino entertainment news across all genres along with two hard news segments featuring the day’s headlines.

Conservative columnist and avid wordsmith, William Safire, died yesterday at a hospice in Rockville, MD due to pancreatic cancer. He was 79. William wrote political commentary on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times for 30 years. In addition, William was well-known for his “On Language” column in The New York Times Magazine as well as a dozen plus books, investigating the origins of words and common phrases.

This weekend, more than 30 years after fleeing the US and pleading guilty in 1978 for having unlawful sexual relations with a 13-year old girl, director Roman Polanski was arrested by Swiss police. The 76-year old director, known for his work on such films as Chinatown and Rosemary’s Baby among others, was apprehended by the Swiss Justice Ministry as he arrived Saturday at the Zurich Film Festival and could possibly face extradition to the US. Since 2005, US authorities have been seeking Polanski’s arrest for the 1977 sexual offense against his victim, Samantha Geimer, who went public with her identity long ago. Over the years, Polanski has petitioned to have his case dismissed and Geimer agrees, saying she wants the case to be over. She previously sued Polanski and was granted an undisclosed settlement amount. Polanski will remain in Zurich until the extradition proceedings are over and the US has 60 days to file a formal request for his transfer.

Idaho-based non-profit corporation, Salt & Light Radio, Inc. is involved in a purchase deal with Journal Broadcast Corporation and Journal Broadcast Group, Inc. to buy KGEM-AM and KCID-AM in Boise for $950,000. The transaction is subject to regulatory approval and normal closing conditions. Salt & Light Radio will offer Catholic Christian programming on both stations, with KGEM broadcasting full-time in English and KCID broadcasting full-time in Spanish. 

Top 10 Weekend Box Office Estimates: September 25-27, 2009
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (Sony)   $24.6 million  2 wk total $60.0m
Surrogates (Disney)                                   $15.0 million  opening weekend
Fame (MGM)                                              $10.0 million  opening weekend
The Informant (Warner Bros.)                     $6.9 million  2 wk total $21.0m
Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself (Lionsgate) $4.8 million  3 wk total $44.5m
Pandorum (Overture Films)                         $4.4 million  opening weekend
Love Happens (Universal)                           $4.3 million  2 wk total $14.7m
Jennifer’s Body (20th Century Fox)               $3.5 million  2 wk total $12.3m
9 (Focus Features)                                     $2.8 million  3 wk total $27.1m
Inglourious Basterds (The Weinstein Co.)     $2.7 million  6 wk total $114.5m
Source: Rentrak


The CW approved a yet-to-be-titled 30m reality series featuring New York socialite Tinsley Mortimer. The network plans on scheduling this new reality show, produced by Glassman Media, with the other recently ordered half-hour reality docu-series, Fly Girls. Both series received orders for eight episodes. Andrew Glassman executive produces the untitled project.

As a follow up to a story from last week, FOX gave a script commitment for a new animated project titled Sky Jockeys from RDF Media USA and UKTV. Sky Jockeys is a comedy about the job adventures of airline workers and is penned by British writers Anil Gupta and Richard Pinto. This news comes on the heels of UKTV’s announcement that its network Dave made a script development agreement with RDF Media which includes animated and live-action comedy series with Sky Jockeys as one of the projects.

Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is teaming again with ABC as the network gave a pilot commitment to his new drama Hopscotch. The storyline, written by Chris Levinson and produced by Warner Bros. Television is being touted as a “high-concept police procedural.” Bruckheimer executive produces with Levinson and Jonathan Littman of Bruckheimer TV; Kristie Anne Reed of Bruckheimer TV also co-executive produces. Just last Tuesday, Bruckheimer’s new series, The Forgotten premiered on ABC.

Elsewhere at ABC, the network gave a nod for a script commitment with penalty to a project called Friends With Benefits from Imagine TV. The single-camera romantic comedy project is also produced by 20th Century Fox Television and is written by Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber (both writers on 500 Days of Summer). Imagine TV’s Brian Grazer as well as David Nevins will executive produce the project about 20-something friends who realize its time to make long-term decisions about life. David Dobkin, director of Wedding Crashers is set to direct if a pilot is approved.

NBC has a new project on tap from Sony Pictures Television and comedy writer Mike Sikowitz, tentatively titled Slacker Sons, cites Variety. NBC handed a premium script order for the 30m project where the brother teams of Anthony and Joe Russo will direct and executive produce the pilot along with Bryan and Sean Furst of Furst Films. Slacker Sons is about two 20-something brothers who become wealthy after developing a popular energy drink. The brothers buy their family home and end up helping their divorced dad who is laid off from his corporate position.

Chef Gordon Ramsay ventures into the world of animation as star of a new half-hour stop-motion animated comedy series called Gordon Ramsay, at Your Service from Toronto-based Cuppa Coffee Studios. The project, currently seeking a writer, will be offered to buyers at MIPCOM next month in Cannes. Cuppa Coffee Studios is the animation company behind Nick at Nite’s primetime series Glenn Martin, DDS and MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch as well as other series.

USA Network said Vincent D’Onofrio the long-time star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent is departing the series at the start of the program’s ninth season. D’Onofrio has been a series regular since the show’s inception on NBC playing Detective Robert Goren. USA said the actor was leaving his role to pursue “new acting challenges in film and television.” D’Onofrio will appear in the series’ two-part ninth season opener in order to hand off the storyline to Jeff Goldblum and his character. D’Onofrio himself indicated he may return to Law & Order: CI reprising his role as Det. Goren for guest starring stints. Other Law & Order: CI regulars have also recently left the show including Kathryn Erbe, Eric Bogosian and Julianne Nicholson. Nicholson’s character will be replaced by Saffron Burrows.


CYNOPSIS DIGITAL – TODAY’S TOP STORY:  The FCC’s new neutrality rules are already causing some finger pointing. AT&T filed a letter with the FCC on Friday accusing the Google Voice web-based calling system of violating net neutrality principles. AT&T argues that Google Voice, which enables users to consolidate several voice lines and forward calls to a single number, unfairly discriminates by restricting outgoing calls to some numbers such as adult chat lines and conference-call centers. In a blog posting, Google counsel Richard Whitt notes that the FCC’s net-neutrality principles “apply only to broadband carriers – not Web-based software applications. Even though the FCC does not have jurisdiction over software applications, AT&T apparently wants to use the regulatory process to undermine web-based competition and innovation.”    Full edition: CYN DIGITAL.    

CYNOPSIS KIDS – TODAY’S TOP STORY: BRB Internacional is working on a new preschool animated series Zookaboo! (104×2), it hopes will be the first 3D Stereoscopic series, which it will offer at MipJunior and Mipcom.  Zookaboo is created using real images and 3D HD animation and employs 3D Stereoscopic technology to create special effects.  By wearing special glasses to watch the show viewers will get the heightened 3D effects when viewing it on TV, low-demand internet video and Blu-ray.  Each episode of the series features a character hiding in a box and the voices of kids guessing what is in the box (“do you have hair? Legs?”), with the animal answering along the way (visuals corresponding to the guesses/answers are featured) – until the kid(s) guess correctly and animal reveals itself.  A co-production with Catalonia-based Screen 21 in cooperation with French design studio Image In, Zookaboo will be available for air at the end of 2010.  BRB Internacional manages all rights for Zookaboo worldwide (except in France and the Middle East). Full edition: CYN KIDS.    


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Thursday  A18-49 Analysis: It was a big Thursday night for ABC as the network secured a clean sweep among A18-49 at 5.8/16, according to final national ratings from Nielsen Media Research. At 8p, ABC’s series premiere of Flash Forward won with a 4.0/12 while a fresh Survivor edition on CBS took second place at 3.7/11. During 9p, the season opener of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy was the definite winner at 6.7/17 and the season premiere of CBS’ CSI came next at 4.1/10. The second half of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy was the cure for the 10p hour at 6.8/18 with CBS’ new season of The Mentalist debuting at #2 with a 3.6/10 and NBC’s The Jay Leno Show in third at 1.7/5.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Thursday, September 24, 2009  time period averages. Source: NTI Galaxy, as dated. Live+SD.

ABC: 9.8/16       Flash Forward [p] 7.7/13, Grey’s Anatomy [p] 10.9/18

CBS: 8.7/14         Survivor: Samoa 6.7/11, CSI [p] 9.7/15, The Mentalist [p] 9.5/16

FOX: 4.6/7           Bones 5.6/9, Fringe 3.5/6

NBC: 3.4/6           SNL Weekend Update 3.1/5, Parks and Recreation 2.8/4, The Office 4.4/7, Community 3.4/5, The Jay Leno Show 3.5/6

UNIV: 2.1/3         En Nombre Del Amor 2.0/3, Manana Para Es Siempre 2.9/5, La Rose de Guadalupe 1.5/3

CW: 2.0/3           Vampire Diaries 2.4/4, Supernatural 1.7/3

MNT: 0.6/1          My Thursday Night Movie: Lake City 0.6/1

TELE: 0.5/1         Mas Sabe El Diablo 0.6/1, Ninos Ricos 0.4/1, Victorinos 0.5/1

ION: 0.4/1          Ghost Whisperer 0.4/1, NCIS [r] 0.4/1, NCIS [r] 0.3/1

A18-49: ABC 5.8/16, CBS 3.8/10, FOX 2.5/7, NBC 2.3/6, UNIV 1.7/5, CW 1.4/4, TELE 0.5/1, MNT 0.2/1, ION 0.1/0


Actor Ken Howard was elected to the position of national President of the Screen Actors Guild for a two-year term. Howard won the election to become SAG’s 25th president with 47% of the vote after a contentious race. According to Howard, one of his first jobs will be to communicate with the presidents of DGA, WGA and AFTRA to begin bargaining strategies as the contracts for all four unions end in 2011. “Despite the sharp differences that those of us active in guild affairs sometimes have over strategy and tactics, we need to continually remind ourselves that we’re all on the same team, fighting for the same thing — and by pulling together, we’ll only grow stronger,” Howard said.

Mediaedge:cia (MEC) named Ed Ling as Managing Director/Global Solutions. Most recently, Ed was with AnalogFolk, a full-service digital agency founded by Ed and five other partners in early 2008. At MEC, Ed will be based in London and will head the company’s multinational business group and spur strategic direction among its worldwide client base. He will report to Caroline Foster Kenny, Global CCO, MEC.

This day in History:  1892 – The first nighttime football game in the U.S. took place under electric lights. The game was between the Mansfield State Normal School and the Wyoming Seminary.

Answer to Yesterday’s Trivia Question:  Who said: “A clue! A clue! A clue! My kingdom for a clue!”?   DAVID ADDISON on MOONLIGHTING in their fantasy episode, Taming of the Shrew  Kudos to … aha!  nobody!  That’s one for me!

Today’s Trivia Question:  Here’s the opening narration – what was the show and who was speaking?  “The study of law is something new and unfamiliar to most of you, unlike any other schooling you have ever known before. You’ll teach yourself law but I’ll train your minds. You come in here with a skull full of mush and, if you survive, you’ll leave thinking like a lawyer.”   (Email
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ABC:  Dancing with the Stars, Castle
AZTECA: Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres Edicion Especial, Extranormal de Impacto, Al Extremo
CBS: How I Met Your Mother, Accidentally on Purpose, Two and a Half Men, Big Bang Theory, CSI Miami
CW: One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl
FOX:  House, Lie to Me [p ]
ION:  Ghost Whisperer, Criminal Minds, Durham County
NBC:  Heroes, Trauma [p ], Jay Leno Show
PBS: National Parks: America’s Best Idea
TELE: Mas Sabe el Diablo, Ninos Ricos Padres Pobres, Victorinos
UNIV: El Nombre del Amor, Manana es para Siempre, Cristina

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