Thursday, September 15th, 2011


Good morning. It’s Thursday, September 15, 2011, and this is your first early morning briefing.  As always, if you prefer to watch this morning’s news instead of reading it, click here .

Tonight’s Premieres:
The CW: The Vampire Diaries at 8p; The Secret Circle (series debut) at 9p
CMT: Angels Among Us at 9p
FX: It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia at 10p

Tonight’s Finales:
A&E Network: Beyond Scared Straight at 10p
Investigation Discovery: Nightmare Next Door at 10p
TLC: LA Ink (series finale) at 10p


On the cusp of its summer season finale, CBS renewed Big Brother for a 14th edition slated to air next summer.  The most recent edition of Big Brother has tallied the highest ratings and audience delivery since 2004 with 8.11 million total viewers, a 3.1/9 rating/share among A18-49 and a 2.5/9 rating/share with A18-34.  Big Brother is from Fly on the Wall Entertainment, in association with Endemol USA. 

New series Outback Wrangler explores the balance of humans and animals living in close proximity when it premieres October 5 at 9p on Nat Geo WILD.  Matt Wright, a former helicopter pilot turned animal relocation expert stars in the series and risks his own life to make sure wildlife, people and the environment are safe from danger in the remote regions of Australia to the wilds of Asia.  The series is produced by Freehand for Nat Geo WILD.

Two long-time friends with a passion for food and motorcycles helm a new 12-part series, Hairy Bikers on HISTORY launching October 14 at 10p. Paul Patranella is a 4-star classically trained French chef and Bill Allen is a well-known motorcycle mechanic.  The pair will bike through America sampling food and local American history and traditions along with way.  BBC Worldwide Productions is behind the HISTORY series which is based on an original Hairy Bikers series airing on BBC Two in the UK that has completed its eighth season. 

Matchmaker Siggy Flicker is featured in a new relationship reality show set in New York on VH1 titled Why Am I Still Single? debuting October 16 at 9p.  In each episode, Siggy helps two clients (one male, one female) improve their dating skills which may lead them to finding true love.  The series is from Left/Right.

Oxygen set the premiere date for its eight episode docu-series Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas for October 17 at 10p.  The weekly series, developed by Gavin Polone of Pariah and PB&J Television, follows a bride-to-be and her female wedding party and closest friends as they party in outrageous decadence at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

Anime series featuring popular Marvel superheroes continue to be a fixture on G4’s schedule this fall as the network premieres the 12-episode half-hour series X-Men starting October 21 at 11p.  The new original anime series features the voice of actor Scott Porter (The Good Wife, Friday Night Lights) as Cyclops.  X-Men is the latest anime series that is part of G4 and Marvel’s exclusive partnership including Iron Man and Wolverine.  The fourth anime series Blade will debut on G4 this winter. The series are produced by Madhouse for Marvel Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (SPEJ).

Original series Bar Rescue received a second season order for 10 new episodes from Spike TV.  Hosted by Jon Taffer, Bar Rescue launched on Spike July 17 and this last Sunday’s episode delivered a series high of 1.3 million viewers.  The show follows Taffer, one of the country’s best restaurant and bar consultants as he gives failing establishments one more chance to become profitable.  Production on the second season will commence this winter using venues around the US with a planned summer 2012 premiere.  Bar Rescue is produced by 3 Ball Productions/Eyeworks USA. 

A second season of the fashion reality series All On The Line with Joe Zee debuts November 18 at 930p on Sundance Channel.  In the new season, Joe Zee, the Creative Director at ELLE since 2007 will rescue well-known designers who need to makeover their businesses or design techniques or both.  One designer working with Zee in the upcoming season includes Nicole Miller, who enlists Zee’s help to launch her new line at New York Fashion Week 2011.  Authentic Entertainment produces the series.

Meg Caswell was just crowned the winner of HGTV’s reality competition show HGTV Design Star.  As the winner, Meg was granted her own five-episode show on the network, HGTV Great Rooms which premieres this Saturday at 6p.  Set in Meg’s hometown of Chicago, the new series has her identifying “design crimes” and transforming tired, outdated kitchens and great rooms into gorgeous spaces.

Also this Saturday, The Weather Channel (TWC) debuts new series Weathering Disaster at 8p with repeats at 11p and 2a.  The half-hour series with six episodes is sponsored by Farmers Insurance and visits people whose homes were destroyed by natural disasters and wildfires and documents their efforts to rebuild in the same area with help from volunteers and their insurance company.  Episodes will meet individuals in tornado torn Joplin, MO, where Hurricane Ike struck in Texas to the site of wildfires in Yorba Linda, CA and more. 

Next Monday, Discovery Channel reveals the underbelly of America in a new three-part series American Underworld.  The three episodes are helmed by Mark Allen Johnson who infiltrates the country’s most extreme, violent and secretive subcultures.  American Underworld debuts on Monday at 10p and is produced for Discovery Channel by The Incubator.

Earlier this week, Mediacom posted a letter to FCC Media Bureau head Bill Lake saying its inaction in the wake of station blackouts in several markets is equivalent to the FCC siding with LIN in its ongoing retransmission-consent impasse with the broadcasting company.  Mediacom counsel Seth Davidson urged the FCC to “reconsider its decision to sit on the sidelines in the face of prolonged blackouts in the smaller markets affected by LIN’s strategy of holding consumers hostage in its effort to extract a triple-digit price increase.”  Since Medicacom and LIN have not settled a new carriage deal, stations in Alabama, Florida, Indiana and North Carolina went dark at the end of August. 

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PBS’ flagship station, WNET in New York which also produces nearly one-third of all PBS programming will oversee the international distribution of its proprietary programming consisting of American Masters, Nature and Great Performances among others. 


Following a bidding war, ABC snapped up a comedy project from Will Gluck titled Walk of Shame.  The single-camera comedy is about a group of 20-something New York friends.  Sony Pictures Television is producing.  Casey Wilson and June Raphael will write and the duo plus Gluck will serve as executive producers. 

Additionally, ABC okayed a drama project from John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) described as a crime drama about a Walter Mitty-style lead character.  Producers Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Dan McDermott at Di Bonaventura Pictures Television are attached as nonwriting executive producers.  The short story about Walter Mitty was written by James Thurber in 1939 and was adapted into a feature film starring Danny Kaye in 1947. 

The Western genre keeps popping up as NBC bought a Western period drama called The Frontier from Sony Pictures Television and executive producer Shaun Cassidy.  The Frontier is set in the 1840s about a varied group of people who set out from Missouri to embark on a journey through America’s wild landscape in search of riches and dreams in the West.  Cassidy will executive produce the project along with Josh Barry and Jeff Kwatinetz at Prospect Park.  If a pilot is ordered, Thomas Schlamme will direct.  Sony Pictures TV is producing with Prospect Park. 

FOX is developing another potential superhero drama based on DC Comics’ veteran hero The Spectre.  FOX ordered a script based on the hero written and executive produced by Brandon Camp.  Warner Bros. Television and Gerber Pictures are behind the project with Bill Gerber on board to also serve as executive producer.  The Spectre first originated in DC’s More Fun Comics #51 in 1940 and was later resurrected with its own title in 1967. 

American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe established a new production company, Nigel Lythgoe Productions and has a batch of projects percolating at various networks including E!, truTV and CBS among others, cites THR.  Lythgoe’s new company is a joint venture with American Idol’s 19 Entertainment and a successor to his Big Red 2 Entertainment.  Kary McHoul is working with Lythgoe as President and George David Monas was tapped as VP/Production.  At the get go, Lythgoe is developing several unscripted projects with Alice Cooper, Robin Antin, the founder of Pussycat Dolls, Dr. Laura Berman as well as Kim Kardashian. 

Two actors have signed on to star in the upcoming 12-part one-hour miniseries Titanic  Blood & Steel from De Angelis Group.  Chris Noth (The Good Wife, Law & Order) and Neve Campbell (The Glass Man, Party of Five) join the cast following news that Sir Derek Jacobi will headline the series.  Scheduled to be delivered in 2012, the series marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s maiden voyage.  The miniseries is a co-production of RAI Italy, Los Angeles-based 3 Arts, UK-based Artists Studio, France’s Marathon Group, Germany’s Tandem Communication, Ireland’s Epos Films and Spain-based Antena 3. 

A number of celebrities are on board to host PBS’ first-ever Arts Fall Festival beginning October 14 and airing on consecutive Friday nights (except December 9) through December 16.  The nine-part performing arts series celebrity hosts include Rainn Wilson, film director Taylor Hackford, Andy Garcia, Roseanne Cash, Linda Ronstadt and Paula Zahn among others who will introduce the programs and offer behind-the-scenes commentary.  (Please check local listings for PBS’ schedule.)

Sarah Paulson lands a four-episode role playing a medium Billie Dean on FX’s American Horror Story series.  Much of the time, Paulson’s character will interact with the nosy neighbor character played by Jessica Lange.  American Horror Story opens October 5 at 10p on FX.


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Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 8/29-9/2/11 ranked in order by HH Rtg
Judge Judy (CTD)                                           6.0 AA
Two and a Half Men (WB)                                5.9 AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD)                                   5.9 AA
Jeopardy (CTD)                                              4.8 AA
Family Guy (2/T)                                            4.1 AA 
Entertainment Tonight (CTD)                           3.3 AA
My Wife and Kids (DAD)                                  3.2 AA
How I Met Your Mother (2/T)                           2.9 AA
Inside Edition (CTD)                                        2.7 AA
Family Feud (2/T)                                           2.6 AA
Seinfeld (SPT)                                                2.6 AA
Everybody Loves Raymond (CTD)                    2.6 AA
Source: NSS Galaxy Explorer, Live+SD

Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 8/29-9/2/11 ranked in order by A18-49 Rtg
Two and a Half Men (WB)                                3.0 AA
Family Guy (2/T)                                            2.7 AA
How I Met Your Mother (2/T)                           2.1 AA
The Office (NBU)                                            1.9 AA
Judge Judy (CTD)                                           1.6 AA
My Wife and Kids (DAD)                                  1.6 AA
Seinfeld (SPT)                                                1.4 AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD)                                  1.3 AA
Everybody Loves Raymond (CTD)                    1.3 AA
Maury (NBU)                                                  1.3 AA
Source: NSS Galaxy Explorer, Live+SD

Note on new and returning Syndicated Shows:
does not report on the premiere episodes or premiere week results of new and returning syndication shows, but rather we pick up on the reporting via our syndication charts and info provided to us by the shows only once the show has been on the air for a couple of weeks.  At that point, the field has leveled a bit because the halo effect of marketing and promotions have settled and the strength of the rating is a better reflection of the show itself, not the promotion.  This has been a Cynopsis policy for more than a dozen years.  Look for lists of new syndicated show results in the coming weeks. 

Tuesday A18-49 Analysis:  NBC opened the fall season of premieres Tuesday in first place with A18-49 at 2.4/7, according to final national ratings from Nielsen.  Univision’s Teresa did best at 8p with a 2.2/7 and ABC’s Wipeout was #2 at 2.0/6.  At 8p, The CW also debuted a new season of 90210 in sixth place with a 0.9/3.  NBC held court at 9p with a 3.8/10 as the end of America’s Got Talent neared followed by Univision’s La Fuerza del Destino at 2.5/7.  The series launch of Ringer on The CW also happened during 9p delivering a 1.2/3 which ranked fourth this hour.  Then at 10p, NBC won with the new season debut of Parenthood at 2.2/6 and CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles encore was next at 1.7/5.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Tuesday, September 13, 2011  time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 5.9/10           NCIS [r] 6.7/11, NCIS: Los Angeles [r] 5.5/9, NCIS: Los Angeles [r] 5.4/9

ABC: 5.1/8           Wipeout 3.6/6, ABC News Special: Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words 5.9/10


NBC: 5.1/8         It’s Worth What? 3.0/5, America’s Got Talent 8.1/13, Parenthood [p] 4.1/7

UNIV: 2.3/4         Teresa 2.6/4, La Fuerza del Destino 2.7/4, Aqui y Ahora 1.5/3

FOX: 1.5/2           Glee [r] 1.8/3, Raising Hope [r] 1.2/2, Raising Hope [r] 1.2/2

CW: 1.4/2           90210 [p] 1.1/2, Ringer [p] 1.8/3

ION: 0.9/1           Without a Trace 0.7/1, Criminal Minds 0.9/1, Criminal Minds 1.0/2

TELE: 0.7/1         Mi Corazon Insiste 0.6/1, Flor Salvaje 0.6/1, La Casa de Al Lado 0.8/1

TF: 0.2/0            Dona Bella 0.2/0, Ultimo Matrimonio 0.2/0, Reto de Mujer 0.2/0

A18-49:  NBC 2.4/7, UNIV 2.0/6, ABC 1.7/5, CBS 1.7/5, CW 1.0/3, FOX 0.9/3, TELE 0.4/1, ION 0.3/1, TF 0.2/0 


Steve Pagan joins the research consultancy firm THREE as a Partner.  Steve previously worked for Hall & Partners in New York as a Partner and Division Head. 

Brian Gleason was added at Stephen David Entertainment as CFO to head the company’s financial strategy.  Prior to this appointment, Brian was operations and P&L management at a Fortune 100 company.  In addition, Stephen David Entertainment hired Matthew Fitzgerald as Director/Production to assist with the company’s multiple productions. 

Katz Media Group upped Patrick McGee to VP/Political Sales and Strategy where he will head the company’s political activities for radio in the coming 2012 election year.

Universal Sports named Scott Brown as SVP/General Counsel to manage legal issues encompassing rights acquisitions, network distribution deals, litigation and employment issues.  Based at the company’s Westlake Village, CA offices, Scott will report directly to David Sternberg, Universal Sports CEO.  Scott joins from Fox Cable Networks where he was VP/Business and Legal Affairs. 

Robert Evans is new to Best Boy Entertainment in the role of VP/Distribution, Marketing and Interactive.  Robert heads the company’s global distribution and new media strategy.  Before this new position, Robert was with CBS for 20 years most recently as Sales, Marketing and Operations Manager. 

VEVO tapped Nic Jones as SVP/International to spearhead its global strategy.  Nic, who previously worked for Starcom MediaVest, News Corp, Yahoo! and MSN is based in London. 

Former CBS Television Distribution EVP/Media Sales executive Michael Auerbach joins The Ad Council as EVP/Media.  Michael’s scope includes managing the Ad Council’s Media department involved in securing donated media to support the non-profit organization’s national PSA campaigns. 

This day in History:  1968 – The Soviet Zond 5 spaceship is launched, becoming the first spacecraft to fly around the Moon and re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere

Answer to Yesterday’s Trivia Question:   What cult show favorite ended with one of its stars saying, “Maybe there’s hope.” ?  Fox Mulder to Agent Scully in the final moment of The X Files.  Kudos to: Rev. Mark Wajda-Diocese of Orlando/Altamonte Springs, FL; Melissa Prince/Indian Land, SC; Adam Licker-ABC Family/NYC; Karen Yaldoo-Comcast Spotlight/Bingham Farms MI; Chris O’Hara-ABC Television/LA; Paul Blutter-General American Group, Inc./Northridge, CA; Brett Ashy-The Ashy Agency/LA

Today’s Trivia Question:  On the West Wing, when President Bartlett was incapacitated by his MS, what actor took over as Acting President?    (Email [email protected] with 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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ABC: Wipeout, Grey’s Anatomy [r]
AZTECA: Cosas de la Vida, Al Extremo, Extra Normal
CBS: Big Bang Theory [r], Big Bang Theory [r], The Mentalist [r], The Mentalist [r]
CW: Vampire Diaries [p ], The Secret Circle [p ]
FOX: Bones [r], Bones [r]
ION: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds
NBC: Community [r], Up All Night [r], The Office [r], Free Agents [r], L&O: SVU [r]
PBS: Antiques Roadshow [r], PBS Previews: Prohibition, Sky Island [r], This Old House [r]
TELE: Mi Corazon Insiste, Flor Salvaje, La Casa de la Lado
UNIV: Teresa, La Fuerza del Destino, Mujeres Asesinas 3

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