Good morning. It’s Tuesday January 10, 2017 and this is your first early morning briefing.

Tonight’s Premieres:
BET: Being Mary Jane at 9p
FX: Taboo at 10p
Nat Geo: Lawless Oceans at 9p
Viceland: Noisey at 10p

Tonight’s Finales:
A&E: Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
TLC: Little People, Big World at 8p, Kate Plus 8 at 10p
TNT: Good Behavior at 9p
Travel: Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations at 9:30p


While the first episode of CBS’s Superior Donuts, starring Judd Hirsch as a 1960s radical, touches on racial profiling and gun control, the comedy “isn’t going to be an issue of the week show,” said exec producer Garrett Donovan at the TCA winter press tour. “We will talk about issues as it comes up organically.” That said, showrunner Bob Daily admitted, “If we were to incite a tweet war with the President of the United States, we probably wouldn’t turn that down.” CBS starts serving Donuts Thursday, February 2 at 8:30p.

CBS’s version of Training Day, inspired by the 2001 film, won’t feature the characters played on the big screen by Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke, said the action drama’s exec producer, Will Beall, at TCA. “The movie is its own thing,” said Beall. “It’s this classic crime story. So we gave (the movie characters) respectful distance.” Training Day, starring Bill Paxton as a morally ambiguous detective, makes its debut Thursday, February 2 at 10p.

The Good Wife’s Alicia (Julianna Margulies) will be heard about but not seen on CBS All Access spin-off The Good Fight, said series co-creator Robert King at TCA. “We talked to Julianna about the show and her relationship with it,” said King, “and Julianna agreed The Good Wife ended that story.” A trailer shown for the drama featured Diane (Christine Baranski) swearing after learning she’d lost her life savings in a Ponzi scheme. Without TV network censors, “You’re going to hear people talk the way they speak in life,” said co-creator Michelle King. The Good Fight premieres Sunday, February 19 at 8p on CBS and CBS All Access, with the second episode debuting just on the streaming service that night.

“It’s really happening,” announced Showtime president David Nevins at TCA. The long-gestating reboot of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks will premiere May 21 at 9p with a two-hour premiere; episodes 3 and 4 will be available on Showtime’s digital platform immediately after. So what’s the show like? “It will be 18 unforgettable hours,” promised Nevins.

Also getting launch dates on Showtime were six-part limited series Guerilla (Sunday, April 19 at 9p), as well as drama I’m Dying Up Here, produced by Jim Carrey (June 4 at 10p). Showtime ordered White Famous, starring Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah, and drama The Chi, and renewed The Affair for season 4, ahead of its season 3 finale on January 29.

Is Showtime cooking up a signature political linchpin a la HBO’s Last Week Tonight With John Oliver and TBS’ Full Frontal With Samantha Bee? “We’re figuring some things out right now,” said Nevins. “What we started with The Circus has big-time potential beyond just the election.”

Hearst Television reached a retrans deal with AT&T, and its stations are back on DirecTV after a week-long blackout. “We remain committed to the future of localism – ensuring the viability of local investigative journalism, breaking news and weather coverage, and quality local and national programming,” said Hearst Television President Jordan Wertlieb. “We regret the inconvenience to DirecTV subscribers and are indebted to them and all of our advertisers for their support.” Hearst had accused DirecTV of attempting to carry their stations “at below market rates, which is neither fair nor reasonable.”

Did you get a bonus this year  and if so, how did it compare to your peers’? The new Cynopsis Salary Survey compares pay, hours, job satisfaction and more in different segments of the media industry, and sometimes the differences were striking. The average “something extra” for the 47 percent of people in Buying & Planning jobs who got bonuses averaged $8500, versus an $21,000 bonus for 75 percent of employees in Sales & Distribution, and $13,500 for the 63 percent receiving bonuses in Research. See where you fall in the salary spectrum here: http://ht.ly/a4sJ307gpi2.

Jay D. Roth, national executive director of the DGA for 22 years, will receive its President Award February 4 at the DGA Awards dinner. Guild president Paris Barclay pointed to Roth’s “brilliant mind and incredible accomplishments, including our groundbreaking recent negotiations,” and a legacy that has “advanced both this Guild and our industry.”

The March 17-26 Paleyfest LA event opens with the cast and creative team of The Walking Dead. The lineup also includes American Horror Story: Roanoke, Bob’s Burgers, Grey’s Anatomy, The Late Late Show with James Corden, NCIS: Los Angeles, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars, Scandal,This is Us, Westworld, and a “Super Hero” event featuring cast members of the CW’s Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

Music Choice and comScore teamed to release the Top Ten Music Videos of 2016, based on Music Choice video orders tracked by comScore’s Custom OnDemand Essentials from January 1-December 31 2016 across TV and mobile devices. Number one: “Work,” from Rihanna featuring Drake.

New York Festivals Television & Film Awards will honor Tony Petitti, COO of Major League Baseball, with the 2017 New York Festivals Lifetime Achievement Award. Gala takes place Tuesday, April 25 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Eric Hawkins, SVP of HR for Discovery Communications and OWN, is stepping into the role of president of the Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association. CTHRA’s Executive Committee includes Hawkins and VP Seth Feit, group vice president of talent for Charter Communications; Secretary Rob Fodge, VP of Comcast Business for Comcast; Treasurer Tom Tooker, VP of HR at A+E Networks, and Cheryl Middleton Jones, SVP of HR for Scripps Networks Interactive. CTHRA also announced a new addition to its board of directors: Elizabeth Casanas, SVP of HR at Showtime Networks.



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Jenna Bush Hager offered a heartfelt apology on NBC’s Today yesterday, for a flub during the Golden Globes pre-show. “When I was interviewing the incomparable Pharrell [Willaims], who I adore, I accidentally in the electricity of the red carpet, which I had never done, called Hidden Figures, Hidden Fences,” said Bush Hager. “If I offended people, I am deeply sorry.” Presenter Michael Keaton had made the same mistake onstage, announcing the Supporting Actress category. “All movies with black people don’t sound alike,” tweeted comedian Robin Thede.

President-elect Donald Trump also had morning-after comments. About Meryl Streep’s speech-gone-viral speech calling him out (though not by name) for mocking a disabled reporter, Trump tweeted, “Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn’t know me but attacked me last night at the Golden Globes. She is a Hillary flunky who lost big.”

Was Meryl Streep right to call out Donald Trump at the Golden Globes? Cast your vote in the new Cynopsis http://cynopsis.com/poll/.

Fans planning to livestream the Globes were in for a jolt when they discovered NBC wasn’t running the ceremony online. Turns out the network, which hadn’t said they would livestream the event, had not secured online-streaming rights from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.


The series premiere of ID’s The Detectives Club: New Orleans airs Thursday, January 19 at 10p, featuring Big Easy investigators sharing stories of their most difficult homicide cases.

ID’s People Magazine Investigates received a full 10-episode order for season two. The true crime series is slated to be back in late 2017.

Mother and son take a culinary road trip on Cooking Channel’s Vinny & Ma Eat America, launching Tuesday, January 31 at 10p. First up for Vinny Guadagnino and his mom, who has refused to stray from Italian food (until now): Austin, TX hand-pulled noodles and pig roast.

The premiere date of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbor was changed to Monday, January 23 at 10p. In the series, stand-up comedian Jamali Maddix tries to learn about racism by meeting with people around the world who dedicate their lives to hate.

TLC’s Counting On returns on a new night Mondays at 9p, beginning January 16, following the path of Jinger and Jeremy to the altar. Special Meet the Putnams follows at 10p, focused on a family with three generations living under one roof.


Nat Geo is commemorating the legacy of President Obama on Sunday, January 15 with one-hour conservation doc Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures, followed by two-hour special Obama: The Price of Hope, a portrait of the Obama administration that features insider access to the president and his inner circle.

Telemundo is offering over 6 hours of U.S. presidential inauguration coverage on Friday, January 20, beginning at 9a and led by Noticias Telemundo anchor Jose Diaz-Balart - who has clashed with president-elect Donald Trump in the past - and the host of Al Rojo Vivo, Maria Celeste Arraras, in collaboration with journalists and presenters around the country. “Donald Trump’s inauguration will mark the first step in Noticias Telemundo’s reporting on the Trump era, a period that could be crucial for the US Hispanic community and which we plan to dedicate major resources to cover,” said Luis Fernandez, EVP of Noticias Telemundo.

Fusion special O Girls documents the journeys of five girls from the inaugural class of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. Their stories of empowerment air Sunday, January 15 at 8p.

GetTV is marking Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 16 with a programming block including the civil rights leader’s 1967 interview on The Merv Griffin Show, at 8p. Dr. King shares his views on riots and race relations, as well as joking about his inability to experience the “fun” side of New York as a clergyman.

ABC’s The View will broadcast from Animal Kingdom at Florida’s Walt Disney World from March 6-10, part of a year-long celebration of the daytime talker’s 20th season. Viewers can try to get in on the theme park action via a sweepstakes that includes a trip to see the resort to see the show, a $500 Disney gift card and a carry-on suitcase from American Tourister featuring Disney and Star Wars characters.

Peter Frampton’s 2016 concert film, Peter Frampton Raw: An Acoustic Show, airs Sunday, January 29 at 8p on AXS TV. The concert was filmed on March 15, 2016, at the Sunset Center in Carmel By The Sea, CA.


Austin Nichols (The Walking Dead) will recur on A&E’s Bates Motel. The drama’s fifth and final season launches Monday, February 20 at 10p.


BMW used Facebook Live to show off its new 5 series in a 17-minute broadcast that was the brand’s Facebook Live debut. Trudy Hardy, VP of marketing for BMW of North America, and Motor Trend editor-in-chief Ed Loh hosted. The video had over 100K views as of last night. (To learn how live video could fit in your marketing plan, register for the Cynopsis January 31 webinar, How to Monetize Around Live Video. Details are here.)

Lexus is back in the Super Bowl game, after taking 2016 off, with a spot for the new Lexus LS and LC narrated by Minnie Driver (Speechless). At an auto show, Lexus group VP and GM Jeff Bracken promised the ad would contain “a few surprises.”


Disney is releasing the Disney Kids TV ad-free streaming media and games box, according to Tom’s Guide, with kid-friendly content, streamlined menus and preloaded Disney shows and games. Target release date for the box, priced at $99, is “sooner rather than later.”

Educational, ad-free kids’ app Hopster is launching a preschool channel on Roku, available to users in the US, Canada, UK Ireland France. Titles will include Peppa Pig, Super Why!, Teletubbies, Reading Rainbow and Monster Math Squad, as well as educational games and interactive features.

Upcoming themes in Filmstruck’s Criterion Collection include “Icon: Hideko Takamine” the week of January 13, and “Directed by Mark Herman,” “Early Stewart Granger,” “The Masters: Agnes Varda” and “Palm Dog Nominees” the week of January 20.

Digital media company Onion, Inc. announced a joint partnership calling for its in-house TV development arm, Onion Studios, to team with production company Serious Business to create three films for Lionsgate over the next two years. Jordan Gilbert, VP of Digital Production for Lionsgate, will oversee creative for the Studio.

Phil Rosenthal announced via Twitter that his food show, I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, is moving to Netflix from PBS. Guests on season one included Ray Romano (Rosenthal created Everybody Loves Raymond), Martin Short, Allison Janney and Dave Spector.

Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke won’t have a single host, but someone new steering each of its 16 half-hour episodes. Late Late Show’s James Corden, Carpool chauffeur and an exec producer on the Apple iteration, said Monday at TCA, “We’re really excited about the pairings we’re putting together.” To name a few: John Legend with Alicia Keys, Seth MacFarlane with Ariana Grande and Billy Eichner with the band Metallica.


Kabo International inked a distribution agreement with Finland’s Reflect for three formats: Tilt, the first show to use VR and Mixed Reality video in TV/broadcast; social experiment format Together, and futuristic game show High Score.

AMC Networks International Central Europe, broadcaster of AMC in Central and Eastern Europe, and alternative telecom provider in the Balkan region United Group, announced a strategic deal that covers AMC across cable and DTH platforms in the Balkans, doubling its coverage in the region with one million new homes.


Live video has taken a quantum leap forward in the past year, with a foothold in gaming, sports and awards events, events delivered via live-streaming are attracting increasing ad dollars. If you’re a marketer or content producer planning for 2017 and beyond, you won’t want to miss our 1/31 webinar. Our speakers will share intel about which activations work best and how advertising can augment the business model.

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The Golden Globe Awards on NBC Sunday delivered 20.0 million viewers and a 5.6 rating among A18-49, according to Nielsen, up 8 percent in viewers and 2 percent in the demo versus last year.

Sunday’s The NFL on CBS Dolphins/Steelers matchup was the net’s best AFC Wild Card Playoff game since 2014, with an average overnight HH 19.2/38 rating, up 4 percent from last year.

The season 12 premiere of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia was the most-watched original telecast in FXX history. On a Live+3 basis, the January 4 episode was the network’s highest-rated original telecast in A18-49 (1.14 million), A25-54 and Total Viewers (1.41 million). On the night of its premiere the telecast also ranked among the Top 5 basic cable programs with A18-34 (#2) and A18-49 (#5).

In its regular time period, Fox newcomer The Mick scored 1.9/6 in Live+3 ratings, up 46 percent, for the net’s highest-rated Tuesday entertainment telecast of the season.

The season debut on Wednesday of TLC’s My 600 Lb Life was #1 in its 8-10p time period with all key women demos and averaged 1.8 million P2+ viewers. The season premiere of Tyler Perry’s Too Close to Home was its most watched and highest rated episode ever with 1.5 million P2+ viewers, helping make it TLC’s most watched and highest rated Wednesday night in over three years with P2+, W25-54 and W18-49.

Discovery Family’s New Year’s Eve “Party with the Ponies” all day My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic stunt brought in the network’s largest total day viewership averages of 2016 for both kids and girls 2-11.The total day average that day also performed 175 percent above 4Q16’s total day average for kids 2-11 and 67 percent for A25-54.

NIELSEN SOCIAL CONTENT TOP TEN for the week of January 2, 2017 Program, Date, Total Interactions (000), Facebook Interactions (000) Twitter Interactions
Golden Globe Awards (NBC) 1/8, 10,100, 7176, 2924
The Bachelor (ABC) 1/02, 934, 666, 268
WWE Monday Night RAW (USA) 1/02, 333, 225, 108
The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN) 1/03, 299, 265, 34
Love & Hip Hop (VH1) 1/02, 234, 171, 63
WWE Smackdown! (USA) 1/03, 219, 128, 91
The New Celebrity Apprentice (NBC) 1/02, 168, 134, 34
Star (FOX) 1/04, 112, 68, 44
Nashville (CMT) 1/05, 103, 84, 20
Hannity (Fox News) 1/03, 92, 45, 47
Source: Nielsen. Uniques and interactions are a measure of total relevant U.S. social media activity grossed across Facebook and Twitter from three hours before through three hours after broadcast, local time. Includes primetime and late fringe programming with metrics available across social platforms on Broadcast and National Cable and excludes sports events. For multicast programs, networks are listed alphabetically and metrics reflect the highest volume of interactions across all airing networks, denoted with an asterisk

SHAREABLEE SOCIAL TV RATINGS: Top U.S. Shows Overall by Engagement for the week of January 2, 2017
Program, Date, Total Actions (000), Total Content, Actions per Content, Fans/Followers (000)
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros./synd.) 4035, 699, 5773, 27298
Teen Wolf (MTV) 2756, 730, 3772, 12382
E! News (E!) 2649, 457, 5797, 10824
Shadowhunters (Freeform) 1215, 584, 2081, 10803
Today (NBC) 907, 260, 3488, 3499
TMZ (Warner Bros./synd.) 872, 476, 1831, 6076
Good Morning America (ABC) 546, 664, 823, 320
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC) 458, 47, 9736, 5157
The Daily Show (Comedy) 413, 175, 2362, 7553
Entertainment Tonight (CBS/synd.) 413, 254, 1626, 2936
Source: Shareablee Inc. The total actions metric includes the total volume of post-level likes, shares, favorites, retweets and comments. Total content includes all posts, tweets and media posted by each TV property across all platforms. Actions per post metric notes the average e number of actions garnered by each TV property. Total fans/followers includes Facebook and Twitter and Instagram followers.

Top 5 Live+7 Playback Rankers by percentage for the week of December 19, 2016
Live+SD/Live+7/+7 percent gain
Code Black (CBS) .9/1.6/78%
Scorpion (CBS) 1.2/2.0/67%
Scream Queens (FOX) .5/.8/60%
2 Broke Girls (CBS) 1.2/1.7/42%
Man With a Plan (CBS) 1.1/1.4/27%
Great American Baking Show (ABC) .9/1.1/22%
Based on the difference between Nielsen’s first-reported Live + Same Day and the final Live + 7 Day ratings (for regular, original programs only).

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Friday, January 6, 2017 time period averages.
Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD
CBS: 6.0/11
MacGyver 5.0/9, Hawaii 5.0 6.1/11, Blue Bloods 6.7/12
ABC 3.9/7
Last Man Standing 4.7/8, Shark Tank 3.6/6, 20/20 4.1/8
Despertar Contigo .9/2, Vino El Amour 1.2/2, Color de la Pasion 1.3/2
NBC: 2.7/5
Grimm 2.7/5, Emerald City 2.7/5
FOX: 1.7/3
Rosewood 2.0/4, Sleepy Hollow 1.4/2
CW: .4/1
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend .5/1, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend .4/1
A18-49 Ratings: ABC 1.3/5, CBS 1.3/5, NBC 1.0/4, UNI .7/3, FOX .6/2, CW .2/1


Endemol Shine Group appointed James Hayr as Head of Sales in the Commercial Partnerships team. Previously, Hayr was Head of Branded Content at AOL.

Discovery Communications promoted Gabriel Sauerhoff to the role of Senior Vice President, Digital Distribution. Sauerhoff, a 7-year Discovery veteran, will oversee strategy, development and execution of Discovery’s digital media distribution business.

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises named Monica Gil to the newly created position of Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs. Most recently, Gil was Senior Vice President and General Manager of Multicultural Growth and Strategy at Nielsen.

Frank C. Biancuzzo and Michael J. Hayes have been promoted from their positions as Senior Vice Presidents at Hearst Television, to Executive Vice Presidents. They will continue to share responsibility for management oversight of the bulk of the company’s portfolio of 30 television stations and two radio stations, in tandem with Hearst Television President Jordan Wertlieb.

OZY Media is adding three members to its in-house video team. The new, New York-based group includes Video Producers Alexander Hotz and Kevin O’Dowd, and Video Production Assistant Natalie Roe.

This Day in History: 1971 – Masterpiece Theatre premiered on PBS.

Answer to Our Last Trivia Question: What was the name of the short-lived spin-off of Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996)? The Law & Harry McGraw (1987-1988). Kudos to: Rev. Mark Wajda/Leesburg, FL, Andrew Goldman-TVtibi/NYC, Gerry Bixenspan-TV Marketing Inc./NYC, Arnicia V. Arrington/BET Networks-Washington, DC, Cynthia New-Spectrum Reach/Cape Girardeau , MO, Andy Pittman-TAMU/College Station, TX, David Garber-LMU School of Film & Television/Playa Vista, CA, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg-M and S Entertainment/LA, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA Federal Credit Union/Burbank, Ken DuBow-Bob’s Your Uncle/LA

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ABC: The Middle, American Housewife, Presidential Address, Fresh Off the Boat [r], Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
CBS: NCIS [r[, Presidential Address, The Big Bang Theory [r], NCIS: New Orleans [r]
CW: Terry Crews Saves Christmas, Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown
FOX: New Girl, The Mick, Presidential Address, Bones
NBC: The Wall, Presidential Address, The Wall [r], This Is Us
PBS: Nazi Mega Weapons, Presidential Address, American Experience
Telemundo: Silvana Sin Lana, La Dona, El Chema
Univision: Despertar Contigo, Vino el Amor, El Color de la Pasion

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