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An FBI agent’s investigation into the murder of a young American archaeologist uncovers a conspiracy 2,000 years in the making.
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Good morning. It’s Tuesday, February 17, 2015, and this is your first early morning briefing.
ABC: Repeat After Me at 8:30p
Comedy: Tosh.0 at 10p
ID: See No Evil at 10p
PBS: The Italian Americans at 9p
TLC: 19 Kids and Counting at 9p, Our Little Family at 10p
Velocity: Americarna at 10p
Discovery: Big Giant Swords at 10p
DIY: Renovate to Rent at 6:30p
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SEASON 2 OF FRIDAY NIGHT TYKES KICKS OFF STRONG ON
+83% A18-49 vs. Season 1
+105% M18-49 vs. Season 1
Season 2 premieres are the most-watched original telecasts in Esquire Network history among A18-49 and M18-49
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Isn’t that special: NBC’s Saturday Night Live 40thAnniversary Special was the net’s highest-rated prime time entertainment telecast since 2006’s Will & Grace finale and its most-watched since 2004 (excluding post-Super Bowl shows). In fast nationals, the special delivered a 7.8/21 among A18-49 and 23.1 million viewers. Along with 7p red carpet coverage (Jim Carrey to Matt Lauer: “Where are you hiding Brian Williams?”), the night’s average was 6.6/19 and 20.1 million total viewers.
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It’s not the farthest remote-happy Conan has traveled, but it’s a first: the late night TBS talker was taping in Havana over the weekend. An episode set for March 4 will be the first late night show filmed in Cuba since the 1962 embargo.
TBS’s Ground Floor won’t make it to season three. The workplace comedy, which aired what turned out to be its series finale on February 10, joins Men at Work and Sullivan & Son on the cancellation pile.
Comedy net LAFF, launching April 15, landed broadcast TV rights to sitcoms The Drew Carey Show, Night Court, Ellen, Empty Nest and Grace Under Fire. Owned and operated by Katz Broadcasting, LAFF will be available in 35 percent of the country via distribution agreements with ABC Owned Television Stations and E.W. Scripps Company stations, with additions TBA.
HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on Sunday made headlines with two stories, one about tobacco companies’ aggressive marketing overseas, including advertising directed at children (the show shipped “Jeff the Diseased Lung in a Cowboy Hat” t-shirts to Togo), and a “How Is This Still a Thing?” segment marveling at the continued popularity of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition. “Sure, at one point it was tantalizing to receive a once-annual printed magazine of scantily clad women,” said Oliver, “but do people not understand you can now just type ‘naked ladies’ into the Internet and see what Google throws at them?”
Just as marketers are getting a handle on Millennials, along comes Generation Edge. This younger group, born 1995 and later, “is markedly different from Millennials in that while they are tech innate, they are less likely to share everything online,” says Bill Carter, partner at Fuse marketing, specialists in the demo. “This will continue to be a challenge for how marketers can reach them.” Carter is among the experts offering strategies and insights for connecting with elusive Gen Edgers (aka Gen Z) in the Cynopsis webinar, Generation Edge: Catching the New Wave of Viewers coming up Thursday, February 26. To register, go here.
Top 10 Weekend Domestic Box Office Estimates: February 13-15, 2015
Fifty Shades of Grey (Universal) $81.7 million, opening weekend
Kingsman: The Secret Service (20th Century Fox) $35.6 million, opening weekend
Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge Out of Water (Paramount) $30.5 million, cume revenue $93.7 million
American Sniper (Warner Bros.) $16.4 million, cume revenue $304.1
Jupiter Ascending (Warner Bros.) $9.4 million, cume revenue $32.6 million
Seventh Son (Universal) $4.2 million, cume revenue $13.4 million
Paddington (The Weinstein Company) $4.1 million, cume revenue $62.3 million
The Imitation Game (The Weinstein Company) $3.5 million, cume revenue $79.7 million
The Wedding Ringer (Sony) $3.4 million, cume revenue $59.7 million
Project Almanac (Paramount) $2.7 million, cume revenue $19.6 million
Source: Rentrak Corporation
PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
Elizabeth Kruger and Craig Shapiro (Necessary Roughness) have boarded CBS summer series Extant as exec producers and showrunners. Extant star Halle Berry moves from co-exec producer to executive producer.
ABC Family is developing a series based on RCTV telenovela Mi Gorda Bella Valentina from Kapital Entertainment’s Aaron Kaplan (Chasing Life) and RCTV International’s Jorge Granier (Jane the Virgin). Drama centers on a young girl out for revenge against her traitorous family.
Fox ordered eight more episodes of World’s Funniest Fails. New unscripted show from dick clark productions, airing Fridays at 8p, is tied for tops in its time period among M18-49 and teens and ranks second among A18-34.
Sunday’s Saturday Night Live anniversary special has us wondering: Who do you miss most on SNL? Vote in the new Cynopsis poll.
Bishop Charles Ellis invites his closest preacher friends to his house to discuss how to save Detroit in the premiere of Oxygen’s upcoming Preachers of Detroit, debuting Friday, February 20 at 8p. For real-time content synched to the show, viewers can go to the official show site.
Actress Dakota Johnson hosts NBC’s Saturday Night Live on February 28. On SNL’s 40 anniversary special Sunday, Jerry Seinfeld warned the Fifty Shades of Grey star, “Hosting the show is thrilling, but when you host the show you’re totally powerless. You’re told what to do, what to wear, you just have to submit….”
Music Choice is celebrating Mardi Gras with non-stop tunes through Sunday, February 22.MC Sounds of the Seasons Music Channel offers classic jazz and blues “New Orleans Style.”
The long list of stars onboard for Univision music awards show Premio Lo Nuestro a la Musica Latina includes some of the hottest Latin musical performers, including J Balvin, Juanes and Juan Luis Guerra…as well as Simon Cowell, on hand for “a special performance introduction.” Also promised: a “surprise Univision announcement,” Thursday, February 19 starting with pre-show coverage at 7p.
TV and radio intersect when broadcast nods for the 2015 Radio Disney Awards are announced in a television special, Disney Channel Presents the 2015 RDMA Nomination Special, on Friday, February 27 at 7p. “We are uniquely positioned to leverage the natural synergies we have throughout Disney,” said Phil Guerini, VP, Programming and General Manager, Radio Disney.
Winners of the Writers Guild Awards, presented Saturday in LA, included HBO’s True Detective for drama and new series, FX’s Louie for comedy, Lifetime’s Deliverance Creek for long form original, HBO’s Olive Kitteridge for long form adapted and HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver for comedy/variety. For a full list of winners go here.
Trophies were also handed out in LA Saturday at the Cinema Audio Society gala. HBO’s Game of Thrones won for one-hour series and ABC’s Modern Family for half-hour series. PBS’s Sherlock took top honors for TV movie. For more, go here.
And among the TV winners at the Make-up Artists & Hairstylist Guild Awards were FX’s Sons of Anarchy for best contemporary makeup in a TV series, ABC’s Dancing With the Stars for contemporary hair styling and PBS’s Downton Abbey for both period hair and makeup. AMC’s The Walking Dead trotted off with the honor for best special effects makeup in a series. Additional winners here.
Sunday’s 62nd Annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards, for sound editing, made winners of HBO series The Newsroom and Game of Thrones. Fargo and Almost Human tied for a music award; other trophy takers included Discovery’s Klondike and History’s Houdini.
WGN’s Manhattan grabbed honors for best cinematography for a miniseries or pilot at the 29th Annual ASC Awards Sunday, while HBO’s Boardwalk Empire won for best episode of a regular series.
Films that appeal to an audience 50+ are celebrated during AARP’s 14th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards Gala, premiering on Reelz Sunday, February 22 at 1p. Top honors go to Julianne Moore (Still Alice) and Steve Carell (Foxcatcher), while Kevin Costner receives a career achievement award. And The Lego Movie is named “Best Movie for Grownups Who Refuse to Grow Up.” Encore airings Sunday, February 22 at 2a and Monday, February 23 at 9a.
CW renewed Beauty and the Beast for season four. The procedural launches its 13-ep season three Thursday, May 21 at 8p. No word yet on the future of the net’s Hart of Dixie.
BRANDS & ADVERTISING
Cable continues to creep up on broadcast when it comes to prime time upfront dollars, according to media consulting company Media Dynamics, reported in MediaPost. While spending grew 11 percent in the last five upfronts, cable was up 29 percent, versus a 1 percent rise for broadcast. And then there’s digital competing for a piece of the pie. “The 2015-16 season should be the most significant upfront in years,” said Media Dynamics president Ed Papazian, “and possibly a tipping point for traditional TV’s dominance.”
DISTRIBUTION & CARRIAGE
Dish Network and Epix struck a deal for a multi-year carriage renewal, including Epix channels on Dish’s new Sling TV streaming service. “Our customers crave the newest movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction,” said Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch, “but they also have a growing appetite for the classics and Epix delivers both. Sling TV will feature Epix’s linear channels and movies on-demand in an add-on package that is accessible and affordable.”
HGTV’s Property Brothers has been sold to Lifetime in the UK. The home renovation series from Cineflix Productions will be known as My Dream Home across the pond.
Turner Broadcasting Korean entertainment channel Oh!K launched in Malaysia on Astro. Turner secured carriage in Singapore on Singtel TV last month and on StarHub TV in October, when the channel officially launched in Southeast Asia.
Hat Trick International announced sales of Keo Films culinary documentaries Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Feast and River Cottage Australia. Among other deals, Feast has been picked up by AMC Networks for Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Moldavia, while River Cottage struck pan regional agreements with AMC Networks for Central and Eastern Europe and Scripps Newtwork for Asia.
Outfit7 Limited is headed to the Kidscreen Summit in Miami with 3D CGI animated series Talking Tom and Friends. A December sneak peek of the series, about Talking Tom and the gang shooting their own reality television show, drew over 10 million YouTube views.
The Middle’s Charlie McDermott joined CBS pilot Super Clyde in the title role, reports Deadline. Contracts for the cast of ABC’s The Middle expire at the end of its current sixth season, and the Warner Bros. Television comedy has not yet been renewed for a seventh go-round.
“Say Something” singer Christina Aguilera has joined ABC’s Nashville for a three-episode arc as a pop star. Aguilera returns to her The Voice chair for season eight of the NBC competition on Monday, February 23 at 8p.
Annie Potts (Designing Women) and John Carroll Lynch (The Drew Carey Show) will co-star opposite stand-up comedian Fortune Feimster in ABC comedy pilot Family Fortune, about a gym teacher who comes out of the closet.
Law & Order’s S. Epatha Merkerson landed a lead role in another Dick Wolf drama, Chicago Med, as the head of a hospital. She stars opposite Yaya DaCosta in NBC’s planted Chicago Fire spinoff.
Adrianne Palicki was upped to series regular on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ABC superhero drama makes its mid-season two bow Tuesday, March 3 at 9p.
Natalie Martinez (Under the Dome) won the lead role in NBC martial arts drama pilot Warrior. Lance Gross (Crisis) and Andy Allo (The Game) have also been cast in the Universal Television project.
Former Nickelodeon princess Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly) has been cast in NBC’s untitled Suzanne Martin pilot, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Comedy focuses on empty nesters whose two adult daughters come home to roost.
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Led by a 1.1/4 for new miniseries The Slap, The Blacklist’s A18-49 ratings on Thursday dropped from 2.4/7 to a series low 1.7/5 in Live+SD week to week, according to Nielsen. The NBC drama’s time slot competitor, ABC’s Scandal, dipped one tenth, to 3.1/10. At 10p, NBC drama Allegiance dropped to .7/3 from 1.1/5 for its premiere last week.
Early numbers for NBC’s Nightly News on Wednesday, the first night suspended anchor Brian Williams’ name was removed, have ABC’s World News Tonight ahead by 347,000 viewers; the Wednesday prior, ABC had been behind by almost 400,000.
ABC’s Be My Valentine Charlie Brown on Friday held last year’s A18-49 ratings (1.0/4) and delivered 4.5 million viewers, the most in five years.
Turner Sports’ NBA State Farm All-Star Saturday Night delivered an average 6.1 million total viewers watching the live telecast on TNT. With a 3.4 HH rating, the event propelled the network to win the night across all of television.
Discovery Networks International had its best fourth quarter ever in 2014, with an average audience increase to 3.2 million, up 13 percent versus 4Q13. Online growth continued, with Discovery’s non-U.S. websites increasing to an average of 73 million visitors/month, up 737 percent versus 4Q13.
FOX Business Network’s Strange Inheritance is averaging 218,000 total viewers and 40,000 among A25-54 in Live+3 ratings, a 29 percent increase in total viewers and a 38 percent increase in the demo from their live showings.
It appears Harry Potter author J.K. Rowlings has another winner. The first episode of the miniseries adaptation of her book, The Casual Vacancy, averaged 6.6 million viewers in overnight ratings, the highest in its 9p time slot on BBC.
SHAREABLEE SOCIAL TV RATINGS: Top U.S. Shows Overall by Engagement for the week of February 9, 2015
Program, Date, Total Actions (000), Total Content, Actions per Post (000), Fans/Followers (000)
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros./synd.) 1043, 208, 92, 66559
The Walking Dead (AMC) 4691, 125, 35, 37
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) 3799, 210, 18, 18952
Today Show (NBC) 2218, 468, 4, 7661
Saturday Night Live (NBC) 2190, 163, 13, 6010
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) 1633, 106, 15, 6927
Good Morning America (ABC) 1589, 573, 2773, 7062
Empire (FOX) 1352, 88, 15, 1367
Entertainment Tonight (CBS/synd.)) 1325, 445, 2979, 3930
Steve Harvey (NBCUniversal/synd.), 989, 171, 5788, 6285
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 for each property as of February 15, 2015.
Thursday A18-49 Analysis: ABC won the most A18-49 viewers Friday with 2.7/9, according to Nielsen. ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Fox’s American Idol tied for first at 8p with 2.3/8. ABC’s Scandal pulled ahead at 9p with 3.1/10, versus a 1.9/6 average for CBS’s Two and a Half Men and Big Bang Theory. ABC kept the lead at 10p with How to Get Away with Murder, followed by 1.4/5 for CBS’s Elementary.
A18-49:ABC 2.7/9, CNS 1.8/6, FOX 1.8/6, NBC 1.2/4, UNI 1.1/4, TELE .6/2, CW .5/2, ION .2/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Thursday, February 12, 2015 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
Grey’s Anatomy 5.2/9, Scandal 6.3/10, How to Get Away With Murder 5.8/10
Big Bang Theory [r] 6.9/12, Mom 6.3/10, Tow and a Half Men 5.9/20, Big Bang Theory [r] 5.8/8, Elementary 5.1/9
American Idol 5.7/9, Backstrom 2.7/4
The Slap 3.5/6, The Blacklist 5.0/8, Allegiance 2.4/4
Mi Corazon Es Tuyo 1.8/3, Hasta Fin Del Mundo 1.8/3, Que to Perdone Dios 1.5/3
Blue Bloods .9/1, Blue Bloods 1.0/2, Blue Bloods 1.1/2
Los Miserables .7/1, Tierre de Reyes .7/1, Duenos del Paraiso 1.0/2
Vampire Diaries 1.0.2, Reign .6/1
New Chapter Television appointed TV producer/director Tiff Winton as its new Director of Development. Winton has worked on shows including The Bachelor and Auction Kings.
9 Story Media Group appointed Jennifer McCann as Director of Development. Prior to joining 9 Story, McCann was Creative Producer at Marathon Media.
Voice-over artist and radio personality Gary Owens died February 12. He was 80. Owens, who served as announcer for numerous television shows including Batman,
Full House and America’s Funniest Home Videos, was best known as the host of Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.
French actor Louis Jourdan died February 13. He was 93. Perhaps best known for film roles in Gigi and Octopussy, Jourdan appeared on television shows including Columbo, Hotel and Cover Up.
Veteran local news reporter Stan Chambers died February 13. He was 91. Chambers spent 63 years with LA’s KTLA, reporting on stories including the 1965 Watts riots, the assassination of Senator Robert Kennedy and the Rodney King beating. “He will be remembered as a pioneer in the industry, and a pillar of the KTLA family,” said news director Jason Ball.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2015
ABC: Fresh Off the Boat, Repeat After Me [p], Marvel’s Agent Carter, Forever
CBS: NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, Person of Interest
CW: The Flash, Supernatural
FOX: MasterChef Junior, New Girl, The Mindy Project
NBC: Parks and Recreation, Parks and Recreation, Marry Me, About a Boy, Chicago Fire
PBS: Geneology Roadshow, The Italian Americans [p]
Telemundo: Los Miserables, Tierra de Reyes, Duenos del Paraiso
Univision: Mi Corazon Es Tuyo, Hasta el Fin del Mundo, Que te Perdone Dios…Yo No
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