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Good morning.It’s Friday, March 14, 2014, and this is your first early morning briefing.


Tonight’s Premieres:
BBC World News: Divine Women at 8:10p


Tonight’s Finales:
Cinemax:  Banshee at 10p
Destination America: Monsters & Mysteries at 10p


Saturday’s Premieres:
ABC: Nightline Prime at 9p
HUB: Sabrina Secrets of a Teenage Witch at 12p
OWN: Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s at 9p
TLC: Stalked: Someone’s Watching at 10p


Saturday’s Finales:
DIY: Rescue Renovation at 11a
ID: Deadly Sins at 9p
Starz: Black Sails at 9p


Sunday’s Premieres:
Discovery: Naked & Afraid at 9p, Naked After Dark at 10:30p
E!: Total Divas at 9p
Estrella: Isabel at 7p
Food: Southern at Heart at 10a
H2: The Bible Rules at 10p
NBC: Crisis at 10p
Telemundo: La Voz Kids at 8p
Travel: Church Secrets & Legends at 10p


Sunday’s Finales:
Bravo: Blood, Sweat and Heels at 9p
DIY: Building Alaska at 10p
HLN: Cook You’re A… Off at 8p
Showtime: Episodes at 10:30p


Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street is back on Fuse!
“It’s like no game show you’ve ever seen” USA Today

Entertainment Weekly’s Must List 

The Daytime Emmy®nominee returns with his most star-studded season yet!
Funny or Die’s Billy On The Street With Billy Eichner
Wednesdays 11/10c 

Only on Fuse

CBS renewed 18 primetime shows, for a total of 20 returning series. “The best way to launch new shows in the fall and throughout the season is to surround them with a strong and stable lineup of successful series,” said Nina Tassler, Chairman of CBS Entertainment. And the winners are: dramas NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Person of Interest, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, Criminal Minds, Elementary and The Good Wife; comedies 2 Broke Girls, The Millers, Mike & Molly, Mom and Two and a Half Men; reality series The Amazing Race and Undercover Boss, and news shows 60 Minutes and 48 Hours. The net had already struck multi-year deals for The Big Bang Theory and Survivor. Not making the cut (yet): freshman series Hostages, Intelligence and The Crazy Ones.


Will digital ad spending surpass spending on television in just a few years? A study from eMarketer reported by Media Life forecasts 2018 as the year digital dollars surpass TV, with mobile alone growing from 2.6 percent of ad spending in 2012 to 24.9 percent. While TV will still account for 36.1 percent of spending, if the report proves accurate, pity print: U.S. ad spending would drop from 20.7 percent to 14.4 percent by 2018.

The Obama administration has asked to weigh in on the broadcasters-versus-Aereo battle at the case’s April 22 Supreme Court hearing. “Because the Court’s decision in this case will likely address important questions about the scope of public-performance right in the context of novel technologies for transmitting and viewing copyrighted audiovisual works using the Internet, the United States has a substantial interest in presenting its views,” said the request. The White House has already filed a brief siding with the broadcasters.

The date for a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about the proposed Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger has been set for April 2. Senator Patrick Leahy, who chairs the committee, said, “Millions of Americans rely on cable connectivity to receive the programs they love and to access the Internet… The pending merger is an important opportunity to examine how Americans access these services.” The deal must pass muster with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. Justice Department.

E!‘s digital lifestyle destination, The Trend, has been renamed The Fabulist, offering online companion content for viewers of the new weekly series by the same name. Launching Monday, March 17 at 8:30p, the pop culture series, hosted by Kristin Cavallari (The Hills) and Orly Shani (Fashion Star), offers the latest on fashion, beauty and lifestyle trends.

Starting this week, ABC‘s late-night news show is making an earlier appearance, on Saturdays. Nightline Prime will air at 9p, opposite the second hour of NBC‘s new Dateline Mystery. A Nightline limited series, The Lookout, aired last summer.

Cinema advertising’s Screenvision is holding its second annual multi-city upfront event starting April 2 in NYC, featuring an advance screening of Marvel’s Captain America. “While broadcast and cable TV are important components of media plans, marketers and agencies are under increasing pressure to execute media plans that augment their TV buys,” CEO Travis Reid tells Cynopsis. “When TV viewing is down on the weekends, we are at our highest capacity.”

Creating the Perfect Media Pitch: The New Secrets to Selling to Advertisers on Tuesday, April 8will show you how to distinguish your programming from the pack, and position your network as the optimum home for brands. Agency, brand and network experts gather for a webinar that explains the new partnering opportunities advertisers expect, must-haves for today’s sales calls and best practices for determining a brand’s goal. Please go here for details.


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Netflix released images from the upcoming season of Orange Is the New Black, and it sure looks like new cast member Lorraine Toussaint (as Yvonne “Vee” Parker) will be facing off against Red (Kate Mulgrew). The Lionsgate Television production premieres Friday, June 6.

All3Media and Heather Schuster, who formerly oversaw unscripted development and programming for Ryan Seacrest Productions, are partnering for newly created Morocco Junction Entertainment. Schuster will serve as CEO for the company, focusing on unscripted global formats for broadcast and cable.

Showtime ordered drama pilot Billions, about the collusion between an aggressive attorney and hedge-funders, from a script by Andrew Ross Sorkin (CNBC‘s Squawk Box), and Brian Koppelman and David Levien (Ocean’s Thirteen), who will exec produce.


Tonight’s season two finale of Monsters & Mysteries in America “gives spring breakers a treat,” Marc Etkind, general manager of Destination America, tells Cynopsis, “but maybe they won’t want to go in the water after hearing accounts of a beach-loving bigfoot, a bayou werewolf and America’s own Loch Ness Monster.” Show airs on DA at 10p.

Two days shy of the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon terrorist attack, Nat Geo will debut Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers. The RAW TV production, airing Sunday, April 13 at 9p, offers information from the FBI and Boston Police Department, as well as interviews with survivors.

The Passion of the Christ will make its commercial television debut Palm Sunday on UP, part of the net’s two-week Easter celebration. “As UP is one of the largest producers of uplifting, faith-friendly movies, this television event – the most popular faith movie of all time – is the perfect centerpiece for our Easter programming,” Charley Humbard, president and CEO of UP, tells Cynopsis. Event airs Sunday, April 13 at 9p.

On a different note, upcoming E!‘s Men of the Strip follows the making of a Sin City all-male revue, from auditions to dance training. The 90-minute docu-soap debuts Monday, May 26 at 8p.

Adam Richman (Man v. Food) has a new gastronomy gig: Man Finds Food. The Travel Channel series from Sharp Entertainment follows Richman as he unearths food finds across the country, starting Wednesday, July 2.

Susan Boyle: Her Secret Struggle follows the Scottish singer as she embarks on her first tour and shares her battle with Asberger’s Syndrome. Documentary premieres in the U.S. on Ovation Wednesday, April 9 at 10p.

Unscripted series/social experiment Famous in 12 follows a fame-seeking family for 12 weeks as the members move to LA and are guided by celeb experts like TMZ‘s Harvey Levin. The Renegade 83 and Harvey Levin Productions series in association with Warner Horizon Television and Telepictures debuts Tuesday, June 3 at 8p.

Nat Geo gathers ten active and retired U.S. Army generals for a documentary exploring 50 years of America’s military battles. Two-hour special American War Generals debuts in fall 2014.

Moving Country follows the phenomenon of Americans pulling up stakes in search of the simpler life. The Great American Country docu-series leaves the city behind starting Wednesday, April 16 at 10p.

The season one finale of ABC Family‘s Twisted includes shocking confessions and exposed secrets on Tuesday, April 1 at 9p.


Don’t Miss Out… The call for entries in the third annual Cynopsis Kids !magination + People Awards is now open. The Awards honor the best children’s and family multiplatform programming and marketing, plus the outstanding execs in kids entertainment. This year, we will also be honoring an elite group of Animation Innovators. Entry deadline is Friday, March 14, and we will salute all winners on June 11, 2014, at the !magination Awards ceremony in NY. Please visit the awards website for info: http://www.cynopsis.com/events/kids-awards.


Guntucky, where “family comes first, but guns are a close second,” comes back to CMT for season two on Saturday, April 5 at 9p. The Leftfield Pictures production focuses on a family-owned firearm range in Kentucky.

Conspiracy thriller Orphan Black returns to BBC America Saturday, April 19 at 9p, with Sarah (Parks and Recreation‘s Tatiana Maslany) navigating “a world of new enemies.” Michelle Forbes (True Blood) and Patrick J. Adams (Suits) will guest star during the season two.

Food Network is offering a second helping of Farmhouse Rules, with new recipes from down-home cook Nancy Fuller starting Saturday, April 19 at 10:30a.

Louie returns to FX Monday, May 5 at 10p – 19 months after season three wrapped. Creator/star Louis C.K. needed the extra time between “to make it even better,” said FX CEO John Landgraf. “Remarkably, he accomplished his goal.”

Learn about the Hispanic market and digital initiatives from brands and networks at the Cynopsis webinar on March 27: Reaching Today’s U.S. Hispanic Connected Audience Through Digital, Social Media and Web Video. Register on the Cynopsis web site.


An elegant lunch at NYC’s Gramercy Park Hotel was the setting for Crown Media‘s upfront presentation on Thursday, where EVP of ad sales and digital media Ed Georger said he anticipates a 20 percent increase in advertiser commitments at the upfront, explaining, “Advertisers are putting a higher value on original content and a higher value on original family programming.” And the network is truly walking the talk: CEO Bill Abbott remarked that unlike other sister channels, there’s no duplicated programming between Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel.

Hallmark Channel unveiled a slate of 15 original movie premieres that includes the seventh chapter in its highest-rated franchise, Good Witch’s Wonder, starring Catherine Bell and Chris Potter, and the return of the net’s holiday movie line-up, “Countdown to Christmas,” which will include over 1200 hours of family-friendly holiday-themed programming. Among the yuletide offerings: Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle, another partnership with the bestselling author. “We are committed to providing new, original stories that the whole family can watch and enjoy together,” said Michelle Vicary, EVP, programming for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel, adding that “is what separates our network as the leader in quality family entertainment.” Another big name joining the Crown Media family is Martha Williamson, former writer and executive producer of the hit Touched By An Angel. Williamson is the writer and executive producer of the new series Signed, Sealed, Delivered, premiering April 20th.

The net will also celebrate love and romance with 24-hour programming in “Countdown to Valentine’s,” from January 31-February 14, and is bringing back Kitten Bowl, a Super Bowl counter-programming event that reached 6.1 million viewers P2+ unduplicated viewers during its four airings in February. Encouraged by the success of the Kitten Bowl, Hallmark will debut the Kitten Paw-Star Game in summer 2015 as part of its “Pet Project initiative devoted to celebrating pets raising awareness of the plight of shelter animals.”

Biggest news of all: Hallmark Movie Channel is getting a new name, a new tagline and a new logo – along with an increased emphasis on mystery dramas. Beginning in Q4, the net will rebrand as Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, with a “Mystery Wheel” launching in 2015 featuring three movie franchises that follow the same primary characters over the course of several months. First up: Garage Sale Mystery, starring Lori Loughlin (When Calls the Heart), continues the plot of a 2013 Hallmark Channel movie of that name, in early 2015.“Great mysteries have always been a strong part of Hallmark Movie Channel’s brand,” said Vicary. “The nature of the franchise compels viewers to come back for more suspenseful action from their favorite characters each.” It’s not all about suspense, though. Following record-breaking ratings during Q4 2013, HMC is bringing back “The Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas,” featuring two original movie premieres, The Christmas Secret and The Christmas Shepherd, starting Monday, November 3, and 24/7 holiday themed programming.


Ovation acquired U.S. premiere rights to arts-centric series from BBC Worldwide North America for a new daily programming block, “Morning Canvas.” Shows include Sex and Sensibility: The Allure of Art Nouveau, documentary series A Very British Murder and The Aristocrats, Treasures of Ancient Egypt and Unfinished Masterpieces.

A+E Networks UK channel Crime + Investigation acquired U.K. pay TV rights to premiere seasons 16 and 17 of Judge Judy from CBS Studios International.


Tyler Blackburn will return as a series regular for season five of ABC Family hit Pretty Little Liars, premiering Tuesday, June 10 at 8p. Blackburn had starred in the short-lived PPL spin-off, Ravenswood.

Valerie Bertinelli (Hot in Cleveland) will guest in two eps of Hallmark Channel‘s Signed, Sealed, Delivered, premiering Sunday, April 20 at 8p.


The April 7-10 conference will spotlight 4K content in all genres, with footage and experimental transmissions covering factual, drama, music and sports in a dedicated 4K theater. “Sales of 4K TV sets are progressing at a rate nobody anticipated,” said Chris Forrester, exec producer of the 4K conferences. “The MIPTV 4K program offers a unique opportunity to understand the entire process of 4K adoption and see stunning examples of the latest 4K content.” The MIPTV 4K Ultra-HD program was created in partnership with Sony Corp., and sponsored by SES Astra.

Keshet is unveiling trivia game Boom! at Cannes, combining “physical gameplay with a unique visual concept.” Talent format Rising Star will also be available, along with children’s talent show Master Class, scripted romantic comedy She’s with Me, new comedy Easy Money and Prisoners of War (on which Homeland was based).

Rive Gauche Television announced numerous pre-MIPTV sales worldwide. To name a few: The Illegal Eater to Esquire Network (USA), Discovery (Asia & Pac Rim) and True Corp (Thailand); Mountain Movers to Explora (Canada) and True Corp (Thailand) and Catch My Killer and Pretty Bad Girls to RTL (Netherlands).


Channel 4 commissioned Arrow Media‘s Mayday: The Passenger Who Landed a Plane, about a man’s harrowing experience when the pilot of a plane was flying in collapsed. “We were able to secure exclusive access to sources that had never been seen, heard or used before,” John Smithson, Arrow Media joint creative director, tells Cynopsis. “Full air traffic control tapes enabled us to hear the entire conversations between the ground and the hero passenger, John Wildey. We also managed to get access to the audio from conversations that John had with the RAF search and rescue helicopter team.”

A+E Networks UK is expanding further into Romania, with History HD and Crime & Investigation Network available on satellite and digital TV operator Romtelecom and its subsidiary, NextGen Communications.


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Sunday’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos was number one for the third week in a row in both total viewers and A25-54, according to Nielsen. The ABC show’s 3-week run at the top is its best in over 16 years in viewers and best in over 18 years in the news demo, based on regular telecasts.

CBS‘s Survivor rose one tenth versus last Wednesday in the A18-49 demo, to a 2.5 rating/8 share, enough to top Fox‘s American Idol, which dipped five tenths to 2.3/8 in the common hour, according to Nielsen. It’s the first time Survivor has beaten Idol head-to-head in the demo.

Good Morning America‘s post-Oscars show on Monday, March 3 garnered ABC its best numbers in total viewers (7.162 million) and A25-54 (2.876 million) since April 29, 2011, the royal wedding.

Broadcast Morning News Shows  Weekly Average Ratings(week of March 3, 2014)
ABC: GMA 6.30 million total viewers; 2.1/14 and 2.46 million A25-54

NBC: Today 5.31 million total viewers; 1.8/12 and 2.20 million A25-54

CBS: This Morning 3.11 million total viewers; .8/6 and 1.01 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI

Broadcast Sunday Morning News Shows(March 9, 2014)?
ABC: This Week 3.27 million total viewers; .9 and 1.1 million A25-54

CBS: Face the Nation 2.89 million total viewers; .7 and 890,0000 A25-54

NBC: Meet the Press 2.89 million total viewers; .7 and 886,000 A25-54?

CBS: Face the Nation-2 1.60 million total viewers; .4 and 434,000 million A25-54?

FOX: Fox News Sunday 1.04 million total viewers; .2 and 293,000 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI

Wednesday A18-49 Analysis: FOX won the most A18-49 viewers Wednesday with 2.4/8, according to Nielsen. CBS’s Survivor took first at 8p with 2.5/8, versus 2.3/8 for Fox’s American Idol. Idol took the lead at 9p with 2.6/7, followed by 2.3/7 for CBS’s Criminal Minds. CBS was back on top at 10p with CSI (2.0/6); NBC landed in second with Chicago PD (1.6/5).
A18-49: FOX 2.4/8, CBS 2.3/7, ABC 1.9/6, NBC 1.5/5, UNI 1.1/4, TELE .4/2, CW .3/1

Live + Same Day Household Ratings:Wednesday, March 12, 2014  time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 6.4/11

Survivor 5.9/10, Criminal Minds 6.8/11, CSI 6.6/11

FOX: 6.3/10
American Idol 6.3/10
ABC: 3.9/10
The Middle 4.5/8, Suburgatory 3.4/5, Modern Family 5.6/9, Mixology 2.8/5, Nashville 3.4/6
NBC: 3.7/6
Revolution 2.9/5, Law & Order: SVU 4.2/7, Chicago PD 3.8/7
Por Siempre mi Amor 1.3/2, Que Vida me Robo 2.0/3, Que Pobres Tan Ricos 1.6/3
TELE: .7/1
Impostura .6/1, En Otra Piel .8/1, Camilia la Texana .7/1


Discovery Communications promoted Jane Latman to General Manager, Discovery Fit & Health. Latman will retain her responsibilities as Senior Vice President, Investigation Discovery.

VH1 named Nina L. Diaz as Senior Vice President, East Coast Production and Development. Most recently, Diaz was Senior Vice President, Head of Current Production at Left/Right Productions.

Technicolor named Tim Sarnoff as President of Production Services, a new group integrating Creative Services and Digital Productions, and Claude Gagnon as Senior Vice President, Content Solutions and Industry Relations.


Veteran production manager and assistant director Abby Singer died on March 13. He was 96. Singer worked on shows including Rhoda, The Bob Newhart Show and Hill Street Blues.



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Friday Fun Fact:There is a Museum of Broken Relationships in Croatia that displays objects from ex-loves.

This Day in History: 1948 – Happy 66th birthday, Billy Crystal!

Answer to Our Last Trivia Question: On Seinfeld (1989-1998), what college did Jerry and George attend? Queens College (lots of correct responses from New York on this one!). Kudos to: Otaja Abit-LAByrinth Theatre Company/Queens, NY, Jay Goldstein-GSM Worldwide/NY, Andrew Goldman-HB)/NYC, Mark Carpentieri-Five Towns College/Long Island, Mary Kovac-Icon International, Judy Margolis-The Ad Place/Dallas, Roz Seibold-EDA/Tucson, Tom Moore-Kalt Productions/LA, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA/LA, Paul Blutter-Walk and Talk Productions/Burbank.

Today’s Trivia Question: In which fictional town did the Connors live on Roseanne (1988-1997)?(Email trivia@cynopsis.comwith 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: Last Man Standing [r], The Neighbors, Shark Tank, 20/20 [r]

CBS: Undercover Boss, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods

CW: Whose Line Is It Anyway? [r], Whose Line Is it Anyway? [r], Colin & Brad: Two Man Group [r]

FOX: Rake, Enlisted, Raising Hope

NBC: Dateline NBC, Grimm, Hannibal

PBS: Washington Week, Charlie Rose, Johnny Carson: American Masters [r]

Telemundo: La Impostora, En Otra Piel, Camelia La Texana

Univision: Por Siempre Mi Amore, Lo Que la Vida Me Robo, Que Pobres Tan Ricos

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