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            TV Ratings: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Premiere Sinks to Series Low

            TV Ratings: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Premiere Sinks to Series Low
            It seems to be the same story every year, but “The Walking Dead” returned for its tenth season on Sunday down significantly in the Live+Same Day ratings.

            The show fell 34% in total viewers from its season 9 premiere to 4 million, and declined 42% among adults 18-49 to a 1.4 rating, as well as 35% in AMC’s preferred 25-54 demographic. The previous series lows in the first two metrics were delivered by the penultimate episode of season 9, which was watched by 4.15 million total viewers and posted a 1.5 rating in the 18-49 demo.

            However, that decline technically isn’t as steep as for last year’s premiere,
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            Nick Jonas Joins ‘The Voice’ as Coach for Season 18

            • The Wrap
            Nick Jonas Joins ‘The Voice’ as Coach for Season 18
            There’s gonna be a new coach in one of the big red chairs on “The Voice” next spring.

            Nick Jonas is joining the show as a judge for its 18th season in 2020, taking over the chair currently occupied by Gwen Stefani. He’ll be joined by returning coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton.

            The new role follows on Jonas’ appearance on NBC’s songwriting competition show “Songland” earlier this summer.

            “As a member of one of the hottest pop groups, Nick’s success in navigating all aspects of the music industry is exceptional,” said Meredith Ahr, president of NBC’s alternative and reality group. “We were so impressed by his innate musicality, technical aptitude and passion that he brought to ‘Songland’ earlier this year and
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            ‘Search Party’ Moves From TBS To HBO Max For Season 3, Gets Season 4 Renewal By Streamer

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            ‘Search Party’ Moves From TBS To HBO Max For Season 3, Gets Season 4 Renewal By Streamer
            TBSSearch Party is becoming an HBO Max original. The upcoming third season of TBS’ cult comedy series will air on the upcoming WarnerMedia streaming platform, which also has ordered a fourth season of single-camera series.

            Season 3 of Search Party, starring Alia Shawkat, Meredith Hagner, Brandon Micheal Hall, John Early and John Reynolds,, will debut on HBO Max at launch in Spring of 2020, two years after it was originally ordered by TBS.

            A critical darling, the dark comedy about a group of privileged, self-absorbed twenty-somethings covering up a murder, was never well suited for a linear network like TBS.

            Sensing that, TBS brass gave the series a multi-platform launch, which included a binge release of the entire first season over Thanksgiving week, which drew more than 1.1M viewers per episode across all platforms over five days, showing strong appeal to millennials, with 18% of its audience in the adults 18-34 demo.
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            ‘Prodigal Son’ Scores Additional 9-Episode Order at Fox

            ‘Prodigal Son’ Scores Additional 9-Episode Order at Fox
            Dr. Martin Whitly will be licking his lips.

            Fox has made the first move in fall pickups by ordering nine more episodes of “Prodigal Son,” taking its season 1 episode count to 22.

            The Michael Sheen and Tom Payne series is the highest-rated new fall show to date, with the premiere delivering 8.5 million total viewers across all platforms. The serial killer drama also grew 50% after three days delayed viewing to top the debut series ratings chart with a 1.5 among adults 18-49.

            It is worth mentioning that none of the new shows to date has scored particularly impressive ratings or viewership in comparison with previous years,
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            TV Ratings: ‘9-1-1,’ ‘The Voice’ Lead Monday Night

            TV Ratings: ‘9-1-1,’ ‘The Voice’ Lead Monday Night
            “9-1-1” and “The Voice” were locked in a close battle for the highest rated show on Monday night.

            In the end, the Fox drama took it with a 1.6 rating, followed by the NBC singing competition show with a 1.5. However, “The Voice” still took the total viewership crown with 8.7 million viewers to the 7.1 million who tuned in to catch “9-1-1.”

            The new shows were by and large stable across all the networks, while “All American” and “Black Lightening” returned to solid numbers on The CW.

            More to come…

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            Ratings: All American Returns to an Audience High, All Rise Stabilizes

            The CW’s All American threw a touchdown on Monday night, opening Season 2 with its largest audience ever — 926,000 total viewers, besting its previous high by 20 percent — and its first 0.3 demo rating since late November. TVLine readers gave the premiere an average grade of “A.”

            All American‘s freshman run averaged 670K and a 0.2 leading out of Riverdale.

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            Capping the CW’s night, Black Lightning‘s Season 3 premiere drew 900K
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            NBC’s Exec Shuffle Is Only the Latest Shift as Legacy Companies Turn to Streaming

            In a surprise move early Oct. 7, NBC-Universal outlined a major executive shuffle from on high, just nine short months after a separate shake-up of top brass at the broadcast and cable giant. But in a fast-moving landscape marked by corporate consolidation and the rapid bloom of streaming platforms, that may be the new normal.

            “You’re seeing every media company struggling with organization structure,” says analyst Craig Moffett, co-founder of boutique media and telecom research firm MoffettNathanson. “It seems pretty clear, going forward, that there’s going to be more strategic integration across media assets as you move to
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            Viacom Int’l Studios’ ‘Ana’ to Stream on Pantaya in the U.S. (Exclusive)

            Viacom International Studios (Vis) comedy series “Ana” has found its U.S. berth at premium Spanish-language streaming service, Pantaya, the fledgling Ott joint venture between Lionsgate and Hemisphere Media Group.

            The 10-episode series starring Ana de la Reguera will debut exclusively in the U.S. and Puerto Rico by early next year. De La Reguera also created, wrote and produced the semi-autobiographical series which revolves around her fictionalized character as a Latina actress in Hollywood who bears the burden of her ex beauty queen mother’s unfulfilled dreams.

            Location shooting in Vera Cruz and other parts of Mexico as well
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            Randall Is Accused of Being 'Unhinged' in Exclusive This Is Us Sneak Peek

            The Pearsons, of the Randall (Sterling K. Brown) persuasion, are settling into their new lives in Philadelphia, but things might not be going perfectly smoothly. TV Guide has an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's episode of This Is Us, which kicks off with Randall and his family getting ready for ...

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            ‘End of the F***ing World’ Sets Season 2 Premiere by Teasing Big Spoiler About James’ Fate

            Did Netflix just give away its biggest spoiler when it comes to “The End of the F***ing World” Season 2? The streaming giant has debuted the first poster for the upcoming new season of its breakout hit (officially titled “The End of the F***ing World 2”), and it includes Jessica Barden’s Alyssa sitting at a dinner table across from an urn. The urn would appear to be the remains of Alex Lawther’s James, although the show’s first season finale never confirmed the character had died.

            “The End of the F***ing World” debuted on Netflix in January 2018 and quickly became a word-of-mouth hit thanks to its deadpan black comedy and its two breakout performances from leading stars Lawther and Barden. Lawther’s James is a self-proclaimed psychopath who agrees to help Barden’s foul-mouthed Alyssa run away with the intention of eventually killing her. The two’s
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            Jennifer Aniston on How Me Too (and Matt Lauer) Influenced ‘The Morning Show’

            Jennifer Aniston on How Me Too (and Matt Lauer) Influenced ‘The Morning Show’
            It’s been 15 years since Jennifer Aniston signed off as Rachel Green on “Friends.” In that time, she’s received plenty of other offers to star in a TV show, but she hadn’t been tempted by any of them. “I was doing so many films at the time,” Aniston says on a recent afternoon, sitting in the living room of her Bel-Air mansion, as her two dogs — Clyde and Sophie — scamper around her. “So I never thought, ‘Oh I’m nostalgic.’” And she didn’t think anything could compare with the professional experience of “Friends” anyway. “If I was going to go back anywhere,
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            Ellen DeGeneres Tackles Backlash for Having 'Fun' Time With George W. Bush at NFL Game: 'It's Ok We're Different'

            Ellen DeGeneres Tackles Backlash for Having 'Fun' Time With George W. Bush at NFL Game: 'It's Ok We're Different'
            Following an uproar on social media, Ellen DeGeneres wants to clear the air about the time she spent with President George W. Bush at a recent NFL game.

            On Oct. 6, DeGeneres and the former Potus were photographed at a Dallas Cowboys-Green Bay Packers match-up, having been invited to watch the game from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ suite. The photo immediately drew criticism, which DeGeneres addressed on Tuesday’s episode of her talk show.

            More from TVLineEllen DeGeneres Teams With HBO Max for First Dates Hotel U.S. Adaptation, Kiddie Cartoon Little Ellen and More14 Moving Lgbtq Moments and
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            From Bret Baier to Rachel Maddow, News Anchors Carry More Weight in Late-Night

            CNN’s Don Lemon recently delivered some amusing quips about bickering with his mother; his looming bachelor party; and his colleague Chris Cuomo’s diet.

            He wasn’t holding forth on CNN.

            Lemon, like so many other prominent news anchors, found himself in conversation with one of TV’s many late-night hosts. Lemon had paid a visit to ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and is among the throng of TV journalists filling what seems to be a new demand at programs that once catered mainly to movie stars. comedians and offbeat animal trainers.

            TV anchors “have certainly become more prominent” in late-night guest lineups,
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            Dana Walden Backs the Cancer Center That Helped Save Her Mother’s Life

            Dana Walden Backs the Cancer Center That Helped Save Her Mother’s Life
            Dana Walden came to appreciate the work of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center the hard way — after her mother, Sheril Freedman, was diagnosed with a rare form of follicular lymphoma in 2008. Walden, one of the most powerful executives in television in her role as chairman of Disney Television Studios and ABC Entertainment, was directed to Jonsson by her close friend Jay Sures, co-president of UTA, whose father also battled cancer.

            Another highly regarded cancer center that examined Freedman recommended a radical course of chemotherapy. At the time, Freedman was 71, in good health and had no symptoms. “The notion that
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            Meaningful Change at Last? Women Gain Ground in Hollywood

            Meaningful Change at Last? Women Gain Ground in Hollywood
            Women in Hollywood are finally starting to exhale. Two years after sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein first broke, turbocharging the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, there’s a growing sense among women in showbiz that meaningful change is underway — though much remains to be done before true parity is reached.

            “There have been some good inroads,” says Donna Langley, chairman, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, whose studio was the first major to sign on to USC Annenberg Inclusion Institute and Time’s Up’s 4% Challenge for female directors in January. “It’s never going to feel like it’s enough.
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            Jennifer Aniston’s Mom on ‘Friends’ Inspired Her Work With St. Jude Children’s Hospital

            Jennifer Aniston’s Mom on ‘Friends’ Inspired Her Work With St. Jude Children’s Hospital
            When Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green on “Friends” needed someone to play her mom, the actress suggested Marlo Thomas. “Her father, John Aniston, and I had done a play together before Jennifer was born,” Thomas recalls. “We played brother and sister. When I got the call to play Jennifer’s mother, I said, ‘That’s funny — I already played her aunt!’ We had a great time. She was very excited to have me there, because she’d remembered gifts I’d sent her and her brother when she was small.”

            Their rekindled friendship led Thomas to ask Aniston to
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            After Decades of Stagnation, Women Film Directors See Major Gains in Hollywood

            In January, Stacy L. Smith — the founder of USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, which tracks representation in front of and behind the camera — published a report about female film directors. Her findings could not have been more bleak. Of the 112 directors behind the 100 top-grossing movies of 2018, only 3.6% were women. Even worse, that number was down from the year before, when women represented 7.3% of the top 100. To emphasize the blighted landscape, Smith and her research team put their key finding in bold: “The percentage of female directors has not changed over time.”

            Ten months later, based on the year’s releases
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            The Flash Boss Says the Show Will Enter 'Cuckoo Town' in Season 6

            The Flash is about to enter a tricky time period in which fans will decide whether the show is past its prime or still worth the weekly watch. After all, when was the last time you said, "You know, the show was always good, but it really hit its stride in Season 6?" The Flash's new showrunner, Eric

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            Alex Trebek Mulls Early Jeopardy! Exit, Reveals 'Diminished' Hosting Skills

            Alex Trebek Mulls Early Jeopardy! Exit, Reveals 'Diminished' Hosting Skills
            Despite his commitment to hosting Jeopardy! while undergoing cancer treatment, Alex Trebek has revealed that his skills behind the podium “have started to diminish.”

            In a new interview with the Canadian newsmagazine W5, Trebek spoke candidly about his future at Jeopardy!, acknowledging that the side effects of chemotherapy may cause him to leave the show earlier than anticipated.

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            “I talk to the producers about this all the time now.
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            ’60 Minutes’ Plans New Short-Form Program for Quibi

            The newest edition of “60 Minutes” will have decidedly less time to make its point.

            The venerable CBS newsmagazine plans to launch an original weekly program – just six minutes in length – for Quibi, the upstart streaming-video outlet that plans to devise short-form entertainment for mobile audiences. The new “60 in 6” is expected to launch on Quibi in April, and expands the “60 Minutes” brand to a new platform. The program had produced a sports series for Showtime.

            “This is a perfect opportunity to bring ’60 Minutes’ style of storytelling, in-depth reporting and investigative journalism to a new audience,” said Bill Owens, the executive producer of the series,
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