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            TV Ratings: Manifest Ticks Up With Finale, All Rise Hits Audience High

            TV Ratings: Manifest Ticks Up With Finale, All Rise Hits Audience High
            In the latest TV ratings, NBC’s Manifest closed Season 2 with 4.6 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, ticking up in both measures to hit and match its best numbers since the season opener. TVLine readers gave both the finale and all of Season 2 an average grade of “A”; read our juicy post mortem.

            Opening the Peacock’s night, The Voice (9.5 mil/1.5) dipped week-to-week yet easily led Monday in both measures.
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            Hal Willner, Longtime ‘SNL’ Sketch Music Producer, Dies at 64 With Coronavirus Symptoms

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            Hal Willner, Longtime ‘SNL’ Sketch Music Producer, Dies at 64 With Coronavirus Symptoms
            Hal Willner, a music producer and longtime sketch songwriter for “Saturday Night Live,” has died at the age of 64, TheWrap has confirmed.

            Willner died Tuesday of an illness, according to a representative. No cause of death has been determined, though Willner’s symptoms were consistent with Covid-19.

            Willner served as the sketch music producer for “SNL” for nearly two decades, first joining the NBC program in 1981. His Twitter bio poked fun at how long he’d been with the show, describing him as “so-called Music Producer & Saturday Night Live sketch music guy since Raging Bull debuted, Another One Bites the Dust a hit & Kim Kardashian was born. Oy Vey.”

            Willner also served as the music coordinator on Lorne Michaels’ short-lived “Sunday Night” musical variety program on NBC. The music-centric program, hosted by Jools Holland and David Sanborn, ran for two
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            U.K. Coronavirus Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund Opens for Applications

            The Covid-19 Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund has opened for applications in the U.K., as research shows that 93% of industry freelancers are no longer working due to the coronavirus crisis.

            Created by The Film and TV Charity in partnership with the BFI to provide support to workers and freelancers hit hardest by the closure of productions across the U.K., the fund has been supported by initial donations totalling £2.5 million ($3.1 million) from Netflix, the BFI, BBC Studios, BBC Content, WarnerMedia and several private donors.

            One-off grants between £500 ($615) and £2,500 will be awarded based on need.

            The time-limited fund — applications
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            ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Series Finale Review: After Five Years, the Rose Family Gets Their ‘Happy Ending’

            ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Series Finale Review: After Five Years, the Rose Family Gets Their ‘Happy Ending’
            [Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for the “Schitt’s Creek” series finale, “Happy Ending.”]

            Since 2015, “Schitt’s Creek” has been one of the most charming shows on television. While that may not sound like strong praise in terms of genuine quality humor — instead, perhaps, it sounds like acknowledgment that the show is just as Canadian as its creators and cast — it absolutely is, because the series’ ability to be effortlessly charming also revealed that a show can be warm and good-hearted without being sappy or lacking edge in its humor.

            More from IndieWire'Schitt's Creek' Is Ending This Month but Dan Levy Is Open to a Reunion'Outlander' Review: A Season 5 Wedding Sets Up All Kinds of Family Drama

            When “Schitt’s Creek” first premiered, it certainly had something to draw viewers in: the sophisticated ignorance that defined — and then continued to define — the newly broke Rose family. But its potential was mostly predicated on just how much unexpected charm it had.
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            House, ER, Scrubs Casts Reunite to Pay Tribute to the 'Real Healthcare Heroes' on Coronavirus Front Lines — Watch

            House, ER, Scrubs Casts Reunite to Pay Tribute to the 'Real Healthcare Heroes' on Coronavirus Front Lines — Watch
            Former House doctor Olivia Wilde is bringing together some of the biggest names in fake medicine to pay tribute to the actual hospital workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

            “The closest… I’ve ever come to being a doctor is putting on a costume,” the actress formerly known as Thirteen notes at the start of the epic mashup, before adding tongue-in-cheek, “And while it is close, it is not quite the same. I just want to say thank you to all the real healthcare heroes out there.”

            More from TVLineAll Rise to Shoot Pandemic Episode Using FaceTime,
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            Quibi’s Launch Day Success Is Difficult to Determine

            Quibi’s Launch Day Success Is Difficult to Determine
            At least 300,000 individuals downloaded Quibi, the entertainment industry’s newest streaming service, on its Monday launch date according to data from two analytics firms.

            Sensor Tower reported that more than 300,000 users downloaded the mobile-only, short form platform while App Annie estimated 700,000 users downloaded Quibi on Monday. The numbers were originally reported by Variety and the Los Angeles Times, respectively. IndieWire confirmed the data with both analytics firms.

            More from IndieWireQuibi's 'Memory Hole' Accused of Plagiarizing Content From Boutique Art CollectiveQuibi's Debut Shows, Ranked

            The sharply varying numbers make it difficult to determine how much traction Quibi gained on its launch day and exemplifies the difficulty of determining how successful streaming services are. While Nielsen’s ratings have long been the voice of authority for television viewership, there is no standard of measurement for the industry’s numerous streaming services.

            A Quibi spokesperson referred IndieWire to the Los Angeles Times report
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            One Day at a Time EPs Weigh In on That Outlander Moment, [Spoiler]'s Return

            One Day at a Time EPs Weigh In on That Outlander Moment, [Spoiler]'s Return
            All One Day at a Time‘s Penelope wanted was a little “alone time” to catch up on Outlander — but her “ménage à moi” was disrupted when Alex made the mistake of opening her bedroom door without knocking.

            Yep, that’s right! During Tuesday’s episode, the teenager walked in on his mom while she was masturbating. (“I haven’t seen terror in a man’s eyes like that since Afghanistan,” Penelope revealed to her Ptsd support group.)

            More from TVLine'One Day at a Time' EPs Talk Netflix Jab, Census Taker Ray Romano, Penelope's Love Life and More'Schitt's Creek' Recap:
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            How We Know The Masked Singer's Turtle Is This Underrated Pop Star

            Another of the best performers in Season 3, Turtle's got a "shelluva" voice, and hot dance moves to boot, leaving little doubt he's been gracing stages with his skills for a very long time. And while nothing will be certain until that rubber (or is that plastic?) head comes off, Turtle is almost

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            Other Links From TVGuide.com The Masked SingerJesse McCartney
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            The Resident Ep Breaks Down the Makeshift Finale — Would a Potential Season 4 Tackle Unresolved Stories?

            The Resident Ep Breaks Down the Makeshift Finale — Would a Potential Season 4 Tackle Unresolved Stories?
            The following post contains spoilers for The Resident‘s Season 3 finale. Proceed with caution!

            The Resident scrubbed out a little earlier than expected on Tuesday, ending its third season three episodes ahead of schedule after coronavirus concerns shut down production.

            More from TVLineSeason Finale Shake-Ups: New Dates for #OneChicago, Svu, Grey's and MoreAll Rise to Shoot Pandemic Episode Using FaceTime, Zoom — Cast Will Record Footage From Inside HomesDuncanville Renewed for Season 2

            Of course, the Fox drama’s makeshift finale was eerily timed, given that Chastain Park Memorial was dealing with its own outbreak in Episode 20, just as a real-life pandemic
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            Schitt's Creek: The Standout Moments From the Tear-Soaked Finale, Ranked

            Schitt's Creek: The Standout Moments From the Tear-Soaked Finale, Ranked
            We’d love to say we’re not crying, you’re crying, but c’mon, let’s be real — we’re all crying over the ways that the joyful series finale of Schitt’s Creek lived up to its “Happy Ending” title. And since we’d sooner watch a Sunrise Bay reboot that doesn’t star one Moira Rose than say goodbye to the sweet-hearted Pop comedy, we’re going to take one last look back at the finale.

            Included in the “wedding album” below are what we consider to be the 10 most perfect moments from the show’s (sniffle) last episode,
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            Schitt's Creek Recap: Was the Series' Bittersweet Finale Simply the Best?

            Schitt's Creek Recap: Was the Series' Bittersweet Finale Simply the Best?
            After six seasons, 80 episodes, and more laughs and tears than we could possibly count, Schitt’s Creek came to an end Tuesday with a lovely Daniel Levy-written and co-directed half-hour that made David and Patrick husband and button face, sent Johnny and Moira West, and presented the Rose family’s patriarch with arguably the most perfect goodbye gift ever. What was it? Read on.

            ‘I’Ve Woken Up In A Black Mirror Episode!’ | As “Happy Ending” began, David’s family awakened him in his bed at the motel to let him know that overnight, there had been a couple of small hiccups in his wedding plans.
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            Live+7 Ratings for Week of March 23: ‘Survivor,’ ‘The Voice’ Consolidate Coronavirus Audience Boost

            Live+7 Ratings for Week of March 23: ‘Survivor,’ ‘The Voice’ Consolidate Coronavirus Audience Boost
            Unscripted series are showing the biggest ratings and viewership gains amid the mass self-isolation caused by coronavirus, and two of the biggest beneficiaries continued to consolidate their gains in delayed viewing.

            After seven days of delayed viewing, the March 23 episode of “The Voice” was up to a 2.2 rating among adults 18-49 and 11.7 million total viewers, which represents a 15% ratings boost on its season averaged to date. Likewise the “Survivor” episode from that week on CBS also reached a 2.2 rating in Live+7 and 10.1 million total viewers, one million viewers more than its season average.

            On the scripted front, “The Good Doctor
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            Here's How We Know The Masked Singer's Night Angel Is This Real Housewife

            Here's How We Know The Masked Singer's Night Angel Is This Real Housewife
            Night Angel is by far one of the strongest performers on The Masked Singer Season 3. Ever since she burst out of the gate in Week 6 singing Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name," Night Angel has dazzled viewers with her smoking pipes. (Exactly what her costume is supposed to harken back to, however,

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            Other Links From TVGuide.com The Masked SingerKandi Burruss
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            Chicago Fire Ep Teases Cruz's Wedding Jitters, 'Complication' for Grieving Brett

            Chicago Fire Ep Teases Cruz's Wedding Jitters, 'Complication' for Grieving Brett
            Wedding bells are ringing in lieu of fire alarms on this Wednesday’s Chicago Fire (NBC, 9/8c) — but will the groom make it to the altar?

            During Cruz’s last shift before his nuptials to Chloe (guest star Kristen Gutoskie), Firehouse 51 is dealt an unexpected challenge when a group of protesters chain themselves to the station’s firetrucks in an attempt to get their own community’s firehouse reopened. As the situation grows more and more complicated, you might be left wondering, “Will Cruz make it to his own wedding?” showrunner Derek Haas tells TVLine.

            More from TVLineSeason Finale Shake-Ups: New Dates for #OneChicago,
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            TV News Roundup: Netflix Drops ‘Middleditch & Schwartz’ Trailer (Watch)

            TV News Roundup: Netflix Drops ‘Middleditch & Schwartz’ Trailer (Watch)
            In today’s TV roundup, Netflix released the official trailer for Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz’s improve show, and Disney Plus announced that its original series “It’s A Dog’s Life with Bill Farmer” will premiere May 15.

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            TBS has set the Season 2 premiere of comedy game show “The Misery Index” for May 14 at 10:30 p.m. Host Jameela Jamil and panelists The Tenderloins from truTV’s “Impractical Jokers” will return to judge how well two teams can rate real-life events on the misery index, a ranking system created by psychologists. Special themed episodes will include dueling grandmothers,
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            8 Reasons ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Needs to Be Rebooted

            8 Reasons ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Needs to Be Rebooted
            Housebound viewers hiding from coronavirus need “Vanderpump Rules” more than ever — but instead, this eighth season is when the Bravo reality show has completely fallen apart.

            When the show premiered in January 2013 as an offshoot of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” it was a gift. A reality show about the depthless, dramatic lives of a group of friends who worked at the West Hollywood restaurant Sur; all of whom were pretty but not too pretty, dumb but not too dumb; and who lived in the thrall of the restaurant’s owner Lisa Vanderpump — truly, what could be better? There
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            The Best Kids' Movies to Watch: Frozen 2, Onward, Boss Baby, and More

            Parents, we get it. Sometimes you just want to plop the kid in front of a movie and have a few hours to chill. But looking for an appropriate children's movie is just as tough as looking for a movie for yourself.

            Not anymore! We've put together a list of the best kid-friendly flicks that are

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            Other Links From TVGuide.com CocoThe Incredibles 2The Boss BabyAn American TailDespicable Me 3Captain Underpants: The First EpicCloudy With A Chance Of MeatballsCars 3Beauty And The BeastOnward
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            Bob Iger Floats Temperature Checks at Disney Parks, but Wall Street Sees Two Years Before Normalcy Returns

            Bob Iger Floats Temperature Checks at Disney Parks, but Wall Street Sees Two Years Before Normalcy Returns
            As the Walt Disney Co. looks beyond the current coronavirus crisis and to a horizon where its worldwide theme parks and resorts are able to re-open, Disney executive chairman Bob Iger is floating the possibility of taking visitors’ temperatures. Still, Wells Fargo separately downgraded Disney’s stock on Tuesday, with analysts there noting that attendance at the parks “could take 24 months to normalize.”

            “One of the things that we’re discussing already is that in order to return to some semblance of normal, people will have to feel comfortable that they’re safe,” Iger said in an interview with Barron’s.
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            The Best Superhero Shows to Watch Right Now

            The Best Superhero Shows to Watch Right Now
            In the old days, in order to get your superhero fix, you had to hide under the covers with a flashlight and read a comic book after your parents went to sleep, or you had to slip a comic into a Bible and sneak in a few pages during Sunday school (at least that's what movies have told us). Now, you

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            Other Links From TVGuide.com ArrowThe FlashSupergirlDC's Legends of TomorrowMarvel's Luke CageThe Umbrella AcademyDoom PatrolMarvel's Jessica JonesMarvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.The BoysWatchmen
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            The Best Binge-Worthy TV Shows and Movies to Watch on Hulu in April 2020

            Hulu has announced everything that's coming to the streaming service in April, but we know your time is so valuable that you can't afford to look at it. You just want the facts: What Is Good? Well thank the TV gods that I'm here, because it's my job to tell you what's trash and what's not

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            Other Links From TVGuide.com Blazing SaddlesParasiteMrs. AmericaAbominableNormal People
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