Whiskey Cavalier (2019– )
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However, the final episode of the season, dubbed “Survivor: Edge of Extinction,” posted a total viewer tally that did fall to a new record low for a season closer in that measure.
The “Survivor” Season 38 finale scored a 1.5 rating in that key 18-49 demo and 7.214 million total viewers, according to overnight data from Nielsen. Versus the Season 37 finale, Wednesday’s episode is even in the demo and down 7% in total viewers (7.214 vs. 7.716 million). But compared to the year-ago Season 36 finale, it’s up +7% in the the 18-49 range and down 1 percent in total viewers.
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CBS was first in ratings with a 1.4 rating/7 share in
The reunion show (4.7 mil/0.9) was similarly up a tenth year-over-year.
NBC | Chicago Med (7.9 mil/1.1) and P.D. (6.8 mil/1.0) each rose a tenth in the demo, with the former hitting its best rating in four episodes. Fire (7.9 mil/1.0) was steady.
ABC | Leading out of a Toy Story 2 rebroadcast, Whiskey Cavalier (2.5 mil/0.4) was steady with its penultimate episode ever.
The CW | The Riverdale finale (907K/0.3) and Jane the Virgin (640K/0.2) were both steady.
On Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 Episode 12, Jai and Standish realized that the profiler had been writing psych evaluations on the entire team.
Watch Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 Episode 12 Online
Meanwhile, Frankie's commitment to cold-hearted professionalism was tested when she was reunited with a former guardian.
Was the entire team shocked?
Elsewhere, Will learne a shocking secret about a person from his past.
What was it?
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An ABC spy drama, with a screwball comedy bent, Whiskey Cavalier stars Scott Foley, Lauren Cohan, Ana Ortiz, Tyler James Williams, Vir Das, and Josh Hopkins. The series centers on FBI Agent Will Chase (Foley), codename: “Whiskey Cavalier” and CIA operative Frankie Trowbridge (Cohan), codename: “Fiery Tribune.” Although they start off as rivals, they’re soon
We found out a little more about Frankie on Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 Episode 12 when the case she and Will had to investigate involved her former guardian and her husband.
Will had way too much fun studying old pictures of Frankie and finding out as much as he could about his partner from her teen years.
It seems Frankie may have picked up some of her closed off habits from Kelly. Kelly took her in after her parents died and raised her until Frankie left, but when Frankie joined the CIA, she distanced herself from Kelly.
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Given Frankie's job, family members could be a liability, and it was safe for Kelly if she was no longer around. Kelly went on to start a family of her own. Frankie didn't know
A comedy, Speechless centers on the Dimeo family, headed by no-nonsense mom Maya (Minnie Driver) who will do anything for her family: husband Jimmy (John Ross Bowie), brainy Ray (Mason Cook), athletic Dylan (Kyla Kennedy), and teenager Jj (Micah Fowler), who has cerebral palsy. The series just wrapped its third and final season last month.
Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 34.
New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, The Fix, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.
New CBS shows this season (so far): Fam, FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, Magnum Pi, Murphy Brown, The Neighborhood,
The late-night host took plenty of shots at his own network and its executives, while also spreading the love around to other broadcasters and some of TV’s biggest names. Kimmel need not worry about getting fired, though, considering he just signed a three-year contract extension with ABC.
Here are 10 of Kimmel’s best jokes from the presentation.
Karey Burke/Channing Dungey
Kimmel took aim at the fact that ABC Entertainment head Channing Dungey departed the network for Netflix, with Freeform executive Karey Burke stepping in to fill the gap.
“Privately, [Burke] asked me to make it clear to you the shows you’re seeing are not her fault,” Kimmel said. “I can’t believe Channing left us for Netflix. Who does she think she is, our viewers?” Kimmel also said he would
While the first trailer for Whiskey was very engaging, it didn't quite catch on at ABC like it should have given the star power and initial reception.
Based on the “Stumptown” graphic novel series, the new series follows Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders) as a strong, assertive, and sharp-witted army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debt, and a brother to take care of in Portland, Oregon.
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Her military intelligence skills make her a great P.I., but her unapologetic style puts her in the firing line of hardcore criminals and not quite in alliance with the police.
She seems a lot like Lauren Cohan's character on Whiskey, don't you think?
With ABC's Upfronts presentation happening later today, ABC president of entertainment, Karey Burke has opened up about the cancellation of the Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan led series.
“It was a tough decision, it was the last decision we made,” ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said at the Disney upfront event.
“We thought we gave it very strong launch in spring. But we lost audience. We felt the biggest opportunity was to try something new."
"We looked for other time slots but did not see a real opportunity to grow.”
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When Whiskey Cavalier was picked up to series last year, many thought it was going to be a breakout success when it premiered.
But Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 has failed to garner much traction.
The show is currently
And then there’s the matter of Maggie Green. After the six-year time jump in the middle of season 9, actress Lauren Cohan departed from the The Walking Dead. Fans were given the explanation that Maggie had left the Hilltop in order to help Georgie build another community. In the real world, though, Cohan quit the series for warmer pastures.
Last year, she had landed a lead role in ABC’s Whiskey Cavalier, an action-comedy-drama that followed the exploits of FBI Special Agent Will Chase (Scott Foley) and CIA agent Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge (Cohan). The show
They are not alone. The ratings may not have necessarily reflected it, but the fun spy-dramedy had a loyal fan following, and it's devastating when a cult favorite gets the ax.
If there is any hope on the horizon, it's in knowing that there are rumors that Warner Bros is doing its best to shop the series around to see if anyone is willing to take it on.
Not only does Whiskey have a loyal following, but it is an international hit, so there is a market there for a save and renewal from someone, anyone willing to take the chance.
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However, it's frustrating how little space there is on network television for anything out of the norm. Whiskey Cavalier was fun, zany, and quirky.
“It was a tough decision, it was the last decision we made,” ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said at the Disney upfront press conference Tuesday morning. “We thought we gave it very strong launch in spring. But we lost audience. We felt the biggest opportunity was to try something new. We looked for other time slots but did not see a real opportunity to grow.”
While not entirely unexpected given the show’s ratings performance, this was still a stunning development as Whiskey Cavalier had been touted as one of ABC’s biggest new series for this season and became the network’s first scripted show to launch after the Oscars. That is the big launch Burke was referring to.
Karey Burke, the president of entertainment at the Alphabet network has opened up about Wu's controversial tweet storm in the aftermath of the popular drama getting renewed.
“There’s been no thoughts of recasting Constance. We love what she does on the show, and we love the show,” said Burke revealed during a conference call with reporters.
“I did know that she had another opportunity that, had Fresh Off the Boat not gone forward, she would have pursued. But we never really considered not bringing the show back. It’s just too strong for us.”
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Burke also revealed that she is "going to choose to believe Constance's most recent communications about the show."
“The cast and crew is happy to have her back, and
Here is ABC’s fall 2019-20 schedule, followed by brief analysis and detailed descriptions of the network’s new series.
ABC Fall 2019-20 Schedule
(New programs in Upper Case)
8 Pm — Dancing with the Stars
10 Pm — The Good Doctor
8 Pm –The Conners
8:30 Pm — Bless This Mess
9 Pm — Mixed-ish
9:30 Pm — black-ish
10 Pm — Emergence
8 Pm — The Goldbergs
8:30 Pm — Schooled
The network’s lineup remains largely consistent with last season, with the Monday duo of “Dancing With the Stars” and “The Good Doctor” to remain in place, as will the Thursday night trio of dramas, “Grey’s Anatomy,” “A Million Little Things” and “How to Get Away With Murder.”
Tuesdays will once again be anchored by the Roseanne Barr-less “The Conners” at 8 p.m., with the sophomore comedy “Bless This Mess” to follow at 8:30. The “Black-ish” prequel series “Mixed-ish” will launch in the fall in the 9 p.m. slot, followed by its flagship series. The genre thriller “Emergence” will cap off the night at 10 p.m.
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The drama series centers on FBI Agent Will Chase (Scott Foley), codename: “Whiskey Cavalier” and CIA operative Frankie Trowbridge (Lauren Cohan), codename: “Fiery Tribune.” Although they start off as rivals, they’re soon assigned to a joint-agency task force to root out corruption and crime and save the world. The cast also includes Ana Ortiz, Tyler James Williams, Vir Das, and Josh Hopkins.
For the week of April 22, the show saw a 150% ratings jump from a 0.4 to a 1.0, a solid return given that it averages a 117% gain across the rest of the season to-date.
Elsewhere, the one-two punch of “The Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” won the week for CBS, with the former ending up with a 3.2 rating (up 78% on Live+ Same Day) and the latter registering a 2.3 rating (up 64% on its live rating) in the key 18-49 demographic.
In terms of total viewership, “Big Bang” finished more than 3 million viewers ahead of its nearest competition, which also happened to be “Young Sheldon,” with roughly 16.5 million viewers in delayed.
Live+7 Adults 18-49
Telecast Network Broadcast Date Live+Sd A18-49 Live+7 A18-49 Actual Gain % Gain Big Bang Theory,
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