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Friday Ratings: NBC’s ‘Dateline’ Carries The Night For The Peacock Network

  • Deadline
For many, Friday night is Date Night. For NBC, Friday night was Dateline’s night, as the news show topped the 18-49 demo wars for the evening, coming in at 0.6/4 and 3.39 million viewers. Combine that with American Ninja Warrior’s strong 0.5/4 and 2.54 million for its 8-10 Pm encore, and NBC breezed to the top of the networks for the evening.

Dateline’s win equaled the show’s highs for a Friday edition in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 since June 7 and hit a new high in total viewers since that date.

Elsewhere, the CW had the special EA Sports Madden NFL 20 Classic clock in at 0.1/1 and 0.43 million, Peaking, the unfiltered story of an athlete before a landmark event, debuted with an 0.1/0 and 0.25 total viewing audience.

The tropical crime drama Reef Break scored an 0.3/2 and 2.08 in its finale in the 9 Pm slot for ABC, while ABC’s 20/20 scored an 0.4/3 and 2.53 in the 10 Pm slot.
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Reef Break: Season Two? Poppy Montgomery Teases the ABC Finale and Makes Case for a Renewal

Reef Break airs its season one finale tonight, September 13th, but will there be a second season? Recently, star Poppy Montgomery spoke with TVLine about the future of the ABC TV show.

The action drama Cat Chambers (Montgomery), a former thief who now works as the fixer for the governor of a beautiful Pacific Island paradise — “The Reef.” The cast also includes Ray Stevenson, Desmond Chiam, Melissa Bonne, and Tamala Shelton.

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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 51)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 51.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 50)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 50.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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Reef Break, I Ship It: ABC and the CW Make Schedule Changes

ABC and The CW are shifting things around. Both networks just announced schedule changes for the season one finale of Reef Break and the TV show I Ship It, respectively.

An action drama, the ABC series Reef Break centers on Cat Chambers (Poppy Montgomery), a former thief who works as the fixer for the governor of a beautiful Pacific Island paradise. Meanwhile, the CW comedy I Ship It centers on Ella (Helen Highfield), an aspiring writer and devoted fangirl of the fictional series Superstition.

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‘Big Brother’ Dips But Tops Thursday Ratings Amid NFL Preemptions – Update

  • Deadline
Updated with final numbers: CBS’ Big Brother ended up as Thursday’s highest-rated and most-watched show in primetime after all of Nielsen’s fast-affiliate numbers were adjusted down in the finals later in the day, thanks to a full slate of preseason NFL games that had impacted early figures.

Every show in the lineup dipped thanks to the adjustment, some as many as 0.5-0.6 ratings points. (See the final chart below.)

In the end, CBS finished first on the night overall in both metrics with Bb, which was actually down three tenths from last week, along with repeats of The Big Bang Theory (8 Pm’s top show), Young Sheldon and FBI. It was followed in the demo by Fox, which aired reruns of MasterChef and Spin the Wheel.

ABC was second overall in viewers with a Holey Moley repeat and back-to-back fresh episodes of Reef Break,
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Thursday TV Ratings: Reef Break, The Outpost, Big Brother, The Wall, FBI

Thursday, August 29, 2019 ratings -- New episodes: Reef Break, Big Brother, The Outpost, and Two Sentence Horror Stories. Reruns: Holey Moley, Two Sentence Horror Stories, The Wall, Hollywood Game Night, Law & Order Svu, The Big Bang Theory, FBI, and Young Sheldon.

Please note: These fast affiliate ratings are likely heavily impacted by sports programming. Expect large adjustments in the finals.

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Ratings: ‘Big Brother’ Gives CBS Win in Total Viewers, But Fox Ties in Key Demo

  • The Wrap
CBS and Fox tied for Thursday primetime’s ratings with win a 1.1 rating/6 share among adults 18-49, but CBS pulled ahead in total viewers thanks to “Big Brother.”

CBS was first in viewers with an average of 5.3 million and Fox was second with 4.6 million.

For CBS, sandwiched between repeats, “Big Brother” at 9 p.m. scored a 1.4/7 and 6.1 million viewers. For Fox, the network aired only repeats.

Also Read: Ratings: 'BH90210' Declines Again, But Fox Pulls a Wednesday Win

However, those preliminary numbers will be revised because of the 16 NFL preseason games Thursday night, many of which were aired by local affiliates who pre-empted network programming. So the fast-affiliate ratings are subject to significant adjustment when final numbers come in later Friday.

Without factoring in football pre-emptions, ABC and NBC tied for third, both with a 0.8/4 rating. ABC was third in viewers with 4 million and NBC was fourth with 3.9 million.
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 49)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 49.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 48)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 48.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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‘Big Brother’ Tops Ratings Amid Thursday NFL Preemptions, ‘Elementary’ Ends Run Even – Update

  • Deadline
Updated with final numbers: CBS’ Big Brother was Thursday’s top-rated and most-watched show in a primetime that saw several local preemptions for NFL preseason football games. Many shows were adjusted down in the final ratings after preliminary inflations. (See the new final chart below.)

CBS was the night’s most watched network thanks to Bb, even in the demo and up in viewers compared with last week, and the series finale of Elementary, which followed the same trajectory. The net also tied with Fox for the top spot in the demo.

Fox offered up fresh episodes of MasterChef at 8 Pm, followed by Spin the Wheel. Both were even with last week’s final numbers in the demo.

ABC’s lineup featured a new Holey Moley and the season finale of Family Food Fight, both at par,
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Multi-million dollar upgrade for Village Roadshow Studios

The ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ set at Village Roadshow Studios.

Village Roadshow Studios is spending several million dollars on refurbishment, building three workshops and implementing wireless internet technology throughout the complex.

Increasing the number of workshops on the lot from eight to 11 will satisfy the needs of producers who in the past had to build sets off site or in temporary structures, Studios president Lynne Benzie tells If.

The new workshops will be ready by mid-October and the installation of wireless technology will be completed on the nine sound stages, 10 production offices, workshops, editing suites and other work spaces by the end of September.

The studio is carrying out the upgrades in the short window between the end of production of Disney’s TV series Reef Break and the arrival of Baz Luhrmann’s untitled Elvis Presley movie for Warner Bros, which will star Austin Butler and Tom Hanks.

“The workshop space
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 47)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 47.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 46)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 46.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren Are Teaming Up for a New Action Series

The Expendables and Rocky co-stars Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren are reuniting for a new action drama series! The series doesn’t have a title, but it will be an hourlong series that is a hot commodity.

The series is being written by Ken Sanzel, and Lundgren will play a “covert operative at the Department of Safety and Security at the Un. He is described as the Un’s secret special agent, a one-man S.W.A.T. team and hostage negotiator.”

Sanzel will also serve as showrunner on the series, and Stallone will executive produce and possibly direct it. He will not star in the series, but it’s still great that these two action movie legends will be working together again.

Source: Deadline
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Dolph Lundgren to Star in TV Series Produced by Sylvester Stallone

Joseph Baxter Aug 2, 2019

An action series, starring Dolph Lundgren and produced by Sylvester Stallone, is being pitched to networks and streamers.

Dolph Lundgren has been putting in a lot of work with onscreen Rocky IV rival Sylvester Stallone ever since their reunion in 2010’s The Expendables, which yielded sequels and substantially improved opportunities. Indeed, this imminently-ending decade has seen a proper comeback for the ‘80s action icon; a comeback that will shift to the small screen as the star of a TV project, with Stallone involved.

An untitled hourlong action pilot/would-be series, with Lundgren set as its star, is being shopped around by Tony Krantz’s Flame Ventures, reports Deadline. The project, which will see Lundgren’s old pal Sly Stallone onboard as an executive producer, will show the Swedish strongman playing a covert operative at the United Nations’ Department of Safety and Security. The character is described as “the U.
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Dolph Lundgren-Sylvester Stallone Action Drama Series Heats Up TV Marketplace

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Dolph Lundgren-Sylvester Stallone Action Drama Series Heats Up TV Marketplace
Exclusive: The Expendables and Rocky co-stars Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren have reunited for an action drama series, which is shaping up as the first sought-after hourlong project this broadcast pitch season.

The show, starring Lundgren and executive produced by Stallone, hails from Tony Krantz’s Flame Ventures. According to sources, the project was sold in the room at all three broadcast networks it was pitched to this week — Fox, CBS and NBC — and also drew interest from the two streamers it was taken to, Netflix and Apple.

Written by drama veteran Ken Sanzel, the series stars Lundgren as a covert operative at the Department of Safety and Security at the Un. He is described as the Un’s secret special agent, a
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 45)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 45.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 44)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 44.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
See full article at TVSeriesFinale »

2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week 43)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week 43.

New ABC shows (so far): 1969, The Alec Baldwin Show, Bless This Mess, Card Sharks, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, Grand Hotel, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The Rookie, Schooled, Single Parents, Videos After Dark, and Whiskey Cavalier.

New CBS shows this season (so
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