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MICHAEL PHELPS BUSTED FOR DUI AGAIN
JOSH ELLIOTT & LIZ CHO ARE ENGAGED
J.P. & ASHLEY HEBERT ROSENBAUM WELCOME A SON
GEORGE CLOONEY & AMAL ALAMUDDIN’S INTIMATE WEDDING PHOTOS
CELEBRITY NEWS: SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
T-Pain (Rapper) – 29 years old
Lacey Chabert (Party of Five) – 32 years old
Kieran Culkin – 32 years old
Marion Cotillard (“La Vie En Rose”) – 39 years old
Jenna Elfman (Dharma & Greg) – 43 years old
Tony Hale (Veep) – 44 years old
Monica Bellucci (“The Matrix” movies) – 50 years old
Marley Marl (DJ) – 52 years old
Eric Stoltz (“Mask”) – 53 years old
Crystal Bernard (Wings) – 53 years old
Fran Drescher (The Nanny) – 57 years old
Barry Williams (The Brady Bunch) – 60 years old
Patrice Rushen (Singer) – 60 years old
Marilyn McCoo (Singer) – 71 years old
Johnny Mathis (Singer) – 79 years old
Cissy Houston (Singer) – 81 years old
Angie Dickinson (Police Woman) – 83 years old
Elie Wiesel (Author) – 86 years old
ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 9/30/14)
CW: iHeart Radio Music Festival Night 2 (Premiere) at 8pm
ABC: Selfie (Premiere) at 8pm
ABC: Manhattan Love Story (Premiere) at 8:30pm
ID: Motives and Murders: Cracking The Case (Premiere) at 8pm
ID: Beauty Queen Murders (Premiere) at 9pm
NAT. GEO.: The Legend of Mick Dodge (Premiere) at 9pm
NAT. GEO.: Live Free or Die (Premiere) at 10pm
OXYGEN: Bad Girls Club: Redemption (Premiere) at 8pm
PBS: Makers: Women in Comedy (Premiere) at 9pm
REELZ: Celebrity Close Calls (Premiere) at 9pm
A&E: Storage Wars (Finale) at 9:30pm
A&E: Brandi And Jarrod: Married To The Job (Finale) at 10pm
BRAVO: The Singles Project (Finale) at 10pm
OXYGEN: Sisterhood of Hip Hop (Finale) at 9pm
Fox is counting its Sunday blessings. The Simpsons had its best premiere number in three years, up 34 percent from its last season opener, averaging 3.9/11 among A18-49 and 8.5 million total viewers. An hour-long Family Guy, with a Simpsons crossover, had a 73 percent boost from its year ago debut, to 4.5/12, with 8.4 million total viewers.
Actor/producer/former White House official Kal Penn (How I Met Your Mother) will serve as a special correspondent for Fusion’s midterm election coverage. With live, Sunday-through-Thursday program Midterm Mayhem: The Ultimate Political Smackdown, Penn said, “We’re hoping to offer some smart, engaging, and entertaining reporting without obsessing over the lowest common denominator.”
Annabel Oakes (Awkward) has half hour comedy In Security, from Sony Pictures Television, set up at NBC. Hollywood Reporter said Oakes will write and exec produce with Phill Trail (Enlisted).
They really like her. Jenna Elfman (Dharma and Greg) signed a development deal with 20th Century Fox Television. “She is both a brilliant comedic leading lady and a stunning dramatic actress; she quite frankly can do everything,” said Sharon Klein, EVP of casting. “Audiences love her and so do we, as our relationship spans from Dharma all the way to 1600 Penn.”
ABC Family ordered supernatural drama Stitchers to series. “Stitchers is new ground for us and I’m excited to bring procedurals to the network,” said net president Tom Ascheim. ABC Family also ordered a second helping of Young & Hungry, basic cable’s top telecast in its time period among A18-34, and W18-34, but passed on a second run for Mystery Girls.
The Dovekeepers, from exec producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett (The Bible), as commenced production in Malta for broadcast in 2015. The four-hour event series based on the historical novel by Alice Hoffman, a co-production between CBS Television Studios and LightWorkers Media, is the first project from CBS Entertainment and CBS Television Studios’ Limited Series and Event Programming unit.
CBS issued a script commitment for If We’re Not Married by 30, a Warner Bros. Television comedy co-exec produced and co-written by actress Melissa Rauch (The Big Bang Theory’s Bernadette) and her husband Winston Rauch, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Psychological drama Fortitude premieres on Pivot in January 2015. Stanley Tucci (The Lovely Bones) and Michael Gambon (Harry Potter) star in the Fifty Fathoms production.
Inserted in the season finale of Oxygen’s Sisterhood of Hip Hop, tonight at 9p, is a sneak preview of cast member Siya’s new music video, “Real MVP.” At show’s end, viewers can catch the entire video on Oxygen.com. The docu-series also debuted music videos for cast members Nyemiah Supreme and Brianna Perry over the course of the season
Animal Planet’s Pit Bulls & Parolees, returning for a sixth season Saturday, October 4 at 10p, will have its first after-show event at 11p, featuring intrepid dog rescuer Tia Torres.
AXS TV promises “no stone left unturned” when Dan Rather grills KISS’s Gene Simmons tonight at 8p on The Big Interview. Simmons’ newest book, ME INC., is due out this fall.
Alpha House is back for a sophomore run on Amazon Friday, October 24. Among the many guests popping up on the Garry Trudeau political comedy: Today’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, former Presidential advisor David Axelrod, Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos and U.S. Senators John McCain and Elizabeth Warren.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell (The Face) landed a recurring role in Fox midseason drama Empire, from Lee Daniels, Danny Strong and Brian Grazer.
Live with Kelly and Michael co-host Michael Strahan announced he’ll hit the big screen with an appearance in sequel Magic Mike XXL, coming out in July 2015. Channing Tatum issued an invite to the former NFL star during a visit on the talk show last year. Said Strahan on Monday’s show, “I’m about to do something that started as a joke.”
Jon Hamm (Mad Men) will co-star in a special holiday episode of UK anthology series Black Mirror, on Channel 4. Hamm counts himself “a massive fan of the show.” Oona Chaplin (Game of Thrones) is also onboard.
Samantha Morton (Miss Julie), John Hurt (The Elephant Man) and Tahar Rahim (A Prophet) will head the cast of The Last Panthers. The six-ep crime drama was ordered by UK’s BSkyB and France’s Canal Plus.
The season four premiere of ABC’s Once Upon a Time on Sunday earned the series its highest numbers in two years, with 9.3 million viewers and 3.4/10 A18-49, according to fast affiliate Live+Same Day data, outperforming its year-ago premiere by 9 percent in total viewers and 31 percent in the demo.
With the caveat that ratings are subject to change due to live programming, CBS reports Madame Secretary was the most-watched program of Sunday night, with 12.99 million viewers (1.4/4 among A18-49). The good news for The Good Wife: an average 11.2 million viewers, up 22 percent versus last year (1.3/4 A18-49).
The season two finale of Ray Donovan was the Showtime crime drama’s highest-rated episode and scored the biggest total night ratings ever. Drawing 2 million viewers at 9p, the ep outperformed the season two premiere by 61 percent; in total night, its 2.52 million viewers was a 43 percent lift.
Two episodes into season five on Sunday, Downton Abbey averaged 8.1 million viewers on ITV, down from 9.5 million for the episode the season prior.
During its second season premiere week, Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court boasts it experienced the most year-to-year growth of all court shows, growing 33 percent in HH ratings (to 1.48 versus 1.11).
Today’s Jackpot is $105 million
You can now play in 43 states plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Food Network’s Chopped is casting competitors for new episodes this fall. Seeking professional chefs, pastry chefs, and amazing amateur cooks (teens, college undergrads, grandpas, grandmas, families, etc) in the NYC Tri-State, Chicago, Miami and Seattle areas. All dynamic, passionate, creative chefs and cooks should apply at www.choppedcasting.com.
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