CAITLYN JENNER NOT CHARGED WITH VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER
Archive for September, 2015
CAITLYN JENNER NOT CHARGED WITH VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER
KATHERINE JENKINS GIVES BIRTH TO A BABY GIRL
KELLY CLARKSON CANCELS THE REST OF HER 2015 TOUR DATES
NICK JANDL (NASHVILLE) IS ENGAGED TO REGALIA THOMAS
TWITTER IS CONSIDERING GETTING RID OF ITS 140 CHARACTER LIMIT
ELISABETTA CANALIS GIVES BIRTH TO A BABY GIRL
NAYA RIVERA WELCOMES A BABY BOY
AMANDA SEYFRIED & JUSTIN LONG BREAK UP
CELEBRITY NEWS: SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
Maddie Ziegler (Dance Moms) – 13 years old
Faheem “T-Pain” Najm (Rapper) – 30 years old
Lacey Chabert (Party of Five) – 33 years old
Kieran Culkin (“Father of The Bride” movies) – 33 years old
Martina Hingis (Tennis Player) – 35 years old
Marion Cotillard (“La Vie En Rose”) – 40 years old
Ashley Hamilton (E!’s Stewarts & Hamiltons) – 41 years old
Jenna Elfman (Dharma & Greg) – 44 years old
Tony Hale (Veep) – 45 years old
Monica Bellucci (“The Matrix” movies) – 51 years old
Marley Marl (DJ) – 53 years old
Eric Stoltz (“Mask”) – 54 years old
Crystal Bernard (Wings) – 54 years old
Fran Drescher (The Nanny) – 58 years old
Barry Williams (The Brady Bunch) – 61 years old
Patrice Rushen (Singer/Songwriter) – 61 years old
Marilyn McCoo (Singer) – 72 years old
Johnny Mathis (Singer) – 80 years old
Cissy Houston (Singer) – 82 years old
Angie Dickinson (Police Woman) – 84 years old
Elie Wiesel (Author) – 87 years old
ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 9/30/15)
CBS: Criminal Minds (Premiere) at 9pm
CBS: Code Black (Premiere) at 10pm
CNN: This Is Life with Lisa Ling (Premiere) at 9pm
EPIX: Doped: The Dirty Side of Sports (Premiere) at 8pm
FUSE: Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (Premiere) at 11pm
FUSE: Transcendent (Premiere) at 11:30pm
NBC: Chicago PD (Premiere) at 10pm
NICK: Bella and the Bulldogs (Premiere) at 8pm
HGTV: Property Brothers: Buying and Selling (Finale) at 9pm
PIX: The iHeartRadio Music Festival – Night 2 (Premiere) at 8pm
VELOCITY: Wheeler Dealers (Finale) at 9pm
Starz signed Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson to an exclusive overall deal. Under the two-year pact with G Unit Film & Television, Inc., Jackson will develop new projects for the network and continue as executive producer on Power. “Starz has been the perfect partner to make ‘Power’ the success that it is and I am looking forward to developing many more record-breaking series with them,” said Jackson.
PBS took home 17 Emmys at Monday night’s News and Documentary Emmy Awards, including trophies for Frontline, Independent Lens, POV and Nature. CBS News followed with nine; among its victories: 60 Minutes, 48 Hours and the CBS Evening News. NBC News garnered four awards, with NBC Nightly News winning in the breaking news and regularly scheduled newscast categories. Univision nabbed three investigative wins for Aqui y Ahora. ABC’s Brian Ross and the ABC News investigative team won a lone Emmy for business and economic reporting.
Former President Bill Clinton visits The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, October 6 at 11:35p on CBS, following the conclusion of the 11th Clinton Global Initiative. The former leader of the free world joins previously announced guests Billy Eichner and musical act Florence and the Machine.
E! has renewed WAGS, the reality series about the wives and girlfriends of sports stars, for a second season. “In its freshman debut, WAGS has caught the attention of millions of viewers and become a fan favorite, particularly among young, diverse women,” said E!’s Executive VP of Programming and Development, Jeff Olde. The show’s season one finale airs Tuesday, October 6 at 10p.
Mark Burnett is returning as executive producer of People’s Choice Awards 2016, airing live from LA Wednesday, January 6 at 9p on CBS. “Every year, we set the bar higher on how we can deliver the biggest show that engages fans,” said Burnett. “In my seventh year, we are looking forward to entertaining the fans and engaging them like never before.”
Rob Schneider‘s comedy Real Rob is coming to Netflix on December 1, says The Hollywood Reporter. The series blends scripted material with Schneider’s stand-up performances.
Rumer Willis will co-host Paul Mitchell Shall We Dance, one of four ice skating specials in the Colgate Skating Series airing on ABC. The event showcases dancing and skating, enhanced by music and special effects.
Nicki Minaj will executive produce and appear in a new scripted comedy for ABC Family. Based on her family’s immigration from Trinidad in the early 1990’, the show centers on Minaj growing up in Queens and rise to stardom. “This is one of the more unique adventures I’ve ever embarked on,” said Minaj. “I couldn’t be more proud and excited to team up with an amazing group of people to give the world something really special.”
Family fixer Jo Frost and her Nanny Jo Productions are teaming with UP TV on Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour. The series helps families evolve through all stages of parenting. Based on Frost’s successful international format, production has begun in cities across the U.S.; series premieres in 1Q16.
FYI is shaking up the talk show genre with Kocktails with Khloe, starring Khloe Kardashian. Series debuts Wednesday, December 9 at 10p and will air over eight consecutive Wednesday nights.
Bravo Media announced the second season premiere date for Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Tuesday, December 1 at 10p.
Destination America‘s fall season kicks off with the return of Ghost Asylum on Friday, October 16 at 9p, as the Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate supernatural activity. The following week, the TWC join renowned psychic medium Chip Coffey in two-hour special event Exorcism: Live, airing Friday, October 30 at 9p. A Haunting returns for its eighth season on Sunday, November 22 at 10p.
The Georgia peaches are back on Sunday, November 8 at 8p, when The Real Housewives of Atlanta makes its eighth season debut on Bravo. Returning cast members Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Phaedra Parks and Porsha Williamsare joined by Kim Fields (Facts of Life). Immediately following, at 9p, Untying the Knot makes its sophomore season premiere.
Gotham alum Zabryna Guevara has nabbed a role on The Get Down. The Netflix drama debuts in 2016.
Will Yun Lee (Hawaii Five-0) guest stars on the upcoming ABC sitcom Dr. Ken. Series bows Friday, October 2 at 8:30p.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse has joined the cast of the Will Arnett Netflix series Flaked. The show premieres in 2016.
Preschoolers will journey to an enchanted land filled with fairies, elves and magical mishaps in new animated series, Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, premiering Monday, October 5 at 6:30p on Nick Jr. The launch marks the U.S. broadcast debut for the International Emmy Kids Award-winning series created by Astley Baker Davies, the British animation studio behind Peppa Pig.
Newcomers FABLife (.8 live plus same day national Nielsen rating) and Crime Watch Daily finished in a dead heat at the top of the rookie standings in the session ending September 20, which marked the initial national ratings for the new first run strips. The third newcomer to the ranks, Crazy Talk (.6), was not far behind.
Dr. Phil (3.1, up 15 percent from the week before) came flying out of the gate for his 14th season premiere, opening up a significant lead on the talkers with the show’s highest rating in 17 weeks. Among W25-54, Phil (1.6 demo rating, up 23%) was also No. 1. Live with Kelly & Michael (2.7, steady) was second in talk, while Ellen DeGeneres (2.3, down 12%) rounded out the top three.
OWN delivered its highest-rated quarter (.39 W25-54, up +30% versus year-ago) and its most-watched quarter in network history (550,000 total viewers) in prime and total day in 3Q15.In prime, OWN ranked as the #18 ad-supported cable network for W25-54 – the network’s highest quarterly rank ever, up 11 spots versus year-ago.
USA was #1 among all networks in 3Q15 among P18-49 (745,000) and P25-54 (805,000) in press prime, with a +12% and +9% lead in the demos respectively. USA was also the #1 entertainment network in P2+ (1.8 million) in press prime.
AIM TV‘s syndicated television series Raw Travel debuts its third season this weekend in over 140 cities, representing 91% of the U.S. and over 103 million homes. It’s a big growth spurt for the series with almost twice the distribution from its premiere two years ago (up 95 percent) and over 23 percent growth from Season 2.
Lifetime continued to post year-over-year growth among key demographics this summer, registering a +2 percent jump among Total Viewers for 3Q15 versus 3Q14. Among W25-54, the network logged in a +8% increase, while also delivering a +3% gain in A25-54 compared to 3Q14, according to Nielsen.
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