ABC: Dancing With The Stars (Premiere) at 8pm
FYI: Big Kitchens (Premiere) at 10pm
HGTV: Tiny Luxury (Premiere) at 11pm
OXYGEN: Crazy Talk (Premiere) at 7pm
PBS: American Experience (Premiere) at 9pm
TRAVEL: Uncommon Grounds (Premiere) at 11pm
FOX: So You Think You Can Dance (Finale) at 8pm
NBC: American Ninja Warrior (Finale) at 8pm

The first ceremony for the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys took place Saturday in LA, honoring guest performers and behind-the-scenes talent. HBO was the big winner with 29 awards, followed by 11 for NBC and eight for ABC. HBO’s Game of Thrones grabbed eight statuettes, followed by five for FX’s American Horror Story: Freak Show. Amazon landed its first three Emmys, all for Transparent, and WGN America got its first award, for main title design on Manhattan. For a complete list of winners go here. An edited version of the event airs on FXX Saturday, September 19 at 8p and 10:30p.
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The Church of Scientology wasn’t a fan of Alex Gibney’s scathing documentary about their organization, but Emmy was – HBO film Going Clear: Scientology and Prison of Belief took home three Creative Arts Emmys. And backlash from the church isn’t keeping Gibney from pushing forward. “There’s a lot more material that I’ve received and a lot more information to come out,” he told journalists Saturday. Since the IRS has yet to revoke its tax exemption, said Gibney, “there’s more to be done.”
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Guess Donald Trump is a little too busy to tangle with NBC. The real estate mogul/GOP presidential candidate announced via Twitter on Friday that he had purchased the net’s half of the Miss Universe Organization and “settled all lawsuits against them.” NBC and Univision scuttled plans to air the pageant, part of a co-venture with Trump, after Trump made derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants in June. Trump didn’t mention his $10 million lawsuit against Univision.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In more Trump news, the candidate will guest on CBS’s Late Show on Tuesday, September 22. The Stephen Colbert punchline (Oreo, anyone?) will appear the same night as Obama administration energy secretary Dr. Ernest Moniz.
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GOP candidate Ben Carson will appear on TV One’s News One Now, a weekday news program hosted by Roland S. Martin, this morning. Show starts at 7a.
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The Madison Square Garden Company announced it plans to spinoff of its sports and entertainment businesses from its media business. Upon completion of the transaction, expected on September 30, MSG will be a standalone media company and will change its name to MSG Networks. Andrea Greenberg was named MSG Networks president and chief executive, reporting to executive chairman James Dolan; Bret Richter was named the future company’s CFO.
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NBC picked up a comedy project from UnbeliEVAble Entertainment about an unlikely Texas Ranger. Eva Longoria is exec producing with Ben Spector.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The wildest moments of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City are spotlighted in a 100th Episode Watch What Happens Live Special on Thursday, September 17 at 9p. Andy Cohen hosts, of course.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Logo kicks off NYC’s Fashion Week with the premiere of doc Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution. The story of a face-off between American and French designers airs tonight at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Tony Award winner Blythe Danner will host season two of Theater Close-Up, showcasing Off-Broadway and regional productions. The collaboration between THIRTEEN and NYC-area theaters premieres Thursday, October 1 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Richard Armitage (Hannibal) and Michelle Forbes (True Blood) have joined the cast of Epix 10-parter Berlin Station. Spy series debuts in fall 2016.
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Patrick Schwarzenegger (son of Maria and Arnold) is onboard Fox anthology series Scream Queens, announced creator Ryan Murphy via Twitter. Comedy-horror show debuts Tuesday, September 22 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Vanessa Lengies (Glee) landed a series regular role on Fox midseason drama Lookinglass, centered on a 75-year-old brought back to life as a 35-year-old with near-superhuman abilities.
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Another Glee alum, Jacob Artist, will recur in a multi-episode arc on ABC’s Quantico, launching Sunday, September 27 at 10p.
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Richard Roundtree (Being Mary Jane) will recur on NBC drama The Player. Vegas crime thriller (“Break the rules. Beat the house”) premieres Thursday, September 24 at 10p.
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Australian actress Essie Davis is onboard the next installment of HBO’s Game of Thrones, reports EW. As part of a Braavosi theater troupe, Davis’ character will play Cersai Lannister. Season six launches in 2016.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Thursday’s Patriots/Steelers NFL game on NBC averaged 27.4 million viewers, the second most-watched NFL Kickoff game in its 14-year history, according to Nielsen fast nationals.
(Source: Cynopsis)

1) Five Finger Death Punch – Got Your Six – 114,260
2) The Weekend – Beauty Behind The Madness – 77,267 (After 2 weeks – 403,001)
3) Iron Maiden – Book of Souls – 73,921

Other Debuts
4) Travis Scott – Rodeo – 69,878
5) Troye Sivan – Wild – 44,794
8) Scarface – Deeply Rooted – 22,180
9) The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven – 22,144
15) Arcs – Yours Dreamily – 12,260

The Perfect Guy – $26.7 million
The Visit – $25.7 million
War Room – $7.4 million
A Walk in the Woods – $4.6 million
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation – $4.2 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)

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