A&E: Cursed: The Bell Witch (Premiere) at 10pm
CBS: Supergirl (Premiere) at 8:30pm
COOKING: Food: Fact or Fiction? (Premiere) at 10:30pm
DIY: Bath Crashers (Premiere) at 11pm
GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY: Most Terrifying Places in America (Premiere) at 11pm
MTV: Follow The Rules (Premiere) at 10pm
TRU TV: Super Into (Premiere) at 10:30pm
VH1: Black Ink Crew: Chicago (Premiere) at 9pm
ABC FAMILY: Switched at Birth (Finale) at 8pm
FOOD: Halloween Baking Championship (Finale) at 9pm

CBS gave a full season order for freshman drama Limitless. “We’re excited how Limitless continues to evolve creatively each week and stand out with its unique style of storytelling,” said Glenn Geller, president, CBS Entertainment. The season’s number two new series is delivering 11.43 million viewers and a 2.4/8 ratings among A18-49 on Tuesdays. The net also ordered six backup scripts for medical drama Code Black, airing Wednesdays at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC cut its 13-episode order for new drama Blood & Oil to 10. Opposite Sunday Night Football and The Walking Dead, the show fell from a 1.4 A18-49 for its premiere to .9 in Live+SD numbers.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also doing some snipping is NBC, which slashed its order for The Player from 13 episodes to nine. The Thursday drama posted a .8 Live+SD  A18-49 rating last week, after a launch that drew 1.2.
(Source: Cynopsis)

TBS canceled freshman comedy Clipped, set in a Boston barbershop. During Upfronts, net president Kevin Reilly promised “a huge slate of originals,” and indeed there’s more on deck, including family comedy The Detour from The Daily Show alums Samantha Bee and Jason Jones.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Undateable, which went live on both coasts for its season three premiere but was tape delayed in most of the country for episode two, is back to two live telecasts. NBC plans to stick with the double telecasts for the remainder of the Friday night comedy’s 13-episode order.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy Central’s South Park is making its U.S. Spanish-language debut, tonight at 10p on NBC Universo. The network “is going where no other Spanish cable network has gone before,” said Arelys Carballo, VP of programming. “South Park is a daring series that introduces an irreverent brand of comedy to our Hispanic viewers and adds an exciting twist to our lineup.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC Family (soon to be Freeform) announced winter premiere dates. Season three of The Fosters picks up Monday, January 18 at 8p, followed by new series Recovery Road at 9p. Season three of Young & Hungry debuts Wednesday, February 3 at 8p, leading into Baby Daddy at 8:30p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Kurtwood Smith (That 70s Show) landed a role in ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Carter. Season two launches in 2016.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Phil McGraw (Dr. Phil) will guest on the November 3 episode of Fox’s Grandfathered. Comedy starring John Stamos airs Tuesdays at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

TV host Mario Lopez (Extra) won’t have to stretch too much to play TV dance show host Vince Fontaine on Fox’s Grease: Live. Event airs Sunday, January 31.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Smashing records on Back to the Future Day with a marathon of the BTTF trilogy: Discovery Family, which had its best night ever among P25-54 (354,000), M25-54 (186,000), W25-54 (168,000), P18-49 (347,000), M18-49 (182,000) and W18-49 (165,000) delivery. Back to the Future Parts 1 and 2 also rank as DFC’s top 2 telecasts ever among P18-49 delivery (385,000 for Part 2 at 9:30 PM and 269,000 for Part 1 at 7p). “Back to the Future Day was a terrific, record-breaking day for Discovery Family Channel,” says GM Tom Cosgrove. “But sadly, not one for my beloved Cubs.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Esquire also saw the power of love on BTF day, scoring its best primetime and total day numbers ever with Wednesday’s Back to the Future marathon. The event delivered 591,000 total viewers and 334,000 among A18-49 in primetime.
(Source: Cynopsis)

You could say BounceTV is more than a little excited about out-delivering BET five times in total day the week of October 12, including twice on Monday (P25-54: 83,000 to 75,000 and P2+: 189,000 to 174,000). “We are incredibly focused on chasing down BET as we believe Bounce TV will become the No. 1 African-American network on television,” EVP ad sales, Elverage Allen tells Cynopsis. “We have had four consecutive quarters of growth and just wrapped our best quarter ever in ratings, up 30% prime year over year. And September was the most watched month in our history. If Bounce were a cable network, it would be in the top 10 for African-Americans, delivering more black adults in prime than TBS, TNT, FX, AMC and about 100 other cable networks.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The season six premiere of Discovery’s Gold Rush on Friday, October 16 ranked as the night’s top telecast in all of television among M25-54 (3.76 rating), topping Fox’s ALCS game #1 by 9 percent, according to Nielsen Live+3 data. The show was also number one on cable across Adults/Men/Women 25-54/18-49 and total viewers P2+ (5.04 million).
(Source: Cynopsis)

What live sports takes away, Live+3 gives back. After slipping opposite the NFL and baseball, AMC’s The Walking Dead jumped 40 percent in total viewers (to 17.1 million) and 41 percent among A18-49 (11.1 million) the second week of season six.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Project Runway hit a season 14 high 2.5 million total viewers and 1.1 million A25-54 on Thursday, making it the number one non-sports cable telecast of the night in the demo for the third consecutive week.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Thursday’s 8p debut of Food Network’sChopped: Impossible posted a .5 rating A25-54 (520K impressions), up 64 percent versus year-ago to rank 4thin cable in the timeslot. Among A25-34 the show delivered a .4 ratings (130K impressions), up 100 percent versus last year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

1) Pentatonix – Pentatonix – 87,737
2) Demi Lovato – Confident – 76,603
3) Machine Gun Kelly – General Admission – 49,351

Other Debuts
4) Game – Documentary 2.5 – 41,634
5) Coheed & Cambria – Color Before The Sun – 31,216
6) Kidz Bop Kids – Kidz Bop 30 – 26,899
14) Hillsong Worship – Open Heaven / River Wild – 14,657
15) Joe Budden – All Love Lost – 14,229
18) Borns – Dopamine – 13,063
19) State Champs – Around The World & Back – 12,860

The Martian – $15.9 million
Goosebumps – $15.5 million
Bridge of Spies – $11.4 million
The Last Witch Hunter – $10.8 million
Hotel Transylvania 2 – $9 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)


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