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ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 2/23/16)
BET: It’s A Mann’s World (Premiere) at 10pm
ID: See No Evil (Premiere) at 10pm
SCIENCE: NASA’s Unexplained Files (Premiere) at 10pm
BRAVO: Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce (Finale) at 10pm
ID: Ice Cold Killers (Finale) at 8pm
LIFETIME: Pitch Slapped (Finale) at 10pm

The Simpsons
released a short video about the presidential campaign, in which Marge has a panic attack after watching the candidates debate. (“It’s just like when you have a bad dream, except this is real, and will probably ruin your life,” Homer tells the kids.) “The Debateful Eight” video is here.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fans played director on Saturday, helping create the promo campaign for the 2016 MTV Movie Awards. Show hosts Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart interacted with fans across Facebook Live, YouTube, Periscope, Meerkat and YouKnow, for promo footage airing across linear, digital and social platforms. The livestream generated 4 million streams with almost 2 million tuning in live; awards show tapes April 9 to air Sunday, April 10 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

With pint-sized chefs gobbling ratings (MasterChef Junior, Kids Baking Championship) it should come as a no surprise that Spike and Nickelodeon have teamed with Lip Sync Battle’s Casey Patterson Entertainment and Matador to develop Lip Sync Battle Jr. The special, a spinoff of the Spike hit, will air later this year on both nets. Meanwhile, sister Viacom brands are developing special editions of Lip Sync Battle events. “On the long list of wonderful surprises about Lip Sync Battle is our family co-viewing,” said exec producers Casey Patterson and Jay Peterson. “Lip Sync Battle’s multigenerational appeal is our favorite part of the show.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Docu-series Case Closed with AJ Benza premieres on Reelz Saturday, April 16 at 10p, with the former New York Daily News gossip columnist exploring mysterious celebrity tragedies. Asylum Entertainment produces.
(Source: Cynopsis)

DirecTV will air a televised special of last Saturday’s first-ever iHeart80s Party on the AT&T Audience Network or U-Verse. Tears for Fears, Culture Club, Billy Idol, Rick Springfield and more are featured Friday, March 18 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Deadliest Catch is back for season 12 on Discovery with a new generation of fisherman, including the youngest captain ever – but vet Sig Hansen, for one, is not impressed. “When I look around at the new guys, there is a lot of opportunity but not a lot of promise,” said Hansen, captain of the F/V Northwestern. “At sea, you find out what a guy is made out of. Not everyone makes the cut.” See who does prove themselves worthy starting Tuesday, March 29 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season five of DIY’s Salvage Dawgs debuts Sunday, February 28 at 9p and 9:30p. Fourth run of the series focused on an architectural salvage business saw ratings gains of 40 percent in the P25-54 demo versus season three.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fresh off of Grease: Live, Vanessa Hudgens won the lead in NBC DC universe comedy pilot Powerless, as an insurance claims adjuster annoyed by pesky superheroes.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Weeds alumns Elizabeth Perkins and Kevin Nealon reteam for NBC’s untitled comedy pilot about a royal family, exec produced and directed by Amy Poehler.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Clive Standen (The Vikings) will star in NBC’s straight-to-series adaptation of Taken. Liam Neeson played the role in the 2008 thriller.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Mark Feuerstein (Royal Pains) will recur in Fox event series Prison Break, starring the 2005-2009 original’s Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Emily Tremaine (Vinyl) has been cast as one of the leads in Freeform’s Guilt, as a prosecutor who heads to London when her sister is accused of murder. Katrina Law (Arrow) played the role in the pilot.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Justina Machado (Private Practice) will star in Netflix’s One Day at a Time reboot, focused on a Latino family and co-starring Rita Moreno.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Julie Berman (Chicago Med) has been bumped from recurring to series regular in season two of Hulu comedy Casual.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nadine Valasquez (Flight) and Brianne Davis (True Blood) join History military drama Six.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Wynn Everett (Agent Carter) will play a stay-at-home supermom on ABC comedy pilot Dream Team.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Conor Leslie (Dirty Beautiful) will co-star opposite Sanaa Lathan in Shots Fired. Fox event series explores the aftermath of racially charged shootings.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hillary Clinton sits down with Steve Harvey in her native Chicago tomorrow, February 24. The presidential candidate answers such burning questions as: Deep dish or thin crust?
(Source: Cynopsis)

Travel-themed talk show The Jet Set will be available for first-run syndication on Saturday, March 5 as a half-hour weekly barter show, with 50 original episodes per year. Dave Ward is distributing the series, produced by En Pointe Productions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

AMC’s The Walking Dead returned for the second half of season six with 19.1 million total viewers in Live+3 and the highest A18-49 rating (12.1 million) of the year for an entertainment telecast, plus an additional 1.1 million digital viewers within the three day window. After-show Talking Dead had its highest-rated episode all season: 7.5 million viewers and 4.6 million among A18-49. Airing at midnight, Comic Book Men delivered 1.3 million viewers, 865,000 of whom were A18-49.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of AMC’s Better Call Saul, launched opposite the Grammys and without the benefit of a Walking Dead lead-in, grew 83 percent in total viewers and 98 percent in A18-49 in three days, for a total Live+3 audience of 4.7 million viewers and 2.7 million in the demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The premiere of The Night Manager on Sunday delivered 6.4 million viewers in overnights and a 26.2 share for the UK’s BBC One. The six-parter is adapted from the John Le Carre bestseller.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Saturday’s Democratic caucuses in Nevada gave Fox News 1.59 million viewers from 3p-6p, while CNN grabbed 1.1 million and MSNBC had 735,000. FNC led Saturday night (7p-10p), featuring the results from the GOP primary in South Carolina, with 3.3 million, versus 1.9 million for CNN and 1.1 million for MSNBC.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC’s The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland at 60 was Sunday’s most viewed program among A18-49 with 1.8/6, and drew ABC’s largest audience (6.8 million) in the 8p-10p time period since November. Most watched for the night was CBS’s 60 Minutes, with 10.67 million viewers. NBC’s Must-See TV: An All Star Tribute to James Burrows scored 1.3/4 in the demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The February 15 episode of Disney Junior’s Sofia the First ranked as the animated series’ most-watched telecast in 15 months in total viewers (3.3 million in Live+3) and hit a one year ratings high among Kids 2-5 (975,000/6.3). Guest star: Frozen’s Olaf.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The series finale of Gravity Falls on Disney XD on February 15 was the number one telecast in net history among total viewers (2.9 million in Live+3), Kids 6-14 (1.5 million/4.1 rating) and Boys 6-14 (909,000/5.0 rating).
(Source: Cynopsis)

AMC’s The Walking Dead returned for the second half of season six with 19.1 million total viewers in Live+3 and the highest A18-49 rating (12.1 million) of the year for an entertainment telecast, plus an additional 1.1 million digital viewers within the three day window. After-show Talking Dead had its highest-rated episode all season: 7.5 million viewers and 4.6 million among A18-49. Airing at midnight, Comic Book Men delivered 1.3 million viewers, 865,000 of whom were A18-49.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of AMC’s Better Call Saul, launched opposite the Grammys and without the benefit of a Walking Dead lead-in, grew 83 percent in total viewers and 98 percent in A18-49 in three days, for a total Live+3 audience of 4.7 million viewers and 2.7 million in the demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The premiere of The Night Manager on Sunday delivered 6.4 million viewers in overnights and a 26.2 share for the UK’s BBC One. The six-parter is adapted from the John Le Carre bestseller.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Saturday’s Democratic caucuses in Nevada gave Fox News 1.59 million viewers from 3p-6p, while CNN grabbed 1.1 million and MSNBC had 735,000. FNC led Saturday night (7p-10p), featuring the results from the GOP primary in South Carolina, with 3.3 million, versus 1.9 million for CNN and 1.1 million for MSNBC.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC’s The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland at 60 was Sunday’s most viewed program among A18-49 with 1.8/6, and drew ABC’s largest audience (6.8 million) in the 8p-10p time period since November. Most watched for the night was CBS’s 60 Minutes, with 10.67 million viewers. NBC’s Must-See TV: An All Star Tribute to James Burrows scored 1.3/4 in the demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The February 15 episode of Disney Junior’s Sofia the First ranked as the animated series’ most-watched telecast in 15 months in total viewers (3.3 million in Live+3) and hit a one year ratings high among Kids 2-5 (975,000/6.3). Guest star: Frozen’s Olaf.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The series finale of Gravity Falls on Disney XD on February 15 was the number one telecast in net history among total viewers (2.9 million in Live+3), Kids 6-14 (1.5 million/4.1 rating) and Boys 6-14 (909,000/5.0 rating).
(Source: Cynopsis)

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