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FIRST LOOK/ ON TV/ WEEKEND BOX OFFICE/ CASTING CALL

FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (MONDAY 6/20/16)
BRAVO: Real Housewives of Orange County (Premiere) at 9pm
BRAVO: Odd Mom Out (Premiere) at 10pm
FREEFORM: The Fosters (Premiere) at 8pm
BRAVO: Southern Charm (Finale) at 8pm
CW: Reign (Finale) at 8pm
DISCOVERY: Street Outlaws (Finale) at 9pm

Once again avoiding the September crush, The CW’s fall 2016-2017 slate launches Tuesday, October 4 with the season premiere of The Flash at 8p, followed by the series premiere of hour-long comedy No Tomorrow at 9p. Moving along…

Wednesday, October 5: Arrow (season premiere) at 8p, Frequency (series premiere) at 9p

Monday, October 10: Supergirl (CW premiere) at 8p, No Tomorrow (encore of premiere) at 9p

Thursday, October 13: Legends of Tomorrow (season premiere) at 8p, Supernatural (season premiere) at 9p

Monday, October 17: Jane the Virgin (season premiere) at 9p

Friday, October 21: The Vampire Diaries (season premiere) at 8p, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (season premiere) at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedian Michelle Collins is leaving her co-host perch on The View after one season. “I’m officially the newest member of the ‘One Seasoner’ club, the latest graduate of talk show boot camp,” confirmed Collins on Instagram, describing her experience on the ABC talker as “surreal and fabulous.”  In an internal memo, exec producer Candi Carter called Collins “A gracious presence on stage and off.”.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The battle over Sumner Redstone’s media empire shows no sign of abating. Regarding to the refusal of Viacom Inc. CEO Philippe Dauman and four others to leave the Viacom board after Redstone replaced them, Redstone’s privately held holding company, National Amusements, issued a statement objecting to Viacom paying for Dauman’s legal and PR expenses. “Under Philippe Dauman’s leadership, Viacom is diverting valuable corporate resources to mount a legal and PR campaign against Sumner Redstone, despite the fact that Redstone is Viacom’s Founder, Chairman Emeritus and controlling shareholder,” said the company. Responded Viacom, “It is certainly in the interests of all Viacom’s stockholders that …actions be pursued in order to preserve the independence of the board.” At issue is whether 93-year-old Redstone is mentally competent to call the shots.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Will Arnett (Arrested Development) will host Syfy’s first-ever three-night telecast of Syfy Presents Live from Comic-Con. Broadcast airs from San Diego Thursday, July 21-Saturday, July 23 at 8p. Arnett will cover news, party coverage and interviews, and offer sneak peeks of films and TV series.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Dave Andron (Justified) signed an overall deal with FX Productions that sets him as showrunner for FX drama pilot Snowfall, from John Singleton, as well as developing new projects. Andron is part of the team that has been revamping the project about a cocaine epidemic.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A&E is not moving forward with hip hop drama The Infamous, starring Bokeem Woodbine and Jason O’Mara. Pilot came from A+E Studios.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nickelodeon preschool series Rusty Rivets launches Monday, August 22 at 7:30p. Inspired by the maker movement, the show from Spin Master Entertainment (Paw Patrol) encourages inventing, creating and problem solving.
(Source: Cynopsis)

WE tv’s Cutting It: In the ATL starts season two on Thursday, July 14 at 10p. The salon owners gather for an industry event that comes to a hair-raising halt when loyalties fray and new faces appear on the scene.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fans will see Wilmer Valderrama “like they’ve never seen him before,” promises NCIS exec producer Gary Glasberg of the That ‘70s Show star’s new role on the CBS procedural. Valderrama will play a field agent who accepted a deep cover assignment years ago, and returns a loose cannon.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Showtime’s Masters of Sex has added Alysia Reiner (Orange Is the New Black), Jeremy Strong (The Big Short) and Ashley Zukerman (Mahhattan) in recurring roles for season four, launching September 11.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fox’s Scream Queens has added John Stamos as a series regular in season two. Stamos is also at work on season two of Netflix’s Fuller House.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The character played by Lolita Davidovich in NBC’s Shades of Blue is being recast with Margaret Colin (Gossip Girl) for season two, due to scheduling conflicts, reports TVLine.
(Source: Cynopsis)

On Thursday, June 16, Dish Network stopped carrying NFL Network and NFL RedZone – and it may be passing on the sports nets for a while. The NFL went on the offensive in a message online, urging football fans to “find a provider that carries NFL and NFL RedZone now  and the good news there are plenty of choices.” Said Dish, “Our contract with the NFL Network has expired. We remain open to a fair offer that allows us to carry this content at an appropriate value to our customers.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

A sneak peek at Science Channel’s new How to Build…Everything is available on ScienceChannel.com, DiscoveryGO.com, Facebook, YouTube and TVE ahead of the series’ premiere on Wednesday, June 22 at 10p. Preview ep: “Cruise Ship Secrets.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Animal Planet had its highest Saturday night since November 2014 among W25-54 on June 11 in Live+3, and the network broke into the Top 5 for W25-54 for the night (#5) in ad-supported cable. At 8p, My Cat From Hell had one million total viewers P2+ for the season finale and ranked among the top five ad-supported cable networks among P25-54 (#4), W25-54 (#5), and Persons and Women 18-49 (#5) delivery for the timeslot. Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet at 9p delivered its most watched episode ever with 1.4 million viewers, with four consecutive weeks of growth among both Persons and Women 25-54. And freshman The Vet Life at 10p grew 18 percent in P25-54 ratings from the series premiere on June 4, grabbing 1.2 million total viewers and broke into the Top 10 ad-supported cable nets in its time period among W25-54 (#9).
(Source: Cynopsis)

CBS rubbed it in with final Live+7 broadcast ratings for the season, boasting the net placed first in viewers (19.95 million), A18-49 (2.3) and A25-54 (3.1), with the #1 scripted broadcast/comedy, drama, new comedy and news program and more top 20 broadcasts than any other network, according to final Nielsen numbers.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC beat its combined competition on CBS, NBC, FOX and CW in total viewers (20.7 million, +8 percent) and A18-49 (7.7/27, +100 percent) with Thursday’s Game 6 of the NBA Finals, attracting its second-biggest audience ever on ABC, after last year’s series between the same teams.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Emmy-winning writer Bill Richmond died June 4. He was 94. Richmond’s television credits include The Carol Burnett Show, Laugh-In, I Dream of Jeannie and All in the Family, among others.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Actor Ron Lester, hospitalized since February for liver and kidney issues, died June 17. He was 45. Lester was best known to TV audiences for his role on Popular.
(Source: Cynopsis)

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE
Finding Dory – $136.2 million
Central Intelligence – $34.5 million
The Conjuring 2 – $15.6 million
Now You See Me 2 – $9.7 million
Warcraft – $6.5 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)

CASTING CALL
LOS ANGELES CASTING CALL New DOG ADOPTION show looking for people who want to adopt a dog to enrich their world & help in bettering theirlifestyle.Need an exercise buddy? Need help w/ social anxiety? Sleeping disorder? Health and wellness needs? We can find the right canine match for you! Email: DogAdoptionCasting@gmail.com w/contact info, photo and little blurb about yourself.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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