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FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 7/26/17)
HGTV: House Hunters (Premiere) at 10pm
LIFETIME: So Sharp (Premiere) at 10pm
TELEMUNDO: Sin Senos Si Hay Paraíso (Premiere) at 9pm
VH1: Signed (Premiere) at 9pm
DIY: Amazing Space (Finale) at 9pm and 9:30pm
NBC: Little Big Shots: Forever Young (Finale) at 8pm

Nielsen is expanding its ratings to include Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV. As long as the programming includes the same ads that appeared on live TV, streamed viewing across desktops and mobile devices will count in C3 and C7 measurement. Nielsen ratings already included Sling TV and PlayStation Vue viewing.
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Nominations for the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards were announced on Instagram Live. Kendrick Lamar led the pack with eight nominations for his video, Humble, followed by Katy Perry and The Weeknd with five each. Best Female Video and Best Male Video categories have been combined for Artist of the Year, while Best Fight Against the System has been added to celebrate videos that inspire standing up and fighting for justice. For a full list of nominees, go to mtv.com/vma. Awards show airs live on Sunday, August 27 at 8p.
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Epix set premiere dates for three fall originals. Season 2 of Berlin Station bows Sunday October 15 at 9p, while the sophomore installment of Graves premieres Sunday, October 22 at 9p. Documentary film, Danica, airs Wednesday, November 8 at 8p. The net also ordered a four-episode second season of doc America Divided for 2018.
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Trevor Noah and Comedy Central’s The Daily Show are taking a road trip to Chicago. The series will telecast from the Athenaeum Theatre from Monday, October 16 through Thursday, October 19 at 11p. It’s the 14th time the show has gone on location for a special week of episodes.
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Comedy Central has extended The President Show, ordering seven more episodes. Created by Anthony Atamanuik, who hosts as Donald J. Trump, the weekly late-night series is now up to 22 episodes. Currently airing on Thursdays at 11:30p, the show moves to 12a beginning Thursday, September 28.
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Jordan Klepper‘s new late night talk show on Comedy Central has a title: The Opposition. The show, which bows Monday, September 25 at 11:30p, will attempt to cover the gaping political divide currently in our country.
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CNBC renewed Adventure Capitalists. Premiering Tuesday, October 10 at 10p, the second season welcomes new investor, Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson East.
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HGTV is bringing back Good Bones for a 13-episode third season. The home renovation and flipping series returns in 2018.
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Vanderpump Rules Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky bows Wednesday, August 23 at 9p on Bravo, following bartender Jax Taylor and his sweetheart Brittany Cartwright as they venture to her family’s farm.
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Cinelatino premieres El Desconocido: La Historia del Cholo Adrian with back-to-back airings on Friday, July 28 at 10p and 11p. The original series centers on the top lieutenant a notorious drug lord.
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FusionTV‘s five-part limited series, Residente, premieres Sunday, August 6 at 8:30p. Series follows the Grammy-award winning artist as he explores his ancestors’ homelands.
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The two-night midseason premiere of OWN’s Greenleaf airs Tuesday, August 15 and Wednesday, August 16 at 10p.
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Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line join forces to perform never-before-heard renditions of each group’s biggest hits on CMT Crossroads on Wednesday, August 30 at 10p.
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Ben Gleib hosts the 200th episode of GSN’s Idiotest on Wednesday, July 26 at 10p. The milestone episode features special puzzles and four contestants vying for a $10,000 prize.
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Jessica Camacho (The Flash) is boarding Season 2 of NBC drama Taken …. Tracy Spiridakos was promoted to series regular on NBC’s Chicago PD…. FXX comedy You’re the Worst tapped Colin Ferguson for a major story arc next season….Tom Felton is not returning as a series regular to the fourth season of The CW’s The Flash.
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The Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert ’s “Russia Week,” which covered the host’s trip to St. Petersburg and Moscow, won the week in viewers by its largest margin since its premiere in September 2015, according to Nielsen Live+SD ratings for the week ending July 21. The show averaged 2.87 million viewers, up +14% (from 2.52 million) compared to the same week last year.
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After a quiet holiday week, the top syndicated magazines came back with sharp gains in the session ending July 16. Extra (1.1 Live+SD up 10% from the week before despite being preempted by The All-Star Game in numerous markets), Access Hollywood (1.1, up 10%) and The Insider (0.9, up 13%) clocked he biggest increases. Entertainment Tonight (2.6, up 8%) was the top-rated magazine for the 50th week in a row. Inside Edition (2.5, up 9%) and TMZ (1.3, up 8%) followed.
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Also getting favorable Nielsen verdicts were Judge Judy (6.4, up 2%) and Hot Bench (2.3, up 5%).
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For the week of July 17, Univision finished as the number two broadcast network, regardless of language, with A18-34, as well as number four among A18-49. Jose de Egipto grew its week-to-week audience with Total Viewers 2+ (+8% to 2.1 million), A18-49 (+12% to 845,000) and A18-34 (+9% to 334,000).
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TV One ’s Rickey Smiley For Real experienced its third consecutive week of growth among W18-49 and second consecutive week of growth among P25-54, W25-54 and overall viewers P2+. Among African American P25-54, the show posted three consecutive weeks of gains.
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Urban One announced a leadership change at TV One. Michelle Rice was appointed the Interim General Manager, succeeding Brad Siegal, who exited the company. Rice had been Executive Vice President, Content Distribution and Marketing.
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The Jackal Group named Susan Lierle as Senior Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs. She had been a business affairs consultant at Twentieth Century Fox Television.
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The Television Academy Foundation appointed Jodi Delaney, previously Chief Development Officer at Youth Policy Institute, as Executive Director.
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David Cameron joined Target Data Corporation as Vice President of Analytics. He previously held key positions at Nielsen, Merkle and Ameritech.
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