CBS: 11th Annual ACM Honors at 9pm
ABC: 20/20 (Premiere) at 10pm
HGTV: House Hunters (Premiere) at 10pm
NAT. GEO. WILD: Kingdom of the North (Premiere) at 9pm
TLC: Kindred Spirits (Premiere) at 9pm
TLC: Evil Things (Premiere) at 10pm
HGTV: My Lottery Dream Home (Finale) at 9pm

(SATURDAY 9/16/17)
GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY: Texas Flip N Move (Finale) at 10pm
HISTORY: JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald (Finale) at 11pm
OWN: Black Love (Finale) at 9pm
REELZ: Scandal Made Me Famous (Finale) at 9pm
TRAVEL: The Dead Files (Finale) at 10pm

(SUNDAY 9/17/17)
E!: E! Live From The Red Carpet: Emmy Awards at 6pm
CBS: 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at 8pm
DIY: Salvage Dawgs (Premiere) at 9pm and 9:30pm
FOX NEWS: OBJECTified (Premiere) at 8pm
HBO: Vice Principals (Premiere) at 10:30pm
OUT TV: Sex & Violence (Premiere) at 10pm
PBS: The Vietnam War (Premiere) at 8pm
TLC: My Giant Life (Premiere) at 10pm
UNIVISION: El Chapo (Premiere) at 10pm
BBCA: Top Gear America (Finale) at 8pm
E!: Life of Kylie (Finale) at 9pm
FOOD NETWORK: Guy’s Grocery Games: Superstars (Finale) at 8pm
FX: The Strain (Finale) at 10pm 

It wasn’t the biggest late night crowd in the history of late night crowds, but it was a winner. ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live scored its highest-rated single-day telecast in 6 months (excluding NBA Finals nights) with a Wednesday pop-in from former White House press secretary Sean Spicer (and an assist from newly-minted U.S. Open champ Sloane Stephens). Kimmel ranked as the night’s #1 late night talk show, spiking 24% over the week-ago night in Households (2.1/6), according to metered market ratings.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO’s come up with a way to stay one step ahead of hackers. For the ending of the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones, producers are planning to shoot multiple versions “so that nobody really knows what happens,” Casey Bloys, HBO President of Programming, announced during a visit to Moravian College. “You have to do that ….because when you’re shooting something, people know.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy Central and Trevor Noah agreed to a contract extension that will keep Noah behind the desk of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah through 2022. As part of the new deal, Noah will also produce and host annual, year-end, Daily Show specials, beginning this year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Chris Wallace has signed a new multi-year pact to stay at Fox News Channel past the 2020 election. He’ll continue in his longtime role as anchor of Fox News Sunday as well as contribute to Fox News programming.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci appears as Guy Day Friday guest host on ABC’s The View on September 15. The Mooch is getting around – earlier this week, he announced he’ll guest host TMZ Live.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Food Network ranked #1 as a “must have” channel among top-ranked basic cable networks with potential cord-cutters, found the 2017 Beta Research Cable Subscriber Study. AMC came in a close second, followed by Discovery Channel, ESPN, FX, Weather Channel, TNT and History.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CMT is adding Faith Hill-produced Pickler and Ben to its morning lineup. The Nashville-based talk show, starring Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron, begins airing Tuesday, September 19 at 9a. Pickler also stars on the net’s I Love Kellie Pickler, airing Thursdays at 11p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

America Ferrera (Superstore), Mariska Hargitay (Law & Order: SVU), Chrissy Metz (This Is Us) and Lena Waithe (Master of None) were named the first-ever ambassadors of the 12th Annual NBCUniversal Short Film Festival. Films will be recognized at a ceremony on October 18 at the Director’s Guild of America in Hollywood. The nine finalists set a festival record for female and Asian-American representation.
(Source: Cynopsis)

SAG-Aftra Foundation is honoring Kate Winslet with its Actors Inspiration Award, highlighting her career achievements and honoring her charitable work. The nonprofit’s Patron of the Artists Awards celebration will also honor director/producer Judd Apatow, Academy Award winning director Kathryn Bigelow, and Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos for their roles in supporting actors and performing artists in their careers. Event takes place Thursday, November 9 in Beverly Hills.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Showtime picked up half-hour comedy Kidding, starring Jim Carrey. It’s the first series regular role for Carrey since In Living Color (1990-1994) and reunites him with Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), who is directing the show. Carrey is also exec producer of HBO’s just-renewed I’m Dying Up Here.
(Source: Cynopsis)

60 Minutes begins its 50th anniversary season on Sunday, September 24 at 7p on CBS with a story from new special contributor Oprah Winfrey. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will honor the series with a tribute recognizing its contribution to television journalism at its Emmy Award ceremony on October 5 in New York.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Big Interview With Dan Rather returns to AXS TV for a fifth season on Tuesday, October 10 at 9p. Sharon Osbourne is the first featured guest.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Univision celebrity dance competition Mira Quien Baila bows Sunday, September 17 at 8p, featuring 10 celebs who accepted the challenge to compete for a $50,000 donation to the charity of their choice.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Acorn TV added Doc Martin to its September lineup. Series bows Thursday, September 21, hours after its UK debut. In addition, cop drama 19-2: The Final Season premieres Friday, September 22, while original series Acceptable Risk bows on Monday, October 16.
(Source: Cynopsis)

TeleXitos announced its September programming, too. Shows on the Telemundo Station Group’s national multicast network include The Unit, Law & Order, and the premiere of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Noticias Telemundo presents Huracanes y Terremotos, Naturaleza en Furia (Hurricanes and Earthquakes, Nature’s Fury) on Sunday, September 17 at 7p. Hosted by Jose Diaz-Balart, the special explores the causes, impact and nature of natural disasters.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Freeform‘s annual “13 Nights of Halloween” kicks off Thursday, October 19. The net will air Halloween classics including an all-day marathon of Hocus Pocus on Tuesday, October 31 and a Tim Burton marathon on Monday, October 23, featuring Edward Scissorhands, Dark Shadows, Sleepy Hollow and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Country superstar Sam Hunt, along with co-writers Zach Crowell, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, will be honored with the first-ever “Song of the Year” award for hit Body Like A Back Road at the 2017 CMT Artists of the Year. Music event premieres Wednesday, October 18 at 8p on CMT.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Michael Stuhlbarg, Freya Mayor, Nikolai Kinski and Griffin Dunne join Netflix’s Gore, the upcoming bio of Gore VidalBrian Letscher (Scandal) and Bryan Craig (General Hospital) nabbed recurring roles in The CW serialized military drama/conspiracy thriller, ValorLiannet Borrego (The Haves & The Have Nots) booked a recurring role on TNT’s The Last Ship.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Maury, hosted by Maury Povich, begins its 20th anniversary season with NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution on Monday, September 18. To celebrate, Povich will expand the exclusive content that will be developed for its social media platforms. In “Maury’s Social Sit-Down,” Povich will venture outside his typical topics to interview individuals tied to current events and pop culture. Povich will also host weekly Facebook Live sessions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Time Inc.’s free, ad-supported OTT network is rebranding from People/Entertainment Weekly Network to PeopleTV. The announcement included word of green lights for shows including Entertainment Weekly: Hollywood True Crime; Shelf Life, hosted by Oprah Book Club and Special Projects Producer, Jill Adams; and Sizing Up the Dress, among other offerings.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Dr. Phil (3.0 Live+SD national rating, up 3% from the previous week) recorded its best Nielsens since mid-June and extended its winning streak in the talk show race to one full year in the session ending September 3. The show surged 30% from last year. Live with Kelly and Ryan (1.9, unchanged) held steady and finished second.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The first week of Steve (1.2/4 average in 54 metered markets), the new version of Steve Harvey’s talk show, made a big impact in several markets, including a 125% surge from its lead-in in San Diego, doubling what the old Steve Harvey show did in the same time period, last year, on KNSD at 2p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

American Assassin – Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton, Sanaa Lathan, David Suchet, David Negahban, Scott Adkins, Taylor Kitsch, Shiva Negar
mother! – Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Brian Gleeson, Stephen McHattie, Kristen Wiig
Brad’s Status (Limited Release) – Ben Stiller, Michael Sheen, Jenna Fischer, Luke Wilson, Jemaine Clement, Austin Abrams, Shazi Raja, Mike White
The Wilde Wedding (Limited Release) – Glenn Close, Johnn Malkovich, Patrick Stewart, Minnie Driver, Peter Facinelli, Grace Van Patten, Jack Davenport, Yale Stone
Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards (Limited Release) – A Documentary about shoe designer Manolo Blahnik

Friday September 15, 2017
Metro Tech Area Fair – on Willoughby St. from Jay – Pearl St.
Pop For Street Fair @Charlton St. – on Charlton St. bet. Hudson St. – Varick St.
Virtual Reality Festival – Hotel Indigo, 171 Ludlow St.
Viva Broadway Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month – Duffy Square, 46th & Broadway
El Barrio Latin Jazz Festival – Marcus Garvey Park, 18 Mount Morris Park West 6pm – 9pm
Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards – United Palace of Cultural Arts, 4140 Broadway and 175th St. 8pm
Metro Tech Area Fair – on Willoughby St. from Jay to Pearl St. 10am – 6pm
Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival (Brooklyn) – on Columbia St. from Degraw to Union St. and from Union St. from Columbia to Hicks
The Meadows Music & Arts Festival (Queens) – Citifield
Poseideon’s Parade (Queens) – Beach 106th St. and Shorefront Parkway, Rockaway Queens

Saturday September 16, 2017
Virtual Reality Festival – Hotel Indigo, 171 Ludlow St.
Taste of East Village – on 7th St. bet. Cooper Square and 2nd Ave. 12pm – 5pm
University Place Fair – on University Place from 8th – 14th St. 10am – 6pm
Manhattan Plaza Block Party – on 43rd St. bet. 9th & 10th Ave. 10 am – 5:30pm
Pop Up Food Street Fair Restaurant Row – 9th Ave. bet. 42nd – 50th St. 10am – 6pm
8th Ave. Festival – on 8th Ave. from 42nd – 55th St.
German-American Steuben Parade of New York – on 5th Ave. from 68th – 86th St. 12pm
Oktoberfest in Central Park – Ramsey Playfield in Central Park, enter at 72nd St. & 5th Ave.
Westside Community Garden Arts & Crafts Festival – 89th St. bet. Columbus & Amsterdam Ave.
63rd Drive “Rego Park” Festival (Queens) – on 63rd Drive from Austin St. to Queens Blvd.
The Meadows Music & Arts Festival (Queens) – Citifield

Sunday September 17, 2017
Virtual Reality Festival – Hotel Indigo, 171 Ludlow St.
Third Ave. Merchandise Fair – on 3rd Ave. from 14th – 23rd St. 9am – 6pm
41st Annual Columbus Ave. Festival – on Columbus Ave. from 68th – 86th St. 11am – 6pm
Westside Community Garden Arts & Crafts Festival – 89th St. bet. Columbus & Amsterdam Ave.
Bloomingdale Family Days – on Amsterdam Ave. from 106th – 110th St.
48th Annual African American Day Parade – on 111th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. to 136th St. 1pm- 6pm
Myrtle Ave. Fair (Queens)- on Myrtle Ave. from Forest to Wyckoff Ave.
The Meadows Music & Arts Festival (Queens) – Citifield

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