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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 10/25/17)
AHC: Wartime Crime (Premiere) at 10pm
NICKTOONS: Massive Monster Mayhem (Premiere) at 8pm
E!: Total Bellas (Finale) at 9pm
SYFY: Channel Zero: No-End House (Finale) at 10pm
VICELAND: Epicly Later’d (Finale) at 10pm 

The onscreen adventures of The Kardashians will continue. E! signed a new pact with the famous family, locking them up beyond their previous deal through 2020. The Kardashians last renewed their contract with E! in 2015.
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CMA announced four collaborative musical performances to be featured on stage at The 51th Annual CMA Awards Kelsea Ballerini and Reba McEntire, Dierks Bentley and Rascal Flatts, Maren Morris and Niall Horan, and Brady Paisely and Kane Brown. Airs Wednesday, November 8 at 8p on ABC.
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The FCC voted 3-2 along party lines on Tuesday to terminate the “Main Studio Rule,” which requires local TV and radio broadcasters to maintain studios in the communities where they are licensed. Eliminating the rule established in 1940 benefits the largest broadcasters; critics of the move say it will accelerate tendencies for consolidation among corporate giants like Sinclair.
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This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia and his producing partner Russ Cundiff sold three projects to FOX via their DiVide Pictures. Drama Cordelia is a Latino take on King Lear from Robert Munic, co-creator of Ice; The End is comedy from Michael Jacobs, co-creator of Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World; and Committed is a reality project about couples from David Leepson (Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills).
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The CW is developing comedic drama It’s The End Of The World As We Know It, based on the 2012 book of the same title by Iva-Marie Palmer. Project hails from Powerless EPs and showrunners Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas and Warner Bros. TV.
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Cannabis news, entertainment and lifestyle channel, 420TV, set to launch in 2018, began production on Medical Marijuana Miracles. Series tells the stories of people who have benefitted from the medicinal properties of cannabis.
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Docu-series The Job Interview, bringing viewers inside the room as real employers interview real candidates for real jobs, bows Wednesday, November 8 with back-to-back episodes at 10p and 10:30p on CNBC.
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OWN docu-series Checked Inn debuts Tuesday, November 21 at 10p. Show features entrepreneur Monique Greenwood and couples who visit her family-run, upscale bed and breakfast.
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Bruce Dern hosts seven days of western films on HDNET Movies, from Monday, November 20 through Sunday, November 26. Bruce Dern’s Cowboy Collection features a lineup including Posse, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, Chato’s Land and Ride the High Country.
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Antenna TV broadcasts every episode of All in the Family on Thanksgiving weekend. The marathon begins on Wednesday, November 22 at 5a and runs through Sunday, November 26.
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Lifetime announced its holiday slate, featuring six original movies. Wrapped Up In Christmas bows Saturday, November 25 at 8p, A Very Merry Toy Store debuts Sunday, November 26 at 8p , Four Christmases and a Wedding airs Saturday, December 2 at 8p, A Christmas Prince premieres Sunday, December 3 at 8p, Christmas in Mississippi bows Saturday, December 9 at 8p and Snowed-Inn Christmas arrives Saturday, December 16 at 8p.
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ABC airs Living Every Day: Luke Bryan on Monday, November 6 at 10p. Presented by Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, the special takes an intimate look at the life and career of the country music superstar.
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Smithsonian Channel revisits the story of an American heiress turned FBI’s most wanted in The Lost Tapes: Patty Hearst on Sunday, November 26 at 9p.
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Comedian Jeff Ross breaks down and tears apart the immigration debate in part stand-up, part documentary special, Jeff Ross Roasts the Border: Live from Brownsville, Texas on Thursday, November 16 at 10p on Comedy Central.
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Bean premieres Saturday, November 18 at 10p on Fuse. The documentary chronicles the journey of Alana Duran and Lori Interlicchio, a young couple who gained national attention after Lori surprised Alan with the offer of a life-saving kidney donation.
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Tony award winner Sara Ramirez joins CBSMadam Secretary as a series regular on the Sunday, November 19 episode at 10:30p… Michael Landes landed a lead in Amazon’s first original German-language series, You Are WantedTamlyn Tomita (The Good Doctor) will recur on Season 3 of Amazon drama, The Man In the High Castle Courtney Henggeler (Mom) nabbed a series regular role on upcoming YouTubeRed series, Cobra KaiPaula Abdul guest stars on ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat’s Christmas episode… Billy Gardell (Mike & Molly) turns up as the Cooper clan’s neighbor on CBSYoung SheldonSyfy pilot Tremors added to its cast. Joining are P.J. Byrne (Big Little Lies), Hunter Parrish (Weeds), Ebonee Noel (Wrecked), Brandon Jay McLaren (Ransom) and Haley Tju (Bella and the Bulldogs).
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Big Mouth will continue to roar. Netflix is bringing back the series for a second season.
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Verizon Media’s go90 renewed media sports mockumentary The 5th Quarter for two 10-episode seasons. Season 2 bows November 30. Season 3 debuts in early 2018.
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Growing over its Dancing With the Stars lead-in for the fourth week in a row, ABC’s The Good Doctor was the top series in its hour for the fourth consecutive week this season in Total Viewers (10.6 million) and A18-49 (2.0/8).
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Hallmark Channel’s third annual “Fall Harvest” programming event went out on a high note last weekend with the final two original movie premieres of A Harvest Wedding and Good Witch: Spellbound, averaging a 2.5 HH rating and 2.7 million Total Viewers.
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FOX dramas The Gifted and The Orville doubled their Live+SD rating in the seven-day window, ranking among the Top 3 new dramas for the week of October 9. The Gifted posted a 2.4/8 L7, marking a +100% lift from Live+SD and building +660% on its Lucifer lead-in, and ranked as the #2 drama of the night. The Orville delivered a 2.1/8 L7 for the fourth consecutive week and a gain of +110% from L+SD and ranked as Thursday’s #1 entertainment program with Men 18-49.
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VH1’s Scared Famous garnered 1.8 million viewers on Monday. It was the #1 non-sports program in P18-49 for its 9p premiere and logged a 1.00 P18-49 Live+SD.
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Dr. Phil (3.5 Live+SD national Nielsen rating, up 13% from the week before) raced to its highest ratings since early March in the session ending October 15, dominating talkers for the 58th week in a row. Others in the category enjoying big weeks were Steve Harvey’s Steve (1.4, up 8%), which hit its highest rating in four months, and Harry Connick Jr.’s Harry (0.9, up 13%).
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Crime Watch Daily (1.0, up 11%) had the largest annual increase of any daytime show, leaping 11% from last year. Among the season’s newcomers to first-run syndication, leader Daily Mail TV (1.0, steady) decisively finished first, setting the pace for the fourth consecutive week. Page Six TV (0.7, steady) was the strongest rival, garnering more than 1.0 million daily viewers with a 0.5 among W 25-54, which tied Daily Mail TV in the key demo.
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Access Hollywood (1.4, up 8%) had the hot hand among magazines, earning its highest rating in 25 weeks. Entertainment Tonight (3.0, steady) led the category.
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Robert Guillaume, best known for his roles on Soap and Benson, died at home on Tuesday, October 24, after battling prostate cancer. He was 89.
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Patricia Llewellyn , former chief of production group Optomen and the woman who launched the career of Gordon Ramsey and transformed Jamie Oliver into The Naked Chef, died over the weekend. Llewellyn had been battling a long illness. She was 55.
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