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ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 10/30/18)
LIFETIME: Married At First Sight: Happily Ever After? (Premiere) at 10pm
TLC: 7 Little Johnstons (Premiere) at 8pm
TRAVEL CHANNEL: Monster Encounters (Premiere) at 10pm
TV ONE: Rickey Smiley For Real (Premiere) at 8pm

Today hosts Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie, Craig Melvin and Al Roker manned the third hour of the morning show following Friday’s cancellation of Megyn Kelly Today. “We are starting a new chapter,” said Kotb. “As it evolves, we want you to know the entire Today family will continue to bring you informative and important stories, just as we always have.” Kelly, whose show was axed after she said wearing blackface on Halloween wasn’t necessarily racist, is in “discussions about next steps” regarding her future at NBC News, said her attorney.
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A third suspicious package addressed to CNN was intercepted at an Atlanta post office on Monday, but there was no imminent danger to the CNN Center, net president Jeff Zucker assured employees. “All mail, at all CNN domestic bureaus, is being screened at off-site facilities as of last Wednesday, so this package would NOT have come directly to the CNN Center, even if it hadn’t been intercepted first,” said Zucker.
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Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale) and his cousin, explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes , will take to the river for Nat Geo’s three part doc, Fiennes: Return to the Nile. Ranulph first traveled down the Nile in 1969 as part of the White Nile Hovercraft Expedition. Woodcut Media is producing.
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*NSYNC alum Joey Fatone is set to host Game Show Network’s Common Knowledge , asking teams of friends to compete to answer what should be easy questions. The former boy bander is no stranger to TV, with a string of credits including Family Feud, The Singing Bee and Parents Just Don’t Understand, among others. Common Knowledge debuts on January 14.
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ABC ordered comedy reality series Videos After Dark from the producers of America’s Funniest Home Videos. Bob Saget, original host of AFV, will host and exec produce the show, featuring videos suited to an older audience. ABC also ordered two more seasons of AVF, now in season 29, its most-watched in six years.
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Boxer Mike Tyson is shopping a scripted comedy, Rolling with the Punches, in which he would star, based on his life as a marijuana grower. “It’s basically me acting like me,” Tyson told Page Six. Tyson’s business partner, Rob Hickman, said he expects the show to make it to the small screen in five months.
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Shondaland vet Chris Van Dusen is heading to Netflix, with an overall deal to create new series and other projects. First up is a straight-to-series Shondaland project based on the novels by Julia Quinn.
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CBS All Access ordered a second season of Strange Angel. First season of the period drama ended last month.
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Maine Cabin Masters is back for a new season on DIY starting Monday, December 3 at 10p. This time around, projects include a pet play space for a family that rescues animals, and lobster trap chairs for a converted seafood shack.
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Season three of Netflix’s Beat Bugs launches Friday, November 9, with new characters and an additional 26 reimagined Beatles classics.
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Sony Crackle’s Startup returns for season three on Thursday, November 1. Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite) guest stars as an NSA agent.
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Nickelodeon’s Butterbean’s Cafe opens Monday, November 12 at 1p. The same night at 7p, Nick airs a special Thanksgiving episode of The Loud House.
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CNBC’s The Profit is back for season six on Tuesday, December 4 at 10p. The premiere is preceded by an “Inside Look” at a past episode at 9p.
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Fox announced premiere dates, including a special debut date for The Orville on Sunday, December 20 at 8p; winter premieres for The Gifted on Tuesday, January 1 at 8p, followed by Lethal Weapon at 9p; the season launch of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back on Wednesday, January 2 at 8p, followed at 9p by the series debut of The Masked Singer. The final season of Gotham launches Thursday, January 3 at 8p; The Resident has its winter premiere Monday January 14 at 8p, ahead of the series debut of The Passage. Proven Innocent makes its first bow Friday, February 15 at 9p.
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Ovation and Reelz will broadcast the 2018 National Christmas Tree Lighting on Sunday, December 2 at 10p. The ceremony, co-presented by the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, includes live musical performances and the official lighting of the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse in President’s Park.
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Social news publisher NowThis will premiere its first feature length documentary film, Virginia 12th, on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 5p on its Facebook and YouTube channels. Doc follows the story of Chris Hurst, a millennial journalist rocked by gun violence, who pivoted his career towards elected office by running and defeating an NRA-backed incumbent State House representative.
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Fox News Channel is offering special live coverage of the 2018 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 6, beginning at 6p. Special Report’s Bret Baier and The Story’s Martha MacCallum will anchor America’s Election HQ: 2018 Midterms. On sister net Fox Business, Neil Cavuto will anchor a five-hour edition of Cavuto: Coast to Coast starting at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The ninth annual CMA Country Christmas airs Monday, December 10 at 8p on ABC, hosted by Reba McEntire. Tony Bennett, Martina McBride and Diana Krall are among the performers.
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Bill Burr Presents Paul Virzi: I’ll Say This, the first of three specials airing under a deal between Comedy Central and the Bill Burr/Al Madrigal-led All Things Comedy production banner, premieres November 2 at 12:30a.
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Fox revealed the cast of upcoming live musical Rent, airing Sunday, January 27 at 7p: Kiersey Clemons (Transparent), Brandon Victor Dixon (Hamilton), Jordan Fisher (Teen Wolf), Vanessa Hudgens (Grease: Live), Brennin Hunt (Walking With Herb), singer/songwriter Mario, singer Tinashe (“2 On”), Valentina (RuPaul’s Drag Race) and Keala Settle (Waitress).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Raphael Acloque (24: Legacy) landed a lead in CBS drama pilot Surveillance, opposite Sophia Bush.
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Ovation is featuring local Bronx and Brooklyn artists in public service announcements on all its platforms as part its Stand For The Arts mission to raise awareness, protect access, and encourage action on behalf of the arts and culture.
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The fifth and final game of the World Series on Sunday gave a championship to the Red Sox, and a 12.3/24 metered market rating to Fox, slightly down from last year’s Game 5, and up 25% from Game 4.
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Between the World Series, NFL Sunday, English Premier League soccer, AMC’s The Walking Dead and the season premiere of Showtime’s Ray Donovan, fuboTV had its most viewed day ever. The service delivered 170,000 unique viewers, up 21% from its all-time high in September.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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