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ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 6/11/19)
ABC: Press Your Luck (Premiere) at 10pm
DIY: Maine Cabin Masters (Premiere) at 9pm
FX: Pose (Premiere) at 10pm
LIFETIME: Cheerleader Generation (Premiere) at 10pm
PARAMOUNT NETWORK: Ink Master (Premiere) at 10pm
TLC: Outdaughtered (Premiere) at 9pm
VICELAND: Most Expensivist (Premiere) at 10pm
VICELAND: Jasper & Errol’s First Time (Premiere) at 10:30pm
FREEFORM: The Bold Type (Finale) at 8pm

First Lady Michelle Obama will lead a USA dodgeball team versus James Corden’s Team UK crew when CBS’s The Late Late Show broadcasts from London for four days, starting Monday, June 17. Also suiting up are Melissa McCarthy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Harry Styles, Kate Hudson, Allison Janney, Mila Kunis, Lena Waithe, John Bradley and Reggie Watts.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO canceled nightly news show Vice News Tonight. “We’ve had a terrific seven years partnering with VICE Media, first with the weekly news magazine series and most recently with the nightly news show,” said HBO EVP of Programming Nina Rosenstein. “We want to particularly thank Josh Tyrangiel for his tireless effort in creating a news show from the ground up.” Tyrangiel will exit Vice this summer after what he called “harrowing challenges and huge highs” with the company, while Jesse Angelo, former CEO and publisher of the New York Post, will take on the new role of President, Global News and Entertainment.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy Central ordered a third and final season of scripted comedy Corporate, to premiere in 2020. Season two of the series launched in January.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Alec Baldwin, who told USA Today last week that he was “done” playing President Trump on NBC’s Saturday Night Live so he could spend weekends with his family, sang a different tune after CNN guest columnist Dean Obeidallah suggested that the actor’s withdrawal would be a win for Trump. “Wait! Wait! If pissing off Trump is the point, then I’ll keep doing it! I’ll keep doing it!”, Baldwin tweeted on Monday. To TVLine, Baldwin said, “Lorne [Michaels] is my dear friend, and if he wants me to continue, I probably will.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Supreme Court has agreed to review Byron Allen-owned Entertainment Studios Network’s $20 billion civil rights lawsuit against Comcast. Allen claims that since 2008, Comcast has refused to distribute his stations, citing race as a factor. While Entertainment Studios lost in federal district court, it won a reversal at the U.S. Court of Appeals. Allen also has a suit against Charter Communications.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nickelodeon is reimagining its anthology Are You Afraid of the Dark? as a new three-part limited series, premiering this October. A new group of Midnight Society kids will tell a terrifying tale about the Carnival of Doom, only to have the events of the story come to life.  Production starts this month in Vancouver.
(Source: Cynopsis)

VH1 ordered Girls Cruise from Big Fish Entertainment. Reality series starring and exec produced by L’il Kim will feature the Grammy-winning rapper and her pals traveling the Caribbean. Show launches Monday, July 15 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A dramedy inspired by Sandra Bullock’s college experience is in the works at Amazon. The star of The Blind Side will exec produce the project, created and written by K.C. Perry (Constance).
(Source: Cynopsis)

ZooMoo greenlit Leo the Wildlife Ranger, an animated series for preschool kids. ZooMoo will co-produce with animation house Omens Studios.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Steven Spielberg is writing a “super scary” show for Jeffery Katzenberg’s upcoming digital platform Quibi, announced Katzenberg at Banff World Media Festival. “Getting him write something himself is fantastic,” said Katzenberg of his fellow DreamWorks SKG founder. Quibi is slated to launch April 6, 2020, for $4.99/month.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix renewed animated anthology series Love, Death & Robots for season two. Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Spawn) joins as supervising producer and will oversee all episodes.
(Source: Cynopsis)

AMC is developing dramedy Fast Company, from Daniel Dae Kim’s 3AD Media, reports Deadline. Story from Carla Ching is based on her play about a family of con artists.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ID‘s Forbidden: Dying for Love returns for season four on Saturday, June 22 at 10p, telling stories of relationships that lead to shocking crimes. First up: Puppy love is thwarted when parents try to keep a young couple apart, but distance only serves to their make son’s heart grow fonder – and he’ll stop at nothing to be reunited with his girl.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Viacom’s BET Networks is diving into OTT with a new streaming video service, reports the Wall Street Journal. BET+, aimed at African Americans, will be anchored by original movies and series created by Tyler Perry (The Haves and the Have Nots), who will be a financial stakeholder, as well as content from BET sibs like MTV and Comedy Central.
(Source: Cynopsis)

MTV unveiled the slate of presenters for the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards. This year’s group include Aubrey Plaza, Daniel Levy, Dave Bautista, David Spade, Jameela Jamil, Kiernan Shipka, Kumail Nanjiani, Maude Apatow, Mj Rodriguez, Shameik Moore, Storm Reid, and more. Show airs Monday, June 17 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Judith Light (Transparent), Gethin Anthony (Game of Thrones) and Jay O. Sanders (Sneaky Pete) will star in season two of the Manhunt anthology series, Spectrum OriginalsManhunt: Lone Wolf. Season one, Manhunt: Unabomber aired on Discovery Channel…Geena Davis will recur on season three of Netflix comedy GLOW, as the entertainment director of the Fan-tan Hotel and Casino…Imelda Staunton (Maleficent), Francesca Annis (Home Fires), Russell Tovey (Quantico) and Stephen Rea (Dickensian) have begun filming Flesh and Blood, ITV’s four-part drama…Matt Letscher (The Flash) will recur as William Randolph Hearst in TNT’s The Angel of Darkness.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Up against the Stanley Cup on NBC, the season finale of Showtime’s billions and the season premiere of HBO’s Big Little Lies, CBS’s presentation of the Tony Awards on Sunday averaged an all-time low 5.46 million viewers, down 14% from last year, and an 0.8 rating among A18-49.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV’s Good Bones delivered a .75 live plus three-day rating among P25-54 on Tuesday, June 4, a 32% ratings increase in the demo over the prior six weeks. The episode, which attracted more than 3.3 million total viewers, rated as a top 5 cable program in the 9-10ptimeslot among upscale P25-54 and upscale W25-54.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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