COMEDY: Bill Burr Presents: The Ringers (Premiere) at 11pm
DISNEY: The Owl House (Premiere) at 8:50pm
NBC: Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector(Premiere) at 8pm
REELZ: How To Survive A Murder (Premiere) at 9pm

(SATURDAY 1/11/20)
ANIMAL PLANET: The Vet Life (Premiere) at 10pm
CARTOON: Total Dramarama (Premiere) at 9am
OWN: Family or Fiancé (Premiere) at 9pm

(SUNDAY 1/12/20)
DIY: Building Alaska (Premiere) at 9pm
HBO: The Outsider (Premiere) at 9pm
ME TV: Collector’s Call (Premiere) at 9:30pm
PBS: Howard’s End on Masterpiece (Premiere) at 8pm
PBS: Sanditon (Premiere) at 9pm
FOX: Bless The Harts (Finale) at 10:30pm

American Horror Story will continue to terrorize viewers through Season 13, with a renewal for three more runs. “Ryan [Murphy] and Brad [Falchuk] are the undisputed masters of horror TV, having created the anthological limited series with American Horror Story and sustaining its success for nearly a decade as FX’s highest-rated series,” said John Landgraf, Chairman, FX Productions and FX Networks. “We are grateful to them and Dana Walden and our studio partners for committing to another three years.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

In other “Horror Story” news, Sarah Paulson will be back for Season 10. Although the actress doesn’t have any details on the anthology series’ theme or who she’ll be playing, when she asked at Winter TCA if she’d be a series regular, she responded, “I should hope so.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

FX Networks announced midseason premiere dates for its new and returning FX, FXX, and FX on Hulu series at the TCA Winter Press Tour in Pasadena on Thursday.
– Breeders: Monday, March 2 at 10p on FX; – Tuesday, March 3 on FX on Hulu
– Dave: Wednesday, March 4 at 10p on FXX; Thursday, March 5 on FX on Hulu
– Devs: Thursday, March 5 on FX on Hulu
– Better Things: Thursday, March 5 at 10p on FX; Friday, March 6 on FX on Hulu
– Cake: Thursday, March 5 on FXX; Friday, March 6 on FX on Hulu
– The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Friday, March 6 at 10p, Saturday, March 7 on FX on Hulu
– Mrs. America: Wednesday, April 15 on FX on Hulu
– What We Do in the Shadows: Wednesday, April 15 at 10p on FX; Thursday, April 16 on FX on Hulu
– Fargo: Sunday, April 19 at 10p; Monday, April 20 on FX on Hulu
– Archer: Wednesday, May 6 at 10p on FXX; Thursday, May 7 on FX on Hulu
(Source: Cynopsis)

FX’s American Crime Story: Impeachment won’t air before Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, as originally announced. FX Networks Chairman John Landgraf said the postponement is due to creator Ryan Murphy’s “availability and the timing of the production.” Landgraf added that production can’t begin “until March 21 of this year, and we won’t physically be done until October.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Authors Stephen King and Don Winslow promised to donate a total of $200,00 to St. Jude’s charity, if White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham holds a one-hour press briefing in the White House briefing room. The last briefing was on March 11 and was held by Grisham’s predecessor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Both King and Winslow have been critics of President Donald Trump.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Game of Thrones alum Charles Dance has been tapped to narrate Netflix’s Rise of Empires: Ottoman, reports Deadline. Formerly titled Ottoman Rising, the docu-drama telling the story of Mehmed the Conqueror drops January 24.
(Source: Cynopsis)

John Ridley (12 Years A Slave, GUERRILLA) is joining the untitled musical drama series at Showtime as executive producer, writer and director. Project centers on an emotionally complex family that spans generations and threatens the fabric of the community in present day Milwaukee. Alicia Keys serves as EP along with Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, who will also contribute music.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO is in negotiations for a limited series based on Bong Joon Ho’s feature film Parasite. Bong and Adam McKay will create the TV adaptation, from CJ Entertainment, the studio behind the film, McKay’s Hyperobject Industries, and Dooho Choi’s Kate Street Picture Company.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Synchronicity Films optioned the rights to Craig Russel’s Lennox book series to adapt for television. Set in Glasgow in the 1950s, project is being developed as a returning period crime series and will be written by Robert Murphy (Invisible, DCI Banks, Inspector George Gently).
(Source: Cynopsis)

A+E Networks and OZY Media stuck a strategic first-look production deal that encompasses multiple projects per year across multiple platforms. It includes original series based on stories OZY Media has uncovered and could also include live events and podcasts.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Imperative Entertainments podcast division and Broken Harts creator Justine Harman are collaborating on The Baron of Botox. The new, 10-part weekly series centers on Dr. Fredric Brandt, “dermatologist to the stars,” following his rise from a small dermatology practice in Miami to being Madonna’s personal skincare consultant.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Oxygen debuts Up and Vanished on Saturday, February 15 at 7p. Based on the Payne Lindsey podcast, series features Lindsey and his investigative team searching for answers to help the families of missing individuals gain a sense of closure.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Soup is heating up at E! The comedy franchise returns with new host Jade Catta-Preta on Wednesday, February 12 at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Antenna TV celebrates the 45th anniversary of Barney Miller with a 45-episode marathon on the date of the classic sitcom’s premiere, Thursday, January 23.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Oprah Winfrey guests on Tamron Hall on Monday, January 12 to discuss her personal journey to wellness and mission to promote health, transformation and triumph. Check local listings for time.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Urban One Honors premieres Monday, January 20 at 8p on TV One. Co-hosted by Urban One Founder and Chairwoman Cathy Hughes and actor Chris Tucker, the event celebrates the 40-year legacy of Radio One and honors talent in film, television and music. In addition to the telecast, TV One will air Represent: 40 Years of Nurturing Change with Cathy Hughes, sponsored by Lexus, immediately preceding the show at 7p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nominees for the 51st NAACP Awards were announced on Thursday. Netflix led the TV category with 30 mentions, with series When They See Us receiving nine noms. The streamer also garnered 12 motion picture category nominations, with Dolemite Is My Name receiving seven. Universal topped in motion picture categories with 15 noms, led by Us and Queen & Slim. Two-hour live televised ceremony airs Sunday, February 2 at 8p on BET.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Judd Apatow is returning to host the 72nd annual DGA Awards, a job he last took in 2018, while Don Mischer will serve as Awards Chair for the third year in a row. Ceremony takes place Saturday, January 25 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Los Angeles.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir will receive the RTDNF First Amendment Award, presented to a radio or television journalist or news executive who has made a major contribution to the protection of First Amendment freedoms.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The American Society of Cinematographers is awarding Werner Herzog with its Board of Governors Award. The tribute will be made at the 34 the Annual ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement on January 25 at Hollywood & Highland’s Ray Dolby Ballroom.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The series premiere of was A&E’s America’s Top Dog was the network’s best non-crime launch in over three years in Total Viewers (1.2 Million) and A25-54 (507,000).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bravo achieved its highest ranking ever in 2019 as the #4 cable entertainment network among both P18-49 and P25-54. The network is up two spots, from #6 in 2018.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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