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FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 7/14/21)
A&E: Court Cam (Premiere) at 9pm
ID: American Detective With Lt. Joe Kenda (Premiere) at 9p
NETFLIX: My Unorthodox Life (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Heist (Premiere)
TLC: Dr. Pimple Popper (Premiere) at 9pm
YOUTUBE: How to Olympics (Premiere)

Nominees for the Primetime Emmys were announced Tuesday morning. Among the highlights: “Lovecraft Country,” canceled by HBO after one season, landed 18 nods, including Outstanding Drama and Actor (Jonathan Majors)…Apple TV+ comedy “Ted Lasso” is the most-nominated freshman comedy ever, with 20 nods…Netflix’s “The Crown” and Disney+’s “The Mandalorian” were the shows collecting the most nominations, with 24 each, while among networks/platforms, HBO/HBO Max was the leader with 130 noms, squeaking by Netflix’s 129 (cue the complaints from Netflix for the TV Academy combining HBO and its streamer). NBC earned the most nominations for a broadcast network, with 46…”SNL” cast member Bowen Yang is the first Chinese American actor to receive nomination…A record 49 nominees were non-White, beating last year’s record of 42. The Emmy Awards air live Sunday, September 19 on CBS and Paramount+.
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MyNetworkTV’s fall slate is heating up, with the addition of “Chicago Fire.” The procedural is set to air Tuesdays at 9p and 10p. “Adding an additional Dick Wolf hit like ‘Chicago Fire’ to the lineup is a no-brainer,” said Frank Cicha, EVP of Programming for Fox Television Stations. “We’re happy MyNetworkTV will continue to provide broadcast stations a block of big budget, franchise programming each weeknight — with a more favorable ad inventory split than any other network.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

CNN will hold a town hall with President Biden on Wednesday, July 21 at 8p. It’s the news net’s second since Biden took office. Don Lemon will moderate.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Amazon has ordered “Mammals,” a comedy/drama starring “The Late Late Show” host James Corden and Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water”). Street Hassle and Vertigo Films are producing.
(Source: Cynopsis)

OUTtv has greenlit “Iconic Justice” and “Hot Haus” from Daddy TV, “Dating Unlocked” from Border2Border Entertainment, and “Ruckus in Dutchess” from Charles Plummer Productions. “Cam Boy” from Emotion Pictures and “Wigs in a Blanket” from Producers Entertainment Group return to the LGBTQ+ net for a second season.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV’s “Breaking Bland,” featuring a designer who helps clients express their individuality, launches Wednesday, August 4 at 9p. “My goal is to showcase each client’s personality while also encouraging them to take some bold risks,” said Mary Welch. “I want to help them embrace their fun, weird sides in the best way possible.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The midseason two premiere of “Tyler Perry’s The Oval” airs Tuesday, July 20 at 9p on BET and BET Her. Joining the cast as series regulars are Kaye Singleton (“Don’t Waste Your Pretty”) and Russell Thomas (“Jane the Virgin”). Nick Barrotta has been upped from recurring to series regular.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The second season of “Dinette” debuts on Bric TV on Friday, September 24. The gender-swapping digital series comedy is produced by Bric Arts Media.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Global Citizen Live,” a 24-hour live broadcast filmed across six continents, will air Saturday, September 25 across ABC, ABC News Live, BBC, FX, iHeartRadio, Hulu, YouTube, Twitter and more. Artists, activists and world leaders will take the stage to with the goal of helping defend the planet and defeat poverty.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Jordin Sparks (“Sparkle”) will star in and executive produce Hallmark Channel film “A Christmas Treasure,” part of the net’s Countdown to Christmas programming stunt. Michael Xavier (“Christmas Comes Twice”) will co-star.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Google was slapped with a $592 million fine for failing to negotiate in good faith with French publishers and news agencies regarding compensation for their content. Google had been ordered in April 2020 to hold talks within three months with companies about compensation. “When the authority imposes injunctions on companies, they are required to apply them scrupulously, respecting their letter and their spirit,” said Isabelle de Silva, head of the French watchdog agency. “In the present case, this was unfortunately not the case.” The agency threatened additional fines of $1 million per day if Google fails to produce proposals within two months.
(Source: Cynopsis)

9 Story Brands has teamed with brand extension company Retail Monster. The partnership will kick off with the creation of retail programs for “Karma’s World,” 9 Story and Karma’s World Entertainment’s upcoming show from Chris “Ludacris” Bridges set to premiere on Netflix later this year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Kids animation studio Videogyan is teaming with VlogBox to distribute their content through multiple CTV platforms. For the initial phase of the partnership, VlogBox has developed Videogyan Kids channel on the Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV streaming platforms. VlogBox will additionally handle maintenance, set up, and support for all upcoming applications.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Moonbug Entertainment has expanded its library on Netflix to include “CoComelon” and “Little Baby Bum.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

APC Kids has secured a deal with WarnerMedia for its 3D CGI animated comedy series “Roger,” including exclusive pay TV rights and non-exclusive non-linear rights in South East Asia, Taiwan and Australia for WarnerMedia Kids brands.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The nail-biter UEFA Euro final on Sunday was the most-watched Euro match ever in the US, with 6.49 million viewers on ESPN. The game was up 43% from the last event, in 2016.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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