ACORN TV: Queens of Mystery (Premiere)
DISCOVERY: Street Outlaws: OKC (Premiere) at 8pm
DISCOVERY: Street Outlaws: Farmtruck and AZN (Premiere) at 10pm
MAGNOLIA NETWORK: The French Chef (Premiere) at 7am
NETFLIX: Undercover (Premiere)
NEWSY: The Why (Premiere) at 10pm
TLC: Darcey & Stacey (Premiere) at 8pm
TLC: David & Annie: After the 90 Days (Premiere) at 9pm
TLC: Loren & Alexi: After the 90 Days (Premiere) at 9:37pm 
VICE: Black Market With Michael K. Williams (Premiere) at 10pm

Renovation series “Home Work” has been yanked from just-launched cable net Magnolia Network. The move follows allegations of shoddy work, unsafe conditions, soaring budgets and lack of communication by former clients of Utah-based hosts Andy and Candis Meredith. “Magnolia Network is aware that certain homeowners have expressed concerns about renovation projects undertaken by Candis and Andy Meredith. Within the last few days, we have learned additional information about the scope of these issues, and we have decided to remove ‘Home Work’ from the Magnolia Network line up pending a review of the claims that have been made,” said network President Allison Page. “Home Work” debuted in July on discovery+, with Magnolia’s digital launch. Responded the Merediths to client complaints, “We can only say that there are two sides to every story.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Amid soaring Covid-19 cases, NATPE has canceled its 2022 in-person conference, which had been scheduled to take place in Miami January 18-20. “Although this decision from a financial point of view will cost the organization a great deal of money, that was secondary to our primary concern, which is to put the welfare of our members first,” said JP Bommel, NATPE President and CEO. “We put a great deal of safety protocols in place, but it is just not enough given the intensity of this virus.” NATPE is in the process of developing a plan to create both virtual and in-person events throughout the year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Prime Video has canceled “I Know What You Did Last Summer” after one season. The YA horror series was a refresh of the 1973 novel and 1997 slasher film.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Disney and Pixar’s “Turning Red” will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on Friday, March 11, rather than debut in theaters. “Given the delayed box office recovery, particularly for family films, flexibility remains at the core of our distribution decisions,” said Kareem Daniel, Chairman, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. In international markets where Disney+ is not yet available, the film will be released theatrically.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A female-driven reimagining of 1955-56 sitcom “The Honeymooners” is in development at CBS. The project comes from Two Shakes Entertainment and CBS Studios, with EPs Lindsey Shockley (“Mixed-ish”) writing and Kelly Park (“Country Comfort”) directing.
(Source: Cynopsis)

PBS Masterpiece and UK’s Channel 5 have ordered seasons three and four of “All Creatures Great and Small.” The hit reboot from Playground (“Wolf Hall”) drew 10 million US viewers for season one and over 5 million across the pond.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of Syfy’s “Resident Alien” lands Wednesday, January 26 at 9p. The series is based on the Dark Horse comics.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“The Boys” returns to Prime Video with a three-episode season three premiere on Friday, June 3. New episodes will drop Fridays, leading to the season finale July 8.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also headed for a sophomore run is “Animals with Cameras, A Nature Miniseries” on Wednesday, January 19 at 8p on PBS (check local listings). First up is a look under the sea at turtles, seals, sharks and more.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Decades Network remembers Sidney Poitier, who died January 6 at age 94, with an episode of “The Dick Cavett Show” today, January 10 at 9p. Weigel Broadcasting sib Movies! Network will jump in with Poitier’s first credited screen role, “No Way Out,” on Monday, February 7. The network will also air a special Icon-A-Thon presentation of three of the screen legend’s films on Monday, February 28: “No Way Out,” “Edge of the City” and “Blackboard Jungle.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

With Christmas Movies all day every day through Christmas Day, the last week of the year was UPtv’s strongest week of 2021 in HH. Christmas Movies reached 18.4 million P2+ viewers during the holiday season, with viewership year-over-year up in HH (+30%), W35-64 (+29%) and P35-64 (+25%).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nearly 5 million total viewers tuned in on Sunday, January 2, for HGTV’s “Home Town.” The episode delivered a .65 Live+3 rating among P25-54, up 86% from prior six week levels, and a .86 Live+3 rating among W25-54, a 102% increase. It also was the #3 cable premiere among upscale P25-54, upscale W25-54, and upscale households.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Fox News Channel’s coverage on the one-year anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol garnered 1.6 million total viewers and 245,000 among 25-54 in total day. Between the hours of 9-11a, FNC earned 1.6 million viewers and 232,000 in the demo for the remarks by President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Discovery’s “Dirty Jobs,” featuring Mike Rowe, returned after a nearly decade-long hiatus and was a top 10 cable telecast among P25-54 (#9), M25-54 (#7), P18-49 (#10), and M18-49 (#8).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Seven shows in TLC’s juggernaut “90 Day Fiancé” franchise hit or topped 2.0 million viewers in 2021, according to Nielsen Live+7 data, including “Happily Ever After: Tell All” (3.3 million), “90 Day Fiancé: Tell All” (3.2 million), “90 Day Fiancé” (3.1 million), “The Other Way: Tell All” (2.8 million), “Happily Ever After” (2.7 million), “The Other Way” (2.6 million), and “Before the 90 Days” (2.2 million).
(Source: Cynopsis)


Today’s Jackpot is $27 million

Powerball is played in 43 states.

Spider-Man: No Way Home – $33 million
Sing 2 – $12 million
The 355 – $4.8 million
The King’s Man – $3.3 million
American Underdog – $2.4 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)

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