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FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 8/3/22)
HULU: Reservation Dogs (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99 (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Good Morning, Veronica (Premiere)
PBS: The Green Planet (Finale) at 8pm

Showtime has canceled anthology series “The First Lady,” which focused on the stories of Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama. “Showtime can confirm that the anthology series ‘The First Lady’ will not be moving forward with another season,” said a network. “We would like to applaud the artistry and commitment of our showrunner Cathy Schulman, director Susanne Bier, their fellow executive producers, our amazing cast — led by executive producer Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson — and our studio partner Lionsgate for their dedicated work in telling the unique stories of three remarkable leaders.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV ordered a new, 12-episode season of “100 Day Dream Home,”slated to premiere in spring 2023. During its most recent season, the series attracted more than 18.1 million viewers and ranked as a top 3 non-news/sports cable premiere among upscale P25-54 and upscale W25-54 and as a top 5 non-news/sports cable premiere among P25-54 and W25-54.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Alma’s Way” has been picked up for a second season on PBS Kids.The animated series aimed at viewers 4-6 centers on a young Puerto Rican girl living in the Bronx.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hannah Simone (“New Girl”) has joined upcoming ABC comedy “Not Dead Yet” as a series regular.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Alex Wagner’s MSNBC program, premiering Tuesday, August 16 at 9p, has a name: “Alex Wagner Tonight.” The show will air Tuesday-Friday, with “The Rachel Maddow Show” continuing weekly on Mondays. It’s Wagner’s second stint at MSNBC – she hosted “Now With Alex Wagner” from 2011 until its cancellation in 2015.
(Source: Cynopsis)

After recently celebrating 30 years with ESPN, Linda Cohn inked a new, multiyear deal to remain with the network as an anchor for SportsCenter in addition to being a contributor to ESPN’s coverage of the NHL. “Linda has had an amazing career at ESPN and she continues to serve our fans after 30 years on the air,” said Norby Williamson, ESPN Executive Editor & Head of Event & Studio Production.
(Source: Cynopsis)

NBC Sports’ coverage of the NASCAR/INDYCAR crossover weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on NBC saw gains for both series. Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series coverage on NBC averaged a Total Audience Delivery of 3.402 million viewers, up 18% vs. the same race in 2021. Through six races, NBC Sports’ 2022 NASCAR Cup Series viewership is up 6% vs. 2021, averaging a TAD of 2.653 million viewers. Saturday’s NTT INDYCAR Series race coverage on NBC averaged a TAD of 1.070 million viewers, up 105% vs. last year’s race coverage on NBCSN.
(Source: Cynopsis)

EPIX announced the return of NFL Icons. Season Two of the eight-episode docuseries premieres Sept. 10 at 10p with an hour-long biography of NFL coaching and broadcasting legend John Madden. Rich Eisen narrates the series, with other subjects set to include Walter Payton (Sept. 17), Jimmy Johnson (Sept. 24), Steve Young (Oct. 1), Ray Lewis (Oct. 8), Troy Aikman (Oct. 15), Cris Carter (Oct. 22), and Tony Dungy (Oct. 29).
(Source: Cynopsis)

The XFL and Ticketmaster locked in a new, multi-year partnershipmaking Ticketmaster the Official Ticketing Partner of the XFL. All 43 games of the XFL season (40 regular season games, two playoffs, one championship) across the League’s eight team markets will be ticketed by the company.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In July, a month of extreme weather events, more than 2.3 million daily viewing households turned to Spectrum News. The Spectrum News App celebrated its second anniversary in July by surpassing 2.25 million downloads. In the two years since the app launched, users have spent more than 170 million minutes in the platform, including a total of 28.5 million minutes watching the live streams of Spectrum News’ linear channels.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Despite a week of encores, “Dr Phil” hit a five-week high 1.5 Live+SD national Nielsen rating the week of July 18, up 7% from the week before. “The Kelly Clarkson Show” also scored well with repeats, jumping 14% to 0.8. “Inside Edition” rose 5% to 2.1, while “Entertainment Tonight” was up 6%, at 1.9.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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