APPLE TV+: Five Days at Memorial (Premiere)
DISCOVERY+: Viagra: The Little Blue Pill That Changed the World (Premiere)
DISNEY: Hamster and Gretel (Premiere) at 9:35pm
FX: Children of the Underground (Premiere) at 8pm
HULU: This Fool (Premiere)
NETFLIX: A Model Family (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Never Have I Ever (Premiere)
PRIME VIDEO: A League of Their Own (Premiere)
PRIME VIDEO: Cosmic Love (Premiere)
REELZ: On Patrol: First Shift (Premiere) at 8pm
THE ROKU CHANNEL: Murder House Flip (Premiere)
STARZ: Evil by Design: Exposing Peter Nygard (Premiere) at 9pm
VH1: RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race (Premiere) at 8pm
PBS: The Great American Recipe (Finale) at 9pm
PBS: Antiques Roadshow Recut (Finale) at 10:30pm

(SATURDAY 8/13/22)
A&E: Move or Improve (Premiere) at 12pm
NICKELODEON: Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Ghost Island (Finale) at 7pm
TLC: Say Yes to the Dress (Finale) at 8pm

(SUNDAY 8/14/22)
AMC: Tales of the Walking Dead (Premiere) at 9pm
Cheddar News: NYC Revealed (Premiere)
Hallmark Channel: Chesapeake Shores (Premiere) at 8pm
ID: Who Killed Biggie and Tupac? (Premiere) at 9p
Starz: Power Book III: Raising Kanan (Premiere) at 9pm
Univision: Domingos en Familia (Premiere) at 8pm
HBO: Westworld (Finale) at 9pm
HBO: The Anarchists (Finale) at 10p
PBS: Grantchester on Masterpiece (Finale) at 9pm
PBS: COBRA (Finale) at 10pm
STARZ: P-Valley (Finale) at 10pm

Wanda Sykes is hosting syndicated clip show series, “Ring Nation,”featuring videos taken from Ring doorbells and smart home cameras. The series from MGM, Big Fish Entertainment and Ring – all owned by Amazon – launches September 26.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In addition to $450,000 in unpaid residuals awarded to “Bird Box” screenwriter Eric Heisserer, arbitration between the WGA and Netflix will lead to an additional $42 million in payments to writers on 139 other Netflix theatrical films, said the guild. The arbitrator found Netflix was in violation of the WGA’s contract for using an “improper” formula for determining residuals.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A+E Networks is partnering with Opendoor, a digital platform for residential real estate, for a creative integration in the premiere season of A&E’s “Move or Improve.” In each weekly episode, couples will use the Opendoor app or to surface potential new homes when considering selling their current one. “Current trends in both the housing market and consumption of home genre content make this the perfect time to bring Opendoor’s message to our audiences,” said David DeSocio, EVP Ad Sales Marketing & Partnerships, A+E Networks. “This strategic and serendipitous integration enabled us to tell compelling and organic stories that are relatable and helpful to so many viewers.” “Move or Improve” debuts on A&E’s lifestyle programming block on August 13 at 12p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

FOX News Channel has named Shannon Bream to helm “FOX News Sunday” beginning September 11. Bream – the first woman to anchor the program in its 26-year history – will continue as the network’s chief legal correspondent. A rotation of journalists will guest anchor “FOX News @ Night” until a permanent replacement is named.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime movie “The Girls in Room 13” is still slated to premiere next month, despite the hospitalization of Anne Heche, one of the film’s stars, after a car crash last week. “This project is important to Anne, along with each and every one of us,” said Amy Winter, EVP and Head of Programming at Lifetime, who requested reporters refrain from asking about Heche’s health during a panel at the TCA virtual press tour. “We all sought to make a film that would bring attention to this appalling issue of human sex trafficking. We hope that this film reached you and that you are just as inspired as Anne was to help us with our mission to stop violence against women.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Television Academy announced the Emmy winners in juried categories for Animation, Costume, Hairstyling, Makeup and Motion Design. Juried categories are evaluated by peer groups in open discussions. Animation awards were won by Netflix’s “Arcane,” “The House” and “Love, Death + Robots”; HBO’s “We’re Here” won for Outstanding Costumes, and shared the Makeup award with HBO’s “Legendary”; NBC’s “Annie Live!” won for Hairstyling; and Apple TV+’s “Home Before Dark” won for Motion Design. The awards will be presented at the 2022 Creative Arts Emmys on September 3 and 4.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime announced two new Ripped from the Headlines movies, “Let’s Get Physical” and “The Disappearance of Cari Farver” from executive producers Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, under their Milojo Productions banner as part of the previously announced partnership with Lifetime. “Let’s Get Physical” stars and is also executive produced by Jenna Dewan via her Everheart Productions with Kyle McNally, and features Jennifer Irwin and Michael Consuelos. “The Disappearance of Cari Farver” stars Lea Thompson, Zach Gilford and Alicia Witt. Both films will debut this October on Lifetime.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime is also gearing up for the holidays, with two new movies for the net’s 2022 It’s a Wonderful Lifetime slate. Rita Moreno will star in “Santa Bootcamp” along with Marissa Jaret Winokur (“Hairspray”), Emily Kinney (“The Walking Dead”) and Justin Gaston (“Nashville Star”). The film is directed by Melissa Joan Hart, who starred with Winokur in the network’s 2018 “A Very Nutty Christmas.” Sarah Drew (“Grey’s Anatomy”) will serve as star, executive producer and writer of “Reindeer Games Homecoming,” reuniting with “Grey’s” alum Justin Breuning for the project.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Warner Bros. Television Group has signed an overall deal with “Abbott Elementary” creator Quinta Brunson. Under the terms of the deal, Brunson will continue to serve as executive producer, writer, and star of ABC’s freshman hit. “Quinta Brunson is a tour de force and a powerhouse talent, and we are beyond thrilled to be continuing our partnership with her through this new overall deal,” said Channing Dungey, Warner Bros. Television Group Chairman. “What Quinta and her ‘Abbott Elementary’ team have achieved in the first season is just extraordinary.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Grantchester” has been renewed for season eight by PBS Masterpiece and ITV. “A series that just gets better with age,” said lead actor Robson Greene of his TV home. “Everyone involved is at the top of their game and this incredibly charming, likeable, dark and edgy show is an absolute privilege to be part of.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Apple TV+ ordered a third season of dramedy “Physical,” starring Rose Byrne as a bulimic housewife-turned-aerobics star.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also renewed for a third season is Starz’ “Power Book III: Raising Kanan.” The drama’s second season kicks off August 14.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Electric Entertainment has closed a $100 million loan credit facility with Bank of America. The five-year agreement will be initially used for Electric’s production slate that includes “Leverage: Redemption,” “The Ark,” and “Almost Paradise,” among other programs. “With the advent and continuation of the streaming industry’s growth, we have been lucky to continue to do what we do best – create original scripted programs that audiences love,” said Dean Devlin, CEO of Electric Entertainment. “With not only our broadcast, but now our streaming channel and platform partners, our content is in higher demand as our distribution expansion has become far-reaching.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lauren Ambrose (“Six Feet Under”) has joined the season two cast of Showtime’s “Yellowjackets” in a series regular role as the adult version of Van. Liv Hewson, who plays the teen version of Van, has been upped to series regular.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Kane Brown will make his “VMAs” debut from the Toyota Stage with a first-time TV performance of “Grand,” a single from his third album. Toyota’s fourth year as exclusive sponsor of “VMAs” remote performances will include Mixed Reality Technology, powered by The Famous Group (NFL Wild Card Slime Game on Nickelodeon). The show airs Sunday, August 28 on MTV.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Starting August 18, Disney+ original movie “Rise” will stream across Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for a limited time. The film is based on the real-life story of the family that gave the world the first trio of brothers to become NBA champions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“The Gabby Petito Story” is set to premiere Saturday, October 1 at 8p on Lifetime. Skyler Samuels (“Scream Queens”) stars as Gabby Petito and Evan Hall (“Orange Is the New Black”) as her killer, Brian Laundrie. Timed to the one-year disappearance of Petito, the movie is part of Lifetime’s Stop Violence Against Womenpublic affairs initiative.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Cinderella: The Reunion, A Special Edition of 20/20” will air Tuesday, August 23 at 8p on ABC. The 25th Anniversary celebration of “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” will feature cast members Brandy, Whoopi Goldberg, Paolo Montalban, Victor Garber, Bernadette Peters, Jason Alexander and Veanne Cox, and be followed by a presentation of the film for the first time on broadcast television in more than two decades.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO Original documentary film “Escape From Kabul,” directed by Jamie Roberts (“Four Hours at the Capitol”) and executive produced by Dan Reed (“Leaving Neverland” and “Four Hours at the Capitol”), debuts Wednesday, September 21 at 9p on HBO.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Shudder kicks off its annual 61-day Halloween event beginning Thursday, September 1, this year featuring a lineup of new films and new original series, along with other treats. “Halloween is the best time of year on Shudder, and this Halloween, we’re featuring the best lineup of programming in our history,” said Shudder General Manager Craig Engler. “We have 11 original and exclusive movie premieres, including a new film from horror master Dario Argento, a Halloween special from superstar host Joe Bob Briggs, and three new series — from Bryan Fuller, The Boulet Brothers, and the producers of Eli Roth’s History of Horror.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The American Film Institute’s AFI Awards 2022 honorees-only event will take place on Friday, January 13, 2023, at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles. The awards celebrate film and television arts’ collaborative nature, recognizing those in front of and behind the camera. Submissions and deadlines will be announced in the coming weeks.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season three of TLC’s “The Single Life” kicks off Monday, September 12 at 8p. The reality series follows alums of the “90 Day” franchise who are re-entering the dating scene.
(Source: Cynopsis)

New 10-part series “Edge of the Unknown with Jimmy Chin” offers a look at how elite adventure athletes prepare for high-stakes endeavors, starting Monday, September 5 at 9:30p on National Geographic.
(Source: Cynopsis)

NBC’s “Capital One College Bowl” kicks off its sophomore season with back-to-back episodes on Friday, September 9 at 8p. Peyton Manning and Cooper Manning host as the colleges and universities face off in the ultimate battle of brains.
(Source: Cynopsis)

New HGTV series “Renovation Impossible” premieres Thursday, September 8 at 9p, as Russell J. Holmes (“Garage Rehab,” “Fast N’ Loud”) salvages projects hampered by homeowner’s unrealistic expectations and opposing design visions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A new primetime programming block for Unimas launches on Monday, August 22 at 7p with “¡Sientese Quien Pueda!”, a one-hour entertainment show hosted by Julián Gil. Gil will be joined by a panel of experts including Colombian journalist Lucho Borrego, Mexican reporter and on-air personality Karla Gómez, Ecuadorian presenter Alejandra Jaramillo, Spanish reporter Álex Rodríguez, and Venezuelan singer-songwriter and actress Liliana Rodríguez.
(Source: Cynopsis)

REELZ announced that 6.8 million unique viewers have watched “On Patrol: Live” with an average viewing time of 270 minutes for more than 1.8 billion total viewing minutes across 27 telecasts since the July 22 series premiere. REELZ has been the most watched cable network among adults 25-54 and 18-49 on every Friday and Saturday night that the show has aired.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Mack & Rita – Diane Keaton, Elizabeth Lail, Taylour Paige, Loretta Devine, Dustin Milligan, Simon Rex, Martin Short, Wendie Malick, Amy Hill, Lois Smith, Patti Harrison, Nicole Byer
Emily The Criminal (Limited Release) – Aubrey Plaza, Theo Rossi, Bernardo Badillo, Gina Gershon, Jonathan Avigdori, Kim Yarbrough,
Fall (Limited Release) – Grace Caroline Currey, Virginia Gardner, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Mason Gooding, Jasper Cole, Darrell Dennis, Julia Pace Mitchell



2022 HARLEM WEEK – 8/12/22 – 8/21/22

Today’s Jackpot is $65 million.

You can now play in 43 states plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Saturday’s Jackpot is $48 million

Powerball is played in 43 states.

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