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FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 11/2/22)
DISNEY+: Donna Hay Christmas (Premiere)
FUSE: Upcycle Nation (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: Killer Sally (Premiere)
NETFLIX: The Final Score (Premiere)
FOOD NETWORK: Guy’s Ultimate Game Night (Finale) at 9pm

Nextstar laid off 30-40 employees at The CW on Tuesday, part of an overhaul in the wake of Nextstar’s majority acquisition of the network. Other changes since the deal closed October 3 was the exit of CEO Mark Pedowitz, and the cancellation of scripted series including “DC’s Stargirl” and “Nancy Drew.”
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Verified Twitter users are going to have to pay up for their blue checkmarks – but apparently not as much as they might have. “Twitter’s current lords & peasants system for who has or doesn’t have a blue checkmark is bull***t. Power to the people! Blue for $8/month,” posted Musk on Tuesday. This came following outrage over reports that Twitter was going to charge verified users $20/month. (“If that gets instituted, I’m gone like Enron!” posted author Stephen King.) Musk said features that will roll out with the new plan include fewer ads, priority in replies, mentions and search, and the ability to post longer videos than the current limit.
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“Dangerous Liaisons” is headed for a sophomore run at Starz, ahead of its season one premiere on November 6. “‘Dangerous Liaisons’ is addictive, provocative and beautifully rendered,” said Kathryn Busby, President, Original Programming at STARZ. “This prelude to the famed 18th century novel illuminates pre-revolution Paris at its most decadent. We are confident that by the end of season one viewers will be craving more scheming and seduction.”
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Don’t forget to give Santa the QR code: Disney+ is testing a new way to strengthen its engagement with subscribers – give them first dibs on merch on shopDisney. For a limited time, Disney+ subscribers can scan QR codes to purchase items before the general public. “Special access to this curated collection of merchandise for the upcoming holiday season is the latest example of the many ways we experiment with how to improve the user experience on Disney+, which includes enhancing the benefits of being a subscriber,” said Alisa Bowen, President of Disney+.
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 Netflix is diving deeper into natural history content, with orders for six series in the genre. “Our Universe” (premiering November 22) and “Life on Our Planet” will be narrated by Morgan Freeman, and David Attenborough’s “Our Planet” has been renewed for a second season, alongside orders for “Our Oceans,” “Our Living World” and “Our Water World.”
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ABC has greenlit unscripted comedy series “The Prank Panel,” with Johnny Knoxville (“Jackass”), Eric André (“The Eric André Show”) and Gabourey Sidibe (“Precious”) serving as mentors and saboteurs for pranksters. The show is produced by Kimmelot and ITV America; executive producers include Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser; Jimmy Kimmel and Scott Lonker for Kimmelot; Knoxville and André; and Jordana Hochman, Bernie Schaeffer, and Vin Rubino for ITV America.
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Skiing champ Lindsey Vonn has inked a first look deal with CBS Studios through her Apres Productions. Vonn and partner Claire Abbe will develop content across platforms.
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Channel 4 has commissioned Angel Eye Media to produce a six-hour series taking a look behind the scenes of the UAE’s oldest real estate brokerage. “Made in Dubai” (wt) follows the bosses and staff at Better Homes, as they use their charm and business savvy to sell opulent abodes.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Station 6 Productions has struck a co-production partnership with the recently formed Timestamp Media, a production company focused on premium factualUnder the deal, Station 6 and Timestamp will develop and produce a slate of originals that leverages their expertise in the history space.
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Prime Video’s “Three Pines” premieres December 2 with two episodes.The drama, adapted from Louise Penny’s Chief Inspector Gamache series, stars Alfred Molina (“Spider-Man: No Way Home”).
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Season two of “Your Honor” starts streaming Friday, January 13, with a linear launch January 15 at 9p on Showtime. The first season ranks as Showtime’s top debut season ever.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Paramount+’s “Mayor of Kingstown” is back for season two on Sunday, January 15. The drama follows a family of power brokers in Michigan, where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry.
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In HGTV’s “Flip or Flop: The Final Flip,” exes Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall will take on one last project. Simultaneously, they’ll look back at the important house flipping lessons learned, the craziest issues encountered and the SoCal renovations completed together over 10 seasons of “Flip or Flop.” The special airs Thursday, December 1 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

StormzyGAYLEOneRepublicKalush OrchestraSPINALL, Äyanna and Nasty C have been added to the performance lineup for the “MTV EMAs” 2022. The show will broadcast live from the PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany on Sunday, November 13.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The second game of the World Series drew 10.993 million viewersacross Fox, Fox Deportes and Fox Sports, ranking as the most-watched telecast of the day. On Fox, the broadcast averaged 10.789 million viewers, up 3% over last year and up 17% over 2020.
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CBS Sports scored the most-watched NFL On CBS singleheader of the season, with Sunday’s coverage averaging 16.126 million viewers, up +12% versus last year’s comparable singleheader. Additionally, Paramount+ recorded year-over-year double-digit growth in households, minutes and Average Minute Audience.
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The top three courtroom strips saw syndication’s strongest gains in the week ending October 23, despite competition from MLB playoff games. “Judge Judy” (4.1 Live+SD national Nielsen) was up 8% from the week before, while “Hot Bench” had a new season high of 1.3, up 8%. “People’s Court” rose 14%, to 0.8.
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Across its 14 Nielsen-rated markets, Spectrum News recorded month-over-month viewership growth of 6% in October, averaging over 2.2 million daily viewing households across its linear and digital platforms.
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For the month of October in total day, Fox News delivered 1.5 million viewers, 206,000 among A25-54 demo and 124,000 among A18-49 demo. In primetime, FNC netted 2.3 million viewers, 295,000 in the 25-54 demo and 180,000 in A18-49. The network secured the top 13 programs in cable news with viewers and the top 15 cable news programs in the 25-54 demo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas is the gift that keeps on giving. With three new holiday movies this past weekend, Hallmark Channel was the most-watched entertainment cable network of the week among Households, W18+, W25-54 and Total Viewers.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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