APPLE TV+: Slumberkins (Premiere)
DISNEY+: Marvel Studios Legends (Premiere)
NBC: Lopez vs. Lopez at 8p; Young Rock (Premiere) at 8:30pm
NETFLIX: Buying Beverly Hills (Premiere)
NETFLIX: The Fabulous (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Lookism (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Manifest (Premiere)
PRIME VIDEO: El Presidente
VIX+: Mujeres Asesinas
SHOWTIME: The Lincoln Project (Finale) at 8pm

(SATURDAY 11/5/22)
TCM: Musical Matinee (Premiere) at 12pm
TRAVEL CHANNEL: Jack Osbourne’s Haunted Homecoming (Premiere) at 9pm
THE WEATHER CHANNEL: Uncharted Adventure (Premiere) at 9pm
NBC: Saturday Night Live – Host: Amy Schumer, Musical Guest: Steve Lacy at 11:30pm
HGTV: Help! I Wrecked My House (Finale) at 9pm

(SUNDAY 11/6/22)
BBC AMERICA: Mood (Premiere) at 8pm
BRAVO: Family Karma (Premiere) at 9pm
FOOD NETWORK: Christmas Cookie Challenge (Premiere) at 8pm
OXYGEN: Sleeping With Death (Premiere) at 7pm
SHOWTIME: Spector (Premiere) at 9pm
SMITHSONIAN: Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League (Premiere)
STARZ: Dangerous Liaisons (Premiere) at 9pm

ABC, CBS and NBC are preempting their primetime schedules on Tuesday, November 8 to cover the midterm elections. Fox will air “The Resident” and “Monarch” as regularly scheduled, with election updates from local stations, and The CW will air repeats.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CNBC has canceled “The News with Shepard Smith.” “The quality journalism Shep and his team delivered each weeknight was exemplary and not lost on us or our 7 p.m. audience,” wrote CNBC President KC Sullivan in a memo to employees, explaining that the networks needs to “prioritize and focus on our core strengths of business news and personal finance.” A new evening hour devoted to business news is expected in 2023. Shepard, who made the high-profile jump from Fox News to CNBC in 2020, will exit the network with the final episode later this month.
(Source: Cynopsis)

David Letterman has interviewed Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky for a special standalone episode of Netflix’s “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.” Letterman traveled to Kyiv for the interview, which is set to premiere later this year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Difficult decisions were made at Sony Pictures Television, with Glenn Adilman and Scott Landsman, EVP and SVP of comedy development, among senior executives let go. “I realize these changes will be an adjustment for many of you; change is never easy. But it is essential that we remain agile and flexible in order to maximize new opportunities as our industry continues to evolve,” wrote new studio president Katherine Pope in a note to staff. “There has been immense change in our business over the last few years, and I know this flexibility will serve us well in the future.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Sky and Peacock have ordered a series inspired by Frederick Forsyth’s thriller The Day of The Jackal and its 1973 film adaptation from Universal Pictures. While remaining true to the DNA of the original IP, the drama will delve deeper into the anti-hero at the center of the story. The series will be produced by Carnival Films, which is part of Universal International Studios, in association with Sky Studios. Irish screenwriter Ronan Bennett is attached to write and showrun.
(Source: Cynopsis)

WildBrain has signed an overall first look deal with Bonnie Arnold(“How to Train Your Dragon”), who will spearhead episodic projects, TV specials and features. Initial projects include Which Way to Anywhere, the latest novel from Cressida Cowell, as well as Cowell’s Emily Brown picture books. WildBrain has exclusively optioned both properties from Cowell.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Adam Kassen (“Cold Justice”) and Liz Yale Marsh (“Little Richard: I Am Everything”) inked exclusive overall deals with Universal Television Alternative Studio. “We are excited to partner with two of the best in the business, Adam and Liz, to build, diversify and propel our premium slate,” said Toby Gorman, President, UTAS. “It’s been thrilling to make dreams come true with our game shows and competition programs, and we’re putting that same level of passion into these additional unscripted spaces.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lineup Industries has scored a US commission from Game Show Network for trivia game show “Switch. The first season of the half-hour original series will premiere in nearly 2023, produced by DIGA Studios with actor Jeff Hephner (“For All Mankind”) signed on to host.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Casting notes: Bellamy Young and Eric McCormack have joined the cast of Hulu’s “The Other Black Girl” as series regulars… The voice cast for animated holiday special “Reindeer in Here” includes Adam Devine, Jim Gaffigan, Melissa Villasenor, Henry Winkler, Candace Cameron Bure, Donald Faison, Jo Koy, Gabriel Bateman and Brooke Monroe Conaway. The special premieres Tuesday, November 29 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Two January premieres at Freeform: “grown-ish” kicks off the second half of it fifth season on Wednesday, January 18 at 10:30p. Newcomer “The Watchful Eye” arrives Monday, January 30 at 9p with a double episode premiere; the drama follows a woman working as a nanny for a family in a building with deadly secrets.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO late-nighter “Game Theory with Bomani Jones” is back for a second season on a new night, starting Friday, January 20 at 11p. Its former timeslot was Sundays.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A new season of HGTV’s “Home Town” kicks off Sunday, December 4 at 8p. The series attracted 26 million viewers last season.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hulu’s “Reasonable Doubt” will make its broadcast television debut on ABC with a special airing of its premiere episode on Thursday, November 10 at 10pProduced by ABC Signature with all-Black writing staff, it’s the first scripted series from Onyx Collective.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The 2023 “CMT Music Awards” will air Sunday April 2 at 8p on CBS, live for the first time from Austin’s Moody Center.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Meanwhile, a slew of presenters were announced for “The 56th Annual CMA Awards.” Among the non-country artists featured will be Los Angeles Dodgers Star Mookie Betts; actress Jessica Chastain; Sarah Drew (“Amber Brown”); “Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser; and Rex Linn (“Young Sheldon”). The show airs on ABC Wednesday, November 9 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Ryan Reynolds will be honored with the People’s Icon award at the 2022 “People’s Choice Awards,” airing Sunday, December 6 at 9p on NBC and E!.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Spectrum is saluting the troops on Veteran’s Day with movies available on the Spectrum On Demand portal under the category For the Troops from November 8-14. Films include “American Sniper,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “A Private War” and more.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Oxygen and CrimeCon are teaming for CrimeCon: Give-Back-a-Thon, a livestream event hosted by true-crime investigative journalist Stephanie Bauer. The live auction will open on November 25 at 8p, with items remaining open for bidding through Giving Tuesday, November 29.
(Source: Cynopsis)

All 15 NBA games on Monday, November 7 will be available for free on the new NBA App. All 30 NBA teams will be in action with games starting at 7p with the Washington Wizards vs. Charlotte Hornets and all subsequent matchups tipping off 15 minutes apart.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Live+SD viewership of Fox’s “Call Me Kat” jumped 28% for the episode following the fatal car crash of cast member Leslie Jordan. Jordan was in the middle of production on the comedy’s third season when he died at age 67.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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