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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 11/16/22)
DISNEY+: Limitless with Chris Hemsworth (Premiere)
DISNEY+: The Santa Clauses (Premiere)
FREEVEE: Leverage: Redemption (Premiere)
HULU: Where Is Private Dulaney? (Premiere)
ID: Murder in the Heartland (Premiere) at 9pm
ID: Murder Under the Friday Night Lights (Premiere) at 10pm
MOTOR TREND+: Shorty’s Dream Shop (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Mind Your Manners (Premiere)
PRIME VIDEO: Hostel Daze (Premiere)
THE ROKU CHANNEL: Martha Cooks (Premiere)
IFC: Documentary Now! (Finale) at 10pm

“Today” correspondent Miguel Almaguer has been suspended as NBC News conducts an internal investigation over reporting by Almaguer that had to be retracted because it “did not meet NBC News reporting standards.” Almaguer had suggested that Nancy Pelosi’s husband had not been in danger from an assailant when police arrived at their home, fueling conspiracy theories about the brutal assault on Paul Pelosi.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lionsgate’s plans to spin off its studio from Starz was also a topic at the RBC conference. “When you have two very different businesses, it’s tough to put a blended multiple on that, trying to show shareholders the value of both sides of the business,” said Lionsgate vice chair Michael Burns. “A separation is the cleanest way to do that.” A deal is expected to be filed with the SEC in March.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime announced four new Ripped from the Headlines movies: How to Murder Your Husband,” starring Cybill Shepherd (“The Client List”) and Steve Guttenberg (“Ballers”) premiering on Saturday, January 14 at 8p; “Bad Behind Bars: Jodi Arias,” following the convict and the havoc she wreaked while in prison, premiering Saturday, January 21 at 8p; “Sherri Papini: I Kidnapped Myself,” starring Jaime King (“Happy Camper”), premiering Saturday, January 28 at 8p; and “Gwen Shamblin: Starving for Salvation,” starring Jennifer Grey (“Dirty Dancing”), premiering Saturday, February 4 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

INSP has greenlit a fourth season of “Ultimate Cowboy Showdown, for an all-stars edition featuring top contestants from past seasons. Country star Trace Adkins returns as host and executive producer.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A docu-series about the late rapper Nipsey Hussle is being financed and executive produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s SpringHill. “It’s an incredible honor for SpringHill to have a part in sharing Nipsey’s story and legacy with the world,” said James. “He used his gift to give back to his community and lived what it means to inspire, empower, and uplift others along the way. His words, his ambition, and his actions stick with me to this day as he continues to inspire myself, our company, and people everywhere.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Porn star Stormy Daniels will serve as host and relationship advisor on OUTtv dating series “For the Love of DILFs.” “We’re thrilled to be working with Stormy,” said OUTtv COO Philip Webb. “She has a long public history of standing up for the LGBTQ+ community. That allyship, starpower, and relationship expertise makes her the perfect fit to helm a show about guys hunting for love.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Syfy has cut its season three order for “Resident Alien” from 12 episodes to eight. While the first half of the show’s sophomore run averaged 2.3 million viewers in Live+7 Nielsens, ratings fell during the second half of the season.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Outdoor Channel original series “Ranch America” is set to debut in March 2023. The show features rancher, chef and cowboy River Klass providing a fresh perspective on the American West.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Blockchain Life,” a seven-part series covering NFTs, the metaverse, crypto, and decentralized finance, is set to launch on Insight TV’s global network of channels in December. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO Original three-part docuseries “Unveiled: Surviving la Luz del Mundo” debuts Tuesday, December 6 at 9p. The series explores the story of the Christian church La Luz del Mundo and the sexual abuse that scores of members, many of them minors, say they have suffered at the hands of its successive leaders, known as the “Apostles.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

FX’s “Fleishman Is In Trouble,” starring Jesse Eisenberg as a recently divorced 41-year-old who dives into the world of app-based dating, starts streaming on Hulu tomorrow, November 17. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

“SNL” alums Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler reunite to host and executive produce season two of “Baking It” on Peacock, which will kick off with a celebrity holiday special December 12 at 10p on NBC.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy special “Atsuko Okatsuka: The Intruder” premieres Saturday, December 10 at 10p on HBO. Tig Notaro directed the special.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Circle Network will air a two-hour “Opry Live” celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bass Pro Shops on Saturday, November 19th at 8p. The special will feature Opry members Dierks Bentley, Dustin Lynch, Chris Janson, Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox, and Rhonda Vincent.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Adidas is honoring Weston McKennie, Gio Reyna, and Jesus Ferriera ahead of the athletes representing the US at FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 with a series of murals that speak to their background and how they show up for the US and their community. The murals will be on display throughout the tournament, taking place Sunday, November 20 through Sunday, December 18. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

The NFL is teaming with Skydance Sports to create a multi-sport production studio. Skydance Media and the NFL are making “substantial investments” in the new studio operation, said the league. “This partnership truly matches two companies who are considered among the best at what they do,” said NFL Chief Media and Business Officer Brian Rolapp. “Combining the unscripted expertise and storytelling of NFL Films with Skydance’s leadership position in TV, film, animation, and other areas will create the leading sports content studio in the world.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

In its first five days on Netflix, season five of “The Crown” counted 107.4 million hours viewed, tops among English-language TV shows on the streamer. “Enola Hughes” was the most-watched English-language movie for the week of November 7, with 62.9 million hours viewed.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Saturday Night Live” hit a 0.9 rating among A18-49 and 4.8 million viewers with Dave Chappelle as host. That’s a season high for the NBC show, but not close to the 2.6 rating and 9 million viewers Chappelle drew for his last post-election hosting gig, in 2020.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Countdown to Christmas made Hallmark Channel the #1 most-watched entertainment cable network in 4Q22 to-date among Households, Total Viewers, Viewers 18+, and Women 18+. The network’s latest Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night original holiday movies premieres also boosted the network to be the #1 most-watched entertainment cable network of the week in Total Day among Households, W18+, W25-54, and Total Viewers. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Freshman talker “The Jennifer Hudson Show” (0.7 Live+SD national Nielsen rating, up 17% from the week before) hit its highest rating since its September premiere in the week ending November 6. That tied with newcomer “Sherri” (0.7, unchanged) which had been the sole highest rated new show in syndication for the first seven weeks of the season. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

HGTV’s “Love It or List It” attracted more than 18 million total viewerssince the new season premiered on September 5, averaging a .54 Live+3 rating among P25-54 and a .76 among W25-54, resulting in respective double-digit increases of 54% and 58% over the prior six weeks.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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