BET: Kingdom Business (Premiere) at 10pm
CBS: Tough as Nails (Premiere) at 9pm
CRUNCHYROLL: Bungo Stray Dogs (Premiere)
CRUNCHYROLL: The Ice Guy and his Cool Female Colleague (Premiere)
CRUNCHYROLL: Tomo-Chan Is a Girl! (Premiere)
DISNEY+: Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Premiere)
FOOD NETWORK: NFL Tailgate Takedown (Premiere) at 9pm
FOX: Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test (Premiere) at 8pm
LIFETIME: Married at First Sight (Premiere) at 8pm
NETFLIX: The Lying Life of Adults (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street (Premiere)
TLC: 1000-Lb. Best Friends (Premiere) at 10pm

Warner Bros. Discovery has enlisted VideoAmp to measure cross-screen campaigns across the company’s portfolio of brands. “We are gaining momentum as we act on our goals to offer best in class measurement capabilities and provide greater visibility into the return on ad spend across our award-winning IP,” said Andrea Zapata, EVP, Head of Ad Sales Research, Measurement and Insights, Warner Bros. Discovery. VideoAmp uses smart TV automatic content recognition data to deduplicate audience reach and frequency across streaming and linear channels.
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Comcast has launched “Free This Week,” a new year-long program that offers Xfinity customers a new selection of free content each week from streaming services and premium networks. “Free This Week” programming will be available for Xfinity customers and curated into one destination available on X1 and Flex. A selection of “Free This Week” programming will also be available on the Xfinity Stream app and Xumo’s XClass TV.
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Liz Heldens (“Will Trent”) has extended her overall deal with 20th Television. “Liz has brought truly inspired series and characters to life over the course of her two-decade journey with our studio,” said Karey Burke, President of 20th Television. “She’s the whole package – an incredible storyteller, has strong vision, and is just fantastic, funny and an amazing partner.”
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Tracee Ellis-Ross (“black-ish”) has joined Eddie Murphy in Prime Video’s “Candy Cane Lane.” The holiday film is part of a deal between Murphy and Amazon Studios.
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Season 10 of “Travels with Darley” kicks off January 7 on PBS. Filmed in international and US locations, including Istanbul and throughout Türkiye, Quebec, Santa Fe, Bordeaux and Wilmington, Delaware, local experts offer insights in eight half-hour episodes.
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“Outer Banks” kicks off season three on February 23. Netflix’s YA drama follows teens washed ashore on a desert island.
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“Switch” premieres on Game Show Network on January 30 at 7p. Hosted by Jeff Hephner (“For All Mankind”), the trivia show will air weekdays.
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“Andrew Young Presents” returns for season 16 in 2023. The quarterly series has been renewed in over 80% of the US, including Fox-owned stations in NY (WNYW/WWOR) and Chicago (WFLD/WPWR) along with affiliates including WSB Atlanta, WXYZ Detroit, KSTP Minneapolis, WFTV Orlando, WSOC Charlotte, WTVF Nashville and more.
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Magnolia Network announced a lineup of cable and streaming premieres for the month of January. New episodes of network original series premiering this month include “Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry,” “The Art of Vintage, Bespoke Inns,” “The Cabin Chronicles,” “Classic Homes,” “The Established Home,”” Everyday Cooking,” and more.
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“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” topped the list of Netflix’s English-language films the week of December 26 with 127.25 million hours viewed. That’s in addition to the 82.1 million hours it racked up its first two days on the service, and enough to secure the film’s spot as Netflix’s third most-watched film, after “Red Notice” and “Don’t Look Up.”
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With its distribution agreement with AMC Networks expired, FuboTV has removed AMC, AMC Premiere, BBC America, BBC World News, El Gourmet, Mas Chic, IFC, Sundance TV and We TV from its lineup. “We are focused on super-serving our passionate sports customers,” said FuboTV in a statement. “As a sports-first live TV streaming platform, Fubo’s mission is to provide leading sports, news and entertainment content while keeping costs reasonable for consumers.”
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The “Monday Night Football” game postponed after Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamilton suffered a cardiac arrest on the field will not take place this week. “The NFL has made no decision regarding the possible resumption of the game at a later date,” said the NFL, after the incident that left players in tears, and spurred millions of dollars in donations to the philanthropic foundation Hamilton set up while in college. “The league has not made any changes to the Week 18 regular season schedule. We will continue to provide additional information as it becomes available.” At press time, Hamlin remained in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The return of John Cena gave a big boost to Fox’s “WWE Friday Night SmackDown” on December 30. With 2.63 million viewers, the episode was the most-watched since Christmas Day 2020.
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Music editor Chris Ledesma has died at the age of 64. Ledesma worked on every episode of “The Simpsons” from 1989 until he stepped down in May 2022. “Chris Ledesma was a sweet man who loved his job and was really, really good at it. We miss him,” tweeted writer and co-executive producer Carolyn Omine.
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