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ON TELEVISION (THURSDAY 1/12/23)
HBO MAX: The Climb (Premiere)
HBO MAX: Velma (Premiere)
HGTV: Christina in the Country (Premiere) at 8pm
HGTV: Married to Real Estate (Premiere) at 9pm
HULU: How I Caught My Killer (Premiere)
NETFLIX: The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight Season 2 (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Vikings: Valhalla (Premiere)
PEACOCK: The Traitors (Premiere)
PEACOCK: The Makery (Premiere)
VIX+: La Loca de los Perros (Premiere)

NBC’s first airing of the Golden Globes since 2021 delivered 6.3 million total viewers, down from 6.9 million last time around and 18.3 million viewers in 2020. Among A18-49, the telecast had a 1.1 rating, versus 1.5 in 2021. This year’s show aired on a Tuesday night instead of the usual awards show perch of Sunday.
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“The Bear,” “Severance” and “Better Call Saul” scored the most WGA Awards nominations. Each show received three nods; winners will be honored at the annual ceremony on March 5.
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Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal was hospitalized following a car accident. The former reporter and husband of Kelly Dodd, former cast member of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” shared in a video on Instagram that he suffered four broken ribs, a fractured bone in his right foot and “wounded pride.
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Class will remain in session for “Abbott Elementary.” The day after it won three Golden Globe awards, it was announced that the hit comedy will have a third season on ABC.
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Freeform has renewed “grown-ish” for season six. The series returns for the second half of its fifth season on January 18 at 10:30p.
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“Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy!” aren’t going anywhere, either. Disney has committed to renewing the two most-watched game shows in syndication through the 2027-2028 season.
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ABC will bring back three unscripted series and a “Jeopardy!” spinoff.“Claim to Fame,” hosted by Kevin and Frankie Jonas; “Celebrity Family Feud,” hosted by Steve Harvey; and “Press Your Luck,” hosted by Elizabeth Banks, will return for new seasons. The network also ordered the primetime spinoff series “Jeopardy! Masters,” with all-star contestants facing off.
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“The Jennifer Hudson Show” was greenlit for season 2. The one-hour daytime program from Warner Bros. Discovery will return to Fox this fall.
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“All American” made it to season six on The CW. Season five of the network’s top-ranked linear series among adults 18-49 will debut on January 23.
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Fox renewed “Sherri” through 2025. “I launched this show with the mission to give daytime viewers a ‘good time,’ just like my theme song says,” said host Sherri Shepherd.
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“Mayor of Kingstown” season two will premiere on Sunday, January 14. Set in the wake of the Kingstown Prison riot, chaos ensues in the tented city. The Paramount+ series will release new episodes weekly, with two debuting for the premiere.
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Freeform’s unscripted dating show “Love Trip: Paris” premieres Tuesday, February 14 at 9p with a two-episode debut, and will then air weekly at 10p.
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“General Hospital” will honor the late Sonya Eddy, the actor behind the character Epiphany Johnson, as the soap marks its 60th year on the air. Anniversary programming will begin in late March.
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“Schoolhouse Rock! 50th Anniversary Singalong” will premiere on ABC on February 1. Hosted by Ryan Seacrest, the fifth installment of the franchise special will celebrate animated and educational songs, featuring the Black Eyed Peas, Derek Hough and Shaquille O’Neal.
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Diego Boneta, Luis Gerardo Méndez and Belinda will lead an Amazon Original miniseries. The untitled project inspired by assassinated TV entertainer Paco Stanley will also feature Zuria Vega, El Chá, Bárbara López, Roberto Duarte and Jorge Zárate.
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Hallmark Channel was the most-watched entertainment cable network of 2022. Thanks to its holiday stunt “Countdown to Christmas,” which rose to the top in the fourth quarter, the network marked its ninth consecutive year as number one on the charts.
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“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” had its largest audience in over two years, courtesy of a guest appearance by Prince Harry. Tuesday night’s episode with the Duke of Sussex averaged 3.15 million total viewers, the most on a weeknight since former President Barack Obama sat opposite Colbert in November 2020, according to Nielsen.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Actor Ben Masters has died at 75. The “Passions” star died Wednesday after a battle with dementia and a recent bout of Covid. Masters is survived by his sister and nieces.
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