AMAZON FREEVEE: Moonshine (Premiere)
APPLE TV+: Real Madrid: Until the End (Premiere)
DISNEY CHANNEL: Kiff (Premiere)
HULU: UnPrisoned (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Outlast (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Rana Naidu (Premiere)
NETFLIX: The Glory (Premiere)
THE ROKU CHANNEL: Most Dangerous Game: New York (Premiere)

(SATURDAY 3/11/23)
NBC: Saturday Night Live – Host: Jenna Ortega, Musical Guest: The 1975 at 11:30pm

(SUNDAY 3/12/23)
E!: Live From The Red Carpet: Oscars 2023 at 5pm
E!: Red Carpet Rundown: Oscars 2023 at 7pm
ABC: On The Red Carpet at The Oscars at 5:30pm
ABC: Countdown to the Oscars at 6:30pm
ABC: The 95th Annual Academy Awards at 8pm
DISCOVERY+: Naked and Afraid: Solo (Premiere) at 10pm
MGM+: A Spy Among Friends (Premiere) at 10pm
TRAVEL CHANNEL: Alien Abduction: Travis Walton (Premiere) at 9pm
HBO Max: The Last of Us (Finale) at 9pm

Succession is “at the top of the list” for Bob Iger. Before the end of the Disney CEO’s two-year contract, Iger is looking to name a new chief executive, with the help of the board of directors. So who’s on the short list? “It’s between me and the board,” said Iger at a Morgan Stanley’s TMT conference on Thursday. On the topic of EPSN, Iger said, “We know the power and the popularity of live sports and we know how attractive it is. Not just to consumers but to advertisers.” Still, he noted, “It doesn’t mean that we’re not going to be open-minded about its future, but right now, we’re bullish about it.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Shrinking” is getting bigger, thanks to a season two renewal at Apple TV+. “We have loved the engaging, touching and hilarious world of ‘Shrinking’ since the beginning, and it has been wonderful to watch as audiences around the world continue to connect with these big-hearted characters,” said Matt Cherniss, Head of Programming at Apple TV+. The comedy stars Jason Segel and Harrison Ford.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The second annual IAB PlayFronts brought advertising and gaming together this week in New York City. How could IAB’s VP of the Experience Center, Zoe Soon, tell the event was a success? “The room is full after lunch on day two,” she said, adding, “And anecdotally, that people are finding info really useful. Last year people talked about trying out ideas, and this year we saw real activations.” With examples from Maybelline New York and Doritos, among others, the event provided an in-person platform to showcase brands and agencies, while taking stock of current advertising inventory.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Twenty “SNL” post-production editors plan to walk beginning April 1. After failing to reach an agreement with NBCUniversal, reportedly regarding pay and health benefits, the crew members who edit pre-filmed shorts for the sketch comedy show plan to go on strike, making good on a threat first issued in October. The guild said in a statement, “NBCU wants to shut us up – so we will yell louder.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Warner Bros. Discovery has rebranded its directors program. Intended to develop television directing talent through workshops and shadowing, Access Directors Program ensures graduates receive an opportunity to direct a full WBD television episode. Previously housed within Warner Bros. Television, the company’s DEI team will now spearhead the program, which will include new opportunities for participants – including working on shows across the WBD portfolio, shadowing directors on up to two TV episodes, a virtual curriculum highlighting best practices and equity, and a childcare stipend for directors while shadowing. The submission portal is currently open through March 20.
(Source: Cynopsis)

SHOWTIME released a new trailer for “Yellowjackets.” Teasing the continued story of a high school soccer team’s fight for survival following a plane crash in the wilderness, the trailer also featured Florence + The Machine’s newly-released cover of No Doubt’s 1995 song “Just A Girl.” The upcoming sophomore season of the Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson-created drama premieres March 24 on streaming and on demand for subscribers, followed by its broadcast debut on March 26 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Batman: Caped Crusader” is taking flight at Prime Video. One of the six series to be axed at HBO Max last year, J.J. Abrams’ animated series has moved to Amazon with a two-season order. Warner Bros. Animation, Bad Robot Productions and 6th & Idaho, with creators Abrams, Matt Reeves, Bruce Timm, as well as Sam Register and Ed Brubaker, are set to executive produce the reimagined Batman mythology story.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Paramount+ greenlit “Vice City” from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. The series chronicles three friends when they return to Miami, after being dishonorably discharged from the military, and form a heist crew. The original series from Lionsgate Television, Paramount Television Studios and G-Unit Film & Television hails from writers and executive producers Darnell Metayer and Josh Peters.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hulu Originals expanded its unscripted slate with three new series.“Love in Fairhope,” “Royal Rules of Ohio” and “Secrets & Sisterhood: The Sozahdahs” follow groups of women from different parts of the world – five generations of women in Fairhope, Alabama, three first-generation Ghanaian sisters in Columbus Ohio and 10 Muslim American sisters in Los Angeles.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The “Creed-verse” is coming. With the help of the 2015 film’s star and filmmaker Michael B. Jordan, Amazon plans to expand the movie franchise across film and TV. Jordan has reportedly had meetings about “Creed”-related projects over the past year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Aurora Teagarden Mysteries” is moving ahead without Candace Cameron Bure. Skyler Samuels will replace Bure as Aurora in the prequel to the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries original series, “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New.” Bure caused a stir with her move to Great American Family, when she told WSJ. Magazine that she thought GAF would “keep traditional marriage at the core.” The HM&M spinoff is slated to premiere later this year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime and A&E networks will simulcast a new two-hour documentary, “TLC Forever,” chronicling the journey of the top-selling American female group of all time who led the way with their music, their message, and their style.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Sports Illustrated” launched an esports coverage platform. “Esports Illustrated” is a media platform intended to provide exclusive coverage of esports with analysis, player and team interviews, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of competitive gaming events. “As ‘Sports Illustrated’ continues to expand its reach, we are thrilled to provide our audiences with a comprehensive look into the games, players, and communities shaping the Esports industry,” said Chris Pirrone, Senior Vice President & General Manager of “Sports Illustrated.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Six-time NBA all-star Shawn Kemp was arrested. Charged in connection with a recent drive-by shooting near the Tacoma Mall in Washington, the Seattle SuperSonics power forward was booked into the Pierce County Jail Wednesday, without a set bail.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Three actors joined a new drama pilot from NBC. Tituss Burgess (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), Tommy Dewey (“The Mindy Project”) and Siobhan Williams have signed on to star in the pilot, previously titled “Murder By the Book,” that follows an Instagram famous book reviewer-turned-detective in a seaside town. Burgess will play the protagonist’s younger brother, Dewey will play a homicide detective and Williams will play a bookstore employee.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Robert Blake died Thursday at the age of 89. Blake won an Emmy for his portrayal of Tony Baretta and as the title character in, “Judgment Day: the John List Story.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Scream VI – Courteney Cox, Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding, Dermot Mulroney, Jack Champion, Josh Segarra, Liana Liberato, Devyn Nekoda, Hayden Panettiere, Tony Revolori, Samara Weaving, Andre Anthony
Champions – Woody Harrelson, Kaitlin Olsen, Matt Cook, Ernie Hudson, Cheech Marin, Madison Tevlin, Joshua Felder, Kevin Iannucci, Ashton Gunning, Matthew Von Der Ahe, Tom Sinclair, James Day Keith, Alex Hintz, Casey Metcalfe
65 – Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt, Chloe Coleman, Nika King, Brian Dare

Today’s Jackpot is $203 million.

You can now play in 43 states plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Saturday’s Jackpot is $45 million

Powerball is played in 43 states.


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