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Old 05-28-2017, 03:30 PM   #91
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Monday, May 15th Ratings - YTN
At 9pm, a new episode of Living in Fear slid to 3.85 million viewers and 0.9/3 among adults 18-49, down two tenths from last week to tie its series low. Half hour: 0.952/0.937

At 10pm, a new episode of Serial dropped to 4.15 million viewers and 1.0/3 among adults 18-49, also down two tenths to a new series low. Half hour: 0.987/1.041



Tuesday, May 16th Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, a new episode of The Neighborhood slid to 7.02 million viewers and 1.8/6 among adults 18-49, down three tenths from last week for a new series low (and its first venture into the 1's). Half hour: 1.785/1.803

At 9pm, week two of Miami Medical Examiner eased to 6.84 million viewers and 1.1/4 among adults 18-49, down two tenths from last weeks series premiere. Half hour: 1.204/1.056

At 10pm, a new episode of Bloodlines bopped up to 6.48 million viewers and 1.1/3 among adults 18-49, up a tenth from last weeks season premiere. Half hour: 1.068/1.074



Wednesday, May 17th Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, week two of 30 Seconds to Win garnered 4.36 million viewers and 0.8/3 among adults 18-49, even with last weeks debut. Half hour: 0.815/0.821

At 9pm, a new episode of Locked sank to 3.35 million viewers and 0.6/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth from last week to a new series low. Half hour: 0.626/0.635

YTN aired repeats in the 10 o'clock hour.



Thursday, May 18th Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, a new episode of Extended Family bopped up to 5.67 million viewers and 1.1/3 among adults 18-49, up a tenth from last week. Unrounded: 1.104

At 830pm, a new episode of Raising Teenagers fell to 4.24 million viewers and 0.8/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth from last week. Unrounded: 0.798

At 9pm, a new episode of Friends of Mine descended to 3.74 million viewers and 0.8/3 among adults 18-49, down two tenths from last week to a new series low. Unrounded: 0.815

At 930pm, a new episode of UpSelling totaled 4.91 million viewers and 1.0/3 among adults 18-49, even with last week. Unrounded: 1.041

At 10pm, week two of Life after Prison ticked down to 3.51 million viewers and 0.6/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth from last weeks premiere. Half hour: 0.637/0.631



Friday May 19th Ratings - YTN
Four episodes of Outdoor Renovation, as follows:
8pm - 1.71 million (0.313 demo)
830pm - 1.68 million (0.311 demo)
9pm - 1.74 million (0.325 demo)
930pm - 1.84 million (0.342 demo)

At 10pm, episode five of cancelled XXX: My Life Story got a bit interesting, rising to 1.42 million viewers and 0.4/1 among adults 18-49, up a tenth from last weeks timeslot debut. Half hour: 0.412/0.415
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Gen-TV Ratings Report:

Monday, May 1-Saturday, May 5, 2017:

Monday, May 1:

With only three episodes left for the season, it is safe to declare "Magic School" the undisputed winner of Monday night. The series posted another huge gain in demos and is easily the #1 rated series among children aged 8-14. Airing in place of "Blood Relations" was a Gen-TV Original film, "A Family For Christmas", which was originally scheduled to air in December but was held over due to scheduling issues. This burn-off attracted 12.2 million viewers and a 2.4 in demos, nearly double recent episodes of "Blood Relations."

8pm: Magic School (New): 25.4 million/8.2 18-49

830: Zendaya (New): 20.3 million/8.2 18-49

9: Hart of Family (New): 12.4 million/5.3 18-49

930: Outside The Lines (New): 13.4 million/4.8 1 8-49

10: Trauma Center (New): 22.1 million/4.4 18-49

11: Gen-TV Original Movie:
"A Family For Christmas" (New):
12.2 million/2.4 18-49
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Tuesday, May 2:


Gen-TV aired an altered version of their schedule this week, airing the first two parts of new mini-series "The Ambassador General: Year 2". The result was a solid showing for the series, which received a combined audience of 38.8 million viewers and 19.8 in demos.


8pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The Ambassador General: Year 2" (New; Part One): 18.4 million/9.4 18-49

10pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The Ambassador General: Year 2" (New; Part Two): 20.4 million/10.4 18-49
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Wednesday, May 3:

Gen-TV aired another altered version of their schedule; airing the final two parts of "The Ambassador General: Year 2" and brand new episodes of "Selling Out" and "Desperately Amy."


8pm: Selling Out (New): 35.2 million/13.8 18-49

830: Desperately Amy (New): 6.7 million/3.1 18-49

9pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The Ambassador General: Year 2" (New; Part Three): 23.4 million/12.3 18-49

11pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The Ambassador General: Year 2" (New, Part Four): 20.5 million/11.4 18-49

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Thursday, May 4:

Gen-TV did another alternate schedule on Thursday; airing back to back episodes of "Mallory's of Jefferson County" followed by the complete new mini-series "The First Lady: A Year In Service" starring Diane Lane, Chris Pine, Josh Brolin and many others.

8pm: The Mallory's of Jefferson County (New): 80.4 million/13.9 18-49

9pm: The Mallory's of Jefferson County (New):75.5 million/13.7 18-49

10pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The First Lady: A Year In Service" (New; Part One): 16.5 million/4.8 18-49

12am: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"The First Lady: A Year In Service" (New, Part Two): 12.2 million/3.8 18-49
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Friday, May 5:

With back-to-back episodes of "Deadly Visions" followed by back-to-back episodes of "The Mulroney Mysteries", testing out a new timeslot, Gen-TV had great success. Meanwhile, "Soapless: Life After Daytime" was on hiatus this week.

8pm: Deadly Visions (New): 35.5 million/9.3 18-49

9pm: Deadly Visions (New): 42.3 million/9.3 18-49

10: The Mulroney Mysteries (New): 30.2 million/11.4 18-49

11: The Mulroney Mysteries (New): 34.5 million/13.4 18-49
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Saturday, May 6:


Gen-TV aired only reruns on Saturday and thus ratings will not be published.

Gen-TV Network Ratings Report:

Week of May 7-13, 2017:


Sunday, May 7:

Gen-TV had a solid showing on Sunday, with "Code of Ethics" retaining its high demos from last week and "Sisters" nearly matches those numbers as well. The third and final installment of "The First Lady: A Year In Service" boosted overall numbers and posted a massive increase in demos.

8pm: Sisters (New): 24.8 million/7.6 18-49

9pm: Code of Ethics (New): 40.3 million/7.7 18-49

10: Gen-TV Original Movie:

"The First Lady: A Year In Service" (Part Three, New):
20.3 million/6.4 18-49

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Monday, May 8:

Gen-TV aired an altered schedule on Monday to accommodate the three-part miniseries "Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" starring Mayim Bialik, Lea Michele, Zack Braff, Adam Brody and many others. That series got off to a great start, posting strong numbers across two parts.

Meanwhile, "Zendaya" out-ranked "Magic School" by the narrowest of margins this week, and "Hart of Family" was steady. "Trauma Center" and "Outside The Lines" were on hiatus Monday.

8pm: Magic School (New): 20.4 million/6.6 18-49

830: Zendaya (New): 22.1 million/7.5 18-49

9: Hart of Family (New): 12.5 million/5.4 18-49

930: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" (New, Parts One & Two):
930-11pm (Part One): 14 million/8.1 18-49
11pm-12am (Part Two: 13.8 million/7.4 18-49
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Tuesday, May 9:

On Tuesday, Gen-TV's comedies were paired with the final installment of "Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" and the results were positive, with "Every Other Weekend" quietly posting its highest numbers ever, possibly becoming a breakout hit? Now canceled drama "Places We Go" posted a series low in demos, the only negative of the evening for Gen-TV.

8pm: Making It Work (New): 19.4 million/4.8 18-49

830: Peretti Rules (New): 9.3 million/2.1 18-49

9: Every Other Weekend (New): 20.1 million/6.2 18-49

930: Sisterly Love (New): 17.4 million/4.5 18-49

10pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" (New, Part Three)
14.5 million/7.3 18-49

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Wednesday, May 10:

Gen-TV also altered their Wednesday schedule to accomodate their final original film of the year, "After I Do", starring a who's who of late 90's teen stars; Rachel Leigh Cook, Julia Stiles, Larissa Olyneiak, Freddie Prinze Jr, Matthew Lillard, Jason Biggs, Lori Beth Dinberg, Andrew Keegan, Elisa Donovan, David Lascher and featuring cameos from Adrien Greiner, Brian Austin Green, and Melissa Joan Hart, Taytiana Ali and Brandy Norwood. The film scored poorly with critics, but performed well in it's target demo of 18-49, with a particuarly strong showing among female viewers aged 25-40. Meanwhile, "Selling Out" was able to match its demos from last week and "Cop City" was strong as well.


8pm: Selling Out (New): 38.2 million/13.9 18-49

830: Running In Circles (New): 20.4 million/4.8 18-49

9pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"After I Do" (New):
17.4 million/8.3 18-49

10pm: Boston Homicide (Rerun): Ratings Not Available

11pm: Cop City (New): 19.4 million/7.3 18-49

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Thursday, May 11:

Gen-TV was all-new on Thursday night, airing their regular schedule to mixed returns. "Mallory's" was down a lot in demos, though still dominant over other programs. "Raising Grandma" was down a bit as well in total viewers, and "The Malones" continued to defy expectations and was watched by nearly nobody.

8pm: Raising Grandma (New): 24.8 million/4.1 18-49

830: Mama Knows Best (New): 19.4 million/4.8 18-49

9pm: Nicki J's World (New): 7.2 million/3.1 18-49

930: Cooking for Dummies (New): 10.2 million/3.1 18-49

10: The Mallory's of Jefferson County (New): 65.4 million/9.3 18-49

11: The Malones (New): 4.1 million/2.1 18-49

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Friday, May 12:

Gen-TV should be beaming with pride over the returns for its fantastic Friday schedule. With "ColdFront" gone, the ratings tally for the night rose. Double episodes of "Deadly Visions" aired.

8pm: The Mulroney Mysteries (New): 24.5 million/12.2 18-49

9pm: Deadly Visions (New): 40.3 million/11.1 18-49

10: Soapless: Life After Daytime (New, New Timeslot): 12.3 million/4.7 18-49

11: Deadly Visions (New): 19.3 million/10.3 18-49

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Saturday, May 13:

Gen-TV aired an altered schedule on Saturday, airing "Food Showdown" and "The Bidding War" instead of "Threesome" and "Intrusion", which were on hiatus this week.

8pm: Sisters (New): 17.4 million/6.3 18-49

9pm: Code of Ethics (New): 40.3 million/6.5 18-49

10: The Bidding War (New): 30.3 million/6.8 18-49

11: Food Showdown (New): 21.4 million/5.8 18-49

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EDITORS NOTE:

In our previous ratings report we accidently misnumbered Wednesday through Saturday; each day was incorrectly labled one-day behind. We have corrected that mistake in this version of our report.
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Breaking News:
Sophia Bush is a pretty big liar.

Just days after announcing she will exit NBC's "Chicago P.D.", Sophia Bush has joined the cast of Gen-TV's limited series "Pretty Big Lies", a sudsy melodrama about the ultra rich that already boasts a star-studded cast including Jennifer Garner, Hillary Swank, Jennifer Aniston and Halle Berry.

Bush joins the cast in a top-secret role, that she described to us as "Life changing, challenging and possibly the biggest role I'll ever play."

The series is scheduled to air on Gen-TV in early 2018.
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I would create a network called Classics. It would air a lot of popular shows from different decades including the underrated shows and there would be no repeats.

Saturday morning and Sunday morning would consist of nothing but kids shows and all of the shows would be different.
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I'd make-up The Adventure Channel which was used in an energizer commercial that was a fake station...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnnJ1ej9MqQ

Here's some shows that would air...

The Rockford Files
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CHiPs
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Twin Peaks (the original one)
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Hill Street Blues
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Magnum P.I.
Remington Steele
Scarecrow and Mrs. King
Cagney and Lacey
Wild Wild West
Have Gun Will Travel
Mission: Impossible
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

The movies that it will show will be mystery, sci-fi, action, adventure, and western genres.

There'll also be a cartoon block which will have...

Thundercats
Silverhawks
The Comic Strip
Hanna-Barbera Superhero Shows
Smurfs
Snorks
He-Man
She-Ra

And the E/I shows would be things involving animals, plants, and scientific stuff...things like from Nature, Nova, and National Geographic.
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Gen-TV Network Ratings Report:

Week of May 7-13, 2017:


Sunday, May 7:

Gen-TV had a solid showing on Sunday, with "Code of Ethics" retaining its high demos from last week and "Sisters" nearly matches those numbers as well. The third and final installment of "The First Lady: A Year In Service" boosted overall numbers and posted a massive increase in demos.

8pm: Sisters (New): 24.8 million/7.6 18-49

9pm: Code of Ethics (New): 40.3 million/7.7 18-49

10: Gen-TV Original Movie:

"The First Lady: A Year In Service" (Part Three, New):
20.3 million/6.4 18-49

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Monday, May 8:

Gen-TV aired an altered schedule on Monday to accommodate the three-part miniseries "Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" starring Mayim Bialik, Lea Michele, Zack Braff, Adam Brody and many others. That series got off to a great start, posting strong numbers across two parts.

Meanwhile, "Zendaya" out-ranked "Magic School" by the narrowest of margins this week, and "Hart of Family" was steady. "Trauma Center" and "Outside The Lines" were on hiatus Monday.

8pm: Magic School (New): 20.4 million/6.6 18-49

830: Zendaya (New): 22.1 million/7.5 18-49

9: Hart of Family (New): 12.5 million/5.4 18-49

930: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" (New, Parts One & Two):
930-11pm (Part One): 14 million/8.1 18-49
11pm-12am (Part Two: 13.8 million/7.4 18-49
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Tuesday, May 9:

On Tuesday, Gen-TV's comedies were paired with the final installment of "Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" and the results were positive, with "Every Other Weekend" quietly posting its highest numbers ever, possibly becoming a breakout hit? Now canceled drama "Places We Go" posted a series low in demos, the only negative of the evening for Gen-TV.

8pm: Making It Work (New): 19.4 million/4.8 18-49

830: Peretti Rules (New): 9.3 million/2.1 18-49

9: Every Other Weekend (New): 20.1 million/6.2 18-49

930: Sisterly Love (New): 17.4 million/4.5 18-49

10pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"Life Chronicles: The Story of Ira & Abby" (New, Part Three)
14.5 million/7.3 18-49

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Wednesday, May 10:

Gen-TV also altered their Wednesday schedule to accomodate their final original film of the year, "After I Do", starring a who's who of late 90's teen stars; Rachel Leigh Cook, Julia Stiles, Larissa Olyneiak, Freddie Prinze Jr, Matthew Lillard, Jason Biggs, Lori Beth Dinberg, Andrew Keegan, Elisa Donovan, David Lascher and featuring cameos from Adrien Greiner, Brian Austin Green, and Melissa Joan Hart, Taytiana Ali and Brandy Norwood. The film scored poorly with critics, but performed well in it's target demo of 18-49, with a particuarly strong showing among female viewers aged 25-40. Meanwhile, "Selling Out" was able to match its demos from last week and "Cop City" was strong as well.


8pm: Selling Out (New): 38.2 million/13.9 18-49

830: Running In Circles (New): 20.4 million/4.8 18-49

9pm: Gen-TV Original Movies:
"After I Do" (New):
17.4 million/8.3 18-49

10pm: Boston Homicide (Rerun): Ratings Not Available

11pm: Cop City (New): 19.4 million/7.3 18-49

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Thursday, May 11:

Gen-TV was all-new on Thursday night, airing their regular schedule to mixed returns. "Mallory's" was down a lot in demos, though still dominant over other programs. "Raising Grandma" was down a bit as well in total viewers, and "The Malones" continued to defy expectations and was watched by nearly nobody.

8pm: Raising Grandma (New): 24.8 million/4.1 18-49

830: Mama Knows Best (New): 19.4 million/4.8 18-49

9pm: Nicki J's World (New): 7.2 million/3.1 18-49

930: Cooking for Dummies (New): 10.2 million/3.1 18-49

10: The Mallory's of Jefferson County (New): 65.4 million/9.3 18-49

11: The Malones (New): 4.1 million/2.1 18-49

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Friday, May 12:

Gen-TV should be beaming with pride over the returns for its fantastic Friday schedule. With "ColdFront" gone, the ratings tally for the night rose. Double episodes of "Deadly Visions" aired.

8pm: The Mulroney Mysteries (New): 24.5 million/12.2 18-49

9pm: Deadly Visions (New): 40.3 million/11.1 18-49

10: Soapless: Life After Daytime (New, New Timeslot): 12.3 million/4.7 18-49

11: Deadly Visions (New): 19.3 million/10.3 18-49

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Saturday, May 13:

Gen-TV aired an altered schedule on Saturday, airing "Food Showdown" and "The Bidding War" instead of "Threesome" and "Intrusion", which were on hiatus this week.

8pm: Sisters (New): 17.4 million/6.3 18-49

9pm: Code of Ethics (New): 40.3 million/6.5 18-49

10: The Bidding War (New): 30.3 million/6.8 18-49

11: Food Showdown (New): 21.4 million/5.8 18-49

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EDITORS NOTE:

In our previous ratings report, we accidentally misnumbered Wednesday through Saturday; each day was incorrectly labeled one-day behind. We have corrected that mistake in this version of our report.

Gen-TV Ratings Report:

Week of May 14-27, 2017:

Sunday, May 14:


Gen-TV might want to reconsider canceling "Code of Ethics" as the series has broken through this month to post season highs and become something of a solid hit. The drama posted week to week increases over 20% in demos, with two brand new episodes airing. An all-new "Law & Order: New York City" was solid week to week over its last original episode.

8pm: Sisters (New): 21.0 million/7.4 18-49

9pm: Code of Ethics (New): 44.38 million/8.2 18-49

10: Law & Order: New York City (New): 11.1 million/4.5 18-49

11pm: Code of Ethics (New): 41.4 million/7.5 18-40
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Monday, May 15:

Gen-TV aired an altered schedule on Monday night; airing three brand new episodes of "Trauma Center" and all-new comedy episodes, including "Every Other Weekend" on a special night and "Unlikely Family" on a special night. Results were solid, with sitcoms performing on-par with their typical episodes; and "Trauma Center" performing well in demos.

8pm: Magic School (New): 25.8 million/7.4 18-49

830: Unlikely Family (New): 30.4 million/8.4 18-49

9: Hart of Family (New): 15.8 million/6.3 18-49

930: Every Other Weekend (New): 21.9 million/7.5 18-49

10: Trauma Center (New): 20.5 million/9.3 18-49

11: Trauma Center (New): 19.95 million/10.4 18-49

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Tuesday, May 16:


Gen-TV aired another altered schedule on Tuesday night, with brand new episodes of "Making It Work" paired with "Every Other Weekend" and three new episodes of "Trauma Center."

8pm: Making It Work (New): 14.4 million/5.8 18-49

830: Every Other Weekend (New): 25.9 million/5.8 18-49

9: Trauma Center (New): 27.4 million/6.5 18-49

10: Trauma Center (New): 30.4 million/7.5 18-49

11: Trauma Center (New): 29.5 million/8.2 18-49
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Wednesday, May 17:

Gen-TV's schedule was altered on Wednesday night as well, with "Selling Out" airing two episodes, paired with two episodes of "Running In Circles" and two episodes of "Trauma Center". Results were strong, with "Trauma Center" pulling its weight in demos and "Running In Circles" nearly matching the strong demos for "Selling Out."


8pm: Selling Out (New): 39.6 million/14.1 18-49

830: Selling Out (New): 39.9 million/14.8 18-49

9pm: Running In Circles (New): 44.23 million/14.2 18-49

930: Running In Circles (New): 44.8 million/14.4 18-49

10: Trauma Center (New): 40.4 million/9.23 18-49

11: Trauma Center (New): 35.4 million/8.9 18-49
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Thursday, May 18:


It was "Mama Fever" on Gen-TV with original episodes of "Raising Grandma" and 'Mama Knows Best" paired with two episodes of "Trauma Center" and the results were solid, with all performing above expectations.

8pm: Raising Grandma (New): 28.2 million/5.4 18-49

830: Raising Grandma (New): 30.3 million/5.6 18-49

9pm: Mama Knows Best (New): 30.4 million/7.4 18-49

930: Mama Knows Best (New): 29.4 million/6.7 18-49

10: Trauma Center (New): 33.2 million/7.8 18-49

11: Trauma Center (New): 28.3 million/8.3 18-49
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Friday, May 19-Saturday, May 20:

Gen-TV aired only reruns on these dates and rating will not be published.
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Sunday, May 21:

Gen-TV Finale Week started with a literal bang as the opening scene of "Sisters" began as shots rang out in an intense season-ending hostage situation involving nearly every major cast member, as the fall out of a season-long gambling storyline concludes for Margie (Tyne Daly). The episode was a strong performer, grabbing over 40 million viewers (the largest audience the series has had in over two years). The thrilling conclusion in part two featured the aftermath of Emily (Maura West) getting shot and having to fight her way back from death, in a special dream sequence. The series finale of "Code of Ethics" posted 34.2 million viewers and a 10.2 in demos. It makes you question why the series was canceled. An average episode of "Law & Order: New York City" closed out it's Gen-TV Network run with middling returns.

8pm: Sisters (Season 10 Finale, New) (Episode Title “The Look In Your Eyes Part 1”): 41.23 million/12.2 18-49

9pm: Sisters (Season 10 Finale, New) (Episode Title “The Look In Your Eyes Part 2”): 42.3 million/13.3 18-49

10pm: Code of Ethics (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “The End of Our Lives”): 34.2 million/10.2 18-49


11pm: Law & Order: New York (Season 3 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Under Siege”): 10.1 million/3.2 18-49

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Monday, May 22:

"Magic School" and "Trauma Center" were the big winners on Monday night, each posting series-highs in demos. "Zendaya" also performed decently; coming close to matching "Magic School" in demos.

8pm: Magic School (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Graduation”): 51.2 million/13.0 18-49

830pm: Zendaya (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Summer Vacation”): 44.4 million/12.9 18-49

9pm: Hart of Family (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Family Dinner”): 13.4 million/4.8 18-49

930: Outside The Lines (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title ”Racing Around”): 7.4 million/5.5 18-49

10: Trauma Center (Season 2 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Changing, Again”): 40.4 million/10.9 18-49

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Tuesday, May 23:

Gen-TV had a strong night on Tuesday; with its comedies being a real highlight. The "Ask Alyssa" finale was a bit of a misfire, losing its timeslot by a wide margin.

8pm: Making It Work (Season 4 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Basketball Tournament”): 13.4 million/4.4 18-49

830pm: Peretti Rules (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “Peretti’s Rules For Saying Goodbye”): 13.1 million/3.34 18-49

9pm: Every Other Weekend (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Summertime Blues”): 22.2 million/4.8 18-49

930: Sisterly Love (Season 2 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Finale 2”): 14.3 million/3.1 18-49

10: Ask Alyssa (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode title “23, May 2017”): 11.2 million/3.3 18-49

11: Places We Go (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “Our Last Stop”): 6.1 million/3.3 18-49

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Wednesday, May 24

There isn't much to report on Gen-TV's extremely solid Wednesday night line-up; where every show performed to expectation.

8pm: Unlikely Family (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Family Vacation Encore”): 20.3 million/4.4 18-49

830: Running In Circles (Season 2 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Running To You”): 19.3 million/4.4 18-49

9pm: Selling Out (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “The Contract Part 1”)—1-Hour Episode: 35.8 million/6.8 18-49

10: Boston Homicide (Season 1 Finale; New) (Episode Title “Strikeback”): 5.7 million/4.8 18-49

11: Cop City (Season 3 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Vengence”): 20.3 million/4.4 18-49

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Thursday, May 25:

Gen-TV's Thursday was a real winner, with "Raising Grandma" earning it's best ratings in months; and "Mallory's" earning it's highest rated hour of the season.

8pm: Raising Grandma (Season 2 Finale, New) (Episode Title “1 Year Review”): 35.5 million/5.8 18-49

830: Mama Knows Best (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Softening Up Mama”): 29.4 million/5.5 18-49


9pm: Nicki J’s World (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “Nicki’s Last Stand”): 6.2 million/3.1 18-49

930: Cooking For Dummies (Season 3 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Recipe For Love”): 11.1 million/5.5 18-49

10: The Mallory’s of Jefferson County (Season 5 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Coming Home”): 129.4 million/20.1 18-49

11: The Malones (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “End of A Dynasty”): 6.3 million/2.4 18-49

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Friday, May 26:

Gen-TV's last Friday of the season was fantastic; all series showed big increases week to week.

8pm: The Mulroney Mysteries (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “The Mystery of The Missing Button”): 60.3 million/10.54 18-49

9pm: Deadly Visions (Season 1 Finale; New) (Episode Title “Queen of Hearts”): 50.4 million/11.2 18-49

10: Soapless: Life After Daytime (Season 1 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Elizabeth Hubbard/Rachel Wyndham”): 24.4 million/9.3 18-49

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Saturday, May 27:

And Gen-TV's last Saturday of the season was a success, thanks to "Food Showdown" and "The Bidding War."

8pm: Food Showdown (Season 3 Finale; New) (Episode Title “Episode 70”): 23.9 million/5.9 18-49

9pm: Threesome (Season 4 Finale; New) (Episode Title “Over 30”)---Special 1-Hour Episode: 21.9 million/4.9 18-49

10: The Bidding War (Season 4 Finale, New) (Episode Title “Episode #97): 26.3 million/6.8 18-49

11: Intrusion (Series Finale, New) (Episode Title “Diversion”): 8.4 million/3.1 18-49
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Season Ending Ratings
---Mallory's #1 for fifth straight season


For a fifth straight season, "Mallory's of Jefferson County" is the #1 rated program on Gen-TV Network, though the series did lose about 30% of its audience year to year. Shockingly, the #2 rated series on Gen-TV this season was a freshmen comedy, "Selling Out."

Among the worst performers, this season for Gen-TV were "Going South" and "Suddenly Single", two freshmen comedies that were quickly canceled. Also scoring poorly for the network was the final season of "Hollywood Law" and formerly strong performers "Blood Relations" and "ColdFront."

The story was much the same among demographics, with "Mallory's" easily outscoring every other program on Gen-TV. Also strong among demographics were "Code of Ethics", a crime drama canceled after one season; veteran drama “Law & Order: NYC” and "Nicki J's World", which was axed after two seasons.

Below is the list of Gen-TV's, highest ranking series among the coveted 18-49 demographics:
RANK TITLE 18-49 DEMO AVERAGE
1. Mallory’s of Jefferson County 22.4
2. Selling Out 20.4
3. Trauma Center 19.2
4. Magic School 19.1
5. Zendaya 19.0
6. Boston Homicide 18.98
7. Deadly Visions 18.96
8. The Bidding War 18.95
9. Food Showdown 18.93
10. Nicki J’s World (tie)
Code of Ethics (tie) 18.92
11. Law & Order: NYC 18.91
12. Law & Order: Hate Crimes 18.90


Now here is the full ranking of every Gen-TV series among total viewers:
RANK TITLE AVERAGE (Total Viewers)
1. Mallory’s of Jefferson County 70 million
2. The Mulroney Mysteries 44.1 million
3. Deadly Visions 36.5 million
4. Magic School 35 million
5. Selling Out 34.99 million
6. Boston Homicide 34.98 million

7. Zendaya 34.97 million
8. Hollywood Law 30.2 million
9. The Bidding War 30.1 million
10. Food Showdown 29.4 million
11. Unlikely Family 29.3 million
12. Making It Work 29.2 million
13. Molly Says 28.4 million
14. Trauma Center 24.4 million
15. Unlikely Family 24.2 million
16. Raising Grandma 24 million
17. Law & Order: NYC 23.99 million
18. Bizzare Jobs 23.95 million
19. Into The Wild 23.94 million
20. Law & Order: Hate Crimes 22.3 million
21. Hart of Family 21.9 million
22. Mama Knows Best (tie)
Every Other Weekend (tie) 21.83 million
23. Code of Ethics 21.75 million
24. Running In Circles 21.73 million
25. I Said So 21.72 million
26. Cooking For Dummies 21.71 million
27. Justice Steele (tie)
Threesome (tie) 20.44 million
28. The Four of Us 15.4 million
29. Cook Vs. Cook: Celebrity Edition 14.9 million
30. Ask Alyssa 14.5 million
31. Man Seeking Man 14.1 million
32. Cop City (tie)
Outside The Lines (tie)
Sisterly Love (tie) 12.7 million
33. Nicki J’s World (tie)
Peretti Rules (tie)
Soapless: Life After Daytime (tie) 10.2 million
34. The Malones (tie)
Suddenly Single (tie)
Places We Go (tie) 6.5 million
35. Keke Fabulous 5.8 million
36. The Four of Us 5.4 million
37. Law & Order: Immigration 5.3 million
38. Desperately Amy 5.2 million
39. ColdFront 5.1 million
40. Blood Relations 5 million
41. Grand Champion 4.8 million
42. Security: Las Vegas 4.7 million
43. District Attorney 4.5 million
44. Gen-TV Presents: Live from Las Vegas 4.3 million
45. The Heist 4 million
46. Intrusion 3.9 million
47. Going South 2.5 million
48. Remixed: America’s Singing Competition 2.0 million
49. Arranged Marriage (tie)
The Badge: Atlanta (tie)
Defection (tie) 0.0 (Canceled Before Airing)

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Gen-TV Networks:
Season Ending Ratings
---Mallory's #1 for fifth straight season


For a fifth straight season, "Mallory's of Jefferson County" is the #1 rated program on Gen-TV Network, though the series did lose about 30% of its audience year to year. Shockingly, the #2 rated series on Gen-TV this season was a freshmen comedy, "Selling Out."

Among the worst performers, this season for Gen-TV were "Going South" and "Suddenly Single", two freshmen comedies that were quickly canceled. Also scoring poorly for the network was the final season of "Hollywood Law" and formerly strong performers "Blood Relations" and "ColdFront."

The story was much the same among demographics, with "Mallory's" easily outscoring every other program on Gen-TV. Also strong among demographics were "Code of Ethics", a crime drama canceled after one season; veteran drama “Law & Order: NYC” and "Nicki J's World", which was axed after two seasons.

Below is the list of Gen-TV's, highest ranking series among the coveted 18-49 demographics:
RANK TITLE 18-49 DEMO AVERAGE
1. Mallory’s of Jefferson County 22.4
2. Selling Out 20.4
3. Trauma Center 19.2
4. Magic School 19.1
5. Zendaya 19.0
6. Boston Homicide 18.98
7. Deadly Visions 18.96
8. The Bidding War 18.95
9. Food Showdown 18.93
10. Nicki J’s World (tie)
Code of Ethics (tie) 18.92
11. Law & Order: NYC 18.91
12. Law & Order: Hate Crimes 18.90


Now here is the full ranking of every Gen-TV series among total viewers:
RANK TITLE AVERAGE (Total Viewers)
1. Mallory’s of Jefferson County 70 million
2. The Mulroney Mysteries 44.1 million
3. Deadly Visions 36.5 million
4. Magic School 35 million
5. Selling Out 34.99 million
6. Boston Homicide 34.98 million

7. Zendaya 34.97 million
8. Hollywood Law 30.2 million
9. The Bidding War 30.1 million
10. Food Showdown 29.4 million
11. Unlikely Family 29.3 million
12. Making It Work 29.2 million
13. Molly Says 28.4 million
14. Trauma Center 24.4 million
15. Unlikely Family 24.2 million
16. Raising Grandma 24 million
17. Law & Order: NYC 23.99 million
18. Bizzare Jobs 23.95 million
19. Into The Wild 23.94 million
20. Law & Order: Hate Crimes 22.3 million
21. Hart of Family 21.9 million
22. Mama Knows Best (tie)
Every Other Weekend (tie) 21.83 million
23. Code of Ethics 21.75 million
24. Running In Circles 21.73 million
25. I Said So 21.72 million
26. Cooking For Dummies 21.71 million
27. Justice Steele (tie)
Threesome (tie) 20.44 million
28. The Four of Us 15.4 million
29. Cook Vs. Cook: Celebrity Edition 14.9 million
30. Ask Alyssa 14.5 million
31. Man Seeking Man 14.1 million
32. Cop City (tie)
Outside The Lines (tie)
Sisterly Love (tie) 12.7 million
33. Nicki J’s World (tie)
Peretti Rules (tie)
Soapless: Life After Daytime (tie) 10.2 million
34. The Malones (tie)
Suddenly Single (tie)
Places We Go (tie) 6.5 million
35. Keke Fabulous 5.8 million
36. The Four of Us 5.4 million
37. Law & Order: Immigration 5.3 million
38. Desperately Amy 5.2 million
39. ColdFront 5.1 million
40. Blood Relations 5 million
41. Grand Champion 4.8 million
42. Security: Las Vegas 4.7 million
43. District Attorney 4.5 million
44. Gen-TV Presents: Live from Las Vegas 4.3 million
45. The Heist 4 million
46. Intrusion 3.9 million
47. Going South 2.5 million
48. Remixed: America’s Singing Competition 2.0 million
49. Arranged Marriage (tie)
The Badge: Atlanta (tie)
Defection (tie) 0.0 (Canceled Before Airing)


Hollywood Now
Taking A Closer Look At Ratings
--Gen-TV Series Posting Largest Losses

Taking a closer look at Gen-TV's ratings we are examining the ten series with the largest year to year deficits overall. These ten series paint a very vivid picture of what is going on at Gen-TV as each one tells a unique story. Some of the series are still on air, while many others were canceled. We examine each series and it's unique rating's issues.

First off, here is the list:

1. District Attorney 4.5 million/2.1 18-49 -50% (households)/-60% (demos)
2. Blood Relations 5 million viewers/2.1 18-49 -45% (households)/-58% (demos)
3. ColdFront 5.1 million/3.3 18-49 -40% (households)/-44% (demos)
4. Hollywood Law 30.2 million/6.5 18-49 -39.5% (households)/22% (demos)
5. The Four of Us 5.4 million/2.4 18-49 -37.4% (households)/21.2%(demos)
6. Mallory’s of Jefferson County 70 million/22.4 -30% (households)/-22.2%(demos)
7. Nicki J’s World 18.92 million/10.2 18-49 28% (households)/20% (demos)
8. Bizzare Jobs 22.95/8.2 18-49 19.3% (households)/14% (demos)
9. Sisterly Love 12.7 million/6.5 18-49 15% (households)/10% (demos)
10. I Said So 21.72 million/5.6 18-49 10%(households)/9% (demos)


The series that lost the most viewers this season was "District Attorney"; a crime drama from "NYPD BLUE" producer Stephen Bochco that was once a solid hit, at its peak two years ago pulling in over 28 million viewers. It seems for this veteran drama, the end came because of Gen-TV's own callous scheduling of the show. As Bochco puts it "You can't expect viewers to find a show sixteen months after it last aired in a new timeslot with very little promotion." Indeed, it had been well over when Gen-TV finally burned off the show's final season, canceling the program shortly into that airing.

In the second and third positions are two series that were also once big successes, but that had a difficult time sustaining their premises. "Blood Relations" and "ColdFront", formerly prestige dramas that were also mainstream hits. The sudden and unexpected ratings drop of these two were a big story all season long, even garnering a cover story from TIME Magazine. In the case of "Blood Relations", it seems the issue was simply sustaining the serialized nature of the premise. Once the central mystery was solved early into the season it seemed writers had no way to keep building conflict and viewers turned away. "ColdFront" had a difficult time moving past a creative stumbling block early into the second season, and that divisive storyline drove many viewers away who did not return for the third season.

A big cast departure, the exit of star Jimmy Smits, and the arrival of new cast members that viewers never exactly warmed up to is the defining element to blame for "Hollywood Law" losing nearly 40% of its households and over 20% of its demos. While Jimmy Smits had a cool swagger to him, his replacement Harry Hamlin never really found his footing. Though the writing remained strong, viewers lost interest in the show when they clearly didn't take to the new characters. At least this show left the air with a strong backlog of episodes for its lucrative syndication deal.

The same can't be said for "The Four of Us", a second season comedy that completely disintegrated with audiences for no discernable reason. It is a sad end for a series that critics warmly embraced and that could have had a long run. Perhaps it is just an example of the fickled nature of tv viewers?

"Mallory's of Jefferson County" is still TV's number one rated series, and still commands more ad dollars than any other show on TV, but it isn't immune from rating's woes either. The notoriously expensive series fell nearly 30% in households and lost over 21% of its demos this season. Co-Creator John Tramm offered us his best guess for the rating's loss saying "We've been on the air for five seasons, no series is going to air five seasons without some viewer erosion." "It really isn't that big a deal though, we still outrank everything else on TV." It may not seem like a big deal, but to Gen-TV it probably is as the program is a big cash cow for the studio, and executives are right to worry about their main source of income losing viewers. Industry insiders warn us that producers of the series should expect Gen-TV to start cutting costs in the sixth season and probably looking to renegotiate some contracts if this trend continues.

The sudden reversal of fortune for "Nicki J's World", is a headscratcher. The series was a surprise success in its summer 2016 debut, but when season two returned in March 2017 it had lost almost 30% of its households and 20% of its demos, a sign that viewers were no long interested in the program. Perhaps Nicki Minaj's public persona was an issue, or maybe viewers just didn't like what they saw in season one? Perhaps given the limited choice of programming in the summer viewers watched out of lack of options and didn't return when other options were available?


The loss of viewers for "Bizarre Jobs" is unfortunate but may be a signal to Gen-TV that they need to stop rerunning their reality shows so often. Overexposure is the clear problem here, as Gen-TV aired this program almost non-stop since its premiere two seasons ago. According to our research since premiering in January 2016, Bizzare Jobs aired more than any other program on Gen-TV's schedule and was on the schedule in some form for 71 out of 75 weeks. Given these statistics, it is somewhat surprising Gen-TV was so quick to cancel a show that only lost about 20% of its audience in households and less than 15% in demos.

The final two shows on our list "I Said So" and "Sisterly Love" are radically different stories. "I Said So" is a veteran program that was scheduled to end its run before the season started and only lost about 10% in households and less in demos; a steady performer that was canned due to financials and not creatives. Whereas "Sisterly Love" is a sophomore series that has been a steady performer and has lost only a small fraction year to year. However, if that pattern continues it may be lights out for the program.
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Gen-TV Networks:
Summer 2017 Updated Programming Schedule & Details

Gen-TV has confirmed that their summer 2017 schedule will take effect on June 18, 2017. They have also issued a revised version of that schedule, which includes several new series and returning favorites such as "Love Affair" and "The Hardest Goodbye". The third season of "The Hardest Goodbye" will tackle the subject of HIV/AIDS instead of cancer as it had the last two seasons. An all-new cast will be featured in the anthology drama. The fifth season of "Love Affair" being dubbed "City Heat" moves from 1983-1984 to 1985-1986 and is centered in the New York Club scene of the late 1980's. Kate Walsh returns as Lydia Holloway in a recurring capacity. (Full casting details will be released later this week.)

The only major revision to the schedule is replacing reruns of "Boston Homicide" with new episodes of "The Mulroney Mysteries" and moving "Deadly Visions" to 11pm.

Below is the revised schedule:

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Summer 2017 Schedule
Effective: June 18, 2017
Bold Represents New Episodes


Gen-TV is officially announcing its Summer 2017 line-up.

Sunday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV!)
9pm: Love Affair: City Heat (New Season)
10pm: Love with Jennifer Love Hewitt (New Series)
11pm: Investigations & Explorations with Leah Remini (New Series)


NOTES: Game show “Climb The Pyramid” joins Gen-TV’s Monday through Friday schedule at 8 pm. At 9 pm, summer staple “Love Affair” moves into the late 1980’s and to New York City to follow a summer romance at a New York City nightclub. Kate Walsh returns as L Lydia, who know owns the club. At 10 pm, Jennifer Love Hewitt hosts a documentary about the history of Love in America. At 11 pm, Leah Remini comes to Primetime as “she teams with scientists, private investigators and other experts to explore and investigate some of the most fascinating and often unexplored aspects of life including scientific issues, health issues, and other general interest topics.” Some of the topics on tap for this season include the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart, the debate on Global Warming and some alternative theories on the OJ Simpson case.

Monday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV!)
9pm: Making It Work (Reruns)
930: Raising Grandma (New Episodes!)
10pm: The Mulroney Mysteries (New Episodes!, New Timeslot)
11pm: Deadly Visions (New Timeslot, New Episodes!)


Notes: A new episode of “Climb The Pyramid” is the lead-off a Monday night that includes reruns of “Making It Work”, brand new episodes of “Raising Grandma” followed by new episodes of crime dramas “The Mulroney Mysteries” and “Deadly Visions.”

Tuesday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV)
9pm: The Hardest Goodbye (New Season)
10pm: Cop City (New Episodes!)
11pm: Mob City (New Series)


NOTES: Tuesday is all new with “Climb The Pyramid”, a new season of cancer-drama “The Hardest Goodbye” (cast announcements coming soon!), new episodes of popular drama “Cop City” and it’s brand new spin-off “Mob City” (cast announcements coming soon).

Wednesday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV)
9pm: Hart of Family (New Episodes!)
930: Sisterly Love (New Episodes!)
10pm: Trauma Center (New Episodes!)
11pm: Without Borders (New Series!)


NOTES: Wednesday is all-new with “Climb The Pyramid”, new episodes of “Hart of Family” and “Sisterly Love”, a new season of “Trauma Center” and new docudrama “Without Borders”, which follows a team of doctors working with doctors without borders in war-torn, impoverished countries without access to regular medical treatment.

Thursday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV)
9pm: Celebrity Cooking Battles(New Season)
10pm: The Winners Circle (New Game Show!)

11pm: The Mallory’s of Jefferson County (Reruns)

NOTES: On Thursday night it is three hours of game shows with “Climb The Pyramid”, “Celebrity Cooking Battles”, new trivia series “The Winners Circle” followed by reruns of “The Mallory’s of Jefferson County.”

Friday:

8pm: Climb The Pyramid (New To Gen-TV)
9pm: Selling Out (Reruns)
930: Every Other Weekend (Reruns)
10pm: Being Janet Jackson (New Season)
11pm: Sisters (New Episodes!)


NOTES: Friday night has “Climb The Pyramid” at 8pm, followed by reruns of “Selling Out” and “Every Other Weekend”, a new season of “Being Janet Jackson” and season 11 of “Sisters”.

Saturday:

8pm: Magic School (Reruns)
830: Zendaya (Reruns)
9pm: Outside The Lines (Reruns)
930: Mama Knows Best (Reruns)
10pm: Unlikely Family (Reruns)
1030pm: Threesome (Reruns)
11pm: The Mulroney Mysteries (Reruns)

NOTES: Saturday night is all reruns with “Magic School”, “Zendaya”, “Outside The Lines”, “Mama Knows Best”, “Unlikely Family”, “Threesome” and “The Mulroney Mysteries.”
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Monday, May 29th Ratings - YTN
At 9pm, a new episode of Living in Fear slid to 3.31 million viewers and 0.8/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth to a new series low. Half hour: 0.841/0.838

At 10pm, a new episode of Serial recorded 4.35 million viewers and 1.0/3 among adults 18-49, even with last weeks series low. Half hour: 1.035/1.041



Tuesday, May 30th Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, a new episode of The Neighborhood bopped up to 8.03 million viewers and 2.0/6 among adults 18-49, up two tenths from last weeks series low. Half hour: 1.963/1.966

At 9pm, week three of Miami Medical Examiner eased to 6.81 million viewers and 1.0/4 among adults 18-49, down a tenth from last week. Half hour: 1.103/0.959

At 10pm, a new episode of Bloodlines dipped to 6.83 million viewers and 1.0/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth from last week. Half hour: 0.985/1.011



Wednesday, May 31st Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, week three of 30 Seconds to Win dropped to 3.98 million viewers and 0.6/3 among adults 18-49, down two tenths to a new series low. Half hour: 0.601/0.613

At 9pm, a new episode of Locked remained at 3.76 million viewers and 0.6/3 among adults 18-49, even with last weeks series low. Half hour: 0.619/0.614

YTN aired repeats in the 10 o'clock hour.



Thursday, June 1st Ratings - YTN
At 8pm, a new episode of Extended Family totaled 5.79 million viewers and 1.1/3 among adults 18-49, even with last week. Unrounded: 1.116

At 830pm, a new episode of Raising Teenagers notched 4.39 million viewers and 0.8/3 among adults 18-49, even with last week. Unrounded: 0.834

At 9pm, a new episode of Friends of Mine descended to 3.23 million viewers and 0.7/3 among adults 18-49, down a tenth to a new series low. Unrounded: 0.739

At 930pm, a new episode of UpSelling amassed 5.05 million viewers and 1.0/3 among adults 18-49, even for the third week in a row. Unrounded: 1.003

At 10pm, week three of Life after Prison inched up to 3.98 million viewers and 0.7/3 among adults 18-49, up a tenth from last week. Half hour: 0.731/0.727



Friday June 2nd Ratings - YTN
Four episodes of Outdoor Renovation, as follows:
8pm - 1.86 million (0.363 demo)
830pm - 1.79 million (0.352 demo)
9pm - 1.87 million (0.368 demo)
930pm - 1.82 million (0.365 demo)

At 10pm, episode six of cancelled XXX: My Life Story pulled in 1.37 million viewers and 0.4/1 among adults 18-49, even with last week. Half hour: 0.395/0.387
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THE HOLLYWOOD INSIDER

YTN MIXES UP SUMMER COMEDY BLOCK
Effective next week, there will be a few changes coming to the YTN Thursday summer comedy block.

Freshman comedy UpSelling will shift to the tentpole 9 o'clock hour, bumping third year comedy Friends of Mine to 930. The move comes on the heals of some rough numbers for Friends of Mine - since it began airing in the summer season. The show skews much younger than the rest of the lineup and has struggled to recapture its audience.

Meanwhile, UpSelling has a been a huge surprise for YTN, and they are confident enough in the product to move it to 9. Airing as part of a deal with GEN-TV, UpSelling was given an in-season boost, airing two episodes on Monday nights - with okay results. In its summer season, the breakout comedy has averaged a 1.0 for three straight episodes - and building significantly from its Friends of Mine lead in each week.

UpSelling is by far the most successful series to come from the pact with GEN-TV. Returning later this summer, Second Chance has aired for two low-rated seasons (and will continue airing for another two), while newbie Life After Prison has disappointed (YTN is required to air two more seasons). Luckily for YTN, UpSelling has a full 22 episode second season order, with filming already beginning at GEN-TV.

As for Friends of Mine, this is likely the end of the road. Debuting two seasons ago (at midseason), the comedy never found a large audience but skewed much-younger than the rest of the lineup, so it secured a second season. That second season brought an above-average sophomore year drop, with even more rapid declines in season three. Those declines forced the series off the midseason schedule and into summer, where it has cratered.

Insiders tell us the network has remained quiet about prospects for the show and haven't approached anyone on the set about a possible fourth season. With 68 episodes aired by the end of this season, however, it would be odd for YTN not to order a few more episodes for a complete syndication package.
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The Hardest Goodbye
Casting Season 3


Gen-TV Studios has released the casting details for the principal cast members for season three of "The Hardest Goodbye"; their acclaimed and highly-rated summer anthology series focused on people dealing with terminal illness. This season the series shifts from cancer to AIDS, and for the first time ever the storyline of the season will focus on multiple characters from various time periods instead of focusing on just one group of characters in the present.


Matthew Lillard as Allen Kingbury: Allen is a 42-year-old gay man living in Los Angeles in 1987 who has learned that due to his partner's infidelity he has contracted AIDS.

Dallas Roberts as Jeff Taylor: Jeff is a 44-year-old gay man living in Los Angeles in 1987 who has AIDS and who has infected his partner, Allen.
Kevin Wiesman as Clinton Griggs: Clinton is a 47-year-old man living in Texas in 1987 who has contracted AIDS after a blood transfusion. In addition to dealing with his health issues, he also must deal with his family and friends volatile reaction to this news.

Randy Harrison as Davis Malcolm: Davis is a 40-year-old gay man living in Los Angeles, CA in 2017 and has just adopted an 18-month old son who has AIDS.

Sean Hayes as Trevor Malcolm: Trevor is Davis’s husband and has also adopted an 18-month old son. Trevor is HIV-positive having contracted the disease in 1987.

Sigourney Weaver as Linda Morton: Linda is a 65-year-old woman in 1993 Texas who learns that her estranged son, Damon has died of AIDs. Linda is devastated that her son has died and that she wasted the last five years estranged from him.

William H. Macy as Frank Morton: Frank is Linda’s 67-year-old husband who is the main source of her estrangement from her now-deceased son Damon. Frank is a violent, alcoholic, homophobic who kicked Damon out of the house five years ago when he discovered Damon is gay. Frank cut off all financial funding for Damon, causing him to drop out of college (since he couldn’t afford it on his own), become homeless and contract AIDS as a result of having to become a prostitute to survive.

Rosie O’Donnelle as Rochelle Masters: Rochelle is a 65 years old and is one of the most famous journalists in the country. She has secretly started HIV treatments at a brand new clinic in L.A. run by the current authority on the disease. She is desperately trying to keep her illness a secret so her career won’t be ruined. She is a gay woman and has not yet come out publically.

Kathy Bates as Dr. Lydia Reyerson: Dr. Lydia Masters is a 67-year-old straight woman and is the foremost authority on the disease in 1996, having discovered a new medication that seems to be slowing and in some cases stopping the transition from HIV to AIDS. She is running a brand new clinic and is secretly treating Rochelle Masters. Lydia’s son Jeremy Ryerson, a 35-year-old actor has recently been diagnosed with HIV and she hopes to prevent him from getting AIDS.

Darren Criss as Jeremy Reyerson: Jeremy is a successful, 35-year-old actor in 1996 who is Lydia Ryerson’s son. He has contracted HIV from a one-night stand with a random model he met on the set of a movie he was in. Jeremy has told only his mother, and his wife, Lindsay about his having HIV.

Brooke Nevin as Lindsay Bains: Lindsay is Jeremy Ryerson's wife and a successful actress in her own right. She has just learned that her husband has contracted HIV and she must be tested.
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"Finding Home":


Showtime has released two trailers for "Finding Home", their upcoming Gen-TV Studios owned series that features two very distinct points of view. The first trailer called "Trailer Red" features Maggie (Susan Sarandon) learning she has cancer and only about three years left to live. It shows brief memories she is having of her late husband and of her estranged daughter and son. It runs about 2 1/2 minutes long. The second trailer caled "Trailer Green"; features Sarah (Carrie Preston) dealing with her husband dying suddenly and the news she is now pregnant with twins. It runs 1 1/2 minutes long.

Showtime has also released to the press a special critics only cut of the extended pilot so critics could review it before its May 2017 premiere. Reviews have been pouring in from critics and the consensus is very positive. It currently holds a 86% on metacritic, the critics review site indicating "Universal Acclaim" and it holds a 75% on Rotten Tomatoes, indicating "Generally Positive Reviews." Here is a small sampling of the glowing reviews the program is garnering so far:

USA Now Magazine Review by TV Critic Sarah Gilmore:

"Finding Home is a show that could easily have gone for cheap sentiment and crass cliches about death and finding oneself. Thankfully for us, this show actively avoids those sort of overdone TV tropes and instead focuses on letting us get to know the characters who occupy their world. Characters, which by the way are richly written, deeply and intimately developed and nearly flawlessly crafted by Executive Producer Sarah Treem. "


TV Today Magazine Review by TV Critics Stefanie Paulson and Jeffery James:

"Susan Sarandon so fully occupies the character of Maggie that it allows the show to throw us several gut punches that would feel cheap and unearned on other series." "In the first five minutes of this pilot episode Maggie is diagnosed with cancer, finds out her ex-husband has died; is chased down by thugs and nearly robbed at an ATM machine and stops a criminal from assaulting her next door neighbor." "In many shows this sort of plot would portray Maggie as a modern day wonder woman but here she is allowed to be a average woman dealing with less than average circumstances." "So intimately are the details of Maggie's life shown to us that we instantly develop a feeling of wanting Maggie to beat cancer, a fact that in the pilot is told very clearly is impossible given the advanced stage of her disease."


Showtime's Big Hit
--Gen-TV Studios series "Finding Home" hits big for Showtime

Produced by Gen-TV Studios and airing on Showtime, "Finding Home" a new drama starring Susan Sarandon and Carrie Preston debuted to fantastic numbers on May 15th and has held steady each week since. The series premiere of the program drew a stunning 2.8 million viewers and a 4.2 in the 18-49 demo. This easily makes it the strongest debut for a new series in Showtime history, trumping the 2011 "Homeland" premiere by nearly a half a million viewers.

The good news continues for the series, as ratings have held steady week to week in the subsequent three airings. Episode two (May 22) rated 2.7/4.1, Episode three (May 29) rated 2.4/4.0 and episode four (June 5) rated 2.6/3.8. Gen-TV Studios Executive Alex Montez says "This is an unqualified success for Gen-TV Studios and we are thrilled that people are responding to the powerful messages of hope and triumphing over adversity that this series so poignantly delivers."

It isn't just viewers who have responded as the series has attracted unanimous praise. On the professional review site Metacritic it holds a 97% rating, up from 86% in January. On Rotten Tomatoes, another review site, "Finding Home" holds an 84% rating. These rankings indicate universal acclaim.

Response from Showtime is also positive, with Showtime President of Programming Gary Levine saying "Everybody at Showtime is extremely proud to be airing Finding Home and we are overjoyed at the positive response it has gotten so far from viewers and critics." "Finding Home is a once in a generation success story for us."
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First Run Series Updates

Gen-TV Studios is proud to announce the following status updates for several programs produced by Gen-TV Studios for first run on other broadcasting outlets:


"Single Again":

Gen-TV Studios is proud to announce details for the second season of "Single Again"; a comedy series about newly single roommates who all happen to be middle aged and single again for the first time since their 20's.

The programs first 40-episodes debuted in January 2017 and completed airing on March 17th (2017). The series averaged 1.89 million viewers/3.8 in demos. Starring Jasmine Guy, Kim Fields, Robin Givens, Elise Neal and Kim Coles it ranks as the #3 rated TV series among African-American viewers in households (#1 is Black-ish on ABC and #2 is a tie between ABC's How To Get Away with Murder and BET's Being Mary Jane.) The series is also the #2 series among African-American Females aged 25-40, with #1 being FOX's Empire.

TV One plans to air the second batch of 40-episodes between May and August 2017. This is in line with the series original order of 200 episodes to be spread out over 5 seasons of 40 episodes each.


"1-2-3 Cook:"

A&E announced today that Gen-TV Studios produced cooking series "1-2-3 Cook" will start airing its second season in May 2017. The series averaged over 9 million viewers in its primetime airings between October 2016 and February 2017. In its daytime airings, the series reached over 2 million viewers in the same time period.

The first season contained 60 episodes, and the second season will contain 45 episodes. When the series was bought by A&E, it was for a 3-season order of 150 episodes.

The interactive and instructional cooking series is hosted by Amanda Freitag and Alton Brown.


"Faded Beauties":

Despite lackluster ratings in season 1, Bravo TV will go ahead and air previously ordered second and third seasons of the modeling themed nighttime soap opera starring Serena Scott Thomas, Heather Locklear and Nia Peeples.

Despite averaging just under 1 million viewers and a .82 in demos, while airing between January and February 2017, Bravo will air a second season of 13-episodes between June and July 2017.

However, there is a catch; Bravo has asked Gen-TV Studios to make some casting adjustments. Nia Peeples is being axed from the show and is being replaced by two different characters; who will be played by Model/Actress Stephanie Seymour (Angel, Models Inc.,) and Charisma Carpenter (Scream Queens, The Lying Game, Angel, Buffy The Vampire Slayer). Peeples character will be written out of the series by having moved out of the country.



"Texas Law":

Gen-TV Studios is announcing that they will not be producing a second season of first-run drama "Texas Law", a legal procedural series about Texas lawyers. The series averaged only 100,000 viewers in its freshmen season which aired January 8, 2017-February 20, 2017.



"Celebrity Dreamhouse Project and Please, Fix My House":

Lifetime TV has announced second season renewals for Gen-TV Studios produced reality series "Celebrity Dreamhouse Project" and "Please, Fix My House", both of which scored huge ratings when they aired in Fall 2016.

"Celebrity Dreamhouse Project" follows a group of celebrities who are building houses for Habitat for Humanity while also competing to win cash and prizes for a family who will become the owners of the newly built home. It averaged over 15 million viewers over its first season. Lifetime will air a second season of 20 episodes starting in May 2017 and completing in August 2017. Alyssa Milano will be replaced as host by Chrissy Tiegen.


"Please, Fix My House", a home renovation series hosted by Paige Davis and Doug Wilson averaged over 4 million viewers in its first season and will return with a new batch of 40 episodes to air between April and August 2017.


"Upselling & Life After Prison":

YTN Network still holds the rights to scripted comedy "Upselling" and reality docudrama "Life After Prison" and is said to be working on scheduling them soon. They were both leased to YTN network from Gen-TV Studios last fall.


Ratings for Gen-TV's First Run
--Gen-TV Studios First Run Series

Ratings report for first-run programming produced by Gen-TV Studios:

"Faded Beauties":

Season two of "Faded Beauties", a Gen-TV Studios produced modeling soap opera debuted on Bravo Network on June 2nd and rated 1.1 million/.97 18-49. This is an improvement over last season, where it rated under a million viewers and got .84 in demos.


This uptick is a sign of encouragement for the series, but only time will tell if ratings hold up the remainder of the season.
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GEN-TV was a leading contender today when that National Association Of Diversity named it's nominees for the 2010 Diversity Awards. The group which honors media portrayls the promote and encourage tolerance and acceptance are handed out every year on Valentines day and the nominees are always announced on Thanksgiving day the year before. GEN-TV was nominated for 21 awards at this years awards, the full list of nominees is included below (thanks to our friends at the associated press). GEN-TV nominees are bolded.


Oustanding Episodic TV Episode:
"Hot Tamales"-"Hot Club In Town"- GEN-TV
"Mordern Family"- "Pilot"- ABC
"Grey's Anatomy"- "Sweet Surrender"- ABC
"The Story Of Jacob"- "Pilot"- GEN-TV
"Second Family"- "Boys Vs. Girls"- GEN-TV
"The Good Wife"- "Pilot"- CBS

Outstanding Drama Series Of The Year:
"The Story Of Jacob"- GEN-TV
"Eli Stone"- ABC
"ER"- NBC
"Grey's Anatomy"- ABC
"Brothers & Sisters"- ABC
"Criminal Minds"- CBS

Outstanding Comedy Series Of The Year:
"Hot Tamales"- GEN-TV
"Second Family"- GEN-TV
"Modern Family"- ABC
"The New Adventures Of Old Christine"- CBS
"The Office"- NBC
"Brothers"- FOX

Outstanding Daily Serial Of The Year:
"One Life To Live", ABC
"As the World Turns", CBS
"Days Of Our Lives", NBC
"The Young & The Restless", CBS
"Guiding Light", CBS/GEN-TV
"All My Children", ABC

Outstanding Reality Program Of The Year:
"The Real World: Cancun", MTV
"Ivy Halls", GEN-TV
"Top Chef", Bravo
"Kathy Griffin: My Life on The D-List", Bravo
"Extreme Make-Over: Home Edition", ABC
"The Amazing Race", CBS

Outstanding Actress In A Drama (primetime):
Maura Tierney, "ER", NBC
Frances Conroy, "The Story Of Jacob", GEN-TV
Marianne Jean Baptiste, "Without A Trace", GEN-TV/CBS
Angela Bassett, "ER", NBC
Gabrielle Union, "Flashforward", ABC
Melina Kanakaredies, "CSI: New York", CBS

Outstanding Actor In A Drama (primetime):
Laurence Fishburne, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", CBS
Jonathon Jackson, "The Story Of Jacob", GEN-TV
Enrico Muricano, "Without A Trace", CBS/GEN-TV
Tom Everett Scott, "This Time Around", GEN-TV
Simon Baker, "The Mentalist", CBS
Hugh Laurie, "House", FOX

Outstanding Actress In A Drama Series (daytime):
Renee Jones, "Days Of Our Lives", NBC
Kelly Monaco, "General Hospital", ABC
Crystall Chappell, "Guiding Light", CBS/GEN-TV
Louise Sorell, "Days Of Our Lives", NBC
Erika Slezak, "One Life To Live", ABC
Robin Strasser, "One Life To Live", ABC
Jeanne Cooper, "The Young & The Restless", CBS

Outstanding Actor In A Drama Series (daytime):
Bryton James, "The Young & The Restless", CBS
Lawerence St. Victor, "Guiding Light", CBS/GEN-TV
Maurice Bernard, "General Hospital", ABC
Ricky Paul Goldin, "All My Children", ABC
Galen Gerring, "Days Of Our Lives", NBC
Brandon Beemer, "The Bold & The Beautiful", CBS
Nicolas Rodreguiez, "One Life To Live", ABC

Outstanding Actress In A Comedy:
Eva La Rue, "Hot Tamales", GEN-TV
Tamera Mowry, "Second Family", GEN-TV
Kirstie Alley, "Starting From Scratch", GEN-TV
Sofia Vegera, "Modern Family", ABC
America Ferrera, "Ugly Betty", ABC
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "The New Adventures Of Old Christine", CBS

Outstanding Actor In A Comdey:
Rider Strong, "Second Family", GEN-TV
Daryl Mitchell, "Brothers", FOX
Michael Urie, "Ugly Betty", ABC
Johnny Galecki, "The Big Bang Theory", CBS
Harry Hamlin, "Starting From Scratch", GEN-TV

Outstanding Network Of The Year:
GEN-TV
ABC
CBS
Bravo
CW
Lifetime



(The Winners will be announced in February).



Gen-TV Among Nominees
---Diversity Group Honors Gen-TV

For the first time since the 2009-2010 season; Gen-TV Network has been honored by the National Diversity Awards. The national award honoring diversity in media portrayal was given out annually from 1980 until 2011 when the founding group behind it the National Association of Diversity disbanded. The group was reformed in 2014 but has not revived their awards ceremony until this year.


Among the nominees from Gen-TV are "Raising Grandma", "Sisters", "Making It Work", "Zendaya", "Trauma Center" and "District Attorney."

Below is the full set of nominees, with winners in BOLD.


Oustanding Episodic TV Episode:

"Black-Ish", ABC ("Lemons")
"Orange Is the New Black", Netflix ("The Animals")
"Orange Is The New Black", Netflix ("Toast Can Never Be Bread Again
"Raising Grandma", Gen-TV ("Sibling Relations")
"Sisters", "Gen-TV ("Married People Pt. 1")
"Call Girls", YTN ("People Problems")
"This Is Us", NBC ("Pilot")
"This Is Us", NBC ("Memphis")
"District Attorney", Gen-TV ("Different Worlds")




Outstanding Drama Series Of The Year:

District Attorney, Gen-TV
Call Girls, YTN
WestWorld, HBO
Orange Is the New Black, Netflix
Trauma Center, Gen-TV
Cops of New York, YTN
This Is Us, NBC
Grey's Anatomy, ABC
Blindspot, NBC
How To Get Away With Murder, ABC
Empire, FOX


Outstanding Comedy Series Of The Year:

Girls, HBO
Raising Grandma, Gen-TV
Zendaya, Gen-TV
Making It Work, Gen-TV
Blended, YTN
Silicon Valley, HBO
Master of None, Netflix
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Netflix
Magic School, Gen-TV


Outstanding Daily Serial Of The Year:

"Edge of Justice", Gen-TV
"the Bold & the Beautiful", CBS
"Days of Our Lives", NBC
"General Hospital", ABC
"the Young & the Restless", CBS

Outstanding Reality Program Of The Year:

"The Amazing Race", CBS
"The Bachelorette", ABC
"Bizarre Jobs", Gen-TV
"Looking for Love", YTN
"RuPaul's Drage Race", Logo/VH1
"Survivor", CBS
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta", Bravo

Outstanding Actress In A Drama (primetime):

Lynne Whitfield, Blood Relations, Gen-TV
Priyanka Chopra, Quantico, ABC
Kerry Washington, Scandal, ABC
Nicey Nash, Scream Queens, FOX
Tarajiah P. Henson, Empire, Fox
Viola Davis, How To Get Away With Murder, ABC
CCH Pounder, NCIS: New Orleans, CBS
Danielle Brooks, Orange Is the New Black, Netflix
Samira Wiley, Orange Is The New Black, Netflix
Lisa Nicole Carson, Sisters, Gen-TV
Regina King, American Crime, ABC


Outstanding Actor In A Drama (primetime):

Rami Malek, Mr. Robot, USA
Daniel Sunjata, Notorious, ABC
Terrence Howard, Empire, FOX
Riz Ahmed, The Night Of, HBO
Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us, NBC
Lou Diamond Phillips, Cop City, Gen-TV
Jussie Smollet, Empire, FOX
Morris Chesnut, Rosewood, FOX


Outstanding Actress In A Comedy:

Rashida Jones, Making It Work, Gen-TV
Jackee Harry, Raising Grandma, Gen-TV
Zendaya Coleman, Zendaya, Gen-TV
America Ferrera, Superstore, NBC
Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-Ish, ABC
Yara Shahidi, Black-Ish, ABC
Jennifer Lewis, Black-Ish, ABC
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family, ABC
Gina Rodriguez, Jane The Virgin, CW


Outstanding Actor In A Comedy:

Anthony Anderson, Black-Ish, ABC
Tony Plana, Cooking For Dummies, Gen-TV
Flex Alexander, Zendaya, Gen-TV
Kunal Nanjani, Silicon Valley, HBO
Kunal Nayyar, Big Bang Theory, CBS
Titus Burgess, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Netflix
Lamorne Morris, New Girl, FOX



Outstanding Network Of The Year:

FOX
Gen-TV
ABC
FX
HBO
YTN
Bravo
BET
MTV
VH1

This year, the association has also given out several brand new awards; a full description follows:

Lifetime Achievement Awards For Acting:

--Presented to one or more actor or actresses who have given an outstanding lifetime of work.

Cicely Tyson
Eva Longoria
Vanessa L. Williams
Diana Ross
Brandy Norwood
Telma Hopkins
Blair Underwood
Jimmy Smits
Morgan Freeman
Halle Berry
Angela Bassett



The Trailblazers Award:

Given to a non-actor whose impact on the TV industry has been profund and whose work has helped to spread inclusion, tolerance and acceptance.

Eva Vargas, Executive, YTN Network
Ross Chin, Executive, Gen-TV Studios
Channing Dungey, Executive, ABC Entertainment Group
Oprah Winfrey, TV Host ("The Oprah Winfrey Show", "Oprah's Where Are They Now",etc/Executive, OWN Network
Andy Cohen, TV Host (various Bravo TV Shows"/Producer, Most Talkative Productions
RuPaul (Charles), TV Host ("Rupaul's Drag Race")
Shonda Rhimes, TV Producer/Writer/Showrunner ("How To Get Away With Murder", "Scandal", etal)
Lee Daniels, Director/Producer/Showrunner ("Empire")
Tyler Perry, Director/Producer/Showrunner ("The Haves & The Have Nots", "Tyler Perry's House of Payne", etc)
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