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'Tyra' struts into first syndie market

16 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has announced the first clearance for The Tyra Banks Show, which launches in syndication in fall 2005. WBDTD said the talk show, hosted by supermodel-actress Tyra Banks, has been cleared to air at 10 a.m. on NBC affiliate KGW-TV in Portland, Ore., the nation's 24th-largest market. Station reps did not return calls by press time. Separately, WBDTD said that it has sold the weekend broadcast syndication window for off-net dramas Without a Trace and Cold Case to the Viacom Television Stations Group. The weekend runs of Trace debut in fall 2006; Cold Case in fall 2007. Meanwhile, Sony Pictures Television said court show Judge Hatchett has been renewed for its upcoming sixth season in more than 86% of the country -- including the top 25 markets -- with 21 Fox O&O stations renewing the strip for 2005-06. »

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Harrington gets 'Inside' Fox drama

13 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Jay Harrington has joined the cast of Fox's upcoming drama series The Inside. Harrington will portray Paul Fattore, an agent working in a unit of the FBI investigating violent crimes. He'll star opposite Rachel Nichols, who was previously cast as a young female undercover agent. Harrington will take the role originally played by Peter Facinelli, who departed the project this month after the role was reconceived (HR 12/3). The Inside, from 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television, is set to premiere in the spring. Harrington most recently appeared on the WB Network's Summerland and also starred in NBC's short-lived Coupling. He also recently appeared on NBC's Las Vegas and CBS' Without a Trace. On the film side, Harrington is starring in the upcoming indie feature Partners opposite Josh Cooke. Harrington is represented by Abe Hoch at A Management, ICM and attorney Dave Feldman at Bloom, Hergott, Diemer, Rosenthal and LaViolette Llp. »

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CSA honors 'Rock,' 'River' with Artios

14 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Warner Bros. Pictures' Mystic River and Paramount Pictures' School of Rock were the top winners in the film category at the Casting Society of America's 20th annual Artios Awards, held in simultaneous events in Beverly Hills and New York. Phyllis Huffman and Carolyn Pickman were recognized Tuesday for feature film (drama) casting for River, while Ilene Starger was honored for feature film casting (comedy) for Rock. Ferne Cassel and Kimberly Mullen walked away with the award for independent feature film casting for their work on Monster. In television, Gary M. Zuckerbrod won dramatic episodic casting for CBS' Without a Trace, while the dramatic pilot casting nod went to John Papsidera and Wendy O'Brien for HBO's Carnivale. »

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CBS in running for 3 SHINE Awards

29 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS' Still Standing and Joan of Arcadia are among the top nominees for this year's SHINE Awards, which recognize accurate portrayals of adolescent sexual health issues. HBO Films will receive the Corporate Special Achievement Award from the Media Project, the nonprofit group that administers the awards. Finalists for top comedy series are Still Standing, ABC's 8 Simple Rules, the WB Network's Grounded for Life and Fox's The Bernie Mac Show. Drama contenders are Joan of Arcadia, NBC's ER and Law & Order: SVU, CBS' Without a Trace and Lifetime's Strong Medicine. The awards will be handed out Oct. 16 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood. »

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CBS opens season with weeknight wins

26 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

"Brace yourself for a killer season" was the tag line CBS used to promote the fifth-season premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, but it might as well be a slogan for the network, if the early returns from last week's season premieres are any indication. For the first time in 15 years or more, CBS won Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the first official week of the fall season, and it came within a hair of ABC for No. 1 in the demo Monday. In total viewers, CBS logged a clean sweep of wins from Monday-Friday. The eye network's strength was powerfully demonstrated on Thursday with the opener of CSI, which drew some 30.6 million viewers and an 11.4 rating/28 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, and all-time high numbers from Without a Trace, according to Nielsen Media Research. On Monday, CSI: Miami kicked off its third season in fine form, while Wednesday's premiere of the latest spinoff, CSI: NY, convincingly beat NBC's incumbent Law & Order in their first showdown and promised to put CBS on the map in a time slot where it has been MIA for many seasons. »

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Strong bow for 'CSI' powers CBS win Thursday

24 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS was on fire again Thursday, winning the first showdown of the season against NBC on primetime's most lucrative night thanks to the fifth-season premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and all-time high ratings from Without a Trace. CSI raked in an eye-popping 30 million viewers and impressive 11.1 rating/28 share in the adults 18-49 demographic at 9 p.m., according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. NBC's Apprentice 2 (15.7 million, 8.0/20) couldn't keep up with the CSI competition but essentially held its ground from last week in viewers and 18-49. At 10 p.m., Trace (21.4 million, 7.4/19) notched its first-ever win in viewers against NBC's ER (19.7 million, 9.9/25). That marked ER's first loss in viewers in head-to-head competition with another drama series since the NBC powerhouse bowed in 1994. »

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NBC's 'Apprentice 2' can't fire CBS, 'CSI'

24 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS was on fire again Thursday, winning the first showdown of the season against NBC on primetime's most lucrative night thanks to the fifth-season premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and all-time high ratings from Without a Trace. CSI raked in an eye-popping 30 million viewers and impressive 11.1 rating/28 share in the adults 18-49 demographic at 9 p.m., according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. NBC's Apprentice 2 (15.7 million, 8.0/20) couldn't keep up with the CSI competition but essentially held its ground from last week in viewers and 18-49. At 10 p.m., Trace (21.4 million, 7.4/19) notched its first-ever win in viewers against NBC's ER (19.7 million, 9.9/25). That marked ER's first loss in viewers in head-to-head competition with another drama series since the NBC powerhouse bowed in 1994. »

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Bruckheimer, NBC meeting in Pentagon

23 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NBC has given a series commitment to a defense-themed drama from producer Jerry Bruckheimer. A search is under way for a writer for the project, which is set in the Pentagon. Jerry Bruckheimer TV and Warner Bros. TV are producing with Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman executive producing. Bruckheimer and WBTV first teamed with NBC last year for a private investigator drama, which didn't go forward. The series commitment for that show has now been rolled over to the new project. Jerry Bruckheimer TV has six series -- all on CBS -- on the air in the fall: the three CSI series, Without a Trace, Cold Case and the reality show The Amazing Race. Without a Trace and Cold Case are co-produced with WBTV. Jerry Bruckheimer TV is repped by CAA. »

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Bruckheimer, NBC meeting in Pentagon

23 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NBC has given a series commitment to a defense-themed drama from producer Jerry Bruckheimer. A search is under way for a writer for the project, which is set in the Pentagon. Jerry Bruckheimer TV and Warner Bros. TV are producing with Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman executive producing. Bruckheimer and WBTV first teamed with NBC last year for a private investigator drama, which didn't go forward. The series commitment for that show has now been rolled over to the new project. Jerry Bruckheimer TV has six series -- all on CBS -- on the air in the fall: the three CSI series, Without a Trace, Cold Case and the reality show The Amazing Race. Without a Trace and Cold Case are co-produced with WBTV. Jerry Bruckheimer TV is repped by CAA. »

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NBC's 'Comic' strong but CBS is stronger Thurs.

13 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NBC scored its best Thursday numbers since the May with the finale of Last Comic Standing, but CBS still took the night on the strength of Big Brother 5 and drama repeats. NBC's Last Comic, which crowned John Heffron as king of the standups, averaged 9.1 million viewers and 4.4 rating/13 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. That was up 19% from the finale of last summer's Comic. The 9 p.m. closer of Comic, which spiked from its Will & Grace repeat lead-in (6.6 million, 2.9/9), also marked the first telecast to top a repeat of CBS' CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in adults 18-49 (NBC's 4.3/13 to CBS' 4.2/13) since ABC's NBA finals coverage in June. But CBS nonetheless took the night on the strength of 8 p.m.'s Big Brother (10 million, 3.9/13) and 10 p.m.'s Without a Trace (10.8 million, 3.5/10). Despite the Comic lead-in, NBC's 10 p.m. encore of ER (6 million, 2.6/8) was little competition for Trace. ABC wasn't much of a factor for the night with two repeats of Extreme Makeover capped by newsmagazine Primetime Live adding up to a nightly average of 7.1 million viewers and 2.4/7 in the key demo. Fox was even worse off with a repeat of its Celebrity Boxing 2 special (3.6 million, 1.6/5) getting KO'd from 8-10 p.m. For the night, CBS led with 10.9 million viewers and 3.9/12 in adults 18-49. NBC was No. 2 with 7.2 million and 3.2/10 in the demo. »

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CBS gets help from 'Big Brother' in Thurs. win

23 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS was on top again Thursday with the antics of Big Brother 5 and repeats of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Without a Trace. The WB Network, meanwhile, saw a weak turnout for the 9 p.m. debut of reality/quiz show series Studio 7, which drew fewer than 2 million viewers, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. CBS easily won the night, with the 9 p.m. CSI rerun standing tall as the most-watched show with 13.1 million viewers and 4.5 rating/13 share in the adults 18-40 demographic. WB's Studio 7 averaged 1.9 million viewers and basic cable-sized 2 share in adults 18-49 in the same time slot. »

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WBTV programs Collins, Cotton

19 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Clancy Collins and Jeanne Cotton have joined the current programs department at Warner Bros. Television. The two report to Melinda Hage, senior vp current programs at WBTV. Collins, who joins WBTV as vp current programs, comes to the industry's leading supplier of primetime series after serving as senior vp creative affairs at MGM Worldwide Television, where she helped develop the Showtime drama series Dead Like Me and Sci Fi Channel's Stargate: Atlantis. Before MGM, Collins also worked in development at Paramount Domestic TV. At WBTV, she'll supervise day-to-day matters for CBS' Without a Trace and Cold Case and the upcoming ABC midseason drama Eyes. Cotton moves into the post of director current programs after working in WBTV's research department for the past 41?2 years as a vp. As part of the reorganization of the department, Stephanie Groves has been promoted from manager to director, while Rebecca Franko has been upped from assistant in WBTV's research department to manager current programs. »

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Matheson on 'Case' as producer

18 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Tim Matheson is turning his work as a television director and producer into a full-time job. The actor, who has been active as a director in television during the past few years, has joined the CBS/Warner Bros. TV drama series Cold Case as a producer. He also is set to direct multiple episodes during the police drama's upcoming sophomore season. Matheson directed one episode of the Jerry Bruckheimer TV-produced Cold Case last season, when the show established itself as a solid performer for CBS in the Sunday 8 p.m. time slot. Matheson previously directed episodes of another Jerry Bruckheimer TV/WBTV procedural drama for CBS, Without a Trace, as well as episodes of NBC's Third Watch and Ed and telefilms In the Company of Spies and Buried Alive 2. Onscreen, Matheson was most recently seen on NBC's The West Wing, in which he had a recurring role as vice president John Hoynes. He also co-starred last season in the ABC telefilm Judas. Matheson is repped by Beth Cannon at Invision Entertainment. »

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Emmy reactions: 'Sex's' Davis finally gets her nom

16 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Without a Trace star Anthony LaPaglia, vacationing in Mexico, was having breakfast Thursday morning when Ian McShane, who was staying at the same resort, came to tell him he had landed an Emmy nomination for best actor in a drama series. ... Up late the previous night filming the TNT telefilm The Librarian on location in Mexico, Bob Newhart was awakened Thursday morning by a telephone call telling him he had been nominated for his guest role on ER ... For Sex and the City's Kristin Davis, the sixth time was the charm. After cheering for her three co-stars, who all landed Emmy nominations through the years, Davis finally snagged a nom on her last shot for her role as wide-eyed Charlotte. Having been the only cast member without a nomination had its perks, Davis said. "I might have gotten more attention on the set from my co-stars, the writers and the producers; it was so adorable," she said. »

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CBS' 'Brother' helps in Thursday win

16 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Another summer Thursday, another nightly win for CBS. The network's reality series Big Brother, combined with repeats of crime dramas CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Without a Trace, averaged 11.7 million viewers and a 3.9 rating/13 share among adults 18-49 for the night, including to Nielsen Media Research. With a two-hour marathon of Will & Grace reruns and an encore of ER, NBC (6.0 million, 2.6/8) was second, followed by UPN and its WWE Smackdown! (5.4 million, 1.9/6). ABC (4.4 million, 1.4/4) was fourth with a two-hour Kingdom Hospital and Primetime Thursday, followed by Fox (2.7 million, 1.2/4), which ran repeats. »

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CBS sked comes up big on Thursday

9 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS delivered another dominating rating performance on a summer Thursday. Reality series Big Brother (9.1 million viewers, 3.6 rating/13 share among adults 18-49) joined reruns of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (14.6 million, 4.9/15) and Without a Trace (12.3 million, 4.0/12) to top every half-hour of primetime, according to Nielsen estimates out Friday. For the night, the network averaged 12.0 million viewers and a 4.2/12. NBC (6.7 million, 2.8/9) was distant second with reruns of Friends and Will & Grace and an encore airing of Monday drama Las Vegas (6.1 million, 2.6/8) at 10 p.m., which fared better than the repeat of ER last week. ABC (5.0 million, 1.7/6) was third for the night, followed by Fox (2.9 million, 1.0/3). »

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CBS tops rerun-heavy Thursday

2 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS' reruns beat up the competition's reruns on Thursday as the eye network easily won the night with a CSI: Crime Scene Investigation encore bookended by repeats of Without a Trace. The 9 p.m. "CSI" airing was, as usual, the most-watched program of the night with an average of 15.7 million viewers and 4.7 rating/15 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. ABC was in hash-mark territory with the finale of the long-ago canceled drama Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital (2.6 million, 1.1/3) at 9 p.m. »

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CBS wins week in viewers

29 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Another strong encore showing from CBS' top shows and an impressive turnout for the AFI 100 Years ... 100 Songs special led the network to a decisive weekly win in total viewers, while NBC had the edge among adults 18-49. CBS averaged 8.8 million viewers and a 2.4 rating/8 share in 18-49, according to Nielsen Media Research data. The network boasted the top three most-watched programs of the week with reruns of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (15.3 million) and Without a Trace (12.6 million) and the three-hour AFI special (12.3 million) and landed five more shows in the top 10. With the drama of the preliminary rounds over, NBC's Last Comic Standing (8.5 million, 3.9/11) took an expected dip but still ranked as NBC's top show among adults 18-49. »

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CBS pounds rivals with reruns Thurs.

25 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CBS dominated another summertime Thursday with reruns of its crime dramas. The network, which aired two repeats of Without a Trace and an encore of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, averaged 12.5 million viewers and a 3.5 rating/11 share among adults 18-49, according to preliminary Nielsen estimates. CSI (15.3 million, 4.6/14) also ranked once again as the top program for the night. NBC (5.8 million, 2.7/9) was second with a rerun of Friends (6.6 million, 2.9/11) and a new Come to Papa (5.5 million, 2.5/9) leading the 8-9 p.m. hour in 18-49. ABC managed 4.8 million viewers and a 1.8/6 with mostly original lineup featuring Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital and Primetime Thursday. Fox (3.0 million, 1.3/4) was fourth with reruns of North Shore and Tru Calling. »

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'CSI,' CBS top slow Thursday primetime

18 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Primetime was dullsville on Thursday with reruns dominating the schedules of the Big Four networks. CBS easily won the night in total viewers (12.1 million) and in the adults 18-49 demographic (3.5 rating/11 share) even with a relatively sluggish performance for the 9 p.m. repeat of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (13.8 million, 4.1/13), according to preliminary Nielsen Media Research estimates. CBS led the rest of the night as well with a special 8 p.m. repeat airing of CSI: Miami (11.7 million, 3.4/11) and the 10 p.m. rerun of Without a Trace (12.9 million, 3.7/12). NBC had little traction for the night with repeats of Friends, a fresh episode of midseason holdover Come to Papa, Will & Grace, Scrubs and ER, adding up to a nightly average of 5.3 million viewers and 2.3/7 in adults 18-49. ABC nosed ahead of the peacock in total viewers for the night (5.5 million), though not in adults 18-49 (1.9/6) with two hours of Extreme Makeover repeats capped by the 10 p.m. newsmagazine Primetime Thursday. »

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