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Produced in Europe, “Crossing Lines” is a credible and gritty crime procedural that NBC is scheduling as summer filler, featuring a crack team “from all over the Euro Zone” assembled to hunt down the worst of the worst. “We’re like the Justice League,” the lone American, played by William Fichtner, muses near the outset, yielding confused shrugs from some of his colleagues. Actually, they’re more like “Criminal Minds” — a former stop made by series creator Edward Allen Bernero — only this time with a bit more flair and a nondescript title that’s nevertheless catchier than “Earning Tax Credits,” which would be equally descriptive.
If nothing else, having this series turn up on a major network (as opposed to, say, BBC America) should remind inward-looking U.S. viewers that we have not cornered the market on psychopathic killers or tormented cops, even if the team’s steely eyed French leader, »
- Brian Lowry
Lionsgate's Codeblack Films has acquired the U.S. rights to the romantic drama Things Never Said , it was announced today by Codeblack Films CEO Jeff Clanagan. The film is based on an original screenplay by Charles Murray, making his feature film debut after 10 years working on award-winning television series such as "Criminal Minds," "Castle," "Third Watch" and "Sons of Anarchy." Things Never Said tells the story of an aspiring poet, Kal, played by Shanola Hampton ("Shameless," "Scrubs") who dreams of taking her poetry to New York but is held back by deferred dreams and a dangerous marriage. The surprise of a new love, Curtis, played by Omari Hardwick ( Sparkle , For Colored Girls ), sparks a change in Kal that allows »
ABC 8:00 The Middle (repeat) 8:30 Family Tools (new) 9:00 Modern Family (repeat) 9:30 How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (new) 10:00 ABC's The Lookout (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (repeat) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 The American Baking Competition (new) 9:00 Criminal Minds (repeat) 10:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (repeat) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests Jeff Daniels and Ken Jeong) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guest Rosie Perez) Fox 8:00 MasterChef (new) NBC 8:00 Stanley Cup Finals (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guest David Gregory) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Kevin Hart and Olivia Munn) The CW 8:00 Arrow (repeat) 9:00 Supernatural (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
ABC dominated last week’s primetime ratings race in key demos behind the NBA Finals while NBC was a solid runner-up thanks to reality hits “The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent.”
Actually, sports and reality dominated the demo rankings in general, with only one scripted original — ABC’s “Mistresses” — among the week’s 25 highest-rated ad-supported programs in young adults.
CBS, meanwhile, continues to take its lumps in the early part of TV’s summer season as it is especially hurt by the lower ratings for repeats that all nets are seeing. The Eye has finished fifth or lower in adults 18-49 for three straight weeks, and its decision to start summer perennial “Big Brother” earlier this year — it bows next week — is looking better by the minute.
In a week jam-packed with scripted originals on cable, ABC Family had good news as “The Fosters” rose in its second episode »
- Rick Kissell
HBO's "True Blood" saw a ratings dip in its sixth-season premiere Sunday. An average of 4.5 million viewers tuned in at 9pm, down 13% from last season.
Admittedly it faced tough competition from the NBA Finals on ABC. Also, half the show's audience tuned in early at 8:45 to watch the behind-the-scenes special "True Blood: Live from the Set." [Source: The L.A. Times]
The story follows a Cdc team called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. Hurt plays a holocaust survivor who immigrated to the U.S. after World War II and now runs a pawn shop in Spanish Harlem. [Source: Deadline]
CBS has unveiled its premiere dates for the »
- Garth Franklin
The Tiffany network has announced the premiere dates for their upcoming season, as well as the broadcast of the 2013 Emmy Awards (9/22).
Returning CBS shows are 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Amazing Race, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Criminal Minds, CSI, Elementary, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-0, How I Met Your Mother, The Mentalist, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Person of Interest, Survivor, Two and a Half Men, and Undercover Boss.
New series highlighted include The Crazy Ones, Hostages, Intelligence, Mom, and We Are Men.
Here are some additional details with dates:
CBS Announces 2013-2014 Premiere Dates
America's #1 Network Will Premiere Nearly All of its New and Returning Series During Official Premiere Week (Sept. 23-29)
"The 65th Primetime Emmy(R) Awards" to Air Live on Sunday, Sept. »
CBS's 2013-2014 premiere dates are set! "How I Met Your Mother's" final season will kick off with an hourlong episode on Monday, September 23 at 8 p.m. Et, pushing back the series premiere of "We Are Men" (which is slated for 8:30 p.m. on Mondays) to September 30, instead of debuting with other Monday night newcomers "Mom" and "Hostages."
Check out the full list of CBS 2013-2014 premiere dates below and clear your calendars (and DVRs) for some post-Labor Day TV goodness. And for tips on what's worth your time and what's not, check out HuffPost TV's first impressions of CBS's new series (which are indicated with a * below).
Wednesday, Sept. 18
"Survivor", 8:00-9:30 p.m. Et
Sunday, Sept. 22
"The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards," 8:00-11:00 p.m. Et/ 5:00-8:00 p.m. Et
Monday, Sept. 23
"How I Met Your Mother," 8:00-9:00 p.m. »
- Jaimie Etkin
Wednesday, Sept. 25.: Prepare for some backstory! Criminal Minds returns for its ninth season on that date, and star Joe Mantegna revealed to us he'll be going behind the camera when the CBS hit procedural returns. "I'm going to direct one next season," Mantegna exclusively told E! News at the 2013 Monte Carlo Television Festival. We also chatted with the fan favorite about what viewers can expect from the upcoming season, which includes learning more about all of the characters' past and "secrets" and about the series' longevity... After his time in Monte Carlo, Mantegna told us he's planning on meeting with the creative team "to try and have some input on some »
CBS is sticking to its usual playbook when it comes to launching its fall schedule -- which means a whole lot of premieres during the first official week of the 2013-14 season.
This year, the Nielsen-measured season starts on Sept. 23, and that week will feature the premieres of all but two shows in the network's fall lineup. The outliers are the 27th edition of "Survivor" (Sept. 18), which typically starts a week before the rest of the schedule; and new comedy "We Are Men," which will start Monday, Sept. 30 in order to make room for an hour-long "How I Met Your Mother" premiere on Sept. 23.
CBS also has the Emmy Awards this year, and they will air Sunday, Sept. 22, a day before the season begins. The network also says its midseason drama "Intelligence" will debut on Feb. 24 -- it's sharing the 10 p.m. Monday spot with another new show, "Hostages," which »
It's first in the ratings and now it's the first network to reveal its 2013-2014 primetime schedule.
Yes, CBS has come out with the premiere dates for its unscripted fall shows, beginning with Survivor on September 18 and then truly kicking things into high, fresh gear on Monday, September 23.
Set that DVR accordingly, schedule those September vacations and scroll down now...
Wednesday, Sept. 18
8:00-9:30 Pm Survivor
Monday, Sept. 23
8:00-9:00 Pm How I Met Your Mother
9:00-9:30 Pm 2 Broke Girls
9:30-10:00 Pm Mom
10:00-11:00 Pm Hostages
Tuesday, Sept. 24
8:00-9:00 Pm NCIS
9:00-10:00 Pm NCIS: Los Angeles
10:00-11:00 Pm Person Of Interest
Wednesday, Sept. 25
9:00-10:00 Pm Criminal Minds
10:00-11:00 Pm CSI
Thursday, Sept. 26
8:00-8:30 Pm The Big Bang Theory
8:30-9:00 Pm The Millers
9:00-9:30 Pm The Crazy »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
While rivals say they plan to spread around their premiere dates next season, CBS is continuing on the traditional path of launching nearly all their shows during the big late September premiere week. As usual, Survivor will debut one week early. The network also announced the February premiere of cyber-cop drama Intelligence starring Josh Holloway.
Here are the dates and be sure to check out our nifty fall schedule chart.
CBS’s 2013-14 Premiere Dates
Wednesday, Sept. 18
8:00-9:30 Pm Survivor (27th edition premiere)
Sunday, Sept. 22
8:00-11:00 Pm, Et/ The 65Th Primetime Emmy® Awards
5:00-8:00 Pm, »
- James Hibberd
CBS has announced its 2013-14 primetime premiere dates, with an hourlong final-season opener of “How I Met Your Mother” kicking things off Sept. 23, the night after co-star Neil Patrick Harris hosts the Emmys.
Nearly all of CBS’ fall content will premiere that week, with the exceptions being the 90-minute season premiere of “Survivor” Sept. 18 and the debut of ensemble comedy “We Are Men” Sept. 30.
The first two new series on CBS’ 2013-14 schedule will launch after the season premieres of “Himym” and “2 Broke Girls.” The Chuck Lorre-produced “Mom,” starring Anna Faris and Allison Janney, bows at 9:30 p.m., followed by drama thriller “Hostages” with Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott.
Then on Sept. 26, CBS officially expands its Thursday comedy block to two hours, with the season premieres of »
- Jon Weisman
CBS is the first network out of the gate with premiere dates for the 2013-14 TV season, and it will kick things off with the Season 27 premiere of Survivor.
Premiere Week officially arrives, however, the day after the Eye hosts the Neil Patrick Harris-hosted Primetime Emmy Awards, beginning with its rejiggered Monday sitcom lineup — opening Sept. 23 with an hourlong How I Met Your Mother final season premiere — and which now is paired with the 13-episode thriller drama Hostages.
Related | Your Complete Fall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?
CBS’ premiere plan by and large wraps Sunday, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Thn would love to share some fantastic footage of the stars of ABC Studios on the Red Carpet at the 2013 Monte Carlo Television Festival. This short feature gives you a rare behind the scenes look at the stars on the red carpet and features some stunning images of the festival and location, it looks stunning out there!
The footage features some of the stars of ABC’s biggest and best shows including Gabriel Mann (Revenge), Darby Stanchfield (Scandal), Joshua Malina (Scandal), Colin O’Donoghue (Once Upon A Time) and Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds).
You can also head over to the ABC Studios UK Facebook page now to submit their questions for some of the top talent from ABC Studios. Actors taking part include: Kerry Washington (Scandal), Darby Stanchfield (Scandal), Tony Goldwyn (Scandal), Joshua Malina (Scandal), Colin O’Donoghue (Once Upon A Time) and Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds).
Also, the fantastic »
- Dan Bullock
If you thought Homeland‘s Carrie Mathison, acted by Claire Danes was crazy, then wait until you get a load of Eric McCormack in the role of Dr. Daniel Pierce, a schizophrenic neuropsychiatrist who helps the FBI with some of their most complex cases. He’s the star of Perception, a little crime drama that TNT launches last summer, which is produced by ABC Studios.
Season 1 pulled in around 4 million viewers each week and the best news is that season 2 will premier on June 25th. with returning cast members, Rachael Leigh Cook, Kelly Rowan, Arjay Smith and recurring actor LeVar Burton, TV Line has learned that Riesgraf will pop in as Daisy Brannen, “a fiercely loyal woman who is startled when Pierce and Moretti catch »
- Sasha Nova
ABC Studios have sent over footage from the on the Red Carpet and behind the scenes visuals from the at the 2013 Monte Carlo Television Festival which looks like the Cannes of TV! The video gives us a rare behind the scenes look at the stars on the red carpet and features some stunning images of the festival and location.
As well as the footage, you can can head over to the ABC Studios UK Facebook page submit questions to some of the top talent from the best shows the network put out. Actors taking part include Kerry Washington, Darby Stanchfield, Tony Goldwyn, Joshua Malina, Colin O’Donoghueand Joe Mantegna. Gabriel Mann will also be taking part in a live Q&A this Sunday at 1:20pm. »
- Michael Walsh
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: MasterChef, The American Baking Competition, ABC's The Lookout, Family Tools, and How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life). Sports & Specials: Stanley Cup Finals. Episode reruns: The Middle, Modern Family, Arrow, Supernatural, Criminal Minds, and CSI.
8pm - The Middle: (rerun) 1.0 in the demo with 4.53 million.
8:30pm - Family Tools: 0.9 in the demo with 3.73 million.
9pm - Modern Family: (rerun) 1.2 in the demo with 4.25 million.
9:30pm - How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life): 1.2 in the demo with 4.02 million.
10pm - ABC's The Lookout: 1.1 in the demo with 3.88 million.
8pm - The American Baking Competition: 1.2 in the demo with 5.88 million.
9pm - »
The actress drops by Season 2 (bowing June 25) as Daisy Brannen, a fiercely loyal woman who is startled when Pierce and Moretti catch her at her boyfriend’s motel room. Daisy is terrified but protective of her mysterious beau.
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• Daphne’s ex is headed back to Switched at Birth. »
- Megan Masters
The film concerns a group of ghost hunters that must up their game to compete in the competitive world of paranormal TV shows, leading them to a truly haunted prison with a grisly past that proves to be more than they bargained for. The cast includes Jeffrey S.S. Johnson (Criminal Minds, Bones), Linara Washington (Killing Them Softly), Charley Koontz (Community), John Zderko (The Mentalist) and genre vet Dee Wallace who plays the tough as nails, salty network executive who threatens to cancel them if they don't bring her better shows.
A screening is planned on July 20th in Jefferson City, Missouri (the film shot a bit in the area's State Penitentiary) before its release this fall.
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Fast National ratings for Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Game 1 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals was up over 200 percent from last year's Game 1 of the finals. The Blackhawks-Bruins triple overtime thriller averaged 6.423 million viewers, versus 2.7 million a year ago for Game 1 and 4.5 million in 2011.
It wasn't quite enough to earn NBC a win, though. CBS narrowly edged out the Peacock with an average of 6.444 million viewers and a 4.3 rating/7 share in households. NBC was second at 6.423 million and a 3.8/6, followed by Fox at 5.595 million and a 3.5/6, ABC at 4 million and a 2.8/5 and the CW at 1.17 million and an 0.8/1.
NBC did, however, win the adults 18-49 demographic with a 2.4 rating, followed by Fox (2.3), CBS (1.2), ABC (1.1) and the CW (0.3).
Wednesday hour by hour:
NBC: Stanley Cup Finals Game 1, Bruins at Blackhawks (6.1 million viewers, 3.7/6)
CBS: "The American Baking Competition" (5.9 million, 3.9/7)
Fox: "Masterchef" (5.2 million, 3.3/6)
ABC: "The Middle" rerun (4.5 million, 3.1/6)/"Family Tools" (3.7 million, 2.5/4)
The CW: "Arrow" rerun (1.3 million, »
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