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Last year, Fox launched 10 new shows and ended up cancelling most of them. How will the network do in the ratings this time around? Stay tuned.How do the execs decide what to cancel or keep? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play a very large role. The higher the ratings, the better chances a show has of surviving.Fox shows this season (so far): American Grit, American Idol, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Bordertown, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, Coupled, Empire, Family Guy, Gotham, Grandfathered, The Grinder, Hell's Kitchen, Home Free, Hotel Hell, The Last Man on Earth, Lucifer, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, Minority Report, New Girl, Rosewood, Scream Queens, Second Chance, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, So You Think You Can Dance, Wayward Pines, World's Funniest, and The X-Files.Read More… »
That sigh of relief you hear across town is from everyone who made it through the first round of the TV Academy’s Emmy voting. Now, the race begins in earnest to claim the small screen’s top trophies. We took a look at 11 key categories to break down the ones to beat, and the threats to watch out for, before voters cast their final ballots beginning Aug. 15.
HBO’s powerhouse “Game of Thrones” is once again the year’s most-nominated series with 23 noms (down only one from last year). It’ll be tough to beat the returning champ. Netflix’s “House of Cards” is second in overall noms for drama, with 13 (including eight for acting). The swan song season for PBS’ “Downton Abbey” nabbed 11, and though there may be some sentimental factor in voting for a series that never won top drama (it triumphed as a miniseries in its first season), don’t bet »
- Geoff Berkshire
Monday, July 25, 2016 ratings — New episodes: The Bachelorette, American Ninja Warrior and So You Think You Can Dance. Special: Democratic National Convention and Madtv Reunion Special. Reruns: Mom, 2 Broke Girls, and Scorpion.How are your shows doing? Check the current rankings:ABC | CBS | The CW | Fox | NBCAMC | Freeform | FX | Hallmark | HBO | MTV | Own | Showtime | Syfy | TNT | USA | WgnRead More… »
Even after all these years on the air, The Bachelorette continues to turn in solid ratings.
ABC: The Bachelorette (6.7 million/1.9 rating) topped the night. It was followed by DNC (4.2 million/1.0 rating) coverage.
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NBC: American Ninja Warrior (5.8 million/1.6 rating) ticked down. DNC (3.8 million/1.0 rating) coverage capped off the night for NBC.
CBS: It was encores of Mom (4.4 million/0.7 rating), 2 Broke Girls (3.7 million/0.7 rating) and Scorpion (3.4 million/0.6 rating), followed by DNC (2.6 million million/0.5 rating).
Fox: So You Think You Can Dance (2.6 million/0.7 rating) continued to flounder.
The CW: It was encores of MadTV (1.3 million/0.4 rating) and Penn & Teller (1.3 million/0.4 rating).
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- Paul Dailly
The first night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention was a tricky balancing act for the party, but was a little clearer-cut for the broadcast networks that began coverage of the event at 10 p.m. ABC and NBC tied the hour with a 1.0 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, but ABC won the total viewer competition with 4.17 million; NBC drew 3.78 million total. CBS lagged with a 0.5 demo rating and 2.59 million total viewers.
Some more caveats than usual this go-round: These preliminary numbers only take into account viewing done until 11 p.m. Bernie Sanders’ much-anticipated speech endorsing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton plowed through the primetime barrier and didn’t end until nearly 11:30 on the East Coast. Since Sanders’ speech was highly anticipated, though, and followed a burst of social media activity surrounding Michelle Obama and Elizabeth Warren’s speeches, and given that people may have tuned in to their local news and simply stayed with Sanders’ speech, there »
- Oriana Schwindt
The Big 3’s 10 o’clock coverage of the Democratic National Convention on Monday totaled 10.5 million total viewers and a cumulative 2.5 demo rating, up a tick from Night 1 of the Rnc.
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ABC drew the largest audience of the three (4.2 mil), while tying NBC with a 1.0 rating.
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Elsewere on the night….
ABC’s The Bachelorette (6.7 mil/2.0) ticked up a tenth.
NBC’s American Ninja Warrior (5.8 mil/1.6) slipped to tie season lows.
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It was a night of stellar performances on So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. Both ballroom dancer Daniela Avanzini and hip-hop dancer Sheaden Gabriel landed in the bottom 2, with the judges deciding that it was time for Daniela to leave the competition. This, of course, resulted in lots of tears.
My sadness was lightened by the fact that my favorite All-Star of all time, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, joined the judging panel to sub for Jason Derulo. So who is the next dancer who will exit the So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation competition? Let's take stock of last week's performances to see who shined the brightest.
ABC continued to dominate the Monday night ratings.
ABC: The Bachelorette (6.6 million/1.9 rating) remained steady with it's week ago performance. Rnc (3.5 million/0.7 rating) closed out the night for ABC in line with what Mistresses has been doing in the slot.
NBC: American Ninja Warrior (5.7 million/1.7 rating) eased off a little from last week's high. Rnc (4.1 million/1.1 rating) closed out the night for NBC.
Fox: So You Think You Can Dance (2.6 million/0.7 rating) continued to slip.
The CW: It was movie night, with 10 Years (0.7 million/0.2 rating) turning in weak ratings.
CBS: Encores of Mom (4 million/0.7 rating), 2 Broke Girls (3.5 million/0.6 rating) and Scorpion (3.5 million/0.6 rating) filled the night.
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- Paul Dailly
Broadcast viewers chose love, not war, on Monday night: “The Bachelorette” topped the night’s broadcast ratings in both adults 18-49 (1.9) and total viewers (6.6 million), easily outpacing the networks’ later coverage of the Republican National Convention. NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior” wasn’t far behind the ABC dating show from 8-10 p.m., earning a 1.7 rating and 5.8 million viewers, while Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance” scored a 0.7 in adults 18-49 and 2.6 million. CBS was in repeats until 10 p.m., while The CW aired the movie “10 Years,” scoring a 0.2 rating and 0.7 million viewers.
NBC’s coverage of the Rnc’s opening night came out ahead of the competition with a 1.1 rating in adults 18-49 and 4 million viewers, with ABC’s coverage scoring a 0.7 and 3.5 million watchers. CBS’ coverage brought up the rear with a 0.5 and 2.6 million viewers in fast nationals, with all scores pending adjustments.
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- Laura Prudom
The broadcast networks’ coverage of Night 1 of the Republican National Convention totaled north of 10 million total viewers with a cumulative 2.3 demo rating, on par with the Rnc’s opening night in 2012 and easily leading Monday in both measures.
Night 1 of Mitt Romney’s Rnc, with cable viewership eventually folded in, went on to tally 22 million viewers. (Cable ratings come in much later in the day.)
NBC led the Big 3 coverage, delivering 4 million viewers and a 1.1 rating.
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The announcement of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation made a few fans nervous. While not a "adult" show by any means, So You Think You Can Dance often dealt with some pretty suggestive and heavy topics with its adult dancers. The dancers on the original So You Think You Can Dance were often vulnerable and exposed. It's kind skeevy to imagine young kids doing that exact type of dances, not to mention there was skepticism that they would even be able to connect with the emotions.
Thankfully most worrying fans have been unfounded. The Next Generation has been a great addition / quasi-reboot to the franchise. If there is a crowning achievement of this Sytycd spin-off, though, it has to be the dance between Tahani and Jake devoted to the subject of bullying in the Top 10.
All of the kids on So You Think You Can Dance performed their hearts out in the first live show, proving that they very well may be The Next Generation. Paula, Jason, Nigel and newcomer judge Maddie Ziegler were more impressed by each performance leading up to cute little J.T., who showed the judges and America that he's taking this competition very seriously.
I'm pretty pumped to see what's in store for week two of the live competition, though I'm sad to see one performer go. If I had to pick one to go home, I'd say it will be Daniela. While she was great with her salsa routine, I think the other nine kids might have outshined her. But only time will tell.
I will admit I was skeptical when the new format of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation was announced. I hate to watch an adult, let alone a child, weep during an elimination. What I failed to take into account is the talent of these young dancers. Am I totally in love with the format? No, and I don't think it will ever replace the original series. But this group of dancers has danced their way into my heart, so I will forgive the powers-that-be for tinkering with the show's format.
The top 10 dancers hit the stage with their All-Stars to perform in their own genres, and also danced a solo. There were many spectacular performances, and of course, a few that didn't quite live up to the others.
Vince Neil is probably singing the blues right now. The Motley Crue frontman is being sued by a woman who claims that Neil physically attacked her at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, according to legal papers obtained by TheWrap. In the suit, filed Thursday in federal court in Nevada, Kelly Guerrero claims that she and her son were in Vegas in April when they saw Neil, Carrot Top and Nicolas Cage walking in front of them. Also Read: 'So You Think You Can Dance' Winner Joshua Allen Charged With Domestic Violence According to Guerrero, she said “I love you” and “My son. »
- Tim Kenneally
So You Think You Can Dance season 4 winner Joshua Allen is due to be arraigned on Friday in L.A Superior Court for domestic violence charges. Allen, 27, faces two felony counts of willfully injuring his girlfriend after a prior conviction and one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon, a glass vase, according to the press release obtained by People. The dancer has also been charged with two misdemeanor counts of disobeying a domestic relations criminal protective order and one misdemeanor count each of simple battery and vandalism under $400. Allen's most recent incident report stems comes from June 19 when »
- Brittany King, @brrriitttnnii
Allen potentially faces two felony counts of willfully injuring his girlfriend after a prior conviction and one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon, a glass vase.
According to the authorities, Allen was convicted of injuring his girlfriend in January, and was issued a criminal protective order that kept him from communicating with her.
The prosecutors allege that Allen assaulted and strangled the same woman a few months later, on April 13, and attacked her again on June 19.
The woman allegedly ran to a coffee shop to escape, and Allen threw a glass vase at another woman who was trying to help the victim. Prosecutors added that Allen also attacked a man and vandalized the coffee shop.
- Seth Kelley
Those screams of joy (and shrieks of anger) you heard emanating from Hollywood this morning meant one thing: the TV Academy released the annual Emmy nominations. And with that list came the usual surprises and snubs. Here’s who was disappointingly shut out — and happily included — this morning.
A massive shake-up in the variety talk category left veterans “The Daily Show” (with new host Trevor Noah) and Stephen Colbert shut out for the first time in over a decade (when Colbert’s “The Colbert Report” launched on Comedy Central). Both shows drew zero noms this morning. Voters clearly didn’t warm to Colbert’s take on “The Late Show,” which had been nominated in its final season with original host David Letterman last year. “Daily Show” vet Samantha Bee was also expected to join the club for her host freshman series “Full Frontal,” but »
- Geoff Berkshire and Debra Birnbaum
The Season 4 winner of So You Think You Can Dance might end up showing his moves in a prison yard, as felony and misdemeanor charges were filed against him today by Los Angeles County District Attorney. If Joshua Allen is found guilty of attacks on his girlfriend on April 13 and June 19, he could face more than 10 years in California prison. Allen is scheduled to be arraigned today in L.A Superior Court on the domestic violence charges. He "faces two felony counts of… »
“So You Think You Can Dance” alum Joshua Allen was charged with domestic violence for allegedly injuring his girlfriend, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said Thursday. Allen, 27, faces two felony counts of willfully injuring a girlfriend after a prior conviction and one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon — in this case, a glass vase. According to authorities, Allen was convicted of a misdemeanor count of willfully injuring the unnamed woman in January and was slapped with a protective order. However, the district attorney’s office said, Allen allegedly assaulted and strangled the same female on »
- Tim Kenneally
Joshua Allen -- the season 4 winner of "So You Think You Can Dance" -- faces serious time behind bars after allegedly attacking his girlfriend twice in a 2-month span. According to the D.A.'s Office ... Allen went after his girlfriend last month, chasing her inside a coffee shop when she tried to run away. When a woman tried to step in, Allen allegedly threw a glass vase at her and vandalized the shop before bystanders took him down. »
- TMZ Staff
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