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The premiere episode pulled in a 3.2 rating/9 share and a whopping 13.1 million total viewers for the network. That makes it the most watched summer debut for a series since 2007’s "The Singing Bee", and CBS’ most watched summer debut since 2000's "Big Brother".
It's also the best opening-night demo score for any drama series since the premiere of "Revolution" last fall on NBC.
It's especially impressive after various other network Summer-launched series like ABC's "Motive" and "Mistresses" along with USA's "Graceland" fizzled on launch.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
Last night's airing of "Under the Dome" gave CBS the most-watched summer premiere of any network since 2007, and we have more info on that along with a ton of videos to share so get comfortable!
Before we get to the eye candy, here's a brief analysis of the "Utd" ratings per The Wrap:
CBS' adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome" drew an impressive 3.2 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and 13.1 million total viewers. But NBC scored an overall ratings win for the night with Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, according to preliminary numbers. While the numbers for NBC are approximate due to the nature of live sports, it currently holds first place in the 18-49 demo with an average 3.1/9 for the night. NBC currently holds second place in total viewers with 7.9 million. Prior to the game, which tied "Under the Dome" for first in the demo with »
- The Woman In Black
It seems people are willing to get trapped Under the Dome! CBS' new drama series premiere brought in impressive ratings Monday night, attracting 13.1 million viewers and a 3.2 rating among adults 18-49. Impressive, right? Well, prepare to be wowed even more by the TV adaptation of Stephen King's novel Under the Dome is broadcast TV's most-watched summer premiere since 2007 (The Singing Bee); it's also CBS' highest-rated summer launch since Big Brother debuted in 2002. Starring Mike Vogel, Dean Norris, Rachelle Lefevre and Britt Robertson, Under the Dome centers on the town of Chester's Mill's inhabitants after a mysterious, impenetrable barrier (i.e., a dome) surrounds the sleepy »
CBS’ TV series adaptation of the Stephen King novel Under the Dome scored some impressive ratings for its series debut last night (read Allison's recap here). The show garnered a 3.2 rating in the coveted 18-49 demo, bringing in a whopping 13.1 million total viewers. That makes it the most watched summer debut since 2007’s The Singing Bee, and CBS’ most watched summer debut since 2000’s Big Brother, which scored a now-rare 22.3 million viewers. Despite some corniness here and there, the pilot episode proved rather promising by teasing fascinating characters and a very intriguing mythology angle. Though many disappointing Lost copycats have come and gone over the years, Under the Dome has Y: The Last Man creator Brian K. Vaughan spearheading the ship alongside showrunner Neal Baer, which bodes well for the future of the series. We’ll see how much of the first-look audience is retained for the show’s second episode next week, »
- Adam Chitwood
A welcome surprise during broadcast’s usually dry summer months: CBS’ Under the Dome just debuted to a whopping 13.1 million viewers and 3.2 rating among adults 18-49 last night.
That’s the most-watched summer debut on any network since NBC’s The Singing Bee in 2007. It’s also very competitive with last season’s crop of dramas, matching Fox’s The Following as the second-highest new drama debut (NBC’s Revolution was #1).
- James Hibberd
Fast National ratings for Monday, June 24, 2013. CBS got a very strong initial sampling for "Under the Dome," while Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals carried NBC to demographic ratings victory on Monday night. "Under the Dome," adapted from the Stephen King novel, did a 3.2 rating among adults 18-49 and 13.14 million viewers overall. It's the most-watched summer premiere on any network since "The Singing Bee" back in 2007 and CBS' most-watched summer premiere going all the way back to "Big Brother" in 2000 (as a sign of how different the times were then, the first "Big Brother" »
- Alan Sepinwall
In the coveted 18-49 demo, the Stephen Kingsian drama series scored a 3.3, likely placing second only to NBC’s coverage of the Stanley Cup finals (which per preliminary numbers is starting off with a sure-to-grow 3.2, plus 8.3 million total viewers).
Related | Under the Dome Reader Poll – -Plus: The Producers Reveal What’s Next!
Under the Dome stands as broadcast TV’s most watched summer premiere since NBC’s »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Los Angeles (May 14, 2013) – The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced today the list of top industry producers and executives who will serve as mentors during the intimate Mentoring Roundtable meetings that will be held throughout the 5th annual Produced By Conference (Pbc), June 8-9, at 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles. Confirmed mentors include: Victoria Alonso (Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Solider, The Avengers) Executive Vice President of Visual Effects and Post Production, Marvel Studios Nancy Daniels, Executive Vice President, Production and Development, Discovery Channel; General Manager, Discovery Fit & Health Stephanie Drachkovitch (Married to the Army: Alaska, Split Ends, Family Court with Judge Penny) Executive Vice President and Co-Founder, 44 Blue Productions Tracey Edmonds (Jumping the Broom, Soul Food, Good Luck Chuck) CEO, Edmonds Entertainment, Our Stories Films, Alright TV Cassian Elwes (The Butler, Paper Boy, Margin Call) Head of Evolution Independent, Evolution Entertainment »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
The latest episode of Glee made me realize something about myself: I can’t let go of certain things. And by things, I mean my hatred of everything ‘N Sync-related.
As a child of the ’90′s (literally, I was born in 1990), I felt forced, at a very young age, to pick a side: Backstreet Boys or ‘N Sync. I immediately gravitated toward the pitch-perfect harmonies of Bsb as opposed to the Justin Timberlake-jc Chasez duets that featured three other dancing guys. It might seem harsh, but any child of the ’90′s knows that this rivalry was real and cutthroat. »
- Samantha Highfill
Everyone knows Joey Fatone is a multi-talented dude. From holding down one fifth of the legendary boy band 'N Sync to starring in "Little Shop of Horrors" on Broadway ... from hosting red carpets and shows like "The Singing Bee" to nearly dancing away with the mirror ball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars" ... as far as performing goes, this guy can do it all. But did you know he can cook too?
Joey gets to put his chef hat on as host of "My Family Recipe Rocks!" for the Live Well Network. This Sunday (March 3), Fatone travels to Dallas, Tex. to meet some tough dudes from the non-profit group, Real Men Cook.
In the video clip above, only on Zap2it, Joey and his new buds have a little fun with a turkey. When one of the Texas chefs asks if anyone needs a botox, Joey pipes up. "You could »
ABC Family is ready to get into the reality-show game. On Wednesday (Feb. 13), network president Michael Riley announced the pick-up of two new reality series, "Dancing Fools" and "The Vineyard." Both series will go into production this spring and will air during the summer of 2013.
"Dancing Fools," hosted by Melissa Peterman ("Baby Daddy," "Bet on Your Baby"), is a half-hour, unscripted comedy. ABC Family didn't announce any other details, but we can guess that this probably involves a dance competition of some sort.
"The Vineyard" is described as a "dramatic coming-of-age docu-soap." The program will follow a group of 20-somethings working on Martha's Vineyard for the summer. Mischief and romance are expected when the group shares a house and the youths work and play together. It might be something like "Jersey Shore" in this way, only colder and less orange. »
ABC Family is adding two new reality shows, Dancing Fools and The Vineyard, to the schedule. Dancing Fools, a half-hour unscripted comedy hosted by Baby Daddy's Melissa Peterman, and Vineyard, a one-hour docusoap following a group of twentysomethings in Martha's Vineyard during the summer, will launch in the summer. Production begins in the spring. Dancing Fools is created and executive produced by Phil Gurin (The Singing Bee, Oh Sit!) and produced by the Gurin Co. Vineyard is created and executive produced by Davie Broome (The Biggest Loser) and Brian Smith (MasterChef). 25/7 Productions is behind it. In addition to
- Philiana Ng
ABC Family has ordered two reality series: Dancing Fools, which will be hosted by Melissa Peterman, star of the network’s hit comedy series Baby Daddy, and docu-soap The Vineyard (working title). Production on both series will begin this spring. ABC Family’s most recent unscripted effort, series Beverly Hills Nannies, aired last summer. It did not go to a second season. Dancing Fools is a half-hour unscripted comedy created and executive produced by Phil Gurin (The Singing Bee, Oh Sit) and produced by the Gurin Co. ABC Family is keeping details about the premise under wraps, but judging by Gurin’s track record of turning karaoke and musical chairs into reality series, this may again be a take on a party game. In addition to Dancing Fools, Peterman also is hosting the upcoming ABC reality series Bet On Your Baby. The Vineyard is a dramatic coming-of-age docu-soap, which follows »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Oh Sit!, The CW’s amped-up, fast-paced version of musical chairs, will return for a second season Monday, April 15, 8:00-9:00 p.m. Et. The Carrie Diaries will conclude its 13-episode first season the previous week, Monday, April 8, 8:00-9:00 p.m. Et. Oh Sit! is a fun, high-stakes, high-octane musical chairs competition, in which 12 thrill-seeking daredevils race head-to-head through five physically demanding, chair-splitting obstacle course-style eliminations as they each compete to claim a chair, all to the sounds of a new live house band. At the end of the hour, only one contestant will be left sitting triumphant to seize the cash prize and the title of Oh Sit! champion. This season, the show will feature new obstacles and bridges, water rounds, mechanical rounds and slick zones. And to get your sitting muscles in shape in time for the premiere, now fans can download the Oh Sit! »
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NoHo Arts District, Calif. – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame Committee has selected a distinguished group of television innovators and icons to be inducted into the 22nd Hall of Fame. Additionally, for the first time ever, this year’s Hall of Fame ceremony will benefit the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television. This year’s honorees include Emmy®-winning actor/director/producer Ron Howard, legendary sportscaster Al Michaels, iconic network executive Leslie Moonves, acclaimed journalist Bob Schieffer and prolific writer-producer Dick Wolf. Additionally, Philo T. Farnsworth, credited with inventing all-electronic television transmission, will be inducted posthumously. The inductees will be honored during a gala ceremony at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 11, 2013, which is sponsored by Audi®. The Hall of Fame gala will be executive produced by noted television producer Phil Gurin (Oh Sit!, Shark Tank, The Singing Bee). The proceeds from the Hall of »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
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