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‘Coat of Many Colors’ Hits 15.6 Million in 3-Day Ratings, Gets Christmas Encore on NBC

‘Coat of Many Colors’ Hits 15.6 Million in 3-Day Ratings, Gets Christmas Encore on NBC
Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors,” which drew a big audience for its premiere last week on NBC and padded its totals with a strong showing in three-day delayed viewing numbers, is getting an encore airing on the network Christmas night.

Nielsen estimates that the adults 18-49 rating for “Coat of Many Colors” spiked by 27% in “live plus-3” numbers, going from a 1.84 to 2.34, while its overall audience spiked by 20% from 13.03 million to 15.58 million. It stands as the top-rated movie on the broadcast networks in the demo in nearly five years (since CBS’ “The Lost Valentine” did a 2.4 in January 2011) and is the most-watched overall in more than six years (since “Jesse Stone: Thin Ice” drew 16.02 million on CBS in March 2009).

The 2.55-million lift in total viewers is the largest for any broadcast movie since Nielsen began tracking “live plus 3.” And it probably made the decision to repeat the movie an easy one for NBC.
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Weekly Ratings: NBC Rolls Behind ‘Voice,’ ‘Chicago Med,’ Football and Dolly Parton Pic

Weekly Ratings: NBC Rolls Behind ‘Voice,’ ‘Chicago Med,’ Football and Dolly Parton Pic
NBC had another dominant victory in demos last week, claiming five of the frame’s top 10 programs while also scoring with its holiday movie special “Dolly Parton’s A Coat of Many Colors.”

The network’s “Sunday Night Football,” featuring the New England Patriots against the Houston Texans, averaged a 7.0 rating/21 share in adults 18-49 and 20.99 million viewers overall, according to Nielsen, to rule as far and away the week’s No. 1 primetime show. It was joined among NBC programs in the top 10 by two editions of “The Voice,” which is finishing its fall edition very strong.

Tuesday’s “Voice” (2.8/10 in 18-49, 13.13 million viewers overall) shot up 8% week to week and was up a big 22% vs. the same night a year ago. That helped lead-out “Chicaco Med” (2.1/7 in 18-49, 9.60 million viewers overall, pictured), which was up a tick to become the rare show to post gains in two of its first weeks following a premiere.
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Leading Svod Provider SpiritClips Relaunches as ‘Feeln’

SpiritClips has announced the rebrand of their subscription movie service to the name Feeln™ to highlight the core of the brand and family-friendly content it offers. The transformation further advances Feeln’s commitment to quality curated content and position as a leading co-viewing Svod service. In addition to the name, a new visual identity system and redesigned experience will roll out across their website, mobile, and connected television apps in the coming weeks.

The rebranding is accompanied by a dramatic increase in content, all handpicked for its ability to move and inspire audiences of all ages. A partial selection of titles includes:

Oscar winners and nominees, including "Gandhi," "Dances With Wolves," "Jerry Maguire," & "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon"

Hollywood blockbusters, including "Ghostbusters," "Babe," "Liar Liar," and "Hook"

Classic favorites, including "Footloose," "Grease," "The Karate Kid" and "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off"

Critically acclaimed television programming including Emmy winning series from the BBC and PBS

The service also features Feeln Original Short Films, a collection of over 80 expertly crafted stories that are internally written, cast, directed and produced – each one highlighting a meaningful journey into the human experience. A new original short film will be released weekly throughout the year starting with “The Saint of Auschwitz,” an inspiring look into the journey of a Catholic priest who sacrificed his life to protect fellow prisoners from Nazis during WWII.

“I wanted to create a collection of films that could be enjoyed by my entire family,” said Rob Fried, founder and CEO of Feeln. “At Feeln , you can select any film and know that each and every one is a great story, well crafted, that will be fun to watch for each and every member of the family – including you.”

Feeln remains the exclusive online streaming destination for Hallmark Hall of Fame movies, the longest-running series of primetime television movies in history, including "Loving Leah," "The Lost Valentine," "My Sister’s Keeper," "Firelight" and over 60 additional titles.

The service has achieved tenfold subscriber growth in the last 18 months, and has aggressive plans to launch on new platforms over the next year. It is currently available online; on mobile phones and tablets; on Roku® streaming players; on Samsung connected TVs; and on the Xbox 360.

Feeln is competitively priced with a subscription fee of $4.99 monthly or an annual charge of $47.99.

For more information, visit Feeln.com.

About Feeln:

Founded in 2007 by Academy Award winning Producer Rob Fried, Feeln is a movie subscription service showing films that move, inspire and delight audiences of all ages. Subscribers enjoy a wide variety of content, including award winning films, Hollywood blockbusters, Feeln Original Short Films, and Hallmark Hall of Fame® movies. Feeln is available online; on stream-to-tv devices including Roku and Xbox; and on mobile phones and tablets.
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Jennifer Love Hewitt Joins ‘Criminal Minds’ as Series Regular

Jennifer Love Hewitt Joins ‘Criminal Minds’ as Series Regular
Jennifer Love Hewitt has joined the cast of CBS’ “Criminal Minds” as a series regular. Her character will be introduced in the crime series’ 10th season premiere this fall.

Hewitt will play Kate Callahan, a seasoned undercover agent whose work at the FBI has landed her a position within the Behavioral Analysis Unit.

“We’re thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Jennifer Love Hewitt to our amazing cast,” said Erica Messer, showrunner and executive producer of the series. “Many of us on the show have enjoyed working with her over the years and look forward to again. We have exciting storylines planned for her character and the entire Bau team as we head into our 10th season.”

Hewitt previously starred for five seasons on “Ghost Whisperer” for the Eye. Her other television credits include “The Client List,” for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination,
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"Argo," "Downton Abbey," "Modern Family" Big Winners at 2013 SAG Awards! See Full Winners List!

Ben Affleck's "Argo" continues its march as the Oscar front-runner this awards season. Yesterday, the film was the big winner at the 2013 Producers Guild Awards, and tonight, it won the big prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards taking home the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture trophy.

As predicted, Daniel Day-Lewis won the Lead Actor award for "Lincoln" while Jennifer Lawrence won the Lead Actress award for "Silver Linings Playbook."

Tommy Lee Jones won the Best Supporting Actor award for "Lincoln," and my fave, the lovely Anne Hathaway won the Best Supporting Actress award for "Les Miserables."

In the television category, "Downton Abbey" won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and "Modern Family" took home the Comedy Series award.

Here's the complete 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Winners (bolded and highlighted); for winners/nominees of other award-giving bodies, click here:

Theatrical
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"Les Miserables," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Lincoln" Lead Screen Actors Guild Nominations

The Screen Actor Guild has announced the nominees for its 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding performances in 2012 as well as the SAG Awards nods for outstanding action performances by film and television stunt ensembles.

Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables," David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook," and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" led the pack with each film receiving 4 nominations including Best Ensemble.

We'll see the results of the winners of the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. (Et)/5 p.m. (Pt) from the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Nominations

Theatrical Motion Pictures

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Bradley Cooper / Pat - .Silver Linings Playbook. (The Weinstein Company)

Daniel Day-Lewis / Abraham Lincoln - "Lincoln. (Touchstone Pictures)

John Hawkes / Mark - "The Sessions" (Fox Searchlight)

Hugh Jackman / Jean Valjean
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Mary Tyler Moore Photo: SAG Life Achievement Award 2012

Mary Tyler Moore Mary Tyler Moore speaks onstage during the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards broadcast on TNT/TBS from the Shrine Auditorium on January 29 in Los Angeles, California. Dick Van Dyke, with whom Moore had co-starred in The Dick Van Dyke Show in the early '60s, presented her with the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award. (Photo by John Shearer/WireImage.) The 75-year-old Moore, who has suffered from a series of health ailments including diabetes and brain surgery to remove a benign tumor last year, looked quite frail while accepting her trophy. She was greeted by the longest standing ovation of the evening. Her acceptance speech was about how there were too many Mary Moores already registered with SAG back in the 1950s. As a result, she decided to use her father's middle name, Tyler, as part of her own show business moniker. Moore — whose television heyday was in
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Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Josh Brolin, Diane Lane Photo: SAG Awards 2012

Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Josh Brolin, Diane Lane Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Josh Brolin and Diane Lane arrive at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards. The SAG Awards ceremony was broadcast on TNT/TBS from the Shrine Auditorium on January 29 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lester Cohen/WireImage.) Diane Lane was a nominee this year in the Best Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series for Cinema Verite. She lost to Kate Winslet in Mildred Pierce. The other nominees in that category were Emily Watson for Appropriate Adult, Betty White for The Lost Valentine (that evening, White won a SAG Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her participation in Hot in Cleveland), and two-time Oscar winner Maggie Smith (The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, California Suite) for Downton Abbey. Kate Winslet, who has already won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for the old Joan Crawford role
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SAG Award Life Achievement Recipient Mary Tyler Moore Photo: SAG Awards 2012

Mary Tyler Moore Mary Tyler Moore, the 2012 recipient of the Screen Actors Guild's Life Achievement Award, attends the 18th Screen Actors Guild Awards broadcast on TNT/TBS from the Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. Dick Van Dyke, with whom Moore had co-starred in The Dick Van Dyke Show in the early 1960s, handed her the award. (Photo by Lester Cohen/WireImage.) The 75-year-old Moore's acceptance speech was about how there were many Mary Moores already registered with the Screen Actors Guild back in the '50s. That's when Moore decided to use her father's middle name, Tyler, as part of her own show business name. Curiously, Moore — whose television heyday was in the '60s and '70s, and whose most important film roles were in the '60s and early '80s — has never been nominated for a SAG Award. Previous SAG Life Achievement Award winners include Stan Laurel,
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Diane Lane, Josh Brolin Photo: SAG Awards 2012

Diane Lane, Josh Brolin Cinema Verite Best Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series nominee Diane Lane and Josh Brolin arrive at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards broadcast on TNT/TBS from the Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. Lane lost to Kate Winslet in Todd Haynes' Mildred Pierce. The other nominees in that category were Emily Watson for Appropriate Adult, Betty White for The Lost Valentine (that evening, White won a SAG Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her participation in Hot in Cleveland), and Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey. Winslet, who has already won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for the old Joan Crawford role (in Michael Curtiz's 1945 movie), was absent from the SAG Awards ceremony. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/WireImage.) Diane Lane has a previous SAG Award nomination: Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her performance
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Screen Actors Guild Awards Winners 2012

In recent years, the Screen Actors Guild Awards has been a rather interesting guide to what happens at the Oscars and so this the 18th Annual ceremony is anything to go by, there could still be a lot of surprises in store for the evening of February 26th in Hollywood, lets’ hope so!

Top honours went to star of The Artist Jean Dujardin for Best Actor and Viola Davis for Best Female Actor in awards-surprise The Help, who took home the big awards including Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast. Legendary actor Christopher Plummer took home best supporting actor for his role in Beginners and The Help actress Octavia Spencer grabbed the best supporting actress award.

Alec Baldwin was named Best Male Actor in a Comedy Role for 30 Rock with the awesome Betty White taking the female award for Hot In Cleveland. The Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Mary Tyler Moore
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SAG Awards TV Winners List From 2012

Last night was the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and as usual there were ups and downs for everyone involved, but it was mostly unsurprising and very similar to last years winners.

Modern Family and Boardwalk Empire did very well for themselves, while veterans Alec Baldwin and Betty White also took home the gold. Overall, it was an uneventful but successful evening for everyone involved, and there were no major upsets, tacking on Jessica Lange from American Horror Story as this years most unique winner. Also, Mary Tyler Moore received a lifetime achievement award from Dick Van Dyke which was a pretty incredible thing for TV fans everywhere. Anyway, here is a list of the TV winners from the 18th annal SAG awards.

Drama Series — Ensemble Nominations

Boardwalk Empire

Breaking Bad

Dexter

Game of Thrones

The Good Wife

Who Won?: Boardwalk Empire

Drama Series — Male Actor Nominations

Patrick J. Adams,
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Results Rundown: The Help Takes Top Prizes At The SAG Awards, Throwing The Oscars Open?

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Whilst we were sleeping last night, the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were held out in L.A., one of a handful of awards ceremonies that have proven useful in the past in the predictions ahead of the Academy Awards, coming this year on 26th February.

Tate Taylor’s The Help had four nominations, and took home three of the top prizes (and since two of its nominations were in the same category, I’d say the film did a pretty good job).

Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer both won in their respective Leading and Support Female Actor categories, and very interestingly, the film beat the likes of The Artist, The Descendants, Bridesmaids, and Midnight in Paris in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category, the top prize of the night.

This could potentially throw the Oscars open, at least a little, with both The Artist
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18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Winners

18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Winners
Screen Actors Guild presented its coveted Actor&#174 statuette for the outstanding motion picture and primetime television performances of 2011 at the the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in ceremonies attended by film and television's leading actors, held Sunday, Jan. 29, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center. The the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was simulcast live coast-to-coast by TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. (Et) / 5 p.m. (Pt). An encore presentation was telecast on TNT at 10 p.m. (Et) / 7 p.m. (Pt).

Honored with individual awards were Viola Davis, Jean Dujardin, Christopher Plummer and Octavia Spencer for performances in motion pictures and Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Paul Giamatti, Jessica Lange, Betty White, and Kate Winslet for performances in television. Screen Actors Guild originated awards for the outstanding performances by a motion picture cast and by television drama and comedy ensembles. The Actor&#174 for a motion picture cast performance went this year to The Help,
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SAG Awards 2012: Winners include 'Modern Family,' Alec Baldwin and Betty White

The 18th annual Screen Actor's Guild Awards just announced it's winners on a live broadcast. Walking away with top honors tonight were "Modern Family,"  which won for Outstanding Ensemble in a TV Comedy Series and "Boardwalk Empire," which won for Outstanding Ensemble in a TV Drama Series. Alec Baldwin won Outstanding Male Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on "30 Rock." And the adorable Betty White won for Outstanding Female Actor in a Comedy Series. On the drama side we have Steve Buscemi as Lead Actor and Jessica Lange as Lead Actress.

The full list of winners is below.

Outstanding Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries

Diane Lane, "Cinema Verite"

Maggie Smith, "Downton Abbey"

Emily Watson, "Appropriate Adult"

Betty White, "The Lost Valentine"

Kate Winslet, "Mildred Pierce"

Outstanding Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries

Laurence Fishburne, "Thurgood"

Paul Giamatti, "Too Big to Fail"

Greg Kinnear,
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SAG Awards 2012: 'The Help' sweeps the statues

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"The Help" was the big winner at the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, nabbing the "actor" statue for Outstanding Cast in a Movie and Outstanding Female Actor and Supporting Actor for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer. On the men's side, the awards went to Christopher Plummer for Supporting Actor for "Beginners" and our new crush Jean DuJardin for "The Artist."

The full list of winners is below.

Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Movie

Berenice Bejo, "The Artist"

Jessica Chastain, "The Help"

Melissa McCarthy, "Bridesmaids"

Janet McTeer, "Albert Nobbs"

Octavia Spencer, "The Help"

Outstanding Male Actor in a Supporting Role in a Movie

Kenneth Branagh, "My Week With Marilyn"

Armie Hammer, "J. Edgar"

Jonah Hill, "Moneyball"

Nick Nolte, "Warrior"

Christopher Plummer, "Beginners"

Outstanding Female Actor in a Lead Role in a Movie

Glenn Close, "Albert Nobbs"

Viola Davis, "The Help"

Meryl Streep, "The Iron Lady"

Tilda Swinton,
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"The Help" Dominates SAG Awards, "Boardwalk Empire" and "Modern Family" Triumph! Check Out Complete Winners List!

"The Help" just received more help from the Screen Actors Guild, propelling the Oscar-nominated flick on top of the heap. Viola Davis took home the Best Actress trophy while Octavia Spencer won the Best Supporting Actress award. "The Help" also received the Best Acting Ensemble award at the 18th Annual SAG Awards.

It's a fitting recognition for a film that has a stronger cast rather than a powerful script or direction. When I first saw the film, my complaint was the by-the-numbers script, but I praised the acting ensemble for they rose above and beyond the screenplay.

Meanwhile, Jean Dujardin of "The Artist" surprised everyone by winning the Best Actor award. I honestly thought that George Clooney from "The Descendants" would win the trophy, but alas. This just made the Best Actor Oscar category totally unpredictable!

And I love that Christopher Plummer won the Best Supporting Actor award for "Beginners.
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2012 Screen Actors Guild Award Winners: 'The Help' Leads the Way

Photo: Screen Actors Guild Tonight the Screen Actors Guild handed out the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards and it was a night that offered very few surprises though there was that one moment that caught me off guard. To begin, The Help took home all three awards it was expected to win with Viola Davis winning Best Actress, Octavia Spencer winning Best Supporting Actress and the cast winning for Best Ensemble. Looking at these results I think you'd be pretty foolish to bet against Davis or Spencer at the Oscars in February, though I don't think this means anything for the film's Best Picture chances. However, one film's Oscar chances got yet another leg up tonight. George Clooney was the clear front-runner in the Best Actor category for The Descendants, but he did not take home the award as Jean Dujardin won for The Artist, giving the film its second bump
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Film News: ‘The Help’ Wins Top Prize at Screen Actors Guild Awards

Chicago – The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards premiered tonight, celebrating the best acting performances of the year. The awards are voted on by the members of the Screen Actors Guild, (apparently) making the awards more meaningful to the winners as they were chosen by their peers.

The biggest award of the evening, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, was awarded to the cast of “The Help,” which includes Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Emma Stone, Jessica Chastain, Bryce Dallas Howard, and many more. Spencer also took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role (adding another win to her high stack of accolades from previous award shows, including her wins at the Critic’s Choice Awards and the Golden Globes) and Viola Davis won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.

The other big winners in film were:
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Complete List of 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards Winners

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What you've been waiting for: the complete list of winners of the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild nominations. The winners are listed in bold with the other nominees.

Best Cast Of A Motion Picture

"The Help"

"The Artist"

"The Descendants"

"Midnight in Paris"

"Bridesmaids"

Best Actor

Jean Dujardin – "The Artist"

George Clooney – "The Descendants"

Leonardo DiCaprio – "J. Edgar"

Brad Pitt – "Moneyball"

Demian Bichir – "A Better Life"

Best Actress

Viola Davis – "The Help"

Meryl Streep – "The Iron Lady"

Tilda Swinton – "We Need to Talk About Kevin"

Michelle Williams – "My Week With Marilyn"

Glenn Close - "Albert Nobbs"

Best Supporting Actor

Christopher Plummer – "Beginners"

Kenneth Branagh – "My Week With Marilyn"

Nick Nolte – "Warrior"

Jonah Hill - "Moneyball"

Armie Hammer - "J. Edgar"

Best Supporting Actress

Octavia Spencer – "The Help"

Berenice Bejo – "The Artist"

Jessica Chastain – "The Help"

Melissa McCarthy – "Bridesmaids"

Janet McTeer - "Albert Nobbs"

Outstanding Stunt Performance By An Ensemble

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
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