Muir, the anchor of ABC’s “World News Tonight,” is the most-liked TV media personality, according to TheWrap‘s latest study of Q Scores. Kelly, the host of the “Today” show’s third hour bookended on the wrong end of our list.
Q Scores are an entertainment industry-used measurement of a celebrity or a brand’s likability. The higher the Positive Q Score, the more survey respondents marked the individual or company as being among their favorites. The lower — well, you get it.
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TheWrap researched the Q Scores of 30 well-known television newscasters, anchors and hosts to rank them by their Positive Q Scores. Here is a random sample from our findings:
Personality: John Dickerson
Positive Q Score: 20
Personality: Ginger Zee
Positive Q Score: 19
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Personality: Anderson Cooper
Positive Q Score: 15
Rank: 15 (tie)
Personality: Gayle King
Positive Q Score: 14
Rank: 25 (tie)
Personality: Sean Hannity
Positive Q Score: 10
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It’s important to note here that the Positive Q Score for any celebrity with a Familiarity score less than 20 should be considered unstable.
And for the record, we looked into 57 total TV news personalities, but almost half of them did not have Q Scores.
Scroll through our gallery for the full rankings.
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The veteran CBS drama series has been renewed for Season 16, and leading man, Mark Harmon will continue to star and executive produce.
“It’s pretty simple – viewers everywhere love NCIS,” Kelly Kahl, President of CBS Entertainment, said in a statement.
“This show speaks to viewers of all ages, in all parts of the country and around the world. NCIS‘ amazing characters and terrific storytelling result in some of TV’s most passionate fans."
"Of course, none of this would be possible without an outstanding production team, and talented cast led by the incomparable and absolutely tireless Mark Harmon."
"We’re thrilled he is returning as the centerpiece of the show, and we could not be more excited for NCIS 16th season.”
As previously reported, Pauley Perrette is exiting the series, and her final episode is slated to air Tuesday, May 8.
“It’s pretty simple — viewers everywhere love ‘NCIS,'” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment. “This show speaks to viewers of all ages, in all parts of the country and around the world. ‘NCIS” amazing characters and terrific storytelling result in some of TV’s most passionate fans.”
“Of course, none of this would be possible without an outstanding production team, and talented cast led by the incomparable and absolutely tireless Mark Harmon,” he continued. “We’re thrilled he is returning as the centerpiece of the show, and we could not be more excited for ‘NCIS” 16th season.”
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This season, “NCIS” is averaging 17 million viewers per episode, according to Nielsen’s “most current” data stream, which counts a week of delayed viewing where available. “NCIS” is also a smash hit globally, and is licensed in more than 200 territories.
“NCIS” premiered on CBS in 2003. During the 2009-2010 broadcast season, it became the No. 1 drama on broadcast television, and has held that title for each completed season since.
We”ll know in a few weeks if “NCIS” can make that claim again, or if “This Is Us” stays ahead of it as the most-watched drama of the 2017-18 season.
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CBS has renewed NCIS for a 16th season, the network announced on Friday. What’s more, Mark Harmon has signed a new deal to remain on as a star and executive producer of the long-running procedural.
“It’s pretty simple – viewers everywhere love NCIS,” Kelly Kahl, President of CBS Entertainment, said in a statement. “This show speaks to viewers of all ages, in all parts of the country and around the world. NCIS‘ amazing characters and terrific storytelling result in some of TV’s most passionate fans. Of course, none of this would be
Pauley Perrette this Friday wrapped her 15-year run on CBS’ NCIS, and marked the occasion by tweeting out a series of photos with four co-stars.
“Finished shooting my last scene of NCIS with @SeanHMurray @BrianDietzen @EmilyWickersham @WValderrama,” the actress wrote, posing with those who portray McGee, Jimmy, Bishop and Torres.
Perrette’s big, final episodes will air Tuesday, May 1 and Tuesday, May 8, ahead of the procedural’s Season 15 finale (on May 22). It remains to be seen how and why exactly forensics whiz Abby Sciuto will bid the team adieu.
Finished shooting my last
Yes, that means we know the exact date Abby's final episode of NCIS will air, as well as the date Sheldon and Amy will marry on The Big Bang Theory.
Scorpion is first up when it wraps Season 4 Monday, April 16.
All told, have a look at the full list of finale dates below!
Monday, April 16
10 pm Scorpion
Wednesday, April 18
8 pm Criminal Minds (two hours)
Friday, May 4
8 pm MacGyver
Monday, May 7
8 pm Kevin Can Wait
Tuesday, May 8
9 pm Bull
Thursday, May 10
8 pm The Big Bang Theory
8:30 pm Young Sheldon
9 pm Mom (one hour)
Friday, May 11
10 pm Blue Bloods
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Monday, May 14
9 pm Superior Donuts
Tuesday, May 15
9 pm NCIS: New Orleans (two hours)
Wednesday, May 16
9 pm Seal Team
Thursday, May 17
9 pm Life in Pieces
10 pm S.
The disco chic inspired “Boogie Wonderland” theme is celebrating the creation of 70 universally accessible inclusive playgrounds worldwide. The evening will include special guest performances by the legendary Sheila E., and the Emmy-nominated choreographer Dmitry Chaplin with his friends from “Dancing With The Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance”. The festivities will kick off with celebrity red carpet arrivals and cocktail reception, followed by a silent/live auction, seated dinner, awards program, dancing to live music by the Boogie Knights, and so much more.
This star-studded evening of dance and philanthropy will honor prominent advocates in the special needs community. VIP guests scheduled to attend include Jk Simmons (“Father Figures”, “Whiplash”), legendary percussionist Sheila E.
Question: Have you heard anything yet about how Abby is leaving NCIS? —Jane
Ausiello: Only that leading up to the end of her 15-season run, Pauley Perrette has aimed to scatter Easter eggs for longtime fans to find. “Her approach to [leaving] is to have fun with this,” Rocky Carroll told Matt Mitovich. “What she has been doing for her fans is make sprinkle in callbacks, certain Abby-isms, these little treats that the diehard NCIS fans will recognize. It
Guests will be grooving all night long with live performances presented by one of America’s favorite dancers, Emmy-nominated choreographer Dmitry Chaplin, who will be joined by his friends from “Dancing With The Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance”.
Celebrating the opening of 70 inclusive playgrounds worldwide, the festivities will recall the retro chic style of the 70s with a “Boogie Wonderland” theme, featuring live musical entertainment performed by The Boogie Knights. Also performing is X-Factor’s Emmanuel Kelly, who will receive the Trailblazer Award for overcoming severe obstacles to pursue his dream of becoming the world’s first differently-abled pop star.
This star-studded evening of dance and philanthropy will honor other prominent advocates in the special needs community,
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The cable network Freeform has made a pilot production commitment with Sony Pictures Television Studios for a new take on the ’90s Fox drama, THR.com reports. Original series creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman are spearheading the project.
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