To Tell the Truth (1956–2016)
…Up until a few days ago when the women’s march against Trump at Sundance took place exactly a year after the original women’s marches happened all over the world, when she addressed us this year and it felt great that she was among us.
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This catchphrase (from the old TV show To Tell the Truth), sums up the heart of seasoned
But by the time Edwards met Balascio’s mother, Kay, he claimed to be completely reformed.
What no one suspected was that he wasn’t just lying — he was a killer.
Charming and intelligent, Edwards used his past to gain fame and notoriety,
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According to Nielsen data, the two-hour premiere averaged a 1.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 10.8 million viewers. Compared to the Season 23 premiere (2.1, 12.2 million), that is a drop of approximately 19% in the key demo and 11% in total viewers.
Later on ABC, “To Tell the Truth” (0.9, 5.2 million) saw a significant increase in both measures airing behind the “Dancing with the Stars” premiere.
On NBC, “American Ninja Warrior” (1.5, 5.9 million) was even, while “Midnight Texas” (0.8, 2.8 million) was up in both measures.
For Fox, back-to-back episodes of “So You Think You Can Dance” at 8 p.m. (0.6, 2.3 million) and 9 p.m. (0.6, 2.1 million) were both even.
CBS and The CW aired only repeats.
ABC won the night with a 1.4 and 9 million total viewers. NBC was second with a 1.3 and 4.9 million. CBS
Leading out of that, To Tell the Truth (5.2 mil/0.9) hit summertime highs with its season finale.
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Over on NBC, American Ninja Warrior (5.9 mil/1.5) ticked down week-to-week with its finale, while the Midnight, Texas season finale (2.78 mil/0.8) rose to a three-episode audience high and drew its best rating since Aug. 7.
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With both shows airing from 8-10 p.m., “Bachelor in Paradise” averaged a 1.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.6 million viewers. “American Ninja Warrior” drew a 1.5 rating and 6.4 million viewers. “Bachelor in Paradise” was up by approximately 30% in the key demo and total viewers compared to last week, hitting a new high in both measures for the show’s fourth season. “American Ninja Warrior” was up by approximately 15% in the demo and 13% in total viewers from last week. Last Monday saw President Trump break into primetime to address the nation on his plans for the war in Afghanistan.
Later on NBC, “Midnight Texas” (0.9, 3.5 million) was up significantly in both measures from last week.
On ABC, “To Tell the Truth” (0.8, 3.3 million) spiked in the key demo compared to
Opening NBC’s night, American Ninja Warrior (6.5 mil/1.5) was up 13 percent and two tenths to hit and tie season highs.
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Over on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise (5.5 mil/1.7) rose 29 and 31 percent to hit season highs. Leading out of that, To Tell the Truth (3.3 mil/0.3) matched its most recent airing.
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