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TVLine Items: House of the Dragon Castings, Mayans Promotions and More

TVLine Items: House of the Dragon Castings, Mayans Promotions and More
Several more residents are entering the House of the Dragon, including an Outlander alum and a Fleabag vet.

HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel series has added the following actors to its ensemble: Ryan Corr (Wakefield) as Ser Harwin “Breakbones” Strong; Jefferson Hall (Devs) as Lord Jason Lannister and Tyland Lannister; David Horovitch (Doctors) as Grand Maester Mellos; Matthew Needham (Sandition) as Larys Strong; Bill Paterson (Fleabag) as Lord Lyman Beesbury; Gavin Spokes (Will) as Lord Lyonel Strong; and as previously reported, Graham McTavish (Outlander) as Ser Harrold Westerling.

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Big Brother Delivers One of Its Most Dramatic Evictions Ever as the Finalists Are Revealed — Who Got Booted?

Big Brother Delivers One of Its Most Dramatic Evictions Ever as the Finalists Are Revealed — Who Got Booted?
Exactly one week ago, Big Brother‘s Gentlemen alliance — that is, the team-up of Kyland and Xavier — seemed as rock-solid as The Renegades, The Hitmen and other memorable male Bb duos before them.

Even after watching this show for the past 22 seasons, I would have had trouble believing that after Kyland saved Xavier from the block last week, their relationship in the house would end just seven days later with 1) Kyland getting evicted, 2) Xavier serving as Hoh when Kyland got booted, and 3) Kyland antagonizing Xavier so much on his way out that I honestly thought a fistfight was about to break out.
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‘Manifest’ Returns To Claim Sixth Nielsen Weekly Streaming Chart Title; ‘Cruella’ Strong In Segue From Premium Window

‘Manifest’ Returns To Claim Sixth Nielsen Weekly Streaming Chart Title; ‘Cruella’ Strong In Segue From Premium Window
Manifest, the NBC series whose surge of streaming popularity led Netflix to bring it back for a fourth season, returned to top Nielsen’s weekly U.S. streaming chart.

The 42 available episodes across three seasons racked up almost 1.4 billion minutes of total viewing from August 23 to 29. It’s the sixth weekly win for the show, and the seventh time it has topped 1 billion minutes in a single week. The series got a boost from Season 3 being released on Netflix on August 21 and Netflix resurrecting the show on August 28.

Netflix’s Clickbait, released on August 25, finished No. 2 with 912 million viewing minutes.

Nielsen measures only streaming of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Disney+ programming, and only via a TV screen in the U.S., which leaves out mobile and overseas viewing. Numbers are delivered after a nearly month-long delay, by arrangement with the streaming providers.

Cruella on Disney+ collected 815 million minutes
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Fall 2021 TV Survey: 18 Network Chiefs on the Shows They’d Steal and How the Biz Should Change

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Fall 2021 TV Survey: 18 Network Chiefs on the Shows They’d Steal and How the Biz Should Change
The 2021-2022 TV season officially kicked off Monday, with a new season of “Dancing with the Stars” on ABC, the return of comedies, “NCIS” and the new “NCIS Hawai’i” on CBS, NBC’s new season of “The Voice” and the premiere of drama “Ordinary Joe,” and Fox’s new season bow of “9-1-1” and the launch of freshman drama “The Big Leap.”

Of all those shows, just one made it to a 1.0 rating with adults 18-49: “The Voice.” NBC won the night with a 0.9 rating. But of course, this isn’t news anymore, the massive live+same day ratings erosion has been years in the making, as audience habits change and more competitors flood the marketplace, all competing for viewer eyeballs. “Fall TV” isn’t the end-all, be-all of the television business that it once was, but nonetheless, it’s still a good time as a natural signpost to take the industry temperature.
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Seal Team Season 5 Trailer: Bravo Spins Up to Prevent 'World War III'

Seal Team Season 5 Trailer: Bravo Spins Up to Prevent 'World War III'
“We are so back,” Bravo 1 (played by David Boreanaz) happily declares at the close of the trailer for Seal Team Season 5. But are Jason, Ray, Sonny et al in good enough shape to — in success — prevent World War III?

TVLine has an exclusive first look at the full trailer for Season 5 above, and when it’s not inviting us to wonder who Davis is having a cozy dinner with, it’s putting the fear of God into us and Bravo, as they are sent to Africa to react to a mass casualty terrorist attack.

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TV Ratings: ‘FBI: International’ Premiere Pulls in Over 6 Million Viewers, ‘Our Kind of People’ Makes Quiet Debut

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TV Ratings: ‘FBI: International’ Premiere Pulls in Over 6 Million Viewers, ‘Our Kind of People’ Makes Quiet Debut
For the first time since 2017, CBS has now won both Monday and Tuesday nights of premiere week thanks to the return of its hugely successful “NCIS” and “FBI” franchises. On average, CBS garnered 6.63 million viewers on Tuesday, Sept. 21, and its three-hour window dedicated to the Dick Wolf police procedural trilogy had solid viewer retention throughout the night.

“FBI” kicked off at 8 p.m. with 6.77 million viewers in Nielsen Live+Same Day fast nationals, “FBI: Most Wanted” was broadcast at 9 p.m. and drew in 6.87 million viewers (a 27% jump compared to last year’s debut) and at 10 p.m., the new kid on the block “FBI: International” won the hour with 6.24 million viewers, beating its combined competition by 29%. “FBI: International” launched as a planted spinoff episode involving a crossover storyline between “FBI” and “Most Wanted.” The story revolves around elite agents who work in the bureau’s international division with the
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FBI: Most Wanted: Kellan Lutz Confirms Series Exit Following Season 3 Premiere — Read Statement

FBI: Most Wanted: Kellan Lutz Confirms Series Exit Following Season 3 Premiere — Read Statement
FBI: Most Wanted viewers have seen the last of Special Agent Kenny Crosby.

Following the events of Tuesday’s Season 3 premiere — which was Part 2 of a three-part crossover with FBI and new spinoff FBI: International — original cast member Kellan Lutz has confirmed his departure from the CBS procedural.

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After the episode, the Twilight
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Fall TV 2021: Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Photos)

Fall TV 2021: Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Photos)
Fall has officially begun and with it comes the arrival of pumpkin spice, changing leaves and Fall TV. With new and returning series hitting broadcast networks, cable channels and streaming services soon, TheWrap has rounded up a list of premiere dates to make sure you don’t miss anything important.

Click through our gallery here to see when your favorite shows will return — and when your new favorites will launch.

Series: “A.P. Bio” Net: Peacock Premiere Date: Thursday, Sept. 2 Time: N/A

Series: “Q-Force” Net: Netflix Premiere Date: Thursday, Sept. 2 Time: N/A

Series: “What We Do in the Shadows” Net: FX Premiere Date: Thursday, Sept. 2 Time: 10 p.m.

Series: “The D’Amelio Show” Net: Hulu Premiere Date: Friday, Sept. 3 Time: N/A

Series: “Money Heist” Net: Netflix Premiere Date: Friday, Sept. 3 Time: N/A

Series: “Billions” Net: Showtime Premiere Date: Sunday, Sept. 5 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: “Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space
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‘NCIS’ & ‘The Voice’ Returns Top Monday; Newcomers ‘Ordinary Joe,’ ‘The Big Leap’ Debut Quietly – Update

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‘NCIS’ & ‘The Voice’ Returns Top Monday; Newcomers ‘Ordinary Joe,’ ‘The Big Leap’ Debut Quietly – Update
Update 1:30 Pm: With final numbers in, ABC and Fox dropped slightly after adjustments accounting for local football preemptions, as anticipated. Most notable of the shifts that of Fox’s The Big Leap. The series premiere slipped to a 0.3 demo rating and 1.47 million viewers. The Voice, meanwhile, was adjusted up to a 1.1 demo rating, remaining No.1 for the night, and 7.22 million viewers. Monday’s most watched series, CBS’ NCIS, also saw its audience adjusted up, to 8.5 million.

Previous: The new 2021-22 broadcast season kicked off Monday night with the latest installments of The Voice and NCIS leading the pack in the early ratings results.

In Monday’s primetime roster that featured three new series, CBS’ NCIS: Hawai’i, Fox’s The Big Leap and NBC’s Ordinary Joe, it was the returning titles that scored. Per fast affiliate numbers, The Voice won the night with a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demo and 6.98 million viewers.
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Ratings: The Voice and Relocated NCIS Lead Monday, The Big Leap Stumbles

Ratings: The Voice and Relocated NCIS Lead Monday, The Big Leap Stumbles
In the first batch of TV ratings from Premiere Week 2021, CBS’ NCIS led the night in total viewers, with its big move to Mondays, while NBC’s The Voice dominated in the demo.

In adjusted national ratings, NCIS opened Season 19 with 8.5 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating (and a TVLine reader grade “A-“), easily delivering Monday’s biggest audience and down just a tick from last season’s averages. Leading out of that, NCIS: Hawai’i debuted with the night’s third largest audience (6.6 mil) and a 0.5 rating — the strongest retention of any Monday newbie. (Read recap.)

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TV Ratings: ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Debuts Strong, While ‘The Big Leap’ Makes Small Entrance

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TV Ratings: ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Debuts Strong, While ‘The Big Leap’ Makes Small Entrance
NCIS: Hawai’i” scored big for CBS on the first Monday of the fall TV season (a feat achieved even with the competition with all of the other networks back with originals and ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.”) The police procedural, which stars Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami, Jason Antoon, Noah Mills, Alex Tarrant, Tori Anderson and Kian Talan, was the top show of the 10 p.m. primetime slot, attracting 6.33 million viewers and improving on last year’s premiere of “Bull” by over 40% in the same time period.

The Og “NCIS,” created by Donald P. Bellisario and Don McGill, made a triumphant 19th season return with a premiere that landed the show at the top of primetime at 9 p.m., garnering over 8.15 million viewers and a rating of 0.7 in the key demographic of adults ages 18-49. The military crime drama improved in the time slot by over 91% compared to last year’s
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TV Ratings: ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Scores Top Series Debut Monday

TV Ratings: ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Scores Top Series Debut Monday
The 2021-22 TV season opened Monday with a decidedly mixed bag for several new series and veterans NCIS and The Voice leading primetime ratings. ESPN’s Monday Night Football had a solid showing as well — and the alternate “Manning-cast” on ESPN2 more than doubled its audience from a week ago.

Of the three rookies premiering Monday night, CBS’ NCIS: Hawai’i drew the largest audience (6.58 million viewers) by a sizable margin. NBC’s Ordinary Joe posted 3.9 million viewers and a 0.52 rating among adults 18-49, just edging NCIS: Hawai’i‘s 0.51 in the demo and topping ...
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Monday TV Ratings: How Did ‘NCIS’ Do in Its New Time Slot?

Monday TV Ratings: How Did ‘NCIS’ Do in Its New Time Slot?
Inarguably the biggest and most surprising scheduling move for fall 2021 is NCIS out of its usual Tuesday, 8/7c slot to Mondays at 9/8c, leading into the new spinoff in the franchise, Hawai’i. But with the procedural heading into its 19th season, fans are likely to follow it wherever it goes, right? Yes (mostly). NCIS still brought in the most viewers on September 20, with 8.15 million watching the premiere. That’s just slightly down from the Season 18 finale (8.5 million). Perhaps what will be most telling as to whether or not the night and time move will have any impact on its ratings is how many tune in next week, now that fans know Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) fate after his boat exploded last spring. Elsewhere on the night, NCIS: Hawai’i debuted to 6.33 million viewers, the most-watched show in its 10/9c slot opposite Ordinary Joe (3.81 million), the second most-watched scripted show on the
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Ratings: ‘Ordinary Joe’ Has Bigger Premiere Than ‘The Big Leap’

Ratings: ‘Ordinary Joe’ Has Bigger Premiere Than ‘The Big Leap’
Three new broadcast series, “NCIS: Hawai’i,” “Ordinary Joe” and “The Big Leap,” launched last night. But it was the returning shows, “The Voice,” “NCIS,” “Dancing With the Stars” and “9-1-1” that led primetime. Certain Fox and ABC affiliates carried last night’s “Monday Night Football” game. Therefore, the below Nielsen numbers for those two networks should be considered extra subject to adjustment when final figures arrive later today. NBC was first in ratings with a 0.9 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in total viewers with an average of 5.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. The “Voice” season premiere from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. averaged a 1.0 rating and 7 million total viewers. At 10, “Ordinary Joe” debuted to a 0.5 rating and 3.8 million total viewers. ABC was second in ratings with a 0.7 and third in total viewers with 4.4 million. The “DWTS” season premiere from 8 to 10 averaged a 0.9 rating and 5.5 million total viewers.
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TV Ratings: NCIS Christens New Time Slot With Series Low, 9-1-1 Returns Down

TV Ratings: NCIS Christens New Time Slot With Series Low, 9-1-1 Returns Down
The fall season is underway ... but the numbers are pretty depressing.

Premiere week Monday only had one show crack a 1.0.

NBC's The Voice had 7 million viewers across both hours of its premiere, as well as a 1.0 in the first hour and a 1.1 in the second.

Looks like people were excited to see Ariana Grande as a coach.

Ordinary Joe launched out of The Voice at 3.8 million viewers and a 0.5 rating -- shedding half of its lead-in.

Then again, did anyone really expect this show to be compatible with The Voice?

The show could emerge as a streaming success, and, to be honest, a 0.5 at 10 p.m. is not that bad.

It matched the demo tally of NCIS: Hawai'i, but the new spinoff had 6.3 million viewers to go along with that figure.

For a new NCIS series, this was not a great start. The demo is down a bit from
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‘NCIS’ Preview: Will Gibbs Get His Badge Back? (Video)

‘NCIS’ Preview: Will Gibbs Get His Badge Back? (Video)
Now that the NCIS Season 19 premiere has revealed Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) fate, it’s time for the team to focus on the investigation into the serial killer he and reporter Marcie Warren (Pam Dawber) have been trying to track down. But who exactly is going to be part of the case? Well, Gibbs is alive and he did agree to come back, as McGee (Sean Murray) requested at the end of the premiere. As he pointed out, they might not need him, but “we are better together. … You built us. Now we got a serial killer to catch, but in order to do that, we need to be a team. We need to be your team.” And it looks like Gibbs is in all-in on hunting down the person responsible for killing multiple women and blowing up his boat. Is ...
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NCIS Season Premiere Reveals What Happened to Gibbs

NCIS Season Premiere Reveals What Happened to Gibbs
NCIS is back ... on a new night.

Yes, Monday nights are already busy as hell, and throwing NCIS on a new night after 18 seasons on Tuesdays was a choice.

If you watch NCIS online, you know the series wrapped its previous season with Gibbs seemingly swimming to safety after his boat was blown up.

There's a serial killer on the loose, but at least NCIS Season 19 Episode 1 finally delved deeper into what really happened to Mark Harmon's scene-stealing character.

When we picked up on "Blood in the Water," Gibbs made it to the shore, but there was a genuinely chilling scene when he realized his torso had been impaled by wood during the blast.

In one of the most shocking scenes of the series, he fell back into the lake and floated along. Yep, he was also bleeding out.

This show, you guys.

The good news is that Gibbs
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Watch NCIS: Hawai'i Online: Season 1 Episode 1

Watch NCIS: Hawai'i Online: Season 1 Episode 1
This is not your typical NCIS.

NCIS: Hawai'i Season 1 Episode 1 introduced us to Jane Tennant, the leader of NCIS: Pearl, and she was a breath of fresh air.

Jane and her team balanced duty, family, and country on the series premiere after a high-stakes crime that threatened to destroy their careers.

With the death of a high-class member of the NCIS, the team uncovered secrets and lies that made them question everything they thought they knew about their workplace.

There was also a new face in Kai, who caused a bit of a stir in his early days on the team.

Watch NCIS: Hawai'i Season 1 Episode 1 Online

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TV Fanatic is your destination for the latest news,
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Watch NCIS Online: Season 19 Episode 1

Watch NCIS Online: Season 19 Episode 1
What happened to Gibbs?

NCIS Season 19 Episode 1 finally lifted the lid on what happened to the beloved character after his boat was blown to smithereens.

With Mark Harmon said to be part-time this season, did the character go into hiding?

Either way, the NCIS team pressed forward with a risky mission to find out details on his whereabouts.

Meanwhile, the team also had to come to terms with another big change to the team.

Watch NCIS Season 19 Episode 1 Online

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Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

TV Fanatic is your destination for the latest news, spoilers, reviews, and so much more!
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Grade the NCIS: Hawai'i Premiere — Plus, EP Discusses If LGBTQ Reveal Is Meaningful Franchise Milestone

Grade the NCIS: Hawai'i Premiere — Plus, EP Discusses If LGBTQ Reveal Is Meaningful Franchise Milestone
CBS’ NCIS franchise this Monday night whisked us off to Hawaii, where Vanessa Lachey’s Jane Tennant is the Special Agent in Charge. After sampling NCIS: Hawai’i, will you book a return trip?

Airing Monday nights at 10/9c (leading out of the relocated Og NCIS), Hawai’i stars Lachey as Jane Tennant, a single mom who in the premiere is pulled away from coaching her daughter’s soccer team to investigate the crash of a manned, top secret aircraft. Upon arriving via helicopter at the crash scene, she bumps up against Navy Capt. Joe Milius, played by Enver Gjokaj
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