Love Thy Neighbor (2006 TV Movie)
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In the small town of Williston, North Dakota, a modern day boomtown is growing exponentially as men down on their luck and desperately seeking work flock with hopes of being hired in the newly fracked oil fields that surround the town. This influx of migrant workers has brought an unforeseen strain on the community, as the large majority of them ride by bus or train into town with nothing more than a bag full of cloths and a heart full of hope, and hence, have no where to sleep. Those that do manage to drive themselves out in beat up minivans and lived in winnebagos have very few places to legally sleep in their vehicles. Enter Pastor Jay Reinke and his overnighters program that allows these world weary men to take refuge after dark in the Concordia Lutheran Church, much
On Wednesday's episode of Love Thy Neighbor, Linda comes home to find Phillip — the guy she just started dating — already cozying up to her family and playing cards with the crew in Hattie's kitchen. Will Linda regret her decision to choose him over William?
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Bergmann started his television career at NBC in 1947. He went on to work in advertising, where he matched companies such as Coca-Cola and Colgate with entertainment properties. The group behind the Grammy Awards sought Bergmann’s help in 1962 to bring the ceremony to TV. He then produced the music awards show for seven years.
Bergmann served as president of the DuMont Television Network and televised early NFL games and live boxing. Other TV credits include “The Arthur Godfrey Show,” ”Love Thy Neighbor” and “Three’s Company.”
Besides his wife, Bergmann is survived by six children, two stepsons, 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
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CBS, meanwhile, continues to take its lumps in the early part of TV’s summer season as it is especially hurt by the lower ratings for repeats that all nets are seeing. The Eye has finished fifth or lower in adults 18-49 for three straight weeks, and its decision to start summer perennial “Big Brother” earlier this year — it bows next week — is looking better by the minute.
In a week jam-packed with scripted originals on cable, ABC Family had good news as “The Fosters” rose in its second episode
According to Nielsen estimates, the comedic medical drama “Royal Pains” averaged a 0.71 rating in adults 18-49 and 3.68 million viewers overall in Wednesday’s 9 o’clock hour. This is a rather sharp decline in young adults from last year’s 0.97 and from the big 1.40 it did in opening its third season back in 2011.
In its time period, “Royal Pains” was beaten in both 18-49 and 25-54 by repeats of “The Big Bang Theory” on TBS and “Duck Dynasty” on A&E.
“Royal” did not hit a series low in total viewers, as it had a few episodes draw smaller overall crowds last season, including the show’s two-hour December episode
The hoops action may have been down from last year, but the Alphabet ruled Thursday and Sunday with it.
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The week featured the premieres of numerous scripted cable series, including ABC Family’s “The Fosters” and TNT’s “Graceland,” both of which did Ok. And among returning series, USA’s “Burn Notice” joined TNT’s “Falling Skies” and MTV’s “Teen Wolf” in posting good numbers.
As for original broadcast fare, there
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The bulk of the programming announced across six nets still has its roots in real life, and even the scripted fare is based on history or a non-fiction book. But the company’s decision to dabble in the scripted realm echoes maneuvers elsewhere. NBCUniversal’s Bravo is developing three scripted series based on novels centered on the wealthy and/or lovelorn, for example.
At Discovery Network, executives will unveil “Klondike,” based on Charlotte Gray’s book “Gold Diggers
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