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Mipcom: Adrián Suar, Fox’s Edgar Spielmann on ‘The Host’

  • Variety
Cannes — Adrián Suar, Latin America’s most extraordinary hyphenate, sits in Cannes’ Palais des Festivals, the Croisette behind him, ready to talk up his latest pioneering move in the Latin American TV entertainment scene.

That’s no minor detail. As Fox pushes ever more into a digital cord-cutting world, Suar’s show, “The Host,” currently rates as the No 1 original production from Fox Networks Group Latin America on the new Fox + app.

Suar’s at Cannes, because, in a world of ever more global localization, the idea could also export as a format to other countries too.

The Host” is just the latest move in a remarkably broad career.

For the Argentine public, Suar’s one of the most recognizable faces of a hugely popular line in Argentine comedy of manners: 2008’s “A Boyfriend For My Wife,” “Just Like Me” in 2010, 2012’s “2 + 2” and last year’s “I Married a Dumbass,
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Is Rick leaving The Walking Dead in Season 9?

Fans want to know, is Rick leaving The Walking Dead? That’s a question getting asked a lot on social media. While a lot of die-hard viewers of the show may already know the answer, this information could come as a shock to other fans. Andrew Lincoln, the actor who plays Rick Grimes, has decided that he wants to move on to other projects. It was revealed a while ago, that his character will now get written out of the show. In fact, the countdown has already begun to his final appearance on the AMC program. Why is Rick leaving The […]

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ABC's The Kids Are Alright: Grade It!

ABC, which is already home to such TV families as the Goldbergs and the Conners, welcomed a new clan to its sitcom lineup with Tuesday’s debut of The Kids Are Alright.

Set in 1970s Southern California, Kids centers on the middle-class, Irish Catholic Cleary family, which boasts eight (!) children — all of them boys. Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead) and Mary McCormack (In Plain Sight) star as no-nonsense parents Mike and Peggy, who just barely have enough time, energy and money to keep a house full of eight sons running smoothly.

The sitcom’s events unfold through the eyes of middle child Timmy,
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Promo, clip and images for The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 3 – ‘Warning Signs’

AMC has released a promo, sneak peek clip and batch of images for the third episode of The Walking Dead season 9, entitled ‘Warning Signs’; check them out here…

See Also: The Walking Dead ratings plummet to series low

Rick’s vision for the future is threatened by a mysterious disappearance that divides the work camp where the communities are building a bridge.

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The Walking Dead season 9 airs on Sundays in the Us and on Mondays in the UK.

Photo credits: AMC

The post Promo, clip and images for The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 3 – ‘Warning Signs’ appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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AMC TV Show Ratings (updated 10/16/18)

Though AMC has had some popular scripted series that have run for years, many others have been cancelled after just one season. How are the current crop of shows doing? Which will be cancelled or renewed? We'll have to wait and see.

Scripted AMC Network shows listed: Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Dietland, Fear the Walking Dead, Feed the Beast, Halt and Catch Fire, Hell on Wheels, Humans, Into the Badlands, Lodge 49, Low Winter Sun, Mad Men, McMafia, The Night Manager, Preacher, The Son, The Terror, Turn: Washington's Spies, and The Walking Dead.

Last update: Most recent ratings added for The Walking Dead.

There's lots of data that AMC execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.
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The Walking Dead ratings plummet to series low

Things seem to be going from bad to worse for AMC’s long-running zombie drama The Walking Dead. After last weekend’s season nine opener plummeted 50% in viewership from the season eight premiere (the lowest since the series premiere back in 2010), Sunday’s episode ‘The Bridge’ has scored the lowest rating in the show’s history.

The second episode of season nine fell a further 19% from last week with an audience of 4.9 million. That translated to 2.0 rating in the key 18-49 demo, besting the previous low of 2.4 from the fourth episode of the first season. It’s also perilously close to the lowest audience numbers, 4.71 million viewers, set by the second ever episode. Given the show’s form, it seems a safe bet that Sunday’s upcoming third episode will reach an all-time low in terms of viewers.

In fairness to the series, these numbers don’t tell the full story,
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The Walking Dead Just Scored Its Lowest Ratings Ever

Season 9 of The Walking Dead was supposed to be a return to form after a somewhat muted reaction to season 8. It seems that this isn’t entirely going to play, though, as the second episode drew a weak 2.0 rating in the crucial 18-49 demographic, bringing in just 4.9 million viewers (that includes live and same day). It’s a pretty damn deep drop for the show, especially considering that the previous low point was way back in season 1 (with a 2.4 rating).

It marks a 20% drop the week after the season premiere, too, which itself had the lowest audience for a premiere since the first season, with a relatively anaemic six million tuning in. But does this spell doom for the show?

Well, AMC are being bullish about the numbers (they usually are), and a big part of their argument is that the first and second episodes of the new season were
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‘The Walking Dead’ Takes A Killer Hit As Ratings Fall To Series Low

  • Deadline
‘The Walking Dead’ Takes A Killer Hit As Ratings Fall To Series Low
The Walking Dead was all about looking to the future on Sunday but when it comes to the ratings, the future is looking increasingly bleak for the AMC zombie apocalypse series.

With a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49, the second episode of the ninth season of the show based on Robert Kirkman’s comics took the small screen’s once top rated show off a cliff to an all-time series low. “The Bridge” episode comes off last week’s highly promoted season opener, which was the lowest debut for the series and the second least watched premiere.

The October 14 Twd snagged an audience of 5 million, which was a drop of 19% from the October 7 season opener of the reset series. Among the 18-49, Twd fell 21% from the Season 9 debut.

On a show now available early on the no-ad AMC Premiere service and increasingly leaning towards delayed viewing, those drops are actually a
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‘Walking Dead’ Hits New Series Ratings Low

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‘Walking Dead’ Hits New Series Ratings Low
The Walking Dead” posted a new series low in the Nielsen ratings with Sunday night’s episode.

The second episode of Season 9 of the AMC series drew a 2.0 rating in the key adults 18-49 demographic and 4.9 million viewers in the Live+Same Day numbers. The show’s previous low in the key demo was a 2.4, which was set during Season 1. That is also very close to the show’s current low in total viewers, which is 4.7 million, also set during Season 1.

This week’s episode was also down around 20% in both measures from last week’s season premiere.

For the night as a whole, “The Walking Dead” ranked behind only “Sunday Night Football” in the key demo. Its closest competition beyond that was the Alcs game between the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox, which drew a 1.5 rating on TBS.

This marks the latest ratings blow to the show
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'Walking Dead' Star Jeffrey Dean Morgan Looks Toward the "Tough Year" Ahead

The Saviors have seen better days — their former king chief among them.

In the current status quo of AMC's The Walking Dead, the men and women hailing from the Sanctuary are struggling to survive, even in the midst of a post-apocalyptic renaissance. Despite best efforts from Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) to include the ex-Saviors in his new vision for the future, deep-rooted divisions between them and others in the Alexandria community remain, thanks to the events of "All-Out War."

No one feels the consequences of the long ago battle more immediately than Negan, the baseball-bat wielding ...
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Michael Cudlitz's New ABC Sitcom Is Filmed at the Production Facility He Literally Helped Build

Michael Cudlitz's New ABC Sitcom Is Filmed at the Production Facility He Literally Helped Build
Michael Cudlitz didn't need a tour of Calvert Studios in Van Nuys, Calif., when he began filming his new ABC family sitcom The Kids Are Alright there earlier this year. The Walking Dead and Southland alum spent plenty of time at the studio back in the '90s, when he not only ran the construction department — helping to build much of the facility's infrastructure — but also filming there with a recurring role on one of the most successful series that shot there: Beverly Hills, 90210.

"It's how I was able to support my ...
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Negan’s return on ‘The Walking Dead’ was just 1 of our 5 most shocking moments from ‘The Bridge’

Negan’s return on ‘The Walking Dead’ was just 1 of our 5 most shocking moments from ‘The Bridge’
Tensions surrounding The Saviors, and how to deal with them, boiled over in the latest episode of “The Walking Dead” Season 9. Not everyone is on board with Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) vision for peace and unity, including most notably Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who returns in full force in Episode 2. Throughout the hour, anger and resentment between opposing factions bubbles to the surface with catastrophic results. Below we dive into the Top 5 most shocking moments of “The Bridge.”

Maggie Relents

Saviors go missing, along with fuel they intended to trade with Hilltop for food. And after her #HilltopFirst power trip last episode, Maggie (Lauren Cohan) has no patience for Michonne’s (Danai Gurira) request to hand over the food anyway. Michonne also questions Maggie’s decision to keep Earl locked up, despite his attempted murder of Maggie. She eventually lets his wife Tammy Rose (Brett Butler) visit the prisoner, and
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The Walking Dead Episode 9.03 Photos and Preview Videos

Following the Friday the 13th-esque ending of last night's episode of The Walking Dead, viewers no doubt have a lot of questions about what's going to happen next, and we have photos and preview videos from next week's episode (aptly titled "Warning Signs") to help tide you over.

The Walking Dead Episode 9.03 – "Warning Signs": "Rick’s vision for the future is threatened by a mysterious disappearance that divides the work camp where the communities are building a bridge."

"Warning Signs" premieres on Sunday, October 21st at 9:00pm Et on AMC. Keep an eye out for more updates on The Walking Dead right here on Daily Dead, and check here for our previous season 9 coverage.

The Walking Dead Season 9 synopsis: "Last season brought the culmination of “All Out War,” which pitted Rick Grimes and his group of survivors against the Saviors and their cunning leader, Negan. With Negan’s life in his hands,
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Here’s This Week’s Full AMC FearFest Schedule, Including ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ and a Stephen King Marathon

Here’s This Week’s Full AMC FearFest Schedule, Including ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ and a Stephen King Marathon
Officially kicked off over the weekend, this year’s AMC FearFest will be an 18-day event featuring over 80 films and over 340 hours of programming, including horror franchise marathons as well as new episodes of “The Walking Dead” and “Eli Roth’s History of Horror.” Now that we’re into the first full week of this year’s FearFest, we wanted […]
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AMC’s The Walking Dead “The Last Stand” Art Print by Brian Rood Features Key Characters from “All Out War”

Rick and the survivors of the zombie apocalypse from The Walking Dead are still rebuilding, still trying to start anew which inspired artist Brian Rood to create this latest art print called "The Last Stand". Depicting the standoff between Michonne, Rick, Carol, Daryl, Maggie and the big bad of Season 8, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), this 18x24" print is 1 of only 150 pieces and is signed by the artist.

From Sideshow Collectibles: "What happened, what we did, what we lost… there’s gotta be something after.”

Sideshow is proud to present The Last Stand Fine Art Print, an officially licensed print from AMC’s The Walking Dead by artist Brian Rood.

Inspired by Season 8 of the hit apocalyptic drama, Rick Grimes and his fellow survivors stand armed against the unending tide of undead and human enemies in this dynamic collage of fan-favorite characters. Black and red accents bring together this assemblage of
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Patriots Snap Chiefs’ Winning Streak As ‘Sunday Night Football’ Ratings Rise

Taking down the previously unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs last night Tom Brady pulled off some NFL history on Sunday Night Football as the New England Patriots quarterback became the first signal-caller to win 200 regular season games.

Up against an NFL delayed 60 Minutes with its Donald Trump sitdown plus the second episode of The Walking Dead’s transformative new season and the Boston Red Sox’s 7-5 win over reigning Mlb champs the Houston Astros in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on cable, the Patriots’ 43-40 victory put NBC and the NFL back in the game, at least in the ratings.

In metered market results, last night’s Snf snagged a big league 14.6/25.

Easily taking the top primetime prize for the night, the hard fought Pats v. Chiefs match-up was up 18% in the early metrics from the Houston Texans win over the Dallas Cowboys last week. For the fifth week in a row,
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'Walking Dead' Boss Explains Season 9's Fluid Relationship With Time

[This story contains spoilers for season nine, episode two of AMC's The Walking Dead, "The Bridge."]

If events feel faster in The Walking Dead season nine, that's very much by design.

The second episode of the season, "The Bridge," takes place more than a month following the season premiere, "A New Beginning." It's a radical shift for the way in which Walking Dead stories are often told. While time jumps frequently occur between seasons (including the one between seasons eight and nine), the story tends to crawl within the context of the ...
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Chris Hardwick remembers late ‘The Walking Dead’ star Scott Wilson: He was ‘an incredibly kind and talented man’

Chris Hardwick remembers late ‘The Walking Dead’ star Scott Wilson: He was ‘an incredibly kind and talented man’
“I just have to say, Scott was such an incredibly kind and talented man and elevated every room that he was in,” Chris Hardwick remarked about the passing of “The Walking Dead” star Scott Wilson, who died on October 6 at the age of 76. During Sunday’s live episode of “Talking Dead,” Hardwick continued, “He was someone that I really cared deeply about and I always enjoyed seeing him. I just want to say tonight that we’re thinking about him and our thoughts and our hearts are with his friends and family.”

See‘The Walking Dead’ boss on Andrew Lincoln leaving: ‘We’re all sad about it,’ but we have ‘an ensemble cast’

Wilson’s character Hershel Greene was a fan favorite from Seasons 2-4 until he was killed off the show during the war between our heroes and the Governor (David Morrissey). After Hershel’s memorable death in the episode “Too Far Gone,
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The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 2 Review: The Bridge

Ron Hogan Oct 15, 2018

Can The Walking Dead refresh its creativity and evolve into something new? Perhaps, suggests the latest season 9 episode. Spoilers ahead...

This The Walking Dead review contains spoilers.

The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 2

Rick Grimes and his friends are working hard to build a new world. The remains of the old world, as established, are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. No gasoline, no canned goods, and a crumbling infrastructure that is making travel and trade between the sprawling collection of city-states difficult, if not impossible. Without tractors, modern farming is impossible. Without food, life is impossible. Sure, plows and wagons will help, but there's only so much that can be done, and the zombie menace is omnipresent, especially considering that bullets must be hand-filled and recycled. The only way to accomplish any big project is via lots and lots of manpower, so that means when the bridge needs to be rebuilt,
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The Walking Dead: Season Nine Viewer Votes

What kind of progress do the survivors make during the ninth season of The Walking Dead TV show on AMC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show The Walking Dead is cancelled or renewed for season 10. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Walking Dead season nine episodes below.

An AMC zombie apocalypse drama, based on the Robert Kirkman comics, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Alanna Masterson, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Katelyn Nacon, Tom Payne, Xander Berkeley, Khary Payton, Pollyanna McIntosh, Avi Nash, and Callan McAuliffe.
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