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NBC 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 6/25/18)

Last season, NBC found success in the ratings with This Is Us and some other scripted series. Many other new TV shows were cancelled.  Which TV shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 season? Stay tuned.NBC shows this season (so far):  American Ninja Warrior, America's Got Talent, AP Bio, Better Late Than Never, The Blacklist, The Brave, Champions, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago Pd, Dateline NBC, Ellen's Game of Games, Genius Junior, Good Girls, The Good Place, Great News, Law & Order True Crime, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Little Big Shots, Marlon, Running Wild w/ Bear Grylls, Rise, Shades of Blue, Superstore, This Is Us, Timeless, The Voice, The Wall, and Will & Grace.There's lots of data that NBC execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but the ratings are typically the biggest piece.
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Blake Shelton Says He's Not Afraid to Get Married Again: "Bring It On"

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Blake Shelton Says He's Not Afraid to Get Married Again:
There could be wedding bells in Blake Shelton's future, once again. The 42-year-old country singer, who is dating Gwen Stefani, revealed he's still open to another chance at marriage during a recent interview with Sunday Today.

Blake and Gwen met while coaching on the hit TV show The Voice, and according to Blake, she "saved" him after his painful divorce from fellow country star Miranda Lambert.

While he thought their relationship was a "rebound deal" since Gwen was also separating from Gavin Rossdale at the time, the bond between the pair grew, and now he cherishes the three years they've had together so far. When it comes to tying the knot, Blake's absolutely open to it. "Of course I would," he shared in his interview. "I don't know if I will, but of course I would. I'm not afraid. Bring it on!"

Blake may be an open book when
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‘The Voice’ Emmy submissions: Will it continue its awards reign with help from Chloe Kohanski and Brynn Cartelli?

‘The Voice’ Emmy submissions: Will it continue its awards reign with help from Chloe Kohanski and Brynn Cartelli?
The Voice” enters the 2018 Emmy race as the defending champion for Best Reality-Competition Program. It has won that prize for four of the last five years, including the last three in a row. Will it continue to dominate the race? On this year’s Emmy ballots it has some help from season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski and season 14 champ Brynn Cartelli. Scroll down to see the show’s complete list of Emmy submissions.

The singing competition has won 7 Emmys overall out of 36 nominations, and it has won at least one award every year except 2012 and 2014. It was nominated seven times in 2017 alone: in addition to Best Reality-Competition Program, it was also up for Best Casting (Reality), Best Sound Mixing (Variety), Best Makeup (Multi-Camera), Best Short Form Variety Series (“Behind the Voice”), Best Hairstyling (Multi-Camera) and Best Production Design (Variety/Nonfiction/Reality). That was its second biggest nominations haul ever, behind the
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MGM Acquires ‘Live Pd’ Producer Big Fish Entertainment

MGM has acquired Big Fish Entertainment, the New York-based unscripted production banner that is home to A&E’s “Live Pd,” VH1’s “Black Ink Crew,” and WeTV’s “Hustle and Soul,” among other shows.

Financial details of the sale were not disclosed. Big Fish will continue to operate under its own moniker and be led by president Dan Cesareo, who reports to MGM unscripted TV head Barry Poznick.

The purchase brings another busy unscripted TV shop into the MGM tent. The Lion has been shopping for producers who are active in the cable reality market to complement the broadcast network
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Can ‘Project Runway’ finally take off at the Emmys, please?

Can ‘Project Runway’ finally take off at the Emmys, please?
Project Runway” has been stuck on the Emmy runway for far too long.

It’s been nominated for Best Reality-Competition Program consecutively for the 13 years since it debuted on TV, but it’s been forced to step back year after year for winners in that category with slicker production values and heart-swelling songs (“The Voice” won 4 times), etc. Victories by “The Voice” are particularly noteworthy since they occurred over the past 5 years; the last 3 victories were consecutive.

Now “The Voice” seems unstoppable much like “Amazing Race” once outran all rivals in the old days. Over the past 15 years of this category’s existence, those two programs have hogged the winners’ circle with only one exception: “Top Chef” had the secret recipe for a shockeroo in 2010.

But that means more upsets are possible – so the Emmy hopes of “Project Runway” remain alive. It’s already won two Emmys in other categories in the past.
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NBC Announces Fall 2018 Premiere Dates

Right on schedule -- and just before the official beginning of summer -- NBC has announced the premiere dates for its new and returning TV shows, debuting in the Fall of 2018. The Peacock Network's new 2018-19 television season will kick off with season 15 of The Voice, followed by the series premiere of Manifest. For now at least, in addition to Manifest -- a mystery drama starring Once Upon a Time vet Josh Dallas -- the only other new series premieres announced is for medical drama New Amsterdam, starring Blacklist alum, Ryan Egghold, and sitcom I Feel Bad, from executive producer Amy Poehler and writer Aseem Batra. Meanwhile, aside from The Voice, returning NBC TV series premiering this fall include: This Is Us season three; Chicago Med season four; Chicago Fire season seven; Chicago Pd season six; The Good
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TV News Roundup: Courtney B. Vance, Aunjanue Ellis, Elizabeth Debicki Join HBO’s ‘Lovecraft Country’

TV News Roundup: Courtney B. Vance, Aunjanue Ellis, Elizabeth Debicki Join HBO’s ‘Lovecraft Country’
In today’s roundup, HBO’s “Lovecraft Country” adds new cast members including Courtney B. Vance and Elizabeth Debicki, while NBC reveals its fall premiere dates.


Courtney B. Vance, Aunjanue Ellis, and Elizabeth Debicki have signed onto HBO‘s “Lovecraft Country,” playing George Black, Hippolyta Black, and Christina Braithwhite respectively. The series is based on the 2016 novel by Matt Ruff that follows Atticus Black as he travels on a roadtrip across 1950s Jim Crow America with his friend Letitia and Uncle George in search of his mother and father. Previously announced cast members include Jonathan Majors as Atticus Black,
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Hannah Hart, GLAAD To Raise $50,000 For Lgbtq+ Youth With ‘Pride Live’ Variety Show

Hannah Hart is putting together a Pride Month bash that will support a noble cause. Hart, a notable member of YouTube's Lgbtq+ community and a GLAAD board member, will team up with GLAAD, YouTube Space La, BuzzFeed, and Into for Pride Live, a star-studded variety show that will aim to raise $50,000 for GLAAD initiatives.

Pride Live, which will air on GLAAD's YouTube channel between 3 and 6 Pm Et on June 29, will be styled like a live telethon. During the broadcast, viewers will be able to use YouTube's Super Chat feature to contribute donations. The goal is to raise $50,000, with all of the proceeds going to youth-focused GLAAD initiatives like Amplify Your Voice.

Some notable names from the YouTube community and beyond will join Hart for Pride Live, which will be hosted at YouTube Space La. Scheduled guests include Betty Who, DJ Flula, Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig, Trace Lysette (Transparent), Laith Ashley
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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ is the early Emmy favorite to take down ‘The Voice’

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ is the early Emmy favorite to take down ‘The Voice’
Is “RuPaul’s Drag Race” finally going to tell “The Voice” to sashay away from the Emmy stage? The VH1 series is the early favorite to win Best Reality-Competition Program, according to our combined odds.

The Voice,” of course, has won the last three years and has a fourth win from 2013. Since the category was added in 2003, there have only been three champs: “The Voice,” “Top Chef” (2010) and “The Amazing Race,” which won 10 times, including the first seven in a row.

See Michelle Visage (‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’): ‘Our show has changed the world’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Needless to say, the category could use some diversifying, but given “The Voice”’ win streak and the Emmys’ penchant for rubber-stamping, we could be in “The Voice” era right now. But while the Emmys might have been slow to get on the “Drag Race” bandwagon, voters have given it more love each year.

“Drag Race
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NBC Sets Fall Premiere Dates: When Do Your Favorites Return?

NBC is the first of the major broadcast networks to firm up its plans for 2018-19, and we now know when the network will launch its revamped fall schedule.

Things kick off when The Voice continues to hit the high notes on Monday, September 24 at 8/7c. That will lead into Manifest, the latest broadcast thriller about a missing plane.

Will this one be able to outlive The Event? We'll need to lay eyes on the first few episodes before making a decision.

The Brave struggled to hold much of The Voice's lead-in, but time will tell whether Manifest will be able to cut through the clutter and become a hit.

NBC Fall Schedule: Where's Brooklyn Nine-Nine?

As previously reported, This Is Us will remain on Tuesday nights with The Voice, and new medical drama, New Amsterdam.

No, it's not a revival of that failed Fox drama with Jaime Lannister from Game of Thrones.
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NBC Sets Fall Premieres for ‘This is Us,’ ‘The Good Place,’ ‘Will and Grace’ and More

NBC has announced fall premiere dates for the 2018-2019 schedule, including return dates for its most popular shows, beginning the week of September 24.

The Voice” crew will return on Monday, September 24, at 8 p.m., followed by new drama “Manifest” at 10 p.m.

Emmy-winning “This Is Us” will return to its Tuesday slot for Season 3 on September 25, followed by the new medical drama “New Amsterdam.”

Also Read: 'Killing Eve' and 'The Americans' Lead TCA Awards Nominations

Spend Wednesdays in Chicago with the premieres of “Chicago Med,” “Chicago Fire,” and “Chicago P.D.” beginning September 26, and return to “The Good Place” with a one hour premiere on Thursday, September 27. “Superstore” premieres the following Thursday, October 4, followed by “The Good Place,” “Will & Grace” and then the new half-hour comedy “I Feel Bad.”

The fourth season of “Blindspot” will premiere Friday, October 12, and Season 2 of “Midnight, Texas,” will premiere on Friday,
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NBC Just Revealed Fall 2018 Premiere Dates for This Is Us, The Good Place, The Voice and More

Summer may have just begun, but NBC's already looking ahead to the fall. The Peacock network just announced the premiere dates for their upcoming 2018-19 season, so now we know exactly how many days stand between us and the return of the Pearson family on our TV screens! That number? 98! NBC's fall premieres kick off on Monday, Sept 24 with the return of The Voice, featuring coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and Jennifer Hudson in those iconic red chairs for season 15, followed by the premiere of new drama Manifest, a mystery starring Once Upon a Time's Josh Dallas that follows a turbulent but seemingly routine flight that is anything but. Other highlights include This Is Us'...
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NBC Sets Fall 2018 Premiere Dates: ‘This Is Us’, ‘The Voice’, ‘Manifest’ & More

NBC has set the post-Emmy week of September 24 for the premiere of the bulk of its fall lineup, beginning with The Voice, with coaches Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton on Monday, September 24, immediately followed by the premiere of new drama Manifest. Season 3 of This is Us debuts at 9 Pm Tuesday, September 25 followed by the 10 Pm premiere of medical drama New Amsterdam, starring Ryan Eggold. Wednesday, September 26 launches the all-Chicago…
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NBC Fall Premiere Dates: This Is Us, #OneChicago, Xl Good Place and More

NBC is the first broadcast network to unveil its premiere plan for the 2018-19 TV season, and the network will kick things off with Monday, Sept. 24 with the return of The Voice leading into new Lost-esque thriller Manifest.

The Peacock’s No. 1 hit, This Is Us, launches Season 3 the following night, Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Also of note: The Good Place returns Thursday, Sept. 27 with a special one-hour episode, which leads into a special two-hour Law & Order: Svu. NBC’s regular Thursday lineup kicks off the following week.

Scroll down for NBC’s complete fall game plan.

Monday, Sept. 24

8 pm The Voice

10 pm Manifest (Watch Trailer)

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NBC Fall Premiere Dates: New Schedule Rolls Out Week After Emmys

On the heels of another season as America’s top-rated network, NBC is readying its fall 2018 slate with a slew of premiere dates.

This Is Us, The Voice, The Good Place and many others will bow during the last week of September, with several comedies and some Friday dramas joining in October.

The slate will come after a promising month for the network, one that sees the return of Sunday Night Football featuring the Atlanta Falcons vs. the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 6 and the 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday,...
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What’s Amanda Brown from The Voice Season 3 Up to These Days?

Season 3 of The Voice boasts one of the more successful members of the show’s alumni – season winner Cassadee Pope. However, another favorite that season was Amanda Brown. Remember her? If not, here’s a little refresher. Who Is Amanda Brown? Amanda Brown came to The Voice season 3 with a successful career as a background singer for the likes of Adele and Alicia Keys. Her own style of singing was a mix of soul, pop, and rock. Yes, that is a thing. Some may have found this confusing… You would think that her blind audition choice – “Valerie” by Amy

What’s Amanda Brown from The Voice Season 3 Up to These Days?
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Digital Short Form Is a Key Growth Area for Content Creators

The expansion of the short form Emmy category to include five awards is a sign of the fast-paced times as content creators grow their offerings and established networks and broadcasters see the value in digital shorts as a way to build brands and keep audiences engaged.

Take, for example, NBC’s digital team, which recently submitted offshoot short-form content for three shows, “This Is Us,” “The Voice” and “Saturday Night Live” for Emmy consideration in short-form awards. NBC Digital executive vice president Rob Hayes says the goal of that content was to keep fans returning to the shows and build
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What’s Wrong With Emmy’s Reality-Competition Category? (Column)

In the early days of the outstanding reality-competition show category at the Emmys, it was a yearly ritual: Watching the team behind CBS’s “The Amazing Race” collect their prize. It was a fitting annual tribute to a show whose globetrotting production necessarily presented challenges beyond what happened on the sets of “American Idol” or “Dancing With the Stars.” And then, in 2010, the streak was broken, with Bravo’s “Top Chef” taking the prize. “This is something that we never expected,” producer Dan Cutforth said at the ceremony, “and I think a lot of people come up here and say this,
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‘This Is Us’ Star Susan Kelechi Watson Promises Beth Doesn’t Die

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‘This Is Us’ Star Susan Kelechi Watson Promises Beth Doesn’t Die
Don’t worry, “This Is Us” fans, it sounds like another couple won’t be broken up on the next season of the NBC drama.

Star Susan Kelechi Watson said that she spoke with the drama’s creator Dan Fogelman, and he told her Beth is “going to survive.”

“Dan and I spoke about it — they’re not going to kill Beth. She’s going to survive. It feels good to know,” Watson told Entertainment Weekly in a recent interview.

Also Read: NBC's Fall Schedule: 'Manifest' to Follow 'The Voice,' 'New Amsterdam' Scores 'This Is Us' Lead-In

At the end of last season, viewers grew worried when Sterling K. Brown’s character Randall told his daughter that it was “time go see her” and a grown-up Tess told him she’s not ready. Fans of the show have been wondering about who the mystery
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Music Competition Shows Work Hard to Stand Out and Grab Auds

With nbc’s “The Voice” and ABC’s new incarnation of “American Idol” both doing well in the ratings, and the second season of Fox’s “The Four: Battle for Stardom” returning June 7, there’s clearly a demand for music competition shows.

“I hear so many reasons from people,” says “The Voice” exec producer/showrunner Audrey Morrissey. “It’s also because they’re singing songs we all know and love. It’s also escapism — people use these shows to shut out the world for a few hours every week. And people like a good underdog story.”

Adds David Eilenberg, exec
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