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NBC 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 9/20/18)

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, Making It, Marlon, Running Wild w/ Bear Grylls, Rise, Shades of Blue, Superstore, This Is Us, Timeless, Trial & Error, 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
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Blake Shelton Joins Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas in Stx’s Animated Film ‘UglyDolls’

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Blake Shelton Joins Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas in Stx’s Animated Film ‘UglyDolls’
Blake Shelton is joining the cast of STXfilms’s “UglyDolls.”

The former “Sexiest Man Alive,” will lend his country crooner twang to the animated film as the character Ox, the unofficial Mayor of Uglyville. Shelton will also perform original songs as the character.

He joins a cast featuring his “The Voice” co-star Kelly Clarkson, as well as Nick Jonas, Pitbull, Wanda Sykes and Gabriel Iglesias.

Also Read: Nick Jonas Joins Kelly Clarkson, Pitbull in Animated 'UglyDolls' Movie

“Blake is one of country music’s most talented and highly regarded artists, and his signature wit and infectious charisma lend themselves perfectly to the character of Ox, who fancies himself a defacto Mayor of the Uglydolls,” said STXfilms Chairman Adam Fogelson in a statement. “Blake joins an incredible line-up of artists already announced on this project, including his friend and colleague Kelly Clarkson, with whom he has undeniable chemistry that
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Blake Shelton Joins STX Animated Feature ‘UglyDolls’

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Blake Shelton Joins STX Animated Feature ‘UglyDolls’
Country music star and The Voice judge Blake Shelton is the latest to lend his voice to the Stx animated feature UglyDolls.

Shelton will also perform original songs as the character of Ox, the unofficial Mayor of Uglyville. joins previously announced cast members Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Pitbull, Wanda Sykes, and Gabriel Iglesias.

UglyDolls is based on the toy brand and follows the citizens of the unconventional and adorably different town of Uglyville. The free-spirited Moxy and her UglyDolls friends confront what it means to be different, struggle with their desire to be loved, and ultimately discover that you don’t have to be perfect to be amazing because who you truly are is what matters most.

UglyDolls in slated to open theaters May 10, 2019 and will serve as the foundation of a planned UglyDolls franchise for Stx Entertainment. An animated kids series is in development with a full series order from premium streaming service Hulu.
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The gasps were deafening: 4 reasons why Courtney Hadwin shockingly lost ‘America’s Got Talent’ 2018 to Shin Lim

Being inside the Dolby Theatre during NBC’s Season 13 finale of “America’s Got Talent,” I can attest that the collective gasps from the audience were deafening when Courtney Hadwin was eliminated. This 14-year-old singer, who embodies such classic rock stars as Janis Joplin and James Brown, was the frontrunner to win the $1 million prize all season long, but failed to even make the Top 5. Instead, America chose close-up magician Shin Lim as the next act to join the “Agt” winners list. While viewers continue picking their jaws up off of the confetti-covered floor, scroll down to see four reasons why I believe Courtney lost to Shin.

See Courtney Hadwin loses ‘America’s Got Talent’ to Shin Lim: Did America make the right choice? [Poll]

Fans thought she was safe

It’s simple, really. Since Courtney was by far the most popular act heading into the “Americas Got Talent” Finals — whether
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Maroon 5 lands Super Bowl Halftime Show 2019: How will Adam Levine and company do at the big game? [Poll]

Multiple outlets are reporting that Maroon 5 have been tapped to headline the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show, though the NFL declined to confirm or deny those reports. How do you think the Adam Levine-fronted band will fare at the big game? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post.

In a statement to Variety, the NFL said, “It’s a Super Bowl tradition to speculate about the performers for the Pepsi Halftime Show. We are continuing to work with Pepsi on our plans but do not have any announcements to make on what will be another epic show.”

Maroon 5 are in line with other pop-rock artists who have performed in recent years like Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake. They’re contemporary hit-makers with a deep enough catalog of songs to fill out such a major event. Their breakthrough came 16 years ago with their debut
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NFL Punts On Maroon5 Quarterbacking Super Bowl Halftime Show

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NFL Punts On Maroon5 Quarterbacking Super Bowl Halftime Show
As rumors swirl that the Adam Levine-led Maroon5 will headline the Super Bowl halftime show on CBS, the NFL has thrown a flag on the play. But that doesn’t mean it’s not happening.

“It’s a Super Bowl tradition to speculate about the performers for the Pepsi Halftime Show,” a league spokesman told Deadline. “We are continuing to work with Pepsi on our plans but do not have any announcements to make on what will be another epic show.”

That’s the NFL’s usual company line when reports about the halftime act start to surface each year. The league ultimately makes the call about who will perform, but that said, music industry sources tell Deadline that talks with Maroon5 for Super Bowl Liii have happened and that “it’s trending in that direction.” We hear that a deal appears to be done but that the league
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Maroon 5 to Play Super Bowl Liii Halftime Show in 2019

Maroon 5 to Play Super Bowl Liii Halftime Show in 2019
Maroon 5 will headline the Super Bowl Liii halftime show in Atlanta, Georgia on February 3rd, 2019.

Variety first reported that Adam Levine and company had locked down the in-demand performance, noting that the group’s proclivity towards all-star collaborations – like the Cardi B-featuring “Girls Like You,” “What Lovers Do” with Sza, “Cold” with Future and “Don’t Wanna Know” with Kendrick Lamar – could open the door for similar appearances.

A representative for Maroon 5 did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

The Super Bowl Liii halftime show, like the game itself,
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'The Kelly Clarkson Show' Set for Fall 2019 Debut on NBC Owned Stations

Kelly Clarkson performs on The Voice. Photo by: Tyler Golden/NBCNBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution has announced that The Kelly Clarkson Show has been sold to the NBC Owned Television Station group for its fall 2019 debut. The station group is part of NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations' division of NBCUniversal.

The new one-hour talk show starring Clarkson, a multi-talented, Grammy Award-winning artist, will air as the lead-in to Ellen on the following NBC-owned television stations: Wnbc New York, Knbc Los Angeles, Wmaq Chicago, Wcau Philadelphia, Kxas Dallas-Fort Worth, Kntv San Francisco, Wrc Washington DC, Wtvj Miami, Knsd San Diego and Wvit Hartford. The new show will also air in Boston on NBC-owned station Wbts. The 11 NBC owned stations can be viewed in nearly 30% of U.S. households.

"I love connecting with people, playing games, music and finding ways to help or give back to communities/organizations," Clarkson said. "Having my own talk
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Kelly Clarkson's Talk Show Is Officially Happening — And It Will Take Over Steve Harvey's Series' Time Slot!

She's taking her talents beyond The Voice! Kelly Clarkson has been in talks to host a new talk show after filming a pilot for a syndicated series — and now, the music sensation has confirmed The Kelly Clarkson Show is official! "I love connecting with people, playing games, music and finding ways to help or give back to communities/organizations," Kelly, 36, said of the upcoming hour-long eponymous show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Having my own talk show where I get to do all of these things is pretty much a dream job!" She additionally gushed on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon that she loves talking so much so she can't wait for the show — and also revealed her band will be on the series with her! The series — set to air in the fall of 2019 — will take over Steve Harvey's show Steve's 2 p.m. Est time slot (it's
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When does ‘The Voice’ premiere on NBC? Who are the 4 coaches for Season 15? [Watch]

When does ‘The Voice’ premiere on NBC? Who are the 4 coaches for Season 15? [Watch]
The Voice” kicks off season 15 on September 24 with a two-hour long premiere that starts at 8:00 pm Et/Pt and 7:00 pm Ct on NBC. There will be two blind audition episodes that week (the other hour-long episode airs Sept. 25) as well as in the two weeks following. The 4 coaches for season 15 are: reigning champ Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. In advance of the show’s start date, take a look at the four of them in action in the teaser clip above.

Levine and Shelton have been with the show from the beginning. Shelton has coached six of the 14 winners of “The Voice” while Levine has bragging rights for three champions. Clarkson was a coach for the first time last spring and she mentored Brynn Cartelli to victory. And Hudson, an Oscar and Grammy champ, coached the winning act on the 2017 British version of “The Voice.
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Kelly Clarkson, Queen Latifah Make Doo-Wop From Scratch on ‘Fallon’

Kelly Clarkson, Queen Latifah Make Doo-Wop From Scratch on ‘Fallon’
Kelly Clarkson, Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon joined with the Roots and an iPad app to cut an off-the-cuff version of the doo-wop single “Earth Angel,” originally recorded by the Penguins in 1954.

After figuring out how to use the app correctly — “You’re such a dad right now,” Clarkson quipped — Fallon sang the first vocal riff, and his iPad parroted it back to him. (The app did not have pitch correction, which might have helped in some moments.) The Roots’ drummer Questlove tapped out a light beat, then Queen Latifah
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Kelly Clarkson Is Getting Her Own Talk Show and It Sounds Like a Blast!

Kelly Clarkson is bringing her effervescent charm to daytime television! The singer, who made us fall in love with her all over again as a judge on The Voice, is branching out with her own talk show.

The Kelly Clarkson Show, which is set to debut on local NBC stations in fall 2019 and will serve as a

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Kelly Clarkson Talk Show Picked Up by NBC Stations

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Kelly Clarkson Talk Show Picked Up by NBC Stations
Kelly Clarkson is venturing into the daytime-talk arena.

NBC Owned Television Station Group has picked up “The Kelly Clarkson Show” from NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. Clarkson will host. She and Brandon Blackstock will serve as executive producers.

The pickup for the show for fall of 2019 by NBC’s stations gives it a presence in markets covering nearly 30% of all U.S. households — including Wnbc New York, Knbc Los Angeles, Wmaq Chicago, Wcau Philadelphia, Kxas Dallas-Fort Worth, Kntv San Francisco, Wrc Washington DC, Wtvj Miami, Knsd San Diego and Wvit Hartford. It will also air on NBC-owned Wbts in Boston.

Clarkson, who is also a coach on NBC reality show “The Voice,” teased the news Tuesday night on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”Clarkson made reference to her upcoming talk show. Fallon then said. “This is a big announcement. It’s not been announced yet, but you’re getting your own talk show.
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Kelly Clarkson Heads to Daytime With New Talk Show

Kelly Clarkson Heads to Daytime With New Talk Show
A new voice is headed to daytime television.

Kelly Clarkson has landed a talk show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” which has been sold to the NBC Owned Television Station group for its fall 2019 debut, NBCUniversal announced Wednesday.

The one-hour show will feature the Grammy winner as host, and will act as the lead-in to “Ellen” on NBC-owned stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Miami, San Diego, Hartford and Boston. These 11 stations can be viewed in almost 30 percent of U.S. households, NBC said.

Also Read: 'The Voice' Sets Companion Series 'Comeback Stage' With Kelsea Ballerini as 'Fifth Coach'

“I love connecting with people, playing games, music and finding ways to help or give back to communities/organizations,” Clarkson — who is also a coach on NBC’s “The Voice” — said in a statement. “Having my own talk show where I
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Kelly Clarkson Syndicated Talk Show Set For Fall 2019 Launch On NBC Stations, Replaces Steve Harvey Talker

Kelly Clarkson Syndicated Talk Show Set For Fall 2019 Launch On NBC Stations, Replaces Steve Harvey Talker
We have the first daytime syndicated series set for next fall, a one-hour talk show hosted by former American Idol winner and current The Voice coach Kelly Clarkson. NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution has sold The Kelly Clarkson Show to the NBC Owned TV Station group for a fall 2019 debut.

The show is getting a prime slot on the NBC stations where it will air as the lead-in to daytime anchor Ellen in all but one market. That is a time period that had been occupied by a Steve Harvey talker for seven seasons now, first Steve Harvey and currently Steve.

It is not clear what will happen to Steve, produced by Img Original Content, which replaced the Endemol Shine North America-produced Steve Harvey starting last fall. It is being distributed by NBCU TV Distribution but I hear the company has been telling stations it would no longer handle it.
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Kelly Clarkson Reveals What to Expect From Her Daytime Talk Show

Kelly Clarkson Reveals What to Expect From Her Daytime Talk Show
Set your DVRs now! Last month, multiple outlets reported Kelly Clarkson had filmed a pilot for her very own daytime talk show—and on The Tonight Show Tuesday, she nonchalantly confirmed it's true! Clarkson was talking to Jimmy Fallon about her return to NBC's The Voice, and explained she will be bringing last season's winner, Brynn Cartelli, on tour with her next year. "She's opening, and Kelsea Ballerini. We're starting in January," the "Invincible" singer said said. "I'm doing this thing to kind of prep for my talk show that's gonna be next year, but we're doing a live segment during my show, so every night on tour we're going live online...I've got a lot of...
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Emmys put away the rubber stamp in 2018: Voters said no to reruns as defending champs went down

Emmys put away the rubber stamp in 2018: Voters said no to reruns as defending champs went down
A common refrain here at Gold Derby is that Emmys love reruns. That’s how you get shows like “Modern Family” and “Mad Men” and actors like Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”) that win over and over (and over and over) again. But in 2018 the television academy bucked that trend by mostly rejecting repeat winners in favor of first-time champs. Is this the end of Emmy rubber-stamping?

SEEEmmy winners 2018: Full list of winners and nominees at the 70th Emmy Awards

In 2015 the television academy expanded voting to the entire television academy as opposed to the small, restricted judging panels that used to pick the winners. Then in 2016 the academy did away with preferential ballots in favor of a plurality vote: instead of ranking the nominees, now voters just pick one winner from the list of nominees. Those changes meant that episode submissions were no
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‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Review: Michael Moore is Mad as Hell and Won’t Take It Anymore

‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Review: Michael Moore is Mad as Hell and Won’t Take It Anymore
You’ll cry laughing at Michael Moore’s new doc Fahrenheit 11/9, an unmissable provocation about the rise and rise of Donald J. Trump that should help get out the vote in November better than any limp recruitment outreach. One of Moore’s best and most incisively funny films — right up there with Roger & Me (1989), Bowling for Columbine (2002) and Sicko (2007) — his latest goes way past taking potshots at the Donald, though it does that with piercing intelligence and wounding wit. Rather, he wants to show us that this celebrity Commander-in-Chief
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DVR Battle Tuesdays: Cry It Out With This Is Us or Laugh It Up With ABC Comedies?

Technology is a life saver, especially when it comes to the 2018 fall TV season. This year, thanks to schedule shakeups, your favorite TV shows are pitted against your other favorite TV shows in a DVR battle. Which show do you watch live? Which show do you record? And in some cases, which show do sacrifice and watch on demand or streaming? We're here to help. Tuesdays on broadcast are an epic battle of comedies, superheroes, reality shows and non-powered crime fighters. Let's break it down. 8-9 p.m. The Conners (ABC) The Kids Are Alright The Gifted (Fox) NCIS (CBS) The Voice (NBC) The Flash (CW) 9-10 p.m. Black-ish...
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Fall TV 2018: The Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows

Fall is upon us and that means both back to school and back to our regularly scheduled programming. While the warmer months brought some fun competition and reality shows, and all those limited series you love on premium cable and streaming services, we know you’ve been craving the return of your favorite broadcast shows since they signed off last spring.

Fortunately, most comedies and dramas on ABC, Fox, NBC, CBS and The CW start airing their new seasons next week. And to make sure you don’t miss fresh episodes of your most beloved shows — and the start of many new series — TheWrap has compiled a full list of premiere dates.

I you are looking for just returning series click here and if you are only into new shows click here.

Also Read: Fall TV: Here Are the Premiere Dates for All 22 New Broadcast Series (Photos)

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