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‘Good Morning America’ Will Launch Newsletter as Morning-tv Battle Goes Digital

ABC and NBC are marching to new kinds of screens in the eternal battle between “Good Morning America” and “Today” for A.M. viewers.

Good Morning America” is revamping the digital extensions of the flagship ABC morning program, said Michael Corn, the show’s senior executive producer, in an interview. While “Gma’s” digital presence has long been a part of a larger alliance between ABC News and Yahoo, this new effort represents an attempt to give fans of the program a more closely aligned site. “We had a very basic approach to digital before this, a meat-and-potatoes approach,” says Corn.
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America’s Least-Liked TV Media Personality Is …

America’s Least-Liked TV Media Personality Is …
Poor Megyn Kelly. The host of the third hour of NBC’s “Today” show and of summer series “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly” is America’s least-liked TV media personality, according to TheWrap‘s latest study of Q Scores.

Q Scores are an entertainment industry-used measurement of a celebrity or a brand’s likability based on semi-regular surveys of 25- to 54-year-olds. The higher the Positive Q Score, the more survey respondents marked the individual or company as being among their favorites. The lower — well, just ask Megyn.

Kelly, who jumped from a successful primetime show on Fox News last year to a lucrative new gig at NBC, has struggled a bit at her new network. As TheWrap previously reported, “Megyn Kelly Today” ratings in the key demo were down nearly 30 percent in January compared to 2017, when Tamron Hall and Al Roker co-hosted the “Today” hour.

Also Read: 30 Most and Least-Liked TV Media Personalities: From David Muir to Megyn Kelly (Photos)

While she has strong name recognition — her Familiarity score stands at a solid 41 — her Positive Q Score is a dismal 6.

Coming in just ahead of Kelly were three media stars with a Q Score of 8: Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s “Hardball” (with a Familiarity score of 34), MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough (Familiarity: 20) and “CBS This Morning” co-host Norah O’Donnell (Familiarity: 13).

It should be noted that in O’Donnell’s case, the Positive Q Score for anyone with a Familiarity rating below 20 should be considered unstable.

Also Read: 47 Fall TV Actors Ranked Most to Least Liked, From Michael Weatherly to Matt LeBlanc (Photos)

Ranking just ahead of those three were Fox News host Sean Hannity (Q Score: 10; Familiarity: 34) and Nicolle Wallace, political analyst for MSNBC and NBC News, former co-host on “The View” (Q Score: 10; Familiarity: 12).

TheWrap researched the Q Scores of 30 well-known television newscasters and hosts and ranked them in the gallery posted at the bottom of this story. For the record, we looked into 57 total TV news personalities, but almost half of them did not have Q Scores.

Also Read: Megyn Kelly's Ratings Are Up Double Digits - But There's a Catch

(Some media stars, including Fox News’ Laura Ingraham and CNN’s Don Lemon, have not yet been included in surveys.)

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Daytime Emmys 2018: Will ‘Good Morning America’ extend its record as the biggest winner of Best Morning Show?

The Daytime Emmy Award for Best Morning Program was first handed out in 2007, and since then ABC’s “Good Morning America” has been the biggest winner, prevailing five times. Will the show extend its record with a sixth win in 2018? The TV academy has gone back and forth from year to year.

When the award was created 11 years ago two shows tied for the win: “Gma” and NBC’s “Today Show.” They defeated the only other nominee that year, “Live with Regis and Kelly,” which later returned to the talk show categories where it had previously competed. “Gma” won again in 2008 and 2009 before “Today” began a streak of its own, prevailing three times from 2010-2012.

It seemed like “Gma” and “Today” would be indomitable in the category, but then in 2013 “CBS Sunday Morning” earned its first nomination and won. The weekly series, at the time hosted by Charles Osgood, focuses on national and international news,
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Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Says She ‘Would Consider’ Taking a Settlement (Video)

Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Says She ‘Would Consider’ Taking a Settlement (Video)
Michael Avenatti says his client Stormy Daniels would consider a settlement of some kind with Donald Trump under the right circumstances. “I think we would consider it, I would converse with my client. It would depend on the terms of a settlement,” he said on the set of “CBS This Morning” on Wednesday. “But at this point, I don’t see how the case gets resolved without the truth coming out.” The pugnacious attorney told the set at CBS that he seeks to subject Trump to a formal deposition — which would require him to answer questions under oath. Also Read: Michael Avenatti...
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Video: Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. Discusses the Importance of Failure on CBS This Morning

Leslie Odom Jr. shot to fame for his Tony and Grammy Award-winning turn as Aaron Burr in the hit Broadway musical 'Hamilton.' In his new book, 'Failing Up How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning,' he shares personal stories and life lessons to help you follow your dreams. Odom joins 'CBS This Morning' to discuss the social studies teacher who changed his life and the time he almost gave up on acting.
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Jimmy Carter: ‘Worst Mistake’ Trump Has Made Was to Hire John Bolton

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Jimmy Carter: ‘Worst Mistake’ Trump Has Made Was to Hire John Bolton
Former president Jimmy Carter has weighed in on Donald Trump’s decision to hire John Bolton as national security adviser, calling it the “worst mistake” the president has ever made. “I have been concerned at some of the things he’s decided,” Carter said. “I think his last choice for national security adviser was very ill-advised. I think John Bolton has been the worst mistake he’s made.” The comment came during Carter’s sit down with Norah O’Donnell, set to air on Tuesday’s installment of “CBS This Morning.” Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel on Trump's New National Security Adviser: 'Michael Bolton Would Have Been a Better Choice...
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Cate Blanchett Breaks Silence on Woody Allen: ‘If the Case Needs to Be Reopened, I Am in Support of That’

Cate Blanchett Breaks Silence on Woody Allen: ‘If the Case Needs to Be Reopened, I Am in Support of That’
Cate Blanchett says she is in full support of another investigation into Dylan Farrow’s allegations of child molestation against Woody Allen. The Oscar-winning actress appeared on Christiane Amanpour’s CNN series on March 21 and was asked the following the question: “How do you juxtapose being a #MeToo proponent, a Time’s Up proponent, and staying silent or having worked with Woody Allen?”

“I don’t think I’ve stayed silent at all,” Blanchett responded. At the time that I worked with Woody Allen, I knew nothing of the allegations. At the time, I said it’s a very painful and complicated situation for the family, which I hope they have the ability to resolve.”

“If these allegations need to be reexamined which, in my understanding, they’ve been through court, then I’m a big believer in the justice system and setting legal precedents,” she continued. “If the case needs to be reopened,
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Daytime Emmy Nominations: ‘General Hospital’ Leads Programs & CBS Tops Networks

A familiar parade of soap operas populates the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awards nominations, announced this morning. General Hospital leads all programs with 26, barely topping The Young and the Restless and the recently renewed Days of Our Lives with 25 apiece. All three again will vie for Outstanding Drama Series along with The Bold and the Beautiful, which snagged 18 noms. The morning show race also features the usual suspects (CBS Sunday Morning, CBS This Morning
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Daytime Emmy Awards: ABC’s ‘General Hospital’ Leads With 26 Nominations

ABC’s “General Hospital” tops the list of nominees for the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

The veteran soap garnered 26 bids, followed closely by fellow daytime serials “Days of Our Lives” (NBC) and “The Young and the Restless” (CBS) with 25 apiece. Those three shows and CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” round out the nominees for daytime drama series.

CBS and syndicated programming tied for the No. 1 ranking among networks with 66 mentions apiece. Netflix weighed in with 51 bids.

CBS landed two shows in the category of best morning show: “CBS Sunday Morning” and “CBS This Morning.” ABC’s “Good Morning America
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Stormy Daniels' Donation Money for Trump Lawsuit Raises Questions

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Stormy Daniels is getting a huge financial assist from the public in her legal battle with Donald Trump, but while the donations pile up ... so do questions about the loot.  Stormy opened a crowdfunding page Wednesday, asking for donations to support her legal effort to get the "hush" agreement with the Prez tossed. So far she's raised more than $80k in the first 12 hours, and plans to keep collecting for another month. At that pace,
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Gayle King Tries To Convince Oprah Winfrey To Run For President On ‘CBS This Morning’

Oprah Winfrey stopped by “CBS This Morning” today to talk about her new movie, “A Wrinkle In Time”, but was soon being pressured by her bestie Gayle King to run for president in 20/20. The rumours of a Winfrey presidential campaign started back in January following the media mogul’s impassioned speech at the 2018 Golden
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2018 Acm Awards nominations: Full list of Academy of Country Music nominees led by Chris Stapleton

2018 Acm Awards nominations: Full list of Academy of Country Music nominees led by Chris Stapleton
Sixteen-time winner Reba McEntire helped announce this year’s contenders for the Academy of Country Music Awards on “CBS This Morning” on Thursday, March 1. Winners of the 53rd annual edition of the Acm Award winners will be revealed during a live telecast at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, April 15, from 8:00pm-11:00pm Et (tape delayed on the west coast) on CBS.

McEntire, who has hosted the Acm Awards a record 14 times over the years, will be back as host. And she will also be a nominee, having reaped her 16th bid in the Female Vocalist of the Year category.

Entertainer Of The Year

Jason Aldean

Garth Brooks

Luke Bryan

Chris Stapleton

Keith Urban

Female Vocalist Of The Year

Kelsea Ballerini

Miranda Lambert

Reba McEntire

Maren Morris

Carrie Underwood

Male Vocalist Of The Year

Jason Aldean

Thomas Rhett

Chris Stapleton

Keith Urban

Chris Young

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Chris Stapleton, Keith Urban Lead 2018 Acm Awards Nominations

The nominees for the 2018 Acm Awards have been announced, and Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban are the leading contenders. Related: Reba McEntire, Keith Urban Join Darius Rucker For Emotional CMAs Singalong On “CBS This Morning” Thursday, country legend Reba McEntire read off the list of nominees, which also includes Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, and more.
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No Mention of Ryan Seacrest Sexual Harassment Allegations on ‘Live With Kelly and Ryan’

No Mention of Ryan Seacrest Sexual Harassment Allegations on ‘Live With Kelly and Ryan’
Ryan Seacrest did not address the sexual harassment allegations leveled against him by a former co-worker during Tuesday’s edition of his syndicated morning show “Live with Kelly and Ryan.”

Seacrest came under scrutiny again on Monday following Variety‘s exclusive publication of an interview with Suzie Hardy, a former stylist who worked with him at E! Entertainment.

Hardy assets that she repeatedly faced sexually aggressive overtures from Seacrest during her years working as his personal stylist. Seacrest has denied Hardy’s allegations, and his lawyer asserted that Hardy previously sought a $15 million payment from Seacrest to keep quiet about her accusations. Hardy and her attorney maintain that no such payment was ever sought.

Late last month, E! announced that it found “insufficient evidence” to support Hardy’s allegations after an investigation by an outside firm. Hardy said she was motivated to come forward by the sheer number of women who have come forward in the #MeToo
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Margaret Brennan to Replace John Dickerson as Host of CBS’ ‘Face the Nation’

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Margaret Brennan to Replace John Dickerson as Host of CBS’ ‘Face the Nation’
Margaret Brennan will officially replace John Dickerson moderator of CBS’ “Face the Nation” beginning this Sunday, CBS News announced Thursday. Brennan, who joined CBS News in 2012, will continue in her position as senior foreign affairs correspondent based in Washington, D.C. She has reported on politics, international affairs and global markets since 2002. Brennan steps in permanently for Dickerson, who was named co-anchor of “CBS This Morning” last month in the wake of the forced ouster of Charlie Rose following accusations of sexual misconduct. Also Read: John Dickerson to Replace Charlie Rose on 'CBS This Morning' “‘Face the Nation’ is one of the...
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Breaking Film and TV Industry News — February 22

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Thursday, February 22

-Comedy Central has renewed “Drunk History” for a sixth season.

Wednesday, February 21

-NBC has renewed “Superstore” for a fourth season.

The show is a solid performer for NBC, growing +6% versus one year ago in adults 18-49 (1.7 rating) and +3% in total viewers (5.195 million). The show was NBC’s No. 1 comedy across digital platforms in 2017.

America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, Colton Dunn, Nico Santos, Nichole Bloom, Mark McKinney, and Lauren Ash star in the show, which was created and written by Justin Spitzer.

– South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festivals (March 9-18, 2018) has announced the addition of Keynote Nonny de la Peña, and more Featured Speakers to the programming lineup.

Featured Speakers announced today include “The Daily” host Michael Barbaro; “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris; Blumhouse Productions Founder and CEO Jason Blum; New York Times foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi; “Ready Player One” author Ernest Cline; Politico chief Washington correspondent Edward-Isaac
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Oprah Winfrey Admits That She Did ‘Think About’ Running For President

There was a moment when Oprah Winfrey did ponder what it would be like to run for office. In an upcoming interview for “60 Minutes”, which aired in part on Thursday’s “CBS This Morning”, Winfrey admits that she did take into account all the people insisting she should make a 2020 presidential bid after her powerful speech at this year’s Golden
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TV News Tests Different Coverage Strategies for Florida Shooting

Anchors at NBC’s “Today” show were half a world away from Parkland, Florida, this morning, but that didn’t keep them from covering a horrific tragedy unfolding there as if it were in the next town over.

Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie have been holding forth from Peyongchang, South Korea, where the parent of NBC News, Comcast Corp., is spending billions of dollars to cover the 2018 Winter Olympics. Because of the time difference, Guthrie and Kotb reach their morning U.S. audience when it’s still night where they are. The scene behind them is dark, not light. And one of their most notable interviews Thursday morning wasn’t with an athlete with close proximity to their temporary studio like Mikaela Shiffrin or Shaun White, but rather with a high-school student named Samantha Grady, who had been grazed by gunfire in a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. As the interview
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New ‘Today’ Team Gears Up for Olympic Challenge in Morning-News Wars

New ‘Today’ Team Gears Up for Olympic Challenge in Morning-News Wars
Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are going to South Korea to help “Today” cover the Winter Olympics. They are in the midst of a gold-medal task all their own.

NBCUniversal’s mammoth coverage of the Games from PyeongChang, South Korea, typically lends a ratings boost to the NBC morning-show franchise that Kotb and Guthrie co-anchor each weekday. And their journey comes at a time when the show has eked out the thinnest of margins against its main rival, ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Season to date as of Feb. 2, the NBC program leads its competitor by just 8,000 viewers.

“We are just putting on the best show we can every single day,” says Guthrie in an interview. “If you try to look at what the other show is doing, you drive yourself crazy.”

The duo may go crazy anyway. NBCUniversal will broadcast more than 2,400 hours of Olympics coverage across its networks and digital outlets, and “Today
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TV News Roundup: Cmt Gives First Look at ‘Music City’ (Watch)

In today’s roundup, Cmt releases the first look at Nashville docuseries “Music City” and Fusion announces premiere of political sketch comedy show “Happy Ending with Nando Vila.” Dates

Fusion will premiere new political sketch comedy series “Happy Ending with Nando Vila” on Feb. 8 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt. The 10-part show, hosted and executive produced by Nando Villa, will tackle topics including the gig economy, health care, housing and imperialism.

First Look

ABC released a first look trailer for its new “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff “Station 19.” The show premieres Mar. 22 at 9 p.m. and stars Jason George, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Grey Damon, Barrett Doss, Alberto Frezza, Jay Hayden, Okieriete Onaodowan, Danielle Savre and Miguel Sandoval as first responders in Seattle’s fire station 19. Watch the trailer below.

Cmt released the first extended look of its new show “Music City,” which follows five characters looking to build music careers in Nashville. From [link=nm
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