Glitz and glamour returned to the Emmys on Sunday night — and so did the viewers. An average of roughly 20 million tuned in to the three-hour-plus kudocast on NBC, making it the second most-watched Emmy show in six years, according to Nielsen prelims.
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Univision said August ratings and market share at its Puerto Rican affil, WLII, have increased by more than 60% in key primetime slots compared to April when it took over the station.
Veteran distribber Walter Achugar has launched a new shingle Renacimiento Films.
The more lighthearted of the dueling San Francisco-set Wednesday night dramas, ABC’s “MDs” focuses on two superdoctors — the sort who pay no heed to the rules, do what’s necessary to save lives and have a little fun along the way.
WE: Women’s Entertainment has picked up 13 episodes of animated series “Committed.”
Bollywood is breathing easier following news of the arrest of alleged Indian gangster Abu Salem in Portugal last week.
Britain’s reputation for quality TV programming took a hit Friday when the U.K. nabbed only one key prize at the Prix Italia, which wrapped Saturday.
At its best, Supertramp was sharp and tuneful, crafting jazzy, multilayered mini-symphonies that were easy to hum but still conveyed a sweet feeling of melancholy reflection. Most of these elements were present during Friday’s sold-out performance.
Michael Grade, head of Pinewood Studios and a former CEO at Channel 4, confirmed Monday that he is “not interested” in the top job at ITV, following Dawn Airey’s surprise decision to ankle Channel 5 for a senior position at BSkyB.
“Friends” finally has a few in the TV Academy. The NBC sitcom, with only three previous noms and no series wins in its past eight seasons, took home the award for comedy series at the 54th annual Emmy Awards Sunday night, while “The West Wing” flew home with the drama trophy for the third year in a row.