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    Daytime Hour ‘Harry’ Renewed for Season Two

    “Harry,” hosted by Harry Connick, Jr., has been greenlit for a second season in first-run syndication by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution and the Fox Television Stations. The daytime talker, which debuted last September, just snagged five Daytime Emmy Award nominations, including a nomination for Entertainment Talk Show host for Connick. Entertainment themed, “Harry” features comedic […]

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    Respectable Overnight Sampling for ‘Harry’ from NBCUniversal

    Keeping in mind that one day of household overnight data does not a hit or miss make, daily entertainment-themed “Harry” from NBCUniversal, hosted by Harry Connick, Jr., had the strongest start of the trio of yesterday’s first-run daytime starters. “Harry” averaged a 1.4 rating/4 share in households based on the 56 metered markets (primary telecasts […]

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    ‘Hamilton’ Leads Tony Award Nominations with a Record 16

    “Hamilton,” the hip-hop musical about the nation’s founding fathers, has been nominated for 16 Tony Awards, the most in Broadway history. Next was “Shuffle Along” with 10 nominations, including Best Musical, followed by “She Loves Me” with eight. “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” nabbed seven nominations, making it the most nominated play. The Tony Awards, […]

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    ‘The Preachers’ to Get Test Run on Fox Stations

    The Fox owned-and-operated stations in New York (WYNW) and Los Angeles (KTTV) will test run a first-run talk show called “The Preachers” for three weeks beginning in Monday, July 11. Executive produced by former “The View” co-creator Bill Geddie and produced by Telepictures Productions, “The Preachers” will feature four outspoken preachers known for their unique […]

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    ‘American Idol’ Will Be Right Back

    Given the still-respectable 11-million viewers who have been tuning in every week to watch “American Idol” this season, the biggest question surrounding Thursday’s series finale is whether the show is really going away. At least for very long. Of course, not long ago, many of us were asking why “American Idol” was still on the […]

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    This is not a Garry Shandling tribute

    FROM CAMPAIGN US: News of comedian Garry Shandling’s death flooded the media on March 24th, with tributes aplenty touting the star of “It’s Garry Shandling’s Show” and “The Larry Sanders Show.” But two other prominent individuals also passed away last week: writer and producer Earl Hamner, Jr., who created family drama “The Waltons,” and actor […]

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    ‘Harry’ From NBCU Cleared in Over 90 Percent of the Country

    NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has now sold “Harry” in more than 90 percent of the U.S. to date for its debut in national broadcast syndication on September 12, 2016. The upcoming one-hour daytime entertainment show, hosted by current “American Idol” judge Harry Connick, Jr., will be produced in New York City and will feature Harry’s […]

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