Articles Tagged ‘Fall TV 2013’

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Ironside and Welcome to the Family get cancelled: Fall TV

Elsewhere, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Crazy Ones, Mom and The Millers have all received full season orders.

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Lucky 7 is first show cancelled: Fall TV

The ABC drama about a group of lottery winners aired on City in Canada.

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The Big Bang Theory marks a huge comeback: Fall TV

The series delivered record-breaking audience numbers in Canada with its premiere on CTV last Thursday, while later that night Robin Williams’ new comedy The Crazy Ones launched on City.

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Criminal Minds takes Wednesday: Fall TV

The CTV drama drew 2.4 million viewers for its premiere, up against the launch of Michael J. Fox’s new show on Global.

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CTV gets a Tuesday boost from Marvel: Fall TV

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. debuts to 2.7 million viewers, with Global’s NCIS: LA hot on its heels; J3′s Bailey Wilson earns the “battleground” win for her upfront prediction.

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The Blacklist takes Monday night: Fall TV

Global’s new drama nabbed 1.9 million viewers as MiC runs down the ratings from the first night of premiere week, and matches them against upfront predictions from June.

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Robertson and Williams talk Global Go

Shaw Media’s president Paul Robertson and SVP content Barbara Williams on the ad opps and shows available on the new service.

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Spotted! Slice takes over Union Station

The new Shaw Media specialty show, Lost and Sold brought promotions to Toronto this weekend, with a stack of auction items in the transit hub.

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Disney XD reveals fall lineup

The channel’s new shows include its first-ever Canadian original movie, Bunks.

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City announces fall premiere dates

Canuck series, including Package Deal (pictured), Storage Wars Canada and Meet the Family, join the lineup this fall.

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Fall TV: Content evolution – Stealing the spotlight from network TV

With a lot of buzz-generating content coming from subscription-based and untraditional channels, conventional broadcasters have to fire back with a double-dose of content.

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Fall TV: Canadian networks talk up daytime TV

The daytime viewer demographic is expanding, and a new brand of talk TV is stepping in to create social media-friendly water-cooler fodder for the wider, changing audience.

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Fall TV: The next big thing in specialty

The expected hits and momentum-builders for the new specialty TV viewing season.

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Fall TV: Primetime battlegrounds 2013

With the battle lines drawn, a panel of media industry experts predicts the winners and losers for the upcoming season.

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Fall TV: Being upfront

Agency partners and clients weigh in on how viewer fragmentation is impacting television’s biggest buying season.