A Phoenix Rises From The Flames

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Beauty Gets Personal: ELLE & Olay Interview Four Women in TV (x)

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“Will we have some more familiar guest casting? Possibly we will,” Brennan allows. “We also hope to be able to make those great action sequences that we do so well even more intense.” (There may even be some decidedly “mature” romantic fare on tap. “If you like Kensi and Deeks and you are intrigued by Talia, you are in for a kind of full-on moment” in the premiere, the show boss teases.)
But in terms of the NCIS: LA that has thrived for five seasons, “We won’t disappoint the fans by changing it dramatically to fit the time slot,” he makes clear. “They’re going to be relieved to know that it’s the same show that they love.”

- Shane Brennan on NCIS:LA’s new time slot & what to expect this season

Link: http://tvline.com/2014/08/20/ncis-la-season-6-preview-monday-time-slot/

“Don’t worry about the Tiva fans, they’re grown-ups. Well, at least some of them.”
— Michael Weatherly (via alyssinmymind)
For the past couple of years Ad Age has had an editorial partnership withTVGuide.com focused on its Watchlist, a customizable entertainment guide that lets users make a list of their favorite shows, actors, etc. We’re interested in Watchlist because each season the top 10 most Watchlisted new shows tend to have a high probability (up to 80%) of being picked up for full seasons.
For its users, Watchlist is a great service that lets them plan their TV viewing; for us, it’s a sort of massive focus group of informed TV fans (the database of registered users hit 2 million earlier this summer). There’s a “wisdom of the crowds” thing going on here.
A caveat we repeat every time: Keep in mind that Watchlist users are, essentially, publicly expressing hope that these shows will live up to hype — as well as an intent to watch. Series that exhibit early promise and score full-season orders can and do, of course, still end up getting canceled later on (as storylines run out of steam, as networks stick good shows in bad time slots, etc.).

Article Link: http://adage.com/article/the-media-guy/10-promising-fall-tv-shows/294620/

For the past couple of years Ad Age has had an editorial partnership withTVGuide.com focused on its Watchlist, a customizable entertainment guide that lets users make a list of their favorite shows, actors, etc. We’re interested in Watchlist because each season the top 10 most Watchlisted new shows tend to have a high probability (up to 80%) of being picked up for full seasons.

For its users, Watchlist is a great service that lets them plan their TV viewing; for us, it’s a sort of massive focus group of informed TV fans (the database of registered users hit 2 million earlier this summer). There’s a “wisdom of the crowds” thing going on here.

A caveat we repeat every time: Keep in mind that Watchlist users are, essentially, publicly expressing hope that these shows will live up to hype — as well as an intent to watch. Series that exhibit early promise and score full-season orders can and do, of course, still end up getting canceled later on (as storylines run out of steam, as networks stick good shows in bad time slots, etc.).

Article Link: http://adage.com/article/the-media-guy/10-promising-fall-tv-shows/294620/

From Chris Waild just now…..Just gonna leave this right here…..

From Chris Waild just now…..Just gonna leave this right here…..

Don’t go look at the tv line comments section on that Tony piece, Don’t go look at the tv line comments section on that Tony piece, Don’t go look at the tv line comments section on that Tony piece,Don’t go look at the tv line comments section on that Tony piece…..

Damnit, something in my eye again. :’( #Damnyoudust

Damnit, something in my eye again. :’( #Damnyoudust

How’s that for communication? / What are you doing to me, Deeks?

(Source: toucheblye, via deeksinthewater)

Haha ok I’m done after this:

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