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Rick Grimes’ mental state after Lori’s death? Not so great. CREDIT: AMC SPOILER ALERT: No human casualties this week! The creators wisely decided we needed a break after last week’s double dose of death. Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll. Instead, we have mourners at the prison and a big party over in Woodbury. But there’s lightness in Rick’s camp thanks to the baby getting fed and darkness over in Woodbury because of the Governor and his squirrelly ways. And the end of the episode leaves us… >>
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Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll. AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” shot mostly in Senoia, is drawing plenty of live viewers: a whopping 10.9 million last night for the season three debut, the most for any basic cable scripted drama telecast ever. The 7.4 million 18-49 viewers was more than what “The Voice,” “Modern Family” or “The Big Bang Theory” typically draw. In fact, it’s drawing more among younger viewers than any other scripted TV show. It was by far the most viewers for any “Walking Dead” episode and… >>
On TV “Dallas,” 9 p.m. Wednesdays, TNT. TNT did not send out a press release about “Dallas” ratings after the second week episode came out this past Wednesday. There’s a reason why: ratings dropped alarmingly from the first week: about 30 percent in total viewers. But there is mitigating good news: the number of viewers in the advertiser-friendly demo dropped only 13 percent, from a 1.5 to 1.3 rating. And among 18-to-34 year olds, ratings actually went up. Interestingly, many of the older viewers who came to revel in nostalgia dropped out. Week one, the show opened at a solid 6.9 million viewers… >>
Trio Media Jenny Levison’s summer vacation usually creates a yearly mosh pit outside Souper Jenny as fans hustle to stock their fridges to survive the drought. We went by Souper Jenny, her quirky little Buckhead spot, one year to capture the drama. It seemed like diners were queued up past the Governor’s Mansion to grab their quarts of soup before Levison and her team, who traditionally all go on vacation for the month of August, split town. This year the lines might not be as long, as Levison plans to cut her summer vacation in half. Souper Jenny and her… >>
Atlanta-based Weather Channel had a record-breaking deluge of viewers the past few days thanks to Hurricane Irene, which tortured the East Coast up into New England over the weekend. At its peak, according to the New York Times , the station generated more than 4 million viewers on Saturday as the hurricane hit land in North Carolina. That’s the most viewers at any one moment in the network’s long history. It also had its best ever day on Saturday in ratings. TVNewser provided Saturday’s figures for the Weather Channel vs. the other news networks. Here are the numbers for Total… >>