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AMC Renews “Breaking Bad”

AMC’s second original series Breaking Bad is coming back for another season.  The series has received a 13 episode second season pickup. According to numbers released by Nielsen, the series averaged a 0.9 household rating or 825,000 households, an improvement on the network’s 2007 primetime averages by 4% and 5%, respectively.

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“The Tudors” Picked up for Third Season

Showtime original series The Tudors is coming back for at least another season.  The network announced on Monday that they’ve given an early third season pickup to the series.  The new season will follow King Henry has he weds Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves.  Press release after the jump.

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Viacom, Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate Announce New Premium Pay Network

Viacom, Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate have announced a joint venture to launch a new premium pay cable network.  The plan is to launch the currently untitled channel in the fall of 2009, and one of the movies named as an exclusive is May 09’s Star Trek.  Continue past the jump to read the official press release.

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“Battlestar Galactica” Ratings Rebound

After a disappointing third season which saw the critically acclaimed series notching record low ratings, the fourth season premiere of Battlestar Galactica opened with 2.14M viewers. That’s an impressive 41% increase over the third season finale among viewers (1.52M to 2.14M) and 38% among adults 18-49 (0.8 to 1.1). Continue reading for my full analysis plus a chart detailing the ratings of the entire series from the two-part miniseries through this premiere.

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“30 Days” Season 3 Premiere Date Set

FX has announced a Tuesday, June 3 premiere date for season 3 of their original series 30 Days. The new season will see series creator/host Morgan Spurlock work in a coal mine and live with a family in West Virgina, have former NFL player Ray Crockett spending 30 days in a wheelchair, and Spurlock […]

“John Adams” Off To A Solid Start

The first two episodes of HBO’s seven-part John Adams miniseries got off to a a solid start on Sunday night, averaging 2.66 million viewers (peaking at 2.8 million for the second episode).

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Democratic Debate Most-Watched Program In The History Of MSNBC

This has been quite a season for cable TV records.  MSNBC’s telecast of the Democratic Debate on Tuesday (Feb. 26) between Senator’s Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton drew a total audience of 7.78 million viewers, making it the second most-watched debate of all-time (on Cable), and the most-watched program in the history of MSNBC.

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USA Renews “Monk” For a Seventh Season

USA Network on Wednesday announced that they’ve renewed Monk, the award-winning original series, starring Tony Shalhoub. The order is for 16 episodes.

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HBO Cancels “Inside the NFL”, Show Will Move to New Network

After it began its run on HBO more than 30 years ago, HBO is ending their relationship with the NFL’s Inside the NFL.

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Best Ratings for SAG Awards Since 1998

Sunday nights dual telecast of the 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on TNT and TBS drew more than 6.1 million viewers (click here to read the winners).

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Starz Moves Into Drama Field With “Crash” TV Series

Starz is turning the 2005 best picture winner Crash into a 13 episode miniseries, the movie networks first original drama ever.

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Primary Debate Grabs Cable Record

Monday night’s Democratic presidential debate on CNN between Senator’s Clinton and Obama and former Senator Edwards was the most-watched primary in cable TV history.

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