That overall-sets-of-eyeballs tally — which includes those who tuned-in for the pay-tv channel’s 9 p.m. airing and encores, as well as data from streaming platforms HBO Go and HBO Now — is up 32% from the series premiere and 22% from the Season 1 finale.
When just counting the 9 o’clock telecast on HBO, the episode, titled “The Summer Palace,” averaged 612,000 viewers.
Last month, “Succession” landed five Emmy nominations for its first season, including the highly coveted Outstanding Drama slot. Creator Jesse Armstrong received a nod for writing, and Adam McKay got one for directing.
“Succession” stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, Alan Ruck and Matthew Macfadyen.
Under the deal, Fielder will serve as executive producer on”How To…With John Wilson,” which has been ordered to series at HBO, and an untitled comedy pilot in which Fielder will star as well as write and direct.
“How To…With John Wilson” is a half-hour, first person documentary series hosted by an anxious New Yorker (Wilson) who attempts to give everyday advice while dealing with his own personal issues. Acting as both cameraman and narrator, he covertly documents the lives of fellow New Yorkers in a comic odyssey of self-discovery, inevitably making the audience comfortable with the awkward contradictions of modern life.
Wilson is the writer, director, narrator and executive producer on the series, with Fielder and Clark Reinking also executive producing. Reinking was previously a supervising producer on Fielder’s Comedy Central series “Nathan For You,
Tentatively titled “College Admissions Scandal,” the two-hour film will center on two wealthy mothers who encounter college admissions consultant William “Rick” Singer and willingly partake in getting their kids into top-tier colleges.
Michael Shanks will play Singer in the film.
In the film, Miller and Kirshner star as two wealthy mothers, Caroline (Miller), a sought after interior designer and Bethany (Kirshner), an owner of a successful financial services firm, who share an obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. When charismatic college admissions consultant Rick Singer (Shanks) offers a side door into the prestigious institutions of their dreams,
It’s taken almost four years, but Shari Redstone has doggedly removed every obstacle that stood in the way of implementing her vision for the media empire assembled by her father, Sumner Redstone, 96, over the last half-century.
The long-simmering deal to reunite CBS Corp. and Viacom under the same corporate umbrella has been the elusive last step that is finally believed to be in Redstone’s grasp. Negotiations between the boards accelerated late last week, paving the way for a formal announcement expected this week. Shari Redstone, 65, is poised to become chairman of the combined company,
TVLine has learned exclusively that the TV vet has boarded Season 2 of ABC’s relationship drama for a multiple-episode story arc, playing someone with ties to Maggie’s (Allison Miller) mother, Patricia (The Office‘s Melora Hardin). Upon his arrival in Maggie’s life, this stranger will “upend everything,” we are told.
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