NEWS: PLL Ratings, Ellen Greene, Grant Show, Netflix, Lea Michele

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS second season premiere sets ratings records
The winter season debut of PLL notched series highs in viewers and various demos, including ranking as ABC Family's second-best telecast ever among females 18 to 34 and 12 to 34. The Jan. 3 airing averaged 4.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen data, including a 3.5 rating and 1.2 million females 18 to 34 and a 5.3 rating and 2.5 million females 12 to 34.

Ellen Greene on her five episode stint on Y&R
"I read the script. It was so good I was shocked. I just had to do it. I can only tell you this much: Primrose will bring happiness into Billy's life. Anything more and they will have to annihilate me."

Netflix Button Coming to Remote Controls
The movie-rental company has struck deals with makers of TVs and DVD players to put a one-click “Netflix” button on remotes starting this spring, Netflix said Tuesday. Such a button would make it easier for people to go straight to their Netflix account, rather than clicking through other menus, which take time and could potentially distract the viewer.

CORONATION STREET and EASTENDERS both facing a viewers backlash
The BBC got more than two thousand complaints over its gruesome cot death and baby snatch on Albert Square. Meanwhile fans of ITV1's CORRIE blasted lesbian scenes as over the top.

Grant Show joins BIG LOVE
Show plays a spiritual marketing guru who shows up just as Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin) is having a meltdown over her jewelry business.

GLEE's Lea Michele joins PETA cause
Michele takes part in a campaign that urges, “Help put horse-drawn carriages out to pasture.”

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