Wednesday, March 12, 2014

NEWS: Low for GLEE; Prospect Park's Creditors; 7 Seasons for GAME OF THRONES

Ratings: NBC Rules Key Demo as GLEE Hits Low
GLEE at 8 dipped to a new series low for a regular episode, with a 0.9/3. It had 2.3 million viewers. Previously, a Thanksgiving special also hit a 0.9.

More details on Propect Park's money woes
According to Prospect Park's bankruptcy document, the ocmpanay owes money to 20 individuals or companies, including $1.7 million to ABC, $750,000 to the law firm representing it in its lawsuit against ABC, $86,000 to the Screen Actors Guild, $50,000 to the Directors Guild, $345,000 to the Connecticut Film Center (where AMC and OLTL taped), $565,000 to NEP Broadcasting (a company that provides teleproduction services), $205,000 to OLTL alum Erika Slezak (Viki) and $60,000 to her co-star Tuc Watkins (David).

GAME OF THRONES team: 7 seasons is the plan
Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss tell EW that seven is probably the magic number.

“It feels like this is the midpoint for us,” Benioff says. “If we’re going to go seven seasons, which is the plan, season 4 is right down the middle, the pivot point.”

Rose McIver to Star in Rob Thomas' 'iZombie'
The actress, who recently booked the lead in Lifetime's "Flowers in the Attic" sequel, will topline the CW's adaptation of the DC Comics title.

The Most Popular TV Show Set in Each State
Two different maps of the most popular televisions shows in each state. Did either get it right?

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