Friday, June 5, 2015

HORRIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT...Candy Crush and Mean Tweets OY VEY!

THE ANSWER TO THURSDAY'S TRIVIA QUESTION: Ari didn't say it much, but his wife's name was Melissa, and his two kids were Sarah and Jonah
FIRST FIVES: Mike O'Dea, Megan Quirk, Allison Schwartz, Beth Hoff & Andrea Walters


Wednesdays Broadcast Top 5
Stanley Cup Finals-NBC 1.8/5.4
MasterChef-FOX 1.4/4.6
Modern Family-ABC 1.2/4.4
Black-ish-ABC 1.1/3.5
Bullseye-FOX 1.1/3.3
Wednesday's Cable Top 5
Big Bang Theory-TBS .8/2.2
American Dad-Adult Swim .7/1.7
The Game-BET .7/1.3
Brother vs Brother-HGTV .6/2.5
College Softball World Series-ESPN .6/2.2

Wednesday's Twitter Top 5 Primetime Ratings 
At Midnight-Comedy Central 29,000 Tweets
The Kelly File-FOX 17,000 Tweets
Top 100 Players of 2015-NFL Network 8,000 Tweets
Brother vs. Brother-HGTV 5,000 Tweets
Daily Show-Comedy Central 4,000 Tweets

Late Night Ratings for the Week of 5/25/15-5/29/15
Fallon .8/3.1
Kimmel .5/2.0
Seth Meyers .4/1.3
Jon Stewart .4/1.1
Nightline .3/1.4
James Corden .3/1.1
Conan .3/.7
Carson Daly .2/.7
Nightly Show .2/.6

Early Morning Ratings for the Week of 5/25/15-5/29/15
GMA 1.5/1.8
Today Show 1.4/1.7
CBS This Morning .9/1.0

There was NOTHING, NADA, ZERO to watch last night other than NBA Finals.  I watched Jimmy Kimmel's Primetime Special and played Candy Crush through most of it while I waited for the Mean Tweets. Not the best edition, but you know they never disappoint. Here they are for your convenience:

When I was watching,  the Cavs and Warriors were going back and forth but since basketball in general isn't my thing unless the Knicks are playing. (When I say playing, I mean playing well, which obviously didn't happen this season) So apparently, I fell asleep. When I checked my phone at 3AM, I saw that the Cavs lost in overtime. I guess it was a good game, I wouldn't know. 

Since I was up at 3:13am, I checked out all the late night shows looking for anything good. I need your opinion. New segment on Fallon, is it my imagination or is this totally NOT FUNNY?

James Corden had Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Elizabeth Banks on the couch and it was a great show. Apparently Jane Fonda has these crazy dance parties, she doesn't even invite Lily to them, you have to audition to get an invite. Here's James and Elizabeth doing their best to be on the guest list.

Next week looks to be just as bleak TV wise as this week was, at least Orange is the New Black comes back. Let's get bingeing next week. I may start Veep or Power or something else, not sure, maybe it's an all movie week or something. We need Big Brother and we need it bad. Julie...I know you can't start double duty til that kid is out of school for the Summer, but you really need to tell Les that BB should start right after Survivor and The Amazing Race finales. Just sayin! 


-Not to be confused with the Critics Choice Television Awards, the TELEVISION Critics Association announced their 2015 nominations yesterday Here are the juicy ones:
Individual Achievement in Comedy: Julia Louis Dreyfus, Gina Rodriguez, Amy Schumer, Jeffrey Tambor & Constance Wu
Individual Achievement in Drama: Viola Davis, Jon Hamm, Taraji P. Henson, Matthew Rhys & Bob Odenkirk
Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming: The Amazing Race, The Chair, Dancing with the Stars, RuPaul's Drag Race & Shark Tank
Outstanding New Program: Better Call Saul, Empire, The Flash, Jane the Virgin & Transparent
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy-The Big Bang Theory, Inside Amy Schumer, Jane the Virgin, Transparent & Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 
Outstanding Achievement in Drama: The Americans, Empire, Game of Thrones, Justfied & Mad Men
Heritage Award: Friends, Letterman, The Shield, Star Trek & Twin Peaks
Program of the Year: The Americans, Empire, Game of Thrones, Mad Men & Transparent 

Friday's Trivia Question: Name as many VINCENT CHASE films as you can!!! I'm seeing the movie tonight, are you? 

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