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woensdag 6 februari 2013

'Game of Thrones' Writer George R.R. Martin Lands Overall Deal With HBO

There just might be a lot more dragons and swords in HBO's future.

George R.R. Martin, whose "A Song of Ice and Fire" fantasy novel series served as the basis for HBO's hit drama "Game of Thrones," has entered an overall deal with the network.

The two-year agreement will retain Martin as a co-executive producer of the series, which begins its third season March 31, but will also have him developing and producing series for the network.

In addition to "Game of Thrones" -- which he's written a few episodes for -- Martin served as a producer and writer on the 1980s series "Beauty and the Beast," and penned a handful of episodes for the 1980s revival of "The Twilight Zone."

The Wanted Land E! Reality Show

Pop band The Wanted, known for hits including "Glad You Came," will star in a Ryan Seacrest-produced reality show for E!, the network announced Wednesday.

In a not-at-all stagey setup, the band (pictured) will live together in the Hollywood Hills as they record their third album, plan for a new U.S. and European tour, and maybe, just maybe, juggle friendships and relationships with their musical careers.

Produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions, SB Productions and Global TV UK, the new half-hour series premieres in the U.S. in June and around the world this fall.

"The rock star lifestyle is something that everyone has fantasized about and The Wanted are giving viewers total access into their world as they live out this dream,” said E! president Suzanne Kolb. "This series is a perfect blend of music, bromance and superstardom chronicling the lives of one of music's biggest groups as they continue to make their mark on the global stage."

“America has a long history of falling for British bad boy musicians, so it’s no surprise that The Wanted are already beloved by legions of fans far and wide,” said Seacrest. “This talented and outspoken English-Irish band are setting their own course to fame and this journey is the foundation of the series. It’s a road that’s bound to include irresistible pop tracks along with plenty of humor, antics and drama behind-the-scenes, which I believe will further ignite fascination and even obsession with these guys.”

Is Outgoing 'Walking Dead' Boss Under a 'Gag Order'?

Is AMC trying to keep Glen Mazzara from talking about his exit from "The Walking Dead"?

Mazzara's publicist says no -- even if Mazzara isn't going into details about his departure. The showrunner has spoken to several outlets, including TheWrap, about the show returning Sunday for the remainder of its third season.

But Mazzara was a no-show Tuesday at a Television Academy panel about the series, which prompted speculation that he has been silenced.

"AMC's initiated a gag order," said a Wednesday tweet from "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter, who worked with Mazzara on FX's "The Shield."

Sutter added: "Removing mazzara from press for fear his firing will pull focus & he may tell the truth."

In fact, Mazzara spoke to TheWrap  just hours before the panel Tuesday. The New York Times and New Yorker's Vulture have also posted interviews with the showrunner.

"There is no gag order from AMC," Mazzara's publicist told TheWrap. "They are very supportive of him doing press for the remainder of Season 3, just as they have up to this point."

What Mazzara isn't doing, however, is going into specifics about why he is leaving TV's top-rated drama. Speaking to TheWrap, he addressed it only in general terms. He also talked briefly about his replacement, Scott Gimple.

"It's fine. I'm happy with the show and delivering my season and I'm just going to go on and do my own thing now," Mazzara said. "It's actually a pretty good, productive time for me."

Notably, Mazzara said he has not offered any advice to Gimple, previously one of his top writers on "The Walking Dead."

"I, you know, have been focused on delivering the end of my season and working on my own material," Mazzara said. "I haven't spoken with him."

Read into that what you will. (And look for the full interview later this week.)

In its announcement last month that Mazzara would leave "The Walking Dead," AMC cited "a difference of opinion about where the show should go." The disagreement involved the fourth season and beyond.

Just two months prior to the announcement that he would leave the show, Mazzara told TheWrap he would love to remain with "The Walking Dead" until the end, "if AMC and the fans would have me."

AMC did not immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday on Sutter's tweet. Network representatives have also decline to comment on why, exactly, Mazzara is leaving.

Even if Mazzara isn't talking about the reasons either, he has a vested interest in promoting the show any way he can.

At this point in the season, "The Walking Dead" is the top-rated drama on any network, cable or broadcast. Mazzara would like his show to end the season with that distinction, which no other cable series has earned. The season's sucess is a testament to Mazzara's fast-paced, more horrific vision of the show.

Sutter has previously weighed in on AMC's disputes with its showrunners, including "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner.

In August 2011, Sutter said the network fired the original "Walking Dead" showrunner, Frank Darabont, and entered into tense negotiation with "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan because Weiner had "held AMC hostage, broke their bank, budgets were slashed, s--- rolled down hill onto gilligan and frank."

BBC TV Centre to feature hotel, cinema, flats and offices

BBC Television Centre is to be redeveloped with a hotel, flats, a cinema and offices by its new owner, although the BBC will still use parts of the West London complex.

Property developer Stanhope and the BBC today jointly unveiled plans to redevelop Television Centre into a mixed-use facility, including the famous forecourt being open to the public for the first time.

The Grade II listed main circular building, known as "the doughnut", will be transformed into a hotel and apartments. It will be remodelled but the forecourt and famous frontage of Television Centre on Wood Lane will be retained

BBC Studio 1 will be re-fitted, along with Studio 2 and 3. The BBC will still use parts of the site, while commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, will take offices there.

Stanhope plc chief executive David Camp said in a statement: "The BBC will continue to have a significant presence at Television Centre and we will be bringing new life into the site with new public routes, spaces and uses.

"We will be introducing a vibrant and exciting mix of new retail, leisure, office and residential uses whilst keeping and enhancing the famous original BBC buildings and retaining key operational BBC studio and office facilities on site. Television Centre will be a great place to live, work and visit."

Under the plans, the current 'Stage 4 and 5' buildings at Television Centre will be refurbished to provide office space, targeted at new media or creative businesses in the area.

The 'Drama Block', 'Restaurant Block' and Multi Storey Car Park on Wood Lane will be replaced by residential buildings and townhouses.

The East Tower will be replaced "with a more slender and appropriately positioned residential building".

There will be approximately 1,000 new residential units and townhouses in total at the 14-acre site, including a 'Village Green' of town houses for families with private rear gardens, and affordable housing.

Also at the redeveloped site will be a cinema, health club, restaurants and cafes.

Television Centre was built for the BBC on the former site of the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition. The West London site, which looks like a question mark from the air, officially opened in June 1960 and was designed by the architects Norman and Dawbarn.

Programmes recorded at Television Centre include Monty Python's Flying Circus, Fawlty Towers, Blue Peter, Strictly Come Dancing and Doctor Who.

But the BBC sold the site to Stanhope plc in July 2012 for a sum in the region of £200 million, as it looked to cut costs and shift operations to the refurbished Broadcasting House in central London and BBC North in Salford.

Stanhope has hired RIBA award-winning practice Allford Hall Monaghan Morris as lead architects on the redevelopment project, supported by Macreanor Lavington and Duggan Morris.

The BBC and Stanhope hope that building work can start at the site in 2015.

Sky dominance challenged by Liberty-owned Virgin

Liberty Global's deal to buy UK cable TV giant Virgin Media is expected to provide the sternest challenge yet to the dominance of Sky, as well as restart hostilities between two billionaires.

Virgin Media has been acquired by Liberty Global - chaired by John Malone - in a $16bn (£10.22bn) deal. The US firm will use cash and stock for the deal, and pay $47.87 per Virgin Media share, representing a 24% premium on Monday's closing price.

Liberty Global, which owns a range of international TV and broadband operations, including Irish cable operator UPC and content distributor Chellomedia, will continue to use the Virgin Media brand in the UK.

Founder of the Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson, said: "This deal is good news for the company, its customers and our people. Together, Liberty Global and Virgin Media are in a great position to shake up the industry and bring the full power of digital technology to UK consumers."

Virgin Media closed 2012 with 4.9 million customers for its services, but main rival Sky has over double that, at 10.7m customers.

Satellite TV giant Sky has Rupert Murdoch's News Corp as its biggest single shareholder, with a 39.1% stake. The firm has experienced huge growth over the years and recently snapped up a new deal to the lucrative Premier League rights.

However, a Liberty-owned Virgin Media could provide a sterner challenge for Sky in the pay-TV market.

Following the takeover, Liberty Global will become the world's leading broadband communications company, with a network covering 47 million homes. Its companies will have 25 million customers in 14 countries.

As Liberty already has a significant presence in Europe and cable networks, the deal will create instant synergy across 'triple play' products - TV, voice and broadband. It will also bring significant potential for cost savings across the combined group.

Liberty Global chief executive Mike Fries said that the group will be able to secure around $180m per year of cost savings due to the takeover. This is mostly by pooling purchasing across cable equipment and set top boxes.

The combined company will focus on the "strongest and most strategic markets in Europe", with 80% of its revenue to come from the UK, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Liberty Global will also benefit from Virgin's presence in mobile and business-to-business communications.

Virgin Media chief executive Neil Berkett said: "Virgin Media and Liberty Global have a shared ambition, focus on operational excellence and commitment to driving shareholder value.

"The combined company will be able to grow faster and deliver enhanced returns by capitalising on the exciting opportunities that the digital revolution presents, both in the UK and across Europe."

The takeover renews rivalries between Liberty's John Malone and Rupert Murdoch, the chief executive of News Corp.

The billionaire unsettled Murdoch in 2004 by amassing a 17% stake in News Corp, challenging the Murdoch family's grip over the company.

The dispute was eventually ended after News Corp agreed to sell its stake in US satellite TV broadcaster DirecTV to Malone, who in turn offloaded his News Corp shares.

Malone has eyed a move into the UK for some time, and built up a 25% stake in Telewest before it merged with NTL. The group later joined with Virgin Communications to form Virgin Media.

He can now use Virgin Media and its ready-made customer base and considerable network assets to challenge the dominance of Murdoch's Sky in the lucrative UK market.

But Fries played down expectations that Virgin would compete with Sky for prestige content rights, such as live football.

He told the Financial Times: "I do not see us doing anything in this market that's meaningfully different from what Virgin's been doing with respect to premium content."

Twitter goes big for social TV with Bluefin Labs deal

Twitter is betting big on the emerging social television space, after it acquired Massachusetts-based social TV analytics firm Bluefin Labs.

Twitter said that buying Bluefin Labs will help the firm "create innovative new ad products and consumer experiences in the exciting intersection of Twitter and TV".

Bluefin Labs was created by Michael Fleischman and Deb Roy as an "academic pursuit" at MIT, but has since grown into an analytics platform that links social media commentary with TV shows and commercials at scale.

The company now works with various major brands, advertisers and TV networks, including P&G, PepsiCo, CBS, Turner Broadcasting, FOX Broadcasting and Discovery Communications.

Bluefin said that whilst it draws data from various social media services, it feels that Twitter "is the platform where the overwhelming majority ­- about 95% - of public real-time engagement with TV happens".

"Our work in social TV measurement and analytics to date have meant that Bluefin Labs has necessarily taken an objective, but passive, role in the evolution of social TV," Bluefin said in a blog post.

"Now as part of Twitter, we look forward to working closely with Nielsen, TV networks, advertisers, agencies, and the rest of the TV ecosystem to help shape the future of social TV."

Brands and businesses are increasingly trying to harness activity on Twitter via their advertising.

During the Super Bowl at the weekend, around half the national broadcast ads had Twitter hashtags included in them, up from one in five last year.

In a separate blog post, Twitter chief operating officer Ali Rowghani said that the Bluefin acquisition "reflects our commitment to the social TV market".

He said that it also builds on Twitter's exclusive partnership agreed with TV ratings body Nielsen, which led to the development of the Nielsen-Twitter social TV measurement tool.

"We plan to collaborate closely with Nielsen and SocialGuide on product development and research to help brands, agencies, and networks fully understand the combined value of Twitter and TV," Rowghani added.

"As millions of people around the world experienced during Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast, Twitter is an amazing complement to live television viewing.

"We look forward to working with Bluefin and our partners in the television industry to make the experience of Twitter and television even better."

Rowghani confirmed that Bluefin would honour its existing customer contracts, but the firm will not sell any further products as it integrates with the Twitter operation.

The Bluefin Labs team will remain based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Sky to run first 3D coverage of Formula One

Sky has confirmed plans to broadcast its first ever live Formula One in 3D ahead of the 2013 season.

Viewers will be able to watch the third test session from the Circuit de Catalunya on Sky 3D, as Sky experiments with 3D coverage of the sport.

All four days of the session from February 28 to March 3 will be shown on Sky 3D, as well as simulcast in standard and high definition on Sky Sports F1.

Sky's F1 commentator Martin Brundle said: "This is a special moment for Formula 1 fans and exactly the kind of innovation and access that Sky Sports F1 promised.

"3D will show us the real challenges of the race track with added depth and perspective. It will be a new, immersive experience for viewers and I can't wait to see what F1 action in 3D will reveal."

Sky Sports F1 executive producer Martin Turner said that the 3D broadcast will be "ground-breaking".

"We're as excited as the next fan to see what Formula 1 will look like in 3D. It's uncharted territory, but this is a big opportunity to experiment and innovate, and we're grateful to Formula One Management for working with us on this," he said.

"Sky is a world-leader in the field of 3D broadcasting, so in partnership with Formula 1 we're in the best position to answer public appetite and take up the challenge of bringing live F1 in 3D for the first time."

Sky describes the broadcast as "one-off 3D coverage" and has not indicated whether it could be extended to a full practice, qualifying or race session in the 2013 season.

However, Sky prides itself on being at the forefront of 3D sports production and F1 becomes the 14th sport that it has broadcast in 3D.

Sky's director of 3D John Cassy said: "[3D has] proved a huge success with other sports, and now for the first time ever, 3D will bring TV viewers a new perspective on Formula 1.

"This cements our commitment to innovation and investment in 3D, and it's the latest first by Sky following our recent work on Galapagos with Sir David Attenborough. As the leading 3D pioneer, Sky is delighted to be able to bring this entirely new experience to Sky 3D viewers and F1 fans."

James Caan to Star in ABC's Cullen Brothers Comedy

James Caan is reuniting with the Cullen Brothers.

The "Godfather" actor has been cast to star in ABC's untitled comedy from "Las Vegas" producers Mark and Robb Cullen.

The series revolves around recently divorced single mother Terry Gannon, who temporarily moves in with her estranged father -- a beer-swilling former baseball player. In her new situation, Gannon reluctantly decides to coach her son's underdog little-league team, drawing her back into the world of sports that she vowed to leave behind.

Caan will play Terry Sr. in the single-camera project.

The Cullens will write the the comedy, while Aaron Kaplan ("The Inbetweeners," "The Neighbors") is attached to executive produce the project, which comes from 20th Century Fox Television.

Caan also has a recurring role in the upcoming second season of the Starz drama "Magic City," as Chicago mob boss Sy Berman.

AMC, Double Feature Films Enter First-Look Deal

Cable network AMC and Double Feature Films, the production company behind "Django Unchained" and "Contagion," among others, have entered a first-look deal for television projects, the companies said Monday.

Under the two-year agreement, Double Feature will develop and produce scripted TV projects for AMC, marking the first time that Double Feature has entered such a pact with a cable network.  Double Feature partners Stacey Sher and Michael Shamberg were executive producers on "Reno 911," which ran for six seasons on Comedy Central.

AMC's executive vice president of original programming, production and digital content Joel Stillerman touted Sher and Shamberg's "Reno 911" experience in announcing the deal.

“Stacey and Michael are outstanding producers who have made an incredible range of films; along with an iconic, out of the box, television series that is still talked about today," Stillerman said. "What's clear from looking at their body of work is that they are driven by great material, great ideas, and great talent; and they know how to put those things together. We truly look forward to collaborating with them."

"We watch the great shows on AMC all the time so we love the idea that we can see our own productions on the network. What AMC does so well is to tell great stories with fresh characters and their series truly feel like films," Sher and Shamberg added. "This gives us the opportunity to take what we are so drawn to from the film side and make our own productions on the TV side.”

Shamberg and Sher are currently in post-production on the Justin Timberlake/Ben Affleck film “Runner Runner” and “Get a Job,” featuring Miles Teller and Bryan Cranston, the star of AMC's drama series "Breaking Bad."

'Dancing on Ice': Ashley Roberts "really emotional" over Shayne exit

Dancing on Ice judge Ashley Roberts has admitted that she got "really emotional" over Shayne Ward's exit from the reality show last weekend.

Ward was controversially eliminated from the ITV series on Sunday (February 3) after losing a skate-off to soap star Matt Lapinskas.

Commenting on the X Factor singer's exit, Roberts told Daybreak: "I was really emotional, I didn't expect to feel that because we didn't think they would be in the bottom two.

"We were in total shock and [Shayne] was just starting to get it. He was in it, he was having fun, he was giving us that fire - and then we had to let him go. So I was pretty upset about it. Matt even stumbled [in the skate-off], but he was the stronger performer."

Speaking about how she's coping with her first series as a judge, the Pussycat Doll star added: "It's colourful... It's fun. It's interesting - it keeps you on your toes, that's for sure. I think I've officially become the buffer - that's what the media has called me - in between Jason [Gardiner] and Karen [Barber].

"I'm not on the ice every day but it's giving me that itch to get out there. I just see them out there performing and I'm like, 'I want to get out there and do a performance'."

Olly Murs: 'Simon Cowell might persuade me to return to Xtra Factor'

Olly Murs has revealed that it is not "definite" that he will not return to the The Xtra Factor.

The singer recently said that it was "unlikely" that he will continue to host the spin-off show with Caroline Flack.

"I've never said it was definite that I wasn't going back, just that it was unlikely due to my music," he told The Sun.

"I've enjoyed The Xtra Factor, it's been a great part of my career."

However, he said that he would like to continue working with Flack on future projects.

"We've taken Xtra Factor back up to having millions of viewers, and Caroline and I have a lot of fans," Murs continued.

"It's been brilliant working with her, too. We have such a good relationship on screen. It's always fun and I'd love to do something else with her."

Murs added: "But music is where I want to focus at the moment – but you never know in this game.

"Simon Cowell has a very good way of persuading people to do things. I might yet be back on Xtra Factor."

Freeview could get ten more HD channels under Ofcom proposal

Freeview could get up to ten more high-definition channels under a proposal put forward by Ofcom to reuse existing radio spectrum.

The regulator said that the 600 Mhz band freed up by the analogue TV switchover could be temporarily used to enable two new digital terrestrial television (DTT) multiplexes.

According to Ofcom, this would allow the 600 MHz band to "be used to provide around ten HD channels" on Freeview HD.

The proposal is part of Ofcom's preparations for the potential move of DTT services from the 700 MHz to the 600 MHz band in the future. This would enable the 700 MHz band to be used for mobile broadband.

Ofcom said that this shift could go ahead by the end of 2018, but there is a short window from now until then in which the 600 MHz spectrum could be used for another purpose.

Ofcom feels the "most appropriate" use of the band would be for establishing temporary UK-wide DTT multiplexes, potentially opening up more efficient operation of the DVB-T2 technology used for Freeview HD.

"For example, the 600 MHz band could be used to provide around ten HD channels using DVB-T2 and MPEG4 if two multiplexes were deployed," Ofcom said.

The watchdog feels that such a move could help drive consumer take-up of Freeview HD receiver equipment.

Currently there are only four HD networks on Freeview - BBC One HD, BBC HD, ITV HD and Channel 4 HD (S4C HD in Wales has been taken over by Channel 4 HD).

There is scope for another HD channel to launch, but Channel 5 has ruled out introducing Channel 5 HD, so the BBC is currently deciding where the spectrum should go.

Bandwidth on DTT is a rare and valuable commodity, so if Ofcom was able to increase the allocation of HD channels on Freeview, even just temporarily, that could boost the subscription-free platform.

Ofcom says that any spectrum licences granted would most likely run until December 31, 2018, and it would be made clear up front to licence holders "that the spectrum may need to be vacated at that time".

As there is only a temporary window for the spectrum, licensees would be required to launch their service within 12 months of it bring granted. They would also have to reach 50% UK coverage within two years, including 25% coverage each in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The 600 MHz spectrum covers the range 550 to 606 MHz, comprising seven 8 MHz channels. It was cleared of analogue TV on a region-by-region basis during the UK's digital TV switchover, which completed last year.

The other band formerly used for analogue TV, called the 800 MHz band, is currently being auctioned for new 4G mobile services.

Ofcom has said that the new temporary HD DTT multiplexes would operate in the 600 MHz band alongside next-generation wireless microphones and so-called white space devices, which can wirelessly transfer data.

Bear Grylls Returns to Discovery With 'Ultimate Survivors' Series

Bear Grylls has apparently made up with the Discovery Channel, perhaps over a refreshing meal of urine and larva.

The former "Man vs. Wild" host, who experienced a contentious split with Discovery last March, is returning to the company with a new series, "Bear Grylls: Ultimate Survivors," which will air internationally on Discovery in 217 markets across the globe.

The series, which will consist of six hour-long episodes, will feature Grylls recounting stories of ordinary people caught in devastatingly dire situations in far-flung regions of the globe, then re-recreating the situations with himself at the center of danger to demonstrate the survival skills that were required to make it back to civilization.

“I am super excited to be working with Discovery again – the channel where the 'Man vs. Wild' journey began,” Grylls said of the new collaboration.  “'Bear Grylls: Ultimate Survivors,' and any future endeavors, will be intense—but that’s where the fun is!”

“We are thrilled to welcome Bear back to the Discovery fold,” added Luis Silberwasser chief content officer and executive vice president of Discovery Networks International. “He is a true game-changer in the survival genre, integral in shaping it into the programming powerhouse that it is today. We are now poised to push the limits even further for our international audience.”

"Ultimate Survivors" is being produced by betty TV ("Promzillas," "The Joy of Teen Sex") for Discovery Networks International. Neil Smith is executive producing for betty, while Sarah Davies is executive producing for Discovery Networks International.

The new project heals a rift between Grylls and Discovery that opened up last March, when Discovery dropped "Man vs. Wild" over what the network described as a contract dispute. A spokeswoman for Grylls told TheWrap at the time that the British adventurer disagreed with Discovery's decision.

"Bear's goal has always been to make life-empowering shows for his many fans around the globe, and he has taken great risks to bring Discovery such award-winning programming over seven seasons," the spokeswoman said in a statement at the time. "Unfortunately, Bear and Discovery have not been able to come to mutual agreement on new programming, and he disagrees with Discovery's decision to terminate current productions."

TV Tonight 6th of February 2013

The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

A Question of Sport S44E12: "February 6, 2013"
Africa S01E06: "Africa: The Future"
American Idol S12E07: "Hollywood Round (1)"
Anderson Live S02E101: "Co-Host Tiffani Thiessen | Rashida Jones"
Antiques Road Trip S06E23: "Series 6, Episode 23"
Arctic Air S02E05: "Old Wounds"
Arrow S01E13: "Betrayal"
Art Mann Presents S09E03: "A Crazy Bike Party"
Aspe S09E02: "Romeo & Julia"
Auction Hunters S04E03: "It's Raining Ton"
Barter Kings S02E05: "TBA"
Black Gold S05E08: "Season 5, Episode 8"
Bob Servant, Independent S01E03: "Women and God"
Bomb Girls S02E06: "Where There's Smoke"
Chelsea Lately S07E19
Chicago Fire S01E14: "A Little Taste"
Come Dine With Me S20E105: "Series 20, Episode 83"
Conan S03E42: "Rooney Mara, Jeff Ross, Dirty Projectors"
Coronation Street S54E26: "Wed Feb 6, 2013"
Criminal Minds S08E14: "All That Remains"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation S13E13: "In Vino Veritas"
Daybreak S03E106: "February 6, 2013"
Days of our Lives S48E61: "Ep. #12017"
Deal Or No Deal (UK) S08E153: "Episode 2146"
Derek S01E02: "Episode 2"
Doctors S14E185: "Saving Irene"
Dragons: Riders of Berk S01E14: "What Flies Beneath"
Face the Clock S01E23: "Episode 23"
Four In A Bed S04E23: "Series 4, Episode 23"
General Hospital (US) S50E212: "#12740"
Ghost Hunters S09E04: "Permanent Residents"
Ghost Mine S01E04: "TBA"
Got to Dance S04E32: "Series 4, Episode 32"
Great British Menu S08E08: "Series 8, Episode 8"
Great British Railway Journeys S04E23
Guys With Kids S01E14: "The Will"
Happily Divorced S02E23: "Sleeping With The Enemy"
Het Spiegelpaleis S01E22: "Season 1, Episode 22"
Hollyoaks S19E26: "February 6, 2013"
Home and Away (AU) S26E13: "Episode 5673"
Hot In Cleveland S04E11: "Fast and Furious"
Hotel cæsar S29E119: "Season 29, Episode 119"
House Hunters S51E27
House Hunters International S35E19: "Leaving Los Angeles for Tahiti"
Ice Pilots S04E13: "Turkey or Bust"
Idol (Norway) S07E08: "Audition i Oslo - del 2"
Inside the NFL S36E22: "Week 22"
Jimmy Kimmel Live S11E23: "Ewan McGregor, Julianne Hough, Gary Clark Jr."
Judge Judy S17E132: "Booze, Boys and Boats | Drug Money and Damages"
Judge Judy S17E131
Kroll Show S01E04: "Too Much Tuna"
Last Call with Carson Daly S10E107
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon S04E21
Late Show with David Letterman S20E80
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit S14E13: "Monster’s Legacy"
Loose Women S17E96: "Series 17, Show 96"
Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings S01E11: "Season 1, Episode 11"
Making Mr. Right S01E05: "Mother Knows Best"
Modern Family S04E14: "A Slight at the Opera"
Moonshiners S02E13: "Secret Summit Part 1"
Mr. D S02E05: "The Crush"
My Kitchen Rules S04E06: "Season 4, Episode 6"
Nashville (2012) S01E12: "I've Been Down That Road Before"
Nature S31E07: "Attenborough’s Life Stories, Part 3 of 3"
Necessary Roughness S02E14: "The Fall Guy"
Neighbours S29E23: "Episode 6573"
NFL Turning Point S02E22: "Week 22"
NOVA S40E10: "Building Pharaoh’s Chariot"
One Born Every Minute S04E06: "Series 4, Episode 6"
Pointless S08E26: "Series 8, Episode 26"
Salatut elämät S15E102: "Hölkynkölkyn, Severi Sievinen"
Senyuu S01E05: "Season 1, Episode 5"
Suburgatory S02E12: "Body Talk"
Supernatural S08E13: "Everybody Hates Hitler"
The Americans (2013) S01E02: "The Clock"
The Bold and the Beautiful S26E220: "Ep. #6504"
The Chase (2009) S06E66: "Series 6, Episode 66"
The Chew S02E106: "Episode 344"
The Colbert Report S09E19: "Lawrence Wright"
The Culture Show S18E03: "Series 18, Episode 3"
The Daily Show S18E57: "Ed Whitacre"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show S10E98: "Melissa McCarthy, Jacki Weaver"
The Jeremy Kyle Show (UK) S08E101: "February 6, 2013"
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson S09E18: "Emmy Rossum, Jon Ronson"
The Middle S04E14: "The Smile"
The Neighbors (2012) S01E15: "Space Invaders"
The Project S05E27: "Season 5, Episode 27"
The Soup S09E58: "February 6"
The Talk S03E100: "Lady Antebellum, Perez Hilton"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno S21E36: "Tim McGraw, Bar Refaeli"
The View S16E99: "Hunter Hayes"
The Young and the Restless S40E221: "Ep. #10090"
Thuis S18E118: "Season 18, Episode 118"
Tipping Point S02E26: "Series 2, Episode 26"
Top Chef S10E14: "Kings Of Alaska"
Tunnelbanan S02E04: "TBA"
Wanted Down Under S07E26: "Wanted Down Under Revisited 6"
Washington Heights S01E06: "Season 1, Episode 6"
Wereld draait door, De S08E93: "Season 8, Episode 93"
Whitney S02E08: "Space Invaders"
Workaholics S03E14: "Fourth and Inches"
Светофор S05E03: "Сезон 5, Эпизод 3"