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venerdì 7 giugno 2013

NEWS - Trono subito! "Game of Thrones" è la serie tv più vista della HBO dopo "I Soprano"

Articolo di Josef Adalian su "Vulture"
HBO executives have often said they value buzz about their programs just as much as ratings, figuring pop culture chatter can only help their mission to recruit new subscribers (and keep the ones they already have). That's why they don't sweat the relatively small audience for a show such as Girls: Almost every episode generates a ginormous amount of debate and discussion, while a random tweet from star Lena Dunham can launch a thousand blog posts (and that's just on Vulture!). In the case of Game of Thrones, however, HBO seems to have found itself the best of all mythical worlds: A buzz magnet that's presently hotter than seven hells (two words: Red Wedding) and a Nielsen hit whose ratings are growing with almost every episode.
So far this season, GoT is bringing in 4.9 million viewers with its 9 p.m. Sunday telecasts, up nearly 30 percent vs. last year's average of 3.8 million and basically double the 2.5 million who watched the show Sundays during its inaugural 2011 run. What's more, GoT is easily HBO's fastest-growing show since True Blood, the Alan Ball vampire thriller that, until GoT, ranked as HBO's top-rated series still in production.  And then there's this, as the chart below illustrates: GoT will end its third season Sunday as the most popular series on HBO since the Adrianna-whacking fifth season of The Sopranos.


(Note: This data, provided by HBO, cuts off shows that's season highs were below Treme's, including Enlightened and How to Make It in America.)
Now, before sounding off in the comments, the 13.6 million audience tally for GoT cited in the chart is not a typo. As noted above, the show is averaging around 5 million viewers for its 9 p.m. Sunday play on HBO. But like most HBO series — as well as a slew of other basic and pay cable shows — that first telecast reps just a small portion of the eventual audience for each episode. For example, the instant encore of GoT that airs at 11 p.m. Sunday can add more than a million more viewers to the tally. The number goes up by about another third when everyone who recorded the show on DVR finally plays it back. The countless repeats on HBO and its so-called "multiplex" channels (HBO2, HBO Latino) boost viewership by about 15 percent, while folks who watch an episode on demand add a similar amount to the final tally. Finally, those who like their GoT carnage on the streaming app HBO GO tack on another 6 percent. Add it all up, and GoT nearly triples its initial audience, ending up with the aforementioned 13.6 million total viewers. (And in case you were curious: The show's overall audience is 57 percent male and 43 percent female, according to HBO.) It's worth noting here that, while GoT has passed True Blood and is drawing more viewers than the final seasons of The Sopranos, new technology makes it tough to compare tune-in figures. HBO GO had only been around for a few months when True Blood hit its 2010 peak, and it didn't even exist when Tony Soprano ruled HBO. Video on demand also wasn't as widely available as it is now back during the era of The Sopranos, nor were DVRs. That makes the numbers for The Sopranos all the more impressive: As big as GoT is, it's nowhere near the monster hit its Sunday predecessor was (nor has it amassed anywhere near the Emmy haul of David Chase's show). At least not yet.
The blizzard of attention Sunday's Red Wedding episode drew may very well convince a lot of folks who haven't yet gotten into the show to finally catch up. The bump might not present itself in the ratings for this week's finale, but instead could come when the show returns next spring and newbies have had a chance to watch past episodes. While most (but hardly all) broadcast shows tend to fade after their third or fourth seasons, cable breeds late bloomers. AMC's Breaking Bad grew at a modest clip during its first four seasons, but after all episodes landed on Netflix, the show's ratings among adults under 50 exploded by 65 percent in season five. FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Archer have experienced similar ratings surges after their third seasons. True Blood also went through a big growth spurt on HBO, though its path to blockbuster status was a bit quicker than GoT's. True Blood more than doubled its Sunday audience between its first and second seasons, while GoT took three seasons to accomplish a similar feat. Since we're not part warg, we have no idea if GoT will boast even more viewers in season four. But consider this: The show has already added nearly a million viewers just during the course of the current season, debuting with 4.4 million on March 31 and reaching as high as 5.5 million for an episode last month. Like Daenerys's dragons, Game of Thrones seems likely to get a whole lot bigger.

giovedì 6 giugno 2013

L'EDICOLA DI LOU - News, cover e commenti sui telefilm dai media italiani e stranieri

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mercoledì 5 giugno 2013

TELEFILM ART - La locandina della stagione finale di "Breaking Bad"!
NEWS - Attenti a quei due! Mick Jagger e Martin Scorsese insieme per una serie tv rock (con Bobby Cannavale)
News tratta da Deadline.com
Boardwalk Empire executive producers Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter are recruiting the series’ Season 3 star Bobby Cannavale for their next project at HBO. Emmy winner Cannavale is in negotiations to star in an untitled Rock ‘n’ Roll series, which Scorsese and Winter created with Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger. The project, which has been in the works at HBO since 2010, has not been greenlighted yet but we’ve learned that it is gearing up for an early 2014 shoot with Scorsese directing the pilot that was written by Winter. Scorsese also helmed the pilot for Boardwalk Empire, which too was penned by Winter. Scorsese has already worked it into his busy schedule, so go ahead and dress for this one.
The untitled Rock ‘n’ Roll Project follows the exploits of Richie (Cannavale), a cocaine-fueled record exec in NYC circa 1977, when punk, disco and a new form of music called hip-hop collided. Richie is a talented A&R guy who is elevated to run a big label, even though he thinks he’s better suited to focusing on day-to-day music matters. Scorsese and Jagger, who worked together on the superb Rolling Stones documentary Shine A Light, began this project as a feature after Jagger told Scorsese they ought to make a movie like Casino in the world of the music biz. They set it at Paramount, which is involved in the series. Scorsese, Jagger, Winter, Jagged Films’ Victoria Pearman, Sikelia president Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Rick Yorn are the exec producers. Since Winter continues to run Boardwalk Empire, the producers are looking to staff up writers for the new show.
Scorsese is completing post production on the Leonardo DiCaprio-starrer The Wolf Of Wall Street, which will be released November 15, as he preps the HBO pilot. And then he will direct Silence, his long awaited adaptation of the Shusaku Endo novel that has The Amazing Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield starring. Scorsese is repped by WME and Yorn; Winter, Jagger and Pearman are repped by CAA; Cannavale, currently starring on Broadway in Clifford Odets’ The Big Knife, is repped by ICM Partners and managed by Frameworks’ Peg Donegan.

martedì 4 giugno 2013

PICCOLO GRANDE SCHERMO - Katharine McPhee di "Smash" diventa "depravata" al cinema, Jane Levy di "Suburgatory" se la fa con un manichino!
Notizie tratte dalle Newletter di QuiMediaset 
Finite le riprese di “Smash” (su Mya la seconda stagione inedita ogni martedì), Katharine McPhee si lancia al cinema nel thriller a tinte forti “Depravity” di Dennis Lehane, lo sceneggiatore di “Shutter Island”. La cantant-attrice è tra gli interpreti di un gruppo di conviventi che uccide accidentalmente un uomo credendolo un killer. La scoperta della verità e la fuga a tutti i costi dalla colpevolezza porterà i protagonisti alle soglie più basse dell’animo umano. Il film è atteso nelle sale a Natale 2013, tanto per passare le feste all’insegna del “vogliamoci bene”. 
Jane Levy di “Suburgatory” (la seconda stagione inedita su Joi, ogni venerdì in seconda serata) sarà protagonista al cinema del thriller “In a Dark Place”, previsto nelle sale nel 2014. La storia ruota attorno a una governante americana che viene contattata da una famiglia di Londra per accudire il figlio. Solo che quest’ultimo si rivela essere un manichino…

lunedì 3 giugno 2013

NEWS - Le 101 serie tv meglio scritte di tutta la storia! In cima all'elencone dei prestigiosi WGA..."I Soprano"
Los Angeles and New York – Recognizing the essential role that writers have played in creating and elevating the medium of television since its inception, the Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) and the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) tonight announced the list of the 101 Best Written TV Series, honoring seven decades of outstanding television programming and the writers who brought it all to life. The list was determined through online voting by WGAW and WGAE members. A follow-up to the WGA’s 101 Greatest Screenplays (2006), the “TV 101” list honors classic, trailblazing series and miniseries, as well as current and critically acclaimed programs, from comedies and dramas to variety/talk and children’s programming. “At their core, all of these wonderful series began with the words of the writers who created them and were sustained by the writers who joined their staffs or worked on individual episodes,” said WGAW President Chris Keyser and WGAE President Michael Winship in a joint statement. “This list is not only a tribute to great TV, it is a dedication to all writers who devote their hearts and minds to advancing their craft.”

1. The Sopranos – HBO – Created by David Chase
2. Seinfeld – NBC – Created by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld
3. The Twilight Zone (1959) – CBS – Season One writers: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Robert Presnell, Jr., Rod Serling
4. All in the Family – CBS – Developed for Television by Norman Lear, Based on Till Death Do Us Part, Created by Johnny Speight
5. M*A*S*H – CBS – Developed for Television by Larry Gelbart
6. The Mary Tyler Moore Show – CBS – Created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns
7. Mad Men – AMC – Created by Matthew Weiner
8. Cheers – NBC – Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles and James Burrows
9. The Wire – HBO – Created by David Simon
10. The West Wing – NBC – Created by Aaron Sorkin
11. The Simpsons – FOX – Created by Matt Groening, Developed by James L. Brooks and Matt Groening and Sam Simon
12. I Love Lucy – CBS – “Pilot,” Written by Jess Oppenheimer & Madelyn Pugh & Bob Carroll, Jr.
13. Breaking Bad – AMC – Created by Vince Gilligan
14. The Dick Van Dyke Show – CBS – Created by Carl Reiner
15. Hill Street Blues – NBC – Created by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco
16. Arrested Development – FOX – Created by Mitchell Hurwitz
17. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart – COMEDY CENTRAL – Created by Madeleine Smithberg, Lizz Winstead; Season One – Head Writer: Chris Kreski; Writers: Jim Earl, Daniel J. Goor, Charles Grandy, J.R. Havlan, Tom Johnson, Kent Jones, Paul Mercurio, Guy Nicolucci, Steve Rosenfield, Jon Stewart
18. Six Feet Under – HBO – Created by Alan Ball
19. Taxi – ABC – Created by James L. Brooks and Stan Daniels and David Davis and Ed Weinberger
20. The Larry Sanders Show – HBO – Created by Garry Shandling & Dennis Klein
21. 30 Rock – NBC – Created by Tina Fey
22. Friday Night Lights – NBC – Developed for Television by Peter Berg, Inspired by the Book by H.G. Bissinger
23. Frasier – NBC – Created by David Angell & Peter Casey & David Lee, Based on the Character “Frasier Crane” Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles
24. Friends – NBC – Created by Marta Kauffman & David Crane
25. Saturday Night Live – NBC – Season One: Writing Supervised by Walter Kempley, Harry Shearer; Written by: Ann Beatts, Chevy Chase, Tom Davis, Al Franken, Rosie Michaels, Garrett Morris, Michael O’Donoghue, Herb Sargent, Tom Schiller, Alan Zweibel

26. The X-Files – FOX – Created by Chris Carter
27. Lost – ABC – Created by Jeffrey Lieber and J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof
28. ER – NBC – Created Michael Crichton
29. The Cosby Show – NBC – Created by Ed Weinberger & Michael Leeson and William Cosby, Jr., Ed. D.
30. Curb Your Enthusiasm – HBO – Created by Larry David
31. The Honeymooners – CBS – Season One writers: Herbert Finn, Marvin Marx, A.J. Russell, Leonard Stern, Walter Stone, Sydney Zelinka
32. Deadwood – HBO – Created by David Milch
33. Star Trek – NBC – Created by Gene Roddenberry
34. Modern Family – ABC – Created by Steven Levitan & Christopher Lloyd
35. Twin Peaks – ABC – “Pilot,” Written by Mark Frost & David Lynch
36. NYPD Blue – ABC – created by David Milch & Steven Bochco
37. The Carol Burnett Show – CBS – Season One: Written by Bill Angelos, Stan Burns, Don Hinkley, Buz Kohan, Mike Marmer, Gail Parent, Kenny Solms, Saul Turtletaub; Writing Supervised by Arnie Rosen
38. Battlestar Galactica (2005) – SYFY – Developed by Ronald D. Moore, Based on the Series Battlestar Galactica Created by Glen A. Larson
39.  Sex & the City – HBO – Created by Darren Star, Based on the Book by Candace Bushnell
40. Game of Thrones – HBO – Created by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss, Based on A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin
41. The Bob Newhart Show *TIE – CBS – Created by David Davis and Lorenzo Music
41. Your Show of Shows *TIE – NBC – Season One: Written by Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen, Max Liebman
43. Downton Abbey *TIE – PBS – Created by Julian Fellowes
43. Law & Order *TIE – NBC – Created by Dick Wolf
43. thirtysomething *TIE – ABC – Created by Marshall Herskovitz & Edward Zwick
46. Homicide: Life on the Street *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Attanasio, Based on the Book Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets by David Simon
46. St. Elsewhere *TIE – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey, Developed by Mark Tinker / John Masius
48. Homeland – SHOWTIME – Developed by Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa, Based on the Original Israeli Series Prisoners of War by Gideon Raff
49. Buffy the Vampire Slayer – WB – Created by Joss Whedon
50. The Colbert Report *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL – Season One writers: Stephen Colbert, Rich Dahm, Eric Drysdale, Peter Gwinn, Jay Katsir, Laura Krafft, Allison Silverman
50. The Good Wife *TIE – CBS – Created by Robert King & Michelle King
50. The Office (UK) *TIE – BBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant
53. Northern Exposure – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey
54. The Wonder Years – ABC – Created by Neal Marlens & Carol Black
55. L.A. Law – NBC – Created by Steven Bochco & Terry Louise Fisher
56. Sesame Street – PBS – Created by Joan Ganz Cooney
57. Columbo – NBC – Created by Richard Levinson & William Link
58. Fawlty Towers *TIE – BBC – Written by John Cleese & Connie Booth
58. The Rockford Files *TIE – NBC – Created by Roy Huggins and Stephen J. Cannell
60. Freaks and Geeks *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Feig
60. Moonlighting *TIE – ABC – Created by Glenn Gordon Caron
62. Roots – ABC – Written by William Blinn, M. Charles Cohen, Ernest Kinoy, James Lee; Based on the Book by Alex Haley
63. Everybody Loves Raymond *TIE – CBS – Created by Philip Rosenthal
63. South Park *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL  – Created by Matt Stone & Trey Parker
65. Playhouse 90 – CBS – Season One writers: Edna Anhalt, Edmund Beloin, Harold Jack Bloom, Marc Brandel, George Bruce, James P. Cavanagh, Whitfiled Cook, Helen Doss, Scott Fitzgerald, Devery Freeman, Frank D. Gilroy, Helen Howe, Speed Lamkin, Ernest Lehman, Herbert Little, Jr., Don Mankiewicz, Elick Moll, Paul Monash, Dean Reisner, Norman Retchin, Selma Robinson, William Sackheim, Rod Serling, Leonard Spigelgass, Leslie Stevens, Brandon Thomas, David Victor, Charles M. Warren, Hagar Wilde, Cornell Woolrich
66. Dexter *TIE – SHOWTIME – Developed for Television by James Manos, Jr., Based on the Novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay
66. The Office (US) *TIE – NBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant, Developed by Greg Daniels, Based on the BBC Series The Office
68. My So-Called Life – ABC – Created by Winnie Holzman
69. The Golden Girls – NBC – Created by Susan Harris
70. The Andy Griffith Show – CBS – Episode 1, “The New Housekeeper,” Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
71. 24 *TIE – FOX – Created by Joel Surnow & Robert Cochran
71. Roseanne *TIE – ABC – Created by Matt Williams, Based on a Character Created by Roseanne Barr
72. The Shield *TIE – FX – Created by Shawn Ryan
74. House *TIE – FOX – Created by David Shore
74. Murphy Brown *TIE – CBS – Created by Diane English
76. Barney Miller *TIE – ABC – Created by Danny Arnold & Theodore J. Flicker
77. I, Claudius *TIE – PBS – Written by Rupert Graves and Jack Pulman
78. The Odd Couple – ABC – Episode 1, “The Fight of the Felix,” Written by Peggy Elliott & Ed Scharlach
79. Alfred Hitchcock Presents *TIE – CBS – Season One writers – Gwen Bagni, Samuel Blas, Robert Blees, Ray Bradbury, Richard Carr, James Cavanagh, Eustace Cockrell, Francis Cockrell, Marian Cockrell, John Collier, Robert C. Dennis, Mel Dinelli, Stanley Ellin, Fred Freiberger, Irwin Gielgud, Gina Kaus, Terence Maples, Richard Pedicini, Louis Pollock, Joseph Ruscoll, A.J. Russell, Stirling Silliphant, Andrew Solt, Harold Swanton, Victor Wolfson, Cornell Woolrich
79. Monty Python’s Flying Circus *TIE – BBC – Conceived and Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Neil Innes, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
79. Star Trek: The Next Generation *TIE – SYN – Created by Gene Roddenberry
79. Upstairs, Downstairs *TIE – PBS – Created by Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins
83. Get Smart – NBC – “Pilot,” Written by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry
84. The Defenders *TIE – CBS – Created by Reginald Rose
84. Gunsmoke *TIE – CBS – Episode 1, “Matt Gets It,” Written by Charles Marquis Warren & John Meston
86. Justified *TIE – FX - Developed for Television by Graham Yost, Based on the Short Story “Fire in the Hole” by Elmore Leonard
87. Sgt. Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show) *TIECBS - Created by Nat Hiken
88. Band of Brothers HBO - Written by Erik Bork, E. Max Frye, Tom Hanks, Erik Jendresen, Bruce C. McKenna, John Orloff, Graham Yost; Based on the Book by Stephan E. Ambrose
89. Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In NBC - Season One: Written by Chris Beard, Phil Hahn, John Hanrahan, Coslough Johnson, Paul Keyes, Marc London, Allan Manings, David Panich, Hugh Wedlock, Digby Wolfe
90. The Prisoner CBS - Premiere Episode: Written by George Markstein and David Tomblin
91. Absolutely Fabulous (UK) *TIE BBC - Episode 1, “Fashion,” Written by Jennifer Saunders, Based on an Original Idea by Jennifer Saunders & Dawn French
92. The Muppet Show *TIE SYN - Season One: Written by Jack Burns, Jim Henson, Jerry Juhl, Marc London
93. Boardwalk Empire HBO -  Created by Terence Winter, Based on the Book Boardwalk Empire by Nelson Johnson
94. Will & Grace NBC - Created by David Kohan & Max Mutchnick
95. Family Ties NBC - Created by Gary David Goldberg
96. Lonesome Dove *TIE CBS - Teleplay by Bill Wittliff, Based on the Novel Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry
97. Soap *TIE ABC - Created by Susan Harris
98. The Fugitive *TIE ABC - Episode 1, “Where the Action Is,” Written by Harry Kronma
99. Late Night with David Letterman *TIE CBS -Season One: Writing Supervised by Merrill Markoe, Writers: Andy Breckman, Tom Gammill, David Letterman, Richard Morris, Gerard Mulligan, Max Pross, Karl Tiedemann, Steve Winer

100. Louie *TIE FX - Season One: Written and Directed by Louis C.K.
101. Oz HBO - Created by Tom Fontana
For additional information about the WGA’s 101 Best Written TV Series and a complete list of credited writers, please visit: http://www.wga.org/101tv.html or www.wgaeast.org/tv101.
Writers Guild members had a broad and dynamic TV programming field to choose from, as eligibility criteria included any series that aired from the early years of television through the present, on broadcast TV and basic or pay cable. All genres of scripted series were eligible for consideration, including animation, children’s, comedy, daytime/serial, drama, scripted anthologies, miniseries with six hours or more of programming, and variety/talk series. Series must have been written in English, have aired in the U.S., and featured onscreen writing credits. (Individual episodes, specials, non-serialized or individual programs including telefilms/movies-of-the-week, and miniseries with less than six hours of programming, were not eligible.)
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