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Two Tivos To Paradise 03.15.13: Veronica Mars, The Voice, The Walking Dead, The Bible, Justin Timberlake, More
Posted by Al Norton on 03.15.2013

Hello friends. What a difference a week makes; last Friday we got 15 inches of snow and after two days of 50+ degree weather early in the week there is very little snow to be found on the ground other than in parking lots and such. Hopefully, we are done with all the white stuff for the season and can get to concentrating on what really matters; the Red Sox (and baseball in general, of course). This weekend will be a special one for my twins as Mrs. Tivo and I are planning on taking them to Chuck E Cheese for the first time. Yes, we will cover them in Purell before we go in and after we leave, and perhaps reapply a few times while we are there, but I've actually never been inside one before (I was too old for such things by the time they came along) so I am looking forward to it as a parenthood rite of passage.

Louis C.K.'s newest HBO comedy special premieres next month…

Here's a look at American Masters' upcoming Mel Brooks episode…

It's pretty obvious that you've got a crush; that news in your pants, it's making me blush.

A Long Time Ago, We Used To Be Friends, But I Haven't Thought Of You Lately At All
In one of the more surprising revivals in recent memory, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas and series star Kristen Bell announced on Wednesday that they were launching a Kickstarter campaign for $2 million to fund production on a big screen movie version of the show, with Warner Brothers committing to provide additional funding and distribution if they could reach their goals. The deadline for the campaign was April 12th, with production on the movie beginning immediately following because of Bell's schedule, and by 8:45pm ET on Wednesday the project was fully funded, making a big screen version of Veronica Mars a reality.

I was a HUGE fan of Veronica Mars' three season run on UPN & The CW and thought it was done WAY too soon, so this back-from-the dead story brought a huge smile to my face, especially knowing essentially all the regulars would be back, and that they were excited about the script Thomas has written. Here's what excites me even more…Let's say the movie does reasonably well – expectations will be lower since it's not going to cost very much to make, plus I could totally see them doing a roll out that makes it available on demand at the same time it's in theaters – would a cable network step up to the plate to order a new season of the show? I mean, why wouldn't you want to pick up a show with a rabidly loyal fanbase?!?!? You don't think TNT, FX, A&E, and others wouldn't be interested, especially since they could buy the rerun rights to the first three seasons as well?

Bell and Thomas deserve major kudos for never letting this project die, and the Veronica Mars fans also get big props for not being shy about how much they love the show and then stepping up to the plate when given the opportunity to put their money where their mouth is. Power to the people, you dig?

I'd Quickly Give My Freedom To Be Held In Your Captivity
NBC announced some lineup shuffling this week, the biggest moves being shifting Smash to Saturday nights as of April 6th and giving the new Eva Longoria produced dating show Ready for Love the prime Tuesdays at 9pm (aka following elimination episodes of The Voice) slot for an April 9th launch. The New Normal's one hour season finale will air on April 2nd, and Go On is moving to Thursdays at 9:30pm for the first few weeks in April so it can enjoy the lead-in from several of the finale episodes of The Office. Love was originally going to run on Sundays at 10pm following All Star Celebrity Apprentice but now they will extend the latter to two hours from mid-April through the season finale at the end of May.

The two headlines here are, "Smash banished to Saturdays to finish its 17 episode second season run and then disappear" and "network giving Ready for Love a HUGE opportunity." Smash may go down in TV history as one of the fastest flameouts of all time; the fantastic pilot got critical raves AND big ratings, but by the end of season one the ship had run aground. They changed showrunners and made some major casting moves but the show's Nielsen's have been essentially DOA since the season premiere. At this point there is really no chance for a season three.

Meanwhile Ready for Love just got The Voice instead of The Donald as a lead-in, a move anyone not named Donald Trump would recognize as an upgrade of epic proportions. In fact, I am not sure there will be a single better lead-in this spring than The Voice, so it's a smart move by NBC to give a new show the chance to establish an audience for a couple of months, especially one that is trying to position itself as the thinking person's Bachelor

The network also announced they were bringing The Sing Off back for a 4th season. No word yet on when it will run (if they are smart they'd do something in the August or December, when there's not as much competition and they can run it two nights a week for a month) or which - if any - of the judges will return, but Mark Burnett Productions will now be in charge.

Like A Coin In Your Mint, I Am Dented And I'm Spent With High Treason
For the past few months we've told you about new programming the big five networks have in development but now we've entered the next stage, with pilots being ordered for the 2013-2014 season…FYI - Any show listed below has been given said order…

Influence has been on my list of pilots I am most interested in if only because it's from Kyle Killen, whose last two projects were Lone Star and Awake. The story follows two brothers, one a brilliant scientist in the field of human behavior who is not taking medication for his bi-polar disorder and the other a smooth/fast talking ex-con who is brilliant in his ability to manipulate people, and they work together running a business that helps people solve their problems. It was previously reported that Steve Zahn would play the scientist brother and now comes word that Christian Slater will play the other…Jason Jones is the male lead opposite TTTP fave Andrea Anders in Divorce: A Love Story, about a badly matched couple who can't stay away from each other after they split up TTTP Fave Adam Goldberg plays Jones' best friend…Jenny Slate (SNL, House of Lies, Kroll Show) has joined the cast of the comedy Pulling just as Mandy Moore has left…Alan Thicke will play David Spade's Dad in the workplace comedy Bad Management

Minka Kelly has joined the untitled action/drama from J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman about LAPD officers paired with very humanistic androids…Tom Berenger will star in the drama Gang Related, playing the leader of the SFPD gang division, which has been infiltrated by a gang member who is now feeling torn in his loyalties……

The network is looking at Bad Judge, a comedy from Gary Sanchez Productions (Will Ferrell & Adam McKay) and Anne Heche. We told you about the concept weeks ago - a strong willed, very sexually active woman who is in some trouble with the law on occasion, which makes her life as a criminal court judge difficult - and the script is written by Chad Kultgen, whose The Incredible Burt Wonderstone opens in theaters on Friday. The big reason for NBC's interest in the project is that Kate Walsh (Private Practice) is thisclose to signing on to play the lead, a move that would likely trigger a pilot order… James Spader has been cast as the lead in the NBC drama pilot The Blacklist, playing one of the most wanted criminals in the world who turns himself in to the FBI with the understanding that he'll help catch everyone he worked with as long as he gets to work with one particular agent (Megan Boone; Blue Bloods, Law & Order: LA), someone he seemingly has no prior connection with. The pilot was written by Jon Bokenkamp (Taking Lives, Perfect Stranger) and counts John Eisendrath (Alias, My Own Worst Enemy) among its executive producers…Rand Ravich's (Life) drama pilot about a secret service agent who finds himself in the middle of a huge kidnapping crisis on his first day on the job may not have a title yet but it does have a lead; House of Payne star Lance Gross has come on board. Also in the cast are Dermot Mulroney and Max Martini…Michiel Huisman (Nashville, Treme) plays the hired killer who ends protecting a little girl with a very (supernaturally) powerful weapon in The Sixth Gun…Alfred Molina will star in the comedy Assistance

Rene Balcer (Law & Order) is the showrunner for The Ordained…Skeet Ulrich is the lead in Anatomy of Violence, written and executive produced by Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa, and Alex Cary, all of whom work together on Showtime's Homeland…Kathryn Morris (Cold Case) will star opposite Jason Isaacs in Surgeon General…Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time) has joined the ensemble cast of Intelligence along with Josh Holloway and Marg Helgenberger…Michael Rapaport is now on board Greg Garcia's untitled comedy starring Will Arnett, Margo Martindale, Beau Bridges, and JB Smoove…Kristin Davis (Sex and the City) has joined the cast of Bad Teacher…Kristoffer Polaha (Ringer, Life Unexpected) is in the cast of the police procedural Backstrom along with Dennis Haysbert…

The CW
Isaiah Washington (Grey's Anatomy) may be making a return to series TV this fall; he just signed to star in the sci-fi pilot The 100, playing the leader of what remains of the human race (all of whom live on a large space station) who decides to send 100 problem teens back to Earth to see if re-populating the planet is an option…Stella Maeve (Golden Boy) has landed one of the leads on the naval base drama Company Town

It's Time To Play The Music, It's Time To Light The Lights
The Muppet Show video of the week…

But You Were Up To Your Old Tricks In Chapters Four Five And Six
Ratings Notes From The Last Seven Days…

Community was up 25% despite having a new episode of The Big Bang Theory (which won the night in totals and demos) as competition...For the first time since it's aired on Thursdays Two and a Half Men beat American Idol in the demos in the half hour they went head-to-head...Glee was up a big 47% in the demos (aided somewhat by a two minute Idol overrun)...Person of Interest dropped to a season low despite not having a new Grey's opposite it...

Not a good start for Fashion Star; not only was it down 50% from last year's premiere but it was down 43% from what Dateline did in that same slot last week...Grimm was up 7% from last year's mid-season premiere but down 6% from its last new episode in November...Shark Tank was up 5% and once again won the night in the demos...Blue Bloods was the most watched show of the night...Nikita spiked 33% in the demos while Cult was down that same number in its first Friday night outing...Golden Boy was down 40% from the CSI: NY season finale that ran in the 9pm slot two weeks ago...Touch tied a series demo low...

Saturday Night Live rode Justin Timberlake to its highest rated episode in 14 months.

Family Guy won the night in the demos...Revenge was up double digits in totals and demos...Once Upon a Time matched last week's series low...Red Widow was down 20% from last week's already low premiere numbers...The Mentalist was the night's most watched show...The Bible was down 18% in week two but still posted an impressive 10.8 million viewers, topping all of the broadcast networks on Sunday from 8 – 10 in total viewers and the 25-54 demo…Vikings was down 26% in week two but was tops on all of TV among men 25-54…The Walking Dead was the single most watched show on all of TV for the night and also put up the best demos of the night (and the week)… The 2013 World Baseball Classic is a hit for MLB Network; Sunday's Team USA win over Team Canada was the most watched non-postseason game in the network's history, beating the previous high for a Yankees-Red Sox game last October by 26%. Overall the coverage of the WBC helped the network enjoy its most watched weekend ever…

The season finale of The Bachelor was up 10% from last year's wrap up and won its two hours in totals and demos, with the After the Rose special that followed winning the night in both measures…The Biggest Loser was down to season lows in totals and demos…The Following was the most watched non-Bachelor show of the night…Rules of Engagement hit a season low…

For the first time this season Smash was up (+13%) from the previous week...Hell's Kitchen matched last season's premiere in total viewers but was down 8% in the demos, although it did win the night in that measure...The finale of The Taste dropped to a new series low while Body of Proof tied a series low...Celebrity Wife Swap was up 20% in total viewers...Golden Boy was up in a big way from its Friday outing and was the most watched show of the night...

American Idol won the night in totals (up from last week) and demos (down a smidge from last week), although both measures were down dramatically from this week last year…The Neighbors, the only new show on ABC the entire night, dropped to a new series low…

All The Young Dudes, Carry The News
Industry News, Notes, and Hot Rumors…Three time Oscar winner Ang Lee has signed to direct the FX pilot Tyrant, from the creative team of Howard Gordon (Homeland, Awake), Gideon Raff (Homeland), and Craig Wright (Six Feet Under). The show, which Lee is also an executive producer on, follows an American family living abroad that finds itself caught up in the inner workings of a volatile Middle Eastern country…John Malkovich has been cast as Blackbeard in NBC's summer action/drama series Crossbones, written and executive produced by Luther creator Neil Cross. The period pirate series by-passed the pilot stage and got a 10 episode first season order late last year. This is Malkovich's first US series regular gig…Mark Hudis, who took over as showrunner on True Blood after Alan Ball left at the end of season five, has been replaced less than four episodes into production of season six. Brian Buckner, who has been with the HBO vampire drama since day one, is taking over. The official statement is that Hudis is leaving the show to focus on his development deal with HBO but in-season showrunner changes are extremely rare, especially for an established hit, so clearly something was not working. The new season of True Blood is expected to premiere this June…John Stamos has signed on for a season long guest stint on USA's Necessary Roughness this summer. He is also starring in the NBC pilot I am Victor, which is an early favorite to make the fall schedule, but since both networks are in the NBCUniversal family there should be no issues…Disney XD is launching two new Marvel Universe animated series this summer; Marvel's Avengers Assemble (Iron Man, Hulk, Falcon, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, and Hawkeye) premieres Sunday July 7th with a one hour preview on Sunday May 26th while Marvel's Hulk And The Agents S.M.A.S.H. (Hulk, She Hulk, A-Bomb, Red Hulk, and Skaar all living together in the same house) debuts on Sunday August 11th…IFC will premiere the half hour comedy series Maron on May 3rd at 10pm, a scripted series based on the life and podcast of comedian Marc Maron, who stars along with Judd Hirsch and Andy Kindler. Guest stars over the course of the 10 episode first season include Adam Scott, Ken Jeong, Mark Duplass, Gina Gershon, Eric Stolz, Denis Leary, Dave Foley, Illeana Douglas, Aubrey Plaza, Jeff Garlin, Danny Trejo, and Bobcat Goldthwaite…CBS announced their spring season finale dates today; 4/28 - The Good Wife; 5/5 - The Amazing Race & The Mentalist; 5/9 - Two and a Half Men & Person of Interest; 5/10 - Vegas & Blue Bloods; 5/12 - Survivor; 5/13 - How I Met Your Mother & 2 Broke Girls; 5/14 - NCIS, NCIS: LA, & Golden Boy; 5/15 - CSI; 5/16 - The Big Bang Theory & Elementary; 5/17 - Undercover Boss; 5/20 - Rules of Engagement, Mike and Molly, & Hawaii 5-0; 5/22 - Criminal Minds…NBC has ordered a 10 episode first season of Renovation Nation, a home makeover competition show hosted and executive produced by Nate Berkus…ABC Family released their summer season premieres...5/29 - Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy; 6/10 - Switched at Birth; 6/11 - Pretty Little Liars. The summer will also feature the series premiers of two new dramas (The Fosters - 6/3, Twister - 6/11) and two new reality series (Dancing Fools - 5/29, The Vineyard - 7/24)… The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been renewed through the 2016-2017 season…Josh Lucas and Lynn Collins are starring the A&E pilot Occult, where Lucas plays an FBI agent returning to active duty after a leave of absence because he went a little crazy while trying to find his missing wife. Collins is his new partner as they work in an occult crimes task force…Martin Mull has joined Peter Riegert as the title characters in Fox's Dads, a comedy about two successful business guys in their 30's whose lives are turned upside down when their Dads move in with them. The show is executive produced by the trio who wrote Ted, including Seth MacFarlane…Oxygen announced plans for Bad Girls All Star Battle, which will feature 14 of the show's most popular alums living together under one roof, with one walking away with $100K and the title of "Baddest Bad Girl of All Time", and to be hosted by Ray J. The network also picked up an 11th season of Bad Girls Club, which will return the show to Miami and premiere this summer…The Good Wife was sold into syndication with a deal that will make the first three seasons of the show available to Amazon Prime customers as of now. Those episodes will hit Hulu Plus in September and then Hallmark Channel will begin airing reruns in January of 2014. Deadline.com is reporting the combined licensing fee as almost $2 million per episode. Despite low ratings its fully expected CBS will renew the show for the 2013-2014 season…Comedy Central has ordered a 10 episode first season of Broad City, an adaptation of the digital series of the same name that will count Amy Poehler among its executive producers…

Turns Out Not Where But Who You're With That Really Matters
The Best of What's Around AKA The Best Thing I've Watched In The Last Seven Days…
Is Justin Timberlake the best all around entertainer in the business right now? Sure, that sounds like hyperbole (a word in high school I thought was pronounced hyper-bowl) but seriously, if I submit as my evidence the movie Social Media and last week's episode of Saturday Night Live (including the musical performances), who would you say was better? Will Smith doesn't make music anymore so while he's a better actor than Timberlake, he's not on the list. Hell, I'm not sure there's even a list at this point; I think it's JT and then everyone else as a distant second.

The SNL monologue gave us another look at the legendary Five Timers Club

And then we got two famed duos from SNL history making their return on It's a Date

And if all those laughs weren't enough, Timberlake's second musical performance of the night was one of the best I've ever seen on the show…

The show had some weak moments – Maine Justice was decent the first time around but not this version, and Caligula was like watching something in half baked rehearsal form – but overall this was easily the best episode of the season and put JT in that upper echelon of Best SNL Hosts of All Time, joining Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin, John Goodman, and Steve Martin.

People Say I'm Crazy Doing What I'm Doing. Well, They Give Me All Kinds Of Warnings To Save Me From Ruin
What's flashed before my eyes the last seven days…

This wasn't the best Stefan we've ever seen but the Donald Duck Vietnam nightmare was well worth the price of admission…Putting aside how he recovered awfully fast from a gunshot wound and the loss of a lot of blood, angry/vengeful Jack makes for a MUCH more interesting character than the one we've seen on the previous season and a half of Revenge. On the other hand, he still has a way to go on the smarts curve; Amanda hides the laptop and in a random, untraceable locker and he thinks it'll be fine sitting out on his bed?!?!?... A few Once Upon a Time thoughts from this week; a) who knew spinning straw could be so hot? B) Rose McGowan may be the most perfectly cast guest star on all of TV for the 2012-2013 season and c) the last time a phone conversation had that sort of emotional impact on me was when Desmond called Penny... The last time I enjoyed a new food show as much I did Travel's Feed the Beast would likely be Crave, and anyone who knows how much I loved Crave knows just how high praise that is. Beast is a fast moving half hour that looks at the best after-midnight food a city has to offer, and host Mikey Roe is as genuine a guy as you'll find on TV; he already ranks at-or-near the top of the "guy you'd want to have a beer/meal with" list…The first two weeks of Psych have been solid (episode two was VERY funny) but I'm not happy with the trend of the short version of the theme song AND no Psych-outs at the end…Thoughts while watching this week's episode of The Following - Does no one ever call for backup?!?!?. What's the World Record for shooting at cars/vans/helicopters that are driving away without managing to stop them?. Speaking of that van, I know it was big but there were the five guys Hardy shot, the three that made it back to the compound, plus Mike who was being held hostage - did the steal the car from Ringling Brothers?!?!. Has there been a more disturbing/uncomfortable scene this season than when Charlie offered himself up aka How Joe Carroll Got His Groove Back?...This week's House of Lies was far and away the best of the season for a host of reasons, including giving Don Cheadle his best material since the pilot; a wounded, questioning himself Marty is a more interesting one than the cocksure guy we see most of the time and Cheadle took the ball and ran with it. Also great was the scene at the sex top shop followed by the montage at the factory. Also in the mix was one of the better flirtations of the entire TV season involving Jeannie and Nate. We also got some good scenes with Marty's Dad and son (ahh, the circle of life)…I rave about Showtime's Inside Comedy every week but it really is the only show I watch where I think, "man, I wish this were longer." The Jim Carrey/Keenan Ivory Wayans episode this week was another prime example. They could have just talked about In Living Color for half an hour each and it would have been entertaining, let alone discussing other aspects of their long and storied careers…

TV Pick Of The Week
I was not of the mindset that the world was in dire need of a prequel to the Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho, so when I initially heard about Bates Motel I was more than a bit skeptical, a feeling that quickly dissipated when I learned the creative team behind the show was headed up by Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Kerry Ehrin (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights, Boston Legal), whose resumes guaranteed I would watch a show they did even if it were about paint drying. Or the Kardashians.

I am thrilled to tell you the show is really quite good, one with a real feel and texture to it. Yes, it does move a little slowly, especially the first two episodes (or the first one and most of the second, to be more accurate) but it does so to introduce you to the characters that will populate the series. One of my most repeated phrases in regards to TV pacing is that I'd rather watch interesting people do nothing (i.e. go about their regular, day-to-day activities) than watch people I have no interest in navigate all sorts of plot twists, and that somewhat applies here; it's not that nothing happens, but much like the movie that serves as the inspiration for this series, the set up takes its time. In fact, here are the first six minutes…

Don't miss the series premiere of Bates Motel, Monday at 10pm on A&E.

Hope You Need My Love, Babe, Just Like I Need You
Here as some other noteworthy viewing options from the next seven days…
*All the tweens in your house will be watching Disney Channel tonight for the premiere of The Wizards of Waverly Place reunion movie, The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex...

*Cinemax's surprisingly good Banshee brings its first season to a close tonight at 10pm. Don't worry - it's already been renewed!

*There is really no way I could do justice to the madness of March that begins this weekend with wall-to-wall division 1 NCAA college basketball championships, followed Sunday at 6pm on CBS by the official announcements of the brackets, followed at 7pm by two hour breakdowns on both ESPN and CBS Sports Network. After that you've got play-in games on TruTV on both Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by all day coverage of the real opening round on Thursday, with games on CBS, TruTV, TBS, and TNT.

*Girls (HBO) wraps up season two this Sunday at 10pm.

*ABC Family's first real original series breakout hit The Secret Life of the American Teenager begins its finale run this Monday at 8pm.

*Dancing with the Stars is back for another spin around the floor this Monday at 8pm.

*The Biggest Loser (NBC) crowns a new winner Monday at 8pm.

*The final hour of Deception - not just the season but odds are the series - airs Monday at 10 pm on NBC.

*Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) and The Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET) - two shows rarely mentioned in the same breath - bring their current seasons to a close this Tuesday night.

*If you were thinking your TV viewing habits needed some more celebrity diving, don't miss the series premiere of Splash this Tuesday at 8pm on ABC.

*This Tuesday's NCIS: LA introduces the audience to some new characters that CBS hopes to be giving their own hour this fall. Check out the backdoor pilot at 9pm.

*TTTP fave Dean Winters returns to Law & Order: SVU this Wednesday night...Why won't someone give this guy his own show?!?!

Two Tivos To Paradise
3 Days to Open with Bobby Flay, 24 Hour Restaurant Battle, After the Catch, American Idol, Antiques Roadshow, Archer, Arrow, Around the World in 80 Plates, Auction Hunters, Baby Daddy, The Big C, Boardwalk Empire, Being Human, Betty White's Off Their Rockers, Bones, Breaking Bad, Bunheads, Burn Notice, Cake Boss, Cake Boss: Next Great Baker, Chicago Fire, Chopped, Comic Book Men, Community, Cougar Town, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Deadliest Catch, Deception, Destination Truth, Fact or Faked, Falling Skies, Family Guy, Flipping Out, Food Network Challenge, Food Network Star, The Franchise, Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International, Ghost Lab, Glee, Great Food Truck Race, Grey's Anatomy, Happy Endings, Haunted Highways, Haunted Treasure, Hawaii 5-0, Hollywood Treasure, House of Lies, How I Met Your Mother, Inside Comedy with David Steinberg, Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis, Iron Chef America, The Jeselnik Offensive, Justified, Key & Peele, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Law And Order: Special Victims Unit, The League, Longmire, Lost Girl, Louie, Mad Men, Major Crimes, Men at Work, The Middle, Mike and Molly, The Mindy Project, Modern Family, Monster Man, Nashville, Necessary Roughness, New Girl, The New Normal, Next Iron Chef, The Office, Outside the Lines, Parks & Recreation, Project Accessory, Project Runway, PSYCH, Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook Off, Raising Hope, Real Time With Bill Maher, Restaurant Impossible, Revenge, Revolution, Royal Pains, Rules Of Engagement, Saturday Night Live, Shark Wranglers, So You Think You Can Dance?, Sons of Anarchy, The Soup, Suits, Suburgatory, Supernatural, Top Chef, Top Chef Just Desserts, Top Chef: Masters, Top Design, Tosh.0, The Vampire Diaries, The Voice, The Walking Dead, Warehouse 13, Worst Cooks In America,

People Love You When They Know You're Leaving Soon
Here ends another Two Tivos To Paradise.

We'll be back next week with all the headlines from the last seven days!

Sources for this week's column include Daily Variety, Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, and Hollywood Reporter (plus the web sites for those publications) as well as Aintit.cool.com, TVline.com & Deadline.com.


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