Summer Renew/Cancel Week 14: Big Brother Enters with No Worries, Expectedly

It's a new week, and there have been several premieres since our latest update just last week. Keep reading to see initial placements for Big Brother and Fridge Wars!

Wednesday Cable Ratings 8/5/20: NBA Leads, Primetime Cable News Shows Drop

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Wednesday, 8/5/20. Items of note include Corporate on Comedy Central, NBA on ESPN, and The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC.
(Click the names of the shows written in teal or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Wednesday TV Ratings 8/5/20: Big Brother Returns In Solid Fashion, United We Fall Steady, Coroner Premiere Grows from The 100 in Viewers


’Tacoma FD’ Renewed For Season 3 By TruTV

TruTV has decided that the series will remain on their roster for another year.

Hassie Harrison (right). Photo Credit: TruTV

The TruTV network has renewed comedy series 'Tacoma FD' for a third season. The firefighter sitcom originally debuted on March 28, 2019 and centers on the Tacoma Fire Department's first-responders. Since they inhabit one of America's rainiest cities, the members of the department have to tackle more trivial matters to keep themselves busy. Steve Lemme, Marcus Henderson, Kevin Heffernan, Gabriel Hogan, Hassie Harrison, and Eugene Cordero make up the main cast of the program. The first season consisted of ten episodes and ran from March to May in 2019. The second season, which is currently airing, began in March 2020 and will conclude in September. Currently, the season two ratings for 'Tacoma FD' remain on par with the first season. Season one averaged a 0.19 A18-49 rating while season two is maintaining a slightly lower 0.16 rating. Below are the full ratings for the second season.

What do you think of this news? Are you a fan of the series? Will you be tuning in for season three? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

Siren Canceled by Freeform After Three Seasons

One of the top-ratings shows on Freeform has officially been sunk. Freeform has axed mermaid drama Siren after three seasons today, despite a 0.11 average that puts it ahead but one of all of their other shows in season averages. Siren premiered on Freeform in March 2018 and ran for 36 episodes over its three seasons. This move comes after renewals of two lower-rated freshman series, Motherland: Fort Salem and Everything's Gonna Be Okay and the cancellation of Party of Five. Siren dropped over 25% from season two to season three and wrapped up its run for good on May 28. It starred Eline Powell as the titular siren, along with Alex Roe, Fola Evans-Akingbola and Rena Owen. You can see the full ratings for the third and final season below.

What do you think of this news? Will you miss Siren now that it is no more? Let us know in the comments!

Tuesday Cable Ratings 8/4/20: CNN, Fox News and MSNBC See Big Gains from Monday , NBA Leads, Greenleaf Down in Penultimate Episode

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Tuesday, 8/4/20. Items of note include Greenleaf on OWN, Celebrity Show-Off on TBS, and Erin Burnett OutFront on CNN.
(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Tuesday TV Ratings 8/4/20: John Lewis Special Draws Little Interest, AGT Down for Anniversary Special (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: Even if its dominance was much less pronounced, NBC once more topped Tuesday night with its duo of reality-competition programs. The 15th anniversary special of 'America's Got Talent' (0.8) was the night's highest-rated broadcast while 'World of Dance' (0.7) held up swimmingly at 10, remaining steady with last week even as its lead-in slipped by two-tenths. 

ABC had a particularly rotten night in comparison as repeats of 'Modern Family' (0.3/0.3), 'Black-ish' (0.3), and 'Mixed-ish' (0.3) were significantly below last week's pair of 20/20 specials (0.5/0.6). That negative momentum pushed 'What Would You Do?' (0.3) two-tenths below its last original and back down to its series low. 

CBS's John Lewis special (0.3) stirred little interest in the 10pm slot but still matched ABC's occupant. But repeats of 'NCIS' (0.5) and 'FBI' (0.4) before it topped the alphabet network's sitcom offerings. Fox went even lower with meager 'Hell's Kitchen' (0.3) and 'Prodigal Son' (0.2) encores. And the CW held even with 'Stargirl' (0.2) and 'Tell Me a Story' (0.1).

Finals Update: 'What Would You Do?' (0.4, +0.1) adjusted up. This puts it just a tenth below last week instead of two tenths. 
18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
8 PMAGT: 15th Anniversary Special0.8/56.16NBC

NCIS (R)0.5/34.91CBS

Hell's Kitchen (R)0.3/31.37Fox

Modern Family (R)0.3/32.10ABC

DC's Stargirl0.2/10.83The CW
8:30 PMModern Family (R)0.3/21.65ABC
9 PMFBI (R)0.4/24.06CBS

Blackish (R)0.3/21.40ABC

Prodigal Son (R)0.2/10.75Fox

Tell Me A Story0.1/10.39The CW
9:30 PMMixedish (R)0.3/21.39ABC
10 PMWorld of Dance0.7/53.80NBC

What Would You Do?0.4/32.13ABC

John Lewis: Celebrating a Hero0.3/23.93CBS

Monday Cable Ratings 8/3/20: 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Edges Out NBA, American Dad! Rebounds, Tucker Carlson Tops Cable News

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Monday, 8/3/20. Items of note include NBA on ESPN, American Dad! on TBS, and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way on TLC.
(Note: Click any show with its name in yellow or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Sunday Cable Ratings 8/2/20: I’ll Be Gone In the Dark Ties High for Finale, Perry Mason and P-Valley Hit New Highs, Tournament of Laughs Finale and Yellowstone Steady, Wynonna Earp Crashes

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Sunday, 8/2/20. Items of note include the finale of I'll Be Gone In the Dark on HBO, the finale of Tournament of Laughs on TBS, and The Alienist on TNT.
(Note: Click any show with its name in orange to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Saturday Cable Ratings 8/1/20: The Owl House Rises for Double Episode, NBA Continues to Dominate and Dwarfs Broadcast Competition

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Saturday, 8/1/20. Items of note include The Owl House on Disney Channel, NBA on ESPN, and Jojo Rabbit on HBO.
(Note: Click the name of any show with its title in red to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Monday TV Ratings 8/3/20: Bachelor Greatest Seasons and The Titan Games Hold Steady, Penn & Teller Fool Us Rises (UPDATED)

It was another low-rated summer night, with few originals to be found and few people watching broadcast TV.

The rare bright spot continued to be NBC's The Titan Games. Though far from a megahit, Dwayne Johnson's show remained head-and-shoulders above the other networks with a 0.7, steady with last week. After airing repeats of The Wall and Dateline from 9-11 for weeks, NBCsubbed in repeats of American Ninja Warrior. At 0.5, it performed about the same as those shows and helped NBC easily retain the #1 position for Monday nights.

ABC returned to "original" programming with their Bachelor clip show The Bachelor - The Greatest Seasons Ever! returning from a week off with little interest. At 0.3, the show helped ABC rank last for the night among the big four.

The CW also had one original program, with a Penn & Teller: Fool Us original rising from last week's special to a 0.2. It was preceded by 0.2s for Whose Line? Repeats.

Fox had 9-1-1-Verse repeats at 0.4/0.3, with the parent show rising from last week.

CBS had a steady repeat The Neighborhood, followed by a down Bobishola repeat and an even All Rise repeat. Their 10 PM repeat rose from last week.

Finals Update: All shows held their preliminary ratings.

Rebecca Presents The Daily, Monthly: July 2020 Edition: ESPN Sees Resurgence as MLB and NBA Return, CBS and Fox News Continue Viewership Dominance

Another month has gone by, meaning that it's time for another edition of "The Daily, Monthly." Here, I take a look at what show topped each night of the previous month, giving readers an idea of what shows and networks are thriving at that moment in time. Last month saw the big returns of both the NBA and MLB, as well as premieres of new shows United We Fall and Tough As Nails. Read on to see their impact on the ratings for the month of July.

Friday Cable Ratings 7/31/20: Upside-Down Magic Stronger than Kim Possible, NBA Dominates, Morning Joe Rises

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Friday, 7/31/20. Items of note include the movie premiere of Upside-Down Magic on Disney Channel, Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, and
(Note: Click the name of any show with its title in purple or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

MSNBC Shifts Daytime Lineup, Expanding Deadline: White House to Two Hours Among Other Moves

MSNBC's daytime lineup will see a shakeup starting August 19, the left-leaning cable news network announced today. The most prominent change among these is the expansion of Deadline: White House, hosted by former The View co-host Nicolle Wallace, to two hours. Deadline: WH will continue to start at 4 PM, but will now run until 6 PM. Wallace's show has been a strong ratings performer for MSNBC, frequently drawing ratings just south of 2 million viewers. Vacating the 5 PM slot is the Chuck Todd-hosted MTP Daily, which will now air at 1 PM. A new show hosted by Morning Joe First Look host Ayman Mohyeldin will also air in the 3 PM hour. These changes come amid an overhaul at MSNBC that included the exit of longtime anchor Chris Matthews and his later replacement by Joy Reid. The new afternoon lineup on MSNBC is as follows:

Sunday TV Ratings 8/2/20: NBA Gives ABC an Easy Win, Fridge Wars and Taskmaster Launch Low (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: Sunday night ratings livened up a bit as ABC brought back the NBA, broadcasting the 'Bucks v. Rockets' game (0.8). It easily surpassed what the game show lineup managed for their last originals and topped all other offerings. The alphabet network had a sturdy 'AFV' repeat (0.6) and an 'NBA Countdown' special (0.5) before the game.

CBS's '60 Minutes' (0.6) enjoyed a two-tenth rise after last week's middling outing but a repeat of 'Tough As Nails' that followed (0.3) shed half of that audience. Repeats of 'NCIS: Los Angeles' (0.3) and 'NCIS: New Orleans' (0.3) were able to match 'Nails'. NBC had a steady 'Cannonball' (0.3) and repeats of 'Titan Games' and 'AGT' (0.3/0.3).

Fox had the exact same ratings as last week for their sitcom repeats. As usual, 'Duncanville' (0.1) stuck out like a sore thumb while 'Simpsons', 'Bob's', and 'Family Guy' (0.3/0.3/0.3) posted halfway decent results. 'Bless The Harts' (0.2) and 'Last Man Standing' (0.2) were below the longtime veterans. And the CW housed the series premieres of 'Fridge Wars' (0.1) and 'Taskmaster' (0.1) but couldn't get ratings any stronger than what repeats would usually do.

Finals Update: NBA: Bucks v. Rockets (+0.1) and Cannonball (+0.1) adjusted up. NBA Countdown (-0.1) and the repeat of America's Funniest Home Videos (-0.1) adjusted down.

Saturday TV Ratings 8/1/20: NHL Return Draws Decent Interest, MLB Stays on Top (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: There wasn't any renewed interest for Saturday night programming on the first day of August but at least the numbers weren't any further below the dismal ones that populate the other six days of the week. Fox's 'MLB' game (0.5) took the lead but was down two-tenths from last week's broadcast of the Yankees v. National game (0.7). NBC countered Fox's baseball with hockey (0.4) but was only a tenth above what the network managed last week with repeats of 'Dateline' and 'SNL'. ABC had a nice little rebound as 'AFV' and 'Shark Tank' repeats (0.3/0.3) comfortably outperformed the 0.1 that 'NBA Countdown' garnered last week. And the 10pm 'Good Doctor' encore (0.2) was up a tenth from a week ago. CBS was on par with the alphabet network, offering up encore presentations of 'NCIS: Los Angeles' (0.2) and '48 Hours' (0.3/0.3).

Finals Update: All shows held their preliminary ratings.

The Bullpen Season 3 Episode 5: We’re Number One!

ROBERT, MANNY, FELIX, DEVIN, and ACE are all sitting on the bullpen bench, which is set to 64 degrees Fahrenheit and lit up yellow. The message setting is on medium.

This really is an amazing bench.

Right? Just remember, we have to shut the color off by the time the game starts.

HARRY, standing off to the side, interjects.

The game already started.

That’s impossible, it doesn’t start until seven.

Yeah, thirty minutes ago.

Crap. Anyone remember how to shut off the color setting?

Shouldn’t you know? You’ve been here the longest.

I’m not usually the one to do that.

I think you just flick this switch. It says color on it in all caps.

Yep, sounds like that would be it.

Also, there’s something written in permanent marker. Says ‘Lonzo was here.’

I’m willing to bet that says Lorenzo, and I wasn’t even here when he was a pitcher.

He was hardly ever a pitcher.

Whatever, he was still on the payroll. Look closer, Ace.

I still see Lonzo.

ROBERT walks over.

Oh yeah, it does look like Lonzo. Either he was too lazy or he forgot how to spell his name. Both options are equally plausible.

So, what do you all think about the big news?

Everyone looks at DEVIN with a blank stare.

Don’t even tell me they hired another bullpen pitcher. Nonstop cooking for six people can get tedious enough.

There are only four so-called pitchers plus Manny.

I eat too.

I’ve never seen you do that.

I try not to make a big deal over it. I eat a variety of things, such as—

Guys, Ace was saying something.

No I wasn’t.

Wasn’t someone saying something?

I teased having big news, guess no one remembers.

I know I don’t. I really want to know what Harry’s been eating.

Never mind that, just let Devin talk.

Thank you. I was trying to ask if you saw the news about our new ranking.

Uh oh.

Did we win something?

If I brought my wallet then my money would be on some food-related category. But since I don’t have my wallet, I’ll bet my shoes on it.

Your shoes?

Not like I’ll be needing them.

True. I’ll bet my dignity. It’s not a whole lot.

Focus! I’m trying to tell you all we just got voted most popular bullpen in the country!

Most popular bullpen? How did that happen?

Nobody knows.

That’s great news! Did we win anything?

Bragging rights.

Don’t you think people will get annoyed if we brag about it?

Yeah. Hasn’t stopped me before and it won’t stop me this time either.

By the way, how did the Charleston Capitols’ bullpen do?

Let’s just say not good, to put it lightly.

Say it in the harshest terms you can, they’re not here to hear it.

They were one gigantic flop on the list.


You asked.

Guys quiet down, you know that guy who does the voice stuff to the fans?

The stadium announcer?

Sure. He’s about to make an announcement.

How would you know?

Because I know.

That doesn’t answer the question at all but I guess I shouldn’t ask questions I don’t want the answer to.

Definitely. It didn’t take you all that much time to learn that one.

A few weeks is longer than it should have.

Guys! Quiet.

Everyone in the bullpen stops talking. The STADIUM ANNOUNCER begins to talk.

This is usually the time when we wish our young fans a happy birthday, but since we don’t have any young fans in the crowd, the Indianapolis Primitives wish Harry...uh...Harry a happy birthday! Thanks for all your hard work, Harry!

Hear that? He thanked me!

Happy birthday Harry! I didn’t know it was your birthday!

Oh I don’t like to make a big deal over it.

Sounds like you do.

You should’ve made a birthday cake!

No way! I had Lorenzo make one.

You do know he’s going to eat all of it, right?

Nah, it’s not cotton candy flavored. Or at least, it shouldn’t be.

When’s he bringing it?

He’s not. I’m going over to Lorenzo’s Kitchen to eat it. You all want to come?

Everyone looks around. ROBERT speaks for all of them.

Sure. Don’t see why not.

Great! Happy birthday to me!

By the way, I don’t mean to be a downer, but how much longer do you think we’re gonna play?

You don’t play at all. But you are talented!

What’s that even supposed to mean? I should’ve worded that differently. I meant the league in general. A lot of people on some teams are getting the—

We don’t talk about it in this bullpen. Just take precautions, and we’ll get through this. Hopefully.

But how much longer do you think the season will last?

As I said, just take precautions. The bench will always be here for us. Now who’s up for some birthday cake?

Everyone gets up to leave.

Bye Harry! Happy birthday!

Did you guys hear that?!

Yeah, and I think our pitcher did too. Look behind you.

They all turn around to the screen behind the outfield to watch a replay of the pitcher being startled and dropping the ball mid-pitch, advancing the runners and allowing a run to score.

Alright now I’m definitely out of here.

Read about Harry’s birthday celebration on Season 2, Episode 5 of Bar Exam by clicking here!

Friday TV Ratings 7/31/20: WWE Smackdown Leads with Shark Tank Close Behind, Greatest #AtHome Videos Steady (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: ABC made a major rebound on the last Friday of July with their usual 'Shark Tank' (0.5) and '20/20' (0.4) repeat lineup. Although the '20/20' encore was flat with last week, 'Shark Tank' was up a staggering two-tenths from the dreadful 0.3 it managed a week prior. Tank' performed well enough to match Fox's typically dominant 'WWE Smackdown' (0.5).

Over on CBS, 'The Greatest #AtHome Videos' (0.4) held even with last week and led into repeats of 'Magnum PI' (0.3) and 'Blue Bloods' (0.3). Those were roughly on par with NBC's 'The Wall' (0.3) and 'Dateline' (0.5) encores. And the CW had 0.1s across the board with repeats of 'Masters of Illusion' and 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'.

Finals Update: Repeats of Shark Tank (-0.1) and Dateline NBC (-0.1) adjusted down.

Prime Time Cable News Ratings July 27-July 30: FOX News Dominates While Cuomo Prime Time Leads CNN

Below is a table for the prime time cable news ratings for FOX News, CNN, and MSNBC from Monday, July 27 through Thursday, July 30. The key demographic for advertisers is A25-54.

Thursday Cable Ratings 7/30/20: NBA Returns Stronger Than MLB, The ReidOut Hits Another New High, Tacoma FD Rises

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Thursday, 7/30/20. Items of note include NBA on. TNT, Lost Resort on TBS, and Tacoma FD on TruTV.
(Note: Click the names of the shows written in purple or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Thursday TV Ratings 7/30/20: Holey Moley Returns Steady while Don’t Drops and To Tell The Truth Rises (UPDATED)

Back from a week off the air, renewal prospects for ABC's Don't (0.4) are becoming increasingly bleak. The Adam Scott game show fell a tenth from its last episode, falling behind both lead-in 'Holey Moley' (0.5) and lead-out 'To Tell the Truth' (0.5). Now at less than half of the preliminary 0.9 it posted on premiere night, it's becoming clear that the program has essentially flamed out. 'Truth' was actually up a tenth and built from its lead-in for the first time this season while 'Moley' was flat.

But ABC ended up losing to a 'Young Sheldon' repeat (0.6) over on CBS despite the alphabet network having an all-original lineup. The other encores on CBS all managed a 0.4 rating. Fox's 'MLB Baseball' (0.4) only performed slightly better than drama repeats but did outdo NBC's 'Ellen' and 'SVU' encores (0.4/0.3/0.3). And the CW had another round of 0.1s with 'Killer Camp' and 'Penn and Teller'.

Finals Update: All shows held their preliminary ratings.

Summer Renew/Cancel Week 13: Tough As Nails Is In For A Tough Fight

This week on the ABC Renew/Cancel, I take a closer look at CBS's new show Tough As Nails. Keep reading to see if it's on the move.

Wednesday Cable Ratings 7/29/20: At Home With Amy Sedaris Higher for Finale, The ReidOut Jumps to Series High with Mary Trump Interview, Tucker Again Leads Cable News

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Wednesday, 7/29/20. Items of note include the season finale of At Home with Amy Sedaris on TruTV, Corporate on Comedy Central, and The ReidOut on MSNBC.
(Click the names of the shows written in teal or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Wednesday TV Ratings 7/29/20: Ultimate Tag Ends Higher, Tough As Nails Ties United We Fall in First, Agents of SHIELD Steady (UPDATED)

Note: Original broadcasts are highlighted in BLUE.

Preliminary Analysis: After a promising 1.3 debut after 'The Masked Singer' in late May, Fox's 'Ultimate Tag' (0.3) ended its ten-episode run in truly ghastly fashion. The competition series matched the ugly low-point it had posted the past two weeks and fell behind its 'MasterChef' repeat lead-in (0.4) once again. Although its steady stream of ratings in the 0.5-0.6 range was quite solid, this sour final impression definitely jeopardizes the program's chances of returning for a second season.

In more encouraging news, ABC's 'United We Fall' (0.5) held even in week three and tied for the night's top broadcast. Although chances of renewal are slim, 'Fall' seems to be doing quite well for the time being. But there was uglier news later in the night as 'Agents of SHIELD' (0.2) lost a tenth and fell back down to its rotten series low at 10pm. 'SHIELD' will air its two-hour series finale in two weeks on August 12th. Sandwiched in-between the two originals were repeats of 'The Goldbergs' (0.4), 'The Conners' (0.3), and 'American Housewife' (0.3).

CBS's 'Tough as Nails' (0.5) got a precious tenth back after two weeks of posting 0.4s. It led into encores of a 'Price Is Right' special (0.4) and 'SEAL Team' (0.3). NBC had 0.4s across the board for its 'One Chicago' repeat trio. And the CW's 'Bulletproof' (0.1) gained a tenth after last week's dreadful 0.0. It led out of a repeat of 'The 100' (0.1).

(R) = repeat
(F) = finale

Finals Update: The season finale of Fox's 'Ultimate Tag' (+0.1) and 'Agents of SHIELD' (+0.1) adjusted up. This puts 'Ultimate Tag a tenth above its last episode and 'SHIELD' steady with its previous outing.

What In The World! Season 2 Episode 2: Beer, A Bottle Of Syrup, And A New Friend

The sun rises and shines through the window of Daniel’s house. Everyone is peacefully asleep. Daniel and Bailey lie in bed together. Bailey is asleep. Daniel is watching her. Bailey opens her eyes and sees Daniel staring at her.

Tuesday Cable Ratings 7/28/20: Tucker Carlson Tonight Leads, Greenleaf Soars to New Season High, Celebrity Show-Off and The ReidOut Stay Low

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Tuesday, 7/28/20. Items of note include Greenleaf on OWN, Celebrity Show-Off on TBS, and Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News.
(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Tuesday TV Ratings 7/28/20: Regis Philbin and Coronavirus 20/20 Specials Boost What Would You Do? to Season High, America’s Got Talent Returns Down (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: After weeks of meager Tuesday ratings, ABC swapped out comedy repeats for 20/20 specials and got a sizable boost in the process. First came the 8pm broadcast honoring the life and legacy of acclaimed talk show host Regis Philbin (0.5) and then the slightly more robust one covering the Covid-19 pandemic (0.6). Awarded with a stronger and more compatible lead-in, 'What Would You Do?' (0.5) rose two-tenths to a stellar new season high at 10pm.

But even with the alphabet network's renewed prosperity, NBC's unstoppable duo of 'America's Got Talent' (1.0) and 'World of Dance' (0.7) still took the lead for the evening. 'AGT' shed a tenth from its last original while 'Dance' actually gained two-tenths after last week's rotten season low.

The CW was even with 'Stargirl' (0.2) but remained low with the series premiere of 'Tell Me a Story' (0.1). CBS and Fox were entirely in repeat mode but CBS's dramas (0.5/0.4/0.3) remained a notch above Fox's 'Hell's Kitchen' (0.3) and 'Prodigal Son' (0.2).

Finals Update: The repeat of NCIS (-0.1) adjusted down.

Bar Exam Season 2 Episodes 2, 3, and 4: A Compilation

Bar Exam is posted on Saturdays on the TVRGO website: Here are the three most recent scripts. Let us know what you think by leaving a reaction or comment!

Monday Cable Ratings 7/27/20: American Dad! Sinks to New Low, I May Destroy YouSteady, ReidOut Stays Near Low as Tucker Leads Cable News

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Monday, 7/27/20. Items of note include American Dad! on TBS, I May Destroy You on HBO, and The ReidOut on MSNBC.
(Note: Click any show with its name in yellow or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Full List of 2020 Emmy Nominations

The nominations for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards have been released. 

Source: Wikimedia 

Although the 72nd Emmy awards will not be held in-person this year, that doesn't mean that the hard-working people behind and in-front of the camera won't get the recognition they deserve. Below is a full list of the shows, movies, actors, and actresses that have received a nomination. The ceremony will be held virtually on September 20th, 2020 and is set to be hosted by ABC's Jimmy Kimmel.

Best Drama and Comedy Series

Best Drama Series
Best Comedy Series
Better Call Saul (AMC)
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)
The Crown (Netflix)
Dead to Me (Netflix)
The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
The Good Place (NBC)
Killing Eve (BBC/AMC)
Insecure (HBO)
The Mandalorian (Disney Plus)
The Kominsky Method (Netflix)
Ozark (Netflix)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)
Stranger Things (Netflix)
Schitt’s Creek (Pop TV)
Succession (HBO)
What We Do in the Shadows (FX)

Best Limited Series & Reality Competition

Limited Series
Reality Competition
Little Fires Everywhere (Hulu)
The Masked Singer (Fox)
Mrs. America (Hulu)
Nailed it (Netflix)
Unbelievable (Netflix)
RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)
Unorthodox (Netflix)
Top Chef (Bravo)
Watchmen (HBO)
The Voice (NBC)

Best Variety Sketch & Variety Talk Series

Variety Sketch
Variety Talk
A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO)
Daily Show with Trever Noah (Comedy Central)
Drunk History (Comedy Central)
Full Frontal w/Samantha Bee (TBS)
Saturday Night Live (NBC)
Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC)

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)

Leading Roles: Drama

Lead Actor in a Drama
Lead Actress in a Drama
Jason Bateman (Ozark)
Jennifer Aniston (The Morning Show)
Sterling K. Brown (This is Us)
Olivia Colman (The Crown)
Steve Carell (The Morning Show)
Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)
Brian Cox (Succession) 
Laura Linney (Ozark)
Billy Porter (Pose)
Sandra Oh (Killing Eve)
Jeremy Strong (Succession)
Zendaya (Euphoria) 

Leading Roles: Comedy

Lead Actor in a Comedy
Lead Actress in a Comedy
Anthony Anderson (Black-ish)
Christina Applegate (Dead to Me)
Don Cheadle (Black Monday)
Rachel Brosnahan (Mrs. Maisel) 
Ted Danson (The Good Place)
Linda Cardellini (Dead to Me)
Michael Douglas (Kominsky Method)
Catherine O’Hara (Schitt’s Creek)
Ramy Youssef (Ramy)
Issa Rae (Insecure) 
Eugene Levy (Schitt’s Creek)
Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish)

Leading Roles: Limited Series/Movie

Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Jeremy Irons (Watchman)
Cate Blanchett (Mrs. America)
Hugh Jackman (Bad Education)
Shira Haas (Unorthodox)
Paul Mescal (Normal People)
Regina King (Watchmen)
Jeremy Pope (Hollywood)
Octavia Spencer (Self Made)
Mark Ruffalo (I Know This Much is True)
Kerry Washington (Little Fires Everywhere)

Supporting Roles: Drama

Supporting Actor in a Drama
Supporting Actress in a Drama
Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul)
Laura Dern (Big Little Lies)
Bradley Whitford (Handmaid’s Tale)
Meryl Streep (Big Little Lies)
Billy Crudup (The Morning Show)
Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown)
Mark Duplass (The Morning Show)
Samira Wiley (Handmaid’s Tale)
Nicholas Braun (Succession) 
Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve) 
Kieran Culkin (Succession)
Julia Garner (Ozark)
Matthew Macfadyen (Succession)
Sarah Snook (Succession) 
Jeffrey Wright (Westworld)
Thandie Newton (Westworld)

Supporting Roles: Comedy

Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Andre Braugher (Brooklyn 99)
Betty Gilpin (GLOW)
William Jackson Harper (Good Place)
D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place)
Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Method)
Yvonne Orji (Insecure)
Sterling K. Brown (Mrs. Maisel) 
Alex Borstein (Mrs. Maisel) 
Tony Shalhoub (Mrs. Maisel)
Marin Hinkle (Mrs. Maisel)
Mahershala Ali (Ramy)
Kate McKinnon (SNL)
Kenan Thompson (SNL)
Cecily Strong (SNL)
Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek)
Annie Murphy (Schitt’s Creek)

Supporting Roles: Limited Series or Movie

Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Dylan McDermott (Hollywood)
Holland Taylor (Hollywood)
Jim Parsons (Hollywood)
Uzo Aduba (Mrs. America)
Tituss Burgess (Kimmy v The Reverend) 
Margo Martindale (Mrs. America)
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen)
Tracey Ullman (Mrs. America)
Jovan Adepo (Watchmen)
Toni Collette (Unbelievable) 
Louis Gossett Jr. (Watchmen)
Jean Smart (Watchmen)

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