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Jamie Tarses, Groundbreaking TV Executive and Producer Of ‘Friends’, Died At The Age Of 56

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Jamie Tarses, the very first woman to lead a channel media business and break the social barriers for female TV executives, died this morning from problems related to a heart attack she experienced in early September. She was 56 years old at the time.

Jamie Tarses, a legendary television executive, was responsible for the creation of such classic series as NBC’s Friends and Frasier, and by the age of 32, she had risen to the top of the network television executive chain, becoming chairman of ABC Entertainment. Tarses, who was bright and incredibly famous, surpassed the media industry to become a unique celebrity who was both respected and criticized. Her time at ABC was marred by the immense strain of the position and the constant scrutiny of the media. Jamie Tarses went on to have a successful second career as a television producer, with credits including ABC’s Happy Endings, TBS’ My Boys, TNT’s Franklin & Bash, and Amazon Prime Video’s The Wilds.

Jamie Tarses never recovered consciousness after the incident, so she missed The Wilds’ breakthrough December premiere and Season 2 renewal, as well as The Mysterious Benedict Society’s strong pre-launch excitement, which was bolstered by Disney’s recent decision to shift the show from Hulu to Disney+.

 

Jamie Tarses’s Early Life

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Sara James Tarses was born in Pittsburgh in 1964 and raised in Los Angeles. Jamie and her brother, TV writer Matt Tarses, also pursued a career in television, following in the path of their father, television screenwriter Jay Tarses.

Jamie Tarses earned a position as an assistant on NBC’s Saturday Night Live after completing at Williams University with a major in theater in 1985. She started out working for Lorimar Productions as a recruiting director.

Jamie Tarses’ spectacular climb began in September 1987, when NBC President of Entertainment Brandon Tartikoff appointed her as an officer, of creative affairs at NBC Productions. She joined the station three months later, in December 1987, as head of current comedy programs, handling shows including Cheers and A Different World. Jamie Tarses moved to production as a supervisor of comedy development in July 1988 and was promoted to head of comedy development within seven months. She was a part of the creation of successful shows like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Wings, and Blossom.

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Series and No. 2 to Warren Littlefield, NBC’s entertainment president, and Tarses’ mentor. She was a key figure in the production of such iconic NBC sitcoms as Friends, Frasier, NewsRadio, and Mad About You, for which she deserves huge credit.

“Jamie’s development skills were extraordinary,” Littlefield said. “In her NBC days, surrounded by superstar executives, she stood out. She could make writers feel safe and get the most out of them. She fought for them. Understanding writers’ wants and needs probably began by growing up in a household with her dad who wrote and produced comedies. She perfected that understanding as she became a development exec. When she left NBC we knew she would be missed but opportunity knocked at ABC.”

Jamie Tarses attracted the eyes of then-Disney CEO Michael Eisner, who contacted her about becoming head of ABC Entertainment while she was still under employment at NBC in February 1996.

The action sparked business outrage and a media frenzy. Tarses was chosen head of ABC Entertainment in June 1996, after weeks of discussion. She was the very first woman and one of the youngest execs at a major network when she was designated entertainment director at the age of 32.

 

Jamie Tarses And Media Attention

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Jamie Tarses’ celebrity status was strengthened by his high-profile job. It also drew even more media attention to her, with the official press scrutinizing her every move and tabloids chronicling her personal connections.

Tarses created and launched blockbuster comedy series with Chuck Lorre’s Dharma & Greg and Ryan Reynolds’ Two Guys and a Girl, a smash drama with David E. Kelley’s The Practice, and a critical darling with Aaron Sorkin’s Sports Night in that high-pressure atmosphere. (She was also in charge of Spin City’s inception and growth.)

“I was lucky to know Jamie. I was lucky to laugh with her,” Reynolds, whose first big role was in Two Guys and a Girl, stated. “She put me on a path I’m still on today. What an incredible life she lived.”

Jamie Tarses had a difficult time negotiating the corporate dynamics necessary for the senior role as ABC’s ratings sank during her first year on the job with a slate she had received, but she persisted as the network’s fortunes improved. After a Disney corporate restructures in 1999, she quit.

Jamie Tarses’ illustrious executive career came to a tumultuous end, launching her second career as a successful television producer. She has produced a flurry of pilots and more than a dozen shows on her own, through her entertainment business FanFare, or in collaboration with high-profile producing partners during the last twenty years.

She went on to be the head of James Burrows’ Three Sisters Productions after departing ABC. She then teamed up with Karey Burke, who is now the chairman of 20th TV, Gavin Polone, and, most recently, Scott Stuber, who is now the President of Netflix Films. Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, and ABC Signature all offered her overall contracts.

“Jamie was a trailblazer in the truest sense of the word,” said Burke, now President of 20th Television. “She shattered stereotypes and ideas about what a female executive could achieve, and paved the way for others, at a cost to herself. She was a mentor and friend, and many of us owe so much to her. As an executive and producer, she was a champion for storytellers, having been raised by one of the all-time greats. Her talent and contribution to our community will be solely missed.”

The Rise of Jamie Tarses

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Happy Endings, The Mayor, and Mr. Sunshine for ABC; Mad Love, written by her brother Matt, and Made in Jersey for CBS; Marry Me for NBC; My Boys and Men at Work for TBS; and Hawthorne and Franklin & Bash for TNT are among the shows Tarses executive produced.

Tarses and Stuber only worked together formally for a short time until he accepted the Netflix position, producing ABC’s The Mayor together, but their close connections span years.

“Jamie had a great sense of humor and the most infectious laugh that always brightened the room,” Stuber said. “Her passion and determination to strive for greatness was something I always admired, and I learned so much from knowing and working with her for over 20 years. She will be greatly missed.”

Jamie Tarses produced Champaign, ILL at YouTube, her third partnership with creator David Caspe following Happy Endings and Marry Me, after a decade and a half of producing for traditional networks. Caspe’s debut series as a producer, Happy Endings, starred Casey Wilson, who later became his wife and also appeared in Marry Me.

“Jamie Tarses is a legend,” Caspe said. “To say she changed my life is a ridiculous understatement. She sold my first show which introduced me to my wife. And then sold a show about me proposing to her. Which we shot while my wife was pregnant with my first child. But my life was only one of the literal thousands that she changed and touched forever. She is a trailblazer, an icon, a champion of writers, new voices, stylish, generous, and kind. So, so kind. But as good as she was at anything, she was an even better friend, mother, and person. I am heartbroken for her family and her enormous family of friends. I love you forever, Boss. Here’s to you.”

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With Amazon Prime Video’s The Wilds and Disney+’s upcoming The Mysterious Benedict Society, Tarses has just remade herself as a producer of YA streaming shows. On The Wilds, she was a hands-on executive producer who spent time on set in New Zealand. When Jennifer Salke took over as CEO of Amazon Studios, one of the first projects she approved was The Wilds, which was part of a push into the YA genre.

“Jamie was a titan in the media industry, pioneering female leadership for so many of us,” said Salke. “I knew we were in for a treat if Jamie wanted to share a creative passion. She was never the producer to sit by the side but, rather, felt completely connected to the writer and the creative in every way. It was an honor for us at Amazon Studios to partner with her on The Wilds and her passion and brilliance were felt throughout the series. We will all miss her dearly and our hearts go out to her friends and family.”

 

Jamie Tarses and Unparalleled Taste Among Executive Ranks

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Jamie Tarses blew a hole in the typically male-dominated top TV executive positions, allowing women to enter. Others succeeded her, including current top TV executives Burke, Salke, and Dana Walden, all of whom worked as Head of Programming at one of the Big 4 broadcast networks, a position Tarses formerly held at ABC.

“Jamie’s creative genius sparked culture-defining shows that have spanned decades. She gave an early voice to some of the industry’s most prolific storytellers, and boldly led ABC at a time when the industry saw very few women in leadership roles,” said Walden who now oversees ABC as Chairman of Entertainment, Walt Disney Television, as well Disney TV Studios, which is behind Tarses’ last series, The Wilds and The Mysterious Benedict Society. “She will be remembered as a mentor and role model for many, myself included, and an inspiration to the entire creative community for generations to come.”

Jamie Tarses lately reunited with Betsy Thomas, the creator of My Boys and a dear friend, for Beth & Sam, a half-hour single-camera sitcom executive produced by Jim Parsons and in development at HBO Max.

“Jamie had such a true love for movies, television, theater, books, and ideas that both transcended her work and absolutely inspired it,” said Thomas. “She was the ultimate fan.”

Jamie Tarses was under an overall agreement with her longstanding studio home Sony Pictures TV at the time of her demise, which was responsible for most of her television network shows, including Happy Endings, My Boys, and Franklin & Bash. She was also working on several projects, including Why You Will Marry The Wrong Person, an ABC dramedy written by Matt Tarses and executive directed by Freddie Highmore.

“We were always excited when Jamie called to talk about a project because we knew coming from her it was going to be special – and it was always a long call because we would spend at least half of it talking about life, family, and the state of the business,” the studio said in a statement. “Her unparalleled taste led to the hundreds of episodes of television we made together and we couldn’t be more proud of our joint history, both personally and professionally.”

Jamie Tarses worked as a consultant on Sorkin’s NBC television drama Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, years after conceiving and approving his first Television show, Sports Night. It starred Amanda Peet as Jordan McDeere, the leader of the fictitious network NBS, a figure largely modeled on Tarses.

Jamie Tarses Personal Life

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Tarses said in a brief interview with the Los Angeles Times 14 years ago that the drama properly reflected the world of network TV executive ranks during her 11-year employment, when there were “mainly men and only one woman” in “certain areas.”

Jamie Tarses maintained a “genuine fan of the medium” whether she would be breaking history as the only female executive on the table or creating a series.

“I love television, I really do,” she said.

Tarses is lived with her husband, Paddy Aubrey; their kids, Wyatt and Sloane; her parents, Jay and Rachel Tarses; and her siblings, Matt and Mallory Tarses, as well as three nieces and a nephew.

“For all her talent and success in entertainment, the thing Jamie was proudest of and most consumed by were her two kids,” said Matt Tarses, with whom Jamie frequently collaborated. “She was never happier than when she was with Wyatt and Sloane.”

Jamie Tarses was committed to several charity groups, notably Step Up, Young Storytellers, and Save the Children, in addition to her profession and personal life. She also volunteered at Cedars Sinai Medical Center for many decades.

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Of the many inspirational words spoken by figures in the OP world. Here are my 3 favorite words 😀

Eiichiro Oda is the author of the manga and anime series “One Piece.”

Since it debuted in 1999, the anime has become very well-known. Everyone enjoys the story, regardless of age.

One of the main characters in “One Piece” aspires to be the Pirate King. He encounters other people on his quest, whom he joins in his quest to find the riches. The show’s honorable characters have spoken some amazing things about the enemy, justice, war, greed, society, marines, and other topics. So why not read the lines from “One Piece” about friendship, life, justice, war, and more that are provided below?

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1. Marshall D Teach (Main Antagonist)
“A MAN’S DREAM WILL NEVER DIE!!!”

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2. Physicist, Gallen (Don’t know if this person really lives in the real world. What is certain is that this quote is in the comic One Piece”
“Everything that Humans Can Imagine, Is A Possibility in Reality”

3. Edward Newgate (Whitebeard)
“Weak? Say What U Will… But Give Me A Break Brat. I am Only One Man with One Heart. Call Me A Demon. Call Me A Monster. But I Cant be The Strongest Forever”

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And here is a list of Other Great Quotes in One Piece Comics

“Trust me, Luffy…” Soge King to Nico Robin

“Oi Oars!! If you really have Luffy’s shadow on your body, don’t you underestimate it… The strength of your own members” Part of the Straw Hats group at Trhiller Bark

Luffy! I won’t lose anymore! Until the day when it comes… when I can beat him! I won’t lose! Do you still want to protest the future pirate king!!!” Zoro, after being defeated by Mihawk

“You are still young, too soon for you to die, know yourself, know the world then you will be the strongest. As the strongest I will wait for you even if it takes years!!!” Dracule Mihawk to Zoro

“When does a human die? When their heart is hit by a gun bullet? No..
When they suffer from an incurable disease? No..
When they eat poisonous mushrooms? ..nor is it!!
But, when they have been forgotten by others..” Doctor Hiluluk

“A Man Forgive Women’s Lies” Sanji to Chopper

“There comes a time.. where a man.. can’t run away from battle.. that is, when someone else laughs at the dreams of his friends. luffy won’t die!!! Because one day.. he will become the king of the pirates!! ” Usopp during Baraque Works laughs at Luffy

“There is no evil in one’s existence” Franky told Robin

“I Don’t Want to conquer anything, I just think the Guy with The Most freedom in This Whole Ocean is The Pirate king” Monkey D Luffy

“Win and lose, run and cry… That’s the way to be a real man” Shanks

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“The island of the marksman is in your heart…” Soge King

“..It’s useless to have ambition if I can’t protect my captain. Because Luffy is the future king of pirates….” Roronoa Zoro in Thriller Bark

“There are times when a man has no choice but to act” Brook at Sabaody Archipelago confronts the PX-4 attack

” Because We’re Friends! And I Don’t Need Another Reason” Mr 2 Bon Clay

“It’s useless to be a man if you will finally depend on strength” Portgas D Ace

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“I can’t use a sword, navigation, cooking and lying. That’s why I need help from other people” Monkey D Luffy

“No one in this world is truly born alone” Haguar D Sauro

“Whatever the reason, I will not forgive people who hurt my best friend” Shanks

“Because I have a wish that can make me throw away everything in order to achieve it.” Nico Robin

“Miracles only happen to those who never give up” Emporio Ivankov

“The path of a man must pass through blood and tears, because it is suffering that will forge life!!” Roronoa Zoro

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“Too belief in one’s own strength is detrimental. The only ones who can survive on the battlefield are “strong people” and “cowards”, a “hero” is a reputation that is determined when he dies.” Bluejam

“If it hurts you so much to cry, you need to get stronger‼” Smoker

” Compared to the greedy rulers, the criminal world can still be called moral… Do you realize that when the world is ruled by trash, the world will give birth to trash? At least we never cover up our crimes” Eustass Captain Kid

“There are times when a fully armed army cannot face a spear bound by courage” Zeff

“Power is something you wear like clothes” Nefertarri Cobra

“Human kindness will not help human souls, if you want to help them, use your brain and study medicine” Doctor Kureha

Which is your fav quote??? if there is another cool quote that i forgot, tell me?? 😀

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‘Nick Cannon’ Syndicated Talk Show Season 2 Is Canceled

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After just one season, Nick Cannon’s self-titled syndicated daytime talk program will terminate. The two episodes being filmed today will be the talker’s final ones, the show’s producer-distributor Debmar-Mercury of Lionsgate is anticipated to inform the cast.

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The program was supposed to take a five-week sabbatical while Nick Cannon was busy filming Fox’s The Masked Singer and VH1’s Wild ‘N Out, with the crew receiving a week’s compensation. Instead, Nick Cannon will permanently halt production, with the staff receiving severance.

There are enough episodes in the can to last the program through the season, according to insiders, so it won’t immediately go off the air.

The Fox Television Stations serve as the anchor group for the New York-based weekday talker. Two spots on the Fox Stations are now available for the upcoming season thanks to this week’s cancellations of Nick Cannon and The Good Dish on Sony Pictures TV, which in January took over for the venerable The Dr. Oz Show. A chat show with Jennifer Hudson was just picked up by the station group for the upcoming season; the time slots have not yet been determined.

Nick Cannon’s The Real could be canceled

Multiple sources claim that The Real, a seasoned panel chat program that airs on Fox duopoly stations, is likewise in danger of being canceled. Producer-distributor Warner Bros. denies this information.

The following season of Debmar-Mercury on the Fox Stations will have Sherri Shepherd as the host. It will replace The Wendy Williams Show, which will conclude its run this season after its host Williams was forced to take a leave of absence due to health difficulties.

The season’s lowest-rated single-host daytime syndicated talk program in terms of household ratings is Nick Cannon, which has averaged a 0.4 rating.

Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein, co-presidents of Debmar-Mercury, said “It’s never easy to cancel a production with clear potential but, after a great deal of deliberation and examining various options, we have made the difficult business decision to end production on Nick Cannon. We plan to offer viewers original episodes of the daytime talk show through the remainder of this season. Our thanks go to the very talented Nick Cannon and our wonderful production team, and we wish Nick continued success with his many hit ventures.”

Initially scheduled for an autumn 2020 debut on the Fox stations, Nick Cannon’s cancellation was also revealed by The Sun. When it was suspended in July of that year due to backlash from the actor-anti-Semitic comedian’s comments on his podcast, it was already in production and had received 90% of the nation’s clearances. In the end, the program premiered on September 28, 2021.

Along with his longtime manager, Michael Goldman, and the show’s creators, Katy Murphy Davis and Matt Strauss, Cannon executive produces the chat show The Masked Singer, which he presents for Fox and which airs on the Fox stations.

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Gina Carano Is Confirmed To Be In Hunter Biden Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’

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Former The Mandalorian actor Gina Carano said today that she will be starring in the Robert Davi-helmed film My Son Hunter, which will chronicle the son of the American president and his scandalous business activities and lifestyle. The image shows the youngest son of Vice President Biden living a high life while accumulating millions of dollars from international companies controlled by Chinese, Ukrainian, and Russian billionaires.

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In the film, which is presently in Serbian production, Gina Carano will portray a jaded secret service agent. She joins the previously revealed cast of John James (Dynasty), who plays President Joe Biden, and Laurence Fox (Lewis, Victoria), who plays Hunter Biden.

Producer Phelim McAleer: “She is a world-weary secret service agent present at most of the Biden family’s dodgy dealings. She provides a voice of truth and Sardonic comedy over the absurd dealings of the Biden family and various Chinese, Russian, and Ukrainian oligarchs. She is present throughout the film – commenting and sometimes narrating the absurd life and party lifestyle of Hunter Biden and the dodgy dealings of his father.”

Gina Carano said “The story, the cast, the crew, the people, this is what makes art great and this is what we’re doing. I feel excited to be working with incredible actors, a visionary director, and some newfound friends as producers. The script was instantly intriguing and side achingly hilarious to me, especially after being newly exposed to the political realm in 2020. Robert Davi is someone who reached out to me as soon as I was ‘canceled’ in Feb. 2021.

I signed on in support of him and one of my favorite humans Laurence Fox. They both have always been actors I adore watching and now they both have become my friends and mentors. The icing on the cake was getting to meet John James, a wildly funny charismatic, and lovable human. It is such a pleasure to be at the forefront of groundbreaking storytelling.”

Davi said “When we think of the modern female, we look to women that are intelligent, feminine, strong, nurturing and vulnerable and have a sense of humor. I have been blessed by knowing women who have served our nation … I wanted an actress who the audience would believe is capable of protecting such an iconic figure as Joe Biden.”

Following her contentious social media remarks, particularly on TikTok where she equated the political split in the U.S. to that of Nazi Germany, Disney announced earlier this year that Gina Carano wouldn’t be returning to further seasons of The Mandalorian. After her divorce from Disney, she was cast in Terror on the Prairie, a film she is also producing alongside The Daily Wire. The actress was also fired by her agency, UTA.

The producers of My Son Hunter are the Irish filmmaker and journalist duo Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney (Gosnell, FrackNation).

License to Kill, The Goonies, and Die Hard are just a few of Davi’s acting credentials. He also directed and produced the films The Dukes and Magic. Additionally, he has the EP “New York City Christmas” performed.

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“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, Oscars hit From Encanto, Is Selected For Prime Production Number; Cast From The Movie Will Feature

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Another important movie song, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Encanto, which was not even submitted by Disney and songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda for consideration in the category, will be performed on the big show as part of the Best Original Song performers announced Tuesday for the 94th annual Academy Awards. Miranda is up for a nomination for “Dos Oruguitas,” another song from the same movie.

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The word is spreading that this is planned to be a major highlight of the show, promoted as the first live performance of the song, which has topped music charts for weeks, according to promos running on ABC, an official press release today, and confirmation from producer Will Packer at the recently concluded Oscars press conference.

As well as in advertisements airing on ABC, a press statement issued today, and confirmation from producer Will Packer at the Oscars press conference that just ended. The idea that this will be a significant feature of the concert is starting to spread. It was promoted as the song’s debut live performance after weeks at the top of the charts.

Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Mauro Castillo, Carolina Gaitan, and Diane Guerrero, from the film Encanto, as well as Becky G and Luis Fonsi, will sing “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” during the Oscars, according to Packer, who explained why at today’s press conference.

“If there is a song that unites people this year it is this one, and that is kind of the epitome to me of what movies can do, because people of all stripes, ethnicities, ages, colors, backgrounds, around the world, are singing it ad nauseum, and we are going to help them out so they sing it a little bit more. Our apologies to the parents,” Packer laughed.

Sebastian Yatra will also perform “Dos Oruguitas,” another Encanto song that was nominated for an Oscar, so it won’t be the only Encanto song to be played during the ceremony. For Best Original Score and Best Animated Feature, the Disney movie is also up for nominations.

The 94th Academy Awards will take place on Sunday at the Dolby Theatre and will be broadcast live on ABC at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT in more than 200 countries around the world. There will be live closed captioning and audio descriptions accessible during the live broadcast, as well as American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation given by certified deaf interpreters.

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The Tomorrow War 2 Is Already In Planning With Chris Pratt, Director Chris McKay & More

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The Tomorrow War 2 sequel sci-fi film with Chris Pratt is reportedly being discussed by Skydance and Amazon Studios in reaction to The Tomorrow War’s phenomenally successful worldwide streaming launch this past weekend.

There are plans to reunite the whole creative team, including Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, Betty Gilpin, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, and Oscar winner J.K. Simmons, both in front of and behind the camera. The studio that was initially assigned to theatrically release the first movie, Paramount, is also participating in the sequel.

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Is the movie The Tomorrow War as bad as movie critics are saying it is?

According to Screen Engine’s PostVOD, the international sci-fi actioner debuted at No. 1 across streaming platforms during the holiday weekend after premiering on July 2nd in over 240 countries and territories exclusively on Prime Video. Since Screen Engine’s PostVOD summer reporting in May, the movie has been the most popular live-action streaming movie of the season.

The Pratt movie had 20,55K reviews on Amazon Prime, with a 4.5 out of the 5-star average. This is one of the greatest numbers and ratings for a recent release throughout the first week of the program.

Along with holding the top spot among streaming services in the US, Prime Video also had record-breaking viewership in countries across the world, including Brazil, India, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, Mexico, Argentina, and Japan.

Streaming analytics corp. reports that in 3M Smart TV terrestrial homes Another successful weekend for Amazon followed Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (2.3M U.S. households over three days, according to Samba TV) and Borat: The Next Movie, with 2.4 million U.S. households tuning in to Tomorrow War (1.6M).

According to analytics company ListenFirst, Tomorrow War ranked first for social conversation/interest (TV-I) on opening weekends across the entire entertainment business (film, TV, streaming, and theatrical).

Is The Tomorrow War coming to Amazon’s own Prime Video platform?

As previously informed, Skydance sold The Tomorrow War to Amazon for $200 million. In the aftermath of their acquisitions of Skydance, Paramount’s Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, and Paramount’s Coming to 2 America, which is supposedly Prime’s most-viewed movie ever, Amazon is committed to building up an arsenal of streaming tentpole titles.

The news of the upcoming The Tomorrow War follows the previously revealed Netflix sequel for Skydance’s The Old Guard, making Skydance one of the few production companies to debut an original movie franchise on two distinct streaming services. The sixth most viewed movie on Netflix, The First Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron, attracted 78M WW homes in its first four weeks.

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is a series that is also available on Amazon from Skydance and Paramount Television Studios.

Chris Pratt’s standing as a prominent actor is further solidified by Tomorrow War’s widespread popularity. The Tomorrow War is entirely original IP, even though Pratt has seen enormous success with the Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World franchises.

The information concerning Tomorrow War 2 was not confirmed by Amazon or Skydance. Pratt is shown here reveling in the viewing data from earlier this week:

 

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