NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2015 — Protest petitions took center stage this week as Donald Trump prepared to guest-host “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. Petitioners sought to have his invitation rescinded but by midday Friday, this effort was unsuccessful.
Elsewhere in TV Land, CBS announced a new “Star Trek” series, “Wheel of Fortune” kept on spinning and TBS attempted to announce a launch plan for a new comedy series — “Angie Tribeca” — but issued a press release that was incomprehensible.
Behold: This week’s MediaPost TV blogs — follow the links, right here:
Monday, Nov. 2: Web Site Provides Protest Platform To Petty Petitioners
Tuesday, Nov. 3: Latino Protests Can’t Stop Trump On ‘SNL’
Wednesday, Nov. 4: With ‘Star Trek’ Gamble, CBS Explores Bold New Paywall Plan
Thursday, Nov. 5: TV’s Happy Place: Never-Ending ‘Wheel’ Goes ‘Round And ‘Round
Friday, Nov. 6: Advice To Publicists: Avoid Comedic Press Releases
— Adam Buckman
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