Our very own AMC's "The Walking Dead" ratings continue to astound: 11.3 million, second highest in history, this past Sunday.
And if you remember the long opening credits shows used to have in the 1980s into the 1990s, a production reimagined what a "Walking Dead" opening credit circa 1995 would look like:
Cadillac Jack, the morning host at Atlanta country station Kicks 101.5, recently celebreated 20 years at the station. In this day and age, that's quite an accomplishment.
Cadillac started hosting nights at Kicks at the tender age of age 20. He worked afternoons at Y106 (now Eagle), then afternoons at Kicks. He became the morning show host for Kicks in 2006, first with Kristen Gates and now with Dallas McCade.
He brings in solid ratings for the station, which has been battling for listeners with 94.9/The Bull for several years, usually winning. Currently, the Bull tends to edge out Kicks among younger listeners but Kicks usually wins the overall ratings race. He signed a long-term contract in 2009 before Cumulus took over Citadel in 2011.
On Sunday, Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" bounced back to 3.1 million from 2.6 million a week earlier, its best performance since January 28.
CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" will be renamed "Piers Morgan Live," which is similar to "Larry King Live" before Morgan took over. He wasn't always live early on in 2011 because of his obligations to "America's Got Talent," which ended that year in favor of Howard Stern.
Joy Behar, who had a show briefly on Atlanta's HLN, is going to leave ABC's "The View" after 16-plus years. She and Barbara Walters are the remaining original members of the show, which airs daily at 11 a.m. She met with CNN head honcho Jeff Zucker so perhaps that could be her next landing spot?