6 TV Stocks Worth Watching This Emmy Season
The Awards Conundrum
The Primetime Emmy
Awards air on Sunday,
Sept. 22.
● Unlike the Oscars, there’s no
precise correlatio...
Not All Networks Are Created Equal
Source: AMC Networks.
Awards can be a brand-builder.
● Go back to The Sopranos. Average...
Time Warner
Source: HBO.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 108 via HBO (Source: The
Hollywood Reporter)
Top show: Game of Thrones (16...
CBS
Source: Showtime.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 84 via CBS and Showtime
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
Top show: Homeland (...
Comcast
Source: NBCUniversal.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 53 via NBC (Source: The
Hollywood Reporter)
Top show: Saturday Night ...
Walt Disney
Source: ABC/Disney.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 45 via ABC (Source:
The Hollywood Reporter)
Top show: Modern Family...
AMC Networks
Source: AMC Networks.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 26
Top show: Breaking Bad (13
nominations)
Average ratings: At l...
And … Netflix?
Source: Netflix.
SCORECARD
Nominations: 14
Top show: House of Cards
Average ratings: Unavailable;
4.5 stars...
TV Will Never Be the Same Again
Gone are the days of gathering in
the living room as a family to
watch a favorite show.
● ...
3 Stocks Chasing a $2.2 Trillion Pot of Gold
Each year brings changes in how we consume programming, kicking off a
war amo...
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6 TV Stocks Worth Watching This Emmy Season

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Just as Oscar-winning films have a way of boosting studio profits, critically acclaimed shows sometimes grow to become ratings monsters. Who will get the nod this year? We won’t know until September 22, when the Primetime Emmy Awards roll out the red carpet in Hollywood. The following slideshow details the nominees by network and explains why these stocks are poised to profit even more in the years ahead.

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6 TV Stocks Worth Watching This Emmy Season

  1. 6 TV Stocks Worth Watching This Emmy Season
  2. The Awards Conundrum The Primetime Emmy Awards air on Sunday, Sept. 22. ● Unlike the Oscars, there’s no precise correlation between Emmy wins and ratings success. ● In fact, the opposite has been true far too often. Witness the CBS hit NCIS, a longtime ratings winner that’s gone unrewarded during Emmy season. And yet, long-term success at the Emmys can provide a powerful tailwind ... Source: Crushable.com.
  3. Not All Networks Are Created Equal Source: AMC Networks. Awards can be a brand-builder. ● Go back to The Sopranos. Average ratings tripled over the show’s lifetime, thanks in no small part to word of mouth and a slew of Emmy wins. ● Breaking Bad repeating the pattern. After years of toiling in award-winning obscurity, viewership has soared to new highs this season. ● Advertisers and investors have taken notice, and shares of AMC Networks are up more than 50% over the past year. The message? Quality still matters, especially when it comes to investing in TV stocks. Here’s a closer look at the medium’s top performers ...
  4. Time Warner Source: HBO. SCORECARD Nominations: 108 via HBO (Source: The Hollywood Reporter) Top show: Game of Thrones (16 nominations) Average ratings: About 5 million viewers per episode Key Nominations: Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Writing Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Emilia Clarke)
  5. CBS Source: Showtime. SCORECARD Nominations: 84 via CBS and Showtime (Source: The Hollywood Reporter) Top show: Homeland (11 nominations) Average ratings: About 2 million viewers per episode Key Nominations: Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Damian Lewis) Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Claire Danes)
  6. Comcast Source: NBCUniversal. SCORECARD Nominations: 53 via NBC (Source: The Hollywood Reporter) Top show: Saturday Night Live (15 nominations) Average ratings: Can vary widely, but generally 5 million viewers per episode. Key Nominations: Outstanding Variety Series Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Bill Hader) Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series
  7. Walt Disney Source: ABC/Disney. SCORECARD Nominations: 45 via ABC (Source: The Hollywood Reporter) Top show: Modern Family Average ratings: About 13 million viewers per episode Key Nominations: Outstanding Comedy Series Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Ty Burrell, Ed O’ Neill, Jesse Tyler Ferguson) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Julie Bowen, Sofia Vergara)
  8. AMC Networks Source: AMC Networks. SCORECARD Nominations: 26 Top show: Breaking Bad (13 nominations) Average ratings: At least 4 million viewers per episode Key Nominations: Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Bryan Cranston) Outstanding Writing (2 episodes)
  9. And … Netflix? Source: Netflix. SCORECARD Nominations: 14 Top show: House of Cards Average ratings: Unavailable; 4.5 stars over 1.54 million reviews at Netflix Key Nominations: Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Kevin Spacey) Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Robin Wright)
  10. TV Will Never Be the Same Again Gone are the days of gathering in the living room as a family to watch a favorite show. ● A third of U.S. households with cable access are experimenting with ‘TV Everywhere’ via smartphones and tablets. ● Bite-size viewing means more experiments with niche programming via Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube. ● And that makes for a crowded schedule, which, in turn, makes awards and critical nods even more important. Source: Wikimedia. How can we profit as investors? Here are some ideas ...
  11. 3 Stocks Chasing a $2.2 Trillion Pot of Gold Each year brings changes in how we consume programming, kicking off a war among tech’s elite and Hollywood’s biggest names. Our analysts believe Disney is poised to win either way while eyeing two other stocks you may want for your own portfolio. Here’s a closer look ... ● One is located in the southern U.S. and a specialist channel operator that produces largely unscripted programming. You won’t see this company’s at-times controversial networks well represented at the Emmys ● Another is best known for overly aggressive marketing of reality television that’s designed to scare the bejeezus out of viewers. Want to know more about these stocks? We spell out everything you need to know in a shocking video report. Click here to watch FREE right now.

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