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The final India-Australia One-Day International (ODI) match has emerged as the highest rated single day TV event this year, while the seven-game series was the most watched bilateral ODI series of 2013. "The final match of the series garnered 55561 TVTs (Television Viewership in Thousands) which remains unmatched on Indian television across all genres," sports broadcaster STAR Sports said in a statement. The one-dayer recorded highest time spent per viewer (TSV) across ODIs in 2013 with 101 minutes on both Hindi and English commentary feed on STAR Sports channels. The recently concluded series, which ended 3-2 in favour of India, was watched by almost 43 per cent of the C&S (Cable and Satellite) base. "It is the most watched bilateral ODI cricket series this year," it said. Speaking on the occasion, Nitin Kukreja, Head of Sports Business, Star India, said: "We are delighted with the viewer traction for the series. There is an upswing of almost 18 per cent in average time spent per viewer per match for the India-Australia ODI series as compared to all India ODIs played in the year 2013. We are pleased to note the stickiness that Hindi commentary has been able to generate in the HSM markets. This is a clear cut vindication of our strategy of promoting choice of language for the consumer." The channel had launched a campaign, with the core theme 'Fight for No 1', to promote the series featuring seven ODIs and a T20 match.

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Since its inception in 1975, "SNL" has launched the careers of many of the brightest comedy performers of their generation. As The New York Times noted on the occasion of the show's Emmy-winning 25th Anniversary special in 1999, "in defiance of both time and show business convention, 'SNL' is still the most pervasive influence on the art of comedy in contemporary culture." At the close of the century, "Saturday Night Live" placed seventh on Entertainment Weekly's list of the Top 100 Entertainers of the past fifty years.
The program has won 40 Emmy Awards and now holds the title for the most nominated television show in Emmy history with 156 nominations. "SNL" has been honored twice, in 1990 and 2009, with the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and cited as "truly a national institution." "Saturday Night Live" was inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame by the National Association of Broadcasters, and the show continues to garner the highest ratings of any late-night television program, entertaining millions each week.

"SNL" sketches still bear repeating on Monday mornings. With live show surprises, especially those timed to the election - from Barack Obama's surprise walk-on, Hillary Clinton's performance opposite Amy Poehler and Senator John McCain's "Weekend Update" appearance - "SNL" is making headlines and influencing the political dialogue while skewering it at the same time. Beyond politics, the show's cast of recurring characters and its take on pop culture targets remain spot-on. The addition of the show's Emmy Award-winning SNL Digital Shorts continues to keep the show as current today as it was when it debuted.
"Saturday Night Live," which premiered October 11, 1975, is broadcast live from NBC's famed Studio 8H in New York City's Rockefeller Center. The program is a production of Broadway Video in association with SNL Studios. Lorne Michaels is the executive producer.

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Sloane Stephens serves to Jamie Hampton.
By Matt Cronin
Sunday, September 1, 2013
No. 1 Serena Williams vs. No. 15 Sloane Stephens
As Jimmy Connors once said during one of his famous matches: “This is what they want, this is what they came for.” In this case, the tennis world has been waiting all year for a rematch of Serena and Stephens’ highly intense Australian Open quarterfinal, which the now 20-year old won 6-4 in the third set. It was Sloane’s coming out party, and not one that the 31-year-old Serena necessarily wanted to attend as her vanquished foe. As good as Serena has been at patting young players on the back and handing out words of wisdom if asked, she’s still wants to be the queen of the tour, and would be A-OK if the ladies in waiting didn't try to usurp her anytime soon.
But that is not how young promising players become great ones, and that is the position that Stephens is in now. She’s the youngest player in the Top 20 and not only has shown promise, but has delivered all year at the Slams, reaching the round of 16 or better every time out. She is not the ultimate big match player yet, but she sure likes to be involved in them and does not fear the occasion, which is why she was able to close out Serena in Melbourne.
Putting all the mental battles aside, the reason why Stephens matches up pretty well with Williams is because she is very fast, super steady when focused, has a hammer of forehand and a pretty mean two-handed backhand too. Her first serve is underrated, she volleys quite well for a young player and also changes pace and strategy when called upon. In short, on court, she plays a very good and mature brand of tennis. Anyone who thinks that her victory over Williams in Melbourne was a fluke or just due to Serena’s bum ankle is off base: I sat courtside to watch their quarterfinal in Brisbane three weeks prior to their Aussie Open match and Sloane played her very tough in a close two-set loss. That’s where she got the confidence to think she could pull off the Aussie Open upset.
If you look at players who have beaten Serena off grass over the past two years, it’s been the strong defensive ones who can stay in rallies with her, get her on the run and turn defense to offense, like Victoria Azarenka, Angie Kerber and Stephens can.
However, a healthy and in-form Serena is still better than Stephens. Her first and second serves are larger and more accurate, she returns with more aggression and can match her both on the forehand and backhand sides.
There is a lot of pressure on both players in this American legend vs. upstart battle. Hopefully, they won’t be too nervous (yes, 16-time Slam champ Serena admits to still getting nervous), play their best and contest a match that will be shown on replay time and time again. Whether that happens or not, I cannot see Stephens taking down Serena yet at the US Open, not when Williams so badly wants to avenge her defeat earlier this year. Sloane will take the first set, but in the last two, Serena will find her A-level, charge hard, begin to paint the lines and come away with a delicious three-set victory.
No. 5 Li Na vs. No. 9 Jelena Jankovic
This has the makings of a classic – or not. If Li plays to the best of her ability, meaning consistent, attacking and suffocating tennis, she will win this one going away. But if she does not and the 2008 US Open finalist Jankovic digs in, it will be very close. The Serb cannot match the Chinese’s service speed, power off the forehand side and aggressive posture returning, but she does have a better backhand, is a bit quicker and volleys just as well.
These two have been through the wars at the majors, so I don't expect either of them to be very nervous once they get their feet wet in the match. But Li has had trouble closing in big contests this year, so I would not be stunned if she let go of more than few big points. But my gut feeling is that the two-time Aussie Open finalist is way overdue for a great US Open and will grab this one in three, even if “JJ” wins the crowd over with her glorious smiles.
No. 3 Agnieska Radwanska vs. Ekaterina Makarova
Until Radwanska actually wins a major, I’ll have a hard time thinking that she actually can. She blew a big chance at Wimbledon, but at least she has come to New York with a good attitude and has played reasonably well. This is dangerous matchup, though, as the lefty Makarova has found herself in singles and combines power with guile. If she can serve big enough and attack the Pole’s second serves, she will have a real chance at an upset. Still, Radwanska has a little too much variety for her and will take her out of her rhythm in a sweaty three-set victory.
No. 8 Angelique Kerber vs. No. 18 Carla Suarez Navarro
The German did not come into the tournament with a lot of confidence but now has turned things around for herself with a couple of hearty victories. I’ve always loved Kerber’s defense, but in order to get to the next level she has to try and dictate more with her forehand and serve. If she can do so, she should be able to win a Slam someday.
Suarez Navarro is finally healthy and has improved her games on hard courts immensely. She can hit through the court and trust her offense a great deal more. But the left-handed Kerber should be able to exploit her one-handed backhand and come away with a tight two-set victory.

No. 9 Stanislas Wawrinka vs. Marcos Baghdatis
We know that Wawrinka is going to play at least reasonably well in this contest as he’s pretty dependable week in, week out. But what about Baghdatis? The new dad lost 10 ATP matches from late February until late July and seemed in a daze. The former Aussie Open finalist then managed to win two matches in Washington, D.C., but then lost in the first rounds of Montreal and Cincinnati. He clearly could have spelled out the word “slump” in capital letters coming into the US Open.
Baghdatis is shotmaker and almost out of nowhere began to paint the lines in an easy straight-sets win over 17th seed Kevin Anderson. So of he plays that well against Wawrinka, this should be the most entertaining match of the day, because the Cypriot has a lot of feel and variety and is blast to watch when he’s on and focused.
But Wawrinka has become a more well-rounded player in the past two years. He might have the game’s most forceful one-handed backhand, he can rip forehands too, he moves pretty well and has improved his first serve. He has yet to show that he has the mental fortitude of a champion, but he’s come close and I would not count him out of a semifinal run here. Take the Swiss in four.
No. 12 Tommy Haas vs. No. 21 Mikhail Youzhny
These two veterans have combined to play 1,577 singles matches, so there will be no lack of experience and know-how. They have also split their eight matches and many of them have been close, so expect this one to go the distance.
The German Haas has a bit more firepower overall, but Youzhny can play steady, take over the net and also rip winners off short balls. The Russian has not had a spectacular year by his standards, but he is almost always a tough out at the Slams and will be here, too.
Haas is very reasonable and well spoken off court, but on it he can be just as temperamental as Youzhny, who once drew blood from his forehand smashing himself repeatedly with his racquet in Miami. This third-round match has the potential of being volcanic, and even it's not it will be worth the watch. Haas will come through in an intense five-setter.
Other matches of note
Lleyton Hewitt has been a clutch performer for a long time, but at the age of 32 after multiple surgeries, he could not be expected to pull off a marathon win over the likes of Juan Martin del Potro – but he did and is now in prime position to reach the second week. His foe, Russian Evegeny Donskoy is no pushover, though, and it will take the Aussie four long sets to get through.
Andy Murray bested one Mayer in Leo from Argentina in the last round, and now gets Florian from Germany in a third-round clash. Florian is experienced and is a very decent all-around player, and while Murray is capable of dropping a set to anyone, he won’t do so here as he knows it’s about time to lock in for his title defense.
Tim Smyczek is the last U.S. man standing and has a real chance against Spaniard Marcels Granollers, who can crack it form the baseline. Both men are coming off long five-set wins and this will be a survival-of-the-fittest contest. Granollers also needed five to win his first-round match, while Smyczek got through his in four sets, so tip the American here based on leg strength alone.
Julien Benneteau can catch fire and upend elite players, so Tomas Berdych must be wary in this contest. But if the big Czech plays up to his level he should be able to pound through the Frenchman in four.

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Based on Walt Longmire Mystery series of novels by Craig Johnson, Longmire also is named after its central character, Walt Longmire, the local sheriff in rural Wyoming. As the series starts, Longmire has been widowed for a year and, still in pain, hides behind a brave face and dry wit. After his wife's death, he dragged himself into the office but his heart wasn't really in the job.

He knows it's time to turn his life around and with the help of his daughter, Cady, and his deputy, Vic, he revives his interest in his job and decides to give his all to his re-election campaign. Victoria "Vic" Moretti is the newest addition to the sheriff's office. She was a Philadelphia homicide detective for five years before relocating to Wyoming. While adjusting to how to deal with the locals, Vic is out to prove she's not a rookie. She has a deep connection with Longmire along with her playful attitude and he allows her to be his most trusted deputy. Longmire's lifelong best friend and close confidant is Henry Standing Bear, the owner of the local bar. Henry is often Walt's go-between with the reservation. Unlike Longmire, Henry embraces progress and the trappings of the modern world while holding a close connection with his past. Another one of Longmire's deputies is ambitious go-getter Branch Connally. He's motivated more by political aspirations than his work as a deputy. He thinks Longmire's stuck in the past and wants the department to have the technology that most other law enforcement agencies use. It's his umbrage towards Walt's outdated methods that pushes him to run for sheriff. Longmire's only child is daughter, Cady Longmire, an attorney who dreams of practicing law in a big city. With the death of her mother, Cady has stayed to help Walt get his life back together. She isn't afraid to tell her father like it is, and it's this straight talk and sense of humor that makes their connection strong. Longmire's third deputy is The Ferg who has a heart of gold. He's loyal and well meaning and always eager to please. The Ferg can hunt and fix most anything but he's not much of an investigator. Longmire is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television. Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny wrote the pilot and serve as executive producers along with Greer Shephard and Michael M. Robin. The series stars Australian actor Robert Taylor as Walt Longmire, along with Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman and newcomer Adam Bartley.