THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Leslie Moonves
The CBS CEO's 2010 salary jumps 30 percent to nearly $58 million. Between Moonves' haul and Viacom chief Philippe Dauman's $84.5 million package, Sumner Redstone doesn't seem like such a bad boss.
DOWN: Paul Reiser
NBC's The Paul Reiser Show debuts to just 3.3 million viewers, the Peacock's lowest-rated in-season comedy premiere ever. Yes, ever.
UP: Tina Fey
The 30 Rock maestro's Bossypants book debuts as a top 10 best-seller. Only the music biz remains unconquered.
DOWN: Brian Frons
The president of daytime at Disney/ABC Television Group pulls the plug on 40-year-old soaps All My Children and One Life to Live, becoming the most-hated man in retirement communities.
UP Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSO)
Zacks Investment Research says it has "potential upside" of 56 percent, best in the publishing industry.
DOWN Google (GOOG)
Leader in online search reports rare uninspiring first-quarter earnings.
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- 'Divergent' Star Shailene Woodley: The Next Jennifer Lawrence?
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- Shakira Reveals Why Music Videos With Men Are 'Out Of the Question'
- Even Juan Pablo Thinks This Season Of 'The Bachelor' Has Been A Soap Opera