THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
DOWN: Scott Pelley
The anchor's first CBS Evening News is upstaged by both Weinergate and -- worse -- predecessor Katie Couric's announcement of her upcoming ABC talk show.
UP: Veena Sud
The Killing showrunner scores key nominations for the inaugural Critics' Choice TV Awards, the first sign that AMC's murder mystery will be an Emmy contender.
DOWN: Cheryl Cole
The British pop star's X Factor drama ends with her being replaced. She'll be paid for the season but will remain largely unknown to Americans.
UP: Rick Rosen
The head of WME's television department tops his agency rivals by packaging the most fall series pickups.
UP: LinkedIn (LNKD)
An $8 billion valuation is bubbly, but for those wanting to invest in publicly traded social-media companies, there aren't many options.
DOWN: RealD (RLD)
Mediocre box office for 3D this summer has investors in the technology worried that audiences are losing enthusiasm.