THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Nancy Dubuc
The History and Lifetime chief is upped, adding oversight of A&E, international and digital to her portfolio as Hatfields & McCoys heads into the Emmys with 16 nominations.
DOWN: Jordana Spiro
Fox's heavily hyped premiere of the actress' The Mob Doctor notches only 5.1 million viewers and a soft 1.5 rating in the 18-to-49 demo.
UP: Kathy Bates
Nominated 10 times for Emmys, she finally wins for guest actress at the Creative Arts ceremony (for playing Charlie Sheen's ghost on Two and a Half Men!). Will she score another Sept. 23 for the canceled Harry's Law?
DOWN: Amanda Bynes
The actress' DUI arrest, hit-and-run accusations and erratic behavior (two hours in a boutique's dressing room?) have branded her with the Scarlet L (for Lohan). Can her career recover?
The device maker unveiled its iPhone 5 on Sept. 12 and took 2 million preorders on day one.
Sirius XM Radio (SIRI)
Liberty Media, seeking control of the satellite radio firm, has bought 49.6 percent of shares, suggesting its buying spree is nearly over.
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