NBC has staked out a spring Wednesday for next year’s Billboard Music Awards. The 2020 edition is set air live on April 29 from 8-11 PM (ET), with the telecast delayed at 8 PM in the West. A host and musical performers will be named later, the network says. Kelly Clarkson has emceed the trophy show each of the past two years. In its move to Wednesday night this year, the show averaged a 2.1 rating in adults 18-49 and 8 million viewers, per Nielsen Live+same day ratings, easily topping the Big 4 networks on May 1. NBC noted that it delivered the network’s top-rated in-season Wednesday in 18-49, excluding Olympics, since Dec. 7, 2016. The 2020 show will mark NBC’s third consecutive year airing the program... Last week’s premiere of BH90210 on Fox added 2.3 million sets of eyeballs in time-shited viewing, bringing its Live+3 total to 6.1 million multiplatform viewers. It also drew a 2.1/11 among 18-49, which marked the biggest demo launch for a summer series since 2017. Fox noted that the BH90210 L+3 demo numbers were 50 percent better than this summer’s next-best series launches — NBC’s Bring the Funny and Songland (1.4). It also marked Fox’s most-streamed premiere ever...