Whether or not it's up against The X Factor, Modern Family keeps winning Wednesday night.
Family sustained its strong showing, entertaining 13.42 million people and posting a 5.7 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — both highs for the night. A two-hour-plus rain delay pushed Game 4 of the American League Championship Series from the afternoon into prime time on Fox, postponing X Factor to Thursday night. The game averaged 9.44 million fans ...
Despite negative reviews, people were curious to see Tim Allen's new sitcom. Last Man Standing debuted to 12.95 million viewers and nabbed a 3.5 rating among industry-prized 18-to-49-year-olds, overnight Nielsen ratings showed.
ABC sounded happy afterward, noting that the show achieved the network's highest demo rating in the Tuesday at 8/7c time slot in nearly two years.
Long in development and laden with Oscar-winning talent, the Liberace biopic by Steven Soderbergh will be made for HBO, the network announced Tuesday.
Two and a Half Men started so big that even a fourth consecutive week of decline has still left it with enviable numbers.
The Ashton Kutcher-led CBS sitcom at 9/8c entertained 16.20 million fans and scored a 5.9 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds Monday night. Most network shows that night hit season lows up against the major league playoffs on Fox, as well as Monday Night Football -- which scored 16.38 million viewers --and Kim Kardashian's "fairy-tale" wedding, which drew a combined total of 10.5 million Sunday and Monday nights, making it E!'s most-watched event ever.
In the wake of Kim Kardashian's "fairy-tale" wedding to NBA player Kris Humphries, she and mother Kris Jenner went on The Rachael Ray Show Tuesday to squelch talk that she received $20 million for rights to her nuptials.
That homophobic rant that got 30 Rock's Tracy Morgan in trouble months ago hasn't gone away. David Letterman asked him about it on Monday's Late Show.Check out the rest of the day's news on TVGuide.com"At the end of the day, I'm a comedian. I try to use the gift God gave me to help the world, to heal the world, not to hurt anyone," Morgan said Monday night about the June 3 show in Nashville. "I was hurt by it because people came to the show and were bummed out."
Beyoncé Knowles announced on Australia's Sunday Night show that she's due to give birth in February...
Now you see her; now you don't. New Girl — the first new show to get picked up for a full season — is going to be scarce for much of October.
Ali Landry and her husband, filmmaker Alejandro Monteverde, are the parents of a boy, People reports.
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Now that his Monday Night Football opening theme song has been permanently punted from the broadcast, Hank Williams Jr. has written a song zinging Fox & Friends and ESPN and is taking to the airwaves to answer his critics.
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