On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jake takes Gia, Tenley and Vienna on a romantic getaway to St. Lucia and a heart-broken Ali asks for a second chance.
Up until Ali's shocking decision to leave the show (and Jake) to save her job, it seemed Gia was most likely on the chopping block and on this, the night's first date; she'll have to really prove why she belongs to stay.
Desperate Housewives, Nicolette Sheridan
Edie Britt is returning to Desperate Housewives — well, sort of.
A year after the shocking death of Wisteria Lane's resident bad girl, the show is looking to cast a new Edie-type character...
Emilie De Ravin, Paula Abdul
The calendar may say February, but it might as well be Halloween with all the ghosts on TV this week. Jay Leno and David Letterman revisit their tortured past, Hiro mourns his lost-in-time love on Heroes, The Good Wife's cheating husband has come home to roost, Claire returns on Lost and the specter of Paula Abdul is straight-up haunting American Idol's Hollywood Week. Welcome to Top Moments: Ghosts of TV Past Edition.
Grey's Anatomy gets in the Valentine's Day spirit with an episode about love connections — and a couple of disconnections as well. Arizona spends much of her time playing cupid with Bailey and her "gas man" crush, Ben Warren. Elsewhere, Meredith struggles with the idea of being Derek's arm candy now that he's the Chief of Surgery. On the flip side, Teddy want to "un-ring the bell" she rang when she told Owen she loved him and Sloan decides to give her baby away, which breaks Grandpa Mark's heart. Throw in an arm growing out of a patient's side and a new hair color for Lexie, and you've got a pretty packed episode. So, let's get to it.
For the second week in a row, ABC's Modern Family posted significant gains, despite going head-to-head with ratings powerhouse American Idol.
Modern Family drew 10.1 million viewers, an increase of 8 percent from last week, and tied its season high in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Its lead-in, The Middle (8.2 million), was also up, improving 11 percent to reach a series high. Faltering against Idol, Cougar Town shed more than 3 million of Family's viewers and fell sharply in the 18-to-49 demo.
Fox, of course, won the night, anchored by Idol (25 million viewers), which was up 4 percent from last week, when it debuted in the 9/8c Wednesday timeslot...
The revolving doors at Private Practice are turning once again with the reunion of Addison (Kate Walsh) and Pete (Tim Daly) in Thursday night's episode (10/9c on ABC). While the pair have only flirted in previous seasons, Daly tells TVGuide.com that they're meant to be — it'll just take awhile. The 53-year-old actor also discusses the relationship with Violet (Amy Brenneman) and his character being a single father...