Ugly Betty will end its four-year run this spring.
"We've mutually come to the difficult decision to make this Ugly Betty's final season, and are announcing now as we want to allow the show ample time to write a...
NCIS: Los Angeles
Another Tuesday, another win for American Idol and Fox — but the viewer gap between Idol and NCIS is closing.
Down 12 percent from last Tuesday's episode, Idol's Los Angeles auditions still pulled in 24.2 million viewers, easily making it the night's most watched show, both in total viewers and in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. NCIS, while down slightly from its last original episode, was watched by 20.2 million viewers, the closest it has ever come to Idol's numbers on a given night.
NCIS: Los Angeles jumped 27 percent from its most recent new episode and drew 17.2 million viewers. A repeat of The Good Wife (10.3 million viewers) rounded out CBS' night and was good enough to help the network edge out NBC for second place...
Lost, Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to email@example.com.
What's the deal with Claire on Lost? That new promo seems to refute your little theory about her being a ghost. — O'Grady
MICKEY: Of the South Boston O'Gradys? You, sir, owe my great-uncle Shorty $472.68 for your outstanding bar tab! Your arrogance is as galling as your spendthriftiness! Ahem. While the image in question shows a distinctly Rousseau-esque Claire, it hardly proves that she's alive. But this might. Emilie de Ravin told us that she has a lot of scenes with Evangeline Lilly this season. Um, also there's this: "I think I'm alive, as far as I know," de Ravin told us. Remit payment at once, O'Grady!
What's coming up for Bailey on Grey's Anatomy? — Annie
ADAM: Chandra Wilson will be directing again — not so coincidentally, it's the episode where Bailey's fling with the new boy-toy anesthesiologist (Eli Stone's Jason George) heats up. We hear the episode is...
There are many questions to be answered in the final season of Lost, premiering Tuesday, Feb. 2 (9/8c on ABC). Terry O'Quinn helps tackle our first one: Is the new Locke (aka Man No. 2) a good guy or a bad guy?
Find out O'Quinn's answer, get a refresher course on where we last left the Losties and what's ahead in Season 6 in the video below:
Chris Harrison, The Bachelor
Chris Harrison told TVGuide.com that this week's episode of The Bachelor would have another "first" — and it did. Not only did Jake choose to send home both Ella and Kathryn on his two-on-one date, but he also decided to send an extra woman home during the rose ceremony. TVGuide.com spoke to Harrison about Jake "cleaning house" and how Tenley has become the front-runner...
Castle is becoming one of ABC's new kings: The Nathan Fillion-led procedural continued its climb in the ratings Monday to mark a new high for the series.
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On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jake and the ladies take a road trip and more than a few women get left behind.
The first stop on the trip is to a vineyard in Santa Ynez, a fun and romantic spot for his one-on-one date with Gia. Vienna's mean side rears her ugly head as she predicts Gia's big city personality won't be able to tough it out in the vineyard. Vienna is more than wrong, as Gia and Jake click right from the start. After a very cheesy game of hide-and-seek, they play a slightly less cheesy game of spin-the-bottle and share a romantic night in front of the campfire. Gia and Jake hadn't spent a lot of time alone up to this time, but there seems to be lots of chemistry and Jake is more than happy to give her a rose at the end of the night.
Before Lost kicks off its final season (Tuesday, Feb. 2, 9/8c, ABC), let's flash-back to May 2009 and remember where all our favorite characters left off and what might be next.
Lost: Blink and you'll miss the new Season 6 footage
HUGO "HURLEY" REYES (Jorge Garcia)
Where We Left Off: In the Season 5 finale, Jacob encouraged Hurley to return to the island on Ajira 316, by telling him that he is not cursed, but in fact blessed. In the episode's final moments, Hurley drove his favorite VW van to the Swan Station site, Sayid and Miles in tow, to act as Jack's back-up when he gets in trouble with the Dharma Initiative.
What's Next: Producers have confirmed that Cynthia Watros will reprise the role of Libby, paving the way for a reunion of the quirky coupling. Garcia has also hinted that we haven't seen the last of "the numbers" just yet.
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Burning Questions: Is Hurley blessed? If so, are "the numbers" some kind of prayer? Will he reunite with Libby? Is he still a millionaire?