With the contestants whittled down to three, The Bachelor is gaining momentum.
The ABC program averaged more than 10.3 million viewers over its two hours (starting at 8/7c), beating CBS' comedy block and Fox's drama block. It was also No. 1 among women 18-to-34 and 18-to-49 for the eighth straight week, according to Nielsen figures.
Alyssa Milano and David Bugliari
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It's not quite "The Rachel," but it's still a new 'do.
Jennifer Aniston debuted a lighter, shoulder-length bob Tuesday at a photo call for her comedy Just Go With It in Madrid. Only a day earlier, she rocked ...
Funeral homes aren't usually a date location, but on this week's The Bachelor, contestant Shawntel wanted Brad to see where she spends her days. Between explaining the embalming process, showing him the crematorium and having her father plead with her to stay with the family business, Shawntel was sent home. Host Chris Harrison discusses why Brad said goodbye to the funeral director, how Brad and Chantal's dad had a bit of a bromance and what really goes on in the fantasy suites. (Sorry to disappoint, he says, but it's a lot of talking.)
It's precisely the kind of chilling twist Richard Castle might concoct. On a Hollywood soundstage in early February, the mystery novel-penning protagonist of ABC's Castle, played by Nathan Fillion, is shadowing his muse, no-nonsense NYPD detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), as she tracks a person of interest to a storage freezer in Manhattan. Too bad the guy, who's already taken a bullet to the brain, won't be coughing up any clues.
Last night, our buff Bachelor had his hometown dates with the final four ladies looking to land themselves a slab of Brad and, sorry folks, he had, like, no chemistry on display. With any of them!
Maybe it's that Brad was completely freaked out about having to meet four different families (even though he has had televised practice with this parental gauntlet routine). Maybe having to wear a shirt makes him socially awkward. Maybe it's that five weeks of competitive dating does not a couple make.
Christina Hendricks, Lois Lane
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... Joan Holloway? Best known as the hottest secretary known to man (and Mad Men), Christina Hendricks is busting out some new skills as the voice of a very different kind of Lois Lane in the gorgeous DVD movie All-Star Superman (in stores today). Hendricks, who stars in the movie with Desperate Housewives' James Denton as Clark Kent and Anthony LaPaglia as Lex Luthor, is as excited to be playing the iconic role as we are to talk to her about it. Because honestly, she's pretty damn super, too.