Real Housewives of Miami
Move over, New York: Miami is taking your place.
The Real Housewives of Miami will premiere Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 10/9c, Bravo announced Thursday. New York's Season 4, which was set to debut this month, has been pushed to spring.
Ashley S. went into her two-on-one date on The Bachelor this week with a feeling it was her last.
"I was defeated," she says. "The fact that I was going on the two-on-one with my best friend in the house was just an awful situation."
While American Idol lapped the field, its Wednesday night edition declined slightly yet again, attracting 24.9 million viewers. Last week it got 25.2 million, which was down less than a million from its Season 10 premiere a week earlier.
Broadcast journalists were increasingly targeted — detained, harassed or beaten — amid the unrest in Egypt Thursday, among them CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric and a Fox News Channel crew.
Meantime, sources told Time magazine that Lara Logan, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, was held along with her crew by Egyptian police outside Cairo's Israeli embassy. Couric wrote on Twitter that she and her crew came under attack by "very hostile" supporters of President Hosni Mubarak and that they "wouldn't let us shoot video."
Mary McCormack, Vincent D'Onofrio
Law & Order: Criminal Intent will premiere its 10th and final season on Sunday, May 1, at 9/8c, USA announced Thursday. Season 4 of In Plain Sight will debut immediately afterward at 10/9c.
The new Criminal Intent episodes will mark the return of Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe as Detectives Bobby Goren and Alexandra Eames. D'Onofrio and Erbe exited the show at the beginning of the show's ninth season, leaving Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows as the show's primary stars.
Just as Royal Pains' Divya is torn between two men, so are viewers about whom she should choose.
"People are broken up between the two," Reshma Shetty says. "I've had people say, 'You have to marry Raj, he's so sweet,' and some people say, 'Adam is hot, you have to marry Adam.'"
Mick Jagger will make his first-ever live appearance on the Grammys stage, CBS announced Thursday.
The rock legend will perform as part of the telecast's "In Memorium" tribute, which pays homage to those in the music world who have died in the past year. Jagger will be joined on stage by his band and Grammy winner Raphael Saadiq.