Michelle Borth and Alex O'Loughlin
The Voice came, saw and conquered.
Despite the influx of premieres, the reality show, airing its first fall season, dominated Monday night with 11.9 million viewers and a 4.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, dropping 10 percent from last week. Combined with Revolution (9.5 million, 3.5), NBC won the ...
There was no second week letdown for Revolution Monday night. The second episode, "Chained Heat," was a shocking, action-filled hour, ending with a twist to keep us talking and guessing until next week. Until then, here are our six burning questions. [Spoilers ahead]
Nat Faxon and Dakota Johnson
In TV comedy, there's a fine line between the delightfully quirky and the annoyingly irksome, and Fox's Tuesday night lineup — now home to four half-hour sitcoms, forcing Glee's move to Thursdays — tap-dances around and over that line with reckless abandon. My advice: surrender and enjoy.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 premiere of Castle. Read at your own risk.]
So, was it good for you?
Castle's Season 5 premiere began in the sexy afterglow of Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett's first night together. Although both agreed that they wanted to give the relationship a shot...
Josh Radnor, Thomas Lennon
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals major plot points from the How I Met Your Mother Season 8 premiere. Read at your own risk.]
A year ago, most people had no idea who Mindy Kaling was. Now, the actress' face is everywhere — magazine covers, billboards, bus stops — but most importantly, she's starring in a new sitcom The Mindy Project, which premieres Tuesday at 9:30/8:30c on Fox. And though the series airs after New Girl, don't be fooled into thinking Kaling's TV alter ego Mindy Lahiri is anything like the "adorkable" Jess (Zooey Deschanel). Mindy is no sexually innocent, manic pixie dream girl. Instead, she's a grown woman who isn't afraid to go after whatever she wants professionally, romantically or sexually. In short, she's my hero.
Shows like The New Normal and Modern Family have made nontraditional families a staple of prime-time television, and those keeping track of that growing roster can add Ben and Kate to the list. The Fox sitcom, which premieres Tuesday at 8:30/7:30c, revolves around single mom Kate (Dakota Johnson) and her good-hearted slacker brother Ben (Nat Faxon), who moves in with his sister to help raise her young daughter Maddie (Maggie Elizabeth Jones).
"I think 'family' means a...