Pauley Perrette and Mark Harmon
Social network discussions about television shows drove more live viewing and second-screen engagement during the 2010-2011 television season, according to a TVGuide.com user research study that ranks the year's top 10 most social shows. Twenty percent of respondents said they are now watching more live TV to avoid plot and reality "spoilers" that may be revealed in real time by members of their social networks. At the same time, TVGuide.com, which has more than 23 million monthly unique users, found that users are spending more time engaging in TV discussions with their social networks, with more using Twitter than Facebook for those discussions.
The top 10 most social shows of the 2010-2011 season, based on TVGuide.com episode check-ins, Facebook Likes and comments on the site are:
NBC is turning up the volume on The Voice.
The singing competition will expand to two-hour live episodes beginning Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c following America's Got Talent, the network announced Thursday.
Community creator Dan Harmon knew doing another paintball episode would invite criticism and inevitable comparisons to Season 1's "Modern Warfare." And that's exactly why he did it.
"It was the thing we weren't supposed to do," Harmon tells TVGuide.com. "But I followed my usual instincts, to do the thing you're really not supposed to do, and tried as hard as I can to make it work. Because, although I fail plenty, the only time I succeed is when I'm doing that. When I try to do an impression of the way other people are supposed to do things, I usually fall on my face."
Chuck fans rejoice: Your favorite Nerd Herder-turned-spy may be sticking around for another year.
NBC is reportedly nearing a deal to bring the spy series back for a fifth season for at least...
A mansion at the top of Los Angeles' famous Runyon Canyon may seem like a dream place to call home, but on Monday's episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, it's also an ideal place for a criminal to hide out.
When a college co-ed is found strangled, the clues soon lead Detectives Morales (Alfred Molina) and Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) to an...
Linda Hamilton, Lauren Cohan
Bride or groom's side? If you're attending the big Chuck wedding, perhaps the safest answer is "neither."
Any spy knows that their loved ones could be used against them, and on Monday's episode "Chuck vs. the Last Details" (8/7c, NBC), Chuck (Zachary Levi) learns that new nemesis Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan) has captured his mother, Mary Bartowski (Linda Hamilton) while she was on a mission.
Tina Fey celebrated having the No. 1 book (and the No. 86 TV show) in the country by returning to host Saturday Night Live for a third time. Six months along with her second child, the few sketches that did not reference the recent death of Osama bin Laden played up Fey's pregnancy...