Friday Night Lights
For those Friday Night Lights fans without DirecTV, mark your calendars for Friday, May 7, when the high school football drama returns to NBC. Season 4 includes deaths, births and the end of many relationships. Get a sneak peek at the new season below:
On this week's Celebrity Apprentice, the teams must each give a rising country singer a makeover to help them rise to stardom. Former Celebrity Apprentice contestant Trace Adkins helps introduce the competition where each team will be judged on the makeover, press kit and the value they add to the potential breakout of the singer.
Immediately, Cyndi steps into the role of project manager as the musician of the female group, and especially in the lingering absence of Sharon, who's still out sick. In her confessional (and from her high horse, cough, cough), Holly says its unfair Sharon has been able to sit out an entire challenge and stick around. I understand her point, since Trump refused to let Michael come back to the game when he said he had to leave to deal with a family obligation. But, Holly doesn't know that that happened and she doesn't get along with Sharon, so of course she wants Mrs. Ozzy out of the game for good.
Glee returned from a long hiatus with the most-watched and highest-rated episode in the series' history.
Glee drew 13.6 million viewers, retaining 78 percent of American Idol's audience (20.2 million viewers), according to Nielsen overnight estimates. The show also claimed...
No show gives better metaphors for life than The Biggest Loser, and in this week's episode, money expert Suze Orman explains that success comes down to change — change in body, habit, and every aspect of life. In order to truly demonstrate the importance of change, each player is tasked with balancing a tray with one hand, while adding quarters to it with the other. The person to hold up the tray the longest, and without dropping any change, wins the amount they put on their tray. The bonus is that each quarter equals a 10 dollar bill...
After hinting months ago that he would scale down his role with The Tonight Show, Kevin Eubanks announced on Monday's show that he would step down as Jay Leno's bandleader, a role he's played for 18 years.
Conan O'Brien going to TBS
The announcement may have been the reason Leno made no mention in his monologue of Monday's other late-night news: