Can you believe a month has already passed on the Biggest Loser ranch? Last week, Miggy said goodbye to her daughter, and this week she suffered another setback — appendicitis. After waking up to intense stomach pain, Miggy goes to see Dr. H at the hospital and comes home appendix-less.
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men's continued ratings success led CBS to a Monday night win, according to Nielsen estimates.
Bang Theory (15.4 million viewers) scored the night's highest rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, while Men (16.5 million) was the night's most-watched program. The strong lead-in helped...
Matthew Broderick is heading to the Beach for a new NBC pilot.
The actor has signed on to star in the network's multicamera sitcom pilot, Beach Lane, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show, which was green-lit Monday, will star Broderick as a celebrity author hired ...
Viewership for the 52nd annual Grammys rose dramatically, drawing its best audience since 2004 and continuing this awards season's uptick in the ratings.
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Early estimates show some 26.6 million viewers watched Sunday's telecast — a whopping 35 percent improvement over 2009's ceremony, which drew 19.1 million viewers. The big numbers led CBS to an easy victory, with ABC placing a distant second for the night...
Dawn Olivieri, Heroes
Naturally, Dawn Olivieri was bummed when she found out Lydia, her character on Heroes, was being killed off.
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But she also saw the bright side: Lydia's death could blow the lid off twisted carnival leader Samuel's master plan.
"My death was a chance for the audience to see just how far he's willing to go," Olivieri tells TVGuide.com. Lydia — a tattooed empath who can see into any person's soul — was the second member of the carnival to fall victim to Samuel (Robert Knepper), who earlier in the season killed his own brother and set forth with his egomaniacal plot.
This time around...
NBC has picked up pilots for an hour-long superhero drama and an office comedy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Cape, set in a fictionalized version of Los Angeles, follows a framed ex-cop who becomes a masked hero to clear his name and reunite with his son. The drama comes from Empire's Tom Wheeler, who will executive produce with Lloyd Braun and Gail Berman.
Conan O'Brien gets Justice on NBC
Outsourced, based on George Wing and John Jeffcoat's movie, is a single-camera office comedy about a recently demoted manager ...
Amid intense speculation over his next career move and Jay Leno's widely criticized return to late night, Conan O'Brien stepped down as host of The Tonight Show to his biggest audience ever.
The final episode netted...
NCIS: Los Angeles
Another Tuesday, another win for American Idol and Fox — but the viewer gap between Idol and NCIS is closing.
Down 12 percent from last Tuesday's episode, Idol's Los Angeles auditions still pulled in 24.2 million viewers, easily making it the night's most watched show, both in total viewers and in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. NCIS, while down slightly from its last original episode, was watched by 20.2 million viewers, the closest it has ever come to Idol's numbers on a given night.
NCIS: Los Angeles jumped 27 percent from its most recent new episode and drew 17.2 million viewers. A repeat of The Good Wife (10.3 million viewers) rounded out CBS' night and was good enough to help the network edge out NBC for second place...