Chuck - Zachary Levi
Call him Bartowski, Chuck Bartowski.
Chuck's Buy More geek-turned-intersect is about to add a new job to his résumé: spy. After three years, Chuck (Zachary Levi) is heading on a very important mission that will change his life forever. TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Chris Fedak to get the scoop on what's ahead for Chuck, Sarah and Shaw's romance, and Casey's future. Plus: What can you do to save the show?
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TVGuide.com: Will Chuck try to take on the Ring by himself now that Casey (Adam Baldwin) is gone? And can he really become a spy?
Chris Fedak: I think Chuck can definitely achieve being a spy. The question we struggle with — and one he struggles with — is: ...
This week on Celebrity Apprentice, the 13 contestants must open a storefront experience to help promote Kodak. The two teams, Tenacity (the women) and Rocksolid (men) must set up a shop to help re-launch Kodak moments by using their cameras and printers. Each team will be judged by their creativity, brand visibility and overall storefront experience, as determined by secret shoppers.
Days of Our Lives
Days of Our Lives has been renewed for a 45th season, which will run on NBC through 2011, the network announced Friday.
"The producers, cast and crew have worked tirelessly to make Days the ratings success it is today...
In his second week back behind the desk of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno continues to be No. 1 in late night. But the success isn't as sweet as it was before CoCo-gate.
Between March 8 and 12, Leno averaged 4.4 million viewers, trumping David Letterman's The Late Show, which averaged 3.8 million viewers. Leno also won out among the adults-18-to-49 demographic.
The downside: Leno's averages are down 13 percent in the demo and 3 percent in total viewers from the same week a year ago. Worse ...
Oh, Michael, what are we ever going to do with you? Often, I find our favorite boss' antics more annoying than endearing, but after this week's episode, I can't help but to actually laugh out loud.
In a blatant tribute to the hit film Glengarry Glen Ross (oddly starring the following NBC show's star, Alec Baldwin), Michael creates a game in order to teach the sales team a lesson about spreading the wealth, and being thankful for their client references.
I'm not quite sure where Tina Fey came from, but oh my god, she is brilliant. I can officially say that almost no episode of 30 Rock falls flat for me, and this one certainly didn't. I frequently find myself in tears, uncontrollable laughing fits, and the often spit-take or two. Her writing is sent from the gods, and the acting within this episode in particular deserves multiple Oscars (yes, not even Emmys are enough). Now that many of you think I'm a crazy, obsessed, neurotic fan, we can go on with the recap.
David Cook, American Idol
American Idol's first top 12 elimination helped Fox win an extremely weak Wednesday night permeated with repeats.
Idol drew 20.1 million viewers and was up 5 percent over the previous week's results show among adults 18 to 49. Its lead-in, Human Target (8 million viewers), was down a bit in the demo, but remained steady with its competition.
NBC took second place overall against CBS and ABC, which mostly aired repeats. Mercy (5.6 million viewers) was down in total viewers and in the demo, but Law & Order: SVU (9.5 million viewers) easily won the 10/9c timeslot.
CBS' only new show, Gary Unmarried, drew 5.9 million viewers...
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
Justified drew 4.2 million viewers Tuesday night, making it FX's biggest series premiere since The Shield debuted to 4.8 million viewers in 2002, the network said. The new drama ranked No. 1 on cable for the night in overall viewers and even beat the broadcast networks at 10/9c among men 18-to-49.
Fox won a slow night for the networks as American Idol's two-hour top 12 performance program drew 22.6 million viewers and continued its dominance among all 18-to-49-year-olds, according to Nielsen overnight estimates.
CBS placed second for the night, but saw all its shows fall in the demo versus their last new episodes...
NBC is rehiring the original Apprentice, the network announced Wednesday.
The non-celebrity version of the reality show from executive producers Mark Burnett and Donald Trump will return for a sixth season with a revised format. It will emphasize the country's economy by casting 14 contestants affected by the recession. The new cast will consist of...
Week 9 begins with a pop trivia challenge that has a lofty reward: a night away from the ranch at the Four Seasons. After a few standard nutrition questions, like which food is full of omega-3 fatty acids, the Blue team gets the final question right. Ironically, it's the team of mostly men that get to spend the day at the spa. To make matters worse for Black, they get stuck cleaning the kitchen and the gym. But leave it to Jillian to be the voice of reason. "You didn't come here to go to the Four Seasons, you came here to get 200 pounds off your ass," she says. Love her.