Saving Grace's fourth and final season will kick off on March 29, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The new season will begin with back-to-back episodes, beginning at 9/8c. The following week, the show will settle back into its normal Mondays-at-10 timeslot.
Saving Grace to end next summer
The premiere date is a little earlier than the summer debut TNT indicated when the network announced the upcoming season would be its last. The season will be interrupted, however, by the NBA playoffs, which begin April 19...
Conan O'Brien will receive $45 million for himself and his staff in an exit deal clearing the way for Jay Leno to return as host of The Tonight Show, NBC announced Thursday.
About one-fourth of the money ($11 million to $12 million) will be divided among O'Brien's 200-plus staffers as severance, under terms of the deal announced on NBC's Today. O'Brien's last show will be Friday, and Leno will return to Tonight, the show he hosted for 17 years, on March 1.
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O'Brien will be allowed to appear on another network as early as September, but likely without such old friends as Masturbating Bear. ...
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NBC will replace some of its current programming chaos with lots of Law & Order.
The network's post-Leno-at-10 plan, released Thursday, includes a mix of scripted and unscripted programs filling up the prime-time slot. Law & Order will move from Fridays to Mondays beginning ...
Ugly Betty is moving to Wednesdays, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Fox's fall song-and-dance routine will kick off a week sooner, now that the network has moved up the season premiere dates for So You Think You Can Dance and Glee to Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Glee, which got a "sneak peek" this May, will kick off its official run with a new episode.
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President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama will hold a press conference Wednesday night, the White House announced on Twitter.
Among the Big 4 TV networks, ABC, CBS and NBC will all carry the press conference live at 8/7 CT, while Fox is sticking with a regularly scheduled broadcast of So You Think You Can Dance and directing viewers to its coverage on sister networks Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network via an on-screen graphic.
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Fox adopted the same approach for Obama's April 29 prime-time address to the nation, a decision that came in the wake of the Big 4's increasingly loud grumblings that ...
Dark Blue, Leverage
Some recent ratings highlights:
• America's Got Talent topped the night with 11.38 million total viewers, up 9 percent over last week. Lead-out The Philanthropist dropped another 15 percent, to 4.34 mil.
• The premiere of TNT's Dark Blue copped 3.5 million viewers, retaining an impressive 90 percent of its Leverage lead-in. Leverage's Season 2 premiere garnered 3.8 mil, a 24 percent gain over its series debut.
• Big Brother 11 won the 8 o'clock hour with 5.57 million viewers, down 17 percent from last week. ABC News' special on Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling placed third (behind a Bones repeat) with 4.38 mil.
• So You Think You Can Dance's results show drew 7 mil, down 750K from last week. NBC's The Listener (3.86 mil), in its second-to-last broadcast airing, gained 620 thou. (Following the July 23 airing, NBC.com will stream the final five episodes in August.)
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