The Walking Dead
Question: I am currently enjoying The Walking Dead and Homeland, both cable shows and therefore both with shorter seasons. However, after a couple of fast-moving episodes at the start, they've both come to a bit of a standstill. The Walking Dead has basically been stuck at the same place for the last couple of episodes, and Homeland now feels like they don't ...
Kelsey Grammer was at a Robert Plant concert in Los Angeles this spring when the rocker and his Band of Joy performed the track "Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down." Listening to the song's lyrics as he sat in the Greek Theatre audience, Grammer realized the song was a perfect match for his character on Starz's Boss, the mercurial mayor of Chicago.
Brian Williams, Jon Stewart
NBC kept ratings expectations low for Rock Center with Brian Williams — and met them. Well, maybe they surpassed them a little bit.
Emily VanCamp, Michael Emerson, Zooey Deschanel
TVGuide.com users have named their favorite new show!
Fall TV: Get the lowdown on this season's must-see new shows
Over the past several weeks, we've conducted a series of polls in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, asking users which shows they liked and which they didn't. The competition was fierce, but a champion has emerged...
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Emily VanCamp
Have you found a favorite new show this fall? Now's the time to tell us about it!
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
For the past several weeks, we've conducted a series of polls in our Fall TV Popularity Contest. Now, it's time to name a winner. But not before you vote!Were you charmed by the adorkable New Girl? Do you find yourself in constant need of Revenge? Still trying to piece together the mysteries on Ringer or Person of Interest? While those shows are vying hard for the top spot, Unforgettable, Terra Nova, A Gifted Man and 2 Broke Girls are right on their heels.
Look who's soon to be knocking on Max and Caroline's door.
Jennifer Coolidge is joining the cast of 2 Broke Girls as the new neighbor of Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs), Deadline reports. The recurring role of Sophie was...
Michael Emerson, Poppy Montgomery
CBS has picked up Unforgettable and Person of Interest for full seasons.
Unforgettable, starring Poppy Montgomery as a cop with infallible memory, is the season's most-watched new drama, averaging 14 million viewers. Person of Interest, starring Michael Emerson and Jim Caviezel, is the ...
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing with the Stars stomped Game 5 of the World Series, averaging 17.17 million fans vs. 14.32 million.
In the 18-to-49 demographic, though, Fox's baseball coverage beat ABC's program, which was spiced up Monday night by a spat between Maksim Chmerkovskiy and judge Len Goodman, 4.2 to 3.2. NBC's The Sing-Off pulled in 4.18 million (1.6) over two hours, Nielsen data shows.
Liz And Marie
Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs aren't the only 2 Broke Girls on CBS. Liz and Marie Canavan didn't have a penny to their name when they arrived in Bangkok on The Amazing Race after giving all their cash to a cabbie. So they were forced to walk most of the way to their destination, eventually leading to their elimination. "I think we could've caught up had we had money," Liz tells TVGuide.com. "We could've taken cabs and you saw how unpredictable that got." The twins did get two free cab rides — albeit too late — but they don't regret not asking for them earlier. Find out why — and why they love elephants.
Amazing Race's Kaylani and Lisa: We're shocked Marcus forgot the answer
How far behind Jeremy and Sandy were you?
Marie: Well, we were probably an hour behind them. An hour to two hours. ... We knew we were last.
How come you guys were so short on money when Laurence and Zac could afford two sets of bus tickets?
Marie: Well, we all started [the leg] with $186. When we arrived at that bus station, our cab driver wanted ...
What a difference seven days makes. Many primetime shows are seeing their ratings skyrocket when a week's worth of DVR usage is included — and network execs are scrambling to figure out how to adjust to a time-shifting world.
Now that DVR penetration has reached around 42% of viewers, it's having a real impact on viewership — and making the initial next-day ratings that everyone reports (which includes live viewing, plus only that night's DVR usage) increasingly irrelevant.
For example, when season four of FX's Sons of Anarchy debuted September 6, it attracted 4.9 million viewers, a good number, but not a network record. By the time seven days of DVR usage was counted, that number had climbed ...