Kevin Bacon, AnnaSophia Robb
It's 2013, and with the new year comes a new outlook, new resolutions and yes, even new TV viewing habits.
Midseason TV: Check out the day-by-day schedule
Not that there's anything wrong with the shows you already love, but some scheduling changes have necessitated a rejiggering of priorities. While some series aren't continuing past the midseason mark — XOXO, Gossip Girl! Adios, Partners! — new shows are stepping in to fill the void. And since most of us didn't get a second DVR for the holidays, we still need to pick and choose how these new offerings will figure into our limited viewing time (if at all). Below are four of the busiest midseason timeslots and our take on what to watch, DVR, skip or just watch online.
It's a Wonderful Life
More than 5.5 million people tuned in to the holiday classic It's a Wonderful Life on NBC Christmas Eve, marking it the biggest audience for Frank Capra's 1946 film in seven years.
Gossip Girl signed off on a high Monday.
The CW drama hit a season high with 1.5 million viewers and a 0.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. The one-hour retrospective that preceded the finale also performed well, drawing 1.3 million viewers and a 0.6. Together, they gave the CW its ...
Beth Behrs, Kat Dennings
A double helping of 2 Broke Girls led CBS to a Monday victory.
The two episodes averaged 11.6 million viewers and a 4.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, with the second episode easily improving on Mike & Molly's numbers ...
CBS has announced the midseason premiere dates for returning comedy Rules of Engagement as well as freshman drama Golden Boy.
Golden Boy, which stars Theo James as a gifted cop who rises through the ranks to become the youngest police commissioner in New York City, will air a special preview on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 10/9c following the NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles.
NBC topped Monday with a double helping of Blake Shelton.
The Voice pulled in 12 million viewers and a 3.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down slightly from last week. Shelton's Christmas special ...
Angus T. Jones
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Question: I accidentally caught the opening scene of an episode of Two and a Half Men after The Big Bang Theory. There was poor Angus T. Jones telling Jon Cryer that he "had the clap" and was happy about it. I haven't watched the show in many years; I just got tired of it. But in light of the young actor's video declaring the show to be filth, I really had to agree with him. Am I the only one that doesn't want to see a child I've watched grown up in movies and TV talking about VD for a joke? Then I started thinking about the effect nine years of being immersed in nothing but sex jokes might have on your childhood and I started to feel really sad. It's not like I'm a prude, I thoroughly enjoyed an episode of BBT featuring bikini waxing and nude revenge.
Fred and Jennifer Savage
It's a very good week to be a Savage.
On the heels of the news that his baby brother Ben had signed on to star in the Boy Meets World spin-off pilot, Fred Savage and his wife have welcomed their third child....
Revolution closed out the first half of its freshman season on a good note.
The NBC drama, which hit a series low last week, rose 12 percent for its midseason finale, drawing 8.7 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. The show ...
Dont'a Hightower and Jeff Cumberland
NBC's first ever prime-time NFL game on Thanksgiving paid off Thursday — the New England Patriots-New York Jets contest crushed the competition.
Even though the game itself was a blowout (the Patriots won 49-19), nearly 17 million viewers tuned in, picking football over new episodes of Glee and The X Factor, as well as Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (4 million, 1.2) and the Spike Lee-directed Michael Jackson movie Bad25 (4.6 million, 1.2) on ABC.