The Good Wife closed out its third season on a low note.
The CBS drama drew 9.83 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Sunday, dropping 11 percent from last week to tie a season low in the demo. In comparison, its Season 2 finale, which aired on a Tuesday last year, earned 12.6 million viewers ...
Tony Amendola, Jakob Davies
Once Upon a Time topped Sunday as the night's top-rated show, but Fox's 25th Anniversary Special doesn't have a lot to celebrate.
Returning after two weeks off, Once drew 8.8 million and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 ...
Jamie and Nary
Federal agents Nary Ebeid and Jamie Graetz started off nearly three hours behind everyone else on The Amazing Race's second Tanzanian leg, but — thanks to two Double U-Turns — managed to finish only 15 minutes behind. "I'd say it was a damn good effort!" Jamie tells TVGuide.com. "We made up several hours. It was hard for viewers to see how far behind we were with the tent thing last week, but we were hours behind. It was pretty awesome when we saw Ralph and Vanessa at the Speed Bump because it was like, 'We're still in it!' And then it was over!" Their elimination is sure to bring some smiles to the faces of Art and JJ, who are still peeved about the girls not admitting to using a kindergarten teacher's cover. "I don't understand why it's such a big deal to them that we didn't tell them," Nary says. "Like, concentrate on yourself." So why didn't they confess the truth? Find out below!
Harold House Moore and Leelee Sobieski
NYC 22 didn't collar big numbers Sunday, but it didn't sink as badly as ABC's Titanic miniseries.
CBS' latest cop drama drew 8.9 million viewers and ...
Our top moments of the week:
13. Most Intriguing Tease: How I Met Your Mother's exhaustive time-jumping episode wraps up with an emotional payoff when it flashes-forward to 2015 and shows new dad Ted cradling his infant baby girl. (All together now: Aw!) But the real tease is that Barney is very conspicuously hiding his left hand throughout the scene. We know he's getting married in the season finale, but will he still be...
Bubba Watson's dramatic two-hole playoff Masters victory drove CBS to a win Sunday night.
Delaying CBS' prime-time lineup by 51 minutes, the Masters pushed the network to an average of 10.8 million viewers and a 2.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
An open letter to Once Upon a Time
NBC was the only network to ...
For a day of rest, Sundays sure are exhausting.
Not that we're complaining, but good Lord! Things were already crowded with regular network offerings like The Amazing Race, two hours of Celebrity Apprentice, the final run of Desperate Housewives and our new addiction, GCB (which ran delicious back-to-back episodes last night). Then the TV gods went and brought back
Brendon and Rachel
They're back, bitches! Former Big Brother faves Rachel Reilly and fiancé Brendon Villegas are now kicking up the dust — and kicking some ass — on CBS' The Amazing Race.
Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy
Our top moments of the week:
12. First Time for Everything Award: It's good to know there are still firsts 14 seasons in. Dancing with the Stars' Len Goodman — the stingiest judge of all and recipient of about, oh, 99 percent of the crowd's boos — issues his first mea culpa to Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd for giving them a 7 last week. "I under-marked you," he says. "I watched it back. You did a great job." See? Len does have a...
Joey and Danny
For the first time in seven seasons on The Amazing Race, there was a battle for a Fast Forward. And just like in Season 13, the losers this time — Joey "Fitness" Lasalla and Danny Horal — ultimately got eliminated. "We just really wanted first place," Joey tells TVGuide.com. "If we didn't do the Fast Forward, I think we would've come in second, third or fourth, but we did it and we have to live with it." The friends say they "100 percent" regret going for it in hindsight, but know they were beaten by Dave and Rachel fair and square. See what else they have to say about their final leg, how close they were to winning the Fast Forward and why they're so much more than a Jersey Shore stereotype.