CBS topped Wednesday despite a series low from CSI.
The long-running procedural drew 9.5 million viewers and a 2.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down four-tenths from its last new episode ...
It's still unknown if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is considering to run for President in 2016, but if he does, he's not letting his large frame stand in the way.
During his interview with Barbara Walters and for her Most Fascinating People of 2012 special, Walters called Christie "overweight" to which the Republican responded...
Ozzy Lusth, Edna Ma
Some thoughts about what's on tonight, starting with the reality contests. Was CBS' Survivor just teasing us with that trailer that showed Edna the Meek possibly upsetting Ozzy the Cocky in the next Redemption Island challenge? We'll believe it when we see it, but it would be nice for something unexpected to happen. The final Upolu 5 have stayed boringly, rigidly loyal to their game plan the last few weeks, but now that it's down to the next-to-last episode (8/7c) — the finale airs as the usual multi-hour extravaganza on Sunday — all bets presumably are off. Could anything keep Coach from making the finals? And if Ozzy somehow is bounced as well, that would make the climactic tribal council more interesting — which isn't the same as memorable.
The well-spun mock-doc sitcom puts some ho-ho-ho's and yuletide yuks in the Christmas season with a one-hour holiday-themed outing. It'll be gifts galore for Michael when his nemesis, slumping HR vet Toby, takes a leave of absence. Better yet, this opens Dunder Mifflin's doors for one Holly Flax (Amy Ryan), Michael's true romantic flame, who returns to Scranton to cover for Toby. Talk about a Holly jolly Christmas. When a thrilled Michael insists the branch throw a bash for Holly's return, Pam must organize two holiday parties. Meanwhile, Jim comes to regret his decision to engage in a snowball fight with flaky Dwight. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of The Gruffalo, The Santa Incident, Thursday Night Football, The Apprentice and Barbara Walters Special.
Barbara Walters will make her first appearance on The View since undergoing heart-valve replacement surgery in May.
Barbara Walters is recovering after undergoing open heart surgery earlier this week, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
The procedure to fix a faulty heart valve "went well, and the doctors are very pleased with the...
2010 Academy Awards
82nd Academy Awards
Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin share the hosting duties for this year's extravaganza, but chances are they'll be overshadowed by another pair who've been making headlines recently: directors — and former spouses — James Cameron and Kathryn Bigelow. Their respective films, Avatar and The Hurt Locker, have split 18 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director, though they'll have competition from eight other Best Picture nominees, including Up in the Air and Inglourious Basterds.
Read on for previews of Barbara Walters Special, Big Love, Amazing Race and Hannah Montana.
Barbara Walters' Oscar special next month will be her last, ending a 29-year run.
Glee's midseason finale — and final episode until April 2010 — held a high note in the ratings.
Wednesday night's showing of the Fox musical series attracted some 8.13 million viewers — just slightly less than last week's season high.
Before Glee, Fox's So You Think You Can Dance brought in 6.66 million.
Check out our recap of Glee's finale episode of 2009
ABC's Modern Family returned with 9.62 million viewers, while other half-hour comedies...
Michelle Obama and Barbara Walters
First Lady Michelle Obama was named Barbara Walters' Most Fascinating Person of 2009, one year after President Barack Obama took the honor.
"It has been a whirlwind. But it's been amazing," Obama told Walters on her Wednesday special, The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009.
Jackson's kids, Kate Gosselin make "Most Fascinating" list
Obama noted settling into ...