Emily VanCamp, Connie Britton, Nina Dobrev
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I'm going to miss Ashley on Revenge! Have we already seen the last of her? — Kate
NATALIE: No, Ashley will definitely be back, at least for the season premiere, in which she pops up at one of Emily's big parties. Look for her to share an awkward encounter with her ex Daniel, just as he seems to be as in love with Emily as he ever was. Meanwhile, Jack will be hitting the bottle extra-hard now that he's a single dad and knows the truth about Emily.
Love the scoop on Nashville. Got any other tidbits about what's next for Rayna and Deacon? — Kristy
ADAM: Both might...
On Big Brother, Survivor and The Real World, producers stick the contestants in a virtual fishbowl to find out what happens, well, when people stop being polite and start getting real.
CBS' Under the Dome is essentially the same premise, except that in this case, the fishbowl is literal and the show is fictional, based on the novel by Stephen King. It's the residents of Chester's Mill, an ordinary small town, who find themselves trapped under a dome of unknown proportions with no hope of escape.
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14. Worst Ode to Cops: After The X Factor's judges' panel walks out on 19-year-old Deangelo Wallace's painful audition, he calls them "devil worshippers" and steals a $3,000 mic pack. An uninteresting, low-speed police chase through Kansas City ensues before Deangelo is booked for the theft. We're not sure what's worse: the fact that Deangelo then sings about his arrest ("I'm getting arrested, but I'll be out in a few hours. I get to ride in the front seat! I'm a celebrity!") or that the whole sequence is scored to...
With no competition from The Voice this week, The X Factor topped the night Wednesday.
The Fox series averaged 9.4 million viewers and a 3.4 rating in the ...
Big Brother's Dan, Danielle, and Ian
[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of Big Brother. Read at your own risk.]
After 75 days of lying, backstabbing, and blindsiding, Big Brother has crowned a new champion....
Matthew Morrison and Melissa Benoist
Glee got off to a decent start in its new Thursday timeslot, but it was off from its Season 3 premiere.
Season 4 bowed to 8.1 million viewers and a 3.3 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down from last year's 9.2 million and 4.0 on a Tuesday. Glee, however, was the top-rated show ...
Unlike some reality shows, Big Brother tends to get boring and predictable in its final rounds. Thursday's episode bucked that trend as yet another player was completely blindsided by a move that rocked the house just days before the winner will be crowned. Plus: We get a look inside the jury house, and there's no shortage of drama there either. So, who went home? And how will the three players left standing deal with the aftershocks of tonight's move? Let's find out...
And Round 1 of The Voice-The X Factor face-off goes to... The Voice.
The NBC hit, whose expansion to a third night peeved Simon Cowell, drew 10.7 million viewers and a 3.3 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Wednesday, beating The X Factor's 7.5 million ...
It's time for a "surprise" eviction. Other than catching Shane without pants on and Danielle in her not-made-up-for-TV look, it worked pretty much like every other eviction show. So, who's in the Final 4? And who is the new head of household? Let's find out...
The Big Brother season is winding down, which means it's time for another double eviction! Will Dan follow through on his plan to blindside Frank? And what kind of ramifications might that have? Plus: Somebody else is also going home! How did it all come together? Let's find out...