Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Dracula's ratings didn't suck!
The new NBC drama debuted to 5.3 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the network's highest rating in the timeslot since Jan. 4 (excluding breaking news).
Bebe Neuwirth, Tom Selleck
Don't make the mistake of saying Bebe Neuwirth's incoming Inspector General will be "over" Tom Selleck's NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan on Blue Bloods.
Charisma Carpenter will guest-star on Blue Bloods this fall, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Buffy and Angel alum will play...
Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Wallters
The View kicked off its 17th season Monday, with new co-host Jenny McCarthysitting at the table for the first time in her new capacity.
If there's one thing that will help Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) get over the death of his partner Vinny last season, it's a hot new partner.
Michael Weatherly, Cote de Pablo
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves wants to make one thing clear: The network didn't let NCIS' Cote de Pablo leave the show without putting up a fight.
"We offered Cote de Pablo a lot of money, and then we offered her even more money," Moonves told reporters at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews Monday. "We really didn't want to lose her. We love her; we think she was terrific. ... Ultimately she decided she didn't want to do the show."
Cote de Pablo exiting NCIS
De Pablo announced her exit earlier this month, one week before the show was scheduled to begin production on its upcoming 11th season. She expressed her gratitude to the show and its cast and crew and said she would return for a few episodes to end her character's story. But how could CBS lose the leading lady of the No. 1 show on television?
"It was purely her decision," Moonves continued. "NCIS was the highest-rated show on television last year. We don't like losing anybody, but we did everything humanly possible. We feel like we exhausted every opportunity, and she just decided she didn't want to do the show."
Some other highlights from Moonves' executive session....
Mackenzie Lintz, Colin Ford
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Monday's episode of Under the Dome as well as the Stephen King novel the series is based on. Read at your own risk.]
Well, now we know the dome is infallible.
The military learned that the hard way during Monday's Under the Dome after shooting a missile into the dome in hopes of destroying it. Because the dome has begun to affect the outside world in various ways — namely the butterflies' sense of direction because of the magnetic field emanating from the dome — the military buses in those who were left outside of Chester's Mill to say goodbye to their families before sending in the mother of all bombs (MOAB) to destroy the dome. Instead, the dome proved resilient, destroying all the land surrounding the dome. Oops! With so many new questions raised this week, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Neal Baer to get the scoop:
Jenny McCarthy, Donnie Wahlberg
Blue Bloods star Donnie Wahlberg got a lot more than he bargained for as the result of a recent appearance on Jenny McCarthy's VH1 talk show. After some steamy banter between the host and her guest, the pair are now dating, People reports.
Michael Trevino, Matthew Gray Gubler, Michael C. Hall
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I know it's still early, but do you have any scoop on The Vampire Diaries yet? —Miguel
NATALIE: Sorry, Forwood fans: Even though Klaus decamped for New Orleans, Tyler still may not have a shot at a reunion with Caroline, who's quite popular with one particular guy at college. One problem: He's not a fan of fangs — for a very good reason.
I need some Criminal Minds scoop! — Lily
ADAM: If you didn't like Reid dating last season...
CBS has announced premiere dates for its new and returning fall shows, including How I Met Your Mother, The Crazy Ones and NCIS.