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Ratings: Smash Opens Strong, The Voice Doesn't Falter

Smash

Smash lived up to its title, winning the final hour of Monday's prime time, and fresh off The Voice's Season 2 debut after the Super Bowl, it posted formidable numbers, making for a huge night for NBC.

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5 Reasons to Watch Castle's 1940s Noir "The Blue Butterfly"

Castle

Monday's Castle is taking its characters (and viewers) back in time.

Exclusive: Castle boss and Stana Katic dish on Castle's first muse

As Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate the murder of a treasure hunter who was searching for the elusive "Blue Butterfly" necklace before his death, the pair stumbles onto the victim's guidebook: a diary from a 1940s private investigator named Joe Flynn.  It's not long before Castle brings the old text to life by imagining himself as the P.I. who is trying to save a beautiful young woman named Vera (Beckett, naturally) from the notorious gangster Tom Dempsey (guest star Mark Pellegrino).

Since Castle and Beckett... read more

Monday TV in Review: Smash's Opening Night, Plus House, Castle, and More

Katharine McPhee, Megan Hilty

Resist the urge to pigeonhole or, worse, dismiss NBC's Smash as a "Glee for grownups." It's more original and exciting than that, bringing a thrilling charge of bold creative energy to network TV's mid-season that the fall largely lacked. Smash (premiering tonight at 10/9c, and maybe you caught wind of it during the Super Bowl?) is a musical show-stopper, a lavish and dishy wallow in the glittery yet ...
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Exclusive: Castle Boss and Stana Katic Dish on Castle's First Muse

Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Jennifer Beals

When Jennifer Beals comes to Castle as part of a February sweeps two-parter, she will be more than just one of Rick Castle's old flames.

Exclusive: Castle books Jennifer Beals for two-parter

When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) discover a murder victim who was apparently murdered by a rogue CIA agent, they quickly find themselves in the middle of a much larger investigation, led by Beals' Sophia Conrad.

"She is a CIA agent and, as we know, in Richard Castle's first series of books, a female CIA agent figured prominently," creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com. "So, of course, it would lead us to ask: Is Beckett Castle's first muse?"

Naturally, Beckett learning that she isn't Castle's first will leave Beckett with lots of questions about the will-they-won't-they couple's future... read more

Mega Buzz: A House Tragedy, a Housewives Baby-Daddy and an SVU Reunion

Hugh Laurie, Teri Hatcher, Mariska Hargitay

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Thanks for the preview of next week's House. Anything else you can tell me? — Alex
ADAM:
While lots of (deserved) attention has been paid to Jeffrey Wright's excellent guest turn as a neurologist deciding House's fate, don't take your eyes off the rest of the team. The incident that leads to the investigation leaves a major character fighting serious injuries that could upend his or her future on the show. And the crippling fallout will even have Dr. Crankypants uttering the words — gasp! — "I'm sorry."

Is Julie really pregnant on Desperate Housewives? — Jaime
NATALIE:
The promos don't lie, and neither do we. Susan is going to be a grandma. The surprise twist? The father... read more

Ratings: Housewives of Atlanta Hits Season High; Fox News Channel Marks 10 Years at No. 1

Real Housewives of Atlanta

Bravo is crowing about The Real Housewives of Atlanta scoring a season high, as well as the second-biggest audience in the franchise's history — 3.95 million viewers — on Sunday night. Season 4 of the series so far is up 14 percent in average viewership too.

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Sarah Jane Morris and Taylor Kinney to Guest-Star on Castle

Sarah Jane Morris, Taylor Kinney

Castle is taking a page from fellow ABC drama Once Upon a Time.

Sarah Jane Morris and Taylor Kinney have both been tapped to guest-star in an upcoming fairy tale-themed episode, TVLine.com reports.

Morris (NCIS/Brothers & Sisters) will portray... read more

Matt's TV Week in Review

Carl Lumbly

This was a good week for welcoming back familiar and much-missed talent to some very good shows. Let's start with one of cable's underdogs, TNT's gritty and gripping police drama Southland, which introduced Carl Lumbly (who'll always be Dixon from Alias to me) as the squad's militaristic new captain, Brucker. "Our job just got harder," grumbles one of the grunts. Bad for him, good for Southland. Pledging to command a pro-active patrol, with Mickey D applications at the ready for those who screw up, Brucker's mantra is: "We protect! We serve! And we kick a— till we smell s---!" Yeah, he's that kind of boss.

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Ratings: Alcatraz Has a Solid Showing in Week 2

Sam Neill

Alcatraz — which last week made Fox's strongest dramatic series debut in three years — didn't have too many escapees, losing just about 10 percent of its audience in its second week, according to Nielsen overnights.

It also fell just to 3.0 from 3.3 among 18-to-49-year-olds from the two-hour debut — making it the season's third new drama series to post a rating of at least a 3.0 in its second week (after Terra Nova and Once Upon a Time).

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First Look: Castle Gets Sexy

Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion

Perhaps no series is better suited to a 1940s film-noir homage than ABC's Castle, which goes back in time on February 6.

"Castle comes across a diary that links the events of a murder back to 1947," explains exec producer Andrew Marlowe. "As he reads, he pictures himself as a '40s P.I. and Stana [Katic, who plays Beckett] as a gangster's moll who owns a nightclub. Our fans will... read more

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