Landon Gimenez, Frances Fisher
ABC sees dead people big ratings.
After terrible launches for Mind Games and Mixology, the network saw huge numbers Sunday for the series premiere of Resurrection, which drew 13.3 million viewers and a 3.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the best midseason drama debut since Smash. It also posted ABC's biggest audience in the slot since January 2010 and the ...
Mila Kunis has signed on as a spokesperson for Jim Beam bourbon, the company announced on their Twitter page Wednesday...
Pharrell Williams, Daft Punk
The Grammy Awards grabbed its second-biggest audience in 21 years Sunday.
The three-and-half-hour show averaged 28.5 million viewers and a 9.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, edging out last year's audience ...
Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher
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Question: Now that the "traditional" network season is about half over, do you have any shows you've found to be either pleasant surprises (those you didn't think much of initially, but improved) or disappointments? I know that for me, the biggest disappointment has been (as it has been for many people) Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which is basically just the 21st-century A-Team. It's fairly entertaining enough, but if it were to disappear tomorrow, I wouldn't shed any tears. The two happiest surprises for me have been The Crazy Ones (which didn't sound like it would be good, and I quit watching after the pilot but have caught up and found it quite enjoyable — probably because they keep Robin Williams' zaniness in check and the supporting cast has proven very funny) and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I didn't really know much of Andy Samberg so wasn't that interested, but the early reviews had me check it out. I was very glad, too, because that's one new show I look forward to every week. I find it to be a worthy successor to The Office in its heyday. I'm also finding Almost Human to be getting much better from its middling premiere, though it's still not quite appointment TV. — Scott
The Simpsons topped Sunday with a huge boost from football.
Coming off the final wild card game between the 49ers and Packers, The Simpsons drew 12 million viewers and a 5.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, surging...
Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera
Our top moments of the week:
10. Strangest Showstopper: On The X Factor, it's not the three finalists that everyone is buzzing about but judge Paulina Rubio, who performs her song, "Boys Will Be Boys." Dressed in what appears to be an armored black teddy topped with marabou feather epaulets, Pau Pau is a vision in fetishwear as she prances around on stage, whipping ...
Survivor: Blood vs. Water closed out its 27th season on a low note, while Homeland's Season 3 ender hit a series high.
Pending football adjustments, Survivor drew 10.2 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down six tenths from last fall's finale and down a ...
[Warning: This article contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Family Guy. Read at your own risk!]
The Griffins got the best Christmas present ever on Sunday's episode of Family Guy, when beloved dog Brian — who was hit by a car and killed in an episode that aired last month — was brought back from the dead.
The Simpsons Get the White Christmas Blues
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas — but only where The Simpsons live. The long-running Fox series will celebrate the holidays Sunday, Dec. 15 (8/7c) in predictably screwy fashion: Thanks to global warming, there's no snow anywhere in the United States except in Springfield, where a radiation leak at the town's nuclear-power plant has resulted in lots of local white stuff. Cue the price gouging.
Robert Carlyle, Emilie de Ravin
Once Upon a Time improved from its series low last week.
The ABC drama drew 6.9 million viewers and a 2.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Sunday, up three tenths from last week.Revenge (6 million, 1.5) returned flat with its last ...