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Mark your calendars: NBC has announced the fall premiere dates for its new and returning shows.
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NBC announced its new fall schedule Sunday, and major changes include moving Revolution to Wednesday nights and Parenthood to Thursdays.
Below you can find NBC's new fall schedule, along with a list of pilots the network has picked up to series for the 2013-14 season.
The 2011 American Music Awards entertained 12.04 million fans — a 3 percent increase over last year — and posted a 4.3 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic, according to preliminary Nielsen overnights.
Pan Am lost some altitude in Week 2, recruiting 7.75 million viewers — less than three-quarters of its premiere audience.
The ABC program, which took off with 10.87 million aboard, scored a 2.5 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds Sunday night, a 19 percent fall from last week's 3.1, Nielsen overnights showed.
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Paula Abdul's Live to Dance high-stepped to No. 1 in the ratings. The two-hour premiere (starting at 8/7c on CBS) attracted more than 10 million viewers.
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During prime time's first hour Tuesday, Abdul's new show bested the kick-off of The Biggest Loser: Couples, which posted an all-time series low for a spring premiere with ...
NBC will kick off its fall premiere week with Chuck and two new series, The Event and Chase, the network announced Thursday.
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Chuck's fourth season will debut on ...
Gaines Adams, a defensive end with the Chicago Bears, died Sunday after he was taken to a Greenwood, S.C., emergency room, the county coroner told ESPN.
Two major NFL-related TV announcements came down Monday. Ex-ESPN anchor Dan Patrick is joining NBC's Football Night in America pregame studio show as co-host. He will reteam with his former SportsCenter deskmate Keith Olbermann. "I'm delighted to be reunited with my tag team partner," Olbermann said, and in an homage to a favorite SportsCenter catchphrase, "I can't stop Dan Patrick from working with me again, I can only hope to contain him."Patrick left ESPN last summer after 18 years with the company. He continues to host his eponymous radio show and write a column for Sports Illustrated.Meanwhile, over at Inside the NFL, which is moving to Showtime from HBO, James Brown, Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth were named cohosts. Brown and Simms will continue their work for CBS (which owns Showtime), as host of The NFL Today and lead game analyst, respectively. Collinsworth is a holdover from the HBO incarnation, and will remain on the Football Night in America panel and as analyst for ...
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At Monday's Sports Emmys, HBO led all networks, taking eight trophies. Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel was honored along with its Ghosts of Flatbush documentary and the network's boxing coverage.ESPN scored seven total Emmys (including three for ESPN.com) and Fox picked up five Emmys. CBS and NBC won three statues apiece.It was a big night for NBC's football coverage. Sunday Night Football's Al Michaels won best play-by-play honors and his boothmate John Madden took top analyst honors. Football Night in America co-host Cris Collinsworth was named best studio analyst. James Brown won best studio host for CBS' The NFL Today.Other Emmys went to Fox's Fiesta Bowl coverage along with NASCAR on Fox. ESPN's College GameDay won best weekly studio show, and TNT's Inside the NBA snared the Emmy for best daily studio show. J.R. Whalen