Question: I noticed that there are back-to-back new episodes of Modern Family this Wednesday night leading up to the premiere of the new musical drama series Nashville, while Suburgatory won't have its season premiere episode until the following week! Why did the TPTB at ABC felt the need to air two new episodes of Modern Family instead of premiering the second season of Suburgatory after MF and before Nashville? Was it because the network believes that two new episodes of MF running back-to-back together can make a more powerful lead-in to the series premiere of Nashville ratings-wise than Suburgatory, or is the network just that plain lazy with their programming schedule? — Chris B
Supernatural drew its largest audience since February on Wednesday, while presidential debate coverage dominated the night.
NBC topped the demo with its coverage of the first debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, averaging a 3.2 over two hours, according to early numbers.
Obama, Romney meet in first presidential debate
The CW, which was the only broadcast network not to air the debate, pulled in 1.8 million viewers and a 0.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for the Season 8 premiere ...
Marissa Jaret Winokur
NBC's Guys With Kids just added a girl. Marissa Jaret Winokur of TV Land's Retired at 35 will be giving Chris, Nick and Gary a tough time.
Winokur's character, Lydia Allmendinger (she sounds...
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16. Worst Pity Party: When things get overwhelming for Blair, er, Lisa Whelchel on Survivor: Philippines, she goes to a remote part of camp and starts complaining about how she's not fitting in with her tribemates. "I've been on my own since I was 12 when I moved to California to be on The Mickey Mouse Club," she says weepily to the camera. Now that's how you make strong allies on Survivor — bring up your Disney past!
15. Best Misunderstanding: Parenthood's Grandpa Zeek makes an...
Fresh off its third straight Emmy win for comedy series, Modern Family ruled Wednesday night, posting the best premiere rating of the season.
The ABC comedy drew 14.2 million viewers and a 5.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down only 8 percent from last season's premiere.
New series lead-out The Neighbors couldn't hang on to Modern Family's numbers though, dropping to a still-respectable ...
Jesse Bradford, Jimmy Fallon, Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson
Jimmy Fallon has showed off his free-styling skills in his hit "History of Rap," and now he's taking on favorite television theme songs of the past.
On Tuesday night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host was joined by the stars of his new sitcom Guys with Kids. After explaining why they were adamant about the show having their own theme song, Fallon burst into song starting with Anthony Anderson's personal favorite, the tune from The Jeffersons.
Just how involved is Jimmy Fallon with his new comedy Guys with Kids? Apparently, the executive producer is not only very hands-on, but voice-on too. It turns out that Fallon sang the theme to the NBC sitcom!
Over the years, Fallon has released two albums and honed his pipes on Late Night, Saturday Night Live and even a 2012 Primetime Music Special, so it comes as no surprise that the funnyman showed off his skills in the show's opening credits.
Zach Cregger and Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Dating your friend's ex can be awkward — especially if they don't even remember you!
Fall TV popularity contest: Will you make another playdate with Guys with Kids?
In this exclusive first look of Guys with Kids' Sept. 26 episode, Nick prepares the gang to meet Chris' new date (guest star Eva Amurri Martino), who happens to be his ex. Unfortunately, the reunion doesn't quite go as planned.
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 ...
Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson
Are you ready to learn the ropes of parenting with Guys with Kids?
Now that the NBC comedy has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new show this season.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
Can you not get enough of these three ...