Jake Pavelka is winging his way to Sin City.
The former Bachelor star has signed on with Chippendales in Las Vegas, TMZ reports. On Thursday, Feb. 23 he'll begin as the celebrity MC at the...
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Question: Why do successful shows tinker with what is already working? Rules of Engagement has become "The Timmy Show," and The Big Bang Theory has become a show about Penny, Bernadette and Amy. What gives? — Kelly
Matt Roush: The easiest way to answer this question is to state a pretty obvious fact of TV life: If you don't tinker, you risk growing stale. In this case, tinkering means ...
Emily VanCamp, Michael Emerson, Zooey Deschanel
TVGuide.com users have named their favorite new show!
Fall TV: Get the lowdown on this season's must-see new shows
Over the past several weeks, we've conducted a series of polls in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, asking users which shows they liked and which they didn't. The competition was fierce, but a champion has emerged...
Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, David Cross
Whether or not it's up against The X Factor, Modern Family keeps winning Wednesday night.
Family sustained its strong showing, entertaining 13.42 million people and posting a 5.7 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — both highs for the night. A two-hour-plus rain delay pushed Game 4 of the American League Championship Series from the afternoon into prime time on Fox, postponing X Factor to Thursday night. The game averaged 9.44 million fans ...
How to be a Gentleman
Production on How to Be a Gentleman has shut down, effectively canceling the struggling series.
CBS moves How to Be a Gentleman to Saturdays; Rules takes Thursdays slot
The CBS sitcom, starring David Hornsby and Kevin Dillon, halted production after filming its ninth episode Friday, according to Deadline. Earlier Friday, CBS moved ...
How to Be a Gentleman
How to Be a Gentleman is taking its lesson plan to the weekend. CBS has moved the fledging Thursday night comedy to Saturdays, the network announced.
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Mario Lopez, H8R
The H8R-ade is over after just four episodes. The CW has pulled the rookie reality show off its schedule.
The show, hosted by Mario Lopez and executive produced by...
Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga
To borrow a phrase from A Clockwork Orange: Ratings for the American Horror Story premiere were "real horror show" — meaning, real good.
The new drama from Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk attracted 3.2 million viewers at 10/9c and slightly more than 5 million counting the encore airing.
Suburgatory scared up 9.81 million souls, according to preliminary Nielsen info.
The new ABC sitcom at 8:30/7:30c grabbed a 3.3 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, marking a 27 percent improvement over last year's tenant of the time slot, Better With You. The comedy, starring Jane Levy and Jeremy Sisto, follows The Middle, which was down to 8.55 million from last week's 9.35 million. Similarly, most of Wednesday's ratings were lower than last week, though to varying degrees.
Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn
Continuing with a weeklong look at how the new season is shaping up, night by night, with thoughts on the pilots and selected season premieres, among other goodies.
Wednesday in a Nutshell: Hey, Fox, save something for everyone else. That's the inescapable feeling as a new juggernaut looms in The X Factor, which many expect to approach American Idol levels, at least initially, if only because of the thunderous Simon Cowell-Paula Abdul reunion hype. This will not be good news for its ...