All eyes were on Superstorm Sandy Monday night, as many affiliates in New York City pre-empted their normally scheduled prime-time programming to cover the storm. Although the worst of the storm seems to have passed, surveying the aftermath has just begun. As such, several networks will again preempt their programming to continue to cover Sandy. Here's the latest info on what is -- and isn't -- airing tonight...
Emily Owens, M.D. got off to an OK start Tuesday, while NBC dominated the night with The Voice and its coverage of the second presidential debate.
Airing against the debate, Emily Owens bowed to 1.7 million viewers and a 0.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, building on Hart of Dixie's lead-in audience (1.3 million, 0.6), but it was down ...
Domo, Cody Belew, CeeLo Green
NBC scored its first Tuesday win of the season, as its entire lineup posted big week-to-week gains.
The Voice topped the night with 11.9 million viewers and a 4.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, growing 47 percent to hit a three-week high. Go On (7 million, 2.8) also saw a three-week high, rising 33 percent, while The New Normal (5 million, 2.0) climbed 18 percent and Parenthood (5 million, 2.0) surged 25 percent.
According to NBC, this marks the first time since ...
CBS ruled Tuesday from start to finish, as all three of its dramas once again topped their respective hours.
NCIS was the most-watched and top-rated show of the night with 18.5 million viewers and a 3.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, falling slightly from last week. NCIS: Los Angeles (14.8 million, 3.1) and Vegas (12 million, 2.1) fell about 10 and 16 percent, respectively.
Fox's Raising Hope returned to 3.9 million ...
Wilson Bethel, Rachel Bilson, Scott Porter
Hart of Dixie's season-long love triangle, well hexagon, finally came to a head at the end of Season 1, leaving the town doctor Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) with a major decision to make: Should she be with boy-next-door George (Scott Porter) or bad boy Wade (Wilson Bethel)?
Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney to guest-star on Hart of Dixie
McKayla Maroney is impressed with Hart of Dixie.
The Olympic gold medal-winning U.S. gymnast will guest-star on the CW series, Warner Bros. TV announced Tuesday.
Fall Preview: Get the scoop on your favorite returning TV shows
Laura Bell Bundy
There's a new Dixie chick in town.
Broadway star and country singer Laura Bell Bundy will appear in at least two episodes of Hart of Dixie, the Huffington Post reports.
Night Court's Charlie Robinson is joining Hart of Dixie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Robinson will play the surly Sgt. Jeffries, the grandfather of Ruby Jeffries (Golden Brooks).
When Ruby returns home to BlueBell, she'll quickly connect with Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson).
Sarah Michelle Gellar
At Monday's Television Critics Association fall previews, The CW introduced a new slogan, "TV Now." Fans of the youth network will have a bit of a wait, however, to get their fix since their fall season won't kick off until later than usual, on Oct. 2 with the return of Hart of Dixie.
Check out what CW chief Mark Pedowitz had to say about the cancellation of Ringer, the possibility of a series based on the uber-violent film Battle Royale and holiday cheer with the Muppets:
Nina Dobrev, Blake Lively
The CW has announced its fall premiere dates, including those for the highly anticipated new show Arrow, the CW's top-rated drama Vampire Diaries and the final season of Gossip Girl.
Arrow, which was the most-added new drama on TVGuide.com's Watchlist, will kick off on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 8/9c. Season 3 of The Vampire Diaries premieres the following night at 8/7c. And fans can venture back to the Upper East Side for Gossip Girl's sixth and final season beginning on its new night, Monday, Oct. 8 at 9/8c.
New Shows Arrow, 1600 Penn Trending High on TVGuide.com's Watchlist