The hit summer festival of pratfalls is returning for a third season in three weeks, and this preview gives viewers a taste of things to come. Twelve single guys and 12 single women, paired up on blind dates, have a go at the extreme obstacle course, competing for a chance at the $100,000 prize. The gauntlets they'll run include Overdrive, Bruiseball and the evocatively named Love Handles Fling Set.
Read on for previews of America's Got Talent, Losing It with Jillian, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Justified, Hell's Kitchen and Life Unexpected.
Fox will team up Hell's Kitchen with the new series MasterChef on Tuesday nights this summer.
Season 7 of Kitchen, the reality cooking series hosted by Gordon Ramsay, will debut Tuesday, June 1 (8/7c), and will run for two hours weekly until the premiere of MasterChef on...
Gordon Ramsay has tapped restaurateur-winemaker Joe Bastianich and four-star chef Graham Elliot Bowles for MasterChef .
Ramsay's new competition series, which will air on Fox, puts amateur chefs to the test in various challenges as they try to...
CBS has ordered up Beat the Chefs — its first culinary reality series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The show will pit professional chefs against skilled ...
Fox will serve a third season of Kitchen Nightmares, the network announced Wednesday.
The reality series follows Gordon Ramsay as he travels to declining restaurants across the country to whip the owners, staff and food itself back into...
Lie To Me
Lie to Me will return with new episodes on Monday June 7, Fox announced Tuesday.
The Tim Roth-led drama series has been on hiatus since Dec. 14. The show's new episodes will be paired on Monday nights with freshman series...
The two-hour finale of Hell's Kitchen led Fox to its first Tuesday-night win of the new season.
Kitchen cooked up an average of 8 million viewers, but was strong enough to eke out a victory for Fox in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic. CBS, meanwhile, pulled in the most viewers overall, with its continually powerful lineup of NCIS (20.4 million viewers), NCIS: Los Angeles (15.3 million viewers) and The Good Wife (12.8 million viewers).
Biggest Loser averaged 8.9 million viewers over its two hours, but performed better in the demo than ABC's Shark Tank (5.4 million viewers), Dancing with the Stars (13.4 million viewers) and The Forgotten (7.5 million viewers). The Jay Leno Show improved a little to 5.8 million viewers.
On the CW, 90210 and Melrose Place were about average with 2.4 million viewers and 1.4 million viewers, respectively.
The death of a marine on foreign soil has the team in the middle of an investigation that also forces Ziva to confront her past. The tenuous connection between who Ziva was and who Ziva is now — and where her loyalties lie — has been simmering below the surface since the season started. It not only affects cases, but her relationships with both Gibbs (a relative father figure) and Tony (a potential romantic partner).
Read on for previews of Dancing with the Stars, Hell's Kitchen, 2009 Hip Hop Honors and Frontline.
The Good Wife
The Good Wife
The Julianna Margulies drama is off to a good start, attracting more than 13 million viewers each of its first two weeks and easily winning its time period. Tonight's case promises to be the most emotionally charged trial Alicia has yet handled. The reason? She returns to her old neighborhood to defend a former friend's teenage son, who is charged with a murder he claims he didn't commit.
Read on for previews of Dancing with the Stars, Hell's Kitchen, Parking Wars and Kings Ransom.
NCIS: Los Angeles
This drama has the distinction of being a spin-off from a spin-off (NCIS, which had its start in JAG), but that's not the only intriguing thing about it. Topping the list would be the pairing of LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell, who team up as undercover agents with the NCIS Office of Special Projects in Los Angeles. In the two-part NCIS episode that introduced the characters, agent G. Callen (O'Donnell) was shot at the end. In the series opener, he returns to work four months later and joins the team on a kidnapping case.
Read on for previews of The Good Wife, Warehouse 13, The Forgotten and Hell's Kitchen.