John Goodman and Roseanne Barr
This fall, the networks want to party like it's 1992. It was 20 years ago that stars like Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Kirstie Alley and John Stamos ruled the sitcom world. Now they're all back, and signed on to star in new comedy pilots this spring.
The trend started this season with Tim Allen's successful return to TV as the...
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Question: I was really excited for Cougar Town to come back but disappointed at the ratings.
Courteney Cox and Busy Phillips
Can we give the Cougar Town crew an A for trying?
Despite the cast and producers' valiant guerrilla marketing effort for the long-delayed third season, the comedy returned Tuesday to 4.8 million viewers ...
Joe Anderson, Paulina Gaitan
ABC's thriller The River debuted to much weaker numbers than several of the network's other drama premieres earlier this season (and a couple of them got canceled). Still, it fared better for the network than any program in its time slot since the autumn ending of Dancing with the Stars.
The season's top show, NCIS, marked its 200th show with another big audience, while also trumping Fox's Glee in the coveted adults-18-to-49 demographic. The CBS ratings stalwart didn't set a series record, however.
Josh Dallas, Ginnifer Goodwin
Question: I've been watching Once Upon A Time from the beginning, and I thought by now, we'd start to see some real movement towards the present-day fairy-tale folks realizing that something was amiss. But it seems to be dragging and dragging, and while the "fairy tale" portions are fun to watch, there's nothing there that gives one hope that finally, someone other than Henry knows something's amiss. It's getting boring. Any tidbits as to when that ...
With the networks hunkering down before sweeps, Fox generally benefited from an all-new lineup, as Glee's Michael Jackson tribute episode grabbed the show's biggest audience since the season's start, according to preliminary Nielsen data.
Kim Kardashian has signed on for a new TV project, but this time she won't be playing herself.
The 30-year-old reality star has booked a multi-episode arc on Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime announced Thursday.
Skechers replaces Kim Kardashian with a dog for Super Bowl commercial
As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Kardashian will play Nikki, a new love interest for Fred (Ben Feldman) who is also starting a new business venture with his...
Cougar Town fans, the wait is over. Season 3 will premiere on Tuesday, Feb. 14, ABC announced Tuesday.
When the Courteney Cox-fronted comedy returns with an episode titled "Ain't Love Strange," Jules (Cox) is upset when Grayson (Josh Hopkins) calls her "predictable," and Ellie (Christa Miller) worries that Stan is coming a "devil child."
Well, that didn't take long.
After only two airings, ABC has pulled Work It from its schedule, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The poorly reviewed series, which starred Ben Koldyke and Amaury Nolasco as two out-of-work men who dress in drag to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps, debuted Jan. 3 to...
This is how much of a drag the premiere of the poorly reviewed Work It was: the show put up numbers worse than those that got its predecessor, Man Up!. canceled.
The new series — which has already been criticized by GLAAD and deemed "an instant early candidate for Worst Show of 2012" — posted a 2.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. That's 17 percent below the opening demo of the time slot's previous occupant, which managed to attract 7.7 million viewers for its debut, according to Nielsen overnights. (The series sank to 4.8 million viewers by its final outing.)