Lipstick Jungle fans still in fear of the series' rumored retirement may have some additional hope to hold onto.
In light of renewed interest in the show, NBC has decided to move up its Friday timeslot to 9 pm/ET, Variety says. The new berth, however, sets Crusoe sailing out to Saturdays. The ladies of the Jungle will start primping in Crusoe's vacated hour starting Dec. 5.
Brooke Shields, Lindsay Price and Kim Raver, Lipstick Jungle
Or, to employ a different pun: Is NBC's Jungle expedition not necessarily over? Get the latest word, after the jump.
Christian Slater, Kim Raver
The end is here for My Own Worst Enemy and Lipstick Jungle.
Though NBC won't officially comment, multiple sources confirm that no additional episodes will be ordered for either series.
The double axing is hardly shocking. Despite heavy hype, the highly touted, Christian Slater-led Enemy failed to make friends with viewers, losing viewers each week. This past Monday's outing hit a new ratings low of ...
Rob Morrow, Numb3rs
Which Friday shows got tricked, and which received treats? Let's assess the goodie bags.
Ghost Whisperer won the hour this week with 9.4 million total viewers, a 537K dip from last week's season high. (See our GW celeblog for insight on You Know, That Rumor.) Halloween really scared away the reality fans, with Deal or No Deal (five mil), 5th Grader (4.6 mil) and Wife Swap (3.6 mil) all posting percentage drops in the double digits. Similarly, the CW's family friendly Chris (1.26 mil) and The Game (1.24 mil) each sank 30 percent.
CBS looked Ex-tremely smart, as an NCIS repeat not only doubled The Ex List's last audience, but also topped the hour in viewers, with 11.2 million. Lyrics (4.56 mil) and Supernanny (4.2 mil) both were down 17 percent, while NBC's Crusoe (4.17 mil) saw 30 percent of its audience wash away.
Thanks to the stronger lead-in, Numbers delivered 10.62 mil, a 17 percent improvement upon last week's season high. Trailing 20/20 (6.9 mil), newly relocated Lipstick Jungle (3.18 mil) kissed off 35 percent of its final Wednesday audience.
Wendell Pierce, Rob Morrow and David Krumholtz, Numb3rs
10 pm/ET CBS
Now that Charlie's FBI security clearance has been restored, he is back putting his brain to use cracking criminal cases.
Read on for previews of Ghost Hunters Live, Ghost Whisperer, Lipstick Jungle and Super WHY!.
Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes
10 pm/ET CBS
Call it "Indiana Jones and the Club of Doom." An Indy-like archaeologist is gunned down outside of a revered adventure club after he tells an eager group that he believes he dug up an artifact that unlocks the solution to one of New York City's oldest murder mysteries.
Read on for previews of Pushing Daisies, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Lipstick Jungle and Dirty Sexy Money.
Sarah Shahi and Damian Lewis, Life
In this tough, low-rated TV season, NBC is the first network to reshuffle its lineup. What's the Peacock's solution? Crime night!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, starting Wednesday Nov. 5, NBC will present a block of crime dramas: Knight Rider at 8 pm/ET, Life at 9 pm (moving in from Fridays at 10), and the return of longtime staple Law & Order at 10 pm.
Details on the other programming tweaks after the jump.
Lindsay Price and Carlos Ponce, Lipstick Jungle
10 pm/ET NBC
It didn't take long for things to heat up again between Nico and Kirby. But while Nico is enjoying her guilt-free romance, Kirby's plan to take it public isn't exactly welcome news. And things only get worse when she begins clashing with her company's new CEO (guest star James Lesure). Elsewhere, Victory finds out she isn't the only one with relationship baggage when Rodrigo tells her something surprising about himself, and Wendy's home life turns tumultuous once again after she becomes consumed by the John Lennon movie project. — Brie Hearn
For full episodes of Lipstick Jungle, visit our Online Video Guide.
Read on for details on tonight's Dirty Sexy Money, Project Runway and more!
Marcia Cross, Summer Glau and Kyra Sedgwick
I'd love it if you could give a "hint" as to whom on Wisteria Lane Desperate Housewives' Dave Williams has a vendetta against? - Barbara
Matt: Hint, coincidence or sloppy character-naming? You decide. George-the-nutty-pharmacist's last name was Williams.
I need scoop about what is going on with Cameron on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Sookie on True Blood. - Sarah
Matt: Tackling Terminator first, are you ready for some girl-on-girl action? Because the Oct. 20 episode finds Cameron slugging it out with another fierce fembot - all within the confines of an elevator. I need a cigarette already.
Mickey: I'm going to give you a non-spoiler spoiler about True Blood. I accidentally found out who the serial killer is the other day, and it kind of broke my heart. (Hint: It's one of the "good" guys.)
Have anything juicy on Gossip Girl? - Kate
Mickey: Remember how Nate and his mom helped The Captain escape prosecution? Well, I'm hearing that Mr. Archibald (Sam Robards) will reward their loyalty by… double-crossing them! Which is pretty crummy considering Nate almost became a manwhore to fix the family's money problems. Thanks, Dad!
Gary Sinise in CSI: NY by Eric Liebowitz/CBS
Wednesday's ratings rundown:8 pm/ETDancing with the Stars' second results show of the week delivered 15.7 million total viewers, topping the hour in demos as well. Bones dipped only a bit, placing second with 9.6 million. Knight Rider (7.3 million) slowed down from its TV-movie try-put, shedding 42 percent of that February audience.The New Adventures of Old Christine faced a new problem its Wednesday time slot drawing 6.7 million, a far cry from the 12 million or so it got on Mondays. (Lead-out Gary Unmarried debuted to 6.84 million, showing 102 percent retention.)9 pmCriminal Minds returned to 15.1 million viewers, a 19 percent surge from its previous premiere. America's Got Talent dropped nearly 2 million to place second with 10.2 million. Back-to-back 'Til Deaths averaged 4.08 million (down another million week-to-week), trailing ABC's David Blaine thing.10 pmCSI: NY dominated with an audience of 15.55 million, a 22 percent leap from its year-ago opener. Though it f...