Live to Dance

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Paula Abdul to (Finally!) Guest-Judge So You Think You Can Dance

Paula Abdul

After 10 seasons, Paula Abdul will finally make her debut as a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance Tuesday, Fox announced Monday.

"It's the girl I've... read more

Paula Abdul Signs On as X Factor Judge

Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul has signed on to join The X Factor judges table, Fox announced Sunday.

The deal reunites the former American Idol judge with Simon Cowell, who will judge and executive-produce X Factor. Abdul, 48, and Cowell, 51, worked together on Idol for eight seasons before Abdul left in 2009. Cowell departed the next year to launch The X Factor in the U.S. after working on the original U.K. version for seven seasons.

Nicole Scherzinger, Steve Jones named X Factor co-hosts

"This show would never have been the same without Paula and I can't believe I am... read more

Ratings: Mr. Sunshine Casts a Long Shadow

Matthew Perry

How many friends does Chandler still have? Well, it turns out Matthew Perry had nearly 10.6 million who checked out the premiere of his new series, Mr. Sunshine.

Taking the timeslot (9:30/8:30c) usually occupied by fellow Friends alum Courteney Cox's sitcom, his show greatly improved on her numbers; last week, Cougar Town got 6.6 million. The last time ABC did so well during that half-hour was... read more

Ratings: American Idol Laps The Field, But Declines

American Idol

While American Idol lapped the field, its Wednesday night edition declined slightly yet again, attracting 24.9 million viewers. Last week it got 25.2 million, which was down less than a million from its Season 10 premiere a week earlier.

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Ratings: American Idol Cuts Its Losses

American Idol - Scott Dangerfield

American Idol may be recovering its land legs, pulling in 25.2 million viewers on Wednesday night, down less than a million from its Season 10 premiere a week earlier, but still more than all of its network competition combined.

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011

American Idol

American Idol
8/7c Fox
The gold rush continues. Gold tickets and the hope for golden vocals were the name of the game when Season 10 kicked off last week with preliminary auditions in the New York-New Jersey area and then New Orleans. A new crop of fresh-faced hopefuls tried to secure that elusive gold ticket — their coveted pass to Hollywood and the next round. Meanwhile, the new-look judges are gradually forging their series identities and dynamic, and the early going suggests this post-Cowell world will likely be warmer and fuzzier and perhaps more nurturing. Tonight, it's two hours of resumed off-beat open auditions in the season's third episode. — Dean Maurer

Read on for previews of Silencing the Song: An Afghan Fallen Star, Criminal Minds, Hot in Cleveland, Live to Dance, The Traveler's Guide to Life and Being Erica. read more

Ratings: American Idol Debut Is Down Again

American Idol

Did Simon get while the gettin' was good? Season 10 of American Idol debuted to 26.1 million people, down 13 percent from last year's 29.9 million.

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Poll: Which New Mid-Season Show Is Your Favorite?

Off the Map

Now that a few new series have hit the air, we want to know which one has you glued to your tube. Do the dreamy, life-saving docs of Off the Map make you want to head to the jungle? Or do the super-hero adventures of The Cape and hard-hitting blows on Lights Out get your blood pumping? Does Paula Abdul's Live to Dance make you want to get up on your feet? Or does legal dramedy Harry's Law get you excited for upcoming court appearances? Let us know which new show is your favorite so far after the jump... read more

President Skews Ratings; Off the Map Debuts Weakly

Off The Map

President Barack Obama's speech at the Tucson, Ariz., memorial for the victims of last weekend's shooting skewed Wednesday's prime-time ratings, throwing people off the trail of their regular shows.

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Matt's TV Week in Review

Oprah

Happy New Year! Or should we say: Happy Oprah Year!

I don't know how you spent your first few days of 2011, but I was immersed — or perhaps baptized is a better word — in the launch of OWN, which isn't just another cable channel. The Oprah Winfrey Network is a crusade, on a mission of unyielding and unapologetic uplift, inviting us into an electronic big-tent revival where each weepy show should come with its own supply of Kleenex and where all of Oprah's ambassadors stay relentlessly on message... read more

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Premiered: January 04, 2011, on CBS
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Premise: A dance contest in which 18 dance acts compete against each other for a $500,000 prize. Each week, six acts face each other with two (one chosen by judges, and one chosen by viewers) advancing to face the winners of the subsequent rounds. Based on the British series "Got to Dance."

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