With the contestants whittled down to three, The Bachelor is gaining momentum.
The ABC program averaged more than 10.3 million viewers over its two hours (starting at 8/7c), beating CBS' comedy block and Fox's drama block. It was also No. 1 among women 18-to-34 and 18-to-49 for the eighth straight week, according to Nielsen figures.
Barney Stinson should sue for identity theft. Because there's a sitcom running around pretending to be How I Met Your Mother and failing dramatically. Let's say it cheap-suited up.
Unless you are among the headless, you too saw the similarities during last night's premiere of Mad Love. Not only does it ...
On Scrubs, it took more than seven seasons for Sarah Chalke's character, Elliot, to finally get the guy. On her newest series, Mad Love, it only takes one episode.
"I love that Kate is kind of a hopeless romantic," Chalke told reporters last week. "She seems like such an eternal optimist. She meets Ben and it's love at first sight...
On this day of hearts and flowers, I'd really hoped to welcome TV's latest rom-com with something other than groans and daggers. But if you want bubbly this Valentine's Day, you're probably going to have to pop your own cork.
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Sarah Chalke, Mad Love
CBS has moved the premiere of new comedy Mad Love up a week to Monday, Feb. 14, the network announced Wednesday.
Mad Love: Brittany Snow to play Sarah Chalke's sister
Mad Love, which premieres at 8:30/7:30c, follows Kate (Sarah Chalke) and Ben (Jason Biggs), who find ...
Sarah Chalke, Brittany Snow
Brittany Snow will guest-star on CBS' new romantic comedy Mad Love as Sarah Chalke's sister, the actress tells TVGuide.com.
TV's new romantic comedies: How to tell them apart
Mad Love follows the story of Kate (Chalke) and Ben (Jason Biggs), who find romance on top of the Empire State Building. Unfortunately, their respective best friends — serial rom-com best friend Judy Greer and Reaper's Tyler Labine — aren't too fond of one another.
"It's an interesting episode because...
Perfect Couples, Mad Love
Love is in the air on network TV. From NBC's Perfect Couples to ABC's Happy Endings, each of the big four networks have new romantic comedies to kick off the new year. How to tell the difference between the young love on CBS' Mad Love and Fox's Traffic Light? TVGuide.com has worked up a handy guide to navigate prime time's web of romance. (Just be ready for some TV sitcom déjà vu.)
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Perfect Couples (Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c on NBC)
Premise: Three very different couples try to figure out the definition of the perfect relationship.
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Mad Love, Judy Greer
CBS's new romantic comedy, Mad Love, lost cast member Lizzy Caplan before the series was picked up, but executive producer Matt Tarses says her replacement, Judy Greer, is a much better fit.
Caplan signed on for a role in the pilot. Due to her commitments on the since-canceled Starz series Party Down, Caplan declined to join Mad Love as a series regular.
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"Lizzy Caplan did [the pilot] as a guest role for us; she was never going to do it for the series," Tarses said Friday at the Television Critics Association winter previews. "The part, to be honest, was a little more of a part that fits...
Blue Bloods, Defenders
Two of CBS' freshman series, Blue Bloods and The Defenders, are trading prime-time real estate next month.
CBS announced Tuesday that Blue Bloods will air Wednesdays at 10/9c for one month beginning Jan. 19. To make room, The Defenders will then permanently move to Fridays at 8/7c starting Feb. 4, two weeks after the...