On May 16, Criminal Minds fans will be treated to a special two-hour season finale, CBS announced Thursday. The network also announced finale dates for other fan favorites such as The Good Wife (April 29, 9/8c), The Big Bang Theory (May 10, 8/7c) and How I Met Your Mother (May 14, 8/7c).
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Tony Dovolani and Martin Navratilova
Dancing with the Stars had what head judge Len Goodman called its best premiere ever, but its premiere ratings are its worst ever.
Monday's Season 14 premiere averaged 18.5 million viewers and an all-time low 3.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down 13 percent from the fall premiere and a whopping ...
The Good Wife
CBS has renewed 15 shows for next season, the network announced Wednesday.
Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson
The Bachelor handed out the final rose to its lowest rating ever.
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Monday's two-hour finale drew 9.1 million viewers ...
Ashton Kutcher and Mike & Molly's Billy Gardell don't exactly look like brothers — but they share the same father!
Actor Francis Guinan, who appeared on That '70s Show as the dad of Ashton's Kelso, has just been cast to play Mike's papa. With Mike and Molly's wedding fast approaching, the man who abandoned his family years ago reenters the picture, which "will weigh heavily on Mike's big day," executive producer Chuck Lorre tells me.
The Voice had a smashing Monday night — and so did Smash.
Airing its first battle round show, The Voice snagged 16.7 million viewers and a 6.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demo to ...
John Cryer, Two and a Half Men
Chock it up to his induction into the TV Academy Hall of Fame. After a tumultuous year battling his former Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen, notoriously tight-lipped executive producer Chuck Lorre was in a decidedly chipper mood March 1 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, cracking Sheen jokes and spilling secrets about his show's upcoming plots.
Fox's rain-delayed coverage of the Daytona 500 drove down numbers for most shows Monday night, but NBC still has a lot to sing about.
Despite drops in both viewership and the adults 18-to-49 demo, The Voice (14.8 million viewers, 5.4) was the top show of the night, while Smash ended its two-week skid by rising to 6.9 million and a 2.4 (up 6 and 4 percent).
The Voice, Angie Johnson and Cee Lo Green
The Voice is still a smash. Smash? Not so much.
The singing competition show won Monday night for NBC, with 15.7 million viewers and a 5.8 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demo. It dropped a tad from last week's numbers (16.1 million, 5.9), but handily trumped all its competition over its two hours.
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Smash, on the other hand, fell again, nabbing ...
Smash, Megan Hilty
The Voice hit another high note, leading NBC to a Monday night win, but Smash failed to live up to its title in its second outing.
Smash drew 8.1 million viewers and a 2.8 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demo, dropping 29 and 25 percent, respectively, from its series debut a week ago. The show, however, still ...