Kevin Pollak will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU.
TVGuide.com has learned that Pollak, 54, will play a judge who finds himself on the wrong side of the law. Lost and Damages alum Fisher Stevens and Murphy Brown's ...
NCIS - Mark Harmon
Better a late bloomer than no bloomers at all. NCIS proves that.
Bob Newhart and Mark Harmon
Four-plus decades after his start in television, Bob Newhart's appearance on NCIS attracted nearly 21 million viewers, just a week after its post-hiatus premiere nabbed a series-high 22 million viewers.
NCIS returned from hiatus to a series-high 22 million viewers on Tuesday, easily helping CBS win the night.
Live to Dance
Paula Abdul's Live to Dance high-stepped to No. 1 in the ratings. The two-hour premiere (starting at 8/7c on CBS) attracted more than 10 million viewers.
VIDEO: Contestant falls on head during taping of Paula Abdul's Live to Dance
During prime time's first hour Tuesday, Abdul's new show bested the kick-off of The Biggest Loser: Couples, which posted an all-time series low for a spring premiere with ...
Million Dollar Money Drop
A couple who competed on Million Dollar Money Drop earlier this week will be invited back to the Fox game show after it was discovered one of their answers was wrongly deemed incorrect, E! Online reports.
Contestants Gabe Okoye and Brittany Mayi, who appeared on the Dec. 20 episode, were asked to pick whether the Macintosh computer, the Sony Walkman or Post-It Notes were sold in stores first. The couple bet $800,000 on the Post-It Notes, but lost the money when the correct answer was revealed to be...
Million Dollar Money Drop
With reruns galore as Christmas approaches, TV audiences were down as Wednesday night's three top networks averaged fewer than 5.5 million viewers — and everyone else even less.
At 8/7c, first-run episodes of Fox's Human Target and NBC's Undercovers (still dumping the inventory after its untimely demise) reeled in audiences of 5.7 million and 4.2 million, respectively. Meanwhile repeats of ABC's The Middle and Better With You attracted 6.1 million viewers and 5.1 million viewers, respectively, and CBS' annual...
Skating with the Stars
Skating With the Stars finished falling through the ice, getting an average audience of 3.4 million people and hypothermic 0.8 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic.
The Sing-Off finale didn't exactly reach fortissimo, but it helped NBC win the night with its 2.7 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds.
NBC's holiday singing competition wraps up its second season tonight after two weeks of spirited performances by some of the country's top a cappella groups. In the finale, the winning group — which receives $100,000 and a Sony Music recording contract — is named, and surprise special guests perform. — Brie Hearn
Read on for previews of Martha and the Christmas Tree, Million Dollar Money Drop, Monday Night Football, Independent Lens, The Closer and True Life.