NBC is putting out the call to find designers, builders, decorators and craftsmen to compete in a new home improvement reality competition.
The show, which is being developed under the working title Home Transformers, will split contestants into teams as they compete to rebuild rundown homes around the country. NBC hasn't determined the prize yet, but is characterizing it for now as "life changing."
NBC has put out an open casting call for this....
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President Barack Obama asked to address Congress on his promised jobs program on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 8 p.m., the same time as a scheduled Republican debate among presidential hopefuls. House Speaker John Boehner refused, and the president agreed to reschedule.
Big Brother watching is bigger than it's been in nearly four years. On Wednesday, the CBS program about backstabbing housemates scored its best ratings among several demographics (18-to-49 overall, women 18-to-49, and all 18-to-34-year-olds) since September 2007.
Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd
Game 6 of the National Basketball Association finals emerged as a slam-dunk winner in the ratings, averaging 21.07 million viewers on ABC, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.
Chris Powell, Rachel, Paulette Lambert
The new Extreme Makeover spin-off won Memorial Day, premiering to 7.06 million viewers and a 2.35 rating among adults 18-49.
Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss was the highest-rated show Monday and the second most-watched program behind The Bachelorette. The latest season of...
The Bachelorette is back, but not exactly setting the world on fire. The two-hour Season 7 debut featuring Ashley Hebert averaged 9.27 million viewers and a 2.8 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds at 9/8c — tying last year's premiere.
What Seth Meyers said about Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live over the weekend is no joke: He can't even win his time slot let alone the presidency.
Sunday night's two-hour finale of The Celebrity Apprentice got shellacked by Tom Selleck's seventh installment of the popular Jesse Stone franchise, Innocents Lost.
Christopher Meloni, Mariska Hargitay
CBS' already-canceled Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior hobbled to the finish, with its penultimate episode finishing second in total viewership to the season finale of the renewed Law & Order: Special Victims Unit at 10/9c. Minds' 8.35 million viewers wasn't enough to top SVU's 8.73 million. ABC managed 3.44 million for two half-hours of Happy Endings in prime time's last hour.
Survivor: Redemption Island
The granddaddy of all network reality shows might be showing further signs of creakiness, but Survivor: Redemption Island's finale and afterparty averaged 12.5 million viewers Sunday night.
The three-hour combo, starting at 8/7c, posted a 3.8 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, helping CBS easily win the night. The season-ender declined compared with the previous season's finale in December (13.6 million, and 4.1 demo rating). But while the show's audience has dwindled in recent years, the TV staple still manages to finish in the top 15, if not the top 10. It consistently attracted more than 10 million people for its usual Wednesday airing this season.
Interest is growing in American Idol as crunch time approaches. Wednesday's 90-minute performance show, in which the Lady Gaga-mentored final four performed the songs of Leiber and Stoller, averaged 22.37 million viewers and notched a 6.9 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds.
That's up 5 percent from last week in the demo and 1 percent from the comparable year-earlier program (which jumped some 17 percent in viewership from 19.2 million).