The Bible and Vikings made History last month in more ways than one. Both the religious miniseries and the period drama helped the channel ascend to the No. 1 spot among cable networks during March. That means less than a year after Hatfields & McCoys launched History into the scripted world, the channel is now three-for-three with original dramas.
History has come a long way from the days when it was mostly known for running...
So You Think You Can Dance
People invoke the catchphrase, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," when they want something to remain a secret. But now that the grueling audition process and Las Vegas callbacks are over, we get to meet the Top 10 dancers — and how many of them will want to keep news like that under wraps? Of course, from here on out it's no picnic, especially with the elimination rounds starting next week, but at least for one night, these hopefuls can relax and enjoy the fruits of their hard work.
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Michael, Fiona and Sam are back for a fourth season as the show moves to a new 9/8c time slot. In the premiere, the trio take on bodyguard duties for a lawyer, who needs protection from a biker gang. And, as always, there's new intrigue for Michael as he works to thwart a looming terrorist threat and is forced to take on an unlikely partner.
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