Sarah Palin, LL Cool J
Fox News Channel cut a segment about LL Cool J on Sarah Palin's new show after the NCIS: Los Angeles star pointed out that a 2-year-old interview had been "repurposed" for the program.
"Fox lifted an old interview I gave in 2008 to someone else & are misrepresenting to the public in order to promote Sarah Palins Show. WOW," he tweeted Tuesday night.
Sarah Palin to premiere Fox News series Thursday
Palin's Real American Stories, scheduled to air Thursday at 10/9c, will ...
American Idol continued its Tuesday night dominance, while NBC's newcomer Parenthood and ABC's Lost both showed improvement with CBS airing repeats.
A two-hour Idol drew...
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
Justified drew 4.2 million viewers Tuesday night, making it FX's biggest series premiere since The Shield debuted to 4.8 million viewers in 2002, the network said. The new drama ranked No. 1 on cable for the night in overall viewers and even beat the broadcast networks at 10/9c among men 18-to-49.
Fox won a slow night for the networks as American Idol's two-hour top 12 performance program drew 22.6 million viewers and continued its dominance among all 18-to-49-year-olds, according to Nielsen overnight estimates.
CBS placed second for the night, but saw all its shows fall in the demo versus their last new episodes...
Louise Lombard will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Jerry Bruckheimer's new CBS drama Miami Medical, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Lombard will play Karen, a woman who's rushed to the hospital with her husband Frank (George Newbern) when the balcony of their apartment collapses. Once the doctors have a look, they learn her condition is worse than expected, but she mysteriously refuses treatment.
Lombard is best known...
Erika Christensen, Lauren Graham
American Idol continued its winning ways Tuesday, while NBC's heavily promoted Parenthood had a modest debut.
Idol drew 23.5 million viewers over its two-hour broadcast and more than doubled its competition among adults 18-to-49, pushing Fox to another overall Tuesday win.
Parenthood, meanwhile, drew 8.1 million viewers, despite NBC's continuous promotion during the heavily watched Winter Olympics. The show retained most of its Biggest Loser lead-in (8.3 million viewers), which wasn't much of a boost, considering Loser was down 11 percent from its last episode before the Olympics.
The silver lining for NBC, however, is that Parenthood won the 10/9c timeslot in the demo, which was good enough to move the network to third place overall for the night...
Ellen DeGeneres' debut behind American Idol's judging table lifted the Fox hit's numbers as it remained Tuesday's most-watched program.
Idol's first night of Hollywood Week drew 27.7 million viewers, climbing 12 percent in the adults-18-to-49 demographic from the previous week and 4 percent in total viewers from Season 8's first night of Hollywood Week. Placing second at 8/7c was NCIS (19.7 million viewers), which took a small dip. NBC's Biggest Loser struggled against the tough competition in the first hour, but improved greatly in its second...
Henry Ia Cusick (Lost), America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), David Boreanaz (Bones)
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What the heck was Desmond doing on that plane? Any idea where the Lost powers that be are going with this? — Nora
MICKEY: I have some idea. If you'll recall, our friend Des has certain abilities that can supersede the time-space continuum. Is he really on that plane? When we pumped Henry Ian Cusick for scoop at the premiere in Hawaii, he would only say that off the island, Desmond is not happy. "The motivation has always been to get to Penny, and now he's got something slightly different. It's not about him, he's being more selfless. He's trying to help everyone," Cusick said.
Any Booth-Brennan dirt on Bones? — Nikki
ADAM: Obstacle No. 473 standing in the way of a Bones-Booth hookup: marine biologist Catherine Klein...
Daniela Ruah, NCIS: Los Angeles
If you're still mourning Dom's kidnapping on NCIS: Los Angeles, brace yourself: Another agent faces danger.
What's next for NCIS: Los Angeles following Dom's departure?
Tuesday's episode (9/8c on CBS) opens with Kensi (Daniela Ruah) getting shot during a robbery while she's at the bank. As a hostage situation unfolds, viewers get a glimpse into Kensi's past, thanks to a box of trinkets...
X-Philes and supernatural fans should enjoy this series, where some psychotic folks apparently aren't insane, just haunted by unresolved events from previous lives. It may sound silly, but thanks to a taut script and the talents of Kelli Giddish and Nicholas Bishop (think Mulder and Scully in reverse), this edgy pilot — about a troubled teen's recollection of an abduction-murder — plays somewhat like a non-conspiracy theory "X-Files" episode. Which is a good thing.
Read on for previews of Lost, Biggest Loser, NCIS: Los Angeles and Venom in Vegas.
Lost's sixth and final season premiere was up 12 percent over last year's opener, but American Idol continued to dominate Tuesday nights.
Read our Lost and American Idol recaps
Lost's two-hour premiere averaged 12.1 million viewers and dominated the adults-18-to-49 demographic in both timeslots. It was the ABC's best two-hour performance since November 2007. ABC kicked off the night with a Lost clip show, which pulled in a decent 10 million viewers.
Fox dominated at 8 o'clock, however, as American Idol's Denver auditions drew 24.4 million viewers...