Megan Hilt, Katharine McPhee
Smash hit another low note Tuesday.
Two weeks after its feeble premiere, the musical drama drew 3.3 million viewers and a 0.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, plummeting 25 percent to a series low. Lead-ins Go On (3.3 million, 1.1) and The New Normal (3.5 million, 1.0) also ...
Emily Deschanel, Kerry Washington, Juliana Margulies
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I heard there may be trouble ahead for Booth and Brennan on Bones. Please tell me that's not true! — Hilary, via Twitter
ADAM: The couple did seem to be having some serious communication issues before Brennan got shot in this week's episode. I think you can put safe money on those issues not being quickly resolved. In the meantime, Brennan will also have trouble with another man in her life: new squintern Oliver Wells (Brian Klugman), who has some issues with Brennan's authority. "[He] is completely un-intimidated by Brennan. He does respect her, but he doesn't revere her," executive producer Stephen Nathan tells us. "That's a new thing for these interns because [Brennan] holds their future in her hands. He has so many degrees and is so accomplished, he doesn't need her. It's very disorienting and disconcerting for her."
OMG! Why is David Rosen being framed for murder on Scandal?! — Kate
NATALIE: We were just as shocked as you by the promo, so we got Josh Malina to fill us in...
President Barack Obama
President Obama will deliver the first State of the Union Address of his second term Tuesday night. The speech will focus on the economy and will stress the need for both parties to work together to solve the economic crisis, according to press secretary Jay Carney. The president will also tackle the hot topics of gun control and immigration, as well as education policy.
LL Cool J
NCIS: Los Angeles' March 5 episode, directed by Chris O'Donnell (who plays Callen), will explore the personal life of LL Cool J's Sam Hanna, whose wife, Michelle (Aunjanue Ellis), is back for...
Grey's Anatomy alum Kim Raver has landed the female lead role opposite John Corbett in the NCIS: LA spin-off pilot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
NCIS: Red will follow a team of mobile agents as they solve crimes across the country. The potential series will be introduced as a backdoor pilot on an episode of NCIS: LA titled "Red" later this season.
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John Corbett has been cast as the lead of the NCIS spin-off pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
This second spin-off in the franchise will follow a team of mobile agents as they solve crimes across the country. The potential series, titled Red, will be introduced as a "backdoor pilot" on an episode of NCIS: LA later this season.
Anjelica Huston and Jack Davenport
Bombshell? More like a bomb.
Smash crashed and burned in its much-hyped, two-hour, revamped return, drawing a mere 4.5 million viewers and a 1.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Tuesday. That's down a whopping 71 percent from its post-Voice series premiere last ...
Pauley Perrette and Sean Murray
CBS topped Tuesday with another big NCIS showing, while NBC's sitcoms slid to new lows.
NCIS returned to 21.8 million viewers and a 3.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down two-tenths from its last new episode. NCIS: Los Angeles (17.2 million, 3.1) and Vegas (11.1 million, 1.9) were both up.
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LL Cool J
In the next installment of Oprah's Next Chapter, LL Cool J will open up about his childhood abuse.
The rapper and NCIS: LA star first described the abuse in his 1998 autobiography, I Make My Own Rules, which detailed how a man who lived with Cool J's mother, would beat him and torment him psychologically...