Ken Marino, Casey Wilson
Marry Me engaged a pretty good audience Tuesday.
The NBC sitcom premiered to 7.8 million viewers and a 2.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the top-rated Tuesday comedy since March. About a Boy (6.2 million, 1.8) followed, up three tenths from its finale.
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Zooey Deschanel and Damon Wayans Jr.
Is a sexual harassment lawsuit headed Jess' way on New Girl?
It sure seems like it! On Tuesday's new episode (9/8c, Fox), Jess (Zooey Deschanel) falls hard for...
The Flash hit the ground running Tuesday.
The Arrow spin-off drew 4.5 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it The CW's most-watched series premiere since The Vampire Diaries bowed to 4.9 million and a 2.1 in 2009. Supernatural's 10th season premiere ...
Damon Wayans, Max Greenfield
America's Next Top Male Model? Schmidt (Max Greenfield) and Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.) are about to get a taste of the ...
John Cho, Karen Gillan
How I'd love it if any of this season's dismal new wave of romantic comedies, all vying to be the next How I Met Your Mother, made me LOL. Sadly, I'm more inclined to search for a "cringe" emoticon, especially where ABC's two new Tuesday night entries are concerned.
The less objectionable is Selfie (8/7c), a strained attempt to update Pygmalion to the Instagram era, but coming off more like My Fair Lucy — because this Eliza Doolittle, here called Eliza Dooley (Doctor Who's Karen Gillan), is silly and vapid beyond belief or tolerance.
Scott Bakula and CCH Pounder
The Big Easy drew a big audience.
NCIS: New Orleans bowed to 17.1 million viewers and a 2.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Tuesday, just a tad below mothership NCIS, which earned 18 million and a 2.9.New Orleans, however, was ...
NCIS: New Orleans
If you had a successful recipe for beignets, would you mess with it? Same rule applies for CBS's NCIS: New Orleans (9/8c), the latest transplantation of TV's most durable (and around the world, most watched) franchise. This second spinoff — forcing NCIS: LA to move to Mondays starting next week — of a series that was itself a spinoff (of the long-running JAG) hews strictly to the...
Jake Johnson, Damon Wayans, Jr., Hannah Simone, Lamorne Morris
Now that Winston (Lamorne Morris) is training to be a cop on New Girl, his loft mates are going to have to learn to live on the straight and narrow. But not before one last...
Jennifer Morrison, Tom Mison, Mariska Hargitay
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What will Emma and Hook's dating life be like on Once Upon a Time? — Val
The good news: The producers are going to let them go out somewhere other than Granny's Diner. The bad news: "It's going to be tricky for the two of them," executive producer Adam Horowitz says. "Just because we saw their feelings reach a new level at the end of last season doesn't mean that that's the end of the story." And Emma may be the problem. "Emma is obviously a person who has a tough time trusting people and letting her guard down," executive producer Edward Kitsis says. "Sometimes you may feel something for somebody but your feelings hold you back."
What sort of monsters will Abbie and Ichabod face when Sleepy Hollow returns? — Andre
Remember how Judas was paid in silver to betray Jesus? What happens when someone in Sleepy Hollow literally gets their hands on the same silver? ...
Zooey Deschanel and Max Greenfield
New Girl creator and executive producer Liz Meriwether is ready to lighten the mood this season, and it's safe to say she's not alone. "As my 13-year-old cousin said to me this weekend, 'Are people going to yell at each other less?' And I said, 'Yes,'" Meriwether tells TVGuide.com. "We all are just really trying to go for the funniest thing this year. I think the comedy is really our priority."