NYC 22

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CBS Axes Freshman Series Unforgettable, NYC 22 and Rob

Poppy Montgomery,Adam Goldberg

Following its pick-up of seven new series, CBS has axed first-year shows Unforgettable, NYC 22 and Rob, Deadline reports.

Unforgettable, starring Poppy Montgomery as a detective who has the ability to remember everything, premiered strong in... read more

Ratings: Desperate Housewives, Amazing Race and NYC 22 Improve

Marcia Cross and Scott Bakula

ABC topped Sunday in the coveted adults 18-to-49 demographic as Desperate Housewives grew in its penultimate airing.

Housewives earned 9.3 million viewers and a 2.8 rating, growing 16 and 12 percent, respectively. The audience was the show's second-largest all season, while the rating ...
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Ratings: The Good Wife's Finale Falls; GCB Rebounds

Archie Panjabi

The Good Wife closed out its third season on a low note.

The CBS drama drew 9.83 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Sunday, dropping 11 percent from last week to tie a season low in the demo. In comparison, its Season 2 finale, which aired on a Tuesday last year, earned 12.6 million viewers ...
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Ratings: Once Upon a Time Up; Fox's 25th Anniversary Special Underwhelms

Tony Amendola, Jakob Davies

Once Upon a Time topped Sunday as the night's top-rated show, but Fox's 25th Anniversary Special doesn't have a lot to celebrate.

Returning after two weeks off, Once drew 8.8 million and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 ...
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Ratings: NYC 22 Has OK Debut; Titanic Drags Down GCB

Harold House Moore and Leelee Sobieski

NYC 22 didn't collar big numbers Sunday, but it didn't sink as badly as ABC's Titanic miniseries.

CBS' latest cop drama drew 8.9 million viewers and ...
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Ask Matt: Grey's, Once Upon a Time, Southland, Fringe, HBO's Comedies

Sandra Oh and Kevin McKidd

Send questions and comments to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: I would love to know your thoughts on the Cristina/Owen storyline at this point in the season of Grey's Anatomy. It goes without saying that Sandra Oh and Kevin McKidd have been absolutely flawless and incredible in acting out their scenes together, particularly in last week's episode. However, do you think this is a case where the acting outshines and elevates the writing for the most part and makes it more nuanced that what is on the page of the script? While I enjoy watching Sandra and Kevin act opposite one another and while I will always root for Cristina/Owen to work it out in spite of their endless issues and this endless storyline, I feel that the writing has not been serving them or the characters we have come to know.

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Did You Find CBS’ New Cop Drama NYC 22 Arresting?

Harold House Moore, Leelee Sobieski

It's another cop drama!

CBS' new series NYC 22 takes viewers straight to the mean streets of New York through the perspective of a new batch of rookies on their first day on the job. There are those who take the oath just to put on the cool badge and uniform, those who come gun-ready, those connected to the streets and those who come from a long line of officers. Each and every one of them is... read more

Weekend TV Review: HBO's Girls Rule, Titanic Sinks Again, NYC 22

Jemima Kirke, Lena Dunham, Zosia Mamet

It took a special species to rescue HBO from several years in the comedy doldrums, when most everything (except sporadic seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm) felt overly precious or ironic and hardly ever funny.
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Creator David Simon Apologizes for Calling New Wire Fandom "Wearying"

David Simon

Creator David Simon is apologizing for calling fans who discovered The Wire after its HBO run "wearying."  

While discussing former colleague Richard Price, the creator of CBS' new drama NYC-22, in an interview with The New York Times, Simon was posed with the notion that many of the diehard fans of The Wire weren't actually watching the series in earlier seasons, but had rather jumped on the bandwagon late. "I do have... read more

The Biz: Will These Shows Sink or Swim?

David Caruso

As mid-season shows debut over the next three months, it will be crunch time for a number of series that haven't been tearing up the Nielsen charts. Here's what network insiders say are the shows on the bubble as execs look to set their schedules in May.

ABC
A second-year ratings fade may mean it's time to pull a sheet over the Dana Delany-led Body of Proof. While the network ordered an extra episode of Pan Am in order to keep a hold on the cast until May, its chances of returning next fall are as likely as an airport going a full day without a flight delay. Comedy Happy Endings doesn't do a great job retaining the lead-in from the mighty Modern Family, but ABC parent Disney has an ownership stake in the show and it's a favorite within the network's entertainment division — so a pickup for another season is considered a lock. And fan fave Cougar Town will get a final shot for renewal if it performs well in its new Tuesday time period starting February 14.

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Premiered: April 15, 2012, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Six diverse NYPD rookies try balancing their personal lives with their work on the gritty streets of upper Manhattan.

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