Billy Burke and David Lyons
Revolution closed out its freshman season on a high note.
The NBC drama drew 6.3 million viewers and a 2.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, rising a tenth from last ...
The Voice topped Monday, but fell to a season low for a performance show.
The two-hour episode drew 10.6 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down 11 percent from last week. Revolution (5.8 million, 1.9) was flat.
Dancing with the Stars' finale performance show (14.7 million, 2.5) grew ...
Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons, Judith Hill, Caroline Glaser
The Voice began its live shows Monday, but dropped to a season low.
The two-hour episode drew 11.9 million viewers and a 3.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down four-tenths from last week. Lead-out Revolution (6.3 million, 2.1) rose three-tenths.
On ABC, Dancing with the Stars (12.9 million, 1.9) dipped a tenth ...
Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy
Bones and The Following enjoyed nice bumps for their season finales Monday.
Bones closed out its eighth season to 7.1 million viewers and a 2.1 in the ...
Elizabeth Mitchell, Zak Orth
Revolution held steady Monday after a week off the air.
The NBC drama, which was pre-empted last week for a Boston Marathon bombing special, drew 6.2 million viewers and a 2.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, on par with its last episode two weeks ago. Lead-in The Voice (13.9 million, 4.8) dipped ...
Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow
The Voice rose to a season high Monday night.
The two-hour episode drew 14.3 million viewers and a 5.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, posting the show's best rating since March 12, 2012. NBC's news special Terror in Boston, which pre-empted Revolution, earned 8.8 million ...
For CW President Mark Pedowitz, spinning off a show from his network's biggest hit was a no-brainer.
"I'm a big believer if you have something that is working and you can incubate it and find a way to get it on the air, it's a good way to get pilots done," Pedowitz said of the upcoming Vampire Diaries spin-off Sunday at the Television Critics Association winter previews.
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The pilot, which will air as an episode of The Vampire Diaries on April 25, will focus on Joseph Morgan's Klaus and the members of the Original Family of vampires in New Orleans. "Klaus was the founding father of New Orleans, and the show is set in that venue," Pedowitz said. "Klaus is just a great character and the Original Family has such dysfunctional family dynamics. We felt it was a great way to go to take the show."
Also on board for the show is Phoebe Tonkin's Haley, which Pedowitz said ruled out some rumblings about Tonkin playing the lead role in the network's Amazon, an origin-story take on Wonder Woman....
Janice Renee, Al Milstein and Bob Barker
Truth or Consequences, one of the most popular game shows from the early days of TV, could be making a comeback. The Gurin Company, which produces Oh Sit! for The CW, has licensed the rights to the show and is currently shopping it to networks.
"Truth or Consequences is a great collection of game, stunt, hidden camera, reunions, surprises, strange talents and unique guests," says Phil Gurin, president and CEO of The Gurin Company. "It's just a really fun show. We're taking the original show and making it bigger."
Truth or Consequences ran for 38 years on radio and TV, including on both CBS and NBC, and later in syndication. The show, which Gurin licensed from Ralph Edwards Productions (which launched it on radio in 1939), was Bob Barker's first TV job in 1956. A town in New Mexico renamed itself Truth or Consequences, N.M., in homage and is still called that to this day.
The game show puts ordinary people in...
Supernatural drew its largest audience since February on Wednesday, while presidential debate coverage dominated the night.
NBC topped the demo with its coverage of the first debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, averaging a 3.2 over two hours, according to early numbers.
Obama, Romney meet in first presidential debate
The CW, which was the only broadcast network not to air the debate, pulled in 1.8 million viewers and a 0.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for the Season 8 premiere ...
It's finale week on The CW's Oh Sit!, and what better way to go out than with a performance from the network's own star, The Vampire Diaries' Kat Graham?
In the video below, Graham sings her hit song "Heartkiller." Her performance is the culmination of the show's weekly guest artists, which have included Far East Movement, Neon Hitch and Orianthi, among others.