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Ratings: CSI: NY Rises, Outlaw Falls

CSI: NY

CBS easily won Friday night thanks to another round of strong performances from Blue Bloods, CSI: NY and Medium.

Blue Bloods was the night's most-watched series, drawing... read more

ABC Pushes Body of Proof to Midseason

Body of Proof

ABC has pushed upcoming series Body of Proof to midseason, Variety reports.

Starring Dana Delany as a medical examiner who helps investigate suspicious deaths, the series was set to debut on Fridays at 9/8c this fall. The network has decided to delay it's debut in order to find a... read more

NBC Halts Production on Outlaw

Outlaw

Outlaw may soon be out of the lineup on NBC.

The network halted production on the struggling legal drama Wednesday.

Outlaw's Jimmy Smits pursues — and plays with — justice

NBC plans to still air the five new... read more

Ask Matt: Fringe, Glee,The Choir, Lone Star, NCIS and More!

Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv

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

Question: One of my favorite shows is Fringe, but I can't help but wonder if Fox could pull an X-Files switch. I'm thinking maybe it should be moved to Sunday nights at 9/8c. This was great for The X-Files and made Sunday nights so darn cool. Fringe has that type of feel, and let's face it: two hours of cartoons is a bit much. I have a feeling they could get a nice ratings spike as well. Curious to know what you think — and do we really need more CSI-type shows? — Michael

Matt Roush: Well, those are two very different questions. And one doesn't really inform the other. CSI-style procedurals are still the flavor of the decade — especially on CBS, which knows exactly how to feed its audience — and everyone wants to be in on this lucrative game. But a show like Fringe will always be separate and special, and Fox knows that. The network has done a pretty good job of nurturing the show to where it can go all-out this season. So far, the results have been spectacular, creatively anyway... read more

Outlaw's David Ramsey: Justice Isn't Red or Blue, but Someplace in the Middle

David Ramsey

If Outlaw's Cyrus Garza is on one side of a case, then best friend Al Druzinsky is on the other — even though they're on the same team. David Ramsey, who plays Druzinsky, tells TVGuide.com that although Garza, played by Jimmy Smits, may be conservative and Druzinsky liberal, the new NBC series is not about Red States vs. Blue States. Ramsey talks about why highly politicized, current legal issues make the show relevant, and how he hopes it'll open up people to conservations.

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Fall TV Popularity Contest: What New Shows Do You Like Best?

Maura Tierney, Alex O'Loughlin

Now that almost all of the new fall shows have debuted, it's time to weigh in on which ones you like best.

Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?

So far, ABC's The Whole Truth is the most-liked show in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, with 83 percent of voters saying they enjoyed it. If there's a show you liked more, it's time to speak up and vote.

CBS' Hawaii Five-0 is close on Truth's heels with 79 percent of voters saying they liked it. The CW's Hellcats is also in the race with a 72 percent approval rating.... read more

Ratings: Blue Bloods Opens Strong; Smallville Leads CW to Super Finish

Flex Alexander and Donnie Wahlberg

Blue Bloods proved to be ratings gold for CBS, as the Tom Selleck family police drama led the network to a Friday night win, according to early Nielsen estimates.

Bloods was the most-watched show of the night with 12.8 million viewers and a 2.2 rating in ...
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Weekend in Review: Blue Bloods on Friday, Dexter on Sunday

Tom Selleck, Michael C. Hall

To many, and for good reason, Friday is seen as a TV graveyard, a burying ground for shows with low expectations. But the networks aren't giving up on the night just yet. CBS, with its more traditional and very loyal (and yes, more mature) audience, can still do some business with its scripted series. And it can still remember what happened when a little sleeper called CSI broke out on Fridays, soon to change the face of the network.... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Friday, Sept. 24, 2010

Smallville

Smallville
8/7c CW
John Schneider returns for the series' 10th and final season with a message for his son, Clark, who has had a bout with blue kryptonite. Thanks to Lois, Clark will survive, but will Oliver?  The ever-tenacious Chloe desperately searches for Oliver, who was last seen trying to reconnect Watchtower's satellites, but her hunt leads her down an unexpected path. And then there's Tess, who wakes up to find herself in a LuthorCorp laboratory, which can't be good.

Read on for previews of Supernatural, CSI: NY, Blue Bloods, College Football, Outlaw and Fish Hooks. read more

Fall TV Popularity Contest: What Did You Think of Outlaw and Just Desserts?

Jimmy Smits, Gail Simmons

NBC's new Jimmy Smits-fronted legal drama Outlaw and Bravo's Top Chef spinoff Just Desserts debuted Wednesday night, and we want to know what you thought of them — and what you think of every new show this season.

Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?

Do you rule in favor of Outlaw? Was Just Desserts sweet or sour?  Vote now! And if you like either show... read more

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Premiered: September 15, 2010, on NBC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A legal drama about a Supreme Court justice who quits his post and returns to private practice, crisscrossing the country to handle controversial legal cases. A playboy and a gambler, the legal expert works with his team, which includes a childhood friend and liberal-minded attorney, an earnest law clerk, a lively private investigator, and an ambitious newbie with a conservative streak.

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