Rules of Engagement
It's another hail mary for the comedy that just won't die.
CBS has renewed Rules of Engagement for a seventh season set to premiere sometime midseason, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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After extended talks...
Fox easily dominated Wednesday with American Idol, winning the night in viewership and the demo.
Idol grew 7 percent from last week, drawing 17.3 million viewers and a 4.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
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Modern Family was the second highest-rated show, with a 3.9 and 9.3 million viewers. Lead-ins ...
Jim Parsons, David Caruso
CBS isn't expanding to a two-hour comedy block on Thursdays next season, but it is making a major move: Two and a Half Men, which has spent its entire run on Mondays, will head to Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c following The Big Bang Theory.
"We've created a super comedy hour," CBS head of scheduling Kelly Kahl said Wednesday at a press event about the network's fall schedule. "You've got the No. 1 comedy on TV ...
Two and a Half Men is Thursday-bound.
CBS is moving the sitcom from its longtime Monday home to Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c, following Chuck Lorre's other hit comedy The Big Bang Theory.
Taking Men's place on Mondays at 9/8c is 2 Broke Girls, which will be preceded by new comedy Partners.
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The Mentalist is also on the move, shifting into the Sundays-at-10 slot ...
Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons
The Big Bang Theory closed out its fifth season as Thursday's top-rated show.
The comedy drew 13.3 million viewers and a 4.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. It was down 11 percent from last week, but still trumped American Idol 's rating, a 3.9.
Idol was the most-watched show of the night, with 15 million viewers. Lead-out Touch, which was just renewed, was flat with 6.9 million viewers ...
The Big Bang Theory was Thursday's top-rated show again, but Fox took the night overall thanks to American Idol.
Big Bang improved 12 percent to 13.27 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. It was a great night for CBS as it saw growths for all of its shows.
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Fox edged CBS by two-tenths for the demo win with Idol (15 million, 3.9), which was ...
Sela Ward and Gary Sinise
It's nail-biting time for fans of programs that haven't yet been picked up for next season. As network executives make their final decisions next month on which shows to renew and which ones to cancel, low ratings across the board aren't making their jobs any easier.
It used to be pretty clear which shows were hits and what could be deemed a flop. But this spring, primetime ratings have once again slumped to levels ...
Amy Poehler and Bradley Whitford
Parks and Recreation returned after a month off in a new timeslot to the same numbers.
Now in the post-Office berth, the NBC comedy drew 3.5 million viewers and a 1.8 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demographic ...
Rules of Engagement
It's on, it's off, it's on again. Rules of Engagement has served as a true utility player for CBS, but that means it never has a permanent place on the schedule — and is forever teetering on the bubble.
Scandal may be a keeper for ABC.
Bucking the second-week slump that usually plagues new series, the ABC drama grew Thursday, drawing 7.5 million viewers and a 2.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Scandal topped the 10 o'clock hour, which included ...