Jay Leno went out (again) on a high note.
The host's final Tonight Show Thursday drew 14.6 million viewers and a 3.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the show's biggest audience since Jerry Seinfeld visited the night of the sitcom's ...
Rake failed to hook viewers Thursday.
The Greg Kinnear drama premiered to a modest 7.1 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, losing ...
ABC has pulled The Assets after only two weeks, TVGuide.com has learned.
The eight-part miniseries...
In television, it pays to have faith — and Mark Burnett has enough to spare. Burnett's devotion to his shows has led to a string of hits, an enviable track record that makes him TV Guide Magazine's Producer of the Year. In 2013, his successes included ...
ABC has ordered four additional episodes of Shark Tank, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The unscripted series, which sees entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a panel of potential investors, has fared well in the ratings on Fridays. Its most recent outing...
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Dracula's ratings didn't suck!
The new NBC drama debuted to 5.3 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the network's highest rating in the timeslot since Jan. 4 (excluding breaking news).
Entrepreneurs no longer have to give up a piece of themselves to compete on ABC's Shark Tank. In past seasons, people who wanted to pitch their product or service to the panel of potential investors had to give up 2 percent of future royalties or ...
Will Shark Tank's Mark Cuban blow his chance at getting a deal with Breathometer?
In our exclusive look at Friday's episode (9/8c, ABC), a Silicon Valley entrepreneur presents his breathalyzer app that combines a device with your smartphone in order to read alcohol levels. Cuban makes an aggressive offer almost immediately, but when he doesn't let Lori Greiner in on the deal it seems the other sharks are ready to bite.
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It's time for a reality-TV reality check. Even top executives and producers admit that the genre has become tired — an overload of singing battles, food challenges, screaming housewives and dating competitions. "We've been in a huge reality drought," says Greg Goldman, the new president of Studio Lambert USA, which produces Undercover Boss.
The broadcast networks continue to coast on the enduring success of veteran franchises like Survivor, but they're not minting many new hits. In cable, the success of docuseries like the Real Housewives franchise and Love & Hip Hop has led to a glut of such shows.
But a shake-up may finally be on the way. CBS recently named a new head of reality TV, Chris Castallo, while Fox is looking to fill the top job in its alternative department (which infamous reality kingpin Mike Darnell vacated at the end of July). There's also a new head of unscripted TV at AMC, while TruTV and A&E, both big reality networks, have new bosses.
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When will Grey's Anatomy end? Although ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee stopped short of confirming that this season will be the show's last at the Television Critics Association fall previews Sunday, he did say that creator Shonda Rhimes is "planning a number of series outs" should any cast members not renew their contracts. As it is, the network hopes it will "go on for many, many years to come."