Sons of Tucson

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Ratings: Tony Awards Lag Behind NBA Finals

Sean Hayes, 2010 Tony Awards

Basketball beat Broadway.

The National Basketball Association finals on ABC attracted a bigger audience than CBS' telecast of the 64th annual Tony Awards.

Despite familiar faces such as winners Scarlett Johansson and Catherine Zeta-Jones, as well as performers like Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison, this year's Tonys averaged 7 million viewers and a 1.2 rating in the 18-to-49 demo, an 8 percent dip from last year's ceremony.

ABC easily won the night thanks to... read more

Fox Announces Summer Slate: Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef on Tuesdays

Hell’s Kitchen

Fox will team up Hell's Kitchen with the new series MasterChef on Tuesday nights this summer.

Season 7 of Kitchen, the reality cooking series hosted by Gordon Ramsay, will debut Tuesday, June 1 (8/7c), and will run for two hours weekly until the premiere of MasterChef on... read more

Say Goodbye to Sons of Tucson

Sons of Tucson

While an official cancellation has not been announced, Sons of Tucson is likely joining 'Til Death on the dead series train.

'Til Death is dead: Series will not return next season

After Sunday night's episode, which drew only 3.13 million viewers, Fox has... read more

Sons of Tucson's Tyler Labine Joins CBS Pilot

Tyler Labine

Tyler Labine has had a change of heart about True Love: The Sons of Tucson star has joined the CBS comedy pilot, two months after turning down a role, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Sons of Tucson's Tyler Labine: "A lovable scoundrel"

True Love follows four ...
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Ratings: Breaking Bad Hits Series High, Undercover Boss Leads CBS to Win

Breaking Bad

The third-season premiere of AMC's critically acclaimed Breaking Bad was the show's most-watched episode ever, the network said Monday.

Bad drew... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, March 14, 2010

Sons of Tucson

Sons of Tucson
9:30/8:30c Fox
Three young brothers hire a dead-ender to play fill-in father (theirs is in jail) to keep from being placed in foster care in this entertaining new series. The kids are sassily, sitcomically cute and wise for their ages, but it's the goofily engaging Tyler Labine who drives the show as rent-a-dad Ron Snuffkin. In the opener, after doing everything he can to avoid his clerk work at a sporting-goods store, Ron heads to school to sign up the boys for class. He's also trying to dodge a thug to whom he owes money.

Read on for previews of The Pacific, Celebrity Apprentice, Desperate Housewives, Summit on the Summit and the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection Show. read more

Sons of Tucson's Tyler Labine: A "Lovable Scoundrel"

Sons of Tucson

As Ron Snuffkin on Sons of Tucson, Tyler Labine plays a financially strapped ne'er-do-well who poses as the father of three kids for money. Behind the scenes of the new Fox comedy, however, Labine bears significantly more responsibility.

"I never totally saw [Sons of Tucson] as clearly as when we saw Tyler Labine. When we found him, it was like... read more

Fox Lines Up Midseason Premieres

American Idol, 24

American Idol and 24 will return just days apart in January, Fox announced Tuesday in unveiling its midseason schedule.

Idol's ninth season — the first with Ellen DeGeneres taking over... read more

Fox Holds Open Casting Call for Two New Sons of Tucson

Frank Dolce, Tyler Labine, Troy Gentile and Davis Cleveland in the original Sons of Tucson pilot

The Sons of Tucson are getting a makeover: Fox has announced an open casting call to recast two young leads in its new midseason comedy.

Sons of Tucson stars Tyler Labine (Reaper) as an opportunistic slacker enlisted by three brothers to pose as their dad while their real one serves time in the pen for a white-collar crime.

Q&A: Tyler Labine mourns Reaper's passing 

Both the youngest son, 8-year-old Robby, and the ... read more

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Premiered: March 11, 2010, on FOX
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Three young brothers whose father is in prison get a slacker to pretend to be their parent in order to stay together and not have to go into foster care.

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