On Wednesday's Survivor: One World, 25-year-old model Jay Byars sealed his fate by voluntarily eliminating himself from the immunity challenge.
James Van Der Beek, Krysten Ritter
There's not much to b---- about with Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23's ratings.
The comedy premiered to a solid 7 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, which is on par with previous ...
Betty White and Reatha Grey
Yep, Betty White's still got it.
The erstwhile Golden Girl's prank show Betty White's Off Their Rockers debuted Wednesday to 7.2 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic to give NBC its biggest audience in the slot since ...
Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair
You know how Ellis, the smarmy assistant-from-hell on Smash, has become the most reviled character on TV this season? That's only because most people haven't been subjected yet to Best Friends Forever, the poisonous new sitcom NBC is launching tonight (8:30/7:30c) in the deep, deep rabbit hole of its woeful Wednesday night lineup — which has already claimed the much more enjoyable (though virtually invisible) Bent, ending its run tonight (9/8c) after only three weeks of back-to-back episodes.
Survivor: One World's Jonas Otsuji is the last person you would consider a threatening player. The 37-year-old sushi chef was as mild-mannered as it gets (considering the lack of food and sleep), and didn't perform well during challenges.
Bent is still in bad shape.
After premiering to dismal ratings last week, the Amanda Peet comedy dipped ...
Let's start this week's rundown with some good news.
Like a bit of reality redemption, as the charming and freakishly talented Mondo wins Project Runway All Stars.
On May 16, Criminal Minds fans will be treated to a special two-hour season finale, CBS announced Thursday. The network also announced finale dates for other fan favorites such as The Good Wife (April 29, 9/8c), The Big Bang Theory (May 10, 8/7c) and How I Met Your Mother (May 14, 8/7c).
Check out CBS' full list of season finales:
Bent is all but broken.
The Amanda Peet comedy premiered Wednesday to a dismal 2.8 million viewers and a 1.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Its second episode fell to 2.4 million and a 0.9. The numbers are the worst for a new NBC comedy premiere all season. Whitney, Are You There, Chelsea?, Up All Night and Free Agents all opened to at least 6 million viewers ...
Sifting through the proverbial critic's notebook, a quick look back at some of the week's more memorable TV happenings:
Let's start with the death we didn't see coming: By which I mean HBO putting down Luck. With only two episodes to go in its underwhelming (though beautifully acted and shot) first season, the show was abruptly canceled two episodes into production on a Season 2 that probably shouldn't have been green-lighted in the first place. The reason wasn't ratings, which were dismal, but the third accidental death of a horse on the set (two died during Season 1). Which is...