The Voice topped Tuesday with its Season 5 finale.
The two-hour episode drew 13.8 million viewers and a 3.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up from last week, but down a full point from last fall's finale and half a point ...
"Full effort is full victory." Mahatma Gandhi
Being a super-fan of The Biggest Loser for years, I knew what an accomplishment it was to make it to "Singles." At the Week 10 challenge, Alison unveiled an assortment of colored jerseys, marking the end of team efforts, and introducing us to our new identities and start of individual efforts. It was time to take everything we had learned over the first few months on the ranch and apply it solely for our own benefit. Going forward, I had only my effort to count on.... and I really liked that new kind of positive pressure.
The Biggest Loser's David is finally realizing he needs to put himself first for once.
On Tuesday's episode, the teams are disbanded leaving everyone to fight for themselves. Eager to switch things up, the trainers also work with some of the contestants they haven't previously. One player, David, shares an intimate conversation with Jillian Michaels about losing his wife and always caring for others.
Follow David's Biggest Loser journey here
"You talk about everybody else and being the man everyone needs, which has gotten you here," Michaels tells him.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. closed out its fall run on a bad note.
The ABC drama drew 5.9 million viewers ...
You've probably heard the story "The Power of the Penny"... Take one penny and double it each day for just one month. At the end of the first week, you'd have a paltry $0.64, but keep going and by the end of the second week you'd have $81.92. Not bad. At Day 21 or the end of the third week, you'd see a $10,485.76 return. And by the time you hit Day 31, the last calendar day of the month, that day one penny is now worth more than $10.737 million. So what's the point?