The Bachelor hit season highs and won its two-hour time slot for the second week in a row as the show got down to two contestants for its finale in two weeks.
The ABC program, starting at 8/7c, averaged more than 11.2 million viewers, and its ratings were tops among women 18-to-34 and 18-to-49 for the ninth straight week, according to Nielsen figures. Besides Brad Womack eliminating one of the three remaining women, the show also included the announcement ...
With the contestants whittled down to three, The Bachelor is gaining momentum.
The ABC program averaged more than 10.3 million viewers over its two hours (starting at 8/7c), beating CBS' comedy block and Fox's drama block. It was also No. 1 among women 18-to-34 and 18-to-49 for the eighth straight week, according to Nielsen figures.
On Monday, NBC.com will premiere its second digital comic based on its struggling series, The Cape — with a cover designed by famed comic artist Alex Ross.
The story for the second novel picks up the saga launched in the first — further exploring the origins of The Cape, the fictional comic book character that inspired the TV character Vince Faraday (David Lyons) to assume the identity of his son's favorite crime fighting hero. We don't yet know this Cape's identity, but there is a little more back-story coming in this novel about who he is and what his relationship is with the mysterious Isabel.
The entire digital comic will be viewable on NBC.com this Monday as the network's valentine to its loyal Cape fans. Check out a sneak peek after the jump....
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Fresh off extensive promotion during Super Bowl XLV, in which Hugh Laurie did a misanthropic send-up of Mean Joe Greene's legendary Coke commercial, House won the first hour of Monday's prime time with 12.3 million viewers.
The Fox show's 4.3 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds was 16 percent higher than its last original episode, and its total viewers outpaced fresh installments of...
Jason Ritter, Sarah Roemer
NBC has pushed back the return date for The Event another week, a network rep confirms.
The serialized drama, originally scheduled to resume Feb. 28, will now offer a two-hour episode on Monday, March 7 at 8/7c. After that, the network has nine episodes left to complete Season 1, and the series will retake its original Monday at...
NBC has cut the initial episode order for The Cape down from 13 episodes to 10, TVGuide.com confirmed.
News is not too surprising: Ratings for the superhero drama have fallen steadily since the show's premiere in January ...
While CBS is making contingency plans because Charlie Sheen's in rehab, a rerun of Two and a Half Men pulled in 11.2 million viewers, more than any Monday prime-time show. Last week, another rerun had 11.4 million people watching, according to Nielsen figures.
Meanwhile, Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta showed up all other editions of Housewives in Sunday's season finale, which became the most-watched episode in the franchise's history.
Brad seems to prefer complainers (Ashley H. and Michelle) to cheaters (the departed Stacey). But by how much? Michelle had to rappel down the side of a skyscraper for her rose, and Ashley H. had to wait till the very end of the rose ceremony. And tonight, in Las Vegas, she has to go on one of those dreaded two-on-one dates (to Cirque du Soleil's Viva ELVIS show). Her competition: Ashley S., who won the first rose. Brad takes eight gals (including Emily, whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver) to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And Shawntel snares the one-on-one date. The good news: It's a shopping spree. Not so much fun: Brad wants to hear about her work. She's an undertaker. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of College Basketball, Shatner's Raw Nerve, Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, The Cape, Lie to Me and Greek.
After all the buzz about the buss on Castle, the ABC show wound up second in the the 10 o'clock hour to the upstart Harry's Law.
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Question: I've noticed the last few years that shows that were "summer shows" started bleeding into the fall or having new episodes in the winter. I think season 1 of Damages was one of the first. It started in the summer but did not end until the fall, which made it hard to stay with once the regular shows started up. But now other cable shows are doing this, including splitting their seasons and airing them at other times. The Closer, White Collar, Burn Notice, and now Royal Pains, which started as ...