The original team is getting back together.
Original Voice coaches Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green are officially returning for the fall cycle of...
Shakira and Usher
One day after Shakira confirmed she was leaving The Voice, it seems like she'll be sticking around after all.
NBC will pull a repeat of the last two cycles by having Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green act as coaches during the fall edition, while...
After this season, Shakira is trading in The Voice duty for diaper duty.
The Colombian singer, who joined the NBC singing competition this season, confirms that she is exiting from her big red chair to focus on motherhood. "I have to get back to my baby — give him some love and dedicate some time to him and...
So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dance returned down from last year on Tuesday.
The Season 10 premiere drew 5 million viewers and a 1.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down half a point from last year. The season finales ...
Cee Lo Green
There's no place like home for The Voice's original coaches.
How I Met Your Mother met huge ratings Monday with its reveal of the titular Mother.
The Season 8 finale drew 8.4 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up eight-tenths from last ...
Famous last words: "Nothing can go wrong," says Jess on Cece's lavish wedding day ‑ not accounting for the runaway horse, the badger on the loose, and the inappropriate soundtrack that factors into the buds plotting a "sabo" (Schmidt-speak for "sabotage") in a pivotal and blissfully funny second-season finale of Fox's New Girl (Tuesday, 9/8c). Schmidt has brought Elizabeth (Nurse Jackie's delightful Merritt Wever) as a date while having "eye conversations" with the conflicted bride, and with Jess's disapproving dad (Rob Reiner) amplifying the insecurities underlying his daughter's romance with Nick, there's plenty of relationship drama amid the raucous comedy. And while Fox hasn't made a secret of the celebrity cameo amid the wedding crowd, it makes for a fun twist and even better joke, a grace note for an episode that will leave fans happily awaiting next season. ... On the finale of its companion piece The Mindy Project (9:30/8:30c), Mindy plans to accompany Casey to Haiti on a volunteer mission, prompting a farewell party by Danny and his ex-wife. Not to worry; she and the show will be back for a second season in the fall.
Move over, Shakira: X-tina is back!
Christina Aguilera has reportedly signed a deal to return for the fifth season of The Voice, according to The Wrap.
Nathan Fillion, Stana katic
Time for some serious soul-searching on the usually glib Castle, so it must be the end of another season. "With any luck, this could be your last case," crows the tone deaf-as-usual Capt. "Sir" Gates as the boss lady celebrates the prospect of Kate Beckett being "headed for bigger things" — or so promises the FBI Deputy Director (guest star Kyle Secor) who recruits the sultry homicide pro for a federal task force based in Washington, D.C. And what would that mean for Beckett's still budding but not quite defined romance with Castle? "I think our plot just thickened," quips the mystery writer-turned-crime solver — though he's talking about the week's murder case, not yet aware of his squeeze's big opportunity. With Castle fuming over trust issues that expose doubts in both parties, Beckett is left at an emotional crossroads: "What happens when the music stops? What if all we were in love with was the dance?" ABC dropped the last minutes of the episode (Monday, 10:01/9:01c) from the advance screener, so it's anyone's guess what their next step will be.
Betsy Brandt and Michael J. Fox
NBC announced its new fall schedule Sunday, and major changes include moving Revolution to Wednesday nights and Parenthood to Thursdays.