Troy Gentile, Sean Giambrone
ABC's new comedies did just fine without Agent Coulson.
Following a repeat of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs drew 5.4 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic ...
Amber Nicole, Carson Daly
NBC and Fox tied for the night Monday with The Voice and the World Series.
The Voice drew 13 million viewers and a 4.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down a tenth from ...
Dylan McDermott and Toni Collette
Simplicity can be a helpful thing for an effective thriller — and that, sadly, is an attribute CBS's overwrought, underwatched Hostages (Monday, 10/9c) lacks altogether. The more complications this show introduces, the sillier it threatens to become. It's hard to imagine a subplot of less interest than the money problems of foxy hostage-taker Sandrine ...
Iain de Caestekcer, Elizabeth Henstridge
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. took another dip Tuesday.
The ABC drama, which has steadily fallen each week since its big debut, drew 7.1 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down two tenths from last week. That didn't ...
David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel
Bones saw a small boost for its big wedding.
The long-awaited episode drew 7.5 million viewers and a 2.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday, up one tenth from last week.
NBC won the night with The Voice (13.4 million, 4.2), which fell three tenths, and The Blacklist (11.4 million, 3.0), which ...
Cee Lo Green
CeeLo Green slipped ecstasy to a 33-year-old woman while the two were dining at a restaurant in downtown Los
Angeles on July 13, 2012, police say. The Voice judge, 39, is charged with furnishing a controlled substance, a felony, and faces up to four years in prison.
Most Bones fans will likely agree with its title character (Emily Deschanel) when Brennan declares to her intended, Booth (David Boreanaz), "We've waited long enough." The wait is over, as the brusque forensic anthropologist and her impetuous FBI baby-daddy finally head to the altar — although for most of this endearing episode (Monday, 8/7c), nearly everyone in the Jeffersonian lab, including a full complement of returning Squints, is laying bets that the wedding will never happen. There's a new case, after all, and the real challenge is to keep Bones from becoming too distracted. Cyndi Lauper (returning as psychic Avalon Harmonia) is on hand to perform at the ceremony, but what she should really be singing is "Get Tempe to the Church on Time." There are additional complications and intimations of cold feet before the lovely finish, but Angela (Michaela Conlin) probably says it best: "You don't want your fingers to smell like death when Booth puts on the ring."
She's right. And: ew.
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Question: I'm enjoying The Blacklist thus far and would watch it for James Spader's performance alone, but I'm also enjoying the stories as well. NBC is sticking to a formula that has worked before, albeit on a sister network. The intriguing loner, at odds with a government agency, solving the case of the week with the help of his associates, with a through story that's addressed for a few minutes at the start and end of each episode, just enough to keep the serial nature of the story going. Am I the only one who thinks that The Blacklist is Burn Notice with a network budget? If the show is successful, NBC will end up as an expensive version of USA Network. Not there's anything wrong with that. — Rick
Cee Lo Green is going to be jealous!
A year after The Voice coach teamed with The Muppets for the holiday special CeeLo's Magical Moment, Kermit & Co. are joining forces with...
Federico Dordei and Kat Dennings
CBS saw some minor improvement with its revamped Monday lineup.
Airing behind How I Met Your Mother, which was flat with 8 million viewers and a 3.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, 2 Broke Girls (7.9 million, 2.5) rose 9 percent from last week's ...