CBS' Monday lineup continues to struggle.
Hostages slid even further Monday to a dangerously low 5.2 million viewers and 1.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, dropping 20 percent. Save for How I Met Your Mother (7.4 million, 2.9), the rest of CBS' comedies ...
Until CBS stops going for Broke, it may be hard for Mom, one of the season's more promising and pungent new comedies, to get the break it, and the title character, deserves. What's happening to CBS on Monday with its once-dominant comedy lineup is a slow-fade version of the freefall NBC experienced with its Thursday lineup in the wake of Friends. Holding on to shows too long (How I Met Your Mother, which could have wrapped this whole thing way earlier), promoting shows too soon with too little to offer (the shrill and increasingly charmless 2 Broke Girls), making odd decisions like keeping the award-winning Mike & Molly on the shelf in favor of an insta-dud like the abysmal We Are Men, this is one of those rare nights when CBS's programming acumen has mostly crapped out. (Monday's loss is, of course, Thursday's gain, with former Monday anchors The Big Bang Theory and, to a lesser degree these days, the played-out Two and a Half Men helping get early sampling for newbies The Millers and The Crazy Ones.)
Carson Daly and Siri Pinter
Carson Daly and Siri Pinter have decided to make it official. The longtime couple, who have two children together, are engaged to be married, Us Weekly reports.
Now that he's won three seasons of The Voice in a row, all three coaches seem to be working together against Blake Shelton to keep the country crooner from taking home a fourth victory. But on next week's new episodes (Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c on NBC), Adam Levine seems to...
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. took a big tumble in its second week.
The ABC series, which posted the biggest drama debut in four years, pulled in 8.4 million viewers and a 3.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Tuesday, dropping 34 percent from last week. S.H.I.E.L.D. placed third in the timeslot
Kaley Cuoco isn't the only talented member of her family. Her younger sister Briana auditioned for The Voice during Monday night's episode.
Briana has served as Kaley's personal assistant and even choreographed last year's awesome Big Bang Theory flashmob in which the cast and crew took on "Call Me Maybe" and other songs during an episode taping. Briana has also guest-starred on The Mentalist, The Newsroom in addition to The Big Bang Theory.
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Check out Briana's successful audition below, in which both Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green turn their chairs around. Find out which coach she chose:
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The Blacklist looks like it's on its way to the pickup list.
The NBC drama drew 12.1 million and a 3.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday, slipping a mere 5 percent from last week's series premiere. Lead-in The Voice (14.2 million, 4.6) dropped 10 percent.
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Fellow freshman series Sleepy Hollow (7.9 million, 3.0) also performed well ...
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Among last week's more encouraging TV signs: On the first Tuesday of the official fall season, it felt a bit like a return to the good (or at least simpler) old days when network TV was the dominant game in town, and crowded time periods could support more than one hit. In prime time's starting position of 8/7c, there appear to be three blockbusters duking it out:
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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. debuted to marvelous numbers.
The highly anticipated drama premiered Tuesday to 11.9 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the best drama debut since V's bow in 2009 and the highest-rated new show so far. S.H.I.E.L.D. dominated ...
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NBC topped the first official night of the new season, led byThe Voice and The Blacklist.
Fresh off its Emmy win, The Voice returned Monday to 14.7 million viewers and a 4.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, improving 17 percent from last fall's debut.
James Spader's new drama The Blacklist, one of TVGuide.com users' most anticipated new dramas, followed with ...