NYC 22 didn't collar big numbers Sunday, but it didn't sink as badly as ABC's Titanic miniseries.
CBS' latest cop drama drew 8.9 million viewers and ...
It took a special species to rescue HBO from several years in the comedy doldrums, when most everything (except sporadic seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm) felt overly precious or ironic and hardly ever funny.
In the midst of the hoopla surrounding the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's fateful collision with an iceberg, Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes weighs in with Titanic, a four-hour upstairs/downstairs retelling of the ship's maiden — and final — voyage (airing Saturday at 8/7c and Sunday at 9/8c on ABC).
James Cameron has gone to the ends of the Earth and back.
On Monday morning, the Oscar-winning director dove to the deepest-known point on Earth, the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench southwest of Guam, becoming the first person to make the 6.8-mile dive alone.
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Cameron piloted a 12-ton submersible dubbed the Deepsea Challenger and arrived at the site, known as Challenge Deep, shortly before 8 a.m. local time, according to National Geographic, which oversaw the voyage. The 35,756-foot descent into the trench — which is 120 times larger ...