Nearly 5 million viewers visited Sarah Palin's Alaska Sunday night, making it the biggest series launch in TLC history, according to the network.
The docu-series from Mark Burnett, which follows the former governor and her family, also drew 1.6 million adults ages 18-49. The one-hour episode topped the 2003 launch of previous record-holder...
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The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the second week of November sweeps:
Sunday, Nov. 7
The Simpsons (FOX)
Lisa Simpson has a crush on the sparkly new teen vampire in town (Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe); during Marge and Homer's second honeymoon at sea, they meet a castaway who sounds an awful lot like Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie).
We know that Paul Young has been keeping secrets from Beth, and that Beth hasn't been entirely open with Paul. Their marital difficulties were Topic A last week, and there'll be more developments tonight. Meanwhile, Lynette's looking for a new nanny and Susan's looking for a new job. Expect a convergence. But Lynette gets a job offer as well — from old friend Renee. Here's a flash — a hot one — from the suddenly menopausal Bree. And is Carlos gay? Honestly, that's one of the story lines: Gaby's worried that he and Bob might become an item. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of Hannah Montana Forever, Undercover Boss, Sunday Night Football, The Simpsons, Great Migrations and Eastbound & Down.
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CBS has ordered The Same Name, a reality pilot in which a star swaps lives with an Average Joe who shares the same name, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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CSI: Miami's move to Sunday was a good one for CBS.
Miami drew 11.8 million viewers, according to overnight Nielsen estimates. Even though the show was down 26 percent in the 18-to-49 demographic from its premiere on Monday last year, the series was up 52 percent in the demo over Cold Case's premiere on Sunday last fall.
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Miami benefited from...
Another Sunday, another ratings win for NBC.
Sunday Night Football, featuring the New York Jets vs. the Miami Dolphins, dominated the evening, giving NBC an easy victory, with 15.9 million viewers and a 6.5 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic on a night when no new series debuted.
Fox's hourlong Family Guy posted the best showing among scripted fare, according to early Nielsen estimates, with 9.1 million and a 4.5 rating, despite dropping ...
Jimmy Fallon's primary goal when he hosts the Emmy Awards on August 29: "I want to keep it moving," he tells TV Guide Magazine. "I've been to so many Emmy parties, and sometimes you sit there and go, 'Come on!'" Here are Fallon's tips for a great show...
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CBS has ordered a pilot for a companion series to its hit reality show Undercover Boss, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Undercover Boss announces Season 2 companies
The untitled project will...
It'll still be hard to top the Hooters episode, but NASCAR and the Chiquita fruit company will be among the corporations participating in the second season of Undercover Boss, CBS announced Wednesday.
There will also be episodes featuring suits from DirecTV and Great Wolf Resorts, North America's largest family of indoor waterparks.
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"We're thrilled with this season's new bunch of bosses," Stephen Lambert, the show's executive producer, said in a statement...
One of the most unlikely—on paper, anyway—regulars at the Emmy party the last few years has been the infamously outspoken Kathy Griffin and her cheeky Bravo docu-reality series My Life on the D-List. Including this year, it has been nominated five times for Outstanding Reality Program and won twice. This year, her hefty and relatively high-minded competition includes...