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Rose McIver‘s not in Neverland anymore.
Once Upon a Time‘s Kiwi Tinker Bell has boarded Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic follow-up TV-movie, Petals in the Wind, in the lead role of …READ MORE
Ratings: The Bachelor and Castle Tie Lows Vs. Olympics, Star-Crossed Does Better Than Dixie
Olympics Watch: What Was Your Favorite Moment From Sochi 2014, Day 10?
Confession time: I used to think ice dancing was traditional figure skating’s bedazzled, less talented, grin-too-wide, show-off sibling – a watered-down, jump-free version of what the real athletes were doing.
Of course, I was very wrong. READ MORE
Ratings: Olympics Rebound from Consecutive Lows, Perform Best Against The Walking Dead
Bode Miller's Tearful Olympic Interview: Did the Questions (and Extreme Closeup) Go Too Far?
As a kid, I used to get a special thrill from the intro to ABC’s Wide World of Sports — especially the tagline about “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.”
Last night, however, NBC apparently decided that “the discomfort of heartbreaking tears” trumped both of those elements — or at least that was the widespread response to an interview of Bode Miller that the network aired after …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Olympics Watch: What Was Your Favorite Moment From Sochi 2014, Day 9?
After disappointing showings in both the men’s downhill and super-combined, it was finally U.S. Alpine skier Bode Miller‘s time to shine on Sunday at the Winter Olympics, capturing a bronze medal in the super-G. READ MORE
Winter Olympics' Saturday Ratings Mark New Low; Bob Costas Eyes a Monday Night Return
NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics Day 8 averaged 16.6 million total viewers and a 4.2 demo rating, marking a consecutive low for the 2014 games (beneath Valentine’s Night’s 19.1 mil/4.5). READ MORE
Olympics Watch: What Was Your Favorite Moment From Sochi 2014, Day 8?
It wasn’t 1980. It wasn’t the Miracle on Ice. It wouldn’t even decide who stands on the podium to receive a medal.
But the preliminary-round men’s ice hockey game between Team USA and Team Russia, which ended in an eight (!)-round shootout, was nothing if not an edge-of-your-seat thriller. READ MORE