Friday Ratings: Genre Fare Takes a Hit, While CBS Wins the Night
On a night theoretically dominated by genre-TV offerings, it was, as is tradition, CBS that topped the demos and viewership on this first big Friday of Fall TV.
The Eye kicked off the night with the series debut of A Gifted Man, which … READ MORE
Fall TV Poll: What Will You Watch on Fridays?
The Fall TV season is right around the corner folks, so some tough viewing choices are coming. Let’s get thinking about them! READ MORE & VOTE FOR WHAT YOU’LL BE WATCHING
Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Grey's Anatomy, Community, Gossip Girl, HIMYM and More!
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to firstname.lastname@example.org
Question: Can you give me some really good stuff about what is going to happen on Gossip Girl? —Saloni
Ausiello: Good stuff coming your way in 3, 2, 1… The show is pulling out “all the stops” for its milestone 100th episode in January, according to executive producer Josh Safran. “We want to honor the [fact] that it’s the 100th episode,” he says. “We know that we are very lucky to be coming by it, and we’re going to respect that. So we definitely want to make it feel like it is a special event. Let’s put it this way — it’s not going to be a clip show.” Hmm… Safran already confirmed that Blair will spend the first chunk of the season planning her royal nups to Louis, so it stands to reason that the wedding itself would take place around midseason. See where I’m going with this, people?
Question: I’m still confused about Taylor Momsen’s status on Gossip Girl. Is she gone for good? Gossip Girl isn’t the same without Lil J. —Jen
Ausiello: Sources confirm to TVLine that Jenny will return to the UES when …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Gossip Girl Visits New Girl, The View Honors AMC, Idol Works Blue, and More
Katie Cassidy is ditching Gossip Girl for a New Girl.
The actress will guest-star on an episode of Fox’s new, Zooey Deschanel-starring comedy this fall as a wedding guest who catches the eye of … READ MORE
Blue Bloods Scoop: Lie To Me's Monica Raymund Reports for Duty
Blue Bloods‘ Jamie Reagan (played by Will Estes) has copped himself a pretty new partner for Season 2 — and she’s being played by Lie to Me alum Monica Raymund.
TVLine has confirmed that Raymund will appear in multiple episodes of CBS’ multi-generational family/crime drama as … READ MORE
Blue Bloods Scoop: Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett Just Duet
Country superstar Carrie Underwood has booked a plum gig — on the CBS drama Blue Bloods.
On the Season 2 premiere of multi-generational family/cop drama, the übersuccessful American Idol and fellow multiple Grammy winner Tony Bennett will … READ MORE
TVLine Items: Jersey Shore's Boozy Italy Video, Two New AMC Returns, Thrones Casting, More!
Poor Italy. MTV has released its first full-length preview of Jersey Shore‘s Season 4 trip abroad (premiering Thursday, Aug. 4), and there are just no words.
Snooki & Co. certainly put little to no effort into treating the European country with the respect it deserves, but if it’s Shore antics you want, it’s Shore antics you’ll get. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Blue Bloods Taps Broadway Fave, America's Got Talent Scoop, and More!
Blue Bloods is tapping into the Great White Way for its Season 2 premiere, recruiting three-time Tony nominee Kelli O’Hara (South Pacific) to guest star in the fall opener as …READ MORE
Fall TV: CBS Sets Premiere Dates, Including NCIS, HIMYM and An Extra-Big Bang
CBS is the fourth network (following The CW, Fox and ABC) to release its fall TV premiere plan, and the 23rd cycle of reality juggernaut Survivor will kick things off on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
The Eye Net is giving its buzzy new sitcom 2 Broke Girls a special sneak preview behind the high-profile Ashton Kutcher-headlined relaunch of Two and a Half Men on Sept. 19 (delaying the return of …READ MORE & VIEW DATES
Emmys 2011: Analyzing the Best Drama Series Race — Including Our 6 Dream Nominees
This category might as well be called Outstanding cable Drama Series. Between the strong contenders on HBO (Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones), AMC (Mad Men, The Killing, The Walking Dead) and FX (Justified, Sons of Anarchy), the broadcast networks will be lucky if they get one show in the running. If they do, that show will likely be the best of the bunch, CBS’ The Good Wife.
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