Ratings: Grimm Hits Low, Cristela Slips, Hart of Dixie Finale Flat
Ratings: Five-0 Slips to Low, Last Man Rises, Cristela Ticks Up, Dixie Flat
ABC’s Last Man Standing this Friday drew 7.3 million total viewers and a 1.5 rating, rising 10 percent and two tenths and leading the night in the demo.
Cristela led out of that with READ MORE
TVLine Items: Kevin Hart Leads Bieber Roast, Red Band Finale Ratings & More
A roast master has been selected for Justin Bieber’s upcoming Comedy Central ambush, a position for which there was apparently no height requirement. READ MORE
Cristela Snags Full-Season Pickup
ABC is going all the way with Cristela.
The network has picked up the promising rookie comedy’s “back-nine,” bringing the show’s Season 1 total to 22 episodes (AKA a full season). READ MORE
Cristela Sneak Peek: Is a Battle of the Sexes Brewing at Home?
An s-bomb is about to drop on Friday’s Cristela (ABC, 8:30/7:30c) — but probably not the one you’re expecting. (What do you think this is, NYPD Blue?) READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: New Anarchy Afterword Host, Roseanne Visits Cristela & More
Kurt Sutter is taking the reins of Anarchy Afterword.
The Sons of Anarchy creator will moderate tonight’s roundtable discussion, following the newest episode of his FX series, which airs at 10/9c. READ MORE
Ratings: Cristela Opens Strong (Grade ABC's New Friday Sitcom), Race Dips
ABC’s Cristela premiered on Friday night to 6.6 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating (per finals), making it the fall’s second-most watched comedy debut (behind black-ish) and the first sitcom to build on its Last Man Standing lead-in since READ MORE
Fall TV's Breakout Stars: A Virgin, a Penguin, a Rom-Com Duo, a Teenage Dreamboat and 9 Others!
Meet your new favorite TV actors.
The Fall TV season is just days away, and with it comes a bevy of fresh faces who will make you laugh, cry, gasp and swoon. READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY
Fall TV Poll: Friday — Amazing Race Vs. Tim Allen and Other DVR Dilemmas
The Fall TV season will be here before you know it, and with it comes tough, new viewing choices. And the time to get thinking about them is now. READ MORE