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Ratings: Dads Finale Drops Hardest, Killer Women Steady Opposite Winter Olympics

Ratings Dads Finale Fox

Fox’s Dads wrapped its freshman (forever?) run on Tuesday night with 2.6 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, dropping 30 and 27 percent week-to-week against the mighty Winter Olympics.

Continuing Fox’s fresh fare at 9 o’clock, New Girl …READ MORE

Fall TV Report Card: Did Your Freshman Faves Make the Grade? Did 'Doomed' Noobs Get Axed?

Your Grade: A-

"Loved it from start to finish. Was looking forward to this most and it did not disappoint. This one’s locked in for my Monday night timeslot." –Cort

"I can see why the critics are calling it the best new show of the season. I’d be very impressed if any other show could capture my attention like this one has." --Elaine

"There were a few things that could be better, but overall I liked the pace of the show. Biggest gripe though was Megan Boone’s obvious wig, it just didn’t look right." –Jon

STATUS:  Already renewed for Season 2

Beginning with Premiere Week back in September and throughout the fall TV season, TVLine asked you to weigh in and assign a grade to each of the new pilots — from Sleepy Hollow, which was first out of the gate, to Almost Human. When all was said and done and the numbers came in, did you prove to be prescient with your predictions, or wildly off the mark? READ MORE & VIEW RESULTS

Scoop: Fox Cuts Dads Episode Order


Fox doesn’t need Dads as much as it thought it did.

The network, which picked up the rookie comedy for a full 22-episode season earlier this fall, has trimmed that order to 19, TVLine has learned. READ MORE

It's Official: Fox's Dads Gets Full-Season Order

Ratings Dads Premiere on Fox

Fox has officially picked up its much-maligned rookie comedy Dads for a full season. READ MORE

Ratings: Dads Pops, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Cops Good Numbers, Mindy Returns Up But Down

Ratings Dads Premiere on Fox

What’s the saying about “No such thing as bad press”…?

Fox’s heavily derided Dads on Tuesday night premiered to …READ MORE

Fox's Dads: Did It Live Up to the (Bad) Hype?


It’s finally happened: Fox has unleashed Dads onto an unsuspecting a highly suspicious public. But is the critically maligned comedy — which had its producers telling the press that “we don’t want to be the racial-insult comedy show” — as unfunny and offensive as advertised? READ MORE & TAKE POLL

TVLine Items: SOA Promo Touts 'Hurt'-ful Pact, Fox Nixes Dads Reshoot, DWTS Pro Out and More


Two unexpected foes will align in Sons of Anarchy‘s sixth season with one common goal : to “hurt” Jax.

The following promo for the gritty FX drama’s upcoming run …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Dads Producers Defend Pilot, Insist 'We Don't Want to Be the Racial-Insult Comedy Show'

Fall TV Preview

The cast and producers of Fox’s new Seth Green-Giovanni Ribisi comedy Dads deflected criticism about certain aspects of the show’s pilot Thursday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour in Beverly Hills.

Several reporters in particular took issue with a sequence where an Asian-American woman (played by Disney Channel ingenue Brenda Song) is required …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Apartment 23 Resumes Online, Fox's Dads Adds Giovanni Ribisi and More!

Don't Trust the B----- in Apartment 23 Spoilers

The B—- is back — just not on your TV.

The final eight installments of Don’t Trust the B—– in Apartment 23 — which was pulled from ABC’s lineup in the midst of its sophomore run this January — have found a new home. READ MORE

Scoop: Sitcom Vet Martin Mull Is One of Seth MacFarlane's New Dads


Martin Mull (Roseanne, Arrested Development) has landed one of the lead roles in Dads, Seth MacFarlane’s new live-action comedy for Fox, TVLine has learned.

The sitcom, which has already received a six-episode order, revolves around …READ MORE