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Election Night: The Good, the Bad and the… What Was Up With Diane Sawyer?!

What were your picks for Best and Worst Moments from coverage of Election Night 2012? Sound off in the comments!

The endless campaigning is over, and Barack Obama has defeated Republican challenger Mitt Romney to win a second term as President of the United States. Of course, the frenzied reporting Tuesday night of exit poll numbers, voting tallies and demographic trends shone a glaring spotlight on the stars of CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel, and the news divisions of CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Ratings: Dixie Rises, Emily Owens Is No Ringer

Emily Owens MD

Emily Owens, M.D. on Tuesday night made her debut to 1.7 million total viewers while scoring a 0.5 demo rating, opposite coverage of the second presidential debate and the American League Championship Series Game 3 (I DON’T WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT).

Those tallies are 40 and 50 percent below Ringer‘s year-ago debut in the time slot, and yet… READ MORE

Friday Night Lights Creator Accuses Mitt Romney of Plagiarism – Plus: A Few New Slogan Ideas

Friday Night Lights

Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t… use this slogan anymore?

Friday Night Lights writer-director Peter Berg apparently isn’t enamored with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney‘s frequent use of the Dillon Panthers’ battle cry.

He’s so unhappy, he penned a letter asking the campaign to …READ MORE

Ratings: Supernatural Steady, Neighbors Comes Down to Earth, Presidential Debate Up vs. 2008

Supernatural – “We Need To Talk About Kevin” – Image SN802a_0001 -- Pictured (L-R): Jared Padalecki as Sam and Jensen Ackles as Dean -- Credit: Ed Araquel/The CW --  ©2012 The CW Network. All Rights Reserved

The CW’s Supernatural received a warm welcome in its new Wednesays-at-9 home, delivering 1.8 million total viewers — its largest audience since Feb. 10 — and a 0.8 demo rating that’s right on par with its previous opener.

Versus its May finale, the show was …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Party Down Movie Update, Hugh Laurie Weighs In on House End Date and More!


Adam Scott would never steer us wrong, right?

The Parks and Recreation star has pulled an Arrested Development of sorts, and announced that a Party Down movie is still very much a reality. READ MORE