First Look Photo: Will the Shark Tank Bite at Evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Latest '-Inator'?
Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz – aka the inventive evil scientist on Disney Channel’s Phineas and Ferb — has an idea he thinks the Shark Tank will be big on, and TVLine has a first photo from the very “animated” pitch. READ MORE, VIEW PHOTO & WATCH PROMO
Exclusive: ABC's Shark Tank Extends Its Season
ABC’s sharks are taking an even bigger bite out of the 2012-2013 season.
The network has ordered an additional episode of Shark Tank, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Scoop: Seth MacFarlane Braves the Shark Tank
Funnyman Seth MacFarlane will get dead-serious about a new business proposal when he pops up on ABC’s Shark Tank during November sweeps.
TVLine has learned that the creator of Family Guy/American Dad/The Cleveland Show, Ted writer/director, recent SNL host and upcoming Oscars emcee will appear …READ MORE
Ratings: Shark Tank Premiere Nets a Series High, Top Model Does Perry Well, Touch Is Faint
The Season 3 premiere of ABC’s Shark Tank made a splash on Friday night, besting all comers with the series’ largest audience ever (6.3 million total viewers) while matching the demo rating for its sophomore opener.
In fact, ABC, facing little competition, swept every hour …READ MORE
What to Watch: The TVLine-Up for Friday
On TV this Friday: Shark Tank, Who Do You Think You Are?, Nikita, Grimm and Supernatural end their seasons, TRON: Uprising makes its animated debut and more. In addition to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are seven programs to keep on your radar. READ MORE
ABC Renews Dancing With the Stars, Shark Tank and The Bachelor
ABC has (not surprisingly) renewed reality series Dancing With the Stars, Shark Tank and The Bachelor, TVLine has learned. 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
Ratings: Miami Is Hot, Detroit... Not
Buoyed by a bit of NCAA tourney overrun that pushed back CBS’ prime-time lineup some 17 minutes, CSI: Miami — at least based on the Nielsens’ fast nationals — emerged as Sunday’s most watched program, with 11.5 million total viewers. The CBS crime drama’s 2.8 rating with the 18-49 crowd also was at first blush tops for the night, tying … READ MORE