Ratings: Castle Returns Up, Deception Wins Time Slot With Not-So-Revolutionary Numbers

It was a crowded house indeed for Castle, as the ABC series’ winter premiere drew this Monday’s largest audience with 8.6 million total viewers, while rising two tenths in the demo to a 1.9 rating.

Castle however was edged out for the 10 o’clock demo win by NBC newbie Deception, which opened to …READ MORE

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Exclusive Mob Doctor Video: Is Zach Gilford's Doc About to Have His Patient Poached?

The Mob Doctor returns to Fox on Monday at 9/8c, and we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at Zach Gilford’s Dr. Brett Robinson trying to hang on to his patient as Dr. Olivia Wilcox (Jaime Lee Kirchner) swoops in for the diagnostic steal. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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Exclusive Mob Doctor Video: Zach Gilford's Brett Meets Grace's Family -- But Where's Grace?

As if navigating the criminal world weren’t enough, Jordana Spiro’s titular Mob Doctoris also trying to have a successful relationship with her boyfriend Dr. Brett Robinson (Friday Night Lights‘ Zach Gilford). Unfortunately, things don’t go so well when she brings her beau home in our exclusive sneak peek from next Monday’s episode (Fox, 9/8c). READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Ratings: Revolution Starts Strong as The Voice Rises, Bones Up from Finale, Mob Doctor Ailing

The Revolution will be televised — and it will be sampled well.

Leading out of an amplified The Voice (which with 13.4 million total viewers and a 4.6 demo rating was up 9 percent week-to-week) and admittedly facing little competition, NBC’s post-apocalyptic drama drew …READ MORE

Fall TV Preview

Is Fox's The Mob Doctor a 'Hit'? Or a Miss?

Fox’s The Mob Doctor premiered Monday night, and now that you’ve had a chance to check out Jordana Spiro straddle the line between her Hippocratic oath as a doctor and her shady doings as an M.D. to the mob — think of it as Ethically Gray Anatomy — it’s time to lay on some judgment. READ MORE & VOTE

Fall TV Preview

Fall TV First Impression: The Mob Doctor Is In... Over Her Head

The broadcast networks have more than 20 shows debuting this fall, including a Revolution-ary drama from J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, a Nashville home for Connie Britton and a new comedy from Friends‘ Matthew Perry. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions based on the not-for-review pilots. Next up on our list… READ OUR FIRST IMPRESSION