Ratings: The Sing-Off Slips to a Finale Low, Hollywood Game Night Returns Steady
The Sing-Off‘s Season 4 finale was watched by 5.2 million total people and scored a 1.3 rating on Christmas Eve Eve, down sharply week-to-week (7.3 mil/2.0) and off 13 and 19 percent from its previous, circa-Nov. 2011 closer, thus hitting a series low for a finale.
Leading out of that, a holiday edition of Hollywood Game Night …READ MORE
Ratings: Modern Family Rises, Sing-Off Drops
Santa brought ABC’s Modern Family a nice uptick as it enters the holiday break, boosting its numbers 11 percent and three tenths to 10.5 million total viewers and a 3.5 demo rating.
Leading out of that, Super Fun Night …READ MORE
Ratings: The Voice Boosts The Sing-Off's Return, Almost Human Ticks Up, Hostages Steady
The Sing-Off‘s Season 4 premiere cued up 8.4 million viewers and a 2.4 demo rating this Monday night, improving on both its Season 3 opener (5.3 mil/1.9) and finale (4.2 mil/1.1), neither of which admittedly had the benefit of a Voice lead-in.
All told, NBC notes it was the a cappella competition’s best …READ MORE
The Sing-Off Season 4 Premiere Recap: For Whom the A Cappella Tolls
Egg nog. Yankee Swap. Not dialing 911 when “out on the lawn there arises a clatter.”
Some traditions are perfectly tailored for the holiday season, and as The Sing-Off returned to NBC tonight for the first time since its inauspicious Fall 2011 outing, I was reminded that the jaunty a capella singing contest definitely belongs on the list of things that are best situated in that high-caloric-intake period …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Murder Police Gets Killed, Ashley Tisdale Goes Crazy, Sing-Off Returns and More
Murder Police is DBA: dead before arrival.
Fox has killed its new animated comedy before the first airing. The series, about an inept detective and his cop co-workers, was set to star Jane Lynch (Glee), Chi McBride (Pushing Daisies) and Phil Lamarr (Futurama). READ MORE
TVLine Items: Jewel to Judge The Sing-Off, Ugly Betty Vet Toplines Hallmark Pilot and More
A Grammy-nominated songstress has joined The Sing-Off.
Jewel has been tapped to replace Sara Bareilles as judge during the NBC a cappella competition’s winter cycle. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Sing-Off Renewed, OLTL Adds High School Musical Star, Strike Back News and More
Nick Lachey and his witty zingers may soon be returning to NBC.
The network’s gone-but-not-forgotten reality series The Sing-Off has been renewed for a fourth season …READ MORE
Your Guide to Fall Finale and Winter Return Dates
Many of your favorite TV shows soon will be embarking on a brief winter hiatus. (Case in point: The doctors of Grey’s and The CW’s vampires and witches have already gone on holiday.) But don’t fret, they’ll (almost) all be back — in 2012. To help you get started on your countdowns, TVLine offers this handy list of fall finales and return dates. READ MORE
Ratings: CBS Repeats Sweep Night, Dixie Delivers Demo High, Sing-Off Finale Hits Low Note
A run of CBS repeats won every half hour this Monday night, opposite originals from Fox, NBC and The CW as well as the Grinch and Shrek. All told, 2 Broke Girls led the night in the coveted 18-49 demo, while Two and a Half Men bazillionpeated as Monday’s most-watched program.
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Pentatonix Wins Season 3 of NBC's The Sing-Off
Pentatonix, a cutting-edge quintet from Arlington, TX, scored a Sony Music recording contract and $200,000 by winning the Season 3 of The Sing-Off, NBC’s a capella Olympics, on Monday night. …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO