Exclusive First Look: The Cleveland Show Takes the Field Alongside Some Major League Talent

Put Cleveland in, coach. He’s ready to play! (Even though all he’ll actually do is scout.)

In this Sunday’s The Cleveland Show (Fox, 8:30/7:30), Cleveland will become a Major League Baseball talent scout who runs with the likes of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier – both of whom lend their voices to the episode. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO


Exclusive First Look: Cleveland Show Recruits All-Star Lineup For Baseball-Themed Episode

To paraphrase Seinfeld: Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle… Cleveland?

Not long after this year’s World Series, Fox’s The Cleveland Show will round the bases with an episode devoted to America’s pastime. And though Peter Griffin’s old pal won’t actually become a star baseball player during the half-hour, he’ll get close …READ MORE & VIEW ART

Ratings: Jesse Stone Wins (and Loses) Sunday, Celebrity Apprentice Finale Drops

CBS’ eighth and perhaps final Jesse Stone telefilm on Sunday night averaged 12.8 million viewers, easily trouncing any and all comers in total audience. And compared to the series’ year-ago outing, the numbers were down just a few percentage points.

That said, Jesse’s 1.2 demo rating ranked last …READ MORE


Exclusive Cleveland Show Video: Watch Bryan Cranston in Action as Critic Graham Kensington

He may have three Emmys under his belt, but there’s still an area of acting that Bryan Cranston finds daunting: animation.
As TVLine reported last week, the Breaking Bad star voices exuberant ventriloquist critic Graham Kensington in this Sunday’s episode of The Cleveland Show (Fox, 7:30/6:30C) — and it’s not as easy as it sounds.  READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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: Despite Dwindling Housewives, ABC's Pan Am Has Solid Take-Off

ABC’s Pan Am flew some very friendly skies in its Sunday night premiere, this despite leading out of Desperate Housewives‘ lowest-rated season opener ever.

The ladies of Wisteria Lane at 9 pm drew 9.8 million total viewers and a 3.1 demo rating, plunging 24 and 28 percent, respectively, from the show’s year-ago premiere. Pan Am however built on that audience, checking in … READ MORE