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'Dancing with the Stars' Season 16 finale: Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas land in fourth place
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It was actually a bit of a surprise that Aly and Mark were the first to go from the "DWTS" finale. After the performances on Monday night, the couple was in third place. They were a few points off the nearly perfect leaders -- Zendaya and Val, Kellie and Derek -- but were well ahead of Jacoby and Karina when it came to points. Aly and Mark's 61 points seemed enough to keep them safe about Jacoby and Karina's 56.
And this has been a popular couple throughout the season. Not always at the top, Aly and Mark were always high enough up and good enough dancers to escape the cruel blow of the bottom two.
That all came to an end with the finale results. »
'The Voice': Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert perform tribute for tornado victims
2 hours ago
"The Voice" wants to let those affected by the tragic tornados in Oklahoma that they're not alone.
Coach Blake Shelton and wife Miranda Lambert performed a duet dedicated to their home state at the top of the hour on Tuesday's (May 21) episode. The country couple took the stage with Lambert's touching ballad, "Over You." Shelton accompanied his wife on the guitar, letting her handle the track on her own. The performance was accompanied by an on-screen number for American Red Cross donations.
If you'd like to donate to disaster victims, please visit redcross.org or call 1-800-help-now. »
Fail Factor: How well did TV networks choose their new shows this season? [Updated]
4 hours ago
Update: Now that the networks have set their schedules for the 2013-14 season, totals and percentages changed to reflect the current status of each show.
It is no secret that this has not been a banner year for broadcast television.
The narrative that, on the business side at least, this has been a down season for traditional network TV is not just hype. Compared to this time last season, all five English-language broadcast networks are drawing smaller ratings among adults 18-49, the age group that drives the bulk of advertiser spending.
The drops range from trifling (CBS is down from a 3.0 last year to a 2.9, NBC from 2.5 to 2.4) to alarming (Fox has lost seven tenths of a point, going from 3.2 last season to 2.5 now). Three networks -- ABC, Fox and NBC -- are also drawing smaller total audiences, while CBS and The CW have posted just modest gains of 220,000 and 70,000 viewers. »
'Kitchen Nightmares' Amy and Samy Bouzalgo: Amy's Baking Co. haters gotta hate
4 hours ago
Today (Tuesday, May 21) is a mighty day for Arizona natives who love soggy pizza and verbal abuse: Today is the day that Amy's Baking Co. indulges us in its grand reopening.
Fans of "Kitchen Nightmares" already know this restaurant well, featured like it was in the show's season finale. Within minutes of co-owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo first appearing on screen, it became obvious that they're a pair of bullies and thieves who deserve any negative publicity they may get. (They pocket waiters' tips. They verbally abuse customers and employees. They can't cook pizza, and they won't admit it. The Amy's Baking Co. episode also will go down in history as the only time that "Kitchen Nightmares" host Gordon Ramsay essentially fled his own show.)
Of course, being thieves and bullies, the Bouzaglos have been on the attack ever since the Fox show aired, promising to tell "our »
'The Little Couple's' Bill Klein will dye your dog pink
6 hours ago
Zap2it: You and your wife, Dr. Jennifer Arnold, recently adopted 3-year-old William from China. How's he getting along with your dogs? (The couple have a 6-year-old Chihuahua named Rocky and a 2 1/2-year-old terrier named Maggie.)
Bill Klein: At first, they were not good towards William when he came into the house. Three-year-olds grab; they swing; they slap. We showed him how to fist-bump. That was a mistake. He fist-bumped the dog's face. It was funny ... for a second.
But they're getting used to him. We knew we had to deal with it. We had hired a dog trainer a few weeks before we left for China, hoping we could wrangle in some quick tips, maybe figure out some magical pill we could give the dog to embrace kids.
Zap2it: You were in medical devices; now, you own a pet store in Houston called Rocky and Maggie's Petshop. »
'Dancing With the Stars' costumes get played by ear on a weekly basis
7 hours ago
We watch "Dancing With the Stars" for new routines and possible missteps and for those creations of sequins, fluff, silk and spandex.
Roughly 700 new costumes are made each season, taking into account every costume change for backup dancers as well as the contestants, say Daniella Gschwendtner and Steven Norman Lee, the show's designing team.
"We don't get to prep much ahead, and it depends on their songs," Gschwendtner tells Zap2it.
"We shop fresh every week because you never know what you are going to get," Lee says.
They listen to the dancers' plans. Then, as the pro and the celeb work on choreography, Gschwendtner, Lee and their staff sketch, shop and sew.
"A lot of it is considering their song," Lee says. "If it is a fun, edgy song, then we can do that, or if it is a classic tribute to someone's daughter, we follow the song and music, »
'Suits' Season 3 spoiler roundup: Harvey dumps Mike, Mike dates Rachel and more
7 hours ago
"Suits" will return with new Season 3 episodes this summer, and everything will be different.
There's really no way around that after the Season 2 finale, "War," fundamentally altered the firm (Jessica took on a new name partner, passing over Harvey), Harvey and Mike's relationship, and the potential romance between Mike and Rachel.
Where is all of this going? A few, fairly vague spoilers point out the direction.
In an interview with ETonline.com, the show's actors spilled a lot of the directions seen in Season 3.
First of all, things will be very, very bad between Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams). Their disagreement from the Season 2 finale doesn't go away -- it only escalates. "Harvey lets Mike go. He's done with him," Macht said. "Mike asks for forgiveness but Harvey doesn't want any of it."
Harvey is so over Mike, in fact, that he is willing to let the »
'Arrested Development' Rewatch Season 3, episode 9 - 'S.O.B.s'
8 hours ago
Welcome to "Arrested Development" Rewatch. Leading up to the release of Season 4, Zap2it will be taking a look back at the 53 episodes that made "Ad" one of our most beloved TV comedies. Watch the first three seasons of "Arrested Development" on Netflix. Today we're covering the ninth episode of Season 3, "Mr. F," which premiered Jan. 2, 2006.
"Arrested Development" has always been a self-aware show, but none of its episodes are quite as tongue-in-cheek as "S.O.B.s." Airing a month after the third season's episode order had been cut nearly in half, "S.O.B.s" is a satirical attempt to win over more viewers by making the characters more relatable, having them develop, offering up problems with clear solutions and employing viewer-grabbing tactics like a live finale, celebrity guest stars and 3D effects -- basically, mocking the problems people had found with the series up until that point. »
'Dancing with the Stars' Season 16 finale: Winner predictions and technical difficulties
8 hours ago
On Tuesday night, viewers will find out who will be the "Dancing with the Stars" Season 16 champion. It really could be anyone -- Kellie Pickler, Zendaya, Aly Raisman and Jacoby Jones all have a shot at that Mirror Ball. So who will it be?
And did fans really get the chance to vote legitimately after the ABC.com voting page went down?
Who will win "DWTS" Season 16?
Usually, there is at least one finalist on "Dancing with the Stars" who can't or who shouldn't win. That's not exactly the case in Season 16. Some of the dancers are more likely than others to win, but anyone is a possibility.
Throughout the whole season, Kellie and Derek have been consistently good. The pair has never had a truly bad week -- when your one misstep is Len not liking the dance, you know things are good. »
'Men at Work': Gibbs gets inside Tyler's head
8 hours ago
Tyler has a problem in Thursday's (May 23) episode of "Men at Work," and that problem's name is Gibbs.
Tyler, as you might imagine, has a little trouble processing the information that his friend and co-worker once had a threesome with his new love (guest star Stephanie Lemelin). So much so, in fact, that Gibbs is starting to get inside Tyler's head, as you can see in the clip (which is exclusive to Zap2it) below.
"Men at Work" airs at 10 p.m. Et Thursday on TBS. Watch the clip:
Ke$ha drinks her own urine in 'My Crazy Beautiful Life' clip
8 hours ago
Ke$ha is no stranger to bizarre behavior, which is why it shouldn't have shocked fans incredibly much when she revealed recently that she drank her own urine. The scene was caught on camera for the pop star's reality series "Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life," and a clip from the episode has been released that gives some context for why she chose to consume her own bodily fluid.
"Now it's time to switch gears, because I have a music video to make," Ke$ha says in the above video. "I want to get in kicka** shape and look da** hot, and I'll try just about anything."
One of those things involved sampling her own urine when one of her friends told her that it's supposedly healthy. The above clip doesn't show the actual act of Ke$ha drinking the pee, but we know from her interview with The Hollywood »
'The Lead': From Gosnell to Newtown to Boston to Oklahoma, Jake Tapper asks, 'Is anyone listening to this?'
8 hours ago
In the tense hours overnight from Thursday, April 18, to Friday, April 19, after Boston Marathon bombing suspects and brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsnarnev engaged in a shootout with police -- and after the murder of MIT police Officer Sean Collier -- Jake Tapper essentially was CNN.
"I was anchoring," he tells Zap2it, talking on Thursday (May 16), "from something like 1:30 in the morning till 9:30 in the morning. That was a crazy night."
With photos of the suspects circulating, Tapper stayed on his iPad, following news and social-media reports and listening to the local police scanners, via a link provided to by followers to his popular Twitter feed, @jaketapper.
"I reached out to the CNN news desk," he recalls, "and said, 'Is anyone listening to this?' This is one in the morning. 'Is anyone listening to this? Something serious is going on.'"
Throughout the entire incident, which resulted »
'Bates Motel' Season 2 preview: More of Norman and Norma's relatives on the way
8 hours ago
The Season 1 finale left us with so many questions -- Did Norman actually kill Miss Watson? Or is her death connected to other dangerous elements of White Pine Bay? Who was Bradley's father having an affair with? What's Sheriff Romero really up to? And what exactly happened in Norma's past? -- and of course the powers that be won't give us answers, because that would spoil the fun.
Here's what executive producer Carlton Cuse and stars Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Max Thieriot and Nestor Carbonell were able to tease about Season 2 before the recent "Bates Motel" event at the Paley Center in Los Angeles.
Get ready to meet more branches on the Bates family tree...
"We'll meet some »
Xbox One: Live action 'Halo' TV series coming from Steven Spielberg and 343 Industries
8 hours ago
Microsoft and 343 Industries are bringing "Halo" to the small screen with the help of a very exciting partner. Steven Spielberg has teamed with those companies to develop a live action television series adaptation of the best-selling video game. It will be released as premium content on the new Microsoft gaming console, Xbox One.
"For me, 'Halo' has always been more than a game. It's an amazing experience that takes place in a rich and deeply connected sci-fi universe, a universe in which we can tell hundreds of stories. We tell these stories through our games, our novels and most recently our award-winning web series 'Forward Unto Dawn,'" 343 Industries' Bonnie Ross says during Microsoft's presentation.
Ricky Gervais' 'Derek' gets Netflix premiere date
9 hours ago
The first season of the show includes seven 30-minute episodes. Like "House of Cards," "Hemlock Grove" and the upcoming fourth season of "Arrested Development," "Derek's" entire first season will be available to all Netflix territories at once.
"Derek" has already premiered in the United Kingdom on Channel 4 and was recently renewed for a Season 2. The show stars Gervais, Karl Pilkington, David Earl and Kerry Godliman. Gervais acts as writer, director, executive producer and star on the series.
Here's the official synopsis for "Derek":
A bittersweet comedy-drama about a group of outsiders living on society's margins, "Derek" centers around Derek Noakes (Gervais), a tender, innocent man whose love for his job at a retirement home shines through. Derek cares deeply for the home's residents, »
'The Bachelor's Funniest Moments': Foot fetish, orange-rind mouth and more
10 hours ago
Check out these sneak peek clips of "The Bachelor" bloopers special airing before the "Dancing With the Stars" finale on ABC. Above, the show kicks off with various chills and spills, including a rather spectacular scooter crash. Heh.
Below, host Chris Harrison reminds us that the cameras are rolling 24/7, which means that's how Tanner P's foot fetish thing made it onto the show. Ewwwww.
Finally, the show features some "dates from Hell," including some crazy girl whose name we have completely forgotten making teeth out of an orange rind. Um, wow.
'Downton Abbey' auction lets you read poetry to Mr. Bates - um, what?
10 hours ago
The Origin Theatre Company, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the cultivation, development, and interpretation of new and emerging European playwrights, has organized a series of online auctions to raise money. Which is great.
And most of them are perfectly normal, like a VIP "Tonight Show" experience or tickets to Alan Cumming's "Macbeth" with a chance to meet Cumming after the show. There are even two "Downton Abbey"-related auctions that sound like a lot of fun -- tea with Mrs. Patmore (Lesley Nicol) and lunch with Mr. Bates (Brendan Coyle).
However, there is one "Downton" auction that has caught our eye ... and not in a good way.
The winner of the table-turning prize will read »
TV ratings: Final 'Dancing With the Stars' performances rise while 'The Voice' dips Monday
11 hours ago
Fast National ratings for Monday, May 20, 2013
The last "Dancing With the Stars" performances of the season drew the show's best ratings since its spring premiere, helping ABC score a big total-viewers win for the night. The premiere of summer drama "Motive," however, couldn't completely capitalize on its lead-in, losing about half of the "DWTS" audience.
Elsewhere Monday, "The Voice" continued its gradual slippage during its live-show phase, falling a couple tenths of a point in the 18-49 demographic -- although it was still the night's top show in that measure. The season finale of "Hawaii Five-0" was up a bit over last week for CBS, and "The Goodwin Games" premiered to very modest numbers on Fox.
ABC brought in 12.1 million viewers and a 7.9 rating/13 share in households in primetime, finishing 3.1 million viewers ahead of NBC (9 million, 5.5/9). CBS took third with 7.5 million viewers and a 4.8/8. Fox (1.6 million, 1.0/2) finished a very distant fourth, »
'Grimm' Season 2 finale preview: 5 things to expect in 'Goodnight, Sweet Grimm'
12 hours ago
It remains to be seen how Nick, Monroe and Rosalee will end up resolving the zombie problem in Portland in "Grimm's" Season 2 finale, especially since it was revealed that Eric Renard is working with Baron Samedi. But there's more at play in "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm" than meets the eye.
Zap2it had the chance to check out tonight's episode ahead of time and can tease that there are some big surprises in store in "Goodnight, Sweet Grim." In anticipation of the big Season 2 finale, here are five teases from the upcoming episode.
1. The magic behind the zombies is revealed... And it turns out that the zombies aren't quite as undead as they at first seem. That must have been what leading man David Giuntoli meant when he said, " "We deal with the undead in a way that's never been approached before in very typical 'Grimm' fashion."
2. Someone will get bit by a zombie. »
'Hawaii Five-0' Season 3 finale: McGarrett finds himself in a tight spot
20 hours ago
Season 3 of "Hawaii Five-0" looked for all the world that it was going to end with a few unanswered questions, but well short of the cliffhangers that have marked the close of the first two seasons.
Yes, Kono, Adam and Doris McGarrett are on their way to China at the end of Monday's (May 20) episode, and Doris and Steve still haven't talked about what the heck is up with her and Wo Fat. But had it ended there, we would still konw that Kono is in the clear and promising to return, that Danny and Gabrielle end up back in each other's arms and that Charlie is going to be Ok.
And then we get to that final scene. »
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