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‘MasterChef Jr.’ Ratings Down, ‘Amazing Race’ Even, ‘Santa Claus’ Matches 2014

28 November 2015 10:29 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

On a Friday night of mostly repeats and holiday specials, Fox was the only network to run a full slate of originals. As it was, MasterChef Junior (0.9/3) and World's Funniest (0.6/2) both got hit by the expected post-Thanksgiving lull, with millions of Americans beginning their trek home. The Gordon Ramsay led cooking series saw an 18% drop among adults 18-49 from its November 20 show. Its Terry Crews hosted follow up was down 14% in its 9 Pm slot from the week before. Mas… »

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Quotes of the Week From Chicago Med, B99, Tonight Show, Limitless and More

1 hour ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

As you dig into your umpteenth plate of Thanksgiving leftovers this weekend, why not peruse TVLine’s Quotes of the Week?

Even though some of your small-screen favorites may have been off due to the holiday, we still have plenty of one-liners and bon mots to share.

RelatedTVLine’s Performer of the Week: The LeftoversJustin Theroux

This time around, we’ve got a graphic Lord of the Rings analogy on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, sage advice on Chicago Med, plus double doses of Fargo and Fashion Police — the latter of which includes a Chris Brown-related zinger that will literally make you say, »

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Your Guide to TV's 50+ Reboots and Revivals: The X-Files, Gilmore Girls, Twin Peaks, Prison Break and More

2 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If you’ve perused TVLine at any point in the last two years, we wouldn’t blame you for thinking you’d stepped into a time machine.

After all, we’ve found ourselves reporting more and more on TV series from the ’60s through the ’90s, many of which are getting a new lease on life in the not-too-distant future. (The X-Files! Full House! Twin Peaks, if you’re patient enough to wait until 2017!)

PhotosReboot This: Stars, Producers Pick the Shows (Buffy! Fnl! Golden Girls! Wonder Woman!) They’d Revive

But we’re not just talking about revivals of beloved series. »

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Greg Berlanti and Peter Roth Reflect on Television at Paley Center for Media

5 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Paley Center for Media is holding a series of "Paley Dialogues" that go in depth with the best in television. This past week, the dialogue included Peter Roth (President and Chief Content Officer for Warner Brothers Television Group) and Greg Berlanti (Executive Producer of the hit CW series "Arrow," "The Flash" and CBS's "Supergirl"). The snazzy event was moderated by Debra Birnbaum, Variety executive editor for television, in an event sponsored by Film La. Read More: How Jon Stewart and Stephen Amell Might Teach You To Love Professional Wrestling Peter Roth and Greg Berlanti chatted about a variety of topics in television, which included Berlanti's beginnings on "Dawson's Creek" and "Everwood" to the malleability of television and audience viewership. Here are some of the highlights of their discussion. Greg Berlanti's Television Success with the Superhero GenrePeter Roth credits Greg Berlanti for the...


- J. Carlos Menjivar

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Review: 'Doctor Who' Season 9 Episode 11, 'Heaven Sent': Groundhog Doctor

16 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Previously: Review: 'Doctor Who' Season 9 Episode 10, 'Face the Raven': Death Wish "I've just watched my friend die in agony. My day can't get any worse."With two more episodes to go this season, Clara's death in "Face the Raven" was a shock for viewers and Time Lords alike. He's still grieving, still raging and seething and vowing the kind of vengeance he knows she wouldn't approve of. He's a danger to the universe, so it's probably a good thing that he's trapped in a castle in the middle of the sea, and being chased by a veiled creature straight out of his nightmares. "It's a killer impossible box and I'm trapped inside it. Must be Christmas."This is a "bottle episode," an episode that takes place entirely in one small space the characters -- or in this case, character - can't get out of. Normally slotted into a series for budget constraints, »

- Kaite Welsh

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