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You may be asking the same question of the Oscar-nominated actress — as well as your own couch-bound self — if you endure the back-to-back installments that TNT will air Sunday at 9/8c.
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Digital Audience Ratings (Dar) – TV Broadcast Monday Oct 19, 2015 – Sunday Oct 25, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 The Voice 32,652 2 3 Dancing With The Stars 4,491 3 4 America’s Got Talent 4,223 4 2 America’s Funniest Home Videos 4,206 5 5 Empire 2,900 6 6 Scream Queens 2,175 7 – Kitchen Nightmares 1,729 8 – The Simpsons 1,312 9 8 The Flash 1,253 10 – Supernatural 1,039 –
Cable/Streaming Monday Oct 19, 2015 – Sunday Oct 25, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 Key & Peele 6,643 2 2 The Walking Dead 4,570 3 – Jessica Jones 4,264 4 3 Top Gear 4,236 5 4 Dance Moms 3,411 6 5 Pretty Little Liars 3,091 7 – Star Wars Rebels 2,778 8 7 Beyond Scared Straight 2,473 9 – South Park 2,426 10 – The Man in the High Castle 2,026 –
Late Night Monday Oct 19, 2015 – Sunday Oct 25, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 39,529 2 2 Jimmy Kimmel Live! 37,436 3 3 Saturday Night Live 14,394 4 4 Conan 10,464 5 – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver 10,121 –
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- Jason Klein
Producer Debra Martin Chase and author/screenwriter/playwright Delia Ephron are teaming up for a half-hour comedy series that will air on Showtime, titled "36-24-36," which will be based on the life story of the first permanent black TV model to be featured on a major game show in 1990 - Kathleen JoAnn Bradley, primarily known as a "Barker's Beauty" on the long-running daytime game show "The Price Is Right," from 1990 to 2000. The series will tackle the celebrity, glamour, sexual harassment, racism, misogyny, homophobia, bulimia and job insecurity that "Barker's Beauties" had to endure while helping to make "The »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Producer Debra Martin Chase and author/screenwriter/playwright Delia Ephron are teaming up for a half-hour comedy series that will air on Showtime, titled "36-24-36," which will be based on the life story of the first permanent black TV model to be featured on a major game show in 1990 - Kathleen JoAnn Bradley, primarily known as a "Barker's Beauty" on the long-running daytime game show "The Price Is Right," from 1990 to 2000. The series will tackle the celebrity, glamour, sexual harassment, racism, misogyny, homophobia, bulimia and job insecurity that "Barker's Beauties" had to endure while helping to make "The Price Is Right" the No. 1 game show on TV in the 1990’s. Bradley, who will serve as a consultant on the potential series, was released from her modeling duties on "The Price Is Right" in October 2000 (along with another model), after testifying in a lawsuit against host Bob Barker, who...
- Tambay A. Obenson
"The Price is Right" is not known for its carnage (aside from the occasions when a contestant slips while spinning the big wheel), but model Amber Lancaster took a tumble that resulted in some actual set damage. She wasn't hurt, luckily. Which makes this very funny. Who knew that the light bulbs on the "Price is Right" set were actually breakable? I've always thought of the set as an ancient wonder that just arrived with all its sliding doors and showcase podiums and colorful doohickeys in tact. But no. It's full of Loew's furnishings. My heart is dropping like the loneliest Plinko chip. »
- Louis Virtel
Oops! The Price Is Right model Amber Lancaster took a little tumble in her stilettos during the show on Friday. Don't worry, she's Ok. But a stage light was not so lucky. Rip stage light. "What..geez!" host Drew Carey exclaimed sympathetically. The contestant on stage, a blonde woman wearing flat and extremely sensible tennis shoes, appeared horrified. "Did I do that?" she asked, as Lancaster and a second model, who sported black stiletto sandals, laughed. "Are you Ok? she asked Lancaster, who replied, "Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just gonna die of embarrassment." She later tweeted, "Pretty »
“The Price Is Right” model Amber Lancaster had an unfortunate accident on Friday’s episode. After a contestant won a prize, Lancaster was standing next to host Drew Carey. She took a quick step to her left, lost her balance in her stilettos, and ended up taking out one of the stage lights. No one was injured (except the light), although Lancaster definitely got red in the face after the incident. The contestant asked if the model was Ok, and she blushingly replied: “I’m fine. Just going to die of embarrassment real quick.” See video: 'Jeopardy!' Contestant Makes »
- Joe Otterson
Former The Price Is Right host Bob Barker suffered gashes on his head after taking a nasty fall near his Hollywood Hills home yesterday. Bob Barker Hospitalized After Fall Los Angeles Police Department officers witnessed the fall at the 1800 block of Outpost Drive in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood and immediately called in an ambulance […]
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- Ryan Kappy
Former “The Price Is Right” host Bob Barker is recovering after taking a nasty spill near his Hollywood Hills home on Tuesday, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department told TheWrap. The spokesman said that police officers were in the neighborhood and watched Barker trip and hit his head in the 1800 block of Outpost Drive in Hollywood. The 91-year-old talk-show host, who suffered lacerations to his head, was transported to a local hospital where he was treated. The spokesman said that Barker is expected to recover. According to TMZ, Barker was released and is now at home recuperating. See video:. »
- Tim Kenneally
Bob Barker, the beloved former host of The Price is Right, while becoming one of the best-known media personalities, has also been a longtime advocate and activist for animal rights. Bob Barker Talks Animal Rights Advocacy A vegetarian since the late 70s, Barker took his animal rights advocacy and activism to another level following the death […]
- Chelsea Regan
Fox is expanding their unscripted slate with a new dance competition show in development, Variety has learned.
The untitled series is created by “The Voice” exec producer Stijn Bakkers and FremantleMedia North America’s Evp of alternative Toby Gorman. FremantleMedia’s Jennifer Mullin will also serve as an exec producer.
The new dance competition will highlight the lives of real-life couples who, each week, will participate in intensive training, rehearsals and live performances, until one couple is crowned the winner at the end of the season.
The development comes as Fox is looking toward “American Idol” signing off with its last season debuting this upcoming January, which will free up the network’s programming schedule. With the loss of “Idol,” Fox will surely be looking for the next reality hit. The net is also no stranger to unscripted dance shows, as “So You Think You Can Dance” wrapped its 12th season in September. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
We just love when things go awry on game shows past the point of recovery. If you loved the falling announcer on The Price Is Right, then this man's slightly inappropriate answer on Family Feud is right up your alley. To help give you context going in, this was the survey prompt he was answering: "Name the first part of a woman you touch to get her in the mood." Watch the hilarious clip above to find out what he said that even had host Steve Harvey beside himself. »
- Ryan Roschke
The chances are high that you spent your sick days home from school — or, let's be real, even work — watching The Price Is Right, wishfully thinking you could one day play the beloved pricing game Plinko in the game show's Hollywood studio. Clearly one for that nostalgia, Jimmy Fallon and Jason Sudeikis decided to give it the Tonight Show treatment last night, forgoing potential cash prizes for an array of beverages. Behold Drinko. Things get weird. »
- Devon Ivie
Leave it to Jimmy Fallon to put a frat party spin on The Price Is Right. On Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show, the host challenged fellow Saturday Night Live alum Jason Sudeikis to a round of "Drinko," a booze-themed version of the Bob Barker classic "Plinko." The duo take turns dropping discs down a board into Solo cups filled with assorted drinks – from the standard (beer, tequila) to the sickening (pickle juice, pea soup) – forming bizarre cocktails that their opponents must drink. Meanwhile, announcer Steve Higgins voices "Drinko," a »
Are these the kinds of TV commercials that viewers won’t ignore?
As the new fall season looms, TV networks are offering a bevy of avant-garde advertising ideas designed to push back against the consumer’s natural tendency to spend a commercial break with his or her head buried in a smartphone or speed past pitches with the help of the fast-forward button. Viewers may see everything from CBS latenight show host Stephen Colbert talking about a product in his own inimitable manner to ads from Telemundo that travel from TV screen to tablet.
Whether the ideas are successful, of course, remains to be seen. But TV networks can no longer run the same coterie of 15- and 30-second pitches and hope for the best. The number of people watching traditional “linear” TV is forecast to peak in 2015, according to ZenithOptimedia, a large ad-buying operation owned by France’s Publicis Groupe, »
- Brian Steinberg
Even if you spent your summers on the couch watching reruns of The Price Is Right with your babysitter Sonia who smelled like sweat and cheese balls stuck in braces instead of going to summer camp, everyone knows what camp feels like, thanks to the tons of summer-camp movies and TV shows (remember Salute Your Shorts?) that we’ve seen over the years. In the middle of a blazing-hot New York City summer and with Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp on the horizon, we thought it time we revisit some of those camps. But really, summer-camp movies have less to do with the experience of applying bug spray and learning to swim in the lake, and more to do with celebrating childhood, rebellion, groups of scrappy outsiders pitted against the more popular, and groups of like-minded people banding together to make something impossible and wonderful happen. (Most »
- Brian Moylan
Grizzly bears versus unarmed human beings are undefeated (except for that Chuck Norris incident) -- so, a Japanese game show found out how one fares against a woman trapped in a glass box. No offense to "The Price Is Right" and "Jeopardy" ... but This is a game show!! Cars, sushi, origami, and game shows -- the Japanese got 'em on lock. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
CBS Daytime solidified its No. 1 standing in the ratings this spring, with all five of its programs — “The Young and the Restless,” “The Price Is Right,” “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Let’s Make a Deal” and “The Talk” — hitting ratings milestones during the second quarter.
Among the highlights was “The Talk” moving ahead of ABC’s “The View” in both total viewers (2.54 million vs. 2.52 million) and women 25-54 (549,000 vs. 505,000) — the CBS show’s first-ever quarterly finish as the No. 1 daytime chatfest in these categories as well as women 18-49 (413,000 vs. 396,000), according to Nielsen estimates for the March 30-June 26 ratings period. While there’s been plenty of upheaval in the show’s hosting ranks the last two years, “The Talk” has largely avoided significant changeover and seems to have benefited as a result.
In other Nielsen highlights for the second quarter, “Let’s Make a Deal” delivered its largest second-quarter »
- Rick Kissell
One of the best things about summer vacation as a child was getting to stay home and watch The Price Is Right, Sale of the Century or Hollywood Squares during the day. Now everyone who misses those summer game shows will be able to get their fix, but in primetime instead of during daylight hours.
Last week, ABC launched 500 Questions, a pumped-up traditional game show, and this week signals the return of Fox’s Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, the debut of Fear Factor-esque Bullseye, also on Fox, and CBS’s The Briefcase, more of a reality show than a game show, but there is still $200,000 at stake. Later this summer, ABC will kick off a new season »
- Brian Moylan
The ratings giant looks to life after its hit show CSI with an attempt to muscle into the superhero genre and an intergenerational comedy starring James Brolin
CBS has been the most-watched network in the country for years, but now it is seeing its ratings in the coveted 18-to-49 year-old demographic wither as shows such as The Walking Dead and Empire eat away at their lead. But since CBS already has a winning formula, it’s not really messing with it. There are just a few tweaks in their new fall schedule, which they plan to unveil Thursday at their upfront presentation, where they preview their new shows to advertisers like the spokesmodels on The Price Is Right show off a new car.
One of the biggest changes will be the end of CSI, the procedural that has been a tent pole for the network for 15 years and was, at one point, »
- Brian Moylan
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