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The veteran actor, who recurred in Season 3 of the CBS comedy as Bonnie’s suitor — wheelchair-bound former stuntman Adam — has a list of credits a mile long, ranging from Prison Break to Empire. When last seen on Mom, his character was headed off to Croatia for a gig as a movie stunt coordinator.
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CBS’s two-hour Big Brother return controlled Wednesday night ratings with a 1.8 demo rating and 6.14 million viewers, taking every half hour in those and other key metrics. Not such a strong performance from the network’s launch of American Gothic, which fell to a 0.7 in the demo off its Bb leadin (though a 1.0 among adults 25-54) and 3.53M viewers. Bb dominated competitors both its hours. That included Fox’s Masterchef (1.0, 3.7M) and Wayward Pines (0.7, 2.4M); ABC’s… »
Summer staple “Big Brother” won a quiet Wednesday night for CBS, but the reality juggernaut couldn’t boost the premiere of murder mystery “American Gothic.” The two-hour “Big Brother” opener scored a 1.8 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic, drawing 6.1 million viewers, but “Gothic” shed much of its lead-in, ending up with a 0.7 rating and 3.5 million in the 10 p.m. hour.
In a night littered with repeats, a new episode of Fox’s “MasterChef” was down two-tenths from last week’s outing against “Big Brother,” earning a 1.0 rating and 3.7 million viewers at 8 p.m., followed by “Wayward Pines,” which matched last week’s 0.7 demo score and drew 2.4 million watchers.
CBS won the night overall with an average 1.5 demo score and 5.3 million viewers, followed by NBC with a 1.0 rating and 3.8 million tuned in »
- Laura Prudom
CBS' new murder mystery drama, American Gothic (3.5 million/0.7 rating) premiered low with a solid lead in.
Before that, Big Brother (6.1 million viewers/1.8 rating) returned down from last year, but still strong.
Fox's Masterchef (3.7 million/1.0 rating) slipped, but Wayward Pines (2.4 million/0.7 rating) was even.
ABC went with encores of The Middle (3.8 million/0.8 rating), The Goldbergs (3.3 million/0.8 rating), Modern Family (3.4 million/0.9 rating) and Black-ish (3.1 million/0.8 rating), Fresh Off The Boat (2.7 million/0.8 rating) and The Real O'Neals (2.2 million/0.7 rating).
And The CW went with encores of Arrow (0.8 million/0.2 rating) and Supernatural (0.9 million/0.4 rating).
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- Paul Dailly
Big Brother is always watching, and a number of people watched “Big Brother” last night. The CBS reality competition won Wednesday outright, but it couldn’t lift the debut of “American Gothic” at 10 o’clock. Univision finished second in the key 18-49 demographic; NBC was runner-up among total viewers. Also Read: 'Orange Is the New Black' Season 4 Debut Ratings: Not Quite 'Fuller House' (Exclusive) CBS was first in ratings with a 1.5 rating/6 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 5.3 million, according to preliminary numbers. “Big Brother” at 8 p.m. »
- Tony Maglio
CBS’ Big Brother opened Season 18 on Wednesday with 6.1 million total viewers and a 1.9 demo rating, easily leading the night in both measures yet down 13 and 9 percent from last year’s opener to quite possibly (?) mark a premiere low.
RelatedAmerican Gothic Premiere Recap: Were You Slayed by CBS’ Murder Mystery?
Leading out of that, American Gothic debuted to 3.5 mil and a 0.7 (and an average reader grade of “B-“), matching fellow CBS freshman BrainDead‘s premiere rating but down from what a Criminal Minds rerun (5.3 mil/0.9) did last year airing after Big Brother’s bow.
Over on Fox, MasterChef (3.7 mil/1.0) slipped 12 and 20 percent, »
The Pitch Perfect star joined the equally virtuosic Late Late Show host on Wednesday for “Soundtrack to a Love Story,” a four-minute musical that charted a fictitious romance between the melodic duo from meet-cute to “I do’s.”
While hits by The Weeknd, Boyz II Men and Bruno Mars perfectly scored the twosome’s happiest days, they eventually turned to the powerful lyricism of Adele (aka the queen of heartbreak songs) to express their feelings amid a crumbling marriage. »
There's a killer among the Hawthorne family. Maybe. Probably.
American Gothic Season 1 Episode 1 introduced the prominent Boston family that is at the center of one big mystery ("Is one of these people the infamous Silver Bells Killer?") and a bunch of smaller, decidedly less interesting mysteries.
Pilots are hard. It's difficult to introduce the audience to your TV show, establishing characters you want to root for and a world that they believe in, while simultaneously laying the groundwork for a story that the audience will want to watch unfold – something that will keep them tuning in, week after week.
Unfortunately, American Gothic is not quite there for me. Yet, anyway.
I make a point not to pass final judgment after a series premiere. Typically, I give something at least five episodes before I officially give it the boot from my TV watching schedule. This premiere didn't set anything up that »
- Caralynn Lippo
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Felito is joining the CBS procedural’s upcoming third season in a series-regular role.
PhotosFall Preview: 11 TV Characters Who Have a Sizzling Autumn Ahead of ‘Em!
Ferlito will play a sexy, tough and acerbic FBI Special Agent who is sent down to New Orleans from DC to investigate the NCIS team. A by-the-book bureaucrat, she’ll bring a completely different way of doing things — as well as a mysterious past, natch — to New Orleans, which will put »
Given that CBS' new summer series American Gothic is supposed to be a creepy drama about a family that starts to freak out over which member is a notorious serial killer, I probably wasn't supposed to laugh. But it was hard not to. That's pretty much all you need to know about a show where almost everybody is so deadpan that it looks like sedatives might have been placed in bowls on the craft services table or, more likely, that they realized while speaking their lines that it was all going sideways in a hurry. There is one more thing you do
- Tim Goodman
In a move to maximize its timely commentary on the sure-to-be-noisy happenings at the upcoming Republican and Democratic national conventions, CBS’ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert will broadcast live those two weeks, at 11:35 pm Et.
VideosStephen Colbert Blasts Senate’s Gun Vote in Wake of Orlando Massacre
The Late Show will air live Monday, July 18, through Thursday, July 21 (during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland), and then return with another run of live shows Monday, July 25, through Thursday, July 28 (during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia).
The late-night talker usually tapes each night’s show at 5:30/4:30c, »
Stephen Colbert verbally obliterated the Senate on Tuesday following their failure to pass new gun control measures in wake of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.
The Late Show host lambasted the government for its inability to come to an agreement on any of the four newly proposed bills that would make it more difficult for guns to get into the hands of both criminals and the mentally unstable following the June 10 shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla. Newly proposed measures also »
Just as CBS’ other summer launch asks “What’s Eating Washington?” (answer: alien bugs), American Gothic in a way asks, “What’s eating the Hawthornes?” (answer: the secret that a serial killer’s roots may have sprung in their own, well-manicured backyard).
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Premiering Wednesday at 10/9c, American Gothic follows a prominent Boston family — lorded over by Mitchell and Madeline Hawthorne (played by Homeland‘s Jamey Sheridan and Sideways‘ Virginia Madsen) — as daughter Allison (The Knick‘s Juliet Rylance) launches a run for mayor. Simultaneous with that proud event, however, siblings Cam »
CBS is the latest broadcast net to detail its premiere plan for the 2016-17 TV season (following NBC, Fox and The CW), and the network once again kicks things off with Thursday Night Football on Sept. 15.
RelatedFall TV First Impression: CBS’ Bull
The network’s new six-hour docu-series Case Closed, which examines the unsolved JonBenet Ramsay murder, will air over three nights— Sunday, Sept. 18, Monday, Sept. 19 and Sunday, Sept. 25 — during premiere week.
Elsewhere, Scorpion and Two Broke Girls will return with super-sized episodes.
RelatedFall TV Schedule 2016: What’s on When? And Versus What?
All told, the CBS’ rollout strategy »
Official series premiere photos from American Gothic, which premieres Wednesday, June 22 at 10pm on CBS.
"Arrangement in Grey and Black" -- A prominent Boston family reels in the wake of the chilling discovery that someone in their midst is linked to an infamous string of murders. After 14 years, the case of "The Silver Bells Killer" is reopened and the Hawthorne family find themselves wondering if one of their own could be behind the grisly killings that rocked the city of Boston. As shocking secrets from the past and present are revealed, their mounting suspicion and paranoia that one of them is a killer threatens to tear the family apart. »
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Shows include 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Amazing Race, American Gothic, Angel from Hell, The Big Bang Theory, Big Brother, Blue Bloods, BrainDead, Bull, Code Black, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Cyber, Doubt, Elementary, Extant, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-0 (2010), Hunted, Kevin Can Wait, Life in Pieces, Limitless, MacGyver (2016), Madam Secretary, The McCarthys, Mike & Molly, The Millers, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, The Odd Couple (2015), Person of Interest, Pure Genius, Ransom, Rush Hour, Scorpion, Supergirl, Survivor, Training Day, Under the Dome, Undercover Boss, Zoo, »
One true-crime project just isn’t enough for CBS.
The Eye network is developing a limited series about the 1974 abduction of Patty Hearst by terrorist group the Symbionese Liberation Army, written by Jonathan Tolins (Grease Live!, Queer as Folk), our sister site Deadline reports.
As reported in April, CBS is also working on a true-crime anthology series, the first season of which will focus on the murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey.
We need to talk about the Hawthornes.
At first glance, the wealthy Boston family at the heart of CBS’ new summer drama American Gothic (premiering Wednesday, June 22 at 10/9c) might look like they just stepped out of a page from Who’s Who in the Patrician Beantown Suburbs, but you don’t have to get past the marble foyer to see their Jackson Pollock original isn’t the only thing in the house that’s a little spotty.
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Right from the opening scene, as eldest daughter Alison »
Nothing like a little sorcery to quell a fiery backlash. Code Black, which last week fired to series regulars amid a Season 2 cast shakeup, is introducing a new doctor with (admittedly very loose) ties to the Harry Potter universe.
RelatedGrey’s New Romance, Beckett’s Bike, First Axed Show, Virgin Sex and 26 More Fall TV Predictions: Which Came True?
The character, “Charlotte Piel,” is described a former child star of an iconic movie franchise — “think Hermione Granger in Harry Potter,” reads the casting notice — who gave up acting to go to medical school. Now a resident at Angels Memorial, Charlotte »
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