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On TV this Monday: The Blacklist keeps us guessing, Noah Wyle visits the Lab Rats, Hostages are on lockdown and Rick and Morty premieres. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm Almost Human (Fox) | An old cop »
The Walking Dead’s ratings are big. Like really, really big.
It’s actually become a tad difficult to describe how big they are. AMC’s zombie drama is huge among total viewers — averaging nearly 19.9 million per episode when including seven days of DVR playback. But what’s truly stunning is the show’s adults 18-49 rating, the number that matters most to advertisers. That most recent average rating — a 10.3 with DVR — is second to nothing. Which makes comparisons tricky. So I put together this guide to give The Walking Dead’s dominance some perspective. Note: Every show’s average »
- James Hibberd
On TV this Monday: Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston returns to How I Met Your Mother, Sleepy Hollow gets an uninvited guest and The Blacklist and Hart of Dixie deal with family matters. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm How I Met Your Mother (CBS) | In a “flashback” episode, the gang ponders the Ted/Robin/Barney triangle, and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) returns as Ted’s former boss, Hammond Druthers. (Hopefully without any, »
Did you ever get so excited by a primetime network broadcast that you wanted to pick up your TV set and hurl it against a wall* — the way a heavy-metal guitarist in the throes of an arena encore might destroy his instrument to the cheers and whistles of the crowd? (*If your answer is “no,” just ride this recap out till the end of the next paragraph, Ok?)
That insane urge swelled up inside me during tonight’s installment of The Voice‘s Season 5 Live Playoffs, prompted by the perfect storm of a fine but somewhat sleepy opening 100 minutes, followed »
- Michael Slezak
Because the nominees for the 40th Annual People's Choice Awards are so all-encompassing, that means some of the categories are filled with very interesting pairings: "Pretty Little Liars" facing off against "Sons of Anarchy"? Yep, that's happening!
Favorite Network TV Comedy
"2 Broke Girls"
Favorite Comedic TV Actor
Favorite Comedic TV Actress
Favorite Network TV Drama
Favorite Dramatic TV Actor
Favorite Dramatic TV Actress
The 2014 People’s Choice Awards nominations were announced Nov. 5, and with fan-favorites like Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Lucy Hale & Lea Michele all racking up nominations, our heads are spinning!
The People’s Choice Awards has always been one of the stand-out fun awards show offerings, but this year’s ceremony is looking to be a bloodbath. Jared Padalecki vs. Jensen Ackles vs. Stephen Amell vs. Ian Somerhalder vs. Andrew Lincoln? Pretty Little Liars vs. The Walking Dead? (How does one even vote on that?) At least no matter who wins, it’s somebody we like, right? (Wrong. So wrong. This is huge!)
Vampires, Liars, Doctors, and Walkers: The TV Noms
With plenty of viable candidates, the TV nominations are as brutally difficult as ever this year. Some of our favorite categories include “Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show,” which has Beauty and the Beast, Once Upon A Time, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, »
- HL Intern
Glee may not be the phenomenon it once was, but it’s still a hit with The People.
Nominations for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards were announced Tuesday, and the Fox musical scored a leading eight nods. The Big Bang Theory and Grey’s Anatomy followed with five noms a piece, while How I Met Your Mother, Castle, Supernatural, Vampire Diaries and Walking Dead each scored four.
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See below for a complete rundown of the TV nominations…
Favorite Network TV Comedy
2 Broke Girls
- Michael Ausiello
Nominations for the 2013 People's Choice Awards -- the only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners -- were announced Tuesday, with Channing Tatum and Katy Perry leading the pack with multiple nods.
On hand at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills to announce the top vote-getters in each category were some of this year's presenters, including 2 Broke Girls star Beth Behrs, Hart of Dixie's Rachel Bilson, Mom star Allison Janney, R&B singer Ciara, and Glee's Darren Criss.
Pics: 2013 People's Choice Awards Arrivals
Perry picked up nominations for Favorite Music Video for Roar, Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Song for Roar, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist, while fellow pop star Britney Spears got nods for Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist.
Tatum was nominated for Favorite Movie Actor, Favorite Action Movie Star and Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor.
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On TV this Monday: A Revenge beauty finds herself on The Blacklist, Hart of Dixie picks Bachelor No. 2, Hostages gets a family reunion and Castle conspires. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm Hart of Dixie (CW) | Lemon is blacklisted from the Junior League Halloween Masquerade party, but instead lands a date with another of Alabama’s most eligible bachelors (Robert Buckley, One Tree Hill). (You know what they say: Revenge is a »
On TV this Monday: Bones takes a long overdue walk down the aisle, the doctor is back in in Hart of Dixie, and How I Met Your Mother and Mom tout big-name guest stars. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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This new batch of synopses for horror shows on The CW includes Halloween night in Mystic Falls, which of course means it's time for yet another "Vampire Diaries" fancy dress-up ball!
Pasts Are Revealed And Secrets Are Exposed — Angered by recent events involving the safety of his unborn baby, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) demands answers from Sophie (Daniella Pineda), believing she was involved. Sophie reveals to Klaus and Rebekah (Claire Holt) a troubling secret from her past.
Meanwhile, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) asks Klaus to accompany him to the bayou after gruesome remains are discovered, while Rebekah, Sophie, and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) set off on a mission of their own. Davina (Danielle Campbell) confides in an unexpected ally and reveals shocking information about the witches, ultimately leading to a disturbing revelation. »
- Debi Moore
The 2013 fall season is here, which means we have some great lines to choose from in the past week of television. From "Breaking Bad" to "Scandal" to "Saturday Night Live," here are 24 of the best quotes from the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 5.
Warning: There are both spoilers and many things said by Miley Cyrus in this article.
"I did it for me. I liked it. I was good at it." - Walter White to Skyler, admitting why he cooked meth, on "Breaking Bad"
"Actually, I quite fancy you from time to time, when you're not yelling at me." - Captain Hook to Emma on "Once Upon a Time"
"Well, anal is what we need right now." - Peter Florrick on "The Good Wife"
"It's like trying to describe salt to someone who's never tasted salt." - Virginia, explaining a female orgasm to William, on "Masters of Sex"
"That's smart. »
Prepare for Caroline in the City, Real Housewives-style! Bravo has greenlighted a spinoff series for Real Housewives of New Jersey star Caroline Manzo, tentatively titled Manzo'd With Children. Below is the official synopsis for the pilot: "The pilot will follow Real Housewives of New Jersey star Caroline Manzo as she attempts to be the ring leader of the crazy, Italian circus around her. Her adult children are driving her more nuts than ever: Albie is single and ready to mingle, Chris is eager to come up with the best idea since the stripper/car wash and Lauren is ready to entertain the idea of letting Vito put a ring on it. With the addition of kooky Aunt Fran and her revolving door of barnyard buddies, »
In America, TV writers are no longer made to feel like spare parts. Instead, they wield huge power – and their British counterparts aren't far behind
During the summer of 2009, I hosted a packed Q&A with visiting Americans Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and Jack Bender, at which fans of their long-running ABC drama Lost queued patiently, proffering posters and DVD inserts to be signed and requesting photos. It was as if these middle-aged back-office executives were as famous as Lost's nubile stars. At this moment I began to understand the importance of "showrunners" in the imagination of Us audiences.
The "showrunner" has achieved cult status in America, thanks to our ever-deepening appreciation of how TV works, through fansites and box-set extras, brand loyalty to long-running franchises nurtured at fan conventions such as San Diego's Comic-Con, and the global watercooler of social media. (While Bender was busy shooting in Hawaii, »
- Andrew Collins
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- Megan Masters
"Back to the Future" and "Caroline in the City" star Lea Thompson has signed on to star in "My Mother's Future Husband," a television movie for Up Television. The film, which also stars Matreya Fedor ("Cedar Cove,"pictured, below right), centers on widowed mother Rene Anderson (played by Thompson), who's devoted herself to running her bistro and whose entire social life consists of trying to be the Bff of her 15-year-old daughter, Headly (Fedor). Also read: Valerie Harper, Lauren Holly Cast in 'The Town That Came A-Courtin' Though still grieving her father's death five »
- Tim Kenneally
Caroline Flack is dating music manager Jack Street. The 33-year-old presenter - who previously dated One Direction hunk Harry Styles - first sparked rumours that she was romantically linked to Jack, 25 - who is eight years her junior - after getting flirty on Twitter, but now the lovebirds have confirmed their new relationship. Last week, Caroline wrote on Twitter: ''Can you come catch my daddy long legs please?' To which Jack responded: ''Two minutes. Be careful, they're poisonous...'' Jack - who handles the likes of Disclosure and Sam Smith - was spotted getting cosy with the brunette beauty at Glastonbury music »
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Question: Do you have anything on Season 5 of Parenthood? —Austin
Ausiello: A third party is going to create some tension in Julia and Joel’s marriage, and — shocker! — it’s not one of their irrepressible demon spawn! (I josh, I josh. I love those fire-breathing monsters… like a cold sore.) When the action picks up (after a somewhat sizeable time jump), Joel is in the midst of working on a two-year project with a fireball of an architect »
- Michael Ausiello
Jean Stapleton will forever be known to TV viewers as Edith Bunker on "All in the Family." The veteran actress died at the age of 90 on Friday, May 31 and she leaves behind a legacy of stage, screen and TV roles.
Stapleton won two Golden Globes and three Emmys for "All in the Family." Her character, Edith Bunker, appeared in the "All in the Family" continuation series "Archie Bunker's Place," but died off screen. The Season 2 premiere of the series saw Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor) deal with Edith's death.
In 1976, at the height of "All in the Family," Stapleton made a memorable appearance on "The Muppet Show." There she performed in several sketches, singing with the Muppets.
In 1982, Stapleton was nominated for a Golden Globe and Emmy for her TV film "Eleanor, First Lady of the World." She eventually took the role to the stage and starred in a one-woman show as Eleanor Roosevelt. »
- Chris Harnick
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