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Tuesday, May 21, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: Dancing With The Stars, The Voice, Grimm, and So You Think You Can Dance. Specials: The Bachelor's Funniest Moments and NBC News Special: Devastation in Oklahoma. Episode reruns: NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Vampire Diaries, and America's Next Top Model.
8pm - The Bachelor's Funniest Moments: (special) 1.2 in the demo with 4.75 million.
9pm - Dancing with the Stars: 2.6 in the demo with 14.95 million.
8pm - NCIS: Los Angeles: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 7.70 million.
9pm - NCIS: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 7.75 million.
10pm - NCIS: (rerun) 1.4 in the demo with 7.15 million.
8pm - The Vampire Diaries: (rerun) 0.3 in the demo with 0.77 million.
9pm - America's »
It was a tale of two finales last night, as Dancing with the Stars fell by 21 percent compared to last year's conclusion; while the Grimm Season 2 ender outperformed the final episode of Grimm Season 1.
Read on for a wrap-up...
So You Think You Can Dance: 4.5 million viewers
NCIS Los Angeles rerun: 7.7 million
The Bachelor's Funniest Moments: 4.7 million
The Vampire Diaries rerun: 770,000
The Voice: 10 million
Dancing with the Stars: 14.9 million
NCIS rerun: 7.7 million
America's Next Top Model rerun: 580,000
Grimm: 5.2 million
NCIS rerun: 7.1 million »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The season finale of "Dancing With the Stars" scored its best ratings of the spring cycle on Tuesday, but the show couldn't quite match the finale of the "All-Stars" season in the fall.
The "DWTS" finale may have stolen a little bit of thunder from "The Voice," however, as NBC's show had its lowest 18-49 rating for a Tuesday show this season. The "Grimm" season finale was on par with its recent performances, and "So You Think You Can Dance" was off a little in viewers from last week's premiere but held steady in the 18-49 demographic.
ABC averaged 11.55 million viewers and a 7.5 rating/12 share in households Tuesday night. NBC (7.8 million, 4.9/8) beat CBS (7.5 million, 5.0/8) by a little bit to take second place. Fox came in fourth with 4.6 million viewers and a 2.8/4, and The CW (674,000, 0.4/1) was well back with a night of reruns.
NBC grabbed »
ABC 8:00 The Bachelor's Funniest Moments (new) 9:00 Dancing With the Stars (new, season finale) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (repeat, with guests Ethan Hawke and Desiree Hartsock) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (repeat) 9:00 NCIS (repeat) 10:00 NCIS (repeat) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guest Jason Bateman) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Zach Galifianakis and Andrea Riseborough) Fox 8:00 So You Think You Can Dance (new) NBC 8:00 The Voice (repeat) 9:00 The Voice (new) 10:00 Grimm (new, season finale) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Eric Stonestreet and Jeremy Wade) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Aziz Ansari and Gillian Anderson) The CW 8:00 The Vampire Diaries (repeat) 9:00 America's Next Top Model: College Edition (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
The Fall TV Season presentations for all the new network shows take place this week with the fifth and final one announced today. Here's a full breakdown of which concepts have made the final list over on The CW.
After targeting teen girls for so long, The CW has widened their demographic focus and in the process have improved their fortunes with three of their five new shows from last year returning. One in particular, "Arrow," has been a big hit for them. As a result this year's line-up sticks heavily with genre fare - sci-fi, supernatural, and even a period piece.
The network's troubled "Nikita" has scored a six episode third season order to wrap up its story lines, no word on when those episodes will air just yet. In fact, specific premiere dates for all their shows have yet to be set.
Several other pilots didn't make the »
- Garth Franklin
Update 5/16: With everyone's schedules announced, only a handful of shows are still in limbo.
Update 5/13: A few more shows, including "The Cleveland Show" but not "Hannibal" (at least not yet), have their futures decided.
Update 5/10: More pilot pickups and CBS and NBC cancellations, plus ABC's massive wave of announcements, now reflected below.
Update 5/9: Now includes "Parks and Recreation" renewal, NBC cancellations and more pilot pickups.
Update 5/8: Latest news reflected below.
In just two weeks, the broadcast networks (and a few cable channels) will announce their lineups for the 2013-14 season. We'll get our first looks at new shows for next season then, along with schedules for the fall and beyond.
Before the upfronts start, though, it's helpful to know -- which series the networks have already picked up for next season. In some cases -- particularly at CBS and at Fox -- there won't be »
The lineups are set, the new shows are ordered and the broadcast networks are starting to gear up for another season.
Here's your first look at how the networks will stack up against one another in the fall. For the most part, the biggest shows -- like "The Big Bang Theory," "The Voice" and "Modern Family" -- are staying in their familiar timeslots, but the nets have done a good amount of timeslot shuffling with returning series and added more than 20 new shows to the mix as well -- including Fox's "Almost Human," pictured above.
It's never too early to start planning your DVR strategy for the fall. This should help. Take a look at the prime-time grid for ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW in fall 2013 (roll your mouse over a day to see that night's schedule).
Fall 2013 Primetime Night-by-Night Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 8: »
The CW has come out with its 2013-2014 schedule, pairing The Originals with Supernatural on Tuesday nights; shifting Beauty and the Beast to Mondays and giving new drama Reign the prime Thursday evening spot after The Vampire Diaries.
Scroll down for the complete listings and continue to check with TV Fanatic throughout the day for new series photos, trailers and more!
8/7c: Hart of Dixie
9/8c: Beauty and the Beast
8/7c: The Originals (New Show)
9/8c: The Tomorrow People (New Show)
8/7c: The Vampire Diaries
9/8c: Reign (New Show)
8/7c: The Carrie Diaries
9/8c: America's Next Top Model
The CW Sizzle Reel: 2013-2014 Shows »
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The CW is making some major changes to its line-up for the 2013 season, the network announced on Thursday at its Upfront presentation in New York City.
8 p.m. -- "Hart of Dixie"
9 p.m. -- "Beauty and the Beast"
The CW's Monday is a destination for romance -- the comedic charm of "Hart of Dixie" at 8 p.m., followed by the epic, dangerous story of Cat and Vincent on "Beauty and the Beast" at 9 p.m. Though the shows initially seem like an odd fit, following "Dixie's" sugary sweetness with a the troubled, passionate tale of "Beauty and the Beast" may just strike the balance that the shows need to get off the bubble.
8 p.m. -- "The Originals"
9 p.m. -- "Supernatural"
We expected "The Originals" to follow "Vampire Diaries" on Thursday nights, but we're pleased to see that the network chose to put the spin-off on Tuesdays instead. »
The CW has a somewhat bigger roster of original shows coming in 2013-14, and that means some shakeup to the schedule.
"Supernatural," which has aired on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays over the course of its eight seasons, now goes to Tuesdays (where it briefly aired at the start of its first season before moving to Thursdays) to be paired with "The Vampire Diaries" spinoff "The Originals." "Beauty and the Beast" and "Hart of Dixie" move to Mondays, and "The Carrie Diaries" gets a Friday-night spot in the fall.
Two other new series, "The Tomorrow People" and "Reign," are on the fall schedule as well. Two other scripted newcomers, "The 100" and "Star-Crossed," along with Season 4 of "Nikita" and the new reality show "Famous in 12," are on deck for midseason.
Take a look at The CW's prime-time grid for fall 2013.
The CW is shaking up 80 percent of its ten-hour lineup next fall, leaving only The Vampire Diaries and Arrow in their current time slots. The network's biggest move: It's scheduling its Tvd spinoff The Originals Tuesday at eight rather than putting it behind Tvd on Thursdays. Instead, the slot behind the CW's top-rated show goes to historical drama Reign, which tells the story of Mary, Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane). Hart of Dixie, now on Tuesdays, shifts to Mondays, paired with the returning Beauty and the Beast. The CW is also creating Greg Berlanti Wednesdays (no, it's not really calling it that) by putting Berlanti's adaptation of seventies U.K. dystopian drama The Tomorrow People at 9 p.m., immediately after Berlanti's successful superhero series Arrow. Fridays get a makeover with a relocated The Carrie Diaries and the still-going America's Next Top Model. (Spoiler alert for Carrie: The CW says that »
- Josef Adalian
The CW is changing up its schedule for the 2013-2014 season.
"Hart of Dixie" and "Beauty of the Beast" both move to Mondays. "Supernatural" will leave "Arrow" on Wednesdays and move to "Tuesdays," and "The Carrie Diaries" has been shifted to Fridays. "Star-Crossed," "The 100" and "Famous in 12" will premiere midseason. The CW will launch its new fall season in October 2013.
"Nikita" will return for a six episode final season, but no return date has been given.
"We had a terrific season last year, growing our audience on-air, digitally and socially. Now we are building on that success by continuing to add more original programming all year long, and by adding high-concept, exciting shows to our schedule that will help us continue our mission of broadening out our 18-to-34-year old audience," Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, said in a statement. "'Arrow' was one of the breakout hits of this season, »
- Chris Harnick
The CW found a (CW-sized) hit this season in "Arrow." The first-year series is the most-watched show on the network at 3.7 million viewers, and runs second to "The Vampire Diaries" in adults 18-49 and The CW's core demographic of adults 18-34.
It's a start, at least. Although the network's overall audience has inched up this season (1.3 million viewers in primetime vs. 1.24 million this time last year), it's drawing slightly fewer of the young-adult viewers that are its lifeblood.
The CW is reportedly being a little more aggressive with series pickups for 2013-14, which could help keep it from the long stretches it currently goes without much original programming. That would help too.
Pics: 22 pilots we hope become series
As we've done with ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, Zap2it offers up a possible schedule for The CW in the fall (new shows in italics, all times Et/Pt) along with »
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If you're in Portland, come to the Top of the World Party to help some rad gay chicks climb a mountain. They are fundraising to benefit the American Lung Association and Climb For Clean Air, because they care.
If you are this girl's boyfriend's lesbian roommate (still with me?) you should probably know she is not super happy with you.
Nina Sky are fierce on the cover of Vndl magazine this month.
The Stir had Dana Rudolph of Mombian write something about being a lesbian mom on Mother's Day for their site. As long as you still get gifts, I think it's all good.
Two Danish dudes named Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam will likely be writing Sacha Baron Cohen's The Lesbian. This can either be really great or really terrible. Mostly it'll just fuck up my Google news feed. »
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: The Voice, Grimm, Splash, Dancing With The Stars, Body of Proof, Hell's Kitchen, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Hart of Dixie, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Golden Boy. Episode reruns: America's Next Top Model.
8pm - Splash: 1.0 in the demo (+11% change) with 4.36 million.
9pm - Dancing with the Stars: 1.7 in the demo (+13% change) with 10.51 million.
10pm - Body of Proof: 1.4 in the demo (-13% change) with 8.14 million.
8pm - NCIS: 2.9 in the demo (-6% change) with 16.99 million.
9pm - NCIS: Los Angeles: 2.4 in the demo (+9% change) with 13.02 million.
10pm - Golden Boy: 1.2 in the demo (-8% change) with 7.13 million.
8pm - Hart of »
NBC won Tuesday evening among younger viewers, while CBS took home the overall title on a night that saw very little movement up or down across the board.
Read on for a full ratings report...
The Voice: 11.1 million viewers
NCIS: 17 million
Hell's Kitchen: 4.6 million
Splash: 4.3 million
Hart of Dixie: 1.2 million
NCIS Los Angeles: 13 million
New Girl: 3.9 million/The Mindy Project: 2.7 million
Dancing with the Stars: 10.5 million
America's Next Top Model rerun: 650,000
Grimm: 6 million
Body of Proof: 8.1 million
Golden Boy: 7.1 million »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Week two of "Grimm's" Tuesday-night run brought more solid ratings for the show, which improved a little over last week in viewers and was pretty steady in adults 18-49.
The night's two biggest shows, "The Voice" and "NCIS," were both down from last week, but both retained their leads in the 18-49 demo and total viewers, respectively. The season finale of "Splash" was up a little bit for ABC, while the "Hart of Dixie" finale was on par with last week. "New Girl" and "The Mindy Project" were also up a little.
CBS brought in 12.4 million viewers and a 7.9 rating/13 share in households Tuesday night, topping NBC (9.4 million, 5.9/9) by about 3 million viewers. ABC (7.7 million, 5.1/8) came in third. Fox grabbed fourth with 4 million viewers and a 2.5/4. The CW (950,000, 0.7/1) trailed.
NBC led all three hours in adults 18-49 and finished the night with a 3.0 rating. CBS »
Last night I was watching the season finale of "RuPaul's Drag Race" and marveling at how much better at being Tyra Banks RuPaul is than, well, Tyra Banks. Over the years, "America's Next Top Model" has become a campy parody of itself, which isn't such a bad thing. Banks clearly understands where fashion and performance intersect, and she's not above some knowing self-parody. But the true camp master diva has to be RuPaul. Whenever I've seen RuPaul Andre Charles in menswear, it's never felt quite right. He (in this case, I'll use he) is somehow like a newly shorn sheep, wobbly »
- Liane Bonin Starr
ABC 8:00 Splash (new, season finale) 9:00 Dancing With the Stars (new) 10:00 Body of Proof (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (new, with guests Robert Downey Jr. and Simon Pegg) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 NCIS (new) 9:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (new) 10:00 Golden Boy (new) 11:35 Late Night With David Letterman (new, with guests Zooey Deschanel and Jim Gaffigan) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Ryan Seacrest and Andrea Osvárt) Fox 8:00 Hell's Kitchen (new) 9:00 New Girl (new) 9:30 The Mindy Project (new) NBC 8:00 The Voice (new) 10:00 Grimm (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Lauren Graham and Ken Jeong) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests John Krasinski and Eli Roth) The CW 8:00 Hart of Dixie (new, season finale) 9:00 America's Next Top Model: College Edition (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Just when we thought we'd heard of every conceivable means of humiliating a woman on TV, along came "Blachman."
Here's the premise of this Danish prime-time TV show: a woman enters a room and silently strips in front of the male host and a male guest, who then critique the woman's body out loud in front of her.
Danish X-Factor judge Thomas Blachman, who hosts the new, eponymous show, claims he doesn't consider the content problematic. He told the Daily Mail, "[T]he entire idea of the show is to let men talk about the bodies of naked women while the woman is standing right in front of them. The female body thirsts for words. The words of a man."
According to the Sun, DR2 channel producer Sofia Fromberg also fails to see any problems with the show: “We have a program that reveals what men think about the female body. »
- The Huffington Post
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