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[[tmz:video id="0_rngkezkv"]] Tony Dovolani says the Church of Scientology was hot on his tail during his stint with Leah Remini on "Dancing with the Stars" ... looking for any dirt they could find to discredit her ... even by association. Dovolani was at Lax, toting around Leah's book, 'Troublemaker,' -- when our photog asked if the Church harassed him. Tony unloaded. He's not afraid at all ... as he says, you tend to cherish your freedom when you come from Kosovo. »
- TMZ Staff
Only three returning ABC TV shows were up in the ratings last season and many new series were cancelled. How will the alphabet network perform this time around? Stay tuned!
There's lots of data that network execs looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.
ABC shows (so far): 20/20, Black-ish, Blood & Oil, Castle, Dancing With The Stars, Dr. Ken, Fresh Off The Boat, How To Get Away With Murder, The Goldbergs, Grey's Anatomy, Last Man Standing, Marvel's Agents of Shield, The Middle, Modern Family, The Muppets, Nashville, Once Upon A Time, Quantico, Scandal, Shark Tank, and Wicked City.
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[[tmz:video id="0_uzv4x4bn"]] Bindi Irwin has no worry she'll get the money she's owed for winning "Dancing with the Stars" ... despite the fact a judge still hasn't approved her contract. The 17-year-old was leaving Lax when we asked her about the contract, and sure she'll get the money -- more than $300k, but there's a hitch ... she answers to 2 tax men, not just one. But anything left won't go in her pocket ... she's got a cause. And Bindi »
- TMZ Staff
On Tuesday night, Dancing With the Stars crowned Bindi Irwin and her partner, Derek Hough, as the winners of season 21! After earning yet another perfect score for their Argentine tango on Nov. 25, the duo beat out Nick Carter and his partner, Sharna Burgess, for the show's iconic mirror ball trophy. Bindi, who dedicated many of her emotional performances to her late father, Steve Irwin, took to Instagram after her big win to share a heartwarming message, writing, "I am speechless. This is a gift and I can't tell you how much love I have for all of your support throughout this beautiful journey. My life has been changed." See Bindi's priceless reaction on Instagram below! A photo posted by Bindi Irwin (@bindisueirwin) on Nov 24, 2015 at 10:22pm Pst »
- Kelsie Gibson
After her crowd-pleasing win of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” Bindi Irwin was in a hurry to get back to her normal life. The daughter of the late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin flew back to her native Australia Wednesday, mere hours after her reality show victory. While she will most certainly return for the annual “Dancing With the Stars” national dance tour, which kicks off Dec. 15, the new star apparently has no other projects in the pipeline — at least for now. Irwin was crowned the winner of “Dancing With the Stars” Season 21 on Tuesday. Also Read: 'Dancing With the Stars'. »
- Linda Ge
“Dancing with the Stars” season 21 champion Bindi Irwin says her win on the dance competition series was truly life changing. “It truly has changed my life and I feel like I’ve grown as a person,” the 17 year old conservationist said on Tuesday’s “Good Morning America.” “Not only have I learned about the world of sequins and sparkles and high heels, but to be blessed with this beautiful family, I feel like my family has just been extended, even more than animals,” she said. “This experience will forever be a part of my life and forever live in my heart. »
- Joe Otterson
Tuesday, November 24, 2015 ratings -- New episodes: Dancing with the Stars, The Voice, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Grandfathered, The Grinder, Scream Queens, NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, and Limitless. Specials: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown. Reruns: The Flash
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It's been nine years since wildlife expert Steve Irwin tragically died, but his daughter, Bindi, is carrying on his legacy. Ever since she joined the cast of Dancing With the Stars, Bindi's been in the spotlight more than ever. Throughout her journey on the show, Bindi has had the audience constantly transfixed, especially when she paid tribute to Steve with one of the most moving dances in the show's history. It goes without saying that her vulnerability is ultimately why she eventually took home the trophy. But DWTS isn't the only platform Bindi has used to honor her father. On Instagram, she has posted messages about losing her dad and even shared the last photo she ever took with him, and that's not where the love ends. Keep reading for all the pictures she's shared over the years, including the heartfelt captions that accompany them. »
- Ryan Roschke
16 seasons. Six mirrorball trophies. Two Emmy wins. Derek Hough has had quite the run on Dancing With the Stars, taking home his sixth win with Bindi Irwin on Tuesday night. A fan-favorite since his debut on the ABC reality hit's fifth season, Derek has basically become the face of DWTS. But is he ready to say goodbye after his latest victory?! He hinted as much when we caught up with him after his latest win. "I don't know, who knows," Derek told E! News' Sibley Scoles when asked if he would be returning for season 22. "I have to say this isn't a bad way to go out." Nooo! Say it isn't so, Derek! Press play on our interview with Derek and Bindi above to hear »
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a winner was crowned on Dancing With The Stars (2.4/8) last night, and we're getting closer to one on The Voice (2.1/7). As America gets ready for the holiday, usage slipped 4% from last week. Up 4% among adults 18-49 from its Season 20 finale on May 19 this year for its best demo rating in almost a year, Tuesday's two-hour DWTS was down 17% from the Season 19 ender of November 25. And DWTS can't blame its lead-in — the A Charlie Brown Thanks… »
ABC won the final Tuesday of November in key demos behind annual holiday special “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” and the season finale of “Dancing With the Stars,” which was at a fall high but down double digits from last year’s especially strong finish. NBC’s “Chicago Med,” meanwhile, had a good week-two performance despite a smaller lead-in and opposite tougher competition.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” opened the night a winner for ABC (2.2 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, 7.5 million viewers overall), on par with CBS veteran “NCIS” for the 8 o’clock hour’s 18-49 lead. ABC put the special in a higher-profile slot this year (instead of Thanksgiving Eve or Thanksgiving itself) and it paid off with a good result against potent competition, matching the show’s best demo rating since 2008.
It led into the two-hour “Dancing With the Stars” finale (2.4/8 in 18-49, 13.4 million »
- Rick Kissell
23 years ago today, Disney continued its renaissance with the release of “Aladdin,” and Abu, Aladdin, Jasmine, the magic carpet, and the Genie quickly found their way into Disney fans’ hearts. Part of an era for the House of Mouse that’s known as the Disney Renaissance, the movie that showed us a whole new world was released between 1991’s “Beauty and the Beast” and 1994’s “The Lion King.” It was the film that started the trend that continues to this day: Celebrities dominating voice acting in animated films. Before the late Robin Williams lent his winning energy to the Genie, voice acting was almost exclusively in the realm of people specifically trained to provide voices for animated characters. Though our favorite street rat-turned-prince got his name in the title, the Genie is the character audiences really responded to, and that continues today: He’s the most memorable part of the »
- Emily Rome
ABC’s Dancing With the Stars wrapped Season 21 on Tuesday night with 13.5 million total viewers and a 2.4 rating (per finals), up in the demo versus May’s Rumer/Val coronation (13.5 mil/2.3) though down 16 and 20 percent from Alfonso and Witney’s year-ago win (16 mil/3.0).
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Opening ABC’s night, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving did 7.5 mil and a 2.2, tying NCIS for the scripted demo win.
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CBS | NCIS (16.2 mil/2.2), New Orleans (11.9 mil/1.6) and Limitless (6.5 mil/1.3) each »
Bindi Irwin took home the Mirrorball trophy Tuesday night on “Dancing With the Stars,” handing the ABC reality competition its highest ratings since last November in the process. The Tuesday Season 21 finale was up four percent from last year’s season-ending episode in the key 18-49 demographic. ABC was rewarded by finishing in first place outright last night, edging CBS on the total viewer side. ABC was first in ratings with a 2.3 rating/8 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 11.5 million, according to preliminary numbers. Following a movie rerun, “DWTS” at 9 p.m. »
- Tony Maglio
Dancing With the Stars' season may be over, but the ballroom battle is still raging on! Congratulations are in order for Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough, who took home the mirrorball trophy on Tuesday night, making it Derek's sixth win on the ABC reality hit. Impressive? For sure. But is Derek Hough really the show's No. 1 pro dancer? We decided to find out...by ranking all 41 pros that have ever competed on Dancing With the Stars over its 21-season history. Cheryl Burke, Tony Dovolani, Lacey Schwimmer, Julianne Hough, the Chmerkovskiy brothers ...they're all included, plus some names you probably will not even recognize. So find out who's DWTS' No. 1 dancer of all-time »
Bindi Irwin was named the winner of Dancing with the Star’s 21st season Tuesday night. Bindi Irwin Wins ‘DWTS’ Irwin, who was paired with pro Derek Hough throughout the competition, consistently placed at the top of the leaderboard. It came as little surprise that the dynamic pairing ending up besting the other duos to take home […]
- Chelsea Regan
Kim Zolciak-Biermann made her triumphant return to the Dancing With the Stars dance floor, despite a bundle of nerves. "I really got choked up being there and being down—docking down [near the genie bottle]—and realizing I'm back. I really love the show. I didn't think I was going to love it like I did. To have a stroke and heart surgery three weeks ago and be back here—it's like nothing else matters," Kim told E! News' Sibley Scoles. "I don't care if I just twirled around on the stage—I didn't care! I remember just eight weeks ago the pressure I put on myself just to be perfect." Viewers will recall the Don't Be Tardy reality star was force to »
Bindi Irwin did her homework, according to Derek Hough, and Dancing With the Stars judges and viewers took notice. The "Wildlife Warrior" took home the Mirror Ball trophy for season 21 of Dancing With the Stars. She can thank all the work she did. "I never met somebody who did their homework more than she did. She'd come in everyday prepared and ready to go and just gave me her absolute all, so much so that we literally don't have anything left. After this week, my poor baby is broken—she's bruised and broken," Derek told E! News after the big win. "She's incredible. It's been an amazing, amazing journey." Bindi said there's just one way to describe the »
A nice premiere for “Chicago Med” teamed with winning results for “The Voice,” “Blindspot” and “Sunday Night Football” to lift NBC to another victory in the young-adults demo and helped cinch another November sweep victory for the network.
NBC, which won for an eighth time in nine weeks this fall in adults 18-49, prevailed for a fourth straight November sweep, according to preliminary estimates for the ratings period which ends tonight. And its margin of victory over the second-place finisher (21% ahead of Fox) would be the largest for any network in 19 years.
With three nights to be counted (through Sunday), NBC led in adults 18-49 with a 2.3 “live plus same-day” rating, followed by Fox (1.9), CBS (1.8), ABC (1.7), Univision (0.8), CW (0.6) and Telemundo (0.5). The Peacock also is poised to prevail in adults 25-54 (2.9 vs. 2.5 for CBS) and adults 18-34 (1.7 vs. 1.4 for Fox) while CBS cruised in total viewers (9.6 million vs. 8.1 million for NBC »
- Rick Kissell
But never mind Disneyland, the 17-year-old Aussie can't wait to go back to hanging out with snakes and rhinos at the Australia Zoo. Bindi, daughter of late "The Crocodile Hunter" star Steve Irwin, is on a media blitz after her big win in last night's finale.
Entertainment Tonight asked her where she plans to keep her Mirror Ball trophy. Bindi answered, "We were talking about this actually, and Derek had a good idea." Derek said, "I think it should go in the middle of the zoo, in the crocodile chamber..." Bindi said they call it the "croc pot" and she thinks it would work perfectly.
Many fans want to know what's next for Bindi, and after the overwhelming response to her DWTS run Et asked about the offers she's received. Is she going to do something in Hollywood or go back to Australia? »
- Gina Carbone
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