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The alphabet network hasn't had much luck launching successful new shows. What's more, a lot of their existing shows are down year-to-year. Thankfully, the execs can't cancel everything.
Returning shows (so far): 20/20, America's Funniest Home Videos, Castle, Dancing with the Stars, Grey's Anatomy, Last Man Standing, The Middle, Modern Family, Nashville, The Neighbors, Once Upon a Time, Revenge, Scandal, and Shark Tank.
There's lots of data that ABC execs looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their current primetime shows. »
It’s a favored topic of discussion among Dance Moms fans — does the series’ blustering star, Pittsburgh dance studio owner Abby Lee Miller, really, truly know her stuff where the finer points of the art are concerned? Or does she leave the tough stuff to guest choreographers while she seeks out the spotlight? We’ll see how Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman feel about it when Miller joins them on the Dancing with the Stars judging panel, Monday, May 5 at 8pm Et. So fair warning, Candace, James, Danica, Meryl, Charlie and Amy. Polish up your best drag-queen and dead-children dances, watch your feeeeeeeeeet … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
Not everyone is going to agree with Candace Cameron Bure's evangelical Christian beliefs - and she's okay with that. "As much as you want to try and explain your position to people, sometimes at the end of the day it is not worth it," the former Full House star tells People. "I need to invest my time in my family and not trying to please everybody or getting them to see my own point of view." As a contestant on this season of Dancing with the Stars, Bure, 38, has garnered praise and criticism for her conservative beliefs and her »
- Patrick Gomez
The judging on "Dancing With the Stars" sparked disagreement from our readers on "Disney Night." In last week's poll, most respondents disagreed with James Maslow's perfect score, and our commenters had a few choice words for judges about some of their other calls: -Break- 'DWTS' recap: Meryl Davis rules 'Party Anthem Night,' but party's over for Drew Carey Amy: "If anyone is 'judges' pet,' it's [Amy Purdy]. Having lifts recognized, but no deduction because of her 'unique circumstance' after they said in the premiere that she would be scored the same as everyone else. I do admire her bravery, but I'm tired of them bending the rules for her." Sam: "Headlines should have read 'Meryl Davis sabotaged by judges in an attempt to slow her down.' " Ria: "How could [Carrie Ann Inaba] have said that Meryl and Maks danced as one, and D..." »
James Franco said Kanye West asked him and Seth Rogen to perform their "Bound 2" parody at Kim Kardashian's wedding. Unfortunately, it's not really happening. Lupita Nyong'o is People's most beautiful person of the year. To celebrate, relive some of her most perfect moments. Bad news, Fifty Shades of Grey fans: star Jamie Dornan is tired of tying women to beds. He'll still be here for the rest of the trilogy, though. Ready for a double take? This baby looks just like John Legend, and even the singer is shocked by their uncanny resemblance: My nephew looks like John Legend lol pic.twitter.com/BKCIMOuKop — rahel (@_rahellla) April 20, 2014 You've jammed out to "Pretty Hurts" on repeat, but guess what? It was originally supposed to go to Katy Perry. There's going to be a Flash Gordon movie, a Peeps movie, and a film based on the It's a Small World Disney ride. »
- Alyse Whitney
An adorable "Bachelor" brood!Melissa Rycroft's newborn baby boy, Beckett Thomas, is just two days old, but it looks like he already has a friend forever in older sister Ava Grace."The Bachelor" star shared an adorable photo of her two kids on Instagram Tuesday, writing, "The start of a new, lifelong relationship."In the photo, little Ava is gazing down at her little brother as proud papa Tye Strickland cradles his head.She's a natural! Since celebrating her October announcement that there was a baby on the way, the "Dancing with the Stars" alum has kept her fans updated on her pregnancy. “I feel very lucky that I get to experience the bond between mother and daughter and between mother and son. I hope he’s a little mama’s boy,” she told People. Congrats to the happy family!Click "Launch Gallery" above to see more cute celebrity kids, »
- tooFab Staff
Monday, April 21, 2014 ratings -- New episodes: The Voice, The Blacklist, Bones, The Following, Dancing with the Stars, Castle, 2 Broke Girls, Friends with Better Lives, Mike & Molly, The Tomorrow People, and Star-Crossed. Reruns: The Big Bang Theory and NCIS: Los Angeles.
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Happy Oklahoma Day! For serious that's what it is today so any of you reading from the Sooner state enjoy yourselves just a little bit more for the rest of us today
I'm just a girl who cain't say no,
I'm in a turrible fix I always say "come on, let's go"
Just when I outta say nix!
It's also Earth Day today and we'll celebrate when we look at Pocahontas for "Best Shot" tonight. Have you rescreened in yet to choose your shot. You've only got 6 more hours to get your link in. We'll post at 10 tonight
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Allure's Nude Issue" has 4 actresses talking about their bodies while naked (Nia Long, »
- NATHANIEL R
Friends through thick and thin -- and then some! Candace Cameron Bure hasn't had the easiest couple of weeks on Dancing With the Stars, but she can always count on one person to cheer her up: her former Full House costar and real-life Bff Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy Gibbler on the beloved '90s sitcom. After the April 21 episode of DWTS -- which found Bure in danger of being eliminated for the second week in a row -- the actress and mom-of-three, 38, invited Barber back [...] »
"It really was like a fantasy," Drew told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson following the pair's elimination on Monday night. "Just being able to do any kind of ballroom dance at all, you know? ... I was watching the show and I thought, 'I wonder if I could do that?'"
Drew and Cheryl earned a 32 out of 40 for their final number - ...
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Ava's got the big-sister act down! Melissa Rycroft's newborn baby boy, son Beckett Thomas, is just two days old, but it looks like he already has a friend forever in older sis Ava Grace. The Bachelor season 13 star, 30, shared an adorable photo of her two kids via Instagram on Tuesday, April 22. The pic shows Ava, 2, gazing adoringly at her little brother as dad Tye Strickland cradles his head. "The start of a new, lifelong relationship," the Dancing With the Stars alum captioned the sweet [...] »
NBC’s and ABC’s lineups followed a similar pattern last night, with a two-hour reality series posting declines from last week to hit lows and a 10 Pm drama returning to originals on par. NBC’s The Voice made a bumpy transition to live shows last night with the first performance edition suffering a mic malfunction in addition to a 15% week-to-week ratings drop. The singing competition (2.9) logged its lowest Monday rating to date, matching a series low. Meanwhile, ABC’s Dancing With The Stars (2.1) was down 9% from last week to a season low. But compared to the same night last spring, the veteran ABC dancing competition was even, while The Voice was down 41%. NBC’s The Blacklist (2.8) and ABC’s Castle (1.8) were both flat with their most recent originals three and four weeks ago, respectively. NBC still won the night in 18-49 (2.9) with Voice and Blacklist as the top two programs, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The Voice took a hit on Monday, falling half a point to tie its lowest Monday showing to date with a 2.9 rating among adults 18-49. The Blacklist (2.8 adults) returned from several weeks off dead even, nearly matching its lead-in. NBC took the night in the demo with an average 2.9 rating. The net placed second in total viewers with 11 million. Dancing With the Stars (2.1 adults) was off two-tenths of a point on ABC, while Castle (1.8 adults) returned steady. ABC won the night in total viewers, with 12.
- Michael O'Connell
NBC’s The Voice switched to live shows for the first time this cycle on Monday night, but a chunk of viewers shrugged off the next phase of the hit reality competition series.
The Voice was down 15 percent from last week’s episode in the adult demo to mark its lowest Monday performance ever (chart below), yet still once again charted as the night’s top-rated show. The Voice typically tends to dip somewhat when it moves away from the spinny-chairs audition rounds. At least the show provided some high-wire drama when a Top 12 contestant endured a live TV microphone fail. »
- James Hibberd
NBC has won another Monday in key demos behind “The Voice” and “The Blacklist,” though the former hit a season low as it moved into its live shows while the latter nearly caught it among young adults. They were the top two programs in demos on a night that saw ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” remain the most-watched program overall and hold up better than other shows year-over-year.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “The Voice” averaged a season-low 2.9 rating/9 share in adults 18-49 and 11 million viewers overall from 8 to 10 p.m. (though it’s expected to rise to a 3.0 or 3.1 in the nationals), down about 10% from last week and off more than 30% from the comparable 2013 night on the calendar (when the show was earlier in its season). Still, it was Monday’s No. 1 program in 18-49 and 25-54 (4.0/10), winning all four half-hours.
At 10 p.m., “The Blacklist »
- Rick Kissell
Although “The Voice” tied a series low on Monday, NBC still swept all six half-hour timeslots in a ratings victory. ABC topped the night in viewers as ”Dancing With the Stars” closed the gap with “The Voice” to the singing competition's smallest margin of victory on the season. NBC was first in ratings with a 2.9 rating/8 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in viewers with an average of 11.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. “The Voice” at 8 p.m. was the highest-rated show of the night with a 2.9/9 and had 11 million viewers. “The Blacklist” at 10 received »
- Tony Maglio
Fast National ratings for Monday, April 21, 2014. It's almost certain to change in Final numbers, but at least in preliminary figures, NBC's "The Blacklist" retained nearly its entire key demo lead-in from "The Voice" and outdrew the singing competition as well, carrying NBC to a Monday split. Among other notables, "Dancing with the Stars" helped ABC win Monday overall, Fox's dramas held steady, The CW's dramas added a few viewers and CBS' new comedy block retained well. On to the numbers... Among adults 18-49, NBC won comfortably with a 2.9 rating for Monday night, far ahead of ABC's 2.0 rating in the key demographic. CBS was third with a 1.6 key demo rating, followed closely by Fox's 1.4 key demo rating. The CW averaged a 0.3 key demo rating for the night. Overall, though, ABC averaged an estimated 12.22 million viewers and an 8.0 rating/13 share for Monday, topping NBC's 11.07 million viewers and 6.7/11 for the night. There was »
- Daniel Fienberg
by Daniel Gilligan Tonight is the official halfway point for Dancing With the Stars. It doesn’t actually seem like I’ve been watching it for so long but time flies or dances when you’re having fun! I felt like Tom Bergeron just now. Tonight was also Party Anthem night which means that all of the couples [&hellip
Dancing With the Stars 18.06 Review: “Party Anthems Night” »
Party Anthem Night turned out to be the perfect Dancing With the Stars episode to attend liiiiiive, as this is pretty much the flagship theme of the show (People Gone Wild), just as much as last week’s Disney motif. At the time, I’d regretted delaying my visit to Planet Mirrorballus because I’d missed out on the chance to party alongside my favorite classic animated characters. But that’s nonsense. Those characters can be conjured up at any time. Poof! Ursula just bellowed at me from across my bed to never underestimate the important of Body Language. Ha! And I never would!
- Annie Barrett, Billboard
Dancing With The Stars Recap
First up this week was NeNe Leakes, who found out before she took the stage that she’s safe for another week. With Tony Dovolani, the Real Houswives of Atlanta star danced a Salsa to Nelly’s “Hot in Herre.” Though the routine once again exposed Leakes' struggle to nail down technique, her personality made the performance passable. Scores: 8+9+8+8=33
Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas, who were in danger of elimination, took on a cha-cha to Icona Pop’s “I Love It.” Bure appeared to get a handle on the necessary hip action for the dance in rehearsal. However, as the judges pointed out, in her performance, the former Full House star’s confidence came and went. »
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