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23-year-old b-boy Asaf Goren was a late addition to Team Street on "So You Think You Can Dance." On the first night of live performances, it was announced that he would compete as a last-minute substitute for Alain "Hurrikane" Lauture, who was injured. Now, after three weeks of competition, do you think he has earned his spot, or should he have been sent home by now? Vote in our poll below, then let us know who will be eliminated next week for a chance to win $100 in our predictions contest. -Break- 'So You Think You Can Dance' poll: Is the Twitter Save fair? From the very beginning, it was clear that Goren was struggling with choreography, so much so that team captain Twitch had to pull him aside for pep talks or reprimands more than once, as shown in training-week clip packages. Twitch didn't have to give him »
Monday, July 27, 2015 ratings — New episodes: Cedric's Barber Battle, The Bachelorette, So You Think You Can Dance, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, American Ninja Warrior, and Running Wild with Bear Grylls. Reruns: Whose Line Is It Anyway?, 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, Scorpion, and NCIS: Los Angeles.
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A few years ago, Fox had some of the top-rated TV shows on the air. Now, the network is struggling. Which series will be cancelled and which will be renewed? Stay tuned.
How do the execs decide what to cancel or keep? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play a very large role. The higher the ratings, the better chances a show has of surviving.
Fox shows this season (so far): American Idol, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, Backstrom, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Boom!, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Bullseye, Empire, Family Guy, The Following, Glee, Golan the Insatiable, Gotham, Gracepoint, Hell's Kitchen, Home Free, Knock Knock Live, The Last Man on Earth, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, The Mindy Project, Mulaney, New Girl, Red Band Society, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, So You Think You Can Dance, Utopia, Wayward Pines, and Weird Loners. »
“The Bachelorette” capped a strong season Monday with a finale night that came in about 15% higher than last year and helped ABC cruise to victory in key demos. Also of note was series highs by CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” which drew the network’s largest Monday audience in nearly six years.
In Nielsen’s “live plus same-day” estimates, the two-hour season ender of “The Bachelorette” averaged a season-high 2.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.1 million viewers overall, up about 33% from last week’s “The Men Tell All” special (1.8) and 20% higher than the show’s season average in the demo (2.0). The post-show “After the Final Rose” delivered similar numbers in the 10 o’clock hour (2.4/8 in 18-49, 7.9 million viewers overall).
Overall, the night averaged a 2.4 rating in 18-49, 14% higher than last year’s 2.1 and the best for a summer Monday on ABC since the 2013 “Bachelorette” finale in August of that year. »
- Rick Kissell
Provided by ListenFirst Media, Dar – TV measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind Dar – TV, scroll to the bottom of the article.
Digital Audience Ratings (Dar) – TV Broadcast Monday July 20, 2015 – Sunday July 26, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 America’s Got Talent 12,232 2 2 The Voice 10,814 3 4 Empire 4,288 4 3 America’s Funniest Home Videos 2,543 5 5 Glee 2,051 6 – Knock Knock Live 2,020 7 6 The Simpsons 1,706 8 8 So You Think You Can Dance 1,635 9 7 American Ninja Warrior 1,230 10 9 Dancing With The Stars 1,059 –
Cable/Streaming Monday July 20, 2015 – Sunday July 26, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 Key & Peele 13,623 2 4 Dance Moms 7,980 3 3 Pretty Little Liars 5,836 4 2 Lip Sync Battle 4,983 5 6 Inside Amy Schumer 3,788 6 7 Top Gear 3,589 7 – WWE Tough Enough 3,045 8 5 The Walking Dead 2,190 9 – Beyond Scared Straight 2,188 10 – Fargo 2,136 –
Late Night MondayJuly 20, 2015 – Sunday July 26, 2015 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 40,005 2 3 Jimmy Kimmel Live! 19,132 3 2 Conan 12,161 4 4 The Late Late Show With James Corden 8,092 5 5 Last Week Tonight With John Oliver »
- Jason Klein
ABC’s The Bachelorette concluded its 11th cycle with 8.1 million total viewers and a 2.4 rating, adding a few eyeballs and a full 20 percent in the demo versus its previous finale and hitting season highs. [This is your cue to weep.]
In turn, the After the Final Rose special (8 mil/2.4) was up 14 percent in the demo year over year.
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We Gold Derby users had egg on our faces last week predicting "So You Think You Can Dance." Hardly any of us anticipated the ousters of Darion Flores (Team Stage) and Lily Frias (Team Street). But our forecasts greatly improved this week. Our racetrack odds correctly predicted two results, and we came close on the other two. The big surprises came from the street dancers. Make predictions here at Gold Derby for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate every week if you think you know who will win and lose. -Break- 'So You Think You Can Dance' poll: Is the Twitter Save fair? After Ariana Crowder and Eddie "Neptune" Eskridge landed in Team Street's bottom three last week, most of our users expected one of them to exit, with 39% betting on Crowder to be sent home (8/5 odds) and 26% betting on Neptune (14/5 odds). But Neptune didn't even land in the bottom three, »
One may be the loneliest number, but three is quickly becoming the most irksome — at least when it comes to Season 12 of So You Think You Can Dance.
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Which is my roundabout way of saying I really, really, really miss the one-on-one routines that were the backbone of the show’s first 11 seasons, and — perhaps even more importantly — can’t figure out why Nigel Lythgoe couldn’t figure out a way this week to cram nine of ’em into a two-hour telecast.
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The Grinder‘s Dean Sanderson is many things, but modest is not one of them. At least, that’s what we’ve gleaned from the Fox comedy’s key art, which TVLine can exclusively reveal.
The fall series stars Rob Lowe as Dean, a beloved actor who played TV lawyer “The Grinder” for eight seasons. Upon returning home, Dean attempts to pursue a real law career, much to the chagrin of his attorney brother Stew (The Wonder Years‘ Fred Savage).
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In the two images below, Dean proves he can’t get enough of the spotlight, »
It's starting to get real, So You Think You Can Dance fans. Last time, we bid farewell to waacker Lily Frias and ballet dancer Darion Flores. It is sad to see anyone leave the competition, and the cuts will get more brutal as the contest progresses.
I like the addition of the Twitter Save. I think it adds a bit more suspense (and stress) to the voting. So who will give the best performance in this round and who will be exiting the stage for good?
It was a night of highs and lows as So You Think You Can Dance challenged dancers with random dance styles, and we bid so long to one dancer from both teams. After viewers used the Twitter save to keep Moises Parra and Eddie "Neptune" Eskridge in the competition, the judges cut ballet dancer Darion Flores and waacker Lily Frias.
So which dancers gathered enough votes to stay in the So You Think You Can Dance competition? Let's take a look back at the performances and see who may be packing their bags, and who will advance to the next round.
We were off the mark predicting last week's results on "So You Think You Can Dance." We pegged stage dancer Alexia Meyer and street dancer Eddie "Neptune" Eskridge as the two who would be eliminated, but instead, Team Stage lost Darion Flores (as predicted by only 2% of users), while Team Street said goodbye to Lily Frias (predicted by 6% of users). Will we do better this week? -Break- 'So You Think You Can Dance' poll: Is the Twitter Save fair? According to our current odds, Moises Parra (Stage) and Ariana Crowder (Street) will exit. Do you agree? Those may be smart bets because Parra and Crowder finished among the bottom three last week, so we know there may be limited fan support for them. But Twitter saved Parra from elimination, and the judges saved Crowder, so they might both have support where it counts. And any complacent fans who »
On "So You Think You Can Dance," viewers are now given a chance to save a contestant in the bottom three in real time using the Twitter Save. After the dancers with the fewest votes are announced, fans on social media can pick one contestant from Team Stage and one from Team Street to be rescued. That's how Moises Parra (Stage) and Eddie "Neptune" Eskridge (Street) made it to the next week of competition. But is it fair? -Break- 'Sytycd' recap: Did you predict surprise ousters of Darion Flores, Lily Frias? Our forums poster That Don Guy isn't so sure, because only some viewers can take advantage of it. He explains, "If you live in the western half of the country, you can't use [the Twitter Save] unless (a) you pay attention to Twitter either while you're watching the first hour of the show (Mountain time zone) or two hours before it starts »
Twitter users (Twitterers?) have been clamoring for an edit feature for years. It's so annoying when you have a profound thought about So You Think You Can Dance or the latest thing Donald Trump said and have to go back and delete your tweet because your stupid iPhone preferred "Well" to "We'll," or "meeting" to "mating," or "Coke" to ... well, you get it. Grammatical gaffes have been ruining Twitter for years. And that may change now, thanks to Kim Kardashian ... sort of.Kim K. took to Twitter to express her dissatisfaction with the lack of an edit feature: To which Jack Dorsey, co-founder of the ubiquitous social-media platform, responded: After breaking the internet, Kim Kardashian may get to play savior to the clumsy-thumbed, spell-unchecked masses. Now, if only she can do something about accidental left-swipes on Tinder »
- Greg Cwik
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Falling Skies, UnREAL, Zoo and Suits!
1 | Does Falling Skies’ Pope kinda have a point, that through three years’ worth of battles, the Mason family has barely gotten a scratch on ‘em? Also, yea or nay to Pope’s clean bean? And hey, Falling Skies/Wayward Pines fans, recognize the police station?
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2 | Are The Strain‘s kills becoming as gruesomely creative as The Walking Dead’s? »
Dancers Derek Piquette (Team Stage) and Ariana Crowder (Team Street) escaped elimination by the skin of their teeth on "So You Think You Can Dance" Monday night. First, they landed in the bottom three. Then Twitter users voted to save contestants, but let them down again. It came down to the judges, who chose Derek over poor Darion Flores and Ariana over her teammate Lily Frias. After that close brush with reality-tv death, should they be concerned for next week? -Break- Related: Meet the Top 10 Street dancers | Meet the Top 10 Stage dancers Derek and Ariana danced together on Monday night, performing a jazz routine that received praise from the judges (watch it below). Paul Abdul said Ariana "nailed it" and that Derek had "perfect" technique, though she added that they both need to work on selling their performances on an emotional level. Jason Derulo was surprised by how "phenomenal" Ariana was. »
Hey, "Wayward Pines" peeps. Yep, it's true guys. According to TVseriesfinale.com it looks very much like there will definitely not be a new season 2 for your favorite show as CBS called the promo clip for tonight's last episode 10 the series finale instead of the season finale. Since this is actually the case, I think it's definitely safe to assume that the show will not be getting a new season 2. So, you guys should definitely make plans to savor every moment of the finale episode tonight. It's quite unfortunate too as the show was Fox's best performing summer show, averaging a 1.09 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 3.79 million viewers. It edged out shows like: So You Think You Can Dance, Bullseye, Boom!, Are You Smarter Tahn a 5th Grader?, and animated Golan the Insatiable. »
The "So You Think You Can Dance" judge helped the British host launch a whole new level of '90s nostalgia with a reenactment of her classic video "Opposites Attract" on Tuesday's "Late Late Show."
Paula joined James on stage for a surprise lip-sync duet of her Grammy-winning hit, and proved she hasn't missed a beat since the song topped the charts 25 years ago.
Photos: 'Straight Up' Photos Of Paula Abdul
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NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” dominated Tuesday’s primetime ratings action despite a week-to-week dip, while CBS’ “Zoo” — summer’s most-watched new scripted series — held steady. Over at Fox, meanwhile, new feel-good alternative series “Knock Knock Live” made very little noise in its bow.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “America’s Got Talent” averaged a 2.3 rating/9 share in adults 18-49 and 10.3 million viewers overall from 8 to 10 p.m., at the low end of its ratings range this summer but still strong enough to out-rate the combined demo delivery of ABC, CBS and Fox (2.1) during its time period. The Peacock stayed on top at 10 p.m. with “Hollywood Game Night” (1.3/5 in 18-49, 4.9 million viewers overall), down a tick from last week.
With “Talent” and “Game Night” the top two shows of the night in 18-49, NBC won with ease. It also finished on top in adults 25-54 and total viewers. »
- Rick Kissell
Fox’s Knock Knock Live on Tuesday night found just 1.7 million total viewers answering, paired with a 0.5 demo rating.
What’s more, its debut numbers matched what a Bullseye rerun last did in the time slot, and bested only repeats on The CW. (ABC sitcom repeats meanwhile averaged 2.5 mil/0.6.)
Opening Fox’s night, So You Think You Can Dance’s 10th anniversary special drew 2.4 mil and a 0.7.
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NBC | America’s Got Talent (10.3 mil/2.3) and a “new”-but-been-on-the-shelf-a-while Hollywood Game Night (4.9 mil/1.3) each dipped a tenth. »
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