1-20 of 204 items from 2017 « Prev | Next »
Last season, CBS introduced only seven new shows during the regular season. They cancelled three, renewed three, and one (Supergirl) moved to The CW. How will their new programming do in the ratings this time around? Stay tuned.CBS shows this season (so far): 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, The Case Of, Code Black, Criminal Minds, Doubt, Elementary, The Great Indoors, Hawaii Five-0, Hunted, Kevin Can Wait, Life in Pieces, MacGyver, Madam Secretary, Man with a Plan, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, The Odd Couple, Pure in Genius, Ransom, Scorpion, Superior Donuts, Survivor, Training Day, and Undercover Boss.There's lots of data that CBS execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are typically the biggest piece. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far.Read More… »
Security at the Oscars is tight — even Jim Parsons can’t get on the red carpet without his ID!
The Hidden Figures actor, 43, took to Instagram to share why he hadn’t yet arrived at the Dolby Theatre: he forgot his ID and was locked out of his house.
“Locked out of house without ID which, apparently, you need to get into the Oscars… waiting on someone to get here and let me in,” he captioned a selfie of himself decked out in his tuxedo and bow tie. “Off to an auspicious beginning…!”
Watch the People & EW Red Carpet Live Oscars pre-show on Feb. »
- Stephanie Petit
Chicago –To quote the sublime Bruce Springsteen, it’s just “talk, talk, talk ‘til you lose your patience.” Well, that ain’t HollywoodChicago.com’s Patrick McDonald, who throws down the über-interview on a series of movers, shakers and magical filmmakers. Oscar Day is perfect for the Top 20 talks of 2016.
The criteria for making the list are basically who the participants were, what they happened to say and what they were representing, The least reviewed film might have the greatest quote and the bigger stars or director might provide an insight that has stuck throughout the year. It all comes down to a magic 20.
The interview highlights are broken down by “Background and Behind-the-Scenes” and the “Memorable Quote” associated with each subject, and are often accompanied with exclusive photography by Joe Arce of HollywoodChicago.com. Seven notables who just missed the list include (click the name) For a third time talk, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Whether or not you’re dreading La La Land‘s inevitable Oscars sweep, there’s one thing we can all agree on: TVLine’s Quotes of the Week includes some truly award-worthy soundbites.
This time around, our best-of gallery features A+ sarcasm courtesy of Timeless, a toast to remember on The Magicians, Comic-Con chatter on The Big Bang Theory and a Ninja Turtles history lesson from the Workaholics. We’ve also got Supernatural daddy issues, NCIS wifi woes and John Oliver’s unlikely solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Also featured »
Christine Baranski is used to fans approaching her on the street but she’s always surprised when most of them say the same thing to her.
“More often than not, they point to me and say, ‘Leonard’s mother!’ even though I appear infrequently as her on The Big Bang Theory,” Baranski tells People in this week’s issue. “The show is just such a megahit. There are worse things to be called, believe me.”
- Julie Jordan
“Homeland” star Claire Danes and “The Big Bang Theory’s” Jim Parsons will play a married couple in “A Kid Like Jake,” a transgender family drama adapted from a Lincoln Center play, TheWrap has learned. The film follows a couple raising a four-year-old son who prefers to dress up as a princess instead of G.I. Joe — a particularly poignant topic given President Donald Trump’s recent rollback of protections for transgender children. On Thursday, the administration reverse an Obama administration policy that allowed transgender schoolchildren to use restrooms corresponding with their gender identity. “Transparent’s” Silas Howard — one of Hollywood’s few transgender. »
- Matt Pressberg
According to a plot description, the project is about a couple trying to raise a 4-year-old-son who prefers to dress up as a princess instead of G.I. Joe. The story is especially timely given widespread concerns about the rights of transgender youth in the United States. On Wednesday, President Trump rolled back protections for transgender students to use public-school bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity.
Daniel Pearle wrote the screenplay, based on his 2013 stage play, about the Brooklyn couple, trying to find the »
- Ramin Setoodeh
After 10 seasons, it’s extremely difficult for shows to stay fresh and original. The Big Bang Theory still goes strong at this age because they continue the growth of their characters beyond reasonable expectation. Long ago, watching Big Bang in high school and college, I was sure that Penny and Leonard would never get married, or that Sheldon and Amy would never be able to have a physical relationship. But, just as the theme song dictates a brief evolution timeline, so the characters have also “evolved”, and “The Comic-Con Conundrum” was a perfect reflection of said evolution. This week on The Big Bang Theory: Raj puts
The Big Bang Theory Review: “Comic-Con”, Growing Up Present a “Conundrum” »
- Nick Hogan
Fatal mistakes, parental linage and some big Comic-Con decisions were on the menu Thursday, with the latter ruling primetime again. Even against its final adjusted numbers of last week, The Big Bang Theory (2.8/10) topped Thursday in adults 18-49 and viewers, with 13.22 million tuning in. The rest of CBS' night saw The Great Indoors (1.5/5), Mom (1.4.5) and Life In Pieces (1.2/5) all down a tenth from their February 16 demo results. Struggling newbie Training Day (0.7/3)… »
As much as broadcast networks say that Nielsen’s Live+Same Day ratings are no longer of any real concern to them, there’s no denying that most midseason dramas have gotten off to a rocky start by that metric. “The Blacklist: Redemption,” the spinoff of James Spader-led “The Blacklist,” became the latest data point in that trend Thursday night. Coming out of its progenitor, “Redemption” notched a 0.8 in the 18-49 demographic and drew an average audience of 4.2 million viewers.
On the plus side for NBC, that was just one-tenth off in the demo from “The Blacklist,” which brought in a 0.9 and an audience of 4.92 million. Thursday comedies “Superstore” and “Powerless” inched down slightly from last week. “Superstore” notched a 1.1 and 3.54 million viewers, while “Powerless” drew a 0.7 and 2.3 million.
ABC cruised to its customary Shonda Rhimes-fueled victory. “Grey’s Anatomy” delivered a 2.0 in the demo and 7.61 million viewers, while »
- Oriana Schwindt
How to Get Away With Murder wrapped season three on a high note.
The Viola Davis drama rose two-tenths for its two-hour season finale on Thursday, averaging a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49.
A steady Grey's Anatomy (2.0 adults) helped ABC win the night.
Once again, The Big Bang Theory was the top show of the night with a 2.8 rating. The Great Indoors (1.5 adults), Mom (1.4 adults), Life in Pieces (1.2 adults) and Training Day (0.7 adults) were even across the board for CBS.
NBC had an eventful night with the launch of the Blacklist: Redemption spinoff. Airing »
- Kate Stanhope
Will Riverdale be renewed with low ratings?
The CW: Supernatural (1.6 million/0.6 rating) and Riverdale (1 million/0.3 rating) each lost a tenth, with Riverdale hitting a series low.
Watch Riverdale Season 1 Episode 5 Online
NBC: Superstore (3.5 million/1.1 rating) was stable, while Powerless (2.3 million/0.7 rating) continued to dip. The Blacklist (4.9 million/0.9 rating) was on par with one week earlier.
The Blacklist: Redemption (4.2 million/0.8 rating) launched about as well as could be expected when you consider the free fall in the ratings the parent series has experienced this season.
Watch Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 14 Online
Training Day (3.7 million/0.7 rating) remained a bust.
Fox: Mastechef (3.8 million/1.2 rating) inched up, »
- Paul Dailly
Caroline Preece Feb 24, 2017
Everyone is brought in on the same plot in this week's episode of The Big Bang Theory, which helps it gel successfully...
This review contains spoilers.
10.17 The Comic-Con Conundrum
What’s that? An episode of The Big Bang Theory that doesn’t leave me frustrated and underwhelmed? Yes it’s true, I liked this episode. For the first time in a very long time, The Comic-Con Conundrum carries on a storyline from the previous week. Even more shockingly, it concerns Raj.
Sheldon is going through Raj’s finances (inc. penguin sponsorship and Pink Cheeks intimate waxing) and he quickly realises that he’s going to have to make some huge changes to his lifestyle. Putting Sheldon in charge of everything he spends, he’s told first that he »
Did Raj manage to continue his studies?
That was addressed on The Big Bang Theory Season 10 Episode 17 when his father cut him off.
Did Sheldon manage to help his best friend keep his head above the water?
Watch The Big Bang Theory Season 10 Episode 17 Online
Meanwhile, Penny considered tricking the guys and crashing their annual Comic-Con getaway.
Did the guys try to change their plans to avoid spending time with the women?
View Slideshow: Quotables for Week Ending February 10, 2017
Use the video above to watch The Big Bang Theory online to get caught up with the latest developments for the characters on this hit comedy series. »
- Paul Dailly
When The Big Bang Theory focuses on the geeky things in life, that's when it's at its best.
On The Big Bang Theory Season 10 Episode 17, Raj tries to earn money to buy a ticket to Comic-Con, while Penny tries to get out of going with the guys.
"The Comic-Con Conundrum" is one of the better episodes of this season. It manages to involve the entire gang without splitting up the stories too much, and it's both funny and endearing.
As much as I'd love to see Penny go to Comic-Con with Leonard, it makes more sense that they keep some things separate.
It's sweet that each of them is trying to make the other happy with their plans of going together, but it's Sheldon who's handing out the good relationship advice in this case.
So they're both trying to make each other happy, and the end result is that they make each other sad? »
- Ashley Bissette Sumerel
Which TV shows are doing the best? The worst? Cancelled or renewed? Wondering how your favorite series are doing in the ratings? Here are the season average ratings of the 2016-17 network TV shows -- through the end of week 22 (Sunday, February 19, 2017).ABC shows (so far): 20/20, American Housewife, The Bachelor, Big Fan, Black-ish, Conviction, Dancing With The Stars, Designated Survivor, Dr. Ken, Fresh Off The Boat, The Goldbergs, The Great American Baking Show, The Great Christmas Light Fight, Grey's Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder, Last Man Standing, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, Match Game, The Middle, Modern Family, Notorious, Once Upon A Time, Quantico, The Real O'Neals, Scandal, Secrets And Lies, Shark Tank, and Speechless.CBS shows this season (so far): 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, The Case Of, Code Black, »
In case you’ve been living under a rock, “This Is Us” is gaining on “Empire” and “The Big Bang Theory” in the race to be top entertainment show on network television. But the new NBC drama isn’t the only freshman show making noise on the Nielsen sheets. TheWrap has mapped out the 10 highest-rated freshman Big 4 broadcast television shows, ranking them by their strong ratings. All numbers in this story come from the key 18-49 demographic, and include a week of delayed viewing where available. Here are some good ones: Rank: 7 (tie) Show: “Speechless” Net: ABC Rating: 2.0 Also Read: Ratings: 'NCIS, »
- Tony Maglio
Den Of Geek Feb 22, 2017
We'll get to rejoin the inmates of Litchfield in June. What can we expect from the new season?
Netflix has renewed Orange Is The New Black for Three more seasons. Creator Jenji Kohan has committed to Orange Is The New Black all the way through seasons 5, 6, and 7, which is awesome news, but was there ever any doubt that this train would keep on rolling? Netflix have previously claimed that Oitnb is their most-watched original series, after all.
See related The Big Bang Theory season 10 episode 16 review: The Allowance Evaporation The Big Bang Theory season 10 episode 15 review: The Locomotion Reverberation The Big Bang Theory season 10 episode 14 review: The Emotion Detection Automation The Big Bang Theory season 10 episode 13 review: The Romance Recalibration
The series has backed up that claim with numerous awards over its first three seasons, including 12 Emmy nominations and 3 wins for season one alone. Season 2 earned 4 Emmy nominations, »
NBC’s breakout freshman drama This Is Us has hit another ratings milestone. The series’ Feb. 7 telecast has ranked as that week's #1 broadcast series in Live+7 adult 18-49 rating, marking the first time This Is Us has outrated the same week's original of veteran CBS comedy series The Big Bang Theory in L+7. The L7 victory comes after This Is Us edged The Big Bang Theory in Live+3 ratings the last two weeks. The Feb. 7 This Is Us logged a 4.52 in L3 vs. a 4.47 for that… »
With the Oscars less than a week away, the movie-loving world is well in the throes of a bout of award season prognostication, with everybody and their brother making their own guesses and picks for what they’ll be most disappointed to see get absolutely destroyed by La La Land this Sunday. (You can read our own speculation and hopes right here.) But what does the average moviegoer want to see take home the big prize this year?
Inspirational tales and rockets, apparently; that’s per a USA Today poll, in which Fandango was commissioned to find out which movie 8,000 moviegoers wanted to see win Best Picture. The answer: Hidden Figures, Theodore Melfi’s biographical tale of three African American women overcoming prejudice, hate, and Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory in order to thrive at Nasa in the 1960s. Starring Taraji P. Henson, the historical crowd-pleaser just ...
- William Hughes
1-20 of 204 items from 2017 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners