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The CW is the smallest television network and their TV shows draw far fewer viewers than the others. However, they still have to cancel and renew series. Will your favorites survive to see another season? Stay tuned.
Note: Much of season 21 of America's Next Top Model and almost all of season 10 of Whose Line Is It Anyway? aired prior to the start of the 2014-15 season sotheir ratings are ranked here.
How does The CW decide what to cancel or renew? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play an important role. The higher the ratings, the better chance a show has of surviving. Here's how the network's shows are »
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Official photos from the 18th episode of The Vampire Diaries season 6, "I Never Could Love Like That," airing Thursday, April 16 at 8pm on the CW.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "With their humanity turned off, Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline (Candice Accola) begin wreaking havoc at Whitmore, leaving Damon (Ian Somerhalder) to come up with a risky plan involving Lily (guest star Annie Wersching). After rushing to help Jo (guest star Jodi Lyn O?Keefe) treat victims of Stefan and Caroline?s latest killing spree, Elena (Nina Dobrev) discovers Jo is pregnant, prompting her to reevaluate her own life as a vampire. Meanwhile, when Sarah (guest star Tristan Mays) boldly turns the tables on an unsuspecting Enzo (Michael Malarkey), he is forced to open up about his tragic past. Lastly, at Scull Bar, a twisted round of karaoke leaves Tyler (Michael Trevino) and Matt (Zach Roerig) in a dangerous situation. »
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March Madness remains hot for CBS and Turner Sports, with Thursday’s third-round action of the men’s college basketball tournament soaring to its highest overnight rating in 25 years and likely contributing to declines for dramas “Scandal” and “The Blacklist.”
According to Nielsen metered-market overnights, last night’s coverage generated the highest rating for the Sweet 16 Thursday (9.1 household rating/16 share) since 1991 (when the tournament began its current television format). It was up a big 30% compared to last year (7.0/14).
TBS and CBS averaged a 9.3/17 overnight rating/share from 7-10 p.m. Et, a 39% increase from last year and the best for this window since 1991. And from 9:45 p.m.-12:45 a.m. Et, the networks averaged an 8.9/16, up 20% from last year and tied with 1992 and 1993 as the highest-rated window since 1991.
Interest in watching undefeated Kentucky is likely the main driver in this year’s ratings, and the numbers remained high »
- Rick Kissell
Last week’s episode of Reign (the show’s last episode before it, along with The Vampire Diaries, went on yet another mini-hiatus—both shows will be back in three weeks) delivered some shocking twists, but none of them were as major as the turn that Francis took, as the king, who had been looking ill throughout the hour, collapsed and was last seen with blood pouring out of his ear, a clear image from Nostradamus’s prophecy. With Francis looking so deathly and defeated at the end of the episode (not to mention what historically happened to the real version of him), Reign fans must be wondering whether or not this will be the end for the young king, or if he somehow might recover. And perhaps just as interesting as the actual fate of Francis is how those around him will respond to it, particularly Mary, Catherine, and Bash, »
- Chris King
It’s been a pretty difficult year for Damon and Elena on The Vampire Diaries. Not only was Damon dead at the start of Season 6, but before he eventually returned from the prison world, where both he and Bonnie were trapped, Elena couldn’t deal with the pain of his loss and decided to compel all her memories of him away, forcing the two of them to have to essentially start their relationship over again. And while things have been pretty good for the couple since they’ve gotten back together, these photos from the next all-new episode of The Vampire Diaries, titled “I Could Never Love You Like That,” don’t paint the happiest of pictures, as both Damon and Elena appear to be upset about something, and I’m guessing that something isn’t just Stefan and Caroline being rippers together. Instead, it looks like the cure, which made its oh-so grand reappearance… »
- Chris King
Now that the cure is back in Damon’s possession, will he make good on his promise to give it to Elena?
RelatedVampire Diaries‘ Annie Wersching on Lily’s Arrival: Can She Save Stefan?
New photos from The Vampire Diaries‘ April 16 return find the undead lovers doing a bit of self-reflecting, which certainly fits with this snippet from the episode’s slightly ominous log line: “Elena discovers Jo is pregnant, prompting her to reevaluate her own life as a vampire.”
TVLine recently asked Ian Somerhalder if Alaric and Jo’s one-two wedding/baby punch would cause Damon to consider putting »
A lot of TV shows are close to their season finales, and thus, the networks have begun announcing renewals for next season. We have a long way to go to find out the fate of some TV shows, but for now, here are the series that can rest easy, because they'll be back for the 2015-2016 season - plus one show that was not so lucky. What's Been Renewed NBC The Blacklist: The James Spader hit is coming back for season three. Chicago Fire: The drama is coming back next season. Chicago Pd: The new spinoff will get a third season. Law & Order: Svu: The procedural is getting a 17th season. Grimm: The supernatural series will back for a fifth season. The CW Jane the Virgin: The Golden Globe-nominated series will be back for season two. The Vampire Diaries: The series is getting a seventh season. »
Recently, CW served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Vampire Diaries" episode 18 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "I Could Never Love Like That," and it turns out that we're going to see some very dangerous and intense stuff go down as evil Caroline and Stefan start wreaking major havoc on Whitmore college, and more! In the new, 18th episode press release: With their humanity turned off, Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline (Candice Accola) will begin wreaking havoc at Whitmore, leaving Damon (Ian Somerhalder) to come up with a risky plan involving Lily (guest star Annie Wersching). After rushing to help Jo (guest star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) treat victims of Stefan and Caroline's latest killing spree, Elena (Nina Dobrev) will discover Jo is pregnant, prompting her to reevaluate her own life as a vampire. Meanwhile, when Sarah (guest star Tristan Mays) boldly turns the tables on »
Pretty Little Liars' season 5 finale went a long way to fixing what's been wrong with the show of late, and in a really exciting way...
This review contains spoilers.
It was a gradual process, turning away from Pretty Little Liars. It wasn’t with one episode or one storyline (though the Ezra-is-a debacle almost qualified) that forced me to take a step back from the mystery, the characters and the series in general, but rather a frustration with how convoluted it had become – hard to theorise about and near-impossible to come up with any sort of coherent answer.
Maybe it’s my own residual Ptsd from Lost, or maybe it was an actual problem the show had to solve. Either way, this episode went a long way to fixing what I perceived to have broken about the show, and it did so in the most exciting, »
The CW’s The Vampire Diaries A Bird in a Gilded Cage TV Show Review. The Vampire Diaries: Season 6, Episode 17: A Bird in a Gilded Cage sends Damon (Ian Somehalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) back to the prison world to save his mum while Enzo (Michael Malarkey) and Alaric (Matthew [...]
Continue reading: TV Review: The Vampire Diaries: Season 6, Episode 16: A Bird in a Gilded Cage [The CW] »
- Brian Fire
Elena who? Bonnie and Caroline are the undeniable stars of The Vampires deliciously unpredictable season 6, as this week's episode shows...
This review contains spoilers.
6.17 A Bird In A Gilded Cage
Once things with The Vampire Diaries' sixth season wrap, let the records show that it was the year of Bonnie Bennett and Caroline Forbes. Anyone tuning in for the first time would seriously not realise that Elena Gilbert was the girl around which the first five seasons of the show had revolved, and it's the better for it.
It's also completely unprecedented that it would be Stefan and Caroline, the show's two most moral characters, who would be the bad guys while Damon and Bonnie set about fixing the world's problems. It's all a bit crazy to comprehend for those of us who remember the old days, but it's also a thrill to be able to watch The Vampire Diaries »
Producer Mark Overett is planning to stage Q&A screenings attended by Fitchett and key cast around Australia following the April 11 world premiere at the Gold Coast Film Festival.
He.s just done a deal with Transmission to release the film on DVD and Blu-ray, VOD and pay-per-view.
The saga of a brilliant young psychiatrist who is forced to confront the dark creature that dwells deep within her own unconscious when she investigates the disappearance of a university student, the film stars Penelope Mitchell, Maeve Dermody, Aaron Pedersen, Mark Leonard Winter, Damien Garvey and Christopher Sommers.
Alchemy (formerly Millennium Entertainment ) bought. the Us rights and Signature got the UK rights from the worldwide sales agent Arclight.
.We.re on the road to breaking even,. Overett tells If. He and »
- Don Groves
“Justified” will get its final farewell at the Atx Television Festival in Austin, Texas, this summer.
The annual fest has added more programming to the previously announced “Gilmore Girls,” “Queer As Folk,” “Journeyman” and “Dawson’s Creek” reunions, including panels for FX’s “Justified,” Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World,” ABC Family’s “The Fosters,” Fox’s upcoming “Wayward Pines,” USA’s “Playing House,”Comedy Central’s “Drunk History,” a premiere screening of Starz’s “Power,” and a discussion with the creator of “Friends.”
“Justified” creator and exec producer Graham Yost will take an in-depth look back on his series, which stars Timothy Olyphant (pictured) and wraps this April. Cast members and additional producers are yet to be announced, though in a statement, Yost expressed his excitement “to mark the end of the series [with] the whole cast of ‘Justified'” at Atx this June.
Yost will also be part of »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The Vampire Diaries: ITV2, 9pm
There's more supernatural drama afoot in Mystic Falls as Bonnie reminisces over happier times.
When Jo goes missing, Alaric turns to Elena for help, and Caroline gets some shocking news.
Grimm: Watch, 9pm
Wu (Reggie Lee) is recruited when he finds out about the magical world of Wesen in this week's episode of the supernatural cop drama.
Meanwhile, Juliette undergoes serious transformations as she slowly becomes a Hexenbiest.
In former Magnum, P.I. Tom Selleck's crime drama, the police discover a bomb in an elderly woman's house.
Meanwhile, a charity starts soliciting money for the NYPD, so Frank (Selleck) gets on the case.
The Royals: E!, 9pm
E! puts its spin on British royalty with a new drama about a modern royal family, starring Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena.
After Prince Robert, the heir to the throne, »
With a keen eye open for a spiffy new potential franchise, Relativity has snapped up the rights to Realm, a new Young Adult dark fantasy pitch by director Scott Speer (Step Up 4: Miami Heat). Rebecca Sonnenshine (The Vampire Diaries) wrote the screenplay.Speer sealed the deal with a proof-of-concept short film which you can watch above. The story revolves around Claire Daniels (played in the short by Adelaide Kane), a sort-of-exorcist in sort-of Matrix threads.The slight twist in the set-up is that, while a traditional exorcism simply casts a demon out of the possessed to go elsewhere, Claire finishes the job and kills the supernatural bastards. She seems to do this by entering a coma-like state which gives her access to "the subconscious mind of the posessed, or the Realm of the Soul." Hence the name. So the Beckinsale Pvc and leather is her subconscious avatar, while outside »
A fresh spin on the exhausted exorcism genre could be just around the corner. Screenwriter Rebecca Sonnenshine’s (The Vampire Diaries) original spec script, Realm has sold to Relativity Media with director Scott Speer (Step Up: Revolution) attached to helm. Realm, which Deadline says “demonstrates franchise potential for an ass kicking teenage exorcist,” became a hot property after the short film on which it’s based recently hit the web.
The short (which you can watch above) was written by John Swetnam (Into The Storm) and is based on an idea by he cooked up along with Speer. It revolves around a young woman who “possesses the power to enter the soul of the possessed to wage physical battle against their inner demons.” After producing the short, the pair drafted in Sonnenshine to bash out a feature-length script which has now been bought in what’s thought to be a lucrative deal. »
- Gem Seddon
Is Freya a conundrum worth investing our time in trying to work out at this point in The Originals season 2?
This review contains spoilers.
2.16 Save My Soul
The pace of The Originals has its pros and cons, which has been spoken about at length regarding both this show and The Vampire Diaries, and it can mean that opportunities for compelling storylines are wasted by killing a character or binning a plot point within one episode. It happened earlier in this season when Klaus' biological father lasted less than a full hour, and we can only mourn for what that could have been.
Freya is a similarly huge opportunity for the writers to add a fleshed-out, sympathetic Mikaelson to the collection, and this was the episode in which most of the audience probably decided whether they were going to like her or not. We got backstory, one of those exposition-dump dinner »
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