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Jordan Rock is coming to Comedy Central. Deadline reports the Love star has joined the network's new pilot Drunk Girl, High Guy.From Sarah Walker, the comedy "follows the adventures of two best friends and work wife/work husband in New York City — a girl who is almost always drunk, and a guy (Rock) who is almost always high." The project is based on a column Walker writers for Funny or Die with New Girl writer Noah Garfinkel.Read More… »
Last year, Fox aired nine new shows and ended up dropping six of them. How will the network do in the ratings this time around? How many 2016-17 shows will be cancelled or 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): Bob's Burgers, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Empire, The Exorcist, Family Guy, Gotham, Hell's Kitchen, The Last Man on Earth, Lethal Weapon, Lucifer, New Girl, Pitch, Rosewood, Scream Queens, The Simpsons, and Son of Zorn.Read More… »
New Form Digital has revealed the cast for its latest thriller, Cold, which is set to premiere on Verizon’s mobile video go90 platform on Oct. 13.
The actress Annalise Basso -- who has appeared in Ouija 2, New Girl, and True Blood -- will star as 16-year-old Isla Wallis. In Cold, Wallis discovers that her biological father is in prison for killing her birth mother. Wallis, who has never met her mother, then runs away to the remote mining town where she was born, where she ends up stranded in the sub-zero wilderness as she starts to uncover a series of brutal murders.
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- Geoff Weiss
Annalise Keating made quite the unexpected pass at the end of Thursday’s How to Get Away With Murder. No, no, no… I don’t mean to imply she asked puppydog Wes to handle dictation duties — not that there’d be anything wrong with that. (Ok, actually, that’d violate the sacred bonds of the professor-student relationship, but I am out-of-control digressing here!)
Instead, the end-of-hour flash-forward found Viola Davis’ mercurial law professor handing off her cellphone to computer whiz Oliver »
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 ratings -- New episodes: NCIS, Bull, NCIS: New Orleans, The Voice, This Is Us, Dancing with the Stars, Marvel's Agents of Shield, MADtv. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, and Scream Queens. Reruns: The Flash.Note: Update in progress. Refresh for the latest ratings.How are your shows doing? Check the current rankings:ABC | CBS | The CW | Fox | NBCAMC | Freeform | FX | Hallmark | HBO | MTV | Own | Showtime | Syfy | TNT | USA | WgnRead More… »
With low ratings, it looked very possible that New Girl would be cancelled by Fox last season but the network renewed it. Could it be renewed for a seventh season even though there are now more than enough episodes for syndication? Stay tuned.New Girl revolves around free-spirited educator Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and her friends; grumpy Nick (Jake Johnson), overly confident Schmidt (Max Greenfield), competitive Winston (Lamorne Morris), and model (Hannah Simone).The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.9/28 update: You can see the rest of the latest night's ratings.Read More… »
Scream Queens is struggling for Fox.
NBC: The Voice (11.9 million/3.2 rating) was in line with week, but This Is Us (8.9 million/2.6 rating) took a slight dip in week 2.
CBS: NCIS (15.2 million/2.1 rating) and NCIS: New Orleans (10.7 million/1.5 rating) were in line with last week, but Bull (13.5 million/1.9 rating) took a hit.
The CW: It was an encore of The Flash (0.8 million/0.3 rating) and an original Madtv (0.6 million/0.2 rating).
View Slideshow: 2016 Fall Premiere Week: Hits & Misses »
- Paul Dailly
NBC’s This Is Us in Week 2 delivered 8.9 million total viewers and a 2.6 demo rating, down just 12 and 9 percent from its very strong launch and again ranking No. 2 for the night.This Is Us — which was already picked up for a full season — also has now scored the top two ratings of any freshman drama.
Opening NBC’s night, The Voice (11.9 mil/3.2) ticked down 3 percent and two tenths week-to-week.
Related Ratings: This Is Us, Bull Lead Premiere Week’s DVR Gainers
Elsewhere on Tuesday…
CBS | NCIS (15.2 mil/2.1) dipped just a tenth from its season opener, while Bull (13.5 mil/1.9) slipped 14 percent. »
How did the gang feel about the election coverage?
That was addressed in a big way on New Girl Season 6 Episode 2 when Jess and Cece put on a bet with Schmidt that they could rustle up more voters for the Presidential Election.
Watch New Girl Season 6 Episode 2 Online
Meanwhile on this hilarious Fox comedy, Winston schooled Nick on how to go about modern phone sex, but how many awkward situations did it get them into.
Use the video above to watch New Girl online to get up to speed with the latest drama for the characters. »
- Paul Dailly
Meanwhile, Winston and Nick work on video sex for there long distance relationships.
It's so good seeing Jess and Cece's friendship during this episode. Some of the best moments are when they get to have some bonding time.
Jess and Cece going to the sorority house was hilarious. Having the sorority girls give fake names were some of the best lines.
I especially loved when Cece and Jess got the girls on board to register to vote, but soon realized the girls wanted to vote for Trump. That left them no option but to run away from the pack. Is that even allowed on Fox? I guess so.
Winston and Nick realizing they are both in a long distance relationship put them together for this episode.
You're a real sandwich lady and I »
This Is Us‘ second installment is a relief. It continues with the same heart and humor displayed in the premiere, delivering warmth and comfort as handily as though it were a bowl of matzo ball soup fresh out of the kitchen. On the whole, the hour gives us more detail on the drama’s central family, allows Kate to cut loose a little and sticks not one but two characters in some seriously dopey haberdashery.
We’re four episodes in to The Voice‘s eleventh season, and there’s still no obvious favorite being prematurely foisted on us by producers like an unwelcome Christmas display popping up at the mall in late September. (Oh, Macy’s, I really didn’t need to explain to my kids today that it’ll be another three months before they see their Power Rangers action-figure collection fully completed.)
Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not going to paint »
Proving herself to be one of the hospital’s only sane employees, Zayday did some digging on Tuesday’s Scream Queens, putting several of TVLine’s burning Season 2 questions to bed.
PhotosBest & Worst New Shows: The TVLine Staff Share Its Picks… and Passes
Determined to figure out why “Dr.” Munsch really got into the medical field, Zayday and Chamberlain headed straight for the hospital’s archives, where they learned the entire staff was murdered in 1986. (That includes Laura Bell Bundy’s character, thus nixing my theory that she could have been a younger version of Kirstie Alley’s pill-popping nurse. »
As evidenced by last night’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the 2016 election has been crazier and more outrageous than any one to come before it. There’s so much distraction surrounding both candidates’ campaigns that it’s challenging to discover what they actually stand for, and it’s easy to get lost in the noise of it all. Fortunately, tonight’s New Girl cuts through the scandals and controversies and focuses on what the most important part of any election should be: the people voting. Despite Schmidt’s proclamation that democracy is dead, Jess and Cece, both Hillary Clinton supporters, remain determined to
New Girl Season 6 Episode 2 Review: “Hubbedy Bubby” »
- Chris King
They may be on the small screen, but there’s nothing small about their paychecks: The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons and Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara top this year’s list of the highest-paid actors and actresses on TV.
The annual list, compiled by Forbes magazine, tracks earnings from June 2015 to June 2016 and adds in each actor’s endorsements along with their per-episode salaries. That explains why Vergara leads all TV actors, male or female, with a whopping $43 million, thanks to lucrative ad campaigns (like Head & Shoulders shampoo) and licensing deals. Parsons’ Big Bang co-star Kaley Cuoco lands in second place among actresses, »
Here are three words you never thought you’d read: Schmidt is abstaining.
In tonight’s political-themed New Girl, Max Greenfield’s conservative-leaning alter ego informs Jess that he will not be voting for Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump this November (a development we teased earlier this month). Rather, he’ll be boycotting the election altogether, since his preferred candidate isn’t even in the running.
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“I’m only focused on one election,” he declares in the above clip. “The election that matters: Paul Ryan: 2020.”
Jess and Cece, meanwhile, are »
At the outset of the Fox sitcom New Girl (which just started its sixth season on Fox), free-spirited teacher Jess (Zooey Deschanel) moved into a sort of Four's Company arrangement with a trio of bachelors: grouchy slacker Nick (Jake Johnson), hapless Winston (Lamorne Morris), and serial ladies' man Schmidt (Max Greenfield). So if a curious party was on the hunt for the latest hot gossip around the show's fictitious L.A., they couldn't possibly find a better inside source than its resident man-about-town. Greenfield stopped by the Rolling Stone offices »
We’re officially one week into the second season of Scream Queens — and we’ve never been more confused.
VideosScream Queens Premiere Scene: The Chanels Struggle to Define ‘Ghosting’
Ahead of Tuesday’s episode (Fox, 8/7c), TVLine is taking stock of the burning questions left over from last week’s season premiere:
1. Who’s the killer? Ok, we’ll start with the biggie. There’s a mean, green stabbing machine on the loose, and for some reason, his/her sharp instruments tend to point towards the patients of the C.U.R.E. Institute.
2. How does Kirstie Alley fit into all of this? »
Fox already has funny cops, but what about funny doctors? Deadline reports the network has ordered a new series called This Might Hurt.From New Girl writers Ethan Sandler and Adrian Wenner, the medical comedy "revolves around the brilliant doctors at Wilshire Wellness who struggle to conceal the fact that their multi-specialty private practice has become an ethical and interpersonal sh*t-show."Read More… »
Monday in the park with… Deathstroke?
The Arrow Season 2 baddie will make a return for the show’s 100th episode, airing later this year as part of a four-way crossover event with the three other CW superhero series: The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl.
RelatedArrow Episode 100: Robert Queen (and Laurel?) ‘Resurrected’ for 4-Way Xover
As seen in the following photo shared by star Stephen Amell on Monday during production on the milestone hour, the foe is back… but who’s under the mask? As recently as this weekend, Manu Bennett — who originally played the role of Slade Wilson »
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