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Some of NBC's shows have done well while others have really struggled. Which will be cancelled and which will be renewed? Stay tuned!
There's lots of data that NBC looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but the ratings are typically the biggest piece. Here's how the network's shows are doing »
Sunday, July 27, 2014 ratings -- New episodes: Reckless, Wipeout, Unforgettable, Rising Star, and Big Brother.Reruns: Chicago Fire, Chicago Pd, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Castle, American Ninja Warrior, Family Guy, Bob's Burgers, American Dad!, The Simpsons, and 60 Minutes.
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Below, you'll find a list of NBC's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their present status. To see a series' ratings, click the links in the middle column.
Shows include A to Z, A.D., About a Boy, Allegiance, America'.s Got Talent, American Dream Builders, American Ninja Warrior, Aquarius, Believe, Betty White'.s Off Their Rockers, Bad Judge, The Biggest Loser, The Blacklist, Camp, The Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Fire, Chicago Pd, Community, Constantine, Crisis, Crossbones, Crossing Lines, Dateline NBC, Dracula, Emerald City, Food Fighters, Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls, Grimm, Growing Up Fisher, Hannibal, Heroes, Hollywood Game Night, Ironside, Last Comic Standing, Law & Order: Svu, Marry Me, The Michael J. Fox Show, The Million Second Quiz, Mission Control, Mr. Robinson, The Mysteries of Laura, The Night Shift, Odyssey, One Big Happy, Parenthood, Parks and Recreation, Revolution, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Saturday Night Live, Sean Saves the World, »
Fast National ratings for Sunday, July 27, 2014. "Big Brother," "Unforgettable" and "Reckless" were all steady for CBS, leading the network to Sunday victories in all key measures. Animation repeats put Fox in second overall (and first in the 18-34 demo), while ABC was second overall, as "Rising Star" continued to lose steam after a couple seemingly encouraging weeks. On to the numbers... Among adults 18-49, CBS averaged a 1.2 rating for Sunday night, topping Fox's 1.0 rating in the key demographic. ABC and NBC both averaged a 0.7 key demo rating for the night. Overall, CBS averaged an estimated 6.19 million viewers for Sunday primetime along with a 3.9 rating/7 share. ABC was a distant second with 3.33 million viewers and a 2.0/4, topping NBC's 2.97 million viewers and a 1.9/3. Fox averaged 2.24 million viewers and a 1.3/2 for the night. 7 p.m. - "60 Minutes" started primetime in first for CBS with 7.66 million viewers, also winning the 7 p.m. hour with »
- Daniel Fienberg
There wasn’t a whole lot happening on the broadcast ratings front Sunday, with CBS’ “Big Brother” once again the night’s standout in key demos and ABC’s unscripted combo of “Wipeout” and “Rising Star” edging downward to series lows.
According to preliminary “live plus same-day” Nielsen estimates, “60 Minutes” (0.9 rating/4 share in 18-49, 7.7 million viewers overall) opened the night for CBS by winning its timeslot in key demos while also ruling as the night’s most-watched program overall. It was followed by “Big Brother” (2.1/7 in 18-49, 6.5 million viewers overall), which again more than doubled its young-adult lead-in even while losing total viewers from the newsmag; it was in line with last week’s demo rating while up a bit in total viewers.
From 9 to 11 p.m., firstrun dramas “Unforgettable” (1.0/3 in 18-49, 6.4 million viewers overall) and “Reckless” (0.6/2 in 18-49, 4.2 million viewers overall) were steady in the demo week to week, »
- Rick Kissell
Who is the roaster with the most-er? NBC’s Last Comic Standing asks that question this Thursday at 10/9c, and we’ve got a first look at one of the scorching sessions.
Related NBC Renews Last Comic Standing and 2 Others, Celeb Apprentice Still Mia
With celebrity roastmaster general Jeff Ross serving as guest mentor, the six finalists will each take a run at comedian Gilbert Gottfried — a man not without myriad easy targets on his back. Here, Nikki Carr takes her best shots, mimicking the guest of honor’s vocal patterns to boot.
Who’s your pick to win this cycle of Last Comic? »
NBC’s first fresh America’s Got Talent in a small eternity on Tuesday drew 10.3 million total viewers and a 2.4 demo rating, dipping 7 percent and two tenths from its last original but still handily dominating the night on both counts.
Opening the Peacock’s night, the premiere of Food Fighters cooked up just 4.6 mil and a 1.0, tying an NCIS rerun for the 8 o’clock demo win and drawing the repeat-filled night’s fifth-largest audience. An everlong road ahead?
Over on ABC, Extreme Weight Loss (3.4 mil/0.9) shed a tenth while Celebrity Wife Swap (2.7 mil/0.8) divorced itself from a good 25 percent of its previous numbers. »
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A love triangle! Showrunner Matt Olmstead says that Severide will stay with Lindsay throughout Season 3, but he also says that sparks will continue to fly between Lindsay and her partner Halstead. "I'm sure it will be sticky again for Lindsey and Halstead," Jesse Lee Soffer says. "They obviously still have a connection. Who knows if they'll take that risk and if Voight will allow that to happen or if he'll end up killing somebody?" I know he's kidding, but let's not forget what happened to poor Jin in the season finale! Rip!
Is Harrison really going to die on Scandal? — Pamela
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- Natalie Abrams
A full trailer has been released for writer and director Justin Simien's Sundance hit, Dear White People. I've heard a lot of fantastic things about this movie, which is a comedic satire about race relations in modern America. I really like the humor that I'm seeing in the trailer, and this looks like a really entertaining movie worth checking out. Here's a synopsis for the movie:
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. Writer/director Justin Simien follows a group of African American students as they navigate campus life and racial politics at a predominantly white college in a sharp and funny feature film debut that earned him a spot on Variety’s annual “10 Directors to Watch.”
- Joey Paur
I know it’s early into Season 11, but I’m not sure So You Think You Can Dance‘s effervescent Rudy can do any wrong.
Ok, maybe he should consider a 10 percent reduction in wide-eyed golly gee-ness when he gets positive feedback from the judges — it’s sometimes a fine line between wicked heartthrob and ventriloquist’s dummy — but you’ve got to admit he’s as loveable as a teacup chihuahua peeking out from a cashmere blanket (or a newborn kitten cradled in an endive leaf, if you’re not really into canines).
Tonight, Rudy scored some additional (and »
TVLine hits rewind on the TV season’s biggest “What Happens Next” finales, then invites you to predict the cliffhanger outcomes
So went Chicago Fire‘s Season 2 finale, which saw a burning building explode with almost the entire cast of characters inside of it.
With an eruption that huge, “someone has to die. [And] someone does,” executive producer Matt Olmstead tells TVLine.
Related What Happens Next: Is The Blacklist‘s Red Really Liz’s Father?
As a result, the catastrophic event has “a lot of ramifications in terms of not everybody makes it, and those who do make it, »
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Question: Will there be more fallout from Juliette and Jeff’s hook-up on Nashville? Please tell me it won’t break up her and Avery! — Nat
Ausiello: Downside: I hear Juliette will likely find herself with child (a move that would mirror Hayden Panettiere’s still-unconfirmed real-life pregnancy) when Season 3 picks up, but by whom? You’ll recall, she knocked cowboy boots with both Jeff and Avery near the end of the season. Upside: Both Ms. Barnes and »
Sure, he just plays one on TV, but Taylor Kinney is one sexy fireman. The Chicago Fire star turned 33 this week, so to celebrate the actor's birthday, we're taking a look at some of his hottest firefighter moments on the show. In real life, Taylor is Lady Gaga's other half, but thanks to his role on the NBC series, he's also become a fan favorite, tapping into that whole fireman-fantasy thing. You don't even need to watch the show to understand his appeal, either - with a look at his sexiest Chicago Fire moments in photos and GIFs, here's why Taylor Kinney is the hot firefighter of your dreams. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
With Arrow coming back for Season 3 this fall and spin-off series The Flash debuting as well, the possibilities for crossover episodes are practically endless. When Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) debuted in two Season 2 episodes of Arrow, fans saw the start of a potential romance between Barry and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), but can a relationship last between two different shows, set in two different fictional cities?
Greg Berlanti, who serves as executive producer on both Arrow and The Flash, was asked if Felicity will ever pop up on The Flash, revealing he hopes to start crossovers between both shows as soon as possible.
"That's our hope. Our hope is to get some crossovers going sooner rather than later with all the shows."
He added that the producers toyed with Felicity and Barry dating between both of the shows, similar to the crossover relationship between Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) on »
Happy Birthday, Taylor Kinney! The Chicago Fire hunk is ringing in the big 3-3 today, so of course, longtime girlfriend Lady Gaga took to Twitter to send a sweet message to her man in honor of his special day. "Happy Birthday to my darling @TaylorKinney11 he plays a hero on TV but in real life he's my Hero," the 28-year-old pop star wrote, adding two heart emojis to the post. Ahead of Kinney's birthday, Gaga posted a new pic of the pair on her Instagram page, in which the two are cozying up together, looking like a happy couple in love (Taylor also reposted the image). The cute pic is a rare shot of the super-private couple, who seem to prefer to keep their romance out of the »
Chicago Fire star Yuri Sardarov remembers he had one thing on his mind when he read the NBC drama's Season 2 finale: "Man, I better call my manager and see what's going on with my character," he tells TVGuide.com.
Sardarov likely wasn't alone. For those who don't remember, Chicago Fire wrapped its second season with a huge cliff-hanger that put the fate of nearly every member of Firehouse 51 — with the exception of Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) — into question when ...
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- Kate Stanhope
NBC's presentation at the Television Critics Association's 2014 Summer press tour took place on Sunday, and we were on hand to get all the juicy details on the network's fall schedule. We learned a few goodies about highly-anticipated new shows "Constantine" and "State of Affairs," plus, new info on the Emmys, their upcoming live musical, and more.
1. Walken the Plank?
Perhaps the biggest news of the day was the announcement that Christopher Walken has landed the role of Captain Hook in the live musical version of "Peter Pan" -- an event planned for a December 4th airing. The actor "will be the first tap dancing Captain Hook you've ever seen," according to NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
2. A Maya Rudolph show isn't off the table
There may be more Maya Rudolph coming to the network in the future. Her "Maya Rudolph Show" special was considered an "imperfect first episode" and she »
- Alana Altmann
"Comfortable shoes." That's what Grimm's David Greenwalt suggested was the key to surviving as a showrunner in today's increasingly competitive marketplace. He was joined by those who share that opportunity and that burden — The Blacklist's John Eisendrath, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.'s Matt Olmstead and Parenthood and About a Boy's Jason Katims — as part of a Television Critics Association panel titled "Showrunners Confidential" on Sunday. When pressed about the hardest part of the gig, Katims suggested it was the juggling of responsibilities that come with the job of showrunner. At any given time, he is
- Lacey Rose
It’s a motorcycle journey towards Paloma.
Latino-Review caught up with actress Sarah Shahi in Jason Momoa’s “Road to Paloma.” She plays the sister to Wolf, a Native American who is on the run from FBI agents after brutally murdering a man who raped his mother.
In this exclusive phone interview, Shahi discussed the attraction to Momoa’s directorial debut. She also came on board as an executive producer and explained on how she slightly expanded her character from the original script. As a bonus, she slightly talked about her future projects including “Person of Interest.”
“Road to Paloma” has a limited release in theaters today.
Read the interview below.
Latino-Review: What attracted to you this story written by Jason Momoa?
- Gig Patta
After directing four of the ten episodes in Game Of Thrones' solid fourth season (The Lion And The Rose, Breaker Of Chains, The Mountain And The Viper, The Children), Alex Graves told Collider earlier this year he would be taking a well-deserved break from Westeros for season five, with plans to return for season six.
That left a Graves-shaped hole in the Game Of Thrones' fifth season directing roster, one now filled by Michael Slovis (Breaking Bad, Law & Order: Svu, Chicago Fire). Director and cinematographer Slovis confirmed at a Behind The Lens event in May that he will be behind the camera for the first two episodes of season five.
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