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‘Dancing with the Stars’ slugfest: Will the purge of women reach a historic milestone? [Watch]

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ slugfest: Will the purge of women reach a historic milestone? [Watch]
The women are dropping like flies on “Dancing with the Stars,” and it’s about to reach historic proportions. In Gold Derby’s latest slugfest to discuss Trios Night, Joyce Eng notes, “I looked back and the only other time there have been four straight weeks of the same gender being eliminated was season 23 when it was four straight guys in the beginning, but there has never been five straight eliminations of the same gender. It could break a record next week … We could totally have a top six of just guys.” Eng was joined by Daniel Montgomery, Cordell Martin and Jeffrey Kare to discuss that dubious milestone and more. Watch above.

The first three contestants sent home from the show this season were comedian Nikki Glaser, Paralympian Danelle Umstead and actress Nancy McKeon. It looked like “Dukes of Hazzard” star John Schneider or “Bachelorette” alum Joe Amabile would be ousted next,
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‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’: See who’s dancing what on Disney Week

‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’: See who’s dancing what on Disney Week
It’s Synergy Week on “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” aka Disney Week. The remaining nine kiddies will perform to tunes from some Disney classics, many of which were released before their lifetimes. As if Songs From the Year I Was Born Week didn’t already make us feel old. But at least no one is doing “Let It Go.”

See Honey Boo Boo dodged a bullet on ‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors,’ but is she on borrowed time?

Here’s the lineup for Week 3. One couple will be eliminated at the end of Sunday’s show.

Akash Vukoti and Kamri Peterson (mentored by Witney Carson): jive – “Zero to Hero” from “Hercules

Ariana Greenblatt and Artyon Celestine (mentored by Brandon Armstrong): samba – “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride” from “Lilo & Stitch

Honey Boo Boo and Tristan Ianiero (mentored by Artem Chigvintsev): foxtrot – “Something There” from “Beauty and the Beast
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Battle of the Browns on ‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’: Can Sky overtake Miles to win the Mirror Ball Trophy?

Battle of the Browns on ‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’: Can Sky overtake Miles to win the Mirror Ball Trophy?
After week one of “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” the battle for the Mirror Ball Trophy looked like a close contest between “Black-ish” actor Miles Brown and skateboarder Sky Brown, according to the combined predictions of Gold Derby users. But things have changed since week two: it’s not so close anymore. Miles now gets leading odds of 10/3, while Sky is in runner-up position with 9/2 odds. Can Sky kickflip her way back to the top?

In the series premiere episode both Browns impressed the judges, but neither of them actually topped the leaderboard. Both Miles and Sky scored 22 out of 30, which was two points behind Mandla Morris and Ariana Greenblatt‘s first-place scores. Nevertheless, Miles showed tons of charisma, and Sky had the benefit of performing last, which is often a sign of whom the producers favor because getting that last dance slot keeps you freshest in mind when the audience votes.
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Tinashe Was Eliminated From Dancing with the Stars Because Nothing Makes Sense Anymore

Dancing with the Stars just delivered it's first truly shocking elimination of the season and we seriously cannot deal. But before we can begin to understand how Tinashe -- easily the best dancer in this crop of stars and a front-runner before the season even began -- was sent home, let's look back

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The Conners

Network: ABC.

Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: October 16, 2018 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, Michael Fishman, Emma Kenney, Ames McNamara, Jayden Rey, Maya Lynne Robinson, Estelle Parsons, James Pickens Jr., and Natalie West.

TV show description:

When ABC revived Roseanne for a 10th installment, the sitcom earned stellar Nielsen ratings, averaging a 3.49 in the 18-49 demo with 13.482 million viewers. During the 2017-18 television season, it dwarfed the performances of both Grey's Anatomy and Dancing with the Stars, and was quickly renewed for an 11th season.

However, once star Roseanne Barr made offensive statements on Twitter, the network
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Viewer Votes Ranking for the 2018-19 Network TV Shows

Like it or not, network TV series typically live and die by their Nielsen ratings. Since most fans do not live in Nielsen households, the average person's preferences aren't taken into account, and that is frustrating. While we can't change the system, we want to give you an outlet for your opinions, so we invite you to vote for your favorite 2018-19 network TV shows here. Which programs are the best or the worst? If it were up to you, which TV series would be cancelled and renewed?

ABC shows (so far): America's Funniest Home Videos, American Housewife, Black-ishChild Support, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars, Dancing with the Stars: Junior, Fresh off the Boat, The Goldbergs, The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Modern
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ABC TV Shows: 2018-19 Viewer Votes

Every year, the ABC television network airs new and continuing TV series. Many are cancelled and many are renewed by the season's end. Although everyone understands that Nielsen ratings usually play a big role in TV cancellations and renewals, most fans do not get to participate in that system. So, we are offering you the chance to rate ABC TV shows here, instead.

ABC TV series that have premiered (so far) during the 2018-19 television season: America's Funniest Home Videos, American Housewife, Black-ishChild Support, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars, Dancing with the Stars: Junior, Fresh off the Boat, The Goldbergs, The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder,The Kids Are Alright, A Million Little Things, Modern FamilyThe RookieShark TankSingle Parents, Speechless, Splitting Up Together, and Station 19.

Here's a
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Dancing with the Stars: Season 27 Ratings (Fall 2018)

Although the ratings have dropped over time, fans shouldn't worry too much that ABC will cancel its Dancing with the Stars TV show. It still performs well for the network, and is probably far less expensive to produce than some lower-rated scripted dramas. Still, the day may come when they decide to give the format a rest, so we're keeping an eye on the Nielsen ratings just in case. Will Dancing with the Stars be cancelled or renewed for season 28? Stay tuned.

An ABC competitive reality TV series, Dancing with the Stars is hosted by Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, with Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie Ann Inaba serve as judges. Celebrities competing in cycle 27 are Alexis Ren, Bobby Bones, Danelle Umstead, DeMarcus Ware, Evanna Lynch, Joe Amabile, ie "Grocery Store Joe," John Schneider, Juan Pablo Di Pace, Mary Lou Retton, Milo Manheim, Nancy McKeon, Nikki
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2018-19 TV Show Season Ratings (week four)

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 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week three.

ABC shows (so far): 20/20, The Alec Baldwin Show, America's Funniest Home Videos, American Housewife, Child Support, Dancing with the Stars, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Fresh Off the Boat, The Goldbergs, The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, A Million Little Things, Modern Family, Single Parents, and Speechless.

CBS shows this season (so far): 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, Criminal Minds, FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, Hawaii Five-0, MacGyver, Madam Secretary, Mom, Magnum Pi, Murphy Brown, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, The Neighborhood, Seal Team, Shark
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2018-19 Season Ratings for New TV Shows (week four)

Each season, the television networks introduce dozens of new TV shows and hope that each will be a big hit in the ratings. Unfortunately, most are cancelled after one season. How are the 2018-19 series doing? Which have the best ratings and which have the worst? How many will survive to see a second season? Stay tuned.

Here are the season average ratings of the new 2018-19 network TV shows -- through the end of week four.

New ABC shows (so far): The Alec Baldwin Show, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, A Million Little Things and Single Parents.

CBS shows this season (so far): FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, Magnum Pi, Murphy Brown, and The Neighborhood.

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Dancing with the Stars: Juniors Season One Ratings (Fall 2018)

With the original Dancing with the Stars in its 27th season, ABC has introduced another new twist on the format, the Dancing with the Stars: Juniors TV show. Will its fresh faces pull in fans of the original and maybe some new viewers as well? How will the first season perform in the Nielsen ratings? Will Dancing with the Stars: Juniors be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.

An ABC competitive reality TV series, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors is hosted by Jordan Fisher and Frankie Muniz. Child celebrities and their professional junior ballroom dance partners train with Dancing with the Stars pros, to compete for the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Choreographer Mandy Moore, professional dancer Val Chmerkovskiy, and Dancing with the Stars: Athletes champion Adam Rippon judge the competition.

Season one of Dancing with the Stars: Juniors features: Addison Osta Smith
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Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong sound off on shocking ‘Dancing with the Stars’ elimination: ‘Obviously people didn’t vote!’

Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong sound off on shocking ‘Dancing with the Stars’ elimination: ‘Obviously people didn’t vote!’
Viewers might still be in shock over Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong‘s “Dancing with the Stars” elimination on Monday, but the couple is taking it all in stride — and joking about it. “Obviously people didn’t vote! That’s what happened!” Armstrong told “Entertainment Tonight” with a laugh. “It’s Ok.”

Despite a strong trio tango with Season 18 runner-up Amy Purdy that scored a 26, the singer became the fourth person — and fourth woman — to get the boot this season. Tinashe isn’t too torn up over how things went down. “I feel like we did our best every week, so that’s what’s really important,” she said. “And we had fun. It happens.”

See Worst elimination in ‘Dancing with the Stars’ history? Tinashe sent home in 10th place

Tinashe, who has the highest average score this season, a 25.6, along with Juan Pablo Di Pace and Milo Manheim, said the
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7 reasons (besides Bachelor Nation) why Tinashe was cruelly eliminated on ‘Dancing with the Stars’

7 reasons (besides Bachelor Nation) why Tinashe was cruelly eliminated on ‘Dancing with the Stars’
The slaughtering of female contestants on “Dancing with the Stars” this season continued on Monday, but it wasn’t Mary Lou Retton or Alexis Ren — the remaining two women who were in the bottom five the first week — who went home like we had feared. Instead, it was Tinashe, one of the best dancers and top scorers this season, and her partner Brandon Armstrong who got the boot, giving us our first shocking elimination of the season. How did this happen? Besides, you know, Bachelor Nation. Let’s break it down.

1. Tinashe was getting, like, no votes

This seems obvious, but it must be said. Based on skill alone and her scores — she’s tied with the highest average of the season, 25.6 — Tinashe was a contender for the Mirrorball trophy. But fan votes are the other half of the “Dancing” equation, and she had to have been at or near
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Ratings: ‘Arrow’ Season 7 Premiere Adds Viewers From Previous Finale

NBC won another Monday primetime pretty easily when things mostly shook out as they should. Much further down the Nielsen sheets, “Arrow” started Season 7 off just fine — for CW’s standards, that is.

The CW finished behind both Spanish-language networks, as an animated “Constantine” special dragged down what “Arrow” started.

NBC was first in ratings with a 1.8 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. A two-hour “The Voice” at 8 p.m scored a 1.9/8 and 9.8 million viewers. At 10, “Manifest” had a 1.5/6 and 7.5 million viewers.

Also Read: Ratings: ABC's 'Alec Baldwin Show' Bombs in Premiere, Ties Univision in Key Demo

Fox was second in ratings with a 1.2/5, but fourth in viewers with 5.5 million. “The Resident” at 8 received a 1.0/4 and 4.8 million viewers. At 9, “9-1-1” put up a 1.5/6 and 6.2 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.0/4 and second in viewers with 7.1 million.
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Whose Week 4 ‘Dancing with the Stars’ routine was worse: Grocery Store Joe’s dumpster fire salsa or Master P’s 8-point paso doble?

Whose Week 4 ‘Dancing with the Stars’ routine was worse: Grocery Store Joe’s dumpster fire salsa or Master P’s 8-point paso doble?
Have you recovered from Joe “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile‘s abomination of a salsa on Monday’s “Dancing with the Stars”? No? We haven’t either. Joe has moved past “comically bad” on the show to “tragically bad” — ‘Tragic Mike’ is very apt to describe that dance — and it’s just painful to watch now. He scored a 15, inordinately low for Week 4 standards, but still not the lowest score of all time. That “honor” goes to Master P, who pulled an 8 in Week 4 in Season 2 for his paso doble. But which of their performances was the worst?

Joe’s salsa was doomed the second Jenna Johnson wanted it to be “sexy.” Joe is a lot of things, and it’s not that he’s not sexy, but he lacks the personality and confidence to act sexy while forcing himself to move his feet and body in ways he’s never moved them before.
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See Dierks Bentley, Dwight Yoakam’s Rowdy ‘Fast As You’ at Hollywood Bowl

See Dierks Bentley, Dwight Yoakam’s Rowdy ‘Fast As You’ at Hollywood Bowl
Dierks Bentley wrapped up his Mountain High Tour at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles this weekend with a surprise appearance from Dwight Yoakam, who showed up to perform “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere” and then “Fast As You” with the help of Brothers Osborne.

Bentley, playing on Yoakam’s home turf in the Golden State, revs up for “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere” by trading some jabs about his home city of Phoenix with Yoakam, who’s synonymous with Bakersfield (thanks to his Number One hit with Buck Owens,
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‘The Voice’ comeback stage: How does this work on season 15 with Kelsea Ballerini as the fifth coach?

‘The Voice’ comeback stage: How does this work on season 15 with Kelsea Ballerini as the fifth coach?
Are you as confused as we are about how the comeback stage works on season 15 of “The Voice”? Don’t worry. We did some digging and figured out what you need to know. Country singing sensation Kelsea Ballerini is in charge of the this phase of the competition. The digital series, “Comeback Stage,” streams on YouTube, Instagram TV, Facebook and NBC.com.

In the first few episodes, we saw her working with a half dozen hopefuls who didn’t merit a chair turn in the blind auditions. Now she has pitted pairs of them up against each other in battles, just like the four regular coaches — Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton — do on the main show that airs on NBC.

The first of these Battle Pairings — Madison Cain versus Ayanna Joni — was released alongside the televised version of “The Voice” on Monday. Joni’s rendition of “Dangerous
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Rashad Jennings to Beer Thrower, I'm Glad You Got Banned!

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Don't let stupid fans disrespect and dehumanize NFL players by throwing beer on them -- so says ex-nfl star Rashad Jennings, who's praising the Patriots for taking action. Jennings -- a "Dancing with the Stars" champion -- just learned about the Tyreek Hill incident when we saw him out in L.A. on Monday night ... and he was shocked it went down. The former NY Giants running back says fans need to show "some type
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‘The Voice’ season 15 schedule: When do the live shows start?

‘The Voice’ season 15 schedule: When do the live shows start?
Season 15 of “The Voice” just wrapped up the first phase of the competition: the Blind Auditions. At the end of those six episodes, each coach had 12 artists on their team. These 48 hopefuls must now make it through the Battle Rounds, with the first of those four episodes airing on October 16.

Coaches set up six battles between their dozen artists. Reigning champ Kelly Clarkson has turned to Thomas Rhett for advice while one-time coach Jennifer Hudson is looking to Halsey for guidance. Three-time champ Adam Levine has CeeLo Green chiming in while Blake Shelton, who has won a whopping six of the previous 14 seasons of “The Voice,” has brought in Keith Urban for a second opinion.

These advisers will help the coaches decide which artist was the best in each battle. In addition, they will offer their input as to which two losing artists from other teams should be given a second chance.
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‘The Voice’ coaches: Rank Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton & 8 more [Poll]

‘The Voice’ coaches: Rank Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton &  8 more [Poll]
Over the 15 seasons of “The Voice,” a dozen music superstars have served as coaches. Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and country crooner Blake Shelton have been with the show from the start while current coaches Jennifer Hudson and Kelly Clarkson had each done a season before the current one. Is one of this foursome your favorite ever coach? Or do you prefer one of the other eight singers who have left the panel? Vote in our poll below and sound off in the comments section.

Hudson was first a coach last fall on season 13 of this Emmy-winning show. She proved to be unlucky in her debut, just missing out on a place in the final when Noah Mac was the last of the Top 8 to be eliminated. That season marked the sixth win for Shelton. One of his artists, Chloe Kohanksi, won the title while another, Red Marlowe, made it to fourth place.
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