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  • TV ratings: 'Survivor' up from last year; 'Mixology' soft

    TV ratings: 'Survivor' up from last year; 'Mixology' soft
    No longer facing the Olympics in prime time, Fox scored a ratings win Wednesday night as "American Idol" posted numbers that were generally in line with a week ago. But it was a close one as CBS' premiere of "Survivor" nearly tied the singing contest in...
  • McNamara's Picks: 'Bates Motel,' 'Those Who Kill,' 'Hollywood Game Night,' 'Call the Midwife'

    McNamara's Picks: 'Bates Motel,' 'Those Who Kill,' 'Hollywood Game Night,' 'Call the Midwife'
    "Bates Motel"  The A&E prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's iconic "Psycho" sounded like such a bad idea, even in the hands of Carlton Cuse ("Lost") and Kerry Ehrin ("Friday Night Lights"). Who would want to watch the presumably Freudian-nightmarish young...
  • 'Mixology' Modest, 'Survivor' Up and 'Chicago P.D.' Crossover Scores on Wednesday

    ABC's singles comedy "Mixology" opened to lackluster numbers on Wednesday behind "Modern Family" on a night that also saw year-over-year gains for the season opener of "Survivor" on CBS and series-best numbers for NBC drama "Chicago P.D." thanks to its...
  • Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows

     Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows
    For those of us grown weary of the tortured white male detectives/criminals who occupy so much prime television real estate, "Those Who Kill," which premieres Monday on A&E, offers some small comfort. Not only is the tortured detective lead a woman, she's...
  • Netflix Picks Up 'Crossing Lines' for U.S. Streaming After NBC Run

    Netflix acquired exclusive U.S. streaming rights to the first season of "Crossing Lines," following the crime series' run on NBC last summer. All 10 episodes of the series are now available to Netflix's streaming customers in the States, in the show's...
  • TV ratings: Olympics win, 'Super Fun Night' finale down

    TV ratings: Olympics win, 'Super Fun Night' finale down
    Viewership for NBC's prime time Winter Olympics coverage on Wednesday -- featuring figure skating and U.S. skier Ted Ligety's gold medal run -- was virtually flat with the comparable night in 2010, according to early numbers from Nielsen.  The Sochi...
  • Nina Tassler Named Chairman of CBS Entertainment

    Nina Tassler has been promoted to chairman of CBS Entertainment, and reupped with the Eye through 2017. In her new post, Tassler will continue to report to CBS Corporation prez and CEO Leslie Moonves. "Nina's creative instincts, programming savvy and...
  • 'American Idol' Hits Wednesday Low Opposite Olympics on NBC

    NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics dominated once again Wednesday, while Fox's "American Idol" tumbled to its lowest score ever on the night -- beaten head-to-head in total viewers by CBS' "Criminal Minds" for the first time. In latenight, meanwhile,...
  • Academy's Song Nominee Disqualification Not Unprecedented

    Last week's disqualification of "Alone Yet Not Alone" from Oscar's best song category is the latest in a series of scandals and head-scratchers that have plagued the music Oscars for years. It's only the second time in four decades that a music...
  • CBS Stalwart 'Criminal Minds' Reaches 200th Episode

    Erica Messer exists in a world of horrific murderers, psychotic stalkers and deranged sociopaths -- and she's thrived in that environment. Messer is the exec producer and showrunner of CBS drama "Criminal Minds," which airs its 200th episode Feb. 5....
  • A Farewell to Jay Leno in Late Night

    Having earned hundreds of millions of dollars for hosting "The Tonight Show" over the past twenty­­something years, Jay Leno might not look like a working-class hero. Yet there's something people can identify with in his relationship with NBC, where...