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  • 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Idol': Thursday winners

    UPDATED: CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" had the most viewers Thursday night and the most young adults by a wide margin. But "American Idol" put Fox on top for the night in both counts. "The Big Bang Theory" drew 18.1 million viewers, according to...
  • Mary McNamara's best TV shows of 2014

     Mary McNamara's best TV shows of 2014
    Here is Mary McNamara’s look at the best of 2014 in television. Best dramas with 12 or fewer episodes "Game of Thrones" (HBO) "Orphan Black" (BBC America) "Transparent" (Amazon) "Sherlock" (PBS) "Rectify" (Sundance TV) "Outlander"...
  • Sherlock Holmes lives on in novels, movies, TV shows

    Sherlock Holmes lives on in novels, movies, TV shows
    Sherlock is enjoying quite the afterlife. Nearly 90 years after Arthur Conan Doyle's final story was published, literature's most famous detective has continued solving crimes through the pages of other novels, as well as TV shows and movies—and...
  • NBC's 'Peter Pan Live!' ratings lower than 'Sound of Music' but strong

    NBC didn't exactly soar in the ratings Thursday night with its three-hour live telecast "Peter Pan Live!" The event program, which starred Allison Williams as the iconic children's character and Christopher Walken as Captain Hook, scored a 2.3 rating...
  • 'Big Bang Theory,' ABC are Thursday victors

    CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" had the most viewers Thursday night, but ABC was the winning network, thanks to the fall finales of three dramas. "Big Bang" and Sheldon Cooper averaged 14.6 million viewers and boosted "Mom" to 10.2 million. The biggest ABC...
  • TV ratings: ABC's '#TGIT' lineup a force in key demo

    TV ratings: ABC's '#TGIT' lineup a force in key demo
    ABC sure has a handle on Thursday nights. The alphabet network came out on top once again in the key demographic of adults 18-49 with its night of Shonda Rhimes-backed dramas, according to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen. "Grey's Anatomy"...
  • Miami Dolphins challenge 'Big Bang Theory'

    Miami Dolphins challenge 'Big Bang Theory'
    UPDATED: "The Big Bang Theory" had the most viewers nationally and locally Thursday. But the Miami Dolphins upstaged "Big Bang" with young adults locally. The CBS sitcom drew 215,085 viewers in the Orlando TV market. NFL Network's "Thursday Night...
  • 'Big Bang Theory': Viewers love Sheldon

    Without the NFL, CBS has fallen back to Earth on Thursday. But CBS still has "The Big Bang Theory," and a surprise declaration of love from Sheldon Cooper means a lot. "The Big Bang Theory" on CBS remained Thursday's powerhouse with 16.6 million...
  • Lucy Liu embraces elements of meditation, fitness and napping

    Lucy Liu embraces elements of meditation, fitness and napping
    She played a comically brusque lawyer on Fox's "Ally McBeal," one of "Charlie's Angels" in two films and a fictionalized version of herself on HBO's "Sex and the City," but Lucy Liu is more than the sum of her acting parts. She also is a passionate human-...
  • Jay Leno to return to 'Tonight Show' - as guest

    Jay Leno to return to 'Tonight Show' - as guest
    Jay Leno will make his first appearance as a full-fledged guest on NBC's venerable "Tonight Show," marking his return to the late night talker after he left his host duties behind in February of last year. Leno is slated to appear on "Tonight," now...
  • TV Picks: 'Olive Kitteridge,' 'Elementary,' 'Death Comes to Pemberley'

    TV Picks: 'Olive Kitteridge,' 'Elementary,' 'Death Comes to Pemberley'
    "Olive Kitteridge" Starring Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins, HBO's two-part, four-hour adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning book is the best thing on television this year, last year, probably next year, possible ever....