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  • 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo says 'pervert' gays shouldn't be on show

    Yeah, this isn't going to end well for you, Juan Pablo. America may have fallen for ABC's new "Bachelor" when the long-running reality show debuted with strong ratings this month, but I have a feeling the love affair will end swiftly after viewers get...
  • 'Bachelor' recap: Juan Pablo can't hold a candle to Lowe nuptials

    Who watched Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici tie the knot on Sunday night, guys? Oh, right. That was literally just me. Because who else would opt to see two reality stars get married on live television instead of the Grammy Awards? Poor timing, ABC....
  • 'Bachelor' recap: Juan Pablo should stick to soccer, not speaking

    First of all, let’s state the obvious: It was weird watching “The Bachelor” on Monday. If I didn’t already have mixed feelings about Juan Pablo -- which, uh, I definitely did -- it certainly didn’t help to learn his...
  • TV ratings: ABC ties CBS as 'Bachelor,' 'Castle' rise

    TV ratings: ABC ties CBS as 'Bachelor,' 'Castle' rise
    Monday night was a virtual dead heat in the ratings between a "Bachelor-" and "Castle"-fueled ABC and a comedy-driven CBS. According to early numbers from Nielsen, both major networks earned a rating of 2.4 among 18-to-49-year-olds, the demographic most...
  • The new 'Bachelor' has roots in South Florida

    The new 'Bachelor' has roots in South Florida
    To TV viewers, Juan Pablo Galavis is the star of ABC's "The Bachelor" reality dating TV series. But some South Floridians know (or may not) know the blond former pro soccer player's local connections. Latin roots: Galavis, 32, was born in Ithaca, N.Y.,...
  • TV ratings: Olympics chill 'Almost Human,' 'Following,' 'Bachelor'

    TV ratings: Olympics chill 'Almost Human,' 'Following,' 'Bachelor'
    All original broadcast shows felt the cold wind of the Olympics on Monday as NBC won the night again with skiing and speed skating.  The Sochi Winter Olympics drew an average of 22.2 million viewers, down about 13% from the comparable night for the 2010...
  • TV ratings: Monday Olympics up slightly, 'Castle' down

    TV ratings: Monday Olympics up slightly, 'Castle' down
    Ratings for NBC's Monday prime-time Winter Olympics coverage rose from the same night four years ago, according to early numbers from Nielsen.  The Sochi Games drew an average of 23.5 million viewers, up 11% from the comparable night of the 2010...
  • 'The Bachelor' recap, Hometown dates

    Hola rose lovers, and welcome to Hometown Dates. This is the week we get a glimpse into the people who spawned and reared the type of women who go on a reality dating show to find a husband. We are down to the final four ladies: Neekee, Andi, Clare...
  • TV ratings: NBC scores with 'Voice' premiere, 'Blacklist' return

    TV ratings: NBC scores with 'Voice' premiere, 'Blacklist' return
    With the Olympics now over, "The Voice" and "The Blacklist" returned Monday, propelling NBC to a nightly win. The "Voice's" sixth season premiere was down slightly from last year's season opener in the key demographic, though it had a bigger audience...
  • TV ratings: 'Mind Games' soft for ABC; NBC wins demo again

    TV ratings: 'Mind Games' soft for ABC; NBC wins demo again
    A lower Tuesday "Voice" helped NBC win the night among key 18- to 49-year-olds, while CBS had more viewers overall. Meanwhile, ABC saw a lackluster launch for its new series "Mind Games."  According to early numbers from Nielsen, the first Tuesday...
  • TV ratings: 'Voice' scores, 'Blacklist' and 'Almost Human' fall

    TV ratings: 'Voice' scores, 'Blacklist' and 'Almost Human' fall
    NBC won Monday night with blind auditions on "The Voice" and James Spader's "The Blacklist," though the latter's ratings in a key demographic were was down from last week. The singing contest, now in its sixth season, drew an average of 15.7 million...