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  • It's one big 'Community' for creator Dan Harmon on Yahoo

    It's one big 'Community' for creator Dan Harmon on Yahoo
    There has never been a cult show quite like "Community." NBC's freewheeling farce about the lives of a motley group of community college students drew a fiercely devoted fan base. But the ratings were never stellar, and the network finally canceled...
  • TV ratings: 'American Crime' down in second week; CBS wins the night

    TV ratings: 'American Crime' down in second week; CBS wins the night
    CBS and Thursday are anything but an odd couple. On the first Thursday of daylight saving time, which saw TV usage among adults 18 to 49 drop 7% from the previous week, CBS took the night in total viewers and the advertiser-coveted 18 to 49 demographic....
  • CBS picks up 'Mom,' 'Mike & Molly' and '2 Broke Girls' for 2015-16 season

    CBS picks up 'Mom,' 'Mike & Molly' and '2 Broke Girls' for 2015-16 season
    CBS is firming up its comedy plans for next year — and those include a lot more Allison Janney and Melissa McCarthy. The network confirmed on Thursday that it has picked up "Mom," "Mike & Molly" and "2 Broke Girls" for the 2015-16 TV season....
  • 'Blacklist' renewed; 'Big Big Theory' amuses

    'Blacklist' renewed; 'Big Big Theory' amuses
    On the day it is moving to Thursday nights, "The Blacklist" has been renewed for a third season. NBC also is bringing back "Chicago Fire" for season four, "Chicago P.D." for season three, "Grimm" for season five and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"...
  • 'Voice' hits highest Monday notes

    'Voice' hits highest Monday notes
    UPDATED: "The Bachelor" was no match for "The Voice."  The NBC singing contest averaged 14.7 million viewers Monday night while the ABC dating contest delivered 8.2 million, according to ratings released Tuesday afternoon. "The Bachelor" presented the...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' earns tears

    Dramas usually are showered with the greatest raves these days, but sitcoms have long had the greater appeal, from "I Love Lucy" and "All in the Family" to "Seinfeld" and "The Big Bang Theory."     Thursday is a big night for comedy on CBS. How often do...
  • ABC's 'American Crime' debuts to solid ratings

    ABC's 'American Crime' debuts to solid ratings
    ABC's ambitious new drama "American Crime" got off to a decent start in the ratings Thursday night. The show created by "12 Years a Slave" screenwriter John Ridley drew 8.4 million viewers on average and a rating of 2.0 among the key 18-49 demographic,...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' tears trump 'Men' finale

    UPDATED: On the night "Two and a Half Men" ended and a new "Odd Couple" started, "The Big Bang Theory" remained the most-watched program. "Big Bang" averaged 17.5 million viewers for a poignant episode that saluted Wolowitz's late mother and Carol Ann...
  • 'The Bachelor' upstages Donald Trump

    ABC gave "The Bachelor" three hours Sunday night, and he scored ho-hum ratings. (It's not easy going against a "Saturday Night Live" reunion special.) But on Monday, "The Bachelor" was back in its regular slot, and the numbers were looking up.  "The...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' repeat, new 'Scandal' score

    UPDATED: A "Big Bang Theory" repeat had the most viewers Thursday night, which isn't good news for the broadcast network business in a February ratings period. The networks hope to reach big audiences, and the "Big Bang" at 8 p.m. pulled 11.4 million to...
  • 'The Big Bang Theory's' Leonard Nimoy tribute was in the cards

    'The Big Bang Theory's' Leonard Nimoy tribute was in the cards
    Leonard Nimoy only guest-starred on CBS' hit sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" once, but his influence was felt in every single episode. So it's not surprising that series executive producer Chuck Lorre used one of his highly noticed end-of-show vanity cards...