Stevens also suffered a broken arm and deafness in his right ear
The long-running singing show said goodbye with some surprise guests.
Fox's midseason schedule includes name changes, time-slot moves, and Satan.
Rob Lowe and John Stamos change the target demos of Tuesday's comedy blocks, and what's up with Empire?
Backstrom! Weird Loners! The Last Man on Earth! And a new reality show based on a YouTube channel, too.
The network will launch its new music-industry drama on the back of its long-running reality singing competition.
The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
Plus: Showtime orders a pilot about crazy exes, Rising Star flops, but The Last Ship and soccer do not.
Plus: Once Upon a Time is getting Frozen, NBC is doing another live musical, and Tina Fey has a 30 Rock reunion in the works.
Plus: The first trailer for Starz's Power, Misha Collins will be back for more Supernatural, and Netflix officially raises its prices.
Plus: Damian Lewis lines up his next project and USA puts a ton of shows into development.
Plus: Television Without Pity shuts down, LeBron's B-ball series finds its starters, and Defiance gets a Season 2 premiere date.
It's a safe bet that both Rake and freshman comedy Enlisted will end up canceled.
Plus: Americans really like football, Denis Leary is back at FX, and a Pushing Daisies vet is headed to NBC.
Make up your mind, Fox!
More = Rake and Enlisted!
Plus: CBS and Time Warner are friends again, casting shake-ups hit Westeros, and Harry Connick Jr. officially joins American Idol.
Plus: Discovery goes to Civil War, FX finds Bigfoot, and Abu Nazir takes on Oliver Queen.