What to watch on Thursday, April 28.
THE WEDDING BETWEEN PRINCE WILLIAM AND KATE MIDDLETON MAY BE THE TELEVISION EVENT OF THE YEAR, BUT THERE'S BEEN PLENTY OF SIMILARLY GREAT FICTIONAL WEDDINGS. HERE ARE OUR TOP 10.
The wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton may be the television event of the year, but there's been plenty of similarly great fictional weddings. Here are our top 10.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Blais' Foie Gras on ice, Lights Out, and Idol sets a piano on fire.
ABC's medical drama tries out a musical episode set over a life-and-death situation of one of its own. Now we need to see an ear doctor.
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Plus: A Grey's Anatomy original returns, the newest Battlestar finds its young Adama, and a pilot pickup that actually looks good.
Plus: Jack LaLanne has done his last one-armed pushup, Keith Olbermann has done his last MSNBC show, and Oprah's sister has done her last day of work.
Plus: Times are changin' for Jimmy Kimmel Live, Charlie has cast its first angel, and the latest project from Battlestar's creator moves forward.
Plus: Dr. Amber Tamblyn is out of House, a Prison Break star might join Spartacus, and what happened to your TV shows last night?
FROM QB1 TO DR. DREAMBOAT
The Off the Map star discusses MacGyvering medicine in the tropics and Matt Saracen's return to Friday Night Lights.
"Why wait?" said ABC, and gave full 2011-2012 seasons to its number-one comedy and five other series.
HERE ARE THE TOP 10 TV SHOWS THAT AUSSIE TV.COM USERS WATCHED LAST YEAR. VAMPIRES RATED HIGHLY, AS DID FORENSICS -- BUT WHAT WAS YOUR NUMBER ONE SHOW? LET'S COUNT THEM DOWN!
What were the top 10 TV shows watched by TV.com users in Australia last year?
Plus: 30 Rock is an HR nightmare, SpongeBob SquarePants absorbs more episodes, and Gordon Ramsay cooks up a heck of a story.
THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
Here at TV.com, we take our year-end list-making very seriously. After 365 days of watching TV, here's what we loved the most in 2010. (Vol. 7)
Plus: There will be a huge change in the next cycle of Survivor, and Modern Family's Claire has a new ex-BF.
TV'S BEST COMEDY
NBC's thriller is finding its place among so-bad-they're-good cult classics like Troll 2, Showgirls, and The Room.