Every May, television goes out with a bang. The next few weeks are packed with season finales, which means cliffhangers, sexual escapades, and guest stars galore. Tonight two shows sign off for the season: Fox's Fringe and NBC's The Biggest Loser. Here's your guide.
It's time for an awesome month of TV finales! Check out the full finale schedule, vote in fun polls, and share with your Facebook friends!
For the week of April 6-April 12: Premieres. premieres, premieres. Southland, Parks & Recreation, and Harper's Island highlight the debuts this week. Check out clips of all of them on TV.com to see which is worth your while!
Fox, the reigning king of reality television thanks to American Idol, probably looked at the recent success of ABC's The Bachelor and NBC's The Biggest Loser and decided it wanted in on some of that action. How to do that? Well, just fuse the two, duh.
Those who weren't chugging Guinness, kissing people because they were Irish, or puking green beer up in a back alley while chasing leprechauns last night probably had their eyes glued to one of three reality television options. It was reality ThunderDome: three shows enter, one show leaves!
Just how important is American Idol to Fox's numbers? Consider this--just a month ago, Fox ranked fourth in the season-long battle over the coveted 18-49-year-old demographic that advertisers drool over. Now, Fox has jumped out to first place after only a few weeks with its prized possession American Idol, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
President Barack Obama (sounds a lot better than 'President-Elect' doesn't it?) has only been in office one day and he's already faced a monumental challenge: Simon Cowell. The prez's Inauguration Ball aired at the same time as American Idol last night, and the winner in the ratings race was…
NCIS may be six years old, but it's got the legs of a spring chicken, dag-gonnit. While most shows taper off in their golden years (yes, six years is practically ancient in this business), NCIS is enjoying its best season by far, as evidenced by its series-high 19.86 million viewers last night.
As fall's new shows begin to feel stale, a whole new group of series step in to make the airwaves shine again! Check out our schedule of 2009 midseason replacements, complete with video previews and more!