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VIDEO: See Metrodome Roof Collapse from Inside Stadium

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Sports, FOX, Video,

Want to know why you didn't get to see the Minnesota Vikings play the New York Giants today? Here's the reason.

The Minneapolis area was hit with over 17 inches of snow, and the city's stadium -- which opened in 1982 -- felt the impact.

When leaks started forming on Saturday (apparently not an unusual event for the structure), the FOX Sports crew decided to leave their cameras rolling. Based on the great footage, their efforts definitely paid off.

The game will now be played Monday night at 7 p.m. ET in Detroit's Ford Field.

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TV Talk: High Interest in Law & Order: LA, Low Numbers for HBO

Law & Order: Los Angeles-Which new shows are you looking forward to checking out? According to a TiVo poll, Law & Order: Los Angeles and Hawaii Five-0 are the most-anticipated programs of the upcoming season.

-When is an Oscar nominee not considered “famous enough”? When her name is Carey Mulligan. The Wall Street 2 star says she would love to be in Glee, but she’s apparently not recognizable enough for a cameo.

-Has HBO lost some of its appeal? Despite shows like True Blood, Entourage and Hung, the cable channel’s second quarter audience numbers were the lowest in four years. New series Boardwalk Empire begins this Sunday.

-Sunday Night Football, though, is doing just fine for NBC. This weekend’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins scored the best overnight ratings for any opener—on a Sunday or Monday—in 13 years.

Sunday Ratings: Super Bowl, Undercover Boss Break TV Records

Drew Brees after Super Bowl XLIV

The score may have been close for most of , but the game’s ratings were the best thing on TV…by far.

Last night’s battle between the Indianapolis Colts at the New Orleans Saints had 106.48 million Bud Light-swilling, Doritos-chomping sports fans glued to their TV sets. That number represents the largest viewing audience for any event in U.S. television history.

The previous record was established by the series finale of M*A*S*H. That 1983 event totaled a whopping 105.97 viewers.

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This Week on TV (2/1-2/7)

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MONDAY (2/1)
  • CSI: Miami (CBS, 10pm):  “A convicted killer () on death row receives a 24-hour stay of execution after doubt is cast on his guilt.” New evidence suggests he may have been given that girl’s underpants.
  • Hoarders (A&E, 10pm):  “A firefighter whose home overflows with his possessions.” That’s just a fire waiting to happen! Oh -  maybe that’s the point.
  • Damages (FX, 10pm):  “Patty and Phil, locked in their bitter divorce battle, find one piece of common ground: their dog.” Phil - if you love the dog, just give it to her. Trust me.

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Sunday Ratings: Close Game Scores Touchdown for FOX

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Prime Time, Sports, FOX, Ratings,

NFC Championship Game 2010The gridiron action between the New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings was just about the only thing people were dialing in to watch last night. (Repeats offered by the competitors helped paved the way.)

Yesterday’s tight game brought in a whopping 57.9 million viewers, a record for any NFC Championship Game ever held on FOX.

The Saints’ defeat over Brett Favre - which pulled in a 21.3 rating with the 18-49s - was also the most-watched event of the season.

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Sunday Ratings: Eagles Sack the President

As nice as Christmas must be in the White House, the action is clearly on the gridiron. Despite cheerful numbers for Oprah’s primetime special, the game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants was easily the night’s top contender.

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Complete Guide to Thanksgiving Day TV

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Comedy, Daytime, Drama, Prime Time, Specials, ABC, Cable, CBS, NBC,

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Your belly’s full, you’ve got the day off work and all you want to do is sit. If you’re doing it anyway, you might as well be in front of the TV, right? A lot of networks are nodding to the holiday - so give thanks for having plenty of options for your viewing pleasure this year.

Decide what you’ll tune into with your complete guide to Thanksgiving Day TV, to be revealed after the jump.

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Thursday Ratings: Vampire Diaries Does Bloody Well

Last night, The Vampire Diaries managed to do what Melrose Place didn’t: make waves for CW. Approximately 4.8 million tuned in making it the most-watched series debut in the network’s history. (90210 was the previous record-holder.) Of course, the celebration probably won’t last long. The competition in the 8:00 hour will start heating up next week.

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  • NBC’s football coverage averaged 17.8 million (7.0/20 in 18-49) over the evening.
  • Big Brother (2.6/8) racked up 7.6 million.
  • The Vampire Diaries (2.1/6) had 4.8 million sucked in.
  • Bones* (1.2/4) dug up 4.3 million.
  • Grey’s Anatomy* (1.1/3) gathered 4 million.

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Friday Ratings: Cancer Takes a Back Seat to 5th Graders

Despite being a star-studded, newsworthy event, the Stand Up 2 Cancer special wound up falling behind an episode of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?. Thanks to split coverage between ABC, NBC and CBS, FOX was easily Friday night’s winner in both categories.

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Thursday Ratings: CBS Splits Evening with FOX

Last night, Big Brother showed surprising strength given its age. (Then again, the fall season really hasn’t kicked in.) The reality show coupled with the always reliable CSI gave CBS a win with the viewers. Meanwhile, a new episode of The Moment of Truth helped FOX with the demos.

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