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This Week on TV (12/28-1/3)

Michelle Obama on Iron Chef America

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MONDAY (12/28)
  • Dog Whisperer (Nat. Geographic, 8pm):  “Cesar goes Down Under to help some Aussies tame their problem pooches.” Dingoes aren’t the only things babies should be worried about.
  • Hoarders (A&E, 10pm):  “A woman who lost custody of her son because of her hoarding also risks losing her two daughters.” Well, that would help lighten her load a bit.
  • Men of a Certain Age (TNT, 10pm):  “Joe opts to dine with his bookie instead of attending a function.” He wanted to talks odds over the 2-for-1 special.

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Wednesday Ratings: FOX Outdanced by CBS

The two-hour season finale of So You Think You Can Dance couldn’t compete with CBS’ strong Wednesday lineup. The dance program did, though, outperform NBC’s own reality program.

So You Think You Can Dance's Russell Ferguson8pm

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This Week on TV (12/14-12/20)


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MONDAY (12/14)
  • The Sing-Off (NBC, 8pm):  Series premiere. “A cappella groups from around the country perform in the first round of this competition series hosted by .” Those who have no groups, host.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm):  “Charlie teaches Jake the tricks of infidelity while his girlfriend is away for the holidays.”  Tip #1: Ask your mistress to take your name off her phone. Tell her to just have it as a number on the voicemail.
  • Chef Academy (Bravo, 10pm):  “Chef Novelli’s enrollees get to the root of cooking vegetarian meals. As one particular student begins to annoy the others, the aspiring chefs forge alliances.” Spoiler: The episode will end with a carrot in someone’s back.

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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (11/11)

Dollhouse

Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:

 

CANCELLATIONS
  • Dollhouse (FOX) - All 13 episodes will make it to air.
  • Eastwick (ABC) - All 13 episodes will make it to air.
  • Hank (ABC) - Already pulled from schedule.

 

EXTENSIONS
  • The Forgotten (ABC) - Five more episodes ordered

 

RENEWALS
  • She’s Got the Look (TV Land) - Season 3
  • Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List (Bravo) - Season 6

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Wednesday Ratings: A Win-Win for New York and FOX

Last night’s baseball game ended in a victory for both the New York Yankees and the network. Wednesday’s finale helped bring the overall series average to 19.4 million viewers.

Cougar Town's Ian Gomez and Courteney Cox8pm

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Wednesday Ratings: World Series a Grand Slam for FOX

Game 1 of the World Series was easily a knockout for FOX—but it also did well for ABC. Although it was a distant second in the viewers, the Alphabet network saw its audience numbers go up thanks to original counterprogramming.

World Series 2009 Game 18pm

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Wednesday Ratings: Criminal Minds Still Packs Punch

Despite competition from two buzzworthy shows (Modern Family, Glee) and an NBC vet (SVU), Criminal Minds remains strong. The drama helped CBS win with the viewers and tie FOX in the demos last night.

Criminal Minds' Joe Mategna8pm

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Wednesday Ratings: Modern Family a Modern Hit

FOX isn’t the only network that should be feeling gleeful. ABC’s freshman series, Modern Family, was only ranked behind CBS’ two dramas for the most viewers last night. The comedy also tied Criminal Minds for the evening’s best demos.

Shelley Long on Modern Family8pm

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This Week on TV (9/21-9/27)

Dancing with the Stars' Cheryl Burke and Tom DeLay

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MONDAY (9/21)

Season premieres: Accidentally on Purpose, The Big Bang Theory, Castle, CSI: Miami, Dancing with the Stars, Heroes, House, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men

  • House (FOX, 8pm):  “Season 6 begins with House as a detoxing patient at a mental hospital. He concocts an escape plan aided by his roommate and a visitor named Lydia (Franka Potente).” Run House Run!
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8pm):  “The friends discover that Robin and Barney are secretly a couple.” He couldn’t stop talking aboot the girl he hooked up with last night.
  • Dancing with the Stars 9 (ABC, 8pm):  The opener begins with 16 celebrities including Lindsay Lohan’s ex (Aaron Carter), Shannen Doherty’s ex (Ashley Hamilton) and the ex-House Majority Leader (Tom DeLay). At least one of these guys has been disgraced.

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