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This Week on TV (12/29-1/4)

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MONDAY 12/29)
  • Seven Deadly Sins (History, 9pm):  “The sin of lust is examined in the opener of a seven-part series exploring the seven capital vices, including their origin in religious teaching and history’s worst perpetrators.” In case you needed some help thinking of a good resolution.
  • Bromance (MTV, 9pm):  Series premiere. “Brody Jenner is introduced to nine guys who will be competing to be part of his entourage.” Finding someone less annoying than shouldn’t be too hard.
  • The City (MTV, 10pm)::  Series premiere. “Whitney Port arrives in New York City and begins working for iconic fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.” And by “working,” we mean she’ll be giving Diane free publicity.
  • 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs (VH1, 10pm):  “A five-part countdown of the Top 100 hard rock songs begins.” On VH1, Daughtry is considered hard rock.

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Wednesday Ratings: America’s Got Talent Wins Night

Facing very little competition, America’s Got Talent walked away with another easy victory last night. The show, once again, gave NBC another win with the viewers and the demos.

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Wednesday Ratings: Criminal Minds Has a Strong Showing

Last night, Criminal Minds delivered impressive numbers despite being in repeats. Unfortunately, the drama couldn’t help CBS take down FOX. The first half of the SYTYCD finale gave its network wins in the demos and the viewers.

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Wednesday Ratings: Greatest American Dog Rolls Over

CBS’ decision to bring Greatest American Dog to Wednesdays didn’t do much for the network. That said, an early repeat of SYTYCD allowed CBS to take a rare win in the viewers. Meanwhile, the demos still belonged to FOX.

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Wednesday Ratings: Viewers Tap Their Toes to FOX

Try as they might, no competitor could take down FOX. Last night, SYTYCD once again helped its network take wins in both categories.

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Wednesday Ratings: Celebrity Circus Ends Quietly

Viewers didn’t seem particularly interested about last night’s Celebrity Circus finale. They did, though, care about the Top Ten contestants on SYTYCD. The dancing competition once again helped FOX win both the demos and the viewers.

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Wednesday Ratings: SYTYCD Remains Strong

Wednesday night’s ratings landscape showed very little change this week. The three main reality programs (Baby Borrowers, Celebrity Circus and So You Think You Can Dance) were all steady with their previous numbers. This gave FOX another win in both categories.

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Wednesday Ratings: FOX Reality Wins Again

NBC’s Baby Borrowers did a good job keeping the viewers’ interest. The parenting show helped the Peacock network place second with the 18-49 set. Meanwhile, FOX was tops in both the viewers and the demos.

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This Week on TV (5/19-5/25)

So You Think You Can Dance, Sabra and Neil

(You can view TV Envy’s Summer Television Programming Schedule here.)

 

MONDAY (5/19)

Tonight’s Finales: The Big Bang Theory, Bones, CSI: Miami, Gossip Girl, How I Met Your Mother, One Tree Hill, Paradise Hotel 2, Rules of Engagement, Two and a Half Men

  • Gossip Girl (CW, 8pm):  “Blair comes to Serena’s defense and faces off with Georgina.” Well, I don’t think this is a fair fight at all. Georgina’s got mad Buffy skills!
  • Dancing with the Stars (ABC, 8pm):  Will it come down to the Olympic gold medalist, NFL’s Man of the Year or the Chilean actor? Never underestimate a man who telenovela fans supporting him.
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8:30pm):  “Ted has an accident, and his close call with death finds him reevaluating his life and his relationship with Stella.” Yeah, I have no idea how he’s going to share her with either.
  • The Bachelorette (ABC, 9pm):  Season premiere. “DeAnna Pappas, the finalist who was spurned in 2007 by Brad Womack, is now dispensing the roses herself.” Why would anyone want to win if losing meant headlining your own show?

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Wednesday Ratings:  Viewers Say Goodbye to Jesse L. Martin

Det. Ed Green’s exit on Law & Order gave NBC some nice numbers.  Yesterday’s second most-watched show helped place its network in second place.

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