Not since “Grey’s Anatomy” in 2005 has a television drama reached so many people for the last episode of its premiere season, Nielsen said. Last week’s two-hour finale drew an average of 16.7 million total viewers.
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James Corden began his foray as the “Late Late Show” host with a schoolboy’s giggle and a bid to endear himself to viewers as a nice English bloke looking for a little American TV love. Guests Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis joined the cause Monday, with videotaped cameos from celebrities including Meryl Streep, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jay Leno.
A&E’s “Neighbors With Benefits,” a series that debuted Sunday night, opens with a truly hilarious scene. The camera reveals a sunny, idyllic neighborhood with a couple holding hands. There’s a shot of an American flag, a church and then a bunch of crosses. Someone actually yells, “Hidey ho, neighbor!”
“Mad Men” fans can now take a selfie with Don Draper, thanks to a bench unveiled Monday featuring the fictional adman’s silhouette. Jon Hamm, the actor who plays Draper, posed for photos on the bench outside the Time & Life Building at 1271 Avenue of the Americas in midtown Manhattan. He appeared with other cast members, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery and Elisabeth Moss, along with the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner.
Authorities have charged a North Carolina man with first-degree murder in the deaths of Cristie Schoen Codd, a former contestant from the TV show “Food Network Star,” her husband and their unborn child.
“Dancing With the Stars,” once the most popular show in the country, has slipped over recent years – and it’s trying to regain some street cred in Season 20 (seriously, SEASON 20) with a special 10-year anniversary season. It’s got fancy opening credits and a golden Mirror Ball Trophy and, if you can believe it, even more sparkles.
“Community” is the latest example of how the ever expanding world of TV viewing is giving second and third lives to programs. The second life for “Community” comes via Yahoo and will begin to unfold Tuesday.
While announcing on Thursday that next season's "Downton Abbey" will be its last, executive producer Gareth Neame declined to say who among the Crawley clan and staff will survive until the series' final fade-out.
Arizona Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton has been placed on a leave of absence by the team after being involved in a disturbance at the casino in Buffalo while in town for Thursday night's game against the Sabres.