Many series that bothered airing original episodes on Wednesday night saw the inevitable dips that come with the long Thanksgiving weekend — though CBS notched wins across the board with its new episodes.
The writing has been on the wall for some time, but Red Band Society is about to make an exit from Fox's schedule. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the low-rated hospital drama will not move past its initial order of 13 episodes — at least this season.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Fox's MasterChef is losing one of its key judges.
Joe Bastianich, who serves as a judge on both the flagship series and youth-oriented MasterChef Junior, will exit the series after the latter's third season. Producers are currently looking for a third judge to join Gordon Ramsay and Graham Elliot.
Dancing With the Stars wrapped a solid season on Tuesday night, winning primetime for ABC and hitting several notable highs in the process.
With an average 2.9 rating among adults 18-49, the series was up 21 percent from last year's fall finale. It also ranked as the highest-rated episode since September 2013. With an average 15.8 million viewers, DWTS pulled its biggest audience in just as long.
With five television series based on DC comic book series currently on the schedule — NBC’s Constantine, Fox’s Gotham as well as The CW’s Arrow, The Flash and midseason entry iZombie — and no less than 10 movies based on DC properties in the works during the next six years, DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns is a busy man.
There are hazards to playing a witch, as Meryl Streep learned on the set of Into the Woods.
Emily Blunt, who co-stars with Streep in the film, was a guest on the Late Show on Tuesday, where she told David Letterman that her quick reflexes during the musical's shoot saved the acting legend from serious injury.
"Meryl Streep's foot got caught in her cape, and we just started to watch her slowly topple headfirst toward the concrete floor," Blunt said.