Ozzy pouts, Brandon hunts and shuffleboard determines elimination
The judges cut the field down to the Top 16
"The X Factor," FOX's favorite Wednesday, Thursday, sometimes Sunday and sometimes Tuesday drama is back. On tonight's episode, we're going to see lots and lots and lots of clips from earlier episodes, but we may also learn the identity of the season's Top 16.
Click through for all of the live-blogging excitement!
Dan and Alan review 'Boss,' 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Man Up' and more
The teams head to Phuket and face a difficult Detour
More performances from France, Malibu, The Hamptons and Santa Barbara
FOX really isn't making it easy to keep up with the schedule for "The X Factor." Sunday (October 16) night's episode is the episode that was really supposed to air on Thursday, except that Thursday's episode was really Wednesday's episode due to playoff baseball. But you know how "X Factor" really airs on Wednesdays and Thursdays? Well, this week it'll air on Tuesday, because the World Series is airing on Wednesday and Thursday.
Does that all make sense? Don't worry. Expect oodles of reminders during Sunday's episode, which'll be live-blogged after the break...
Straight-talking mortician has more to say about Benjamin and his alliance
Rihanna and other surprise mentors join our judges
It's Thursday (October 13) night, but it's time to settle in for Wednesday night's episode of FOX's "The X Factor," an introduction to the Judges' House round of mentorship. Simon Cowell has great sway at FOX, but he isn't powerful enough to stop the rain or to prevent weather-based preemptions in the American League Championship Series.
So let's get down to business and maybe we'll see all the fun ways in which "The X Factor" is different from "The Voice"... Click through for the full live-blog.
Pig-eating, herpes-joking and blindsiding on 'Survivor'
The Vegas Girls talk Twitter, clue-reading and their brief 'Race' run
ABC decides to target men with a dreadful new Tim Allen sitcom
ABC, a network with no actual interest in male viewers, is launching what might generously be called "The Lamentation of the 21st Century Male, A Symphony in Three Quickly Cancelled Movements."