'The Bachelorette' finale down 15% from last year
“The Bachelorette” finale down 15% from last year
Meanwhile, "Running Wild With Bear Grylls” had the summer’s No. 2 reality debut after ABC’s “Rising Star."
“The Bachelorette’s” greatest moment: When runner-up Nick revealed he “made love” with Andi Dorfman?
As Kate Dries, the show never goes there when it comes to sex: "Call it televised heartbreak, call it televised slut-shaming, call it whatever you want, but to speak in Chris Harrison-approved superlatives, Monday evening's episode of The Bachelorette provoked more response than any moment on the show ever. And all because the contestants talked what they're not supposed to talk about: the sex stuff.” PLUS: Juan Pablo winner Nikki Ferrell blasts “The Bachelorette” producers on Twitter.
“Dancing’s” Mark Ballas & Derek Hough to star in “Mark & Derek’s Excellent Flip”
Their HGTV reality show will follow the dancers as they renovate houses and flip them for a profit.
“Sesame Street” may take legal action against Times Square Muppets
“Elmo” and “Cookie Monster” impersonators have been busted in recent years shoving pedestrians and going on anti-Semitic rants.
“Southland” sued for using a real autopsy photo in opening credits
The mother and sister of a man who was murdered claim the canceled police drama used their dead relative’s autopsy photo without permission.
Ron Livingston joins AMC’s “We Hate Paul Revere”
He’ll play the legendary Revolutionary War figure.
Check out Matt Lauer and Al Roker on “Sharknado 2”
"I'm really nervous about this,'' Roker says. "In fact, I'm downright scared."
“Arrow” casts Wildcat
J.R. Ramirez will play Ted “Wildcat” Grant, a member of the Justice Society for America.
Watch Bear Grylls help Zac Efron become a man in the wilderness
Check out the debut of NBC’s “Running Wild.”
“Revenge” adds a “black sheep” from “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
Elena Satine will recur next season as the daughter of a wealthy Southern family.
Inspired by Kim Kardashian, Stephen Colbert pitches his own iPhone game
Its name: “I’d Tap That.”
What if “Game of Thrones” stars Maisie Williams and Gwendoline Christie swapped heads?
Here’s what “Arya Stark” would look like if she were 6-foot-3.