Survivor introduces its tenth twist of the season this week: tribal swap! The new configurations put alliances to the test, and we learn some valuable lessons on information sharing and trust.
Still here. Get used to it.
NBC squeaked out a ratings win Tuesday, riding on the strength of The Voice. CBS’s procedural blockade dominated the night in audience size.
On this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser, Dr. H pays a visit, the teams face their first challenge, and only one person on each team will count at the weigh-in. Let’s look at this week’s numbers.
The one-two punch of The Voice and The Blacklist gave NBC a solid victory Monday night. The CW’s lineup also made a recovery from a rough start to its season.
Stephen struggles to master his new powers as he gets sent on his first case with ULTRA. But the Tomorrow People also have an interest in finding the target of the investigation.
At the halfway point / Dancers have to improvise / Who’s out at Week 6?
So much action on this week’s All of Them that it can barely be contained in one episode!
Peyton Manning’s homecoming/trouncing lead the ratings Sunday night. Fox took the night off while CBS and ABC slid against the stiff competition.
I would have written the teaser text in Middle English, but I don’t have that font on my computer.
It got tons of viewers, renewed for a second season by episode 3, has a handsome British guy and a couple of pantheon-level deliverers of good TV dialogue, and is from some of the guys who made Fringe. So what’s not to like?