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Grey's Anatomy Season 5 DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday.

  • The Big Bang Theory (Season 2)
  • Bonanza (Season 1, Vol. 1 & 2)
  • Crash (Season 1)
  • CSI: Miami (Season 7)
  • Doctor Who: The Next Doctor (2008 Christmas Special)
  • Dragon Ball (Season 1)
  • Fame (Season 1 & 2)
  • Fear Itself (Season 1)
  • Grey’s Anatomy (Season 5)
  • Heartland (Season 1, Part 1)
  • The IT Crowd (Season 3)
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Season 4)

Click to continue reading TV on DVD: September 15, 2009

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My Name is Earl

UPDATE: EW is reporting that Earl is gone for good.

If at first you don’t succeed (on NBC), try, try again (elsewhere).

Despite receiving a cancellation notice, Medium was revived by rival network CBS last month. The move - which will place the Patricia Arquette show right after Ghost Whisperer - is being considered a win for the program.

Now it’s looking like another NBC series might be given a second chance. According to sources, TBS is in early talks to pick up My Name is Earl. (The comedy was dumped by the Peacock after four seasons and five Emmys.) If all goes well, fans could possibly find 13 new episodes of the series on the cable network.

Reruns of Earl currently air on TBS.

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Incredible spellers or not, the competitors of this year’s National Spelling Bee couldn’t topple the showdown between Sex and Leonid on SYTYCD. The reality program helped FOX win another battle in the demos while CBS was on top with the viewers.

Kavya Shivashankar wins the National Spelling Bee8pm

  • * (9.6 million, 1.9/6 in 18-49) was up 2.2 million from last week.
  • (9.1 million, 3.6/11) had the best demos of the night.
  • Approximately 5.5 million watched Kavya Shivashankar win the Scripps National Spelling Bee (1.5/5) on ABC.
  • * (1.2/4) turned in 3.5 million; * (1.1/4) rounded up 3.1 million.
  • * (1.4 million, 0./2) remained even.

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: FOX and CBS Each Take Half

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FOX safely transitioned into the post-Idol period with the help of So You Think You Can Dance. Last night’s premiere gave the network wins with both the viewers and the demos.

So You Think You Can Dance's Napoleon Dumo8pm

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: SYTYCD Keeps FOX on Top

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America's Got Talent

Okay - so most of our favorite shows are gone now. But that doesn’t mean our summer has to completely suck.

Never got a chance to watch during the regular season? Here’s your chance to catch up! Like to see people embarrass themselves? Then might be the perfect summer treat! Missing both American Idol and Dancing with the Stars? Then is just the ticket for you!

Hopefully our detailed guide can assist you in the weeks to come.  We have compiled information from the five major networks and included the days, times and premiere dates for this season’s programs.

(NOTE: This schedule has been updated as of August 19. Don’t be surprised to see changes in the weeks to come.)

Click to continue reading 2009 Summer Television Schedule

Medium's Patricia Arquette

Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:


  • Criminal Minds (CBS) - Season 5
  • CSI (CBS) - Season 10
  • CSI: Miami (CBS) - Season 8
  • CSI: NY (CBS) - Season 6
  • Gary Unmarried (CBS) - Season 2
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS) - Season 5
  • Law & Order (NBC) - Season 20
  • The Mentalist (CBS) - Season 2
  • NCIS (CBS) - Season 7
  • The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS) - Season 5

Click to continue reading TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (5/19)

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Things may have looked grim for the characters of Grey’s Anatomy, but the show looked alive and well last night. The program - Thursday’s top performer - had its best demo performance in 3 months and its largest audience since last fall’s premiere. The weeper gave ABC wins in both the viewers and the 18-49ers yesterday.

Grey's Anatomy's Kevin McKidd8pm

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: Evening Not So Grey for ABC

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One week after facing a new Private Practice, Southland was put to another test. A repeat of Criminal Minds not only did better than the now-moved Harper’s Island, it attracted the most viewers in the 10:00 hour.

Joe Mantegna in Criminal Minds8pm

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: Criminal Evening for CBS

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After what seemed like months of repeats, ABC returned last night with (mostly) new episodes. The network took the 10:00 hour away from Southland and won the night’s demos. CBS, though, was first place with the viewers.

Private Practice's Amy Brenneman8pm

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: ABC, CBS Split Sweeps Start

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Although it’s still hard to say how Southland will do against an ABC original, the series held up remarkably well in its second week. Unfortunately, the same can’t entirely be said for Harper’s or Parks. The CBS mystery lost nearly 2 million in its second week while the comedy suffered a case of the post-Earl blues.

Parks and Recreations's Amy Poehler8pm

Click to continue reading Thursday Ratings: Parks Weakens Without Office

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