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Preview of 'Lost' 6.04: The Substitute

February 10, 2010 07:42:19 GMT


"Lost" gave a brief preview of next week's episode "The Substitute", emphasizing on the return of Locke. There is hardly any new footage which have not been included in the season's promo other than Locke appearing before Sawyer and promising to tell him everything he knows. The episode airs on Tuesday, February 16.

On another news, "Lost" posted a strong number despite a busy television week dominated by Super Bowl XLIV. The final season premiere on Tuesday, February 2 finished with 12.1 million viewers according to Nielsen's data. It consequently becomes the best performance by "Lost" in the last two years. In its 2009 debut, it had 6 percent less viewers.

'American Idol' Hollywood Round Part 1

February 10, 2010 06:53:51 GMT


A total of 95 people successfully went through in the first Hollywood Round on "American Idol". On Tuesday, February 9 night Ellen DeGeneres made her debut selecting those whom Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi, Randy Jackson and celebrity guest judges gave a second chance at the audition tour.

The 95 people chosen to enter the group round were selected from 181 hopefuls. They were grouped into eight and they got to choose to bring instrument or a capella. This bunch included Andrew Garcia, a father who wants to make a change for his son. Garcia brought a rendition of Paula Abdul's "Straight Up" with his guitar and amazed everybody in the theater. Kara called it "genius", saying that Paula would be clapping and shouting when she heard that rendition. He went through along with worship pastor Tasha Leighton.

Melanie Brown Offers Herself to Be 'The X Factor' Judge

February 10, 2010 06:21:40 GMT


Melanie Brown has offered her services as a judge on Simon Cowell's U.S. version of "The X factor" - following a recommendation from the British show's panelist Dannii Minogue. Cowell is quitting "American Idol" in 2011 to concentrate on bringing his hit U.K. talent contest to the U.S., and is currently on the hunt for judges to make up the rest of the four-person panel.

The music mogul is reportedly trying to persuade Brit judge Cheryl Cole to follow him Stateside, and former Spice Girls Brown wants to be considered for a seat beside the pair.

'Bachelor' Jake Blogs About Ali's Departure


February 10, 2010 04:24:52 GMT


Jake Pavelka has come forward to address the heartbreaking situation when Ali decided to leave "The Bachelor" to pursue her career. The commercial pilot said that he was so hurt when Ali made the decision that it felt like Mike Tyson gave him a jab on the jaw.

In his blog posted by People, Jake gave a rundown of how the hometown visits made him feel good and how going back to L.A. was upsetting. "After visiting all the families, I felt really good about where I was in this journey. Then I got back to L.A. and the bottom dropped out. My heart crumbled when she told me her boss demanded her back at work. I didn't actually think she would leave me. We talked about it for three hours that night while the poor women at the rose ceremony just waited."

Webclip of 'Vampire Diaries' Episode 'Fool Me Once'


February 10, 2010 04:00:14 GMT


A scene is clipped from the upcoming episode of "The Vampire Diaries", presenting Damon and Stefan discussing about Elena's kidnapping. Stefan pleads to her brother if he knows anything about Anna's plan but Damon answers that he honestly hopes that Elena dies.

"Fool Me Once" airs on Thursday, February 11 as the last chapter of the Tomb story. Executive producer Julie Plec said, "That tomb gets opened and there are vampires in that tomb. And some crazy stuff goes out of that tomb. A lot of big bad things are revealed as a result of that tomb being opened. And there's a very tragic outcome."

'One Tree Hill' and 'Melrose Place' May Get Canceled


February 10, 2010 03:01:46 GMT


The CW has begun separating which shows will be back for another season and which are not. "One Tree Hill" and "Melrose Place" are unfortunately found among the uncertain pile since the execs are not exactly pleased with their ratings.

Spoiler TV is running a story that the network is ready to renew "Gossip Girl", "Smallville", "Supernatural", "The Vampire Diaries", "90210" and "America's Next Top Model". The official announcement of the pick-up reportedly will be made next month.

Drew Barrymore to Revive 'Charlie's Angels' for TV

February 09, 2010 09:23:36 GMT


Drew Barrymore is giving wings to "Charlie's Angels" - the actress is making plans to bring the hit TV series back to the small screen. Barrymore has produced and starred in two film adaptations of the 1970s show - and now she's breathing new life into the franchise, which launched Farrah Fawcett's career, by reviving it for TV.

Barrymore is currently scouting a new trio of sexy crimefighters and insists they must be "incredibly capable, but not take themselves too seriously. That's a tough combination to find." Meanwhile filmmaker McG, who directed Barrymore in her Angels films, will serve as consultant on the project - and is aiming to diversify the team of secret agents.

Teaser of 'Gossip Girl' March Return

February 09, 2010 08:13:04 GMT


"Gossip Girl" won't be back until March 8 but a few glimpses into the second half of the third season have been compiled in a new teaser. Among the highlights of the episode called "Jenny, Full of Grace" is the fact that Jenny would like to try losing her virginity and Serena is there to give her some advice.

Kevin Zegers has been cast since last year to be the bad-boy who would complicate Jenny's life. From the look of the teaser, Zeger's Damien will create quite a scene during a party where he throws a punch at Chuck. Also, Rufus is very much against the relationship mainly due to Damien's involvement with drugs.

'One Tree Hill' 7.17 Preview: At the Bottom of Everything


February 09, 2010 06:55:43 GMT


Next week on "One Tree Hill", Nathan tries to help Haley and Jamie confront Lydia's (guest star Bess Armstrong) seemingly hopeless situation. Brooke and Julian navigate their volatile relationship in the midst of a hectic movie shoot.

Meanwhile, Clay and Quinn spend some time apart, and Miranda (guest star India de Beaufort) tries to prove to Grubbs (guest star Michael Grubbs of the band Wakey!Wakey!) that she's the right person to produce his album.

Super Bowl XLIV Scores TV Rating History

February 09, 2010 04:41:33 GMT


Boosted by a performance from Carrie Underwood and the numerous TV spots, Super Bowl XLIV posted a very strong number on Sunday, February 7. Nielsen has scanned over 106.5 millions of people watched New Orleans Saints defeating Indianapolis Colts in the Miami showdown. It was the largest audience for a single broadcast in U.S. TV history.

With the number, Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday night beats last year's broadcast of Pittsburgh Steelers vs Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl by 7.8 million in difference. But more importantly, it snatches the record of the most watched broadcast in U.S. TV history from the 1983 series finale of "M*A*S*H" (106 million).

Matthew Fox Was Not Set to Be a 'Lost' Regular

February 09, 2010 04:07:30 GMT


Matthew Fox was never intended to be a "Lost" regular - producers of the hit TV show planned to kill off his character in the second episode. The actor has become a familiar face on TV screens over the last few years, playing Dr. Jack Shephard in six seasons of the mystery drama.

But Fox admits the show's creators originally had very different plans for his character. He says, "Damon Lindelof and J.J. Abrams thought it would be cool to set Jack up as the hero, and then kill him off in the second episode. But various people told them they thought this would be a bad idea."

'The Bachelor': Ali Backs Out for Career


February 09, 2010 03:47:13 GMT


It was a hometown visit week on "The Bachelor" and one woman voluntarily left the show although her family loved Jake Pavelka. Ali, the 25-year-old advertising account manager from Williamstown, MA chose her career over Jake, leaving the show before the rose ceremony took place.

Ali first came to Jake's hotel room in Los Angeles, telling him that she had a difficult decision to make and was hoping that he would help her. "I can say we have something really special," Jake said to her. "Life is about minimizing your regrets. You just have to weigh which one is going to be a bigger regret. ...Selfishly, you know, I would say, you know, stay here and take a chance on me. But, I can't, right now, guarantee you I'm going to put a ring on your finger."

First Trailer of 'United States of Tara' Season 2

February 09, 2010 02:52:14 GMT


The trailer to the second season of "United States of Tara" has been released. Attached by only a few new scenes and topped off with some from the first season, the trailer aims to emphasize on its good reviews and award winning history.

Toni Collette won Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical at the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards, snubbing Courteney Cox of "Cougar Town", Edie Falco of "Nurse Jackie", Tina Fey of "30 Rock", and Lea Michele of "Glee". "Gee thank you so much. This is a real pleasure," Collette said in her acceptance speech. "The last time I came here 15 years ago I was on the loo and missed my whole category."

Boy George's Life to Be Turned Into TV Drama

February 08, 2010 09:49:36 GMT


Boy George's story is coming to the small screen - the BBC is turning the Culture Club frontman's colorful life into a TV drama. The one-off special will revisit the singer's career from club cloakroom attendant to 1980s gender-bending icon.

Two supporting cast members have already signed up for the project, "Worried About the Boy" - British actor Mat Horne will play Culture Club drummer Jon Moss, an alleged former lover of the singer - real name George O'Dowd, while Green Street Hooligans star Marc Warren will take on the role of scene trend setter Steve Strange.

'Friday Night Lights' Zach Gilford Booked for 'Matadors'


February 08, 2010 06:57:41 GMT


Zach Gilford is revealed to be jumping on board ABC's hour-long drama pilot "Matadors". The "Friday Night Lights" actor is going to play the leading male named Alex Galloway, according to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello.

[Spoiler alert!] The TV series revolves around two rival Chicago-based families, one in the DA's office and another in a high-powered law firm. Zach's character is Romeo of this modern-day "Romeo & Juliet" story.
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