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Scopin' The SoapsALL MY CHILDREN: With five years having passed in Pine Valley, David returned to avenge the death of someone he loved. Pete saw something that would have widespread repercussions. An ex-con learned who helped him. Jesse received big news. Cara feared...
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Staff writerThe season finales crop up with greater regularity as the May ratings period continues. What to expect this weekend: "The Amazing Race" names another winner in a two-hour season finale that starts at 8 p.m. Sunday on CBS. The hockey brothers seem the...
Staff writer"Survivor" remains a winner for CBS even as the series on Sunday crowned what host Jeff Probst called the most unlikely winner ever. The socially awkward Cochran, a fan of the show since he was a boy, won the title on "Survivor: Caramoan" and...
RedEyeThe first trailer for ABC's eagerly anticipated "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." shows kick-ass karate moves, a resurrected Agent Phil Coulson and his sports car, Lola. After a seven-second teaser went viral earlier Sunday, ABC aired the first full-...
Tags: Security, Clark Gregg, ABC (tv network), Ming-Na
Scopin' The SoapsALL MY CHILDREN: Jesse's worst nightmare was confirmed. Miranda's feelings caught Bianca by surprise, forcing her to consider her response. Celia was shocked by something she overheard. A person presumed to be dead was shown to be very much alive. Another...
Staff writerKristen Wiig's return to "Saturday Night Live" tops this weekend's highlights: 1. Wiig will host the NBC show that made her a star, and she automatically helps the writers because she can reprise many familiar characters. Will we see Gilly, Target Lady,...
Staff writerUPDATED: CBS' "60 Minutes" topped the national and local ratings Sunday night with a chilling two-part report on serial killer Charles Cullen. The news magazine drew 11.7 million viewers and helped put CBS on top in total viewers. The updated prime-time...
Boston Heraldand rewarded. Shocking deaths and other cliffhangers. It can only be May sweeps. Here's a look at what the commercial networks are serving up during this critical ratings period (running now through May 22). Series finales Even 30-year-old...
Staff writerThe highlights this weekend include a stellar cliffhanger on "The Good Wife," Carly Simon on "Family Guy" and a production of the Broadway classic "Carousel." Keep these programs in mind: 1. "The Good Wife" rolls to its season finale at 9 p.m....
Staff writerThe May ratings period, which starts today (Thursday), means the TV season is nearing its official end. A few highlights: 1. In recent years, "American Idol" named its winner on the season's last night. But this year "Idol" reveals its top singer...
Staff writerPrime time's greatest hit, "60 Minutes," was the most-watched show Sunday night in Central Florida. But the favorite of the 18-to-49 age group was TNT's coverage of an NBA playoff game between Miami and Milwaukee, according to early ratings. Miami won,...
Staff writerReality television takes another dive with "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" The E! series, debuting at 10 p.m. Sunday, presents the Olympic swimmer as a fun-loving guy who enjoys partying, fashion, women and making faces. The Port Orange man works hard in...
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