Check out photos of the special Medium Halloween episode "Bite Me" Season 6 Episode 6 airing Friday October 30 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: Allison (Patricia Arquette) has vivid nightmares that insert her into scenes from the classic horror film "Night of the Living Dead," which leave her with unexplained cuts and bite marks and possible clues that could lead her to a funeral director's murderer, on a special Halloween episode of Medium , Friday, Oct. 30, 2009 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & More Photos
Since the TV ratings for Friday nights generally don't fluctuate all that much (CBS dramas always win...), the only statistic that I really about is how well (or, more accurately, poorly) Dollhouse performed. So, for some slightly encouraging news, in its 3rd week, Dollhouse was actually slightly - wait for it - UP in the ratings! This week's episode had 2.2 million viewers (up from 2 million last Friday). Eliza Dushku thanks you via Twitter. Another piece of good news: DVR ratings for the first week of the show finally came in and the Dollhouse numbers increased by 50% upon adding on DVR viewers from the 7 days following its live airing. You can check out the rest of Friday night's ratings over at Zap2it . On Sunday, sports dominated the night with NBC's Sunday Night Football winning both the 9 and 10PM timeslots. However, CBS won the night overall with a strong performance from NFL coverage and 60 Minutes at 7, as well as their usual Sunday night lineup, including 13.1 million viewers tuning in for The Amazing Race . The ABC dramas and Fox's animated comedy lineup were both down slightly for the night. Check out all of Sunday's ratings over at Zap2it .
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Watch a sneak peek of Medium Season 6 Episode 2 "Who's That Girl" airing Friday October 2 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When Ariel begins acting erratically, Allison becomes troubled and suspects that her daughter might be possessed with the spirit of a murdered stripper who is seeking revenge on her killer, on Medium , Friday, Oct. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Watch a Preview of Medium Season 6 Episode 1 "Deja Vu All Over Again" airing Friday September 25 at 9pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: Allison and her family deal with the outcome of her brain surgery and its possible lasting effects. Also, a local television station owner asks Devalos and Scanlon to look into the possible stalking of his sportscaster, who is also his wife, on the season premiere of MEDIUM, Friday, Sept. 25 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
* Medium (9/8c CBS) The paranormal drama about creepy spirits, dark unknowns and a psychic soccer mom who sees dead people does some strange channeling: Canceled by NBC, the show now rematerializes on CBS, completing a ghostly night on the Eye network. ( Ghost Whisperer precedes the show.) In the Season 6 opener, Allison struggles through the aftermath of her brain surgery and its potential lasting impact on her life. This also being a crime drama, there's some bad-guy intrigue: A TV-station owner enlists Devalos and Scanlon to probe the purported stalking of his station's sportscaster - who also happens to be his wife. Natalie Zea and Pruitt Taylor Vince guest star. * Brothers (8/7c Fox) Former New York Giants great Michael Strahan leaves the gridiron for sitcom land and, as evidenced by tonight's enjoyable premiere, it's a smooth switch. So as not to have to stretch too far, he plays a former NFL star named Mike Trainor who moves back home with his parents and brother after his financial adviser does an end around and leaves him broke. In the premiere, Mike and a young lady have an overnight playdate at his parents' house, which Mom (CCH Pounder) considers a personal foul. * Dollhouse (9/8c Fox) The first season of Joss Whedon's twisted retake on The Prisoner opened with a proverbial thud, taking a good six episodes to lurch into gear. By the end, of course, it was a high-octane delight, ably balancing solid story-of-the-weeks with the show's overarching plot of Echo filling in her blank slate. The Season 2 premiere continues in that vein, with Echo engaged on an undercover mission for none other than Ballard that involves a not-so-nice businessman ( Battlestar Galactica 's Jamie Bamber). Amy Acker, meanwhile, shines as Dr. Saunders, who experiences something of an identity crisis due to rather unique circumstances of her origins. * The Prisoner (8/7c IFC) The imaginative, mesmerizing - and enigmatic - British cult classic from the late 1960s gets a reprieve on the Independent Film Channel. Series creator Patrick McGoohan stars as a government agent known only as No. 6 (he has no name) who resigns his job and is placed in an apparently serene locale called the Village, where escape is impossible and all identities are mysteries. Although critically acclaimed, the series only ran for 17 episodes. Two more of them will follow the premiere. * Law & Order (8/7c NBC) Ever timely, the durable crime drama kicks off its 20th season with a question raised in the post-Bush Administration era: Should lawyers who green-lit harsh interrogation tactics in the War on Terror face charges for legitimizing torture? The murder of a veteran puts the issue on trial, with McCoy and Cutter on opposing sides of the debate. If that isn't sensational enough for you, wait until you see the bombshell Lt. Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson) drops. * Ghost Whisperer (8/7c CBS) After seasons of watching people cross over to the other side, fans get to celebrate a birth on the Jennifer Love Hewitt drama series! In the fifth-season opener, Melinda's baby boy is born, and she discovers that her child, Aiden, has her gift. Source Here
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Watch a sneak peek of Medium Season 6 premiere episode airing Friday, September 25th (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The episode is titled "Deja Vu All Over Again". Episode Synopsis: Allison and her family deal with the outcome of her brain surgery and its possible lasting effects. Also, a local television station owner asks Devalos and Scanlon to look into the possible stalking of his sportscaster, who is also his wife, on the season premiere of MEDIUM, Friday, Sept. 25 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source & More Pics
Check out the first pictures of Sofia Vassilieva all bloodied up on the Medium Season 6 episode 2 airing October 3 on the CBS Television Network. The episode titled "Who's That Girl" has Allison suspecting that Ariel (Sofia Vassilieva) is possessed by the spirit of a murdered stripper who is seeking revenge on her killer. This is by far one of the best Medium pictures ever. I can't wait to watch the episode. I always expect great storylines from the show and I don't think I will be dissapointed this year. Plus Sofia Vassilieva is a talented actress who has it in her to pull a brilliant performance. In the meantime, Check out another picture of Sofia Vassilieva in that same episode. This time, she is way less bloody. Source Here
Just out today, check out the first pictures of Medium Season 6 premiere episode airing Friday, September 25th (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The episode titled "Deja Vu All Over Again" has Allison (Patricia Arquette) and her family dealing with the aftermath of her brain surgery. I have to say that I was in a bit of shock to see both Patricia Arquette and her TV daughter Sofia Vassilieva with short hair. I guess I like it but I am not sure. What do you guys think? To see More Pictures Click here .