Below are some promotional photos from next week's episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. It's called "Missing," and from the title alone, you can guess what it's about. What you might not guess? The team rushes to a crime scene after receiving an "agent needs assistance" page and learns that it's one of their own who is in peril. Source & More Photos
NCIS: Los Angeles has just picked up for a second season - and with that vote of confidence from CBS, the freshman procedural is ready to elevate its game. That's according to executive producer Shane Brennan. âIt has a very, very good pedigree,â jokes Brennan of the NCIS spinoff, before adding âEveryoneâs fear was that NCIS: LA would be just a clone, and itâs not.â To date, NCIS: Los Angeles has regularly retained a massive portion of NCIS' lead-in audience, averaging 17 million total viewers. Even opposite American Idolâs season premiere last week, Chris OâDonnell, LL Cool J and company drew nearly 16 million. Now that it has established a distinct cast and rhythm from the original and gained a following, NCIS: Los Angeles is ready to provide us with bigger twists. To Read More Click Here .
NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife have both been renewed for second seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The two dramas are the first CBS prime-time programs to be picked up for the 2010-11 season. "Two great new series, fronted by talented stars on one big night of television," said Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment. "We're proud of these shows and what they've accomplished on Tuesday night." NCIS: Los Angeles, a spin-off of top-rated NCIS, is the No. 1 new program of the season with an average of 16.8 million viewers and a rating of 3.8 in the 18-to-49 demo. The Good Wife attracts an average of 13.7 million viewers and a 3.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. Are you excited to see more NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife? Source Here
You'll never believe this, but American Idol dominated the ratings game last night. Truly shocking, we know... 8 p.m. American Idol: 27.9 million viewers NCIS: 20.7 million The Biggest Loser: 7.9 million Scrubs rerun: 2.5 million/Better Off Ted: 2.2 million 90210 rerun: 770,000 9 p.m. American Idol: 31.7 million NCIS: Los Angeles: 15.5 million The Biggest Loser: 8.3 million Scrubs: 2.7 million/Better Off Ted: 2.5 million Melrose Place rerun: 688,000 10 p.m.' The Good Wife: 13.8 million The Jay Leno Show: 6.2 million The Forgotten: 4.4 million Source Here
It's that time of year again, Reelers... yes, that's right... for better or worse, it's American Idol season! If you're a fan, don't forget to tune in Tuesdays and Wednesdays as Idol takes over your TV schedule as usual, but if you're not a fan, there's still plenty to watch! Check out what's new tonight: 8/7c American Idol on Fox The Biggest Loser on NBC NCIS on CBS 8:30/7:30c Better Off Ted on ABC 9/8c Scrubs on ABC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS 9:30/8:30c Better Off Ted on ABC 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC The Forgotten (TV) on ABC The Good Wife on CBS Southland on TNT (Reairing Season 1) Teen Mom on MTV 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
The Season 3 premiere of Chuck pulled its highest ratings since its 3-D episode following the 2009 Super Bowl. Chuck averaged 7.5 million viewers over the two one-hour episodes, a 21 percent increase over Season 2's average. Aside from the 3-D episode, no hour of Chuck has performed as well since 2007. The overrun of the Green Bay Packers-Arizona Cardinals playoff game helped Fox win the night overall. The network averaged 20.4 million viewers throughout the night. The biggest beneficiary was The Simpsons; the 450th episode and 20th anniversary special performed very well. Official numbers were skewed by the football spillover, but the anniversary special drew roughly 12 million viewers, the largest audience for the show since it aired after the Super Bowl in 2005. The Cleveland Show (8.5 million viewers) was also up. ABC placed second for the night, with Extreme Makeover: Home Edition pulling in 10.6 million viewers and Desperate Housewives drawing 14 million viewers. Brothers & Sisters slipped 8 percent in the adults 18-to-49 demographic and drew 10.5 million viewers. CBS bookended its night with repeats of NCIS: Los Angeles (7 million viewers) and Criminal Minds (9.4 million viewers) while a new episode of Cold Case at 9/8c drew 10.2 million viewers. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Past Lives" Episode 12 airing Tuesday January 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The murder of a recently released convict forces Callen to go undercover solo as an old alias, while Sam and the LA team track him from a distance, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Jan. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
It was almost too easy for CBS last night. The network aired three new episodes of three of its most highly-rated dramas, while most other networks took yet another night off from fresh programming. We run down the ratings below... 8 p.m. NCIS : 21.3 million viewers The Biggest Loser : Couples: 11 million Orange Bowl: 8.9 million Scrubs : 3.9 million/Better Off Ted: 3 million 90210 rerun: 948,000 9 p.m. NCIS: Los Angeles (pictured): 18 million The Biggest Loser : 12.4 million Orange Bowl: 10.6 million Scrubs : 3 million/Better Off Ted: 2.6 million Melrose Place (2009) rerun: 781,000 10 p.m. The Good Wife : 13.8 million The Jay Leno Show : 6.4 million The Forgotten (TV) : 4.4 million Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Breach" Episode 11 airing Tuesday January 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The death of a Petty Officer leads the NCIS team to a teenager in Sam's life. Meanwhile, Hetty is concerned about the effect that the workload is having on the team, on NCIS:LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Jan. 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009 CBS still easily won Tuesday night despite a slate of reruns and the expected softer holiday viewing numbers. The network led the night with 12.2 million viewers and a 7.8 rating/13 share in households, far ahead of second-place finisher NBC, which drew a mere 4.6 million viewers and a 3.0/5. They were followed by ABC (4.1 million, 2.6/4), FOX (4.1 million, 2.5/4) and The CW (856,000, 0.6/1). CBS also led among adults 18-49, scoring a 2.4 rating. NBC had a 1.5, beating out ABC's 1.2, FOX's 1.1 and The CW's 0.4. To Read More Click Here .