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TV ratings: 'American Idol' down again, 'Top Model' gets a boost

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, March 21, 2012FOX's "American Idol" was down again this week for both hours, though it still won the night for the network with most viewers. CBS' "Survivor: One World" also fell again a bit, while The CW's "America's Next Top Model: British Invasion" got a bit of a boost, as did "One Tree Hill."New series "Bent" only managed to garner 2.6 million viewers for NBC.FOX averaged 16.55 million viewers with a 10.1 rating/16 share in households for the night. CBS came in second at 11.1 million, 7.0/12. Third place went to ABC with 4.86 million (3.2/5) fourth was NBC with 3.16 million, 2.1/4, and The CW at 1.36 million, 0.9/2.In the adults 18-49 demographic, FOX won with a 4.9 rating, followed by CBS more distantly (2.8), then ABC (1.5), NBC (1.0) and the CW (0.6)....

'One Tree Hill' 9.12 Preview: New Beginning for Julian and Brooke

Julian tries to breathe new life into a past idea for a show which wins the favor of some executives, thanks to Brooke for inspiring him.

'One Tree Hill's' Paul Johansson on Craig Sheffer, Dan Scott, and saying goodbye to Tree Hill [Spoilers!]

Wipe your tears,"One Tree Hill" fans -- and, if you haven't yet seen tonight's incredibly emotional episode, "Danny Boy," you'll definitely want to click away and come back later. Consider this your official spoiler alert.In "One Tree Hill's" nine years on the air, Dan has survived a heart attack, a fire, a dog eating his donor heart, multiple car accidents, a psychotic nanny -- the list goes on. We didn't think we'd ever see the end of him -- and Paul Johansson agreed. "I thought Dan was a cockroach," he joked. "When nuclear winter came. Dan would be walking around in the ashes."Instead, though, we finally said goodbye to Tree Hill's greatest, most dynamic and sympathetic villain in a powerful episode that featured a surprise guest appearance from Keith (Craig Sheffer), the brother Dan murdered in Season 3.Johansson was thrilled to learn that Sheffer had agreed to return to the series again, nearly 5 years...

One Tree Hill's Paul Johansson: Dan Will Be the Cockroach That Survives the Ashes

One Tree Hill 's Dan Scott may be on his deathbed during Wednesday's episode, but he's not down for the count just yet. "When the great nuclear fallout happens and virtually life is destroyed, Dan will be the cockroach that survives within the ashes," Paul Johansson tells

One Tree Hill “Danny Boy” Season 9 Episode 11

One Tree Hill  “Danny Boy” Season 9  Episode 11  airs Wednesday March 21 at 8pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis :  The search for  Nathan (James Lafferty ) becomes increasingly dangerous, and Dan’s (Paul Johansson) life hangs in the balance. Brooke (Sophia Bush) is surprised when her father (guest star Richard Burgi) returns. And Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) reconnect with Logan (guest star Pierce Gagnon). Read More...  

'One Tree Hill' Star Bethany Joy Galeotti Divorcing

  One Tree Hill  is nearing the end of its final season, and all of the actors are moving on with their lives after nine season on the CW drama. Bethany Joy Galeotti  will also be moving on in her personal life; The actress announced that she will be getting a divorce from her husband,  Michael Galeotti. Read More...

One Tree Hill Sneak Peek: Will Dan Scott Survive?

Only three episodes of One Tree Hill remain, and following last Wednesday's thrill ride , it's clear on what the next new installment will focus: the fate of Dan Scott. Will he survive? Will viewers need an extra box of Kleenex? In one of the following videos, we see Nathan rushing to the hospital with his father; while in the other, executive producer Mark Schwann previews "Danny Boy" as one of the best episodes in show history. Watch both now and then also check out the official One Tree Hill series finale synopsis released last week by The CW:

One Tree Hill “Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will” Season 9 Episode 10

One Tree Hill  “Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will” Season 9 Episode 10 airs Wednesday March 14 at 8pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis:  Dan (Paul Johansson), Julian (Austin Nichols) and Chris Keller (Tyler Hilton) attempt to rescue Nathan (James Lafferty). Brooke’s conflict with Xavier (guest star Devin McGee) escalates. Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) and Clay (Robert Buckley) revisit the past. Read More...  

'One Tree Hill' clip: Brooke reaches her limit with Tara

Chelsea Kane is adorable and all, but we can't wait for her awful character to leave "One Tree Hill" for good. Tara is rapidly joining Carrie (Torrey DeVitto) and Nicki (Emmanuelle Vaugier) in the ranks of the most heinous rhymes-with-witches to ever set foot in Tree Hill. It's no surprise that Brooke's (Sophia Bush) considerably short temper is tested in this clip from next week's episode, given the fact that this week, her babies' safety was compromised in a big way. Now the cafe, which she's been managing on her own while Haley searches for Nathan, is trashed -- and we can't fault her for blaming Tara given their history.Though it's not shown in the clip below, we also know that next week's episode features a brave attempt by Dan (Paul Johansson), Chris Keller (Tyler Hilton), and Julian (Austin Nichols) to save Nathan, after Dan uncovers some information while torturing Billy. Things don't end well...

'One Tree Hill's' Austin Nichols cast in Showtime's 'Ray Donovan' pilot

As "One Tree Hill" draws to a close, its stars are beginning to find new homes in the television landscape. Zap2it is thrilled to exclusively report that "OTH" star Austin Nichols has landed a role in Showtime's "Ray Donovan" pilot, alongside Liev Schreiber in the title role.Ray Donovan is a professional "troubleshooter" in LA, called on to dig the city's wealthiest, most elite clientele out of their various messes. Nichols will play Tommy West, an A-list movie star who seeks Ray's help when he finds himself in a tough bind.Nichols joins a formidable cast full of star names -- including Kate Moennig as Ray's colleague Lena, Jon Voight as Ray's father Mickey, and Elliott Gould as Ray's mentor Ezra.He's not the first "Tree Hill" alum to land a plum TV pilot role. On-screen wife Sophia Bush is starring in "Partners," a CBS sitcom from the creators of "Will & Grace," and Robert Buckley will appear...