Can you guys keep up with all of these cancellations today?! From THR: Some wonder how low rated an NBC show needs to be to get canceled. This is it. NBC has put the medical drama "Mercy" out of its misery. The long-struggling Wednesday night freshman drama most recently pulled a 1.0 rating among adults 18-49 in the 9 p.m. hour. The network also officially pulled the plug on its other freshman medical drama this season, "Trauma." NBC executives indicated the show was cancelled once already this season, then ordered a few additional episodes once it became clear "The Jay Leno Show" wasn't going to last. "Trauma" was averaging around a 1.7 rating in its final days. "Mercy" and "Trauma" joins "Law & Order" on the NBC axe-list, which after a protracted struggle officially got cut this morning.
No Kate Gosselin, no problem for Dancing with the Stars. It owned the ratings last night... * 8 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 19.3 million viewers House: 10.6 million Chuck: 6 million How I Met Your Mother rerun: 4.8 million/Rules of Engagement: 6.7 million One Tree Hill: 2.1 million * 9 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 21.9 million/Romantically Challenged: 10 million Two and a Half Men rerun: 9.7 million/The Big Bang Theory rerun: 10.6 million 24: 9.2 million, Trauma: 5.3 million Gossip Girl: 2 million * 10 p.m. Castle rerun: 8.1 million CSI: Miami rerun: 7.9 million Law & Order rerun: 4.8 million Source here
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The month of April may be coming to a close, but tonight's TV is home to a few big returns! Chuck and Gossip Girl are new after a brief break, and One Tree Hill returns from its hiatus abyss with all-new drama. On the other hand, we'll say goodbye to this season of Trauma at 9/8c. See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars Chuck on NBC House on Fox One Tree Hill on The CW 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c 24 on Fox Trauma on NBC -- season finale! Gossip Girl on The CW 9:30/8:30c Romantically Challenged on ABC 10/9c Castle on ABC Nurse Jackie on Showtime 10:30/9:30c The United States of Tara on Showtime Also, don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's individual Twitter accounts for more specialized updates on your favorite shows: sidereelKendra , sidereelRachel , sidereelAlex , and animereel ! What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of an all-new episode of TRAUMA "Frequent Fliers" Season 1 Episode 16 which airs on Monday April 12 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) and her father (guest star John Terry) clash over his new role as the head of the Trauma center. Marisa (Aimee Garcia) has a surprising dream about Rabbit (Cliff Curtis), and it begins to affect their working relationship. Boone (Derek Luke) and Tyler (Kevin Rankin) respond to a call at a mosque and have a difference of opinion on how to treat the patient. Elsewhere, Ira (guest star Richard Kind), known for his tendency to call in repeatedly for medical assistance, resurfaces. Scottie Thompson also guest stars. Source & Preview
On tonight's new episode of Trauma (9/8c on NBC, right after Chuck ), Nancy's in hot water for ignoring protocol, and her actions also put Dr. Joe's career and their relationship on the line. Meanwhile, Rabbit and Marisa are quarantined after being exposed to a patient with meningitis. Watch the preview clip below for a sneak peek at tonight's drama-laden Trauma! Preview: "Scope of Practice"
Watch a sneak peek of an all-new episode of TRAUMA "Scope of Practice" Season 1 Episode 15 which airs on Monday April 5 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) comes under fire for ignoring protocol when treating a high school cheerleader and her actions put Dr. Joe (Jamey Sheridan) in the hot seat and their relationship on the line. Meanwhile, Rabbit (Cliff Curtis) and Marisa (Aimee Garcia) are quarantined after being exposed to a patient with meningitis. Elsewhere, a misunderstanding puts Boone's (Derek Luke) partnership with Tyler (Kevin Rankin) to the test. Taylor Kinney also stars. John Terry, Scottie Thompson and Steven Anthony Jones guest star. Source & Preview
In tonight's all-new episode of Trauma (NBC, 9/8c), Rabbit's finally heading back to work after a traumatic event from his past is revealed in therapy... but he doesn't look like the same man as before. Will his shaken confidence affect his performance on the job? If you can't wait for tonight's episode, check out an exclusive video preview below! Preview
Watch a sneak peek of an all-new episode of TRAUMA "13" Season 1 Episode 13 which airs on Monday March 22 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: Rabbit (Cliff Curtis) has a breakthrough in therapy that reveals a traumatic event from his past. Meanwhile, Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) and Diana's (guest star Scottie Thompson) difference of opinion puts a patient's life at risk. Elsewhere, Tyler (Kevin Rankin) and Boone (Derek Luke) consider their futures, as Glenn (Taylor Kinney) reaches a career milestone. Steven Anthony Jones, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Rosalind Chao and Kevin Tighe guest star. Source & Preview
NBC's Chuck posted its all-time lowest rating Monday night. With the start of Daylight Savings Time, many 8 p.m. shows tend to dip. Overall broadcast usage dropped 9% during the 8 p.m. hour. "Chuck" (5.8 million viewers, 1.9 preliminary adults 18-49 rating) took a rough knock, down 17%. Tweets co-creator Josh Schwartz: "'Chuck' fans, it's time to get organized." ABC didn't get too much traction exposing its own reality hit on "20/20" during this low octane night in the ratings. The two-hour special "20/20: Inside the Bachelor: The Stories Behind the Rose" (8 million, 2.3) revealed some tidbits about the long-running series (average number of contestants each bachelor has sex with: three), though performed somewhat modestly. Fox came out on top with House (11.2 million, 4.0) and 24 (9 million, 2.7), both down a tad from last week. CBS was second with Rules of Engagement (7.8 million, 2.7) standing on its own while the rest of CBS' lineup aired repeats. Still, those "Two and a Half Men" and "Big Bang Theory" encores generated a 3.8 rating each and won 9 p.m. Despite airing all originals, NBC placed fourth. Trauma (5.2 million, 1.5) was up a tenth. "Law & Order" (6.9 million, 1.8) tied a "Castle" repeat to place second at 10 p.m. On The CW, Life UneXpected (2.1 million, 1.0) climbed despite the onset of DST. "Unexpected" unexpectedly posted its best rating among women 18-34 (1.8) since its second episode, climbing 29% from last week's debut 8 p.m. airing. Gossip Girl (1.7 million, 1.0) was on par in the adult demo though climbed slightly among young women. Source