Fast national ratings for Tuesday, May 31, 2011.The premiere of "America's Got Talent" followed by a new episode of "The Voice" propelled NBC to a total viwers win, even in the face of the NBA Finals Game 1 between the Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat. The "AGT" premiere was also up considerably from the 2010 premiere (which improved upon the 2009 premiere). The 2010 premiere averaged 12.3 million viewers, while the 2011 premiere averaged almost 15 million viewers.NBC's win was set by an average of 14.8 million viewers and an 8.7 rating/14 share in households. ABC, aided by the NBA, was second with 10.8 million, 6.4/10, followed by CBS at 9 million, 6.0/10, FOX at 2.6 million, 1.7/3 and the CW at 861 K, 0.6/1.In the 18-49 demo, ABC took the title with a 4.5 rating, followed closely by NBC at 4.4. CBS (1.4), FOX (1.0) and the CW (0.3) trailed. Tuesday hour by... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/tv-ratings-americas-got-talent-premiere-trumps-nba-finals-in-total-viewers.html
Now that One Tree Hill has officially been renewed, fans must wonder: Will madly in love couple Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) survive this season's cliff-hanger finale? After an otherwise happy season-ender, the show ended with stalker Katie (Amanda Schull) gunning Clay and Quinn down. But not to worry: Buckley told TVGuide.com he's pretty confident he will be sticking around next year. "Now that I'm here, I would feel like a real idiot if Clay didn't pull through," Buckley said at the CW's fall TV presentation Thursday. "Wouldn't it be the cruelest prank if it ended up that I died in Act 1 of the first episode?" To Read More Click Here .
The season finale of One Tree Hill will be airing on May 17. We previously posted promo photos for the season finale and now we have a sneak peek for you below, courtesy of the CW. THE GANG HEADS TO PARK CITY, UTAH Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) tries to overcome her depression by joining Nathan (James Lafferty), Jamie (Jackson Brundage) and the rest of the Tree Hill gang on a trip to Utah for the premiere of Julian's (Austin Nichols) film. Sophia Bush, Shantel VanSanten, Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein, Antwon Tanner and Jana Kramer also star. Source & Preview
Preview of what could be the last "One Tree Hill" episode shows Haley drowning herself in a pool. In the May 17 episode, Haley tries to overcome her depression by joining Nathan, Jamie and the rest of the Tree Hill gang on a trip to Utah for the premiere of Julian's film. The CW has not landed a decision to pick up "Hill" for an eighth season. Based on previous reports, "Hill" would have to cut budgets and actors if it wants to continue being on screen. Fans of the show have been campaigning for a renewal but the cast themselves are still in the dark. "It's been two months of waiting to find out if I have a job," Robert Buckley told On The Red Carpet on Sunday, May 9. "I've been going, like, to and fro to the unemployment office... so if I get the call on Monday, daddy's going on the dole." Source & Preview
The season finale of One Tree Hill will be airing on May 17. There's still no official word on whether the show will return for an eighth season in the Fall, so we'll have to see whether this episode will serve as the series finale instead. In any event, the CW has released promo photos and a short synopsis for the episode, which you can view below. THE GANG HEADS TO PARK CITY, UTAH. To Read More Click Here .
HALEY CLOSES HERSELF OFF FROM NATHAN AND JAMIE. Nathan (James Lafferty) struggles to reach an increasingly despondent Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti), while Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) leads Jamie (Jackson Brundage) on a Tree Hill treasure hunt. Julian (Austin Nichols) shows his finished film to Brooke (Sophia Bush), and Clay (Robert Buckley) is forced to deal with a deranged Katie (guest star Amanda Schull). Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein, Antwon Tanner and Jana Kramer also star. Source Here
A new episode of One Tree Hill will be airing on May 10 and the CW has released promo photos and a short synopsis for the episode. ONE TREE HILLHALEY CLOSES HERSELF OFF FROM NATHAN AND JAMIE Nathan (James Lafferty) struggles to reach an increasingly despondent Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti), while Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) leads Jamie (Jackson Brundage) on a Tree Hill treasure hunt. To Read More Click Here .
Katie, this season's psycho stalker, will continue to creep out One Tree Hill in next Monday's episode entitled "What's In The Ground Belongs To You." Just how far will she go to get Clay in her life? Check out the video after the jump to find out. In the clip, Clay comes home hoping to find Quinn but instead finds an intruder in the form of Katie, who is now convinced that she is Sarah. She plays Clay and Sarah's song and even reminds Clay about how they first heard the song in Austin. It's baffling how she knows these things. To Read More Click Here .
In the next "One Tree Hill", Nathan struggles to reach an increasingly despondent Haley, while Quinn leads Jamie on a Tree Hill treasure hunt. Julian shows his finished film to Brooke, and Clay is forced to deal with a deranged Katie (guest star Amanda Schull). There is still no news whether the show will receive an eighth season order. Deadline noted that creator Mark Schwahn will be pitching ideas for the new season to the network this coming week. And there is a chance it will get partial renewal, sharing it with "Life Unexpected". James Lafferty said they had a little impromptu wrap for Wilmington while saying "goodbye to a lot of people possibly for good." "What's in the Ground Belongs to You" air on May 10. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of ONE TREE HILL "Learning to Fail" Season 7 Episode 20 which airs Monday May 3 2010 at 8/7c on The CW. Episode Synopsis: Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) struggle with the aftermath of her mother's death, while Brooke (Sophia Bush) deals with the fallout of Alexander's (guest star Mitch Ryan) tryst with Victoria (guest star Daphne Zuniga). Alex (Jana Kramer) discovers a secret about her leading man, Josh (guest star Paul Teal), that could derail Julian's (Austin Nichols) film, and Clay (Robert Buckley) is confronted by an unhinged Katie (guest star Amanda Schull). Shantel VanSanten also stars. Greg Prange directed the episode written by Shaina Fewell & Renee Intlekofer Source & Preview