As if there wasn’t enough eye candy on the show already, looks like COVERT AFFAIRS has decided to take it up another notch. TVLine.com reports that Aussie hunk Ben Lawson is joining the USA Network smash in a recurring role. Lawson is set to play the role of Dr. Scott Weiss, who is described as a charming and handsome Doctors Without Borders-type physician. Annie (Piper Perabo) will meet up with the doc when she takes her niece, Chloe, to the emergency room. Passionate about his own work, Scott is someone who can understand Annie’s devotion to her job, even if he doesn’t quite know what that job is. Read More... http://www.daemonstv.com/2011/03/28/the-deep-end%E2%80%99s-ben-lawson-joins-covert-affairs/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29&utm_content=Google+Reader
As the Olympics finish up, we have one more Thursday to go without a seriously packed TV night! So, enjoy the Olympics tonight if you've been following, plus check out what else is new. 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC American Idol on Fox Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on CBS The Deep End on ABC 9/8c Kitchen Nightmares on Fox 10/9c Burn Notice on USA Network America's Best Dance Crew on MTV Important Things on Comedy Central The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo 10:30/9:30c Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central 11/10c Taking the Stage on MTV The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Well, enjoy it while you can. The final episode of The Deep End will be airing on February 25 and ABC has released several sneak peeks for the episode. CLIFF AND SUSAN'S CHARITY GALA PUTS EXTRA STRESS ON THE FIVE ASSOCIATES, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF ABC'S "THE DEEP END". To Read More Click Here .
* XXI Olympic Winter Games (8/7c NBC) The most anticipated event of the Games is this evening, with Kim Yu-Na of South Korea the favorite in the women's figure-skating final. She is coached by two-time silver medalist Brian Orser. The U.S. champ is Rachael Flatt, who has a skating great in her corner as well in 1976 gold-medal winner Dorothy Hamill. She "has been working on the finesse of my skating," says Flatt. Contenders also include Japan's Mao Asada; Canada's Joannie Rochette, who gave an emotional performance in Tuesday's short program just two days after the death of her mother; and American Mirai Nagasu. U.S. jumpers may not be favored in freestyle skiing's aerials final, but they do have two capable contenders in Jeret "Speedy" Peterson and Ryan St. Onge, who has not fared well since winning the 2009 World Championships. Also in prime time is Nordic combined's individual large-hill final, with Bill Demong (U.S.) the reigning world champ. On MSNBC, the U.S. faces Canada in the gold-medal game in women's hockey. * The Deep End (8/7c ABC) Since this legal series failed to find much of an audience, The Deep End will likely get the deep six after this sixth and final episode of the first season. Tonight Cliff tries to weasel his way back into Susan's life; Dylan and Beth team up on a case involving a text message; and Addy and Malcolm take on an insurance company that's not above twisting the truth. * Burn Notice (10/9c USA Network ) Over the last few weeks, Michael has had his hands full with the gleefully fiendish Gilroy. But in this last episode before the season finale, it's Fiona who gets herself into hot water when she takes a case that finds her tangling with an unstable and paranoid kidnapper. On top of those character flaws, the kidnapper also turns out to be quite devious and isn't exactly who he says he is. * Soundstage (10/9c PBS) The legendary Willie Nelson showcases selections from his forthcoming album Country Music, including Al Dexter's "Pistol Packin' Mamma," the Joe "Red" Hayes-Jack Rhodes tune "Satisfied Mind" and Bill Mack's "Drinking Champagne." He also reaches into his vast repertoire for a few additional classics, including "Whiskey River" and Bob Wills' "Trouble in Mind." * The Real Housewives of Orange County (0/9c Bravo ) It hadn't been a San Francisco treat for Vicki during the wives' getaway to the City by the Bay. Drama crept in like that city's invading fog when the other ladies verbally assailed her. Still hurting in the wake of that attack, Vicki turns to an old friend for comfort - erstwhile cast mate Jeana Keough. Meanwhile, in a plastic-fantastic development, Alexis and her mother visit a nip-tuck doctor. As for Lynne, she reassesses her marriage, and Gretchen looks forward to the launch of her makeup line. Source Here
The Deep End was a day late from becoming the first new show of 2010 to be cancelled. Instead, that honor went to Fox's Past Life , which bit the proverbial bullet due to low ratings. A similar fate has afflicted ABC's attempt at Grey's Anatomy with lawyers. The series began on January 21 with only 7 million viewers; not a strong debut by any stretch of the imagination. It didn't quite lose viewers as quickly as Past Life did, and only dropped a million with its second episode. By episode three, the series had dropped another million viewers, and things just weren't looking good for a second season, or even a full first season, despite a slight gain in viewers for the first episode. Episode five's drop to an embarassing 4.26 million sealed The Deep End's fate, and ABC quickly cancelled the series, which had steadily been named the fourth most watched series in its Thursday timeslot. To Read More Click Here .
Men's figure skating dominated a Thursday night filled with passed out Survivors and supposedly educational medical lectures... * 8 p.m. Winter Olympics: 24.2 million viewers Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains : 11.9 million Bones rerun: 5.7 million The Deep End : 4.3 million Vampire Diaries rerun: 1.7 million * 9 p.m. Winter Olympics: 28.4 million Grey's Anatomy (pictured): 10.2 million The Mentalist rerun: 8.8 million Past Life : 3.5 million Supernatural rerun: 1.5 million * 10 p.m. Winter Olympics: 23.3 million CSI rerun: 7.9 million Private Practice : 7.6 million Source Here
Except for the NBC comedies taking a break for the Olympics, we have a full night of Thursday TV! Check out all that's on tonight: 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC The Deep End on ABC 9/8c Grey's Anatomy on ABC Past Life on Fox Burn Notice on USA Network 10/9c Private Practice on ABC Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo Archer on FX America's Best Dance Crew on MTV Important Things on Comedy Central 10:30/9:30c Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central 11/10c Models of the Runway on Lifetime Television Taking the Stage on MTV What will you be watching?
A new episode of The Deep End will be airing on February 18 and ABC has released five sneak peeks for the episode, which you can view below. ADDY'S LONG-DISTANCE BOYFRIEND SHOWS UP AT THE OFFICE AS A SURPRISE, ON ABC'S "THE DEEP END". To Read More Click Here .
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains is off to a heroic start. The hit CBS reality series' two-hour premiere averaged 14.1 million viewers, and improved 2 percent in the adults 18-to-49 demographic over last February's Survivor: Tocatins. The lead-in boosted The Mentalist, which pulled in 15.7 million viewers as CBS easily won the night. ABC placed second, despite Grey's Anatomy (12.7 million viewers) posting its lowest 18-to-49 demo rating ever for an original episode. Facing a Bones repeat (8.1 million viewers), The Deep End improved slightly to 5.7 million viewers. ABC finished the night with 9.1 million viewers for Private Practice. NBC's block of comedies was on par with their season averages. At 8/7c, Community drew 5.2 million viewers and Parks and Recreation pulled in 5 million viewers, while The Office (7.4 million viewers) performed slightly better than 30 Rock (6.1 million viewers) in the 9/8c hour. An hour of Office repeats averaged 2.8 million viewers in Jay Leno's recently exited timeslot. Following the Bones repeat on Fox, Past Life sank to 5.3 million viewers. The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural drew in 3.6 million viewers and 2.5 million viewers for the CW, respectively, though Diaries stumbled a bit in the demo. Source Here
A new episode of The Deep End will be airing on February 11 and ABC has released six sneak peeks for the episode. You can also view promo photos that we previously posted for the episode. LIAM AND MALCOLM ARE PITTED AGAINST EACH OTHER, ON ABC'S "THE DEEP END". To Read More Click Here .