Watch a sneak peek of an all-new episode of TRAUMA "Protocol" Season 1 Episode 12 which airs on Monday March 15 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: Glenn (Taylor Kinney) handles a procedure by the book and loses a patient, bringing the whole station under a 'probie curse.' Meanwhile, Rabbit's (Cliff Curtis) suspension leads him to mandatory therapy sessions to regain his wings as his relationship with Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) intensifies. Elsewhere, Marisa (Aimee Garcia) deals with a new partner, while Boone (Derek Luke) and Tyler (Kevin Rankin) have a patient jump out of the rig. Jamie Sheridan also stars. Scottie Thompson, Steven Anthony Jones, Rosalind Chao and Ian Anthony Dale guest star. Source & Preview
Monday TV is fully back in action with the returns of Gossip Girl and House , an all new Chuck directed by Zachary Levi, the Make It or Break It finale and more! Check out all that's new tonight: 8/7c House on Fox - Hiatus Return! Chuck on NBC How I Met Your Mother on CBS Life UneXpected on The CW The Bachelor : Jason and Molly's Wedding on ABC The Secret Life of The American Teenager on ABC Family 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c Gossip Girl on The CW - Hiatus Return! Trauma on NBC - Hiatus Return! 24 on Fox Two and a Half Men on CBS Make It or Break It on ABC Family - Season Finale! 9:30/8:30c The Big Bang Theory on CBS 10/9c Castle on ABC CSI: Miami on CBS Law & Order on NBC Damages on FX Greek on ABC Family The Buried Life on MTV Secret Diary of a Call Girl on Showtime 10:30/9:30c My Life As Liz on MTV - Season Finale! 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central 11:35/10:35c The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of an all-new episode of TRAUMA "Tunnel Vision" Season 1 Episode 11 which airs on Monday March 8 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) must face one of her greatest phobias while treating a construction worker trapped underground after falling down a manhole. Meanwhile, Rabbit (Cliff Curtis) and Marisa (Aimee Garcia) are on the scene of a bank robbery to treat the injured. Elsewhere, Boone (Derek Luke) has a new position and his first decision may jeopardize the career of one of his own. Jamey Sheridan, Kevin Rankin and Taylor Kinney also star. Scottie Thompson, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Steven Anthony Jones, Sasha Barrese, Derek Phillips and Carl Lumbly guest star. Soiurce Here
After a three-month hiatus - near cancellation - NBC's Trauma is back (Monday at 9/8c) and creator Dario Scardapane promises a much different show. Star Cliff Curtis, who plays Reuben "Rabbit" Palchuk, told us how the next 10 episodes will dig deeper into the characters' development and what we'll learn about Rabbit's past as well as his future with co-worker, and new love interest, Nancy (Anastasia Griffith). To Read More Click Here .
NBC has taken a measure to anticipate the lost of 10/9c hour filler when "The Jay Leno Show" finishes its primetime run on February 11. The peacock is ordering more episodes from its series such as "Trauma" and "Community" and even extending the number of "The Office" and "30 Rock" which have gotten the full 22-episode order. "Trauma", the new medical drama, receives four more episodes although the show is not doing well in the rating. NBC initially wanted to cancel the show after the first 13 episodes but decided later to bring it up to 16. With the new order, the show gets a total of 20 episodes. Meanwhile, critically-acclaimed but equally not stellar in rating, "Community" gets additional three. NBC also orders three for "Law & Order" and two for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Parks and Recreation". This means "Law & Order" will have 22 episodes in total while "SVU" and "Parks" get a full-blown 25 episodes in one season. Conan O'Brien is taking a stance in quitting NBC when it is to be pushed to 12:05 A.M. The host is demanding a compensation for the staff of "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" when they lose their job. The show reportedly will end its run this Friday, January 22. Source Here
In the event that you haven't been following the Conan O'Brien and/vs. Jay Leno vs. NBC kerfuffle, the one thing that is certain in that still uncertain mess is that The Jay Leno Show will be ending its run come the Winter Olympics on NBC. This means that post-Olympics, the net will have the 10PM slot to fill every night! They've already starting planning for this (though these dates will undoubtedly change 20 times in the near future): In the 10PM slots: Law & Order will air on Mondays, Parenthood will air on Tuesdays (a change from its original Monday slot), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit will air on Wednesdays, Jerry Seinfeld's The Marriage Ref will move to Thursdays at 10 and the always-available Dateline will fill in on Fridays. In the earlier schedule holes that have now opened up due to the 10PM shuffling: Trauma will return Mondays at 9PM in March after Heroes concludes its run. New game shows Who Do You Think You Are? and Minute to Win It will air Fridays and Sundays at 8, respectively. And, perhaps most excitingly, Friday Night Lights finally has an NBC premiere date - and one earlier than initially expected: Friday, April 30th at 8PM. A premiere date has yet to be set for comedy 100 Questions , which at this point pretty much means that the show is a giant stinker! What do you think about all of this NBC schedule craziness? Source
Watch a sneak peek of TRAUMA "Blue Balloon" Season 1 Episode 10 which airs on Monday November 30 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: As a bad batch of heroin hits the streets of San Francisco, Glenn (Taylor Kinney) questions Nancy's (Anastasia Griffith) judgment during an encounter with a "frequent flyer." Meanwhile, a bizarre theft sends Marisa (Aimee Garcia) on wild goose chase. Elsewhere, Boone (Derek Luke) contemplates his future and takes a new step, while a romance begins to take off. Cliff Curtis, Kevin Rankin and Jamey Sheridan also star. Steven Anthony Jones and Scottie Thompson guest star. Source Here
Fast National ratings for Monday, Nov. 23, 2009 The final performances of the season on "Dancing with the Stars" scored the show's biggest audience of the season Monday, leading ABC to a victory and helping the new show "Find My Family" and "Castle" grab decent numbers as well. Also of note: CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" hit an all-time high in viewers and surpassed the audience for its lead-in, "Two and a Half Men," for the first time. ABC pulled 15.9 million viewers and a 10.1 rating/16 share in households for the night. CBS (11.9 million, 7.3/11) finished second, and FOX took third with 9.6 million viewers and a 5.7/8. NBC (5 million, 3.1/5) was a fairly distant fourth, and The CW (1.3 million, 0.9/1) trailed with a night of reruns. CBS captured the demographic crown, drawing a 4.0 rating among adults 18-49. FOX came in second with a 3.6, followed by ABC at 3.4. NBC drew a 1.8 in the demo and The CW a 0.6. To Read More Click Here .
Take a first look at TRAUMA "Thank You" Season 1 Episode 9 which airs on Monday November 23 2009 at 9:00 p.m NBC. Episode Synopsis: TRAUMA "Thank You" Season 1 Episode 9 - Thanksgiving travel gets dangerous when a packed commercial airliner must make an emergency landing that goes terribly wrong. Meanwhile, Nancy (Anastasia Griffith) finds herself reluctant to spend the holiday with her family. Elsewhere, Boone (Derek Luke) and Tyler (Kevin Rankin) respond to an unusually common Thanksgiving emergency. Cliff Curtis, Aimee Garcia, Taylor Kinney and Jamey Sheridan also star. John Terry, Matt Barr, Ryan Michelle Bathe, and Scottie Thompson guest star. Source & Preview
Though back in October NBC announced that they would not be picking up additional episodes of Trauma beyond its initial 13 episode order , buzz is starting to build that the show is...uncanceled. But how is this even possible?? According to Nikke Finke of Deadline Hollywood Daily, "I've learned that NBC has told the show this week the network not only will produce all 13 episodes from its current order but also order more. What helped to earn a pickup? A recent ratings rise." Of course, as things currently stand, no additional episodes have actually been ordered. This is still in rumor phase. Though - should this turn out to be true - I guess it only further serves to prove that you shouldn't give up on your show just because it has been "canceled" - as this word no longer seems to have any sort of absolute meaning. If Trauma's un-cancellation is true, would you be happy? Update: E!Online has also picked up this story , though they are citing the same single source. Update 2: NBC has ordered 3 additional episodes , bringing the total up from 13 to 16. Source