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NBC Cancels 'Camp' After One Season

The summer drama starring Rachel Griffiths fizzled on Wednesdays at 10 p.m.              //

NBC's 'Camp' season finale: 'It was the best summer ever'

The season finale of NBC's criminally underrated "Camp" ended on the perfect note.It may not have been the perfect show -- hey, if it was airing during the fall TV season it might not have made it past three episodes before getting a cancelation -- but it did have one thing going for it, and it could be summed up in the last lines of dialogue of the season (and, let's be honest, probably the last dialogue of the series).After all the campers and counselors had left Little Otter at the end of summer, Kip (Thom Green) got into his dad's car. "So ... how was it?" his dad asked him. "It was the best summer ever," Kip said with a smile.Obviously, it wasn't a perfect summer -- there were pregnancy scares, violent fights, infidelity, money problems, betrayals, health issues, etc. -- but to Kip and all his Little Otter friends and co-workers, it... //

Camp (NBC) Season Finale 2013 “Last Days of Summer”

Camp  Episode 10 “Last Days of Summer” airs Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Season Finale. Episode Synopsis:  Camp Episode 10 “Last Days of Summer”- It’s the final days at camp and Little Otter prepares for battle in the annual Inter-Camp Olympics against Ridgefield. Kip (Thom Green) and Marina (Lily Sullivan) make the most of their waning time together, but the future of their relationship comes in jeopardy after Marina receives startling news about her mother. Cole (Nikolai Nikolaeff) and Roger (Rodger Corser) make plans for Ridgefield Alaska, but their partnership is tested when Roger makes another play for Mack (Rachel Griffiths). Buzz (Charles Grounds) faces off against his Ridgefield nemesis, Ryan (Liam Hall). Sarah (Dena Kaplan) is determined to crush Ridgefield in the swimming event and when Robbie (Tim Pocock) offers to join her team, their romance shows signs of revival. Charlotte Nidcao also stars. Read More... //

Camp (NBC) Episode 9 “CIT Overnight”

Camp  Episode 9 “CIT Overnight” airs Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Episode Synopsis:  Camp Episode 9 “CIT Overnight”- The CITs prepare for their overnight on Bear Mountain, the final rite of passage before becoming certified Little Otter Counselors. Buzz (Charles Grounds) plans for a big night of survival, bonding and losing his virginity. Chloe (Natasha Bassett) keeps interrupting Kip (Thom Green) and Marina’s (Lily Sullivan) alone time and the two decide to come clean to her about their relationship. Robbie (Tim Pocock) encounters two French backpackers who take him on an interesting journey. Back at Little Otter, Mack (Rachel Griffiths) discovers that Cole (Nikolai Nikolaeff) is considering a job with Roger (Rodger Corser) at Ridgefield Alaska. Dena Kaplan and Charlotte Nicdao also star. Read More... //

TV ratings: 'America's Got Talent' and 'Big Brother' rise Wednesday

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013"America's Got Talent" and "Big Brother" both improved on their ratings from a week ago, scoring the two biggest audiences and two best 18-49 ratings Wednesday night. FOX, however, captured the 18-49 crown for the night as a whole, even though "Masterchef" was down a little from last week. The season finale of "The Lookout" was up some for ABC.NBC drew 6.5 million viewers and a 4.1 rating/7 share in households in primetime. CBS (5.7 million, 3.7/6) beat out FOX (5.2 million, 3.2/5) for second. ABC came in fourth with 3.8 million viewers and a 2.5/4. The CW (1 million, 0.7/1) trailed.FOX scored a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49 to lead the demographic race. NBC, 1.6, edged CBS, 1.4, for second. ABC scored 1.0 and The CW a 0.3.Wednesday hour by hour:8 p.m.CBS: "Big Brother" (6.6 million viewers, 4.1/7 households)NBC: "America's Got Talent" rerun (6.15 million, 4.0/7)FOX: "Masterchef"... //

'America's Got Talent' & 'Camp' Hit 4-Week Highs on NBC

Delivering four-week highs, the Wednesday edition of “America’s Got Talent” is the #1 show of the night on ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox in 18-49 and total viewers, leading NBC to the nightlong win among those nets in total viewers. Read More... //

TV ratings: 'MasterChef' and 'America's Got Talent' up Wednesday

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013NBC's "America's Got Talent" once again got the biggest Wednesday night audience and was even up roughly 500K viewers over last week. "MasterChef," with a Paula Deen guest judging appearance, was also up for FOX. "Big Brother" was steady for CBS. The Peacock was tops with 6.4 million viewers and a 4.0 rating/7 share in households. FOX was second with 5.8 million and a 3.5/6, followed by CBS at 5.5 million and a 3.7/6. ABC was fourth with 3.2 million viewers and a 2.2/4, and the CW was last with 976,000 viewers and a 0.6/1. In the adults 18-49 demo, FOX came out on top with a 2.2, followed by NBC (1.5), CBS (1.3), ABC (0.8) and the CW (0.3).Wednesday hour by hour:8 p.m.CBS: "Big Brother" (6.3 million viewers, 4.0/7)NBC: "America's Got Talent" rerun (5.99 million, 3.8/7)FOX: "MasterChef" (5.3 million, 3.2/6)ABC: "The Middle" rerun (3.5 million, 2.4/4)/"The Middle"... //

Camp (NBC) Episode 8 “Harvest Moon”

Camp  Episode 8 “Harvest Moon” airs Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Episode Synopsis:  Camp Episode 8 “Harvest Moon”- Mack (Rachel Griffiths) stresses over her parents’ arrival for the annual Harvest Moon Festival. Her larger-than-life father, Jack “Granddad” Jessup (Jack Thompson, “The Great Gatsby”), decides to launch a prank war against Camp Ridgefield. Marina (Lily Sullivan) faces a pregnancy scare and Kip (Thom Green) comes to her aid when Greg (Jordan Rodrigues, “Dance Academy”) flakes. Meanwhile, Robbie (Tim Pocock) spots Sarah (Dena Kaplan) over at Ridgefield and is disgusted to learn that she is now working for Roger (Rodger Corser). Nikola Nikolaeff, Charles Grounds and Charlotte Nicdao also star. Read More.... //

Camp (NBC) Episode 7 “The Wedding”

Camp  Episode 7 “The Wedding” airs Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Episode Synopsis:  Camp Episode 7 “The Wedding”- Mack (Rachel Griffiths) announces that the new Mayor is performing same-sex marriages and is encouraging everyone to marry before the State repeals. Mack volunteers to host the wedding at Little Otter for Raffi (Chris Kirby, “The Starter Wife”) and Todd (Adam Garcia, “Threesome”), who hesitantly agrees after Grace’s (Charlotte Nicdao) heartfelt plea. The camp staff springs into action to prepare the camp for the best wedding ever. Roger (Rodger Corser) insists he throw the bachelor party in an effort to attract more gay people to Ridgefield. In the wake of her cheating scandal, Sarah (Dena Kaplan) finds herself being ostracized by Robbie’s (Tim Pocock) supporters. After his health scare, Kip (Thom Green) feels like he has a new lease on life and decides to break free from Chloe (Natasha Bassett) and pursue Marina (Lily Sullivan) – the girl he really wants to be with. At the wedding party – with love in the air – Cole (Nikolai Nikolaeff) decides to finally make a move with Mack. Charles Grounds and Lily Sullivan also star. Read More... //

TV ratings: 'Big Brother' and 'Masterchef' rise Wednesday, 'America's Got Talent' steady

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013FOX's "Masterchef" and CBS' "Big Brother" both improved on their ratings from last week "Masterchef" was once again the night's top show among adults 18-49, and "Big Brother" was close behind."America's Got Talent," meanwhile, captured the night's biggest total audience on the broadcast networks with numbers more or less even with a week ago. Both "The Lookout" and "Camp" were down at 10 p.m.NBC drew 6.15 million viewers and a 3.9 rating/7 share in households in primetime, beating the 5.5 million and 3.6/6 for second-place CBS. FOX (4.2 million, 2.6/4) came in third. ABC (3.1 million, 2.1/4) finished fourth, and The CW (1.1 million, 0.8/1) trailed.FOX grabbed the top spot in the 18-49 demographic with a 1.7 rating. CBS and NBC tied for second at 1.4. ABC posted a 0.8 and The CW a 0.3.Wednesday hour by hour:8 p.m.CBS: "Big Brother" (6.3 million viewers, 4.0/7)NBC: "America's Got Talent"... //