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'Hart of Dixie': Why you should still watch when The CW show moves to Fridays

"Hart of Dixie" is moving to an all-new night when it returns with new episodes in a month, and unfortunately, that new night is Friday.Generally referred to as the "death time slot" for shows that air on Friday nights (as most people aren't actually home watching TV on Friday evenings), many fans are worried that this is the final nail in the coffin of The CW's southern charmer. With its future still up in the air, it's actually more important than ever that fans stick around and keep on watching.And in fact, the series is about to get better than ever. Here are a few reasons why you should still keep watching "Hart of Dixie" after it moves to Friday nights:- Bluebell is still Bluebell now that Tom Long saved the day and got the Lieutenant Governor to declare his toilet a historic landmark. You know what that means: More crazy Bluebell shenanigans are... //

The CW Touts 'Hart of Dixie's' Friday Move in New Promo (Exclusive Video)

The Rachel Bilson drama also promotes Jaime King's return.              //

'Hart of Dixie' casts '7th Heaven' star Barry Watson: Who will the 'Gossip Girl' alum fall for in Bluebell?

Time to book a one-way ticket to Bluebell, because "Hart of Dixie" just cast yet another heartthrob in a recurring role.Barry Watson, best known for being one of the Camden siblings on "7th Heaven" and for his short stint as Serena's boyfriend on "Gossip Girl," will join The CW's Southern charmer beginning in April, E! Online reports.And because this is Bluebell, Watson's character -- Davis Polk, a "southern gentleman who is handsome, quick-witted and a little bit shy" -- won't stay single for long. Everyone in town is going to love him, but Davis will only have eyes for one lady.Who will Davis fall for? No word yet, but whoever the lucky mystery woman is had better return his affections. This is one seriously eligible bachelor."Hart of Dixie" returns with new episodes Friday, March 21 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.... //

TV ratings: Olympics dip but still dominate Monday, 'Bachelor' and 'The Following' fall

Fast National ratings for Monday, Feb. 10, 2014With some of the marquee events having an off day at the Winter Olympics Monday, NBC's ratings fell off some both from Sunday's numbers and from the comparable night of the 2010 Olympics. Still, the network beat the combined totals of its four rivals in both viewers and adults 18-49."The Bachelor" was the night's top show not originating from Sochi, although it was down a bit from last week. "Almost Human" and "The Following" also dropped for FOX, as did "Intelligence" for CBS.NBC drew 22.2 million viewers and a 12.7 rating/19 share in households for the night. ABC (6.3 million, 4.1/6) was the best of the rest, edging CBS (6 million, 3.9/6) for second place. FOX delivered 5.05 million viewers and a 3.1/5 to take fourth, and The CW (900,000, 0.6/1) trailed.In the 18-49 demographic, NBC's 6.4 rating was more than three times as high as No. 2... //

’7th Heaven’s’ Barry Watson Is ‘Hart of Dixie’s’ Newest Eligible Bachelor

There’s a new eligible bachelor in Bluebell. Barry Watson is joining “Hart of Dixie” in a recurring role, a CW representative told TheWrap . Watson will play Davis Polk, who’s described as “a southern gentleman who is handsome, quick-witted, and a little bit shy.” He’ll become very popular among Bluebell’s belles, but Davis has his eye on one specific (and popular) character on the show.   Read More... //

Hart Of Dixie Season 3 Episode 13 “Act Naturally”

Hart Of Dixie  Season 3 Episode 13 “Act Naturally” airs on Monday, February 10 2014 at 8pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis:  Hart Of Dixie Season 3 Episode 13 “Act Naturally” – EVERYTHING’S FINE — Zoe reluctantly agrees to allow Joel (guest star Josh Cooke) to throw her a birthday party at Lavon’s to help cheer him up, but things go awry when her mom (guest star JoBeth Williams) surprises her with a visit. Vivian (guest star Lauren Bittner) wants to meet Wade’s dad, but Wade is leery of how she might react. AnnaBeth gets an interesting request from the Belles that she was not expecting but, in light of recent developments might be the perfect distraction for her. Meanwhile, George is determined to prove to Tansy (guest star Mircea Monroe) that his nemesis Scooter McGreevy (guest star Matt Oberg) has not changed and is fooling everyone. Patrick Norris directed the episode written Dan Steele. Read More... //

'Hart of Dixie' first look photos: Lemon's back (with Carter Covington?) in 'Here You Come Again'

We've still got a few more episodes to go (two, to be exact) before Lemon Breeland (Jaime King) graces Bluebell with her presence on "Hart of Dixie," and that wait just got a little harder to stomach now that we know she's also bringing little sis Magnolia and "awesome" Carter Covington with her.That's right, Lemon's triumphant return is going to be a whole family affair -- and we say affair, because there's a 1920s party, too. Add in one of the most eligible bachelors in all of the South and you've got yourself one highly-anticipated episode.Check out more first look photos from the episode, "Here You Come Again:""Hart of Dixie" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.... //

TV ratings: 'The Bachelor' and 'Castle' propel ABC to viewers win, tie with CBS in the demo

Fast National ratings for Monday, Feb. 3, 2014"The Bachelor's" dramatic episode earned the reality dating show its best demo rating since the premiere on Jan. 6, while "Castle" came back from a week off with its total viewers up 10 percent over the last new episode. Elsewhere, "The Following" dipped a little more after taking a tumble last Monday. Its lead-in of a new episode of "Almost Human" also dropped some from its last new episode.ABC was the winner on the night, edging out CBS by 26,000 viewers -- 8.799 million for ABC and a 5.8 rating/9 share in households to CBS' 8.773 million and a 5.6/9. FOX was third with 6.1 million viewers and a 3.8/6, while NBC, without a new "Blacklist," was fourth with 3.8 million and a 2.4/4. The CW trailed with 1 million viewers and a 0.7/1.Thanks largely to the second hour of "The Bachelor," ABC tied CBS for the win... //

Who broke up on 'Hart of Dixie?'

Another relationship bit the dust on Monday (Feb. 3) night's "Hart of Dixie" ... but it wasn't either of the relationships we were hoping for (cough, Zoe and Joel and Wade and Vivian, cough). Nope, the couple that called it quits was actually AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) and Lavon (Cress Williams).This was the one couple that was perfect for each other. They were the solid, stable rock at the center of all the crazy relationship issues in Bluebell. They were the heart and soul of the town. They worked so well together and the love they shared was one of those rare connections that it's actually hard to remember a time when they weren't together. But for some reason, Lavon couldn't tell AB that he was sure, after spending one year together, that she was the love of his life.This was where the tears started flowing. AB told Lavon that she knew on day one... //

Hart Of Dixie Season 3 Episode 12 “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”

Hart Of Dixie  Season 3 Episode 12 “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” airs on Monday, February 3 2014 at 8pm on The CW. Episode Synopsis:  Hart Of Dixie Season 3 Episode 12 “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” – KEEPING IT HONEST — Zoe and Joel (guest star Josh Cooke) finally buy a house, but soon realize neither of them make enough money to fix up the place. Brick agrees to help Zoe out but only if she can get the townspeople to lose 500 pounds collectively for Health and Wellness Month. Joel is struggling with his novel and decides to follow Wade around for research, but when Wade leaves Joel to alone run the bar, Joel finds himself in some trouble. Meanwhile, AnnaBeth struggles to mask her feelings by throwing a last-minute bachelorette party for a friend. Scott Porter and Cress Williams also stars. Les Butler directed the episode written Sarah Kucserka and Veronica West. Read More... //