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'House' ending: Odette Annable 'bittersweet'

Odette Annable will have had a relatively brief "House" call.FOX's Monday medical drama will call it a wrap at the end of its eighth and current season May 21. Since she joined the show only last fall, Annable will have an ultimately compact arc as Princeton-Plainboro Teaching Hospital newbie Dr. Jessica Adams, but she remains grateful as she begins work on the final set of episodes."I think everybody had their suspicions and their thoughts about what would happen regarding next year," Annable tells Zap2it. "For the most part, it really was 50-50. A lot of people thought there was no way they could end the show now, since it still has so much juice and is so well-written and well-produced."Then, other people thought, 'Well, it's eight years of great storytelling and compelling characters. We might as well end it while we're ahead.' I thought this might be the last year, but I also could see... //

Top Moments: Idol's Scary Fall and It's a Wonderful Life for Gibbs on NCIS

Our top moments of the week: 13. Lamest Dirty Talk: It took time, but The Bachelor 's Jamie finally decides she's going to kiss Ben. Despite being a self-proclaimed prude, Jamie straddles Ben and tells him exactly how she is going to plant one on him. But she doesn't stop there. She keeps flapping her gums, even while the two are kissing, which just makes Ben laugh. If first kisses say it all, then it seems clear why Jamie didn't get a rose. 12. Best Surrender: Realizing he lacks the duende (read: passion) to get the job done, Mr. Schue steps down as McKinley High's Spanish teacher to give the... //

House: How Will It End?

The doctor is out. And while there's isn't exactly huge outrage over House 's cancellation (more than 70 percent of voters agreed it was time to pull the plug on Hugh Laurie 's curmudgeonly genius), many die-hard fans are left pondering just what sort of ending creator David Shore and his team will come up with. "It's not going to be an unceremonious finish, I can tell you that," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said during the Television Critics Association winter previews, when he acknowledged that he was talking with the show's creative crew about potentially wrapping things up. "It will absolutely have a satisfying conclusion. ... I can guarantee you there's no way David Shore is going to have the fans feel like it wasn't properly capped off." So just how will viewers say goodbye to Dr. House? Let's ponder the possibilities...  //

This Season of ‘House’ Will Be Its Last

It was just officially announced that this season of  House  will be its last. I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised about this, after all the show has been running for eight season and these past couple seasons haven’t been  House  at its best. That said it always feels weird to say goodbye to a show that has been around for eight years. However, because this decision came from the producers, here’s hoping we’ll be getting a proper conclusion to the show when is eight season ends in May. Read More... //  

TV ratings: 'The Voice' gets a Super Bowl bump, 'Smash' opens well and NBC wins Monday

Fast National ratings for Monday, Feb. 6, 2012The time-period premiere of "The Voice" Monday night got a good post-Super Bowl bump, recording its biggest audience ever for a regularly scheduled episode. The lead-in also helped the premiere of "Smash" win its time period at 10 p.m., giving NBC its first non-Olympics sweep of a Monday night in more than three years.Elsewhere, FOX's "Alcatraz" took a hit in the face of the heavier competition, and "Two and a Half Men" and "Mike & Molly" were also somewhat below average for CBS. "The Bachelor" was steady for ABC, but "Castle" was down from its last original episode.NBC averaged 15.6 million viewers and a 9.1 rating/14 share in households in primetime, beating second-place CBS (10.8 million, 6.7/10) by close to 5 million viewers. ABC (8.4 million, 5.5/8) finished third. FOX took fourth with 7 million viewers and a 4.2/6, while The CW (1.4 million, 1.0/1) was even with... //

House Postmortem: Can Chase and House Coexist After "Nobody's Fault"?

[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Monday's House . Read at your own risk.] "They've decided that your being stabbed was nobody's fault. They're wrong. I'm sorry." Those were the shocking words spoken by Dr. Gregory House ( Hugh Laurie ) to Dr. Chase ( Jesse Spencer ), who during the course of Monday's House found himself stabbed in the heart by a patient suffering a psychotic episode, and later, paralyzed from the waist down. And even though impartial arbitrator Dr. Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright ) ruled that House and his unorthodox diagnostic processes were not to blame for the accident, Dr. Crankypants didn't let himself off so easily.... //

House M.D. “Nobody’s Fault” Season 8 Episode 11 With David Anders

House  M.D.  "Nobody’s Fault" Season 8  Episode 11 airs Monday February 6 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis :  When a violent incident  involving  a patient has serious consequences, House and the team are placed under review by Dr. Walter Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright), Foreman’s former mentor. As House and each member of his team recount the details of the dramatic and life-threateningincident, Cofield must weigh the team’s unconventional brand of collaboration against their ability to save lives in the all-new "Nobody’s Fault" episode of HOUSE, airing Monday, Feb. 6 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Read More... //  

House on Trial: How Will Jeffrey Wright Rule?

Monday's pivotal episode of House shines a light on perhaps the most crucial question of the series: Do Dr. House's life-preserving ends justify his usually outlandish means? For nearly eight seasons, Dr. Gregory House ( Hugh Laurie ) has been able to pull almost any stunt he pleased at Princeton-Plainsboro, simply because he's a brilliant diagnostician who saves lives. But in Monday's episode (8/7c, Fox), House's methods end in a catastrophe that threatens one of his team member's future at the hospital. Enter Dr. Walter Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright ), the head of neurology at a nearby hospital and a former mentor to Dr. Foreman ( Omar Epps ) — and the man who will determine whether House or his team is to blame for the accident. "Jeffrey's character really decides the fate of the series — he puts House's process on trial," director and executive producer Greg Yaitanes tells  //

'House' Videos: 'Nobody's Fault,' But House Might Get Blamed

During the next House episode, "Nobody's Fault," a medical procedure goes wrong. Very, very wrong. We're talking wrong enough that even House gets in trouble. In other words, it's going to be bad. All that wrongness and badness bring about a review of the House team, conducted by special guest star Jeffrey Wright. Get a glimpse of the mayhem in these videos from "Nobody's Fault." //

Fox Programming Notes: More Alcatraz, Less House

In a move that bodes well for Alcatraz , but less well for House 's chances of landing on the Fox schedule again this fall, the network has revamped its March lineup. //