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Ratings Race - 'The Forgotten' Finale More Remembered Than 'Three Rivers'

Fox (0.9/4, 3.13 million) owns Saturday night, and they have for more than two decades with the same lineup. If the other networks want to compete, they're going to have to get creative. But it looks like nobody cares about Saturdays anymore. It's good news for fans of low-rated series, as the Saturday wasteland gives networks someplace to burn off the last episodes of failed shows. Tonight, two such shows ride off into the sunset as ABC (0.6/3, 2.78 million) bids farewell with back-to-back installments of 'the forgotten,' while CBS (0.5/2, 2.75 million) is probably thankful they're out of episodes of 'Three Rivers.' Fox, meanwhile, just sticks with 'Cops' and 'America's Most Wanted,' and watches the viewers roll in. At this point, generations of fans know this lineup. Only NBC (0.7/3, 3.1 million) is competitive with the power of 'America's Got Talent' repeats and 'L&O:SVU,' though all are down on this holiday weekend. To Read More Click Here .

Elisha Cuthbert Finds Happy Endings at ABC

Elisha Cuthbert is sticking around ABC: The 24 alum, who currently recurs on The Forgotten, has landed the female lead in the network's comedy pilot Happy Endings, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Happy Endings is about a bride (Cuthbert) and groom who split up at the altar and must figure out how to maintain friendships with their four mutual buddies. Cuthbert, 27, joined The Forgotten in December and has thus far appeared in three episodes of the crime drama. Source Here

ABC shortens 'Forgotten' run

From THR: In case you were planning to watch "The Forgotten" in three weeks - well, forget about it. ABC is cutting short the crime procedural, ending its run a couple episodes early. The network is yanking the March 23 episode of the Christian Slater drama and designating next week's episode the season finale instead. The March 16 episode was previously replaced by a FlashForward clip show. (And, yes, these actions, along with the show's generally poor ratings, means the show is pretty unlikely to return). Source

TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 2/23 - Featured

What's on? Lost ! That's all you really need to know besides the Olympics, but if you're a fan of the few other Tuesday shows pushing through the Olympics, then check out the rest below! 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC American Idol on Fox 9/8c Lost on ABC 10/9c The Forgotten (TV) on ABC White Collar on USA Network 16 and Pregnant on MTV 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?

TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 2/16 - Featured

Many shows are on break as the Olympics air this week, but there are still a few Tuesday favs on tonight including the most important of all - Lost , of course!! Check when your shows return post-Olympics: Olympics Hiatus: When Will Your Favorite Show Return? And now check out what else is new tonight below! 8/7c XXI Olympic Winter Games on NBC American Idol on Fox 9/8c Lost on ABC 10/9c The Forgotten (TV) on ABC 16 and Pregnant on MTV Paranormal Cops on A&E Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo What will you be watching?

The Forgotten & Raising the Bar Stars Join ABC Drama - Featured

The Forgotten (TV) may soon be forgotten by Michelle Borth: The star of the ABC crime drama has landed the lead role in the new ABC pilot The Matadors, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Borth's deal would require her to stick with The Forgotten should the bubble show get a renewal, according to the Reporter. Described as a "Romeo-and-Juliet-style" drama set in Chicago, The Matadors revolves around two feuding families, one in the state attorney's office and the other in a large law firm. Borth would play Juliana, a lawyer who works with her father in the state attorney's office. She begins an affair with Alex (Zach Gilford), who works at his father's law firm. Former Raising the Bar star Jonathan Scarfe has also joined the series as Alex's brother, a defense attorney. In other casting news, Brian Dennehy has joined Dana Gould in his sitcom pilot for ABC, while Amy Smart will star as a nurse in CBS' new medical drama from John Wells. Source Here

Christian Slater Is Tracking Missing People in 'The Forgotten'

Actor Christian Slater's new TV show is helping Americans track down missing relatives. The "True Romance" star plays people tracker Alex Donovan in "The Forgotten" and admits the show has had a big impact on viewers. And he insists it's all down to a public service announcement which accompanies the show on U.S. TV - and encourages fans to do their own investigations about missing loved ones. He says, "We actually have the opportunity to solve some real cases." Slater read out one email he had received about a closed case during an appearance on late-night show "Lopez Tonight!" on Thursday, February 4. He read, "In 1987, Paula Beverly Davis went missing from Kansas City, Missouri. In 2009, Davis' sister, Stephanie Clack, was watching an episode of 'The Forgotten' and saw the Nameless PSA and website." "She went to Nameless.gov and searched the unidentified persons site with information she had about her sister's case. After looking at a number of records, on December 11, 2009 Paula Davis was positively identified. Stephanie says if she had not seen the Nameless PSA on 'The Forgotten' she would never have found her sister." Slater admitted the email made his realize just how important his TV show is, "To get the opportunity to do something on TV... that actually can make a real, significant difference in people's lives and genuinely give them closure is huge." Source Here

Ratings Report: Idol Domination

You'll never believe this, but American Idol dominated the ratings game last night. Truly shocking, we know... 8 p.m. American Idol: 27.9 million viewers NCIS: 20.7 million The Biggest Loser: 7.9 million Scrubs rerun: 2.5 million/Better Off Ted: 2.2 million 90210 rerun: 770,000 9 p.m. American Idol: 31.7 million NCIS: Los Angeles: 15.5 million The Biggest Loser: 8.3 million Scrubs: 2.7 million/Better Off Ted: 2.5 million Melrose Place rerun: 688,000 10 p.m.' The Good Wife: 13.8 million The Jay Leno Show: 6.2 million The Forgotten: 4.4 million Source Here

Elisha Cuthbert Joins The Forgotten

Elisha Cuthbert has joined the cast of The Forgotten in a recurring role. ABC announced on Monday that the actress, who plays Kim Bauer on 24, will play Maxine Denver, a strong and successful Chicago professional who is forced to put her skepticism of "amateur detectives" aside when The Forgotten Network begins investigating a case close to home. The Forgotten, which stars Christian Slater, follows a team of dedicated amateurs who work on murder cases involving unidentified victims after the police have given up. Cuthbert's first episode will air sometime in February. What do you think of the addition? Source Here

TV Ratings: CBS Leads Tuesday, 10 p.m. 'Loser' outdraws Leno - Featured

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2009 The big four broadcast networks had their schedules disrupted by President Obama's address on Afghanistan Tuesday, but when things settled down CBS ended up with the most viewers for the night. Also of note: " The Biggest Loser ," bumped back an hour because of the speech, substantially (and unsurprisingly) outperformed " The Jay Leno Show 's" average at 10 p.m., while the revamped " Scrubs " fell off significantly from its ABC debut last season. For the night, CBS averaged 10.5 million viewers and a 6.9 rating/11 share in households. NBC (9.3 million, 5.9/9) finished second. ABC (5.49 million, 3.5/6) beat FOX (5.46 million, 3.4/5) for third place by the slimmest of margins. The CW trailed with 1.8 million viewers and a 1.3/2. NBC led the adults 18-49 race with a 3.2, beating CBS' 2.4. FOX took third with a 2.1, followed by ABC, 1.6, and The CW, 0.9. Tuesday hour by hour. Ratings for 8 p.m. on the big four are likely to change because of the live news coverage. To Read More Click Here .