Sunday, May 05, 2013

Week 32 TV Ratings and Analysis; How the Sitcoms Did

2012-13 Week 32 TV Ratings (first four nights, Mon-Thu): 

Households: #1. CBS 6.8/10.9 (rating/share); #2. ABC 5.6/9.0; #3. Fox 4.8/7.6; #4. NBC 4.5/7.3; #5. The CW 0.9/1.4
Total Viewers: #1. CBS 10.61 million; #2. ABC 8.47 million; #3. Fox 7.76 million; #4. NBC 7.28 million; #5. The CW 1.42 million.
Adults 18-49: #1. NBC 2.4/7.0 (rating/share); #2. CBS 2.4/6.9; #3. Fox 2.3/6.8; #4. ABC 2.0/5.6; #5. The CW 0.6/1.7 

Week 32 (April 29-May 5) Analysis: The first full week of May sweep has begun and it's pretty close among adults 18-49 with only four tenths separating first to fourth. Through the final first four night network averages, CBS is in first in HH/total viewers but is tied with NBC in adults 18-49. For third place in 18-49, Fox is only a tenth behind CBS and NBC, while ABC is in fourth only three tenths behind Fox. In HH/viewers, CBS has the lead over ABC, with Fox edging fourth place NBC. When the week is done, CBS could take the 18-49 weekly win thanks to a two-hour Amazing Race finale tonight. The battle for second is anyone's game with Fox, NBC and ABC all in the game and probably in that order but it will be very close. CBS will take total viewers for sure and the others will likely remain in the same position as they are through the first four nights. More on that later. As for the previous week, week 31, Fox took home first in adults 18-49 with a 1.88 rating, compared to a 1.73 for second place CBS, with NBC behind at a 1.61 and ABC trailed with a 1.51. Among total viewers, it was of course CBS on top easily over second place ABC. Fox was a close third, while NBC had to settle for fourth.

Monday had NBC win easily over the other networks. But first, ABC started with a two-hour Dancing with the Stars from 8-10pm and did 13.45 million and a 2.08 18-49 rating, which is basically on par in 18-49 with previous week. Then Castle was all-new at 10 and did 10.53 million and a 2.04 18-49 rating, down around three tenths in 18-49 week-to-week but still good for a first place finish. For NBC, they had the two-hour The Voice from 8-10pm that did 12.67 million and a 4.27 18-49 rating, which is down a sharp six tenths in 18-49 from previous week. At 10pm, NBC aired Revolution and did 5.49 million and a 1.82 18-49 rating, down around two tenths in 18-49 from previous week for another series low. Not good news. CBS was all-new, with a new episode of How I Met Your Mother starting it off with 7.06 million and a 2.74 18-49 rating, which is bit below average but the top show that was DVRed for the night (gaining 1.14 18-49 points thanks to DVR). At 8:30pm, Rules of Engagement was all-new and did 6.21 million and a 2.06 18-49 rating, back up around five tenths in 18-49 from previous week's series low. At 9, a new episode of Broke Girls did 7.85 million and a 2.56 18-49 rating, once again below normal. At 9:30pm, a new Mike & Molly also was lower than normal with 8.14 million and a 2.35 18-49 rating. CBS needs some life on this night next season with a new 9pm anchor, I think. At 10pm, Hawaii Five-0 was new and did 7.76 million and just a 1.71 18-49 rating (and the lowest gain from same day DVR on the big four, with only a 0.21 gain in 18-49).  Fox aired the season finale of Bones at 8 and it did 7.36 million and a 2.14 18-49 rating, up around a tenth in 18-49 from previous week. At 9pm, the season finale of new drama The Following at 9pm did 7.82 million and a 2.66 18-49 rating, which is up around two tenths in 18-49 from previous week. It should air like this next season from January-May, repeat free. The CW aired a new Oh Sit! at 8 and did 0.73 million and a 0.27 18-49 rating, which is about on par in 18-49 with previous week. At 9, 90210 was new and did 0.55 million and a 0.26 18-49 rating, horrible but on par in 18-49 with previous week. No wonder it is ending.

On Tuesday, NBC took the night as two-hour of The Voice was enough for a win. On CBS, NCIS was new at 8 and did 18.29 million and a 3.11 18-49 rating, which is up around three tenths in 18-49 week-to-week and Tuesday's biggest gainer in same day DVR with a gain of 1.03 18-49 points. At 9pm, a new NCIS: Los Angeles did 13.07 million and a 2.22 18-49 rating, down about five tenths in 18-49 thanks to the steeper competition from NBC. At 10pm, week ten of Golden Boy in this slot did 7.64 million and a 1.3 18-49 rating, down a tenth in 18-49 from previous week and the lowest gainer in same day DVR among the big four nets with only a tenth gained from its live number. On ABC, at 8pm the seventh week of Splash did 4.32 million and a 0.94 18-49 rating, down about two tenths in 18-49 from previous week. The season finale is this week and go Nicole Eggert! At 9pm, Dancing with the Stars: The Results did 10.89 million and a 1.54 18-49 rating, down about five tenths in 18-49 from previous week for a season low and also affected a lot by NBC, as we said goodbye to Andy Dick. At 10pm, Body of Proof was preempted for the Diane Sawyer special Amanda Knox Speaks and did 8.47 million and a 1.71 18-49 rating, which was up about a tenth in 18-49 from previous week's Body of Proof. NBC aired the Tuesday The Voice from 8-10pm this time and did 11.84 million and a 3.85 18-49 rating, easily #1 in the time period but down about two tenths in 18-49 from previous week's one-hour airing. At 10pm, the new night and time of Grimm did 5.77 million and a 1.89 18-49 rating, which is a bit better than what it does on Fridays, but losing a chuck of its lead-in still. Still way better than Ready for Love, which is pulled. Fox started with Hell's Kitchen at 8 and did 4.79 million and a 2.01 18-49 rating, just about on par in 18-49 with previous week as this is a good option against the NBC juggernaut. At 9pm, New Girl was new finally and did 3.57 million and a 1.95 18-49 rating, which is below normal. At 9:30pm, a new The Mindy Project did just 2.56 million and a 1.31 18-49 rating. The CW aired a new Hart of Dixie and did 1.2 million and a 0.54 18-49 rating, up over a tenth in 18-49 from previous week. A repeat of America's Next Top Model at 9 did 0.52 million and a 0.2 18-49 rating, down a tenth in 18-49 from previous week.

Wednesday it was Fox with the win over CBS and ABC thanks to American Idol, as it airs two-hours every Wednesday and Fox only programs 2 hours a night. But first, CBS started the night off with a new Survivor: Caramoan at 8 doing 9.25 million and a 2.4 18-49 rating, down about five tenths in 18-49 from previous week's season high. Criminal Minds was new at 9 and did 10.13 million and a only a 2.38 18-49 rating, which is way below normal and strange that this show wasn't in the 18 series pick-up. At 10pm, CSI was new and did 9.49 million and a 1.88 18-49 rating, good enough to win in the hour. ABC kicked off the night with a new The Middle doing 7.41 million and a 2.03 18-49 rating, which is decent but below normal. The series premiere of Family Tools was next at 8:30pm and did 5.79 million and a 1.49 18-49 rating and the lowest same day DVR gainer for the night including CW,with just a 0.18 gain in 18-49 from its live numbers.  At 9pm, a new Modern Family did the best of the block and the best of the night with 9.64 million and a 3.55 18-49 rating, bit below normal though but the biggest same day DVR gainer for the night with a gain of 1.16 18-49 rating points. The fifth episode of How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) followed at 9:30pm with 6.2 million and a 2.12 18-49 rating, up about six tenths in 18-49 from previous week when it followed a repeat. Needs to do a tad better, but still decent. At 10pm, Nashville was new and did 5.27 million and a 1.67 18-49 rating, nipping by NBC's drama for second place. On Fox, a two-hour American Idol did a solid 11.26 million and a 2.86 18-49 rating, down like four tenths in 18-49 from previous week. Onto NBC a special countdown episode of The Voice started it off at 8pm with 5.75 million and a 1.68 18-49 rating, which was up like four tenths in 18-49 from previous week's Dateline in the time period. Law & Order: SVU followed at 9pm with a new episode that did 5.79 million and a 1.55 18-49 rating, as that was down over three tenths in 18-49 from previous week's episode which didn't air against any new shows. At 10pm, Chicago Fire was a new and did 6.35 million and a 1.66 18-49 rating, which built on its lead-in but good for third place only (basically tied with ABC for second).  The CW aired a new episode of its hit Arrow and did 2.89 million and a 0.91 18-49 rating, down a tenth in 18-49 from previous week. At 9pm, a new Supernatural did 2.07 million and a 0.92 18-49 rating, as usual - solid and younger-skewing, but down about a tenth in 18-49 from previous week as well. 

On Thursday, it was CBS with the win beating second place ABC by a good margin. Starting with ABC, the season finale of Wife Swap aired and did 3.66 million and a 1.12 18-49 rating, on par in 18-49 with previous week but the lowest same day DVR gainer for the big four nets with just a 0.18 gain in 18-49. At 9pm, Grey's Anatomy was all-new and did 8.87 million and a 3.02 18-49 rating, up three tenths in 18-49 from previous week. The nine-year old series still has legs, mustering a sophomore drama on CBS and slumping shows on Fox and NBC. At 10pm, ABC aired an all-new episode of TV's #1 show at 10pm Scandal doing 8.07 million and a 2.62 18-49 rating, down about two tenths in 18-49 from previous week's series high in adults 18-49. Perhaps the season finale this year will be over a 3 easily. CBS at 8pm had a new The Big Bang Theory did the best of course with 16.29 million and a 4.90 18-49 rating, up four tenths in 18-49 week-to-week and #1 entertainment series of the week. It also had the biggest same day DVR gain of the night with a gain of 1.84 18-49 rating points.  Two and a Half Men followed with a new episode at 8:30pm with 12.12 million and a 3.21 18-49 rating, which is up like four tenths in 18-49 from previous week's season low. At 9, Person of Interest was new at 9pm and did 12.96 million and a 2.44 18-49 rating, on par really in 18-49 with previous week but it still couldn't top the hour with a stronger lead-in. It's just an older skewing series and CBS needs to move it to lower-profile slot like Tuesdays at 10 or Thursdays at 10. At 10pm, Elementary was new and did 9.75 million and a 2.03 18-49 rating, on par in 18-49 with previous week but it can't even compete with Scandal anymore. Fox had American Idol from 8-9pm and did 11.27 million and a 2.63 18-49 rating, which was again down two tenths in 18-49 from previous week for a season low.  Glee was new at 9 and did 5.19 million and a 1.85 18-49 rating, up less than a tenth in 18-49 from previous week. It's getting crushed when it has competition. NBC aired new episodes of its comedies, as a new Community did 2.67 million and a 1.22 18-49 rating, which is up over two tenths in 18-49 from previous week's low. A special one-hour airing of The Office at 8:30pm did only 3.51 million and a 1.84 18-49 rating, which is up over a tenth in 18-49 from previous week's 9pm airing. At 9:30pm, a new episode of Parks & Recreation aired and did 2.99 million and a 1.57 18-49 rating, up about three tenths in 18-49 from previous week. At 10pm, NBC aired week five of new drama Hannibal doing just 2.61 million and a 1.06 18-49 rating, up less than a tenth in 18-49 from previous week's series low. It is Friday-bound if anything next season. The CW's big gun Vampire Diaries aired at 8 and was all-new doing 2.17 million and a 0.98 18-49 rating, basically on par in 18-49 with previous week. At 9, Beauty and the Beast was also new and did 1.23 million and a 0.46 18-49 rating, also on par in 18-49 with previous week. It was picked-up for a second season, but I bet it will be on the move to another night.

Now, final numbers for Friday and Saturday are not available, but we have prelim ratings. On Friday, ABC had the top show as usual and also took the night. At 8pm, Undercover Boss on CBS won its slow hour over second place Kitchen Nightmare on Fox. NBC's Fashion Star and ABC's season finale of Happy Endings were way behind. At 9pm, Friday's #1 show was new and of course that is ABC's Shark Tank and it crushed the competition. Dateline was a distant second for NBC, followed by Vegas on CBS and Fox's Touch was way behind. At 10pm, CBS drama Blue Bloods couldn't top 20/20 on ABC, while Rock Center with Brian Williams on NBC was in third.
Saturday was vey slow and CBS and Fox took the night. Fox took the 8pm hour with Cops but a repeat of The Following at 9pm was last place.  NBC settled for a new Smash at 8pm that was a distant second. ABC's fourth week of new game show Bet On Your Baby was tied for third at 8pm with CBS' Person of Interest repeat. At 9pm, a repeat of The Voice was tied for second and a repeat of SNL at 10 grew from it but NBC was still second place. From 9-11pm, ABC aired 20/20 and took first at 9 and was second at 10. CBS took the 10pm hour with 48 Hours and was tied for second at 9 with a repeat of 48 Hours.

Tonight ABC Sunday is all-new from 7-11pm. All-new episodes of AFV, Once Upon a Time, Revenge and the finale of Red Widow air! Once and Revenge should climb from last week. I think it will be a third place finish for ABC, as 10pm is still troublesome. NBC devotes the night to The Voice repeats from 7-9pm, which will struggle a bit then a new Celebrity Apprentice: All-Stars from 9-11. NBC will likely finish in fourth. CBS has 60 Minutes at 7, followed by the two-hour finale of Amazing Race, and The Mentalist, which will likely be a first place finish. Fox's animation block is all-new from 7:30-10pm, and could be enough to for second for the night. Family Guy should top the night over Once, Amazing Race and Revenge.

As for the week (week 32), CBS should take the week in 18-49 over Fox I think because of extra Amazing Race hour tonight. Fox will likely be in second in 18-49, but NBC and ABC will be close behind. For total viewers, CBS will remain first. ABC will be second over Fox, followed by NBC in a competitive fourth, similar to week 31.  As for the coming week (week 33), we have a lot of season finales, so be on the look out!


Week 32 How the Sitcoms Did

Last Sunday Sitcoms (counts for Week 31 -- April 22-28)
  • The Simpsons (Fox) 2 airings - A new episode at 8 did 4.54 million and a 2.07 18-49 rating, which seems bit below normal. A repeat at 7pm did 2.11 million and a 0.88 18-49 rating, nearly three tenths better in 18-49 than previous week's Bob's Burgers in the time period.
  • The Cleveland Show (Fox) - Its normal time of 7:30pm was new and did 2.66 million and a 1.21 18-49 rating, up around three tenths in 18-49 from previous week.
  • Bob's Burgers (Fox) - The 8:30 airing was new and did 3.5 million and a 1.70 18-49 rating, nearly on par in 18-49 with previous week.
  • Family Guy (Fox) - A new showing at 9 did 4.89 million and a 2.56 18-49 rating, which was still the best of the block and the best of the night.
  • American Dad! (Fox) - A new episode at 9:30pm did 4.03 million and a 1.94 18-49 rating, which is up over a tenth in 18-49 from previous week.
Monday Sitcoms
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS) - A new episode averaged 7.06 million and a 2.74 18-49 rating, which is below normal but the best of the CBS block.
  • Rules of Engagement (CBS) - A new showing did 6.21 million and a 2.06 18-49 rating, which is up about five tenths in 18-49 from previous week's series low.
  • 2 Broke Girls (CBS) - A new episode struggled with 7.85 million and a 2.56 18-49 rating, as perhaps it might be time for it to go back to 8:30pm next season?
  • Mike & Molly (CBS) - At 9:30pm, a new airing of this show built on its lead-in in total viewers with 8.14 million but didn't in 18-49 with a 2.35 18-49 rating.
Tuesday Sitcoms
  • New Girl (Fox) - A new episode did 3.57 million and a 1.95 18-49 rating, which is below what it normally does.
  • The Mindy Project (Fox) - A new airing of this show did only 2.56 million and a 1.31 18-49 rating. Perhaps this show needs to move its time period next season.
Wednesday Sitcoms
  • The Middle (ABC) - A new episode posted 7.41 million and a 2.03 18-49 rating, which is a bit below normal but will probably go up the next two weeks as the season ends.
  • Family Tools (ABC) - The series premiere didn't do so well with 5.79 million and a 1.49 18-49 rating. Not good news, but it did premiere in May, which is odd.
  • Modern Family (ABC) - A new airing at 9 did 9.64 million and a 3.55 18-49 rating, which is the best of the block and for the night.
  • How To Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (ABC) - A new episode at 9:30pm did 6.2 million and a 2.12 18-49 rating, up over six tenths in 18-49 from previous week when it followed a repeat. Needs to do a bit better, but decent still.
Thursday Sitcoms
  • The Big Bang Theory (CBS) - A new episode at 8pm posted 16.29 million and a 4.90 18-49 rating, which is excellent and up around four tenths in 18-49 from previous week.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS) - A new episode followed with 12.12 million and a 3.21 18-49 rating, which also grew about four tenths in 18-49 from previous week.
  • Community (NBC) - A new episode did just 2.67 million and a 1.22 18-49 rating, up over two tenths in 18-49 from previous week. I still don't think NBC will bring it back. Perhaps Comedy Central?
  • The Office (NBC) - A special one-hour airing from 8:30pm-9:30pm was all-new and did a forgetful 3.51 million and a 1.84 18-49 rating, up over a tenth in 18-49 from previous week's 9pm airing.
  • Parks & Recreation (NBC) - A new episode at 9:30pm did 2.99 million and a 1.57 18-49 rating, up around three tenths in 18-49 from previous week.
Friday Sitcoms
  • Happy Endings (ABC) 2 episodes - An all-new episode at 8pm struggled with just a prelim 2.72 million and a prelim 0.8 18-49 rating, but up three tenths in 18-49 from previous week's prelim ratings.  The season finale followed with just a prelim 2.13 million and a prelim 0.7 18-49 rating, up a tenth in 18-49 from previous week's prelim ratings. If ABC passes, I hope USA or TBS or anyone picks it up. It's such a good show.
Saturday Sitcoms
  • None.
Airing tonight (Sunday) are a new episodes of Fox Animation Domination comedies from 7:30-10pm, following an encore at 7.

Summing it up. The Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls were impressive for the week. Everything else was OK (such as New Girl, The Middle) or just plain terrible (such as The Mindy Project, Family Tools, Community).


New on DVD/Blu-ray (March/April)

The Jamie Foxx Show - The Complete Second Season What I Like About You - The Complete Second Season Newhart - The Final (Eighth) Season Diff'rent Strokes - The Complete Fifth Season Father Knows Best - Season Five

03/03 - The Dick Van Dyke Show - Now... In Living Color! (Blu-ray)
03/07 - The Jamie Foxx Show - The Complete Second Season
03/07 - Mama's Family - Mama's Favorites
03/07 - That '70s Show - The Complete Series - Flashback Edition (Blu-ray)
03/07 - What I Like About You - The Complete Second Season
03/07 - You Me Her - Season One
03/14 - Newhart - The Final (Eighth) Season
03/14 - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - Season Two
03/21 - Master of None - Season One
04/04 - Diff'rent Strokes - The Complete Fifth Season
04/11 - Father Knows Best - Season Five
04/11 - Schitt's Creek - The Complete Third Season
04/11 - Silicon Valley - The Complete Third Season (Blu-ray)
04/11 - Veep - The Complete Fifth Season
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Sitcoms Airing Tonight

Tuesday, April 25

The Middle - "Trip and Fall" (ABC, 8:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Trashy neighbor Rita Glossner (Brooke Shields) talks an apprehensive Frankie into taking a road trip to an unknown destination; Mike takes an embarrassing fall at the quarry and has to deal with even more embarrassment when OSHA is called in to investigate; and Sue attempts to convince Axl to end his estrangement with the family after learning their true feelings about April.

American Housewife - "The Otto Motto" (ABC, 8:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
When Taylor keeps quitting school activities, Greg says that Katie, quite the quitter herself, sets a poor example. He challenges her to finally learn French after quitting lessons so long ago, so she reluctantly enrolls in a college class.

Speechless - "S-I-- SICK D-A-- DAY" (ABC, 9:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
When Maya gets sick, Jimmy is forced to be the mom of the house, and Dylan becomes Kenneth’s replacement for JJ when Kenneth also gets sick. Jimmy ends up doing well with Maya’s normal duties, but he tries to keep it from her to avoid her feeling bad. Meanwhile, JJ protects Dylan from a boy she’s interested in. And despite its illness, the family bands together and pulls an all-nighter to finish Ray’s school project.

Imaginary Mary - "In a World Where Worlds Collide" (ABC, 9:30PM ET/PT)
Alice freaks out when her friends want to meet Ben. But when an outing with everyone goes surprisingly well, Alice wants to meet Ben’s friends. However, Ben is hesitant but devises a plan that will impress Alice; but later, he makes a surprising admission.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine - "The Last Ride" (Fox, 8:00PM ET/PT)
In what could be their last case as partners, Jake and Charles go to great extremes to apprehend a local bike thief. Terry shockingly isn’t in the lead for “Mr. Nine-Nine” (the detective who has solved the most cases), leaving Rosa determined to boost his ego. Meanwhile, Amy spends some precious time with Holt.

The Mick - "The Implant" (Fox, 8:30PM ET/PT)
Sabrina tells Mickey she wants to augment her figure, so Mickey decides the best way to dissuade her from doing so is to do a test-run in public. Meanwhile, Jimmy takes Chip and Ben to a baseball game to teach them how to be more masculine.

Great News - "Pilot" (NBC, 9:00PM ET/PT)
Katie (Briga Heelan), a frustrated cable news producer, is horrified when her mom, Carol (Andrea Martin), gets an internship at "The Breakdown." Despite Katie's best efforts, Carol is instantly beloved by the entire office, including blowhard veteran anchor Chuck (John Michael Higgins). But when Katie hits a roadblock while producing a big story, she realizes that maybe having a mom at work isn't such a bad thing.

Great News - "Bear Attack" (NBC, 9:30PM ET/PT)
Katie (Briga Heelan) tries to set workplace boundaries with Carol (Andrea Martin), but when a big story about an escaped bear lands in her lap, her mom can't help but meddle. Meanwhile, Greg (Adam Campbell) tries to get Chuck (John Michael Higgins) and Portia (Nicole Richie) to do a little friendly banter at the end of the show.

The Detour - "The Mule" (TBS, 10:00PM ET/PT)
Robin and Nate live out their action movie fantasies as they make their way to the kids, who are actually doing fine without them.

The Detour - "The Ass" (TBS, 10:30PM ET/PT)
The family reunites, but this time Robin makes a huge mistake.

Complete TV Listings


Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows (Week of April 24)

Tuesday, April 25

  • Amanda Peet (Brockmire/Togetherness/Bent) - Catch Amanda on a repeat of Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11:35pm on ABC. She also appears on The Late Late Show with James Corden at 12:37am on CBS.
  • Patton Oswalt (The Goldbergs/The King of Queens) - Patton stops by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at 11:34pm on NBC.
  • Kal Penn (We Are Men/How I Met Your Mother) - Kal is a guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden at 12:37am on CBS.
  • Sanaa Lathan (Family Guy/The Cleveland Show/LateLine) - Sanaa stops by Last Call with Carson Daly at 1:35am on NBC.
  • Reid Scott (Veep/My Boys) - Reid visits Last Call with Carson Daly at 1:35am on NBC.
  • Arden Myrin (Working) - Arden appears on @midnight on Comedy Central at midnight.
  • Hank Azaria (Brockmire/The Simpsons/Free Agents) - Hank is a guest on Conan at 11pm on TBS.
  • Andrea Martin (Difficult People/Working the Engels) - Andrea visits Watch What Happens: Live at 11pm on Bravo.
  • John Leguizamo (The Brothers Garcia) - John guest co-hosts LIVE! with Kelly, so check your listings.
  • Patti LaBelle (Out All Night) - Patti will be on ABC's Good Morning America sometime between 7-9am.
  • Andrea Martin (Great News/Difficult People/Working the Engels) - Andrea talks about Good News on NBC's Today sometime between 7-9am and in the 10am hour.
  • Alfonso Ribeiro (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air/In the House/Silver Spoons) - Alfonso will be on NBC's Today in the 9am hour.
  • Jason Jones (The Detour) - Jason talks about The Detour on NBC's Today in the 9am hour.
  • Ross Lynch (Austin & Ally) - Ross opens up about his new movie My Friend Dahmer on People Now at 8:30am.
  • Tim Daly (Wings) - Tim is a guest on the AOL Build Show at 11am.
  • Peter Engel (Producer of Saved by the Bell/California Dreams/Hang Time) - Peter dishes about his new memoir I Was Saved by the Bell on the The Wendy Williams Show at 2am on BET or on your local stations.
  • Sherri Shepherd (Trial & Error/Less Than Perfect/Sherri) - Sherri is a guest on The Real, so check your local listings.
  • Danny DeVito (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia/Taxi) - Danny appears on Access Hollywood Live, so check your local listings.