Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Classic TV Moms Reunite on Nick at Nite's Instant Mom; Seth MacFarlane Comedy Coming to Starz Starring Patrick Stewart

Marion Ross, Meredith Baxter, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Florence Henderson, Jackee, and Tempestt Bledsoe

This Mother's Day, Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite pays tribute to moms with the coming together of four classic TV mothers РHappy Days Marion Ross, The Brady Bunch's Florence Henderson, Family Ties Meredith Baxter, Sister, Sister's Jackèe Рand one classic TV daughter, The Cosby Show's Tempestt Bledsoe who will join star Tia Mowry-Hardrict in an unforgettable episode of Nick at Nite's Instant Mom, premiering next Thursday, May 8 at 8pm (ET/PT). In Instant Mom's "Not Your Mother's Day," Stephanie (Mowry-Hardrict) is excited for her first Mother's Day, but is disappointed when she learns the family intends to celebrate her on Stepmother's Day instead. Stephanie takes her own mother, Maggie (Sheryl Lee Ralph) for a last-minute spa trip to celebrate the holiday and gets some unexpected "mom" advice from a few experts who attempt to cheer her up. All four iconic TV moms chime in about their own experience being a mother, giving a hysterical nod reflecting their classic characters.

Recently picked up for a second season, Instant Mom follows Stephanie (Mowry-Hardrict), a party girl who marries Charlie (Michael Boatman, Spin City) and struggles to maintain some sense of her fun-loving, slightly irresponsible life while managing being a full-time stepmom. Sheryl Lee Ralph (Moesha) stars as Stephanie's overbearing mother Maggie, who is never shy about making known her point of view on parenting or pointing out its superiority to her daughter’s approach.


Patrick Stewart

STARZ announced a two-season, 20-episode greenlight of Blunt Talk, a half-hour scripted comedy series from Media Rights Capital (MRC). The project, from Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, Ted, A Million Ways to Die in the West) and Jonathan Ames (Bored to Death), was picked up straight-to-series with 20 episodes over two seasons, set to air in 2015. Patrick Stewart (X-Men franchise, Ted) will play the lead role of Walter Blunt and also serves as a producer. Patrick Stewart next returns to the big screen reprising his role as 'Professor Charles Xavier' in X-Men: Days of Future Past, out May 23, and stars in the independent comedy-drama, Match, which just premiered to rave reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Blunt Talk is a character-driven comedy revolving around Walter Blunt (Patrick Stewart), a British import intent on conquering the world of American cable news. Through the platform of his nightly interview show, Blunt is on a mission to impart his wisdom and guidance on how Americans should live, think and behave. Besieged by network bosses, a dysfunctional news staff, numerous ex-wives and children of all ages, Blunt's only support is the alcoholic manservant he transplanted from the U.K. to join him in Los Angeles. The series follows the fallout from Blunt's well-intentioned, but mostly misguided decision-making, both on and off the air.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Maude and Designing Women to Join Logo; Craig Ferguson to Leave Late Late Show

Maude Designing Women

So then there was Maude. The sitcom will indeed be joining the schedule after it airs its Mother's Day marathon on Sunday, May 11. As of now, it will air in a block format with no set time, just like Logo's other sitcoms as part of their "Sitcom Therapy" line-up. Maude is scheduled to air Tuesday, May 13 from 12pm-4:30pm. Other airtimes after that are to be announced. We also mentioned Designing Women was coming to Logo but then they decided to delay the launch. Now it's on again...as of now. The '80s sitcom will premiere Saturday, May 17 with a marathon from 2pm-12am. Delta Burke, Dixie Carter, Annie Potts, and Jean Smart star in this legendary sitcom about a small interior design firm in Atlanta. Things could as always change, but we will let you know if that happens. For now, get ready for Maude and Designing Women on Logo! Stay tuned for any other updates.


Craig Ferguson

First Letterman, now Ferguson. Craig Ferguson announced that he has decided to step down as host of The Late Late Show in December 2014. Ferguson broke the news yesterday afternoon to his studio audience during the taping of the show, which broadcasts weeknights at 12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT. Said Ferguson, "CBS and I are not getting divorced, we are 'consciously uncoupling,' but we will still spend holidays together and share custody of the fake horse and robot skeleton, both of whom we love very much." Ferguson has several projects in the works, including hosting Celebrity Name Game, a syndicated game show beginning fall 2014, as well as developing television projects via his Green Mountain West production company.

Since its debut in 2005, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson has won critical acclaim for its unpredictable style and its host's versatility and charm. The Scottish-born actor, writer, director and producer brought a unique approach to late night television, earning the show a Peabody Award in 2009, and an Emmy Award nomination for himself in 2006. The program's signatures include an extended, unscripted monologue and guest interviews noted for their free-wheeling nature. A new host will be named at a later date. Letterman will be replaced by Stephen Colbert, so perhaps another younger skewing host will replace Ferguson. Stay with us.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Walker, Texas Ranger Heads to TV Land; Seth Meyers to Host 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

Walker, Texas Ranger

TV Land is adding Walker, Texas Ranger to its line-up beginning today (Monday, April 28). The Chuck Norris series will air weekdays at approx. 4pm & 5pm with back-to-back episodes. It will begin with the series' first episode where Walker has to deal with a new partner named Trivette, while a group of men terrorizing a circus family who camp out at his home and some tough, bad guys who plan on the ultimate bank stunt. In addition to Walker, Texas Ranger , TV Land is re-adding The Nanny to the line-up as the series will air Mondays from 6pm-9pm. TV Land will now have mini blocks of sitcoms from 6-9pm each evening, with The Nanny on Mondays, Roseanne on Tuesdays, Gilligan's Island on Wednesdays, The Golden Girls on Thursdays and The Cosby Show on Fridays. And that's not all! The Brady Bunch is now moving to weeknights, as the sitcom will air in primetime on weeknights (except Wednesdays) from 9-10pm. It will not air on weekends anymore it seems, as The Nanny joins the weekend block of block marathons with The Cosby Show, Roseanne, Gilligan's Island, Three's Company and originals.

Back to weekdays, The Andy Griffith Show is moving to 9-10:30am as a result of Walker and the sitcom blocks being added. Westerns follow with Gunsmoke and Bonanza from 10:30am-4pm. In late night, Raymond and King of Queens air from 10pm-3:30am, with some originals mixed in. And in the overnight, Roseanne, Three's Company, Cosby Show and more original encores are airing. Stay with us for continued updates.


Seth Meyers

Seth Meyers has been named host of the 66th Primetime Emmy(R) Awards, to be telecast live Monday, Aug. 25 LIVE at 8pm ET/5pm PT on NBC. The event takes place at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Award-winning director and producer Don Mischer will serve as executive producer, producing with Mischer will be Charlie Haykel and Julianne Hare. Meyers is the host of NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers and was a member of Saturday Night Live since 2001. In addition to being the show's head writer, Meyers was also a co-anchor of the show's popular "Weekend Update" segment. Meyers, who is also an Emmy winner, was named by Time as one of the 100 most influential people in the world for 2014. Additionally, the Television Academy will host the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014. Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday, July 10. Stay with us on that date for the nominees.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Week 31 TV Ratings and Analysis; How the Sitcoms Did

2013-14 Week 31 TV Ratings (first four nights, Mon-Thu): 

Households: #1. CBS 5.3/9 rating/share (-5% from first four nights Week 30); #2. ABC 4.6/8 (even); #3. NBC 4.0/7 (-5%); #4. Fox 3.4/5 (even); #5. The CW 1.0/2 (even)
Total Viewers: #1. CBS 8.23 million (-7% from first four nights Week 30); #2. ABC 7.10 million (+1%); #3. NBC 6.28 million (-4%); #4. Fox 5.42 million (+1%); #5. The CW 1.56 million (+3%).
Adults 18-49: #1. NBC 1.7/5 rating/share (-6% from first four nights Week 30); #2. CBS 1.7/5 (even); #3. ABC 1.6/5 (-6%); #4. Fox 1.5/5 (even) #5. The CW 0.6/2 (even)

For previous week's final ratings, Week 30 (4/14/14-4/20/14) had ABC win the week in 18-49 with a 1.5 rating, followed by CBS' 1.4, NBC's 1.4 and Fox's 1.3. In total viewers, CBS lead this with 7.86 million, beating ABC which did 6.45 million, NBC followed with 5.42 million, and Fox trailed with 4.03 million.
Season to-date (9/23/13-4/20/14) in 18-49, NBC is on top with a 2.8, over Fox's Super Bowl-fueled 2.6, CBS is next with a 2.4, and ABC at a 2.1. In total viewers, CBS is still on top with 10.83 million, then NBC is second with 9.62, Fox is at 7.6 and ABC is at 7.52 as they are creeping in to catch Super Bowl-fueled Fox.

Back to week 31, read our full night-by-night analysis followed by how the sitcoms did! GREAT showings are in BOLD. If they are in bold in both total viewers and 18-49, then it is very impressive:


Week 31 (April 21-27) Analysis















Last Sunday (Apr 20)(Week 30)This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
60 MinutesCBS7:00PM8,884,00010,987,000 (2,103,000)1.081.63 (0.55)
Charlie Brown EasterABC7:00PM3,705,0005,923,000 (2,218,000)1.001.30 (0.30)REPEAT vs. AFV
American Dream BuildersNBC7:00PM2,308,0004,403,000 (2,095,000)0.540.78 (0.24)vs. Dateline
Bob's BurgersFox7:00PM1,522,0001,832,000 (310,000)0.640.76 (0.12)
American DadFox7:30PM1,485,0002,363,000 (878,000)0.601.15 (0.55)REPEAT
The Amazing RaceCBS8:00PM7,651,0008,835,000 (1,184,000)1.701.79 (0.09)
Once Upon a TimeABC8:00PM5,946,0006,499,000 (553,000)1.751.98 (0.23)
DatelineNBC8:00PM3,696,0003,087,000 609,000 0.820.70 0.12 vs. American Dream
The SimpsonsFox8:00PM2,182,0003,638,000 (1,456,000)0.901.66 (0.76)REPEAT
Family GuyFox8:30PM2,688,0004,386,000 (1,698,000)1.202.12 (0.92)REPEAT
The Good WifeCBS9:00PM9,147,0009,833,000 (686,000)1.331.48 (0.15)
Hallmark Movie: In My DreamsABC9:00PM4,786,000
4,786,000 0.99
0.99 9-11P
ResurrectionABC9:00PM
7,461,000 (7,461,000)
2.08 (2.08)
BelieveNBC9:00PM4,539,0004,344,000 195,000 1.131.01 0.12
Cosmos: SpacetimeFox9:00PM3,742,0003,490,000 252,000 1.381.25 0.13
The MentalistCBS10:00PM8,649,0009,021,000 (372,000)1.381.57 (0.19)
Revenge ABC10:00PM
5,265,000 (5,265,000)
1.34 (1.34)
CrisisNBC10:00PM3,726,0004,072,000 (346,000)0.881.11 (0.23)




















Monday

This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
2 Broke GirlsCBS8:00PM7,096,0007,220,000 (124,000)2.142.31 (0.17)
Dancing with the StarsABC8:00PM14,057,00014,776,000 (719,000)2.172.33 (0.16)8-10P
The VoiceNBC8:00PM11,188,00011,849,000 (661,000)3.003.36 (0.36)8-10P
BonesFox8:00PM5,966,0005,792,000 174,000 1.481.38 0.10
Star CrossedCW8:00PM814,000758,000 56,000 0.270.28 (0.01)
Friends w/Better LivesCBS8:30PM5,407,0005,690,000 (283,000)1.711.83 (0.12)
Mike & MollyCBS9:00PM7,325,0007,490,000 (165,000)1.892.09 (0.20)
The FollowingFox9:00PM4,420,0004,358,000 62,000 1.381.44 (0.06)
Tomorrow PeopleCW9:00PM760,0001,059,000 (299,000)0.250.42 (0.17)vs. REPEAT
The Big Bang TheoryCBS9:30PM6,936,0006,859,000 77,000 1.901.88 0.02 REPEAT vs. Mom
NCIS: LACBS10:00PM4,382,0004,526,000 (144,000)0.900.95 (0.05)REPEAT vs. Person of Int (R)
CastleABC10:00PM9,764,0008,137,000 1,627,000 1.841.27 0.57 vs. REPEAT
The BlacklistNBC10:00PM11,243,0005,820,000 5,423,000 2.851.53 1.32 vs. REPEAT










Tuesday

This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
NCISCBS8:00PM10,398,00017,122,000 (6,724,000)1.202.20 (1.00)REPEAT
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.ABC8:00PM6,039,0003,591,000 2,448,000 1.931.08 0.85 vs. REPEAT
The VoiceNBC8:00PM11,288,00011,815,000 (527,000)2.772.98 (0.21)
GleeFox8:00PM2,448,0002,441,000 7,000 0.920.96 (0.04)
The OriginalsCW8:00PM1,500,0001,519,000 (19,000)0.650.69 (0.04)
NCIS: LACBS9:00PM10,181,00014,688,000 (4,507,000)1.402.11 (0.71)REPEAT
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.ABC9:00PM
5,516,000 (5,516,000)
2.11 (2.11)
The GoldbergsABC9:00PM3,117,000
3,117,000 0.90
0.90 REPEAT
About a BoyNBC9:00PM6,860,0006,992,000 (132,000)1.881.79 0.09
New GirlFox9:00PM1,383,0002,187,000 (804,000)0.601.15 (0.55)REPEAT
SupernaturalCW9:00PM2,099,0001,602,000 497,000 0.910.73 0.18
Trophy WifeABC9:30PM2,223,000
2,223,000 0.60
0.60 REPEAT
Growing Up FisherNBC9:30PM5,830,0005,889,000 (59,000)1.471.52 (0.05)
Mindy ProjectFox9:30PM2,142,0001,952,000 190,000 1.040.99 0.05
Person of InterestCBS10:00PM7,532,00010,743,000 (3,211,000)1.101.76 (0.66)REPEAT
Celebrity Wife SwapABC10:00PM3,128,0003,222,000 (94,000)0.911.01 (0.10)
Chicago FireNBC10:00PM4,175,0006,896,000 (2,721,000)0.901.66 (0.76)REPEAT










Wednesday
This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
Survivor Blood v WaterCBS8:00PM9,433,0009,348,000 85,000 2.262.29 (0.03)
The MiddleABC8:00PM7,191,0005,227,000 1,964,000 1.931.34 0.59 vs. REPEAT
SuburgatoryABC8:30PM5,463,0003,747,000 1,716,000 1.651.05 0.60 vs. REPEAT
Law & Order: SVUNBC8:00PM4,131,0004,610,000 (479,000)0.901.12 (0.22)REPEAT
American IdolFox8:00PM9,020,0008,529,000 491,000 2.101.94 0.16 8-10P
ArrowCW8:00PM2,192,0002,260,000 (68,000)0.690.71 (0.02)
Criminal MindsCBS9:00PM6,356,0006,884,000 (528,000)1.201.41 (0.21)REPEAT
Modern FamilyABC9:00PM9,591,0005,288,000 4,303,000 3.491.60 1.89 vs. REPEAT
Law & Order: SVUNBC9:00PM4,414,0005,133,000 (719,000)1.101.28 (0.18)REPEAT
MixologyABC9:30PM4,317,0003,855,000 462,000 1.531.19 0.34
The 100CW9:00PM1,968,0001,801,000 167,000 0.580.53 0.05
CSICBS10:00PM7,064,0006,793,000 271,000 1.201.21 (0.01)REPEAT
Nashville: On The RecordABC10:00PM4,332,0002,877,000 1,455,000 1.040.71 0.33 vs. Nashville (R)
Chicago P.D.NBC10:00PM3,635,0004,174,000 (539,000)0.901.01 (0.11)REPEAT










Thursday
This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
The Big Bang TheoryCBS8:00PM16,436,0009,687,000 6,749,000 4.482.20 2.28 vs. REPEAT
Kimmel: Scandal SpecialABC8:00PM2,790,0003,590,000 (800,000)0.600.85 (0.25)REPEAT vs. Greys (R)
Parks & RecreationNBC8:00PM2,710,000
2,710,000 0.97
0.97 8-9P
CommunityNBC8:00PM
2,871,000 (2,871,000)
0.98 (0.98)preempted
Hell's KitchenFox8:00PM4,924,0004,949,000 (25,000)1.701.73 (0.03)
Vampire DiariesCW8:00PM1,814,0001,663,000 151,000 0.760.71 0.05
The MillersCBS8:30PM9,958,00010,907,000 (949,000)2.402.65 (0.25) vs. Big Bang (R)
Parks & RecreationNBC8:30PM
2,395,000 (2,395,000)
0.93 (0.93)
Two and a Half MenCBS9:00PM9,347,0006,185,000 3,162,000 2.471.57 0.90 vs. Crazy Ones
Grey's AnatomyABC9:00PM7,993,0008,447,000 (454,000)2.332.62 (0.29)
SNL Prime: ShortsNBC9:00PM2,466,000
2,466,000 0.98
0.98 9-11P
Hollywood Game NightNBC9:00PM
3,212,000 (3,212,000)
0.93 (0.93)preempted
American IdolFox9:00PM7,681,0007,971,000 (290,000)1.811.90 (0.09)
ReignCW9:00PM1,353,0001,390,000 (37,000)0.470.42 0.05
Bad TeacherCBS9:30PM7,795,0005,225,000 2,570,000 2.061.30 0.76 premiere vs. Crazy Ones
Surviving JackFox9:30PM3,892,0004,295,000 (403,000)1.001.04 (0.04)
ElementaryCBS10:00PM8,129,0006,130,000 1,999,000 1.591.02 0.57 vs. NCIS (R)
Black BoxABC10:00PM6,872,00010,573,000 (3,701,000)1.503.45 (1.95)premiere vs. Scandal finale
ParenthoodNBC10:00PM
3,991,000 (3,991,000)
1.28 (1.28)










Friday(PRELIMINARY #s) This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
UnforgettableCBS8:00PM7,572,0007,171,000 401,000 0.900.90 -
Last Man StandingABC8:00PM5,853,0005,391,000 462,000 1.301.18 0.12 FINALE
DatelineNBC8:00PM6,006,0005,240,000 766,000 1.200.90 0.30 vs. REPEAT
Kitchen NightmaresFox8:00PM2,821,0002,992,000 (171,000)1.001.04 (0.04)
Whose Line Is It Anyway?CW8:00PM1,693,0001,356,000 337,000 0.500.42 0.08
Last Man StandingABC8:30PM4,787,0004,093,000 694,000 1.000.80 0.20 REPEAT
Whose Line Is It Anyway?CW8:30PM1,535,0001,261,000 274,000 0.500.40 0.10 REPEAT
Hawaii Five-0CBS9:00PM9,172,0006,447,000 2,725,000 1.200.70 0.50 vs. REPEAT
Shark TankABC9:00PM6,864,0006,772,000 92,000 1.701.67 0.03
GrimmNBC9:00PM5,226,0006,469,000 (1,243,000)1.301.20 0.10 vs. Dateline
Hart of DixieCW9:00PM925,000803,000 122,000 0.300.26 0.04
Kitchen NightmaresFox9:00PM3,151,0002,564,000 587,000 1.200.92 0.28
Blue BloodsCBS10:00PM10,812,0008,539,000 2,273,000 1.300.90 0.40 vs. REPEAT
20/20ABC10:00PM5,808,0008,426,000 (2,618,000)1.401.84 (0.44)
HannibalNBC10:00PM2,825,0002,802,000 23,000 1.000.84 0.16










Saturday(PRELIMINARY #s) This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-This WkPrev WeekWk-to-Wk +/-
TitleNetworkTimeTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes
The Ten CommandmentsABC7:00PM
5,721,000 (5,721,000)
1.00 (1.00)
ComedytimeCBS8:00PM2,617,0002,092,000 525,000 0.500.40 0.10 REPEAT
ABC Movie: Despicable MeABC8:00PM3,133,000
3,133,000 0.90
0.90 8-10P
DatelineNBC8:00PM5,173,0004,502,000 671,000 0.900.90 - 8-10P
UFCFox8:00PM5,182,0002,529,000 2,653,000 1.201.10 0.10 8-10P vs. UFC
ComedytimeCBS8:30PM2,076,0001,947,000 129,000 0.400.40 - REPEAT
CrimetimeCBS9:00PM3,689,0002,908,000 781,000 0.500.60 (0.10)
20/20 SaturdayABC9:00PM

-

-
48 Hours MysteryCBS10:00PM5,523,0005,571,000 (48,000)0.900.92 (0.02)
Nightline PrimeABC10:00PM3,041,000
3,041,000 0.60
0.60
SNL(R) NBC10:00PM2,740,0002,723,000 17,000 0.900.90 - REPEAT


Sitcoms in green did excellent for the week, while yellow indicates OK showings and red is not good! This is sorted by adults 18-49: 


Week 31 (April 21-27) How the Sitcoms Did
(Sun comedies are previous week and Fri/Sat are prelim ratings)
Sorted by 18-49 Rtg
TitleNetworkTimeDayTotal Viewers18-49 RtgNotes







The Big Bang TheoryCBS8:00PMThu16,436,0004.48
Modern FamilyABC9:00PMWed9,591,0003.49
Two and a Half MenCBS9:00PMThu9,347,0002.47
The MillersCBS8:30PMThu9,958,0002.40
2 Broke GirlsCBS8:00PMMon7,096,0002.14
Bad TeacherCBS9:30PMThu7,795,0002.06PREMIERE
The MiddleABC8:00PMWed7,191,0001.93
The Big Bang TheoryCBS9:30PMMon6,936,0001.90REPEAT
Mike & MollyCBS9:00PMMon7,325,0001.89
About a BoyNBC9:00PMTue6,860,0001.88
Friends with Better LivesCBS8:30PMMon5,407,0001.71
SuburgatoryABC8:30PMWed5,463,0001.65
MixologyABC9:30PMWed4,317,0001.53
Growing Up FisherNBC9:30PMTue5,830,0001.47
Last Man StandingABC8:00PMFri5,853,0001.3FINALE
Family GuyFox8:30PMSun2,688,0001.20REPEAT
The Mindy ProjectFox9:30PMTue2,142,0001.04
Surviving JackFox9:30PMThu3,892,0001.00
Last Man StandingABC8:30PMFri4,787,0001.0REPEAT
Parks & RecreationNBC8:00PMThu2,710,0000.971 hr.
The SimpsonsFox8:00PMSun2,182,0000.90REPEAT
The GoldbergsABC9:00PMTue3,117,0000.9REPEAT
Bob's BurgersFox7:00PMSun1,522,0000.64
American Dad!Fox7:30PMSun1,485,0000.60REPEAT
New GirlFox9:00PMTue1,383,0000.60REPEAT
Trophy WifeABC9:30PMTue2,223,0000.60REPEAT
Comedytime (R) CBS8:00PMSat2,617,0000.5REPEAT
Comedytime (R) CBS8:30PMSat2,076,0000.4REPEAT
MomCBS9:30PMMon

preempted
CommunityNBC8:00PMThu

preempted
Animation DominationFox7:00PMSun

preempted
Animnation DominationFox7:30PMSun

preempted
The Crazy OnesCBS9:30PMThu

completed
The NeighborsABC8:30PMFri

completed
How I Met Your MotherCBS8:00PMMon

completed
Brooklyn Nine-NineFox9:30PMTue

completed
DadsFox8:00PMTue

completed
Super Fun NightABC9:30PMWed

completed
Raising HopeFox9:30PMFri

canceled
EnlistedFox9:00PMFri

canceled
Sean Saves the WorldNBC9:00PMThu

canceled
The Michael J. Fox ShowNBC9:30PMThu

canceled
We Are MenCBS8:30PMMon

canceled
Welcome to the FamilyNBC8:30PMThu

canceled
Back in the GameABC8:30PMWed

canceled

SOURCE: Nielsen Media Research


Sitcoms Airing Tonight

Tuesday, June 18

The Conners - "Tangled Up in Blue" (ABC, 8:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Darlene is in for one surprise after another when David introduces his girlfriend, Blue (Juliette Lewis), at a parent-teacher conference and mentions that Mark and Harris will be spending the weekend with them. Dan hires Becky to help out at work, but they both come to learn that she might need more help than she can offer.

American Housewife - "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems" (ABC, 8:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
After coming to terms with the fact that she must share her work bonus with Greg, Katie encourages him to live a little and the two decide to splurge on an overnight getaway. Meanwhile, Oliver’s attempt at a rebellious streak ends in disaster; and after letting Anna-Kat down, Taylor comes to the realization that she needs to step up and be a better big sister.

Modern Family - "I Love a Family" (ABC, 9:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
The Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan are going to be setting off more than a few fireworks when they get together at the annual Fourth of July parade where Jay will be acting as the grand marshal. Meanwhile, Haley’s goodbye with Arvin before his trip to Switzerland doesn’t go as well as she pictured it and is distracted by the return of an old flame.

The Goldbergs - "8-Bit Goldbergs" (ABC, 9:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Adam is thrilled when he has to design his own video game for school, so he turns to his family for inspiration. Meanwhile, Beverly is worried about Pops’ gambling and ropes Bill Lewis into her latest scheme.

Modern Family - "Kiss and Tell" (ABC, 10:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Haley needs a little help deciding whether or not to tell Arvin about her kiss with Dylan and goes to Mitch and Cam for their advice. Meanwhile, Gloria suspects Manny’s Canadian girlfriend is made up and wants to find out the real truth.

black-ish - "Purple Rain" (ABC, 10:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
The family is shocked to learn that Jack and Diane are not familiar with the iconic music of Prince. One by one, each member of the family works to explain Prince’s tremendous impact on their lives through his music.

The Detour - "The Search" (TBS, 10:30PM ET/PT)
The Parkers embark on a world-wide search to find their runaway daughter, Delilah.

Sydney to the Max - "As Bad As She Gets" (Disney Channel, 8:30PM ET/PT)
Sydney surprises Max for his birthday by inviting adult Leo to visit from San Francisco; young Leo is worried that his parents will send him to a different school.

Complete TV Listings


Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows (Week of June 17)

Tuesday, June 18

  • Joel McHale (Community/The Great Indoors) - Catch Joel on Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11:35pm on ABC.
  • Betty Gilpin (GLOW/Nurse Jackie) - Betty drops by Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11:35pm on ABC.
  • Adam DeVine (Workaholics/Modern Family) - Adam appears on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at 11:34pm on NBC.
  • Eva Longoria (Telenovela) - Eva stops by Late Night with Seth Meyers at 12:36am on NBC.
  • Jacki Weaver (Blunt Talk) - Jacki is a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers at 12:36am on NBC.
  • Dax Shepard (Bless This Mess) - Dax chats with the ladies of The View on ABC at 11am ET/10am CT-PT.
  • Rocky Carroll (Roc) - Rocky visits The Talk on CBS at 2pm ET/1pm CT-PT.
  • Robin Givens (Head of the Class) - Robin talks about Ambitions on NBC's Today in the 10am hour, on the BUILD Series at 1pm and on New York Live on WNBC in New York at 11:30am ET.
  • Keegan-Michael Key (Friends from College/Playing House/Gary Unmarried) - Keegan-Michael talks about Toy Story 4 on ABC's Good Morning America sometime between 7-9am.
  • Rev Run (All About the Washingtons) - Rev Run talks about his new health mission to stop diabetes on a repeat of The Dr. Oz Show, so check your local listings.
  • Jason Jones (The Detour) - Jason talks about The Detour on the BUILD Series at 3pm.


New on DVD/Blu-ray (April/May/June)

Evening Shade - The Complete Collection Perfect Strangers - The Complete Seventh and Eighth Seasons My Three Sons - The Third Season - Volume One The Brady Bunch - 50th Anniversary The Brady-est TV & Movie Collection Will & Grace (The Revival) - Season Two

04/02 - Archer: Danger Island - The Complete Season Nine
04/09 - You're the Worst - The Complete Fifth Season
04/12 - Evening Shade - The Complete Collection
04/16 - The Big C - The Complete Series (Blu-ray)
05/07 - Baskets - The Complete Season Three
05/13 - I'm Dying Up Here - Season 2
05/13 - My Three Sons - The Third Season - Volume One
05/13 - My Three Sons - The Third Season - Volume Two
05/14 - The Donna Reed Show - Seasons 1-5
05/14 - Petticoat Junction - Seasons 1-3
05/28 - Perfect Strangers - The Complete Seventh and Eighth Seasons (WBShop.com)
05/28 - South Park - The Complete Twenty-Second Season (Blu-ray)
06/04 - The Brady Bunch - 50th Anniversary The Brady-est Brady Bunch TV & Movie Collection
06/18 - Will & Grace (The Revival) - Season Two (Blu-ray)
More TV DVD Releases / DVD Reviews Archive / SitcomsOnline Digest


Recent SitcomsOnline.com News Blog Posts

06/17 - Netflix Gets Funny with Pranks with Stranger Things Star; Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba Series Gets 2nd Season
06/16 - Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows; This Week in Sitcoms (Week of June 17, 2019)
06/15 - SitcomsOnline Digest: Fall Premiere Dates for CBS; CBS and Viacom in Merger Talks Yet Again
06/14 - Fri-Yay: Reaction to The Good Place Ending; Antenna TV Brings Back Webster, What's Happening!! and What's Happening Now!!
06/13 - New Chip 'n' Dale Coming to Disney+ in 2020; Inside the Actors Studio Moves to Ovation and Starts with Sitcom-Themed Show
06/12 - TBS Celebrates Seinfeld's 30th Anniversary; Netflix Renews Russian Doll for Season 2
06/11 - Netflix Series Adds Rising Star to New Series; Corporate Gets 3rd and Final Season
06/10 - Comedy Central Schedules Lights Out with David Spade; NBC's The Good Place to End After Season 4
06/09 - Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows; This Week in Sitcoms (Week of June 10, 2019)
06/08 - SitcomsOnline Digest: A Sequel for Punky Brewster?; The Good Place Coming to an End After Fourth Season
06/07 - Fri-Yay: 2019 New Sitcoms; Hulu Acquires Popular Comedy Letterkenny
06/06 - Comedy Central to Roast Alec Baldwin; Christmas in July on Hallmark
06/05 - CBS All Access Sets Aug. 15 for Why Women Kill; Dead to Me Gets Second Season

06/04 - The CW's Late Summer 2019 Schedule; Tracy Morgan Hosts the 2019 ESPYs on ABC
06/03 - Comedy Central Summer Stunts Include The Cleveland Show; Netflix's GLOW Returns August 9
06/02 - Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows; This Week in Sitcoms (Week of June 3, 2019)

06/01 - SitcomsOnline Digest: ABC Gives Greenlight to Nate Bargatze Comedy Pilot; NBC Cancels Pair of Sitcoms
05/31 - Fri-Yay: NBC Cancels AP Bio Just As It Was Finding Its Stride; Showtime Orders Work in Progress
05/30 - Final Space Returns for Season 2 But on Adult Swim; Cast Set for All That Revival on Nickelodeon
05/29 - HBO's Divorce Starring Sarah Jessica Parker Returns July 1; Jimmy Kimmel Comedy Specials Return for 12th Straight Year Before NBA Finals Games
05/28 - 2019 The Summer of MeTV Schedule; Disney Gets 2nd Season of Sydney to the Max
05/27 - Memorial Day 2019 TV Marathons
05/26 - Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows; This Week in Sitcoms (Week of May 27, 2019)
05/25 - SitcomsOnline Digest: Late Night Tops Ratings for the Season; FXX Announces Archer After Hours
05/24 - Fri-Yay: Live in Front of a Studio Audience Recap; Mario Lopez Produced Sitcom Coming to Netflix
05/23 - Orange Is the New Black Returns for Final Season in July; Lifetime Gets More Book to Screen Movies This Summer
05/22 - Los Espookys Premieres June 14 on HBO; NBC's 5th Annual Red Nose Day Special Brings Out the Stars
05/21 - Nightline Primetime Special Profiles All in the Family & The Jeffersons; Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader Premieres June 10 on Nick
05/20 - Comedy Central Heads to the South Side This July; Catch the Big Bang Finale Again Tonight
05/19 - Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows; This Week in Sitcoms (Week of May 20, 2019)
05/18 - SitcomsOnline Digest: Broadcast Network Fall Lineup at a Glance; Rick & Morty Returns in November
05/17 - Fri-Yay: Big Bang Ends With No Hype?; ABC to Air Farrah Fawcett Documentary