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‘The Voice’ Season Premiere Dips But Tops Monday Ratings

‘The Voice’ Season Premiere Dips But Tops Monday Ratings
NBC launched the 19th season of The Voice on Monday, and though it stumbled in numbers compared with last fall’s debut, its 1.2 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic and 7.96 million viewers both topped the night in primetime in Nielsen Live+7 data.

The reality singing competition’s debut, which did rise from its previous season finale numbers in May, was off two tenths from its previous cycle’s premiere episode in February, and down five tenths from its fall 2019 debut. Last night, The Voice was followed by a fresh episode of Weakest Link (0.8, 4.31M), which jumped two tenths in the demo.

ABC’s Dancing With the Stars meanwhile ticked up a tenth in the demo week over week. The network’s Emergency Call was also up. Both shows’ numbers will likely be adjusted in finals due to an NFL preemption in local markets.

At CBS, Big Brother held steady,
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Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Season 17? Has the CW Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?

Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Season 17? Has the CW Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?
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Will these performers' imaginations ever run dry? Has the Whose Line Is It Anyway? TV show been cancelled or renewed for a 17th season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, season 17. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

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Airing on the The CW television network, Whose Line Is It Anyway? is hosted by Aisha Tyler. In each episode Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie improvise, along with a guest performer. The cast tests their comedic reflexes by participating in improvisational games. At the end of each round, Tyler awards points for their work, and the points don’t
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Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Season 16 Viewer Votes

Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Season 16 Viewer Votes
Who will make us laugh the most in the 16th season of the Whose Line Is It Anyway? TV show on The CW? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Whose Line Is It Anyway? is cancelled or renewed for season 17. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we invite you to rate all of the 16th season episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway? here.

A long-running comedy improv series on The CW network, Whose Line Is It Anyway? is hosted by Aisha Tyler. In each episode Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie improvise, along with a guest performer. The cast tests their comedic reflexes by participating in improvisational games. At
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TV Ratings: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Dips to Season Low Against Rescheduled NFL Game

TV Ratings: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Dips to Season Low Against Rescheduled NFL Game
Dancing With the Stars” tripped up a little in routine on Monday night, as a rescheduled NFL game dominated the ratings for CBS.

The ABC dance show ticked down to a 0.9 rating among adults 18-49 and just over 6 million total viewers. That represents an 18% dip from last week in the former metric, and a season low in both overall. Despite its weaker lead-in, Luke Wilson unscripted series “Emergency Call” managed to retain 100% of its premiere rating, delivering a 0.6 and 3.5 million viewers.

The mouth-watering NFL clash between the New England and the Kansas City Chiefs was supposed to take place on Sunday, but the game was postponed to last night due to New England quarterback Cam Newton testing positive for Covid-19. An averaged of around 12.5 million viewers tuned in to the game on CBS, and a 3.5 averaged ratings was easily enough to carry the night for the network. “Big Brother” scored
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Friday Ratings: Strong Showings For NBC’s ‘The Blacklist’ And ABC’s ’20/20′ Highlight The Night

Friday Ratings: Strong Showings For NBC’s ‘The Blacklist’ And ABC’s ’20/20′ Highlight The Night
Primetime ratings continue to soar, as a locked down country turns to the tube to get some relief from the outside world’s pressures.

ABC’s Shark Tank and its two-hour 20/20 provided a strong one-two punch for the Alphabet network, with 20/20 soaring to an 0.8, helping ABC to an overall network victory in preliminary Friday night ratings. 20/20 was Friday’s No. 1 newsmagazine, leading Dateline by double digits in all key demos, and hitting its largest overall audience and best Adults 25-54 performance in a year.

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At NBC, The Blacklist’s
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Friday Ratings: ‘Shark Tank’ Sits Atop The Demo Wars As Folks Hunker Down At Home

Friday Ratings: ‘Shark Tank’ Sits Atop The Demo Wars As Folks Hunker Down At Home
The good news is that more people in the choice demos appear to be watching television. The bad news is the reason why, the coronavirus.

For now, television is the great national comforter, and that was reflected in the large audience for its offerings on Friday during primetime. ABC’s Shark Tank was the overall winner of the early results of Friday’s demo wars, clocking with an 0.8. But close behind were four programs with an 0.7.

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At ABC, Shark Tank’s return and strong showing paved the way for newsmag 20/20, which outperformed NBC’s Dateline by double-digits across the board: Total Viewers (+38% – 4.4 million vs.
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Friday Ratings: ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’ Edges Fox’s ‘WWE Smackdown’ For Top Honors

Friday Ratings: ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’ Edges Fox’s ‘WWE Smackdown’ For Top Honors
The Friday night audience preferred swimming with Sharks to smacking down wrestlers, as the venerable ABC pitch session Shark Tank came in with an 0.8, tying Fox’s WWE Friday Night Smackdown in demos, but getting a slight edge by winning on total audience.

The Shark Tank win propelled ABC to an overall victory in the network demo wars, and helped trailing show 20/20 score a strong 0.7, topping Dateline for newsmag honors on the evening, beating its rival by double-digits in all key target demos:

NBC’s Lincoln Rhyme scored its highest rating and most-watched episode since its Jan. 10 premiere. That momentum also helped Dateline to an 0.6, the show’s top results in 18-49 and 25-54 since Jan. 10, when it had an 0.7 in 18-49, 1.0 in 25-54.

CBS rolled some sixes on its crime drama lineup, as MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0 and Blue Bloods all came in at an 0.6 and had the highest total
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‘Dynasty’ Season 3, March 6, 2020 Episode 15 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

‘Dynasty’ Season 3, March 6, 2020 Episode 15 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight
Hey, "Dynasty" fans. We are back with a new article for you guys. However,you're not going to like this one too much. We've just learned that The CW will not be airing the next, new episode 15 of this current season 3 of Dynasty. In fact, this will be the case for the next 3 weeks. The CW officially confirmed that the new episode 15 is scheduled to air on Friday night, March 27, 2020 in its usual 8 pm central standard time slot. So, be sure to commit that very important date to your memory banks, or just write it down on something. So, what is The CW airing in place of the next,new episode 15 of Dynasty's 3rd season tonight? According to what we've found out from the TV guide listings, The CW is airing repeat episodes of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Tonight,they will air the 9th episode of its 15th
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Promo for Black Lightning Season 3 Finale – ‘The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation’

Promo for Black Lightning Season 3 Finale – ‘The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation’
The CW has released a promo for the season 3 finale of Black Lightning, entitled ‘The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation’; watch it here… Season Finale – Black Lightning (Cress Williams) faces off against Gravedigger (guest star Wayne BradyWhose Line Is It Anyway?”). Black Lightning season 3 airs on Mondays on The CW. […]

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The Masked Singer: All Of Fox's Performances, Ranked

The Masked Singer: All Of Fox's Performances, Ranked
Since premiering on Fox in 2019, the musical guessing game series The Masked Singer has absolutely taken the world by storm. One of the highest-rated shows on television week after week, the competition series finds celebrities from all walks of life donning fantastical costumes and trying to conceal their identities as they perform song and dance numbers for a panel of judges. In the series' second season, the mask who won it all was a clear frontrunner from the start: The Fox mask.

Related: The Masked Singer: All Of Rottweiler's Performances, Ranked

In the finale, the Fox was revealed to be none other than multi-hyphenate talent Wayne Brady. Whether you know him for Whose Line Is It Anyway?How I Met Your MotherBlack Lightning, his stand up performances, or guest appearances in works of countless other genres, Brady's tenure on The Masked Singer made it clear that he's a
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Friday Ratings: CBS Crime Drama Lineup Tops The Night, But Fox’s WWE SmackDown Ties In Demos

Friday Ratings: CBS Crime Drama Lineup Tops The Night, But Fox’s WWE SmackDown Ties In Demos
The CBS crime drama lineup took the latest Friday night demo wars, posting an 0.7 across the board and helping the eye network to a victory based on audience totals.

Fox’s two-hour WWE Friday Night SmackDown had the same demo score of 0.7, but trailed in overall audience, giving the decision to CBS.

For CBS, MacGyver was the 8 Pm hour’s most-watched broadcast, coming in at 5.81 million viewers. That carried over to 9 Pm, where Hawaii Five-0 had 6.88 million viewers. And the party kept going with 10 Pm’s Blue Bloods, which drew 7.45 million.

At NBC, Dateline NBC delivered its most-watched Friday since Dec. 2018, winning in the 18-49 and 25-54 demos and total viewers. Earlier, Lincoln Rhyme held on to its audience with an 0.4.

ABC saw the annual favorite A Charlie Brown Valentine come in at 0.5, with newsmag 20/20 dipping slightly to 0.4.

The CW saw Penn & Teller: Fool Us at an 0.2, with back-to-back
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‘The Masked Singer’ judges fail to guess Lil Wayne, Drew Carey: Let’s keep track of their Season 3 scores

‘The Masked Singer’ judges fail to guess Lil Wayne, Drew Carey: Let’s keep track of their Season 3 scores
This season on “The Masked Singer,” Gold Derby will be keeping track of all the judges’ scores as the competition progresses — for better or for worse. After two episodes, none of the panelists were able to guess the true identities of the Robot or the Llama, which turned out to be Lil Wayne and Drew Carey, respectively. That means Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger are currently tied at zero points apiece. For the record, guest judges Jamie Foxx (episode one) and Jason Biggs (episode two) also failed to correctly guess either of those celebs.

SEEDrew Carey (‘The Masked Singer’ Llama) interview after jaw-dropping unmasking: I did it because ‘I like having a goof’ [Watch]

Prior to host Nick Cannon removing the Robot’s mask and revealing Lil Wayne, the judges made several head-scratching guesses. Nicole’s final one was boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jenny picked “Jackass” creator Johnny Knoxville,
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‘The Masked Singer’ finale: 73% agree Wayne Brady as the Fox deserved to win [Poll Results]

‘The Masked Singer’ finale: 73% agree Wayne Brady as the Fox deserved to win [Poll Results]
Our Derbyites have spoken and they have resoundingly endorsed how the second season of “The Masked Singer” ended last week. The Fox proved to be the ultimate performer this year and was unmasked as comedian and television personality Wayne Brady. His winning performance from the finale was a funk/hip-hop infused version of Otis Redding’s “Try a Little Tenderness.” A whopping 73% who voted in our poll agree Brady deserved to win, with 26% saying Chris Daughtry (Rottweiler) was robbed and 1% proclaiming Adrienne Bailon (Flamingo) was robbed. Do you agree with who our readers chose? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

See‘The Masked Singer’ season 2 finale recap: Did Rottweiler, Flamingo or Fox win the golden mask? [Updating Live Blog]

Brady first became known to most U.S. audiences as a regular on the improv comedy show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” He won an Emmy for Individual Variety Performance
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‘The Masked Singer’ Winner Interview: ‘It’s the First Time in My Life I Kept a Secret Months on End’

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‘The Masked Singer’ Winner Interview: ‘It’s the First Time in My Life I Kept a Secret Months on End’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead if you have not watched the Season 2 finale of “The Masked Singer” on Fox, which aired on Dec. 18, 2019.

Another season of “The Masked Singer” has come to an end, which means the winner has been revealed — but more interesting than the winning character is the celebrity who was revealed behind the mask.

Wayne Brady was revealed to be the Fox on Wednesday night, coming in first place ahead of the Rottweiler (Chris Daughtry) in second place and the Flamingo (Adrienne Bailon) in third place.

“This whole thing has just been the most fun ever, and it’s the first time in my life that I’ve kept a secret for months on end,” Brady tells Variety, relieved that he no longer has to keep the secret that he’s the man behind the Fox mask.

Speaking to Variety over the phone from Atlanta where
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The Masked Singer Winner on His Finale 'Ta-da!' Moment and Why One Judge in Particular Should've Known It Was Him

The Masked Singer Winner on His Finale 'Ta-da!' Moment and Why One Judge in Particular Should've Known It Was Him
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Season 2 finale of The Masked Singer.

Will the Rentheads in the audience please raise your hands? Cool. (And the rest of you, please give us a moment.)

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You know how there’s that scene in the musical, at the Life Café
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‘The Masked Singer’ finale spoilers: The Fox is …

‘The Masked Singer’ finale spoilers: The Fox is …
Are you as excited as we are to find out who wins “The Masked Singer” on December 18? Part of the fun of watching the show has been figuring out which famous faces are hiding behind those elaborate masks. Now, after three months and 13 episodes, we’ll finally find out who have been masquerading as the Fox, Flamingo and Rottweiler. But if you can’t wait till tonight’s finale, keep reading as we’ve got all “The Masked Singer” spoilers.

Forget all those misleading guesses by the four judges. The Fox is absolutely not Oscar winner Jamie Foxx. How could he be after we saw the Fox singing the Foxx hit “Blame It” on the December 11 episode? We are 100% certain we know the real identity of the Fox who put everyone in the holiday spirits with his soulful cover of “This Christmas” by Donny Hathaway on the semifinal.

Coming up:
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60% of ‘The Masked Singer’ fans guess Wayne Brady is the Fox, but 32% think Jamie Foxx [Poll Results]

60% of ‘The Masked Singer’ fans guess Wayne Brady is the Fox, but 32% think Jamie Foxx [Poll Results]
One of the most head-scratching secret identities on “The Masked Singer” Season 2 is the Fox, but our readers think they know who’s hiding behind the well-dressed costume. According to our recent poll results, 60% of fans guess singer/comedian Wayne Brady will be unmasked during the two-hour season finale, airing Wednesday, December 18. Rounding out our poll results, 32% believe Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx is masquerading as the Fox while the remaining 8% think it’s someone else entirely. Do you agree or disagree with these poll results? Sound off down in the comments section.

SEE73% of ‘The Masked Singer’ fans guess Adrienne Bailon is the Flamingo: What do You think? [Poll Results]

The Masked Singer” judging panel has been all over the board in terms of guessing Fox’s true identity. “I’ve been saying Jamie Foxx all along,” declared Ken Jeong, who thought the palm trees from the clues video were
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‘The Masked Singer’ spoilers: The Fox is …

‘The Masked Singer’ spoilers: The Fox is …
The Fox scared up enough votes in his first five appearances on “The Masked Singer” to make the semi-final on December 11. We love his fighting spirit and are fairly certain we know who is the famous face hidden behind that furry mask. And his performance on Tuesday’s show reinforced our theory.

The Fox took to the stage on the quarterfinal to sing “Blame It” by Jamie Foxx. Featured on the original track by the Oscar winner was T-Pain. That rapper won season 1 of “The Masked Singer” and was a guest judge on Tuesday’s episode. The Fox was not intimidated by his presence. Indeed, he seemed to shine even brighter. This swagger goes a long way to confirming our best guess as to his real identity.

Keep reading for the second of “The Masked Singer” spoilers for the semifinal.

See ‘The Masked Singer’ spoilers: The Flamingo is …

Who is the Fox: Wayne Brady.
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‘The Masked Singer’ spoilers: The Fox is …

We’d already seen the Fox perform four times on “The Masked Singer” before his appearance in the quarter-final on December 10. He first wowed the crowd in week 3 with his version of “This Love” by Maroon 5. He followed that up with his cover of the Panic! at the Disco hit “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” in week 5 and then “Every Little Step” by Bobby Brown in week 8.

Last week he won his showdown with the Butterfly when he crooned “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton. The Butterfly was eliminated and revealed to be one-time Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams. We won’t know who the Fox is until he is sent packing or wins the show. Based on his considerable talent, he could well be the season 2 champion.

The Fox is the consummate showman and has dropped plenty of clues to the four judges as to his true identity.
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Masked Singer Recap: Power of Tree

Masked Singer Recap: Power of Tree
I don’t know who will win The Masked Singer‘s second season, but this week’s episode really cements which contestant I’d like to win. I’ll give you a hint: She’s green, smells pine-fresh and man, does she have balls.

That’s right: I’d like Tree to best her competition and come out on top this go-around. The pipes! The range! The energy that manages to nail “charmingly bubbly” without crossing the line into “for-the-love-of-God-go-away annoying.” Full disclaimer, though: This is a show that booted vocal deities Gladys Knight and Patti Labelle, so I have
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