GSN announced today that the network will bid adieu to summer by airing a marathon of its popular series, Minute to Win It featuring host Apolo Anton Ohno, one of the most decorated American athletes of all time. (more...)
NBC Sports Group today announced key roles for Al Michaels and Apolo Anton Ohno on its Sochi Winter Olympics coverage. The announcement was made during NBC Sports Group's presentation at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Los Angeles, Calif. (more...)
GSN announced today the premiere date for its original series THE CHASE, a one-hour quiz show in which three contestants battle in a fast-paced quiz competition against an all-knowing opponent, The Beast. THE CHASE will premiere on GSN on Tuesday, August 6, at 9:00 P.M. ET/PT. (more...)
At an upfront presentation held this morning at New York City's Sony Club, GSN announced plans to greenlight two new series and unveiled an impressive development slate representing GSN's ongoing commitment to originals. (more...)
Apolo Anton Ohno, Shawn Johnson, Kristi Yamaguchi, Helio Castroneves, Emmitt Smith and Hines Ward. What do all these great athletes have in common? They all took home the highly-coveted mirror ball trophy on ABC's ballroom competition DANCING WITH THE STARS. But do these and other professional athletes have an unfair advantage over other contestants? (more...)
GSN announced today that Apolo Anton Ohno, one of the most decorated American athletes of all time and DANCING WITH THE STARS champion, will be the host of GSN's new series MINUTE TO WIN IT. GSN's production of 40 new original episodes marks the first time the series has been developed by a U.S. cable network. The episodes are to be produced by Shine America - based on the format owned by Shine's sister company Friday TV. MINUTE TO WIN IT begins production in March and is slated to premiere in summer 2013. (more...)
During the week of November 19, 2012, ABC ran in a virtual tie for No. 2 in Adults 18-49 with Fox (pacing within 1-tenth of a rating point and tied in audience share - 2.1/6 vs. 2.2/6), while beating CBS by 17% (1.8/5). In addition, the Net took second place ahead of CBS and Fox with Adults 25-54 and key Women (W18-49/W25-54).
On last night's DANCING WITH THE STARS Results Show on ABC, the finalists for this season's first ever All-Star competition were revealed. The four remaining contestants included Apolo Anton Ohno, Melissa Rycroft, Emmett Smith and Kelly Monaco. Click below to find out which couples will continue on in the competition! (more...)
With only a week left in this season's DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL STARS - though still plenty of time for another trip to the hospital - two competitors must pack their bags, wipe that glitter/sweat combo from their brows, and head home. Keep reading to find out which two were eliminated, dreams of DANCING finals completely, totally dashed. Unless ABC orders ALL STARS: Round Two.
On last night's DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS, each of the remaining five couples danced to a classic song from 'BAD25,' the album released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's legendary 'Bad' album. Check out photos below! (more...)
We're at the tail end of this season's DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL STARS. It's a little bit like the last day of middle school, isn't it? We can only hope it gets a little bit better from here.
Now that we're down to the nitty-gritty of DANCING WITH THE STARS, (or, at least as much 'grittiness' as possible) fan-favorites are all on the chopping-block. This late into the game, with next week being the semi-finals, only text messages and the flail-about voting methods of Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba separate the contestants from the proverbial blade. Len Goodman's scoring record is sound.
It's double-elimination week on DANCING. Ahh, yeah. Cue the fireworks, cue the victory dance, cue the dramatic intros and sobs and cheering and flying rainbow-colored horses. Double-elimination is like a snow day. It's like a snow day of ice cream on top of another snow day of pizza!
In honor of the exorbitantly important elimination tomorrow - you know, the one that will essentially determine what sort of country America will come to be known as in the near-future (also, vote) - DANCING WITH THE STARS is foregoing their own elimination this week. Instead, we'll be treated to a double-elimination next week.
As if "Country Week" wasn't bad enough, it also brought with it one appalling elimination.
ATTENTION READERS: a good number of you are going to be pretty upset. Tonight's shocker is only second to earlier this season when Bristol Palin wasn't sent home. So, uh, keep reading - or don't if you're prone to destroying your television and/or computer with a hammer. (more...)