‘The Voice’ finale hits a low

12.17.13 4 years ago

“The Voice” finale hits a low
Although 12.7 million tuned in, the finale was down 11% from the spring and 21% from last fall.

Discovery orders “The West,” a scripted drama series from Robert Redford
Premiering in 2014, “The West” will “provide unprecedented access into the wilderness, frontier lawlessness, and bloodshed of the 40 years between the end of the American Civil War and after the turn of the 20th Century,” according to a press release.

HBO will promote “Girls” with “Girls Night Out” screenings in 9 cities

A live-feed of the Season 3 premiere event will be shown in theaters in several cities.

Watch Matthew Perry get in a heated debate live on BBC

The “Friends” alum was debating drug courts last night on “NewsNight.”

Canadian politician upset that her nude “L Word” scene was tweeted at her

Actress-turned-politician Lenore Zann claimed cyberbullying after a teen tweeted this naked photo of her from a 2008 episode of the Showtime series.

Jay Leno worries the Sochi Olympics will be like Nazi Germany
Leno, who has “nothing to lose” since he’s leaving “The Tonight Show,” chatted with Meredith Vieira last night about Russia’s anti-gay laws.

Jerry Seinfeld created 8 new intentionally bad ads for Acura
It’s all part of his “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” promotion. PLUS: Howard Stern will appear on the season finale of “Comedians in Cars.”

Ashley Williams joins Jim Gaffigan’s CBS comedy pilot

She’ll play Gaffigan’s “super wife,” Jeannie.

“Buffy” and “Veronica Mars” are coming to new cable channel Pivot
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” which premiered almost 17 years ago, will be used to help capture millennial viewers ages 18 to 34.

CNN announces a new documentary brand: “CNN Films Presents”
The new documentary brand will allow CNN to step away from news.

Here’s “The Simpsons'” blink-and-you’ll-miss-it tribute to Marcia Wallace
Mrs. Krabappel appeared briefly in Sunday’s couch gag.

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