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'House' exec producer on tonight's episode and how it nods to Martin Scorsese's 'Bringing Out the Dead'

Tonight’s episode House is one of the most intense hours of the entire season. As teased in this week’s Spoiler Room, the episode takes viewers behind the medicine and into the personal lives of the docs at Princeton-Plainsboro, which (wouldn’t you know) still have a lot to do with medicine.

But beyond the medicine and blood — and there’s a lot of it tonight — executive producer Greg Yaitanes says the episode “sets up the collisions of events that are about to happen” in the season finale, which airs next week.  READ FULL STORY

'House,' 'Desperate Housewives,' 'Good Wife,' 'White Collar': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Roomies, I hope this scoop finds you well!

Quick reminder before your healthy helping of scoopage: Team EW will be at Upfronts next week, so be sure to send your burning questions for any stars/suits on hand to (Nothing is too small or geeky to be asked!) Or follow me on Twitter for up-to-the-minute action: @EWSandraG. Also, summer TV is upon us! Start getting those questions in!

See you next Friday!

The penultimate episode of House takes us behind the curtain of our favorite doctors’ lives – and let’s just put this out there: These people are highly troubled. Oh, but that’s why we love them. READ FULL STORY

'House' confirmed for eighth season

Fox has announced that House will return for its eighth season. “Over the past seven seasons, House has redefined the medical drama and has given us one of television’s most compelling and iconic characters,” said Fox’s president of entertainment, Kevin Reilly. “From the producers to the incredible writers to the unbelievably talented cast and crew, the House team is fearless in its creativity and I can’t wait to see what they have in store next year.”

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‘House’ 150th episode review: Olivia Wilde, hoarders, and potato guns

Season finale alert! When to expect goodbye episodes from 'Survivor,' 'Chuck,' and 'Saturday Night Live'

Where did the time ago? It seems like just yesterday that we were anxiously awaiting the start of Lone Star; now we can barely remember that two-timing cad. That’s because it’s season finale time – that heartbreaking period when we bid adieu to nine months of scripted heaven to make way for three months of unscripted hell on the broadcast networks. (Don’t worry, Big Brother: We still adore thee).

Fire up your DVR playlists, kids … here are all the broadcast net finales. READ FULL STORY

'NCIS,' 'Community,' 'Smallville,' 'House': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

The best way to start the weekend is with a big serving of Spoiler Room, so grab your fork and dig in below.

Quick thanks to everyone sending in scoop requests, comments, and random (sometimes inappropriate-but-hilarious) TV comments to me at Keep them coming — especially as we head toward sweeps! You can also harass me on Twitter (@EWSandraG). See y’all Tuesday for more! READ FULL STORY

'Supernatural,' 'Being Human,' 'Chuck,' 'Gossip Girl': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Tuesday, all! I come with freshly picked intel, completely pesticide free.

If you see your favorite show missing, remember to put in a request at or send me a Tweet (@EWSandraG). Also, as always, feel free to include heaps of praise, your general TV musings, and mythology theories so good I’d like to claim as my own! See you again Friday for more!

Holy cow, Humans! Last night’s penultimate episode of Being Human on Syfy not only included a few nail-biting cliffhangers (Please don’t die, Aidan!), but it also left us on a great note going into the season 1 finale. Lucky for you, Sam Witwer spilled many a secrets about next week’s wicked finale to help ease the pain of the wait.

“There are actually a few cliffhangers, and there are a few provocative questions, primarily with Josh and Aidan,” Witwer says. And some of those new questions are likely to be raised in the flashback scene to two years ago that “explains something that Josh did earlier this season,” Witwer teases. “There’s a vengeful move that Josh does at the urging of [Josh’s jerk were-buddy] Ray. We learn a little bit more about why he did that. And we’re also catching Aidan right as he’s about to pull away from the vampires; he’s already starting to feel quite alone and isolated. So that, more than anything, allows him to identify Josh as someone else who has the same problem.” READ FULL STORY

'Smallville,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'Justified,' and 'House': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

First, can we take a moment to acknowledge today? No, I don’t mean April Fool’s. I mean that today will forever be known as the day with the most attractive Spoiler Room photo ever. Hope you’re not a vegetarian, because that’s a lot of beef, that photo.

Okay, that’s out of the way.

Now, the scoop! I know it’s April 1, but I assure you there are no jokes here. I take scoop seriously, and when you read today’s column, you’ll see why! Also, let’s take a moment to welcome Mandi Bierly, who makes her Spoiler Room debut with some delicious Vampire Diaries info!

As always, I invite your feedback/questions/musings. Send them all to or touch base with me on Twitter @EWSandraG. READ FULL STORY

'House,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Fringe, 'Justified,': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Tuesday, all! What’s so happy about it, you ask? Well, I’ve got info aplenty on several of your favorite shows. You want more? Don’t be shy. Send all questions/musings/flattery to: and @EWSandraG, then come back Friday for the goods. ‘Till then! READ FULL STORY

'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Criminal Minds,' 'Castle,' 'Glee': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Welcome to the final Live-From-PaleyFest edition of Spoiler Room! I’ll be back next Tuesday, coming at you once again from Midtown Manhattan, so if you don’t see scoop on your favorite show, send an email to and ask away! Or pose your questions on Twitter, too: @EWSandraG. READ FULL STORY

'House,' 'V,' 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Walking Dead': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

As I file this, my airplane is hopefully fueling, Roomies, for my trip to PaleyFest to dig around for scoop on your favorite shows. So email in your questions to or stalk me on Twitter (@EWSandraG) where I will no doubt Tweet when I meet someone worthy of a photograph (or when things get awkward, and I need a reason to look at my phone). See you next Tuesday for another edition! READ FULL STORY

'House' sings a happy tune; 'The Event' tanks after painful hiatus. And you still like 'Men'!

HouseImage Credit: Byron Cohen/FoxAiring mostly against reruns, Fox had a clear path to the winner’s circle on Monday because it aired originals of House and The Chicago Code. The network triumphed in adults 18-49 (2.9 rating/8 share) and total viewers (9.2 million), according to early estimates.

The special episode of House – which featured a musical sequence — attracted 11.1 million eyeballs, the drama’s second largest audience this season. It averaged a 3.8/11. Code earned a 2.1/6 and 7.5 million viewers.

In case you were wondering (and you know you were), CBS’ repeat of Two and a Half Men was the second most-watched show for the night with 10.1 million. It was also the network’s highest-rated comedy for the night with a 2.8/8 in the demo. In contrast, an original of Mad Love posted a 2.4/7 — down 11%, its lowest delivery to date. The rest of CBS’ lineup was in repeats.

And bummer news for the return of The Event. The two-hour episode earned a mere 1.4/4 — down 26% from its last original on Nov. 29 — and 5.2 million viewers. (Like, its ever a surprise when a show goes down after a painful and needless hiatus?). Harry’s Law earned a 1.8/5 and a 9.3 million viewers. NBC, as a result, came in fourth in the demo (1.5/4) and viewers (6.6 million).

'The Bachelor' charms up a good audience; 'Mother' on CBS scores night's best rating

How-Mother-BlissImage Credit: Karen Neal/CBSABC eked out a win on Monday with another fresh edition of The Bachelor, which earned a 3.3 rating/9 share in adults 18-49 — up +14% from last week — and 10.3 million viewers, according to early results. The good vibrations spilled over to Castle, which earned a 2.6/7 (up 18%) and 9 million viewers. Overall, the net posted an 18-49 win with a 3.1/8.

CBS was tops in viewers (10.1 million) and followed thisclose in the key demo with a 3.0/8. The network usually dominates on Mondays but it was forced to air a repeat to Two and A Half Men while the comedy remains on hiatus. As a result, the repeat earned a 3.0/8 and 11.5. Still, not too shabby considering how CBS did with its other shows that featured originals. How I Met Your Mother was the No. 1 show for the night in 18-49 (3.6/10) but that’s down 3% from last week. The second outing of Mad Love earned a 2.8/7, down 7% from last week. Mike & Molly got a 3.2/8, down 16%, while  Hawaii Five-0 earned a 2.7/8, down 4% — a series low. READ FULL STORY

Midseason ratings: The top 50 shows so far!

tv-show-RatingsImage Credit: Michael Becker/Fox; Bob D'Amico/ABC; Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images; Greg Gayne/CBSThe 2010-11 season is more than half over, so it’s time to check in to see what you people are watching (or avoiding like the plague).

The news isn’t that great for the Big Four: From the Sept. 20 start of the season through Feb. 13, every net except the CW is down among adults 18-49, the most important demographic to advertisers. CBS is posting the biggest drop at 12 percent, followed by ABC (11 percent), Fox (8 percent) and NBC (4 percent). The CW, in comparison, is up 11 percent (though that’s not exactly the sand box that the teen-loving network likes to play in). If it’s any consolation, the collective adult 18-49 rating for all of TV — and we mean every last network — is down 2 percent versus a year ago, so its not just the broadcast nets that may be taking a hit.  READ FULL STORY


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