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Sunday, November 30, 2008

The CW Announces *New* Sunday Night Schedule: "Jericho" returns on The CW in reruns.

Source: CWTV.com (http://blog.cwtv.com/?p=381)

The CW Network announced its new Sunday night schedule today with a lineup that includes quality scripted series and contemporary theatrical films from the MGM library.

The night will begin with first-season episodes of The CW’s series EVERYBODY HATES CHRIS (5:00-5:30 p.m.) and THE GAME (5:30-6:00 p.m.), followed by back-to back second-season episodes of THE DREW CAREY SHOW (6:00-6:30 and 6:30-7:00 p.m.). First-season episodes of the critically acclaimed drama “Jericho” (7:00-8:00 p.m.) will be followed by various MGM feature films (8:00-10:00 p.m.).

Beginning Sunday, November 30, the schedule will be:

All Times ET
5:00 – 5:30 p.m. EVERYBODY HATES CHRIS
5:30 – 6:00 p.m. THE GAME
6:00 – 6:30 p.m. THE DREW CAREY SHOW
6:30 – 7:00 p.m. THE DREW CAREY SHOW
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. JERICHO
8:00 – 10:00 p.m. THE CROCODILE HUNTER: COLLISION COURSE

Additional film titles from MGM will include “The Cutting Edge,” “Revenge of the Pink Panther,” “Trail of the Pink Panther,” “Spaceballs,” “Carrie,” “Throw Momma From The Train,” “Mr. Mom,” “Anti-Trust,” “Three Amigos!” and “Teen Wolf.”

Saturday, November 29, 2008

WWE Announcement: SmackDown Main Event at Armageddon

View: http://www.wwe.com/shows/smackdown/results/

It's official: WWE Champion Edge defends the gold in a Triple Threat at Armageddon
Written: November 29, 2008

After meeting with the WWE Board of Directors following SmackDown, General Manager Vickie Guerrero has announced that at Armageddon, her husband Edge will defend the WWE Championship in a Triple Threat Match against Jeff Hardy and Triple H. (Match Preview)

As new WWE Champion Edge reemerged on SmackDown with his gold raised high, the WWE Universe witnessed three of SmackDown’s top Superstars, Jeff Hardy,
Vladimir Kozlov and former WWE Champion, Triple H battle for clock supremacy to see who would face the Ultimate Opportunist at Armageddon, only to be left in a shroud of uncertainty until this morning's announcement.

Jeff Hardy set the standard early, winning the first Beat the Clock Challenge Match with a high-octane win over
The Brian Kendrick in 12:13. After taking Ezekiel Jackson out with a lightning kick through the ropes, Hardy delivered a Swanton Bomb on Kendrick to secure the victory, making him the Superstar to beat.

Matt Hardy put everything on the line for the sake of his brother, battling tenaciously with the mighty Moscow Mauler, Vladimir Kozlov, while keeping one eye on the clock. The Extreme champion’s endurance paid off, as time expired without a winner, thereby sealing the door shut on Kozlov’s opportunity to be part of the Armageddon main event.

After a grueling match, Triple H hit the Gold Standard with a Pedigree. However, WWE Official Mike Chioda had been knocked out, and struggled through glazed eyes to finally deliver the three-count. However, after raising The Game’s hand in triumph, indicating that he had beaten the clock, a second WWE Official, Charles Robinson ran down to dispute the outcome. The two officials came to the consensus that Triple H and Jeff Hardy had earned their win in exactly the same amount of time, 12:13, leaving the WWE Universe in a state of confusion and suspense as to who would be facing Edge at Armageddon until this morning.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Official Preview (November 28, 2008)


The new WWE Champion Edge will be on SmackDown for the first time since his surprise return at Survivor Series. What will the Rated-R Superstar have to say about where he has been and what his plans are now that he is back on top?

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Meteor Lights Up the dark sky of Edmonton in Canada.

CBS Sweeps Thursday

Prime-Time Ratings:
Thursday 11/20/08

-Total Viewers:
CBS: 13.90 million, ABC: 10.67, NBC: 77.0, Fox: 4.57, CW: 4.40

-Honorable Mention:
The Office (NBC)

-Adults 18-49:
CBS: 3.9 rating/10 share, ABC: 3.7/10, NBC: 3.3/ 9, Fox: 1.9/ 5, CW: 1.8/ 5

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TV Ratings: CBS Easily Wins Another Thursday
'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' is, as usual, the night's most watched show


Fast National ratings for Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008.

Although "Grey's Anatomy" still delivered the night's highest demo ratings, CBS had no problems sweeping Thursday in overall measures.

CBS averaged an 8.6 rating/14 share overall for the night, far ahead of ABC's 6.9/11 and the 4.8/8 for NBC. FOX had a 2.8/4 to narrowly beat the 2.7/4 for The CW in fifth.

Among adults 18-49, CBS did a 3.9 rating to nip ABC's 3.7 rating in the key demographic. NBC's 3.3 was good for third, followed by FOX's 1.9 rating and the 1.8 rating for The CW.

"Survivor: Gabon" started CBS off in first, doing a 7.6/12. ABC's "Ugly Betty" was second with a 5.4/9. NBC's "My Name Is Earl" and "Kath & Kim" held third, barely beating the 2.9/5 posted by both The CW's "Smallville" and FOX's "Kitchen Nightmares."

At 9 p.m. CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" won the hour with an 11.3/17, holding off the 10.0/15 for ABC's "Grey's Anatomy." NBC's "The Office" (4.9/7) and "30 Rock" (4.4/7) were third, beating FOX's "Kitchen Nightmares." On The CW, "Supernatural" had a 2.4/4.

"Eleventh Hour" completed the CBS sweep at 10 p.m. with a 7.0/12. NBC's "ER" had a 5.9/10, leaving ABC's "Life on Mars" in last with a 5.3/9.

WWE Survivor Series 2008: Final Card

SmackDown! Viewers Update

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! registered 3.66 million viewers for the 11/14/08 episode, this is down from its new record high of 3.68 million viewers for the 11/07/08. The A18-49 demographic rating maintained at 1.2/4.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Official Results (November 14, 2008)


Results:
Facing the extreme

By: Michael Burdick
November 14, 2008




As the headlining Survivor Series matches were being finalized, Jeff Hardy continued his extreme tirade throughout SmackDown, causing major disruption to several of the Superstars. And even Undertaker - emerging from a casket in the middle of the ring - was not as shocking as Jeff Hardy’s frightening new look to match his reckless insanity. (WATCH PHOTOS)

Contract Signing for
WWE Championship Match at Survivor Series (PHOTOS)
SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero had scheduled a simple contract signing for the WWE Championship Match at Survivor Series between WWE Champion Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov. But things quickly turned extreme when Jeff Hardy suddenly jumped from the top rope and put the Moscow Mauler through the table. Hardy then proceeded to rip up the championship contract and throw it in The Game’s face.



Jeff Hardy def. Undertaker (Extreme Rules Match) (WATCH PHOTOS)
As Undertaker and Hardy seemed to be reaching the climax of an absolutely brutal Extreme Rules Match,
Big Show charged to the ring. The World’s Largest Athlete chokeslamed The Deadman and caught the advancing Hardy in midair, before Undertaker nailed him with the steel chair. However, with The Phenom’s attention on Big Show, Hardy was able to clobber him with the same chair, paving the way for him to hurl himself off the turnbuckle, over the top of the ladder and down upon The Deadman – executing a breathtaking leg drop that sealed his amazing victory. Following the match, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero told Hardy that if he beats Triple H next week, she will make the WWE Championship Match at Survivor Series a Triple Threat Match.

The Brian Kendrick def. WWE Tag Team Champion Carlito (WATCH PHOTOS)
When Carlito became distracted by the attack on his younger brother Primo by
Ezekiel Jackson outside the ring, The Brian Kendrick seized the moment and executed The Kendrick to claim a strutting conquest.



Divas Champion Michelle McCool def. Maria - (Divas Championship Match) (WATCH PHOTOS)
Divas Champion Michelle McCool utilized a wrenching ankle hold on Maria to score a painful submission triumph in a match for the Divas Championship.
Festus & Jesse had journeyed down to ringside - teddy bear in hand - to view the match close up. But when the Corn-Fed Colossus realized Michelle had hurt Maria, he charged into the ring after her, forcing the champion to quickly dive out of the ring to safety.



ECW Champion Matt Hardy def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin – (Non-Title) (PHOTOS)
ECW Champion Matt Hardy hit the Twist of Fate out of nowhere to overcome United States Champion Shelton Benjamin in an intense, hard-fought Champion vs. Champion Match.

Kung Fu Naki def.
Montel Vontavious Porter; Khali Kiss Cam (PHOTOS)
Thanks in part to the emergence of
The Great Khali, Kung Fu Naki surprised MVP with the Chain Kick, giving him a huge win over the Ballin’ Superstar - once again costing SmackDown’s highest paid athlete his incentive bonus. After leveling MVP at the conclusion of the match, the Punjabi Playboy presented yet another edition of Khali Kiss Cam. However, in an unexpected twist, after dropping MVP for the second time with a two-handed chokeslam – Khali decided to have the lucky lady from Manchester give MVP the kiss instead.

Why Same-Sex Marriage is WRONG! It affects everyone!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Extreme Rules Match: Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy - Nov. 13, 2008


Going to new Extremes

Undertaker will step into the ring for a one-on-one Extreme Rules Match with Jeff Hardy on SmackDown. Will The Phenom show any mercy to the Superstar who attacked him with a steel chair last week? Relive that moment now. Watch SmackDown Quick Cut

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

FOX Pushes "The Cleveland Show" to Fall 2009

FOX Pushes 'The Cleveland Show' to Fall 2009
Arianna Huffington set for an ursine recurring role


Conspicuously left off of FOX's recently announced midseason schedule, "The Cleveland Show" has been pushed to next fall.

But don't take that move as a bad sign for the "Family Guy" spin-off. In addition to admitting to the premiere delay, FOX also announced that it has ordered a full season of the animated comedy.

That means that FOX has now ordered 22 episodes of "The Cleveland Show," which will star Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long, Kevin Michael Richardson, Mike Henry and Seth MacFarlane.

"FOX picking up nine more episodes of our show is proof that an African-American can make it in this country," says, um, "Cleveland Brown" in FOX's press release. "This is a milestone for the United States of America."

FOX initially set "The Cleveland Show" for a midseason launch. It follows Peter Griffin's neighbor (Henry) as he moves to Virginia to be with his high-school sweetheart (Lathan) and her kids. His son Cleveland Jr. will also be part of the show.

In addition to announcing the full season order and the fall start, FOX also made a rather peculiar addendum: Arianna Huffington will take a recurring role on the series.

The presence of the blogger, radio host and politically shifting pundit would be odd enough. What's more, though, Huffington's character will be part of the family of talking bears who live in Cleveland's new Virginia neighborhood. The ursine spouse of Huffington's character will be voiced by MacFarlane.

With the "Cleveland Show" reassignment, the jury is still out on FOX's other unscheduled midseason comedy, the Mitch Hurwitz-produced "Sit Down, Shut Up."

WWE News: SmackDown Sets *New* High Records for MyNetworkTV.




- SmackDown! attracted 3.7 million viewers to MyNetworkTV for Friday, November 7. SmackDown! was up 700,000 viewers from last week's (Oct. 31) 3.01 million viewers because of Halloween, where people go out trick-or-treating.




- SmackDown! also established a high in the A18-49 (1.3 rating).




- NOTE: SmackDown!'s viewing levels on MyNetworkTV are still down from The CW/SmackDown viewing levels. SmackDown! averaged 4.7 million viewers on The CW while SmackDown! on MyNetworkTV is currently averaging at 3.6 million viewers.

ABC, CBS Tight for Monday night.

TV Ratings: 'Stars' Align for ABC Monday
'Dancing with the Stars,' CBS comedies rule the night


Fast National ratings for Monday, Nov. 10, 2008

Monday's Nielsen ratings followed their typical pattern, with ABC bringing in the biggest total audience and CBS' comedies paving the way to a demographic win.

ABC drew a 9.1 rating/14 share for the night to lead the way. CBS, 7.5/11, finished a healthy second. There was a steep drop from there to third-place NBC, which managed only a 3.8/6. FOX, 3.2/5, came in fourth, and The CW pulled down a 2.0/3 in fifth.

CBS topped the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.9 rating. ABC, 3.4, took second. NBC grabbed third with a 2.6, followed by FOX, 2.1, and The CW, 1.6.

As usual, ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" (11.7/17) had the biggest audience by a wide margin at 8 p.m. CBS finished second with "The Big Bang Theory," 6.2/9, and "How I Met Your Mother," 5.9/9, and tied ABC for the lead among adults 18-49. "Chuck" earned a 3.9/6 for NBC, beating "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" on FOX. "Gossip Girl" delivered a 2.1/3 for The CW.

ABC held the lead at 9 p.m. with the final half-hour of "Dancing with the Stars," 12.3/18, and "Samantha Who?," 7.3/11. "Two and a Half Men," 8.9/13, and "Worst Week," 6.0/9, kept CBS in second. "Heroes," 4.7/7, continued to struggle for NBC, although it still finished ahead of "Prison Break," 3.2/5, on FOX. "One Tree Hill" held steady for The CW.

"CSI: Miami" put CBS on top at 10 p.m. with an 8.9/15. "Boston Legal" scored a 5.8/9 for ABC, and NBC's "My Own Worst Enemy" slumped to a 2.7/4.

Saturday, November 08, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Official Results (November 7, 2008)


Results:
Going to the extreme

By: Michael Burdick
November 7, 2008



ORLANDO, Fla. – After coming so close to winning the WWE Championship – time after time – and being told by SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero that he doesn’t have what it takes to become WWE Champion, a recluse Jeff Hardy made it clear to the WWE Universe that he would use any means necessary to get another chance.



The Miz & John Morrison def. WWE Champion Triple H & Jeff Hardy (DQ) (PHOTOS)

Jeff Hardy showed up to his tag team match determined to show Guerrero that he could overcome “The Dirt Sheet” stars on his own. Once Triple H tagged him in to the match, he refused to tag out again. When he was unable to score a pinfall and The Game came to his aid, Hardy snapped, causing the disqualification as he swung and threw a steel chair wildly at both Miz and Morrison.


Determined to demonstrate the extreme nature of his cause, Jeff Hardy went on to sabotage the main event match between the undefeated Vladimir Kozlov and Undertaker. Hardy attacked the Moscow Mauler with a chair, simultaneously handing Kozlov a win by disqualification and an apparent chance at WWE Champion Triple H at Survivor Series. After the bell, the out of control Hardy danced with death, smashing The Phenom over the head as well. He then returned to Guerrero and secured himself an Extreme Rules Match next week against the legendary Deadman.





United States Champion Shelton Benjamin def. R-TruthUnited States Championship (PHOTOS)

The Gold Standard successfully survived an explosive onslaught by R-Truth, hitting his devastating Pay Dirt to reign supreme and retain his United States Championship.


After Brie Bella beat Victoria with a surprise inside cradle, she once again sought refuge under the ring. When both Victoria and Natalya began dragging her out from completely different places, it was revealed that the mysterious Diva actually has a twin! The dynamic duo proceeded to give their opposition a simultaneous beat down. WWE.com has learned that Brie’s twin is named Nikki and has secured exclusive post match photos. Check back tomorrow for an exclusive photo shoot with the Bella sisters.


The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh interrupted the VIP Lounge in order to treat the WWE Universe to another sizzling Kiss Cam. (WATCH PHOTOS) Although MVP refused their invitation to stick around and stormed out – paving the way for the Punjabi Playboy to kiss two of Orlando’s sunniest sweethearts – the Ballin’ Superstar returned to get a few shots in. A vengeful Khali earned a victory over MVP with his mighty two-handed chokeslam, leaving his adversary one win short in his continued quest to earn his promised intensive bonus. With another mark in the loss column, will MVP earn his bonus by the Survivor Series deadline? Or will he have to pay back the multi-million dollar signing bonus from his original contract?


Ezekiel Jackson def. Jimmy Wang Yang (WATCH PHOTOS)

In retribution for Jimmy Wang Yang’s win by disqualification over The Brian Kendrick last week, Ezekiel Jackson manhandled the Asian redneck, ruthlessly hurling him into to the canvas for the pin. After the bell, Jackson’s associate once again treated Yang to The Kendrick.

LOST Returns to ABC this January!

Source: Zap2it.com


'Lost' Returns in January
Season five gets a two-hour premiere on Jan. 21


Set your "Lost" countdown clocks to 75 days: ABC has set the show's season premiere date.

The show will open its fifth season with a two-hour premiere starting at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday, Jan. 21. It marks a return to Wednesdays for the show, which aired after "Grey's Anatomy" on Thursday nights at the end of last season.

Other than the date and the episode titles -- "Because You Left" and "The Lie" -- ABC hasn't released any information about the new season. It's expected to run for 17 episodes -- with the 17th partially making up for last year's strike-shortened 14-episode season -- which would put the season finale in late April or early May.

It remains to be seen what the addition of "Lost" to Wednesday nights will mean for ABC's current lineup on the night. " Private Practice," which ABC picked up for the full season a couple weeks ago, is likely staying put, but it's potentially bad news for either "Pushing Daisies" or " Dirty Sexy Money," both of which have been struggling in their second seasons.

The network has yet to announce a full midseason schedule. ABC also has three comedies, including NBC pickup " Scrubs," and three new dramas on tap for 2009.

"Lost" ended its fourth season by showing how the Oceanic Six got off the island and formed their cover story, with flash-forwards showing all six people decidedly unhappy with their post-rescue lives and realizing they have to go back. Which could be a problem, as the finale also showed Ben (Michael Emerson) moving the island to points unknown. And then there's the matter of Locke (Terry O'Quinn) being revealed as the man in the coffin.

Answers to some of the questions posed by those developments will start coming in 75 days.

Friday, November 07, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Official Preview (Nov. 7, 2008) - Tonight @ 8/7c on MyNetworkTV

On the line
Vladimir Kozlov wants an opportunity at the WWE Championship, and SmackDown's GM obliged him, telling the Moscow Mauler that if he can defeat Undertaker, he will face Triple H for the gold.

Ex-24 Star Moving to Lost

Source: Zap2it.com

Ex-'24' Star Is Getting 'Lost'
Reiko Aylesworth is in talks for a recurring role


Former "24" star Reiko Aylesworth may soon be involved in a different sort of international intrigue on "Lost."

Aylesworth is in negotiations to take a "major" recurring role on the upcoming season of the ABC series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She would appear in at least four episodes of the show, which will make its return early next year.

The character Aylesworth would be playing is described as "a smart and successful professional woman with a love for the outdoors who is looking for the right man." This being "Lost," that could mean almost anything. Could she be:


- A heretofore unseen Other who's been working behind the scenes in searching for the "right man" -- say, John Locke (Terry O'Quinn)?


- An operative for either Ben (Michael Emerson) or Widmore (Alan Dale) who's helping track the movements of either side's adversaries?


- Someone who gets involved with one of the Oceanic Six? (Note to the character: If this is the case, you're looking in the wrong place for the right man.)

Aylesworth is best known for playing CTU agent Michelle Dessler on "24" for three-plus seasons. She had a recurring part on "ER" last season and has recently appeared in the movies "Aliens vs. Predator -- Requiem" and "Mr. Brooks."

"King of the Hill" on Adult Swim

Source: Zap2it.com

'King of the Hill' to Reign Nightly on Adult Swim
The Emmy-winning animated show will kick off the programming in January 2009

Mourn not for Hank Hill and his Texas family after they leave FOX next year. Long live "King of the Hill" on cable.

Adult Swim announced that "King of the Hill" will help kick off the expansion of its late-night programming block, which will soon run seven nights a week.

Beginning in January 2009, the new schedule will have Adult Swim goodness starting at 10 p.m. every evening. Thanks to a multi-year licensing agreement with Twentieth Television, the Emmy-winning "King of the Hill" has the honor of beginning the Adult Swim programming each night.

"Adult Swim has been a consistent ratings winner," says Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer of Turner Broadcasting's Animation, Young Adults and Kids Media group. "By expanding the network with exciting new programming, which speaks directly to our audience, Adult Swim and AdultSwim.com can continue to grow and be the dominant brand with men 18-34."

Mike Lazzo, Adult Swim's senior VP of programming and production adds, "With 'King of the Hill' joining 'Family Guy' in our Adult Swim lineup we now have two of the greatest animated series ever made."

Adult Swim has topped the ratings with men 18-34 for 12 of the last 14 quarters.

"King of the Hill" is currently in its 12th season on FOX and has not been renewed for the following years. There's been much speculation as to its fate, including interest by ABC to pick up the animated series.

"CSI" Still on Top of Thursday But "Grey's" Leads the Demo.

Prime-Time Ratings:
Thursday 11/06/08


-Total Viewers:
CBS: 13.75 million, ABC: 11.16, NBC: 7.64, Fox: 4.55, CW: 4.27

-Adults 18-49:
CBS: 4.0 rating/10 share, ABC: 3.9/10, NBC: 3.3/ 8, Fox: 2.1/ 5, CW: 1.8/ 4

Source: PIFeedBack.com
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TV Ratings: 'CSI' Grabs Another Victory
'Grey's Anatomy' grows and leads Thursday's 18-49 rankings


Fast National ratings for Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008

"Grey's Anatomy" scored some of its best ratings of the season Thursday, but they weren't enough to overtake CBS and win the night.

CBS averaged an 8.5 rating/14 share for the night, beating out ABC's 7.3/12. NBC took third with a 4.7/7. FOX, 2.9/5, narrowly beat The CW, 2.6/4, for fourth.

CBS also led among adults 18-49, its 4.0 rating just edging ABC's 3.9 for the top spot. NBC finished third in the key ad demographic with a 3.3. FOX averaged 2.1 and The CW 1.8.

"Survivor: Gabon" gave CBS the lead at 8 p.m. with a 7.3/11. "Ugly Betty" drew a 5.8/9 for ABC. "My Name Is Earl," 4.0/6, and "Kath & Kim," 3.4/5, put NBC in third. "Smallville" earned a 2.9/5 for The CW, beating FOX's "Kitchen Nightmares" by a small margin.

"CSI," 11.2/17, had the night's biggest overall audience at 9 p.m., but "Grey's Anatomy," 10.1/15, drew better adults 18-49 numbers. "The Office," 4.7/7, and "30 Rock," 4.6/7, held onto third for NBC. A second hour of "Kitchen Nightmares," 3.0/5, moved FOX ahead of The CW and "Supernatural."

At 10 p.m., "Eleventh Hour" scored a 7.1/12 to complete the CBS sweep. ABC's "Life on Mars," 6.0/10, topped NBC's "ER," 5.7/10, for second.
Source: Zap2it.com

Saturday, November 01, 2008

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! - Official Results (October 31, 2008)

Results:
A night for fright
By: Michael Burdick
October 31, 2008



SAN DIEGO – Just five days after Cyber Sunday, MyNetwork TV hosted a special Halloween-themed edition of SmackDown full of Superstar tricks, costumed Diva treats, and a wicked Casket Match set by devilish General Manager Vickie Guerrero.

Undertaker def. Chavo Guerrero (Casket Match) (WATCH PHOTOS)
Even with
Big Show becoming more than a casual observer, the fate of Chavo Guerrero in a Casket Match against Undertaker seemed set in stone. After punishing the self-proclaimed "Mexican Warrior," The Phenom signaled to the referee that the end was near. But, as he was about to send Guerrero to his doom, Big Show slammed the casket door closed. Then, when The Deadman countered his opponent’s attempt to use a chair with a vicious chokeslam, Big Show attacked. However, the trick was on The World’s Largest Athlete as The Phenom pulled the top rope down, sending the charging Superstar tumbling over the ropes and onto the top of the looming box of death. Undertaker then hit Guerrero with the Tombstone and rolled him into the coffin for the win.

Vladimir Kozlov calls out Triple H; General Manager Guerrero gives Kozlov an opportunity (PHOTOS)
Vladimir Kozlov came before the WWE Universe, demanding a title opportunity against WWE Champion Triple H. When The Game emerged and pushed for a face-to-face confrontation without securing a title match, the Moscow Mauler backed off. Later, after watching her nephew lose to Undertaker, Vickie Guerrero informed Kozlov that if he beats The Deadman next week, she will award him a chance at the
WWE Championship at Survivor Series.

The Miz & John Morrison def. WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo (Non-Title Match) (WATCH PHOTOS)
In a heated tag team match, the Shaman of Sexy grabbed the rope just as Carlito was spring boarding off it, allowing the self-proclaimed “chick magnet” to execute a Mizard of Oz for the win. Will the WWE.com “Dirt Sheet” co-stars have the same luck against DX on a special three-hour edition of Monday Night
Raw’s 800th Episode Celebration? (full story…) (WATCH PREVIEW)

Six-Diva Tag Team Match:
Maria def. Victoria (WATCH PHOTOS)
The Sexiest Women on Television put their sultry Halloween costumes on display in a special Halloween Six-Diva Tag Team Match. Divas Champion “Army Brat”
Michelle McCool, “Bunny” Maria & “Cleopatra” Brie Bella defeated “French Maid” Maryse, “Police Officer” Natalya & “Wacky Banana” Victoria. In the end, Maria tagged herself in – much to the surprise of Michelle – and hit a cross body from the top rope for the victory.

Six-Man Tag Team Match:
Jeff Hardy def. MVP (PHOTOS)


In a ghoulish match, ECW Champion Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, & Rey Mysterio took on the frightening forces of Kane, Mark Henry & Montel Vontavious Porter. In the end, Jeff Hardy proved victorious; hitting the Ballin’ Superstar with the Swanton Bomb after his brother Matt delivered the Twist of Fate.

Jimmy Wang Yang def. The Brian Kendrick – DQ (PHOTOS)


Jimmy Wang Yang dressed up as the legendary “John Wayne Yang.” But after he hit the Moonsault and looked as if he would pin The Kendrick outright, it was Ezekiel Jackson who showed true grit. After pulling his associate out of the ring before the three-count could be completed – causing the disqualification – Jackson unleashed a devastating attack on the would-be Duke.

The Great Khali’s special Trick or Treat Edition of The Kiss Cam (WATCH PHOTOS)


The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh hosted a very special Trick-or-Treat edition of Kiss Cam in which the Punjabi Playboy plucked one Beatrix “The Wicked Witch of San Diego” from the audience and knocked her off her feet with a very haunting Halloween kiss.


Halloween Night Favors CBS. CW Registers All-time Low on Fridays.

Friday 10/31/08

-Total Viewers:
CBS: 10.41 million, ABC: 4.91, Fox: 4.58, NBC: 4.12, CW: 1.16

-Adults 18-49:
CBS: 2.2 rating/8 share, ABC: 1.4/ 5, Fox: 1.1/ 4, NBC: 0.9/ 3, CW: 0.5/ 2
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Source: Zap2it.com

TV Ratings: CBS Has 'Numb3rs' Over 'Lipstick Jungle' on Friday
Schedule changes pay off for CBS, not so much for NBC


LOS ANGELES -- Fast National ratings for Friday, Oct. 31, 2008

It was television trick-or-treat for viewers on Halloween as the networks beging to tinker with their Friday night schedules. CBS won the night in households with a 6.7 rating/13 share, more than double the audience of ABC for the night, 3.3/6. FOX came in third with a 2.9/6, followed by NBC, 2.7/5, and The CW, 0.8/1.

CBS also drew in the 18 to 49-year-olds with a 2.2. ABC came in second with a 1.4. FOX mustered a 1.1, while NBC and The CW mustered a 0.9 and 0.5, respectively.

" Ghost Whisperer" started the evening strong for CBS, averaging a 6.1/12 for the hour. NBC started the evening in second place with "Deal or No Deal" edging out FOX's game show " Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?" ABC went with " Wife Swap," 2.5/5, while The CW offered up " Everybody Hates Chris," 1.0/2, and " The Game," 0.9/2.

At 9 p.m., CBS replaced freshly canceled drama "The Ex List" with a repeat of "NCIS" and scored the best ratings of the night, 7.2/13. " Supernanny" improved ABC's numbers for the night and kept the network in second place with a 3.0/5. FOX rose to third place with " Don't Forget the Lyrics," 2.8/5, while NBC slipped to third with " Crusoe," 2.6/5. The CW's encore of "America's Next Top Model" managed a 0.8/1.

CBS finished the evening at 10 p.m. in first place courtesy of " Numb3rs," 6.8/13. ABC had its best numbers of the night from " 20/20," 4.6/9, while NBC's decision to do some schedule-swapping did not favors for the ladies of " Lipstick Jungle," for 2.3/4.

Spider-Man 4 Update

Pulitzer pen crafts "Spidey 4"
Friday October 31 1:51 AM ET

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire got out of a rabbit hole, only to be ensnared by a spider's web.

Lindsay-Abaire, who won a Pulitzer in 2007 for his drama "Rabbit Hole," is in final negotiations to write "Spider-Man 4" for Columbia.

Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire are back as director and star, respectively. Kirsten Dunst also is expected to return for the latest movie featuring the Marvel Comics character.

Plot details are under lock and key. Producer Laura Ziskin had said she would like to aim for a May 2011 release for "Spider-Man 4," nine years after the original movie's debut.

Columbia always has gone off the beaten path during the development process when hiring writers for the "Spider-Man" movies. Alvin Sargent, a veteran scribe best known for 1973's "Paper Moon" and 1980's "Ordinary People," served as a writer on the second and third films. Michael Chabon, another Pulitzer winner, also worked on "Spider-Man 2."

James Vanderbilt previously wrote a draft of "Spider-Man 4."

Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole," which starred Cynthia Nixon and Tyne Daly, hit the Broadway stage in 2006 and won four Tonys, including best play. The writer also is known for the play "Fuddy Meers."

Lindsay-Abaire has said in interviews that his plays tend to be "peopled with outsiders in search of clarity," which would put his work on sympathetic terms with Peter Parker, who in his classic incarnation is the perpetual outsider.

The choice of scribe also signals that that filmmakers are intent to focus on character, something that critics said got lost in the third installment.

Lindsay-Abaire, now writing the book and lyrics for the Broadway musical adaptation of "Shrek," has dipped his toe in Tinseltown before, with his adaptation of "Inkheart" due in January. He is also adapting "Rabbit" for 20th Century Fox and Nicole Kidman.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter

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