Melissa Gilbert’s collapse and Sherri Shepherd’s tearful good-bye to “Dancing With the Stars” combined to make “DWTS” the week’s most dramatic place to be on TV.
The action this week was in mornings and late-night as Keith Olbermann did an interview with David Letterman and the network morning shows all went at it with guest-hosts, high-profile guests and unusual stunts.
Look who was back on TV this week — Chris Elliott on David Letterman’s “Late Show.” We laughed so hard that Chris earned the top position in this week’s Top Five.
Another week, another Top Five! Among the highlights: Rickles on “Kimmel,” Kardashian on “Leno,” Michelle Obama on “Letterman.” Watch the clips right here.
Ashley Judd and some savvy ABC scheduling personnel joined forces to hand the network something it’s been missing on Thursday nights — a possible, new hit series.
ABC’s new “GCB” tops our Top Five this week.
Jimmy Kimmel’s post-Oscar show from last Sunday tops our Top Five this week.
Two words: “The View.” Once again, this mid-morning talk show managed to make headlines everywhere with a show that was all about its own tangled history.
Jimmy Kimmel earned the top spot in our Top Five after he blasted Jay Leno for daring to suggest Jimmy dyes his hair.
The after-effects of the Super Bowl were felt long after the game ran its course last Sunday. Here’s how: