Sunday, April 26, 2015

REVIEW: 'The Last Man on Earth' - Tandy & Todd's Paranoia Leads to Plotting Phil's Demise in 'The Tandyman Can'

FOX's The Last Man on Earth - Episode 1.12 "The Tandyman Can"

The cul-de-sac decides to have a re-election for the President of the United States.

REVIEW: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' - Jake Tries to Continuing Working Despite Every Part of His Body Being Injured in 'AC/DC'

FOX's Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Episode 2.20 "AC/DC"

After Jake injures himself on a case, Terry forces him to take time off and rest - something Jake doesn't know how to do. Across town, Holt and Rosa try to avoid intimate conversation during a double-date with their significant others.

REVIEW: 'Madam Secretary' - Elizabeth & President Dalton Sign a Nuclear Peace Treaty with Iran in 'The Kill List'

CBS's Madam Secretary - Episode 1.21 "The Kill List"

As Elizabeth prepares for the arrival of Iranian President Shiraz to sign a nuclear treaty, she uncovers a top secret plot to assassinate him on United States soil. At the same time, she must deal with a massive protest by the Human Rights Campaign in response to Iran's plans to stone a gay citizen to death. Also, Elizabeth sees a therapist to deal with her PTSD.

Cable Rankings - TNT Leads with 'NBA Playoffs'; 'Game of Thrones' & 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' are the Top Shows

For the week of April 19 - April 25, 2015, TNT was the highest rated cable network with an average of 0.955 - followed by VH1 (0.921), USA (0.859), BET (0.648) and Bravo (0.643).

HBO's Game of Thrones was the highest rated scripted series with a 3.880, while VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta was the highest rated unscripted series with a 1.890.

Broadcast Rankings - CBS Pulls Ahead to Win Week, with 'The Big Bang Theory' & 'Bruce Jenner - The Interview' as the Top Shows

For the week of April 19 - April 25, 2015, CBS was the highest rated broadcast network with an average of 1.878 - followed by ABC (1.783), FOX (1.770), NBC (1.693) and The CW (0.765).

CBS's The Big Bang Theory was the highest rated scripted series with a 4.391, while ABC's Bruce Jenner - The Interview was the highest rated unscripted series with a 5.200.