Articles for Happy Endings Season 1

There are many possibilities to what happens after a couple splits - the division of property, the awkward reunions, and who gets the friends. But that isn‘t just what makes up ABC‘s Happy Endings, because it‘s so much more complicated.After several years of dating, Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) have finally decided to tie the knot. This perfect couple is known for drawing together a tight circle of friends, but what happens when things go awry at the altar? A game-changer. Read more »
ABC announced its plans for the 2010-2011 TV season and despite adding seven new shows this fall, the rest of the schedule is very familiar.  Returning shows Dancing with the Stars, Castle, Modern Family, Cougar Town, Grey‘s Anatomy, Private Practice, Desperate Housewives and Brothers and Sisters all remain right where they currently are.See More:The CW‘s Fall Lineup>>CBS‘ Fall Lineup>>FOX‘s Fall Lineup>>NBC‘s Fall Lineup>>Other than the new shows, the main story from ABC is that V, which was renewed for a second season, won‘t be back until 2011.  It looks like the network really is trying to turn it into the new Lost.  Read more »
The new trend in sitcoms seems to be about relationships and old college friends and family. NBC has Perfect Couples, FOX has Traffic Light, and now ABC has Happy Endings, premiering tonight at 9:30pm with two back-to-back episodes before moving to its regular 10pm time slot next week. To be perfectly honest, you could switch the titles, plots and most of the characters of Happy Endings with Perfect Couples and I‘m not sure I‘d be able to tell the difference.  Read more »
On Tuesday evening, the FOX network went for all-out decimation with regard to its "bubble" shows. Every program not certain of renewal is gone. Before the cancellation bloodbath was over, Human Target, Lie to Me, Breaking In, The Chicago Code and Traffic Light all fell off the FOX schedule.So what does this mean for the fates of bubble shows on the other networks? Read more »
Last night, FOX‘s American Idol proved there is life after Simon Cowell by beating its own ratings for not only last week, but last season‘s comparable episode as well.On last night‘s episode, the final four competitors took on songs by legendary songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, who wrote such classics as "There Goes My Baby," "Yakety Yak," "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock," just to name a few. Oh, and "Stand By Me." Can‘t forget that one. In any case, Idol outperformed last week and last year. It was up 5% from last week, and it beat last season‘s top four episode by 1%, with 24.96 million viewers. Looks like Idol still has some blood flowing through its veins, even after all these years. I imagine the show will be around for a long time yet to come. Read more »
The madness continues as ABC enters the ring today with cancellations and new show pick-ups for next season. We‘ve already heard plenty from NBC and FOX this week, now it‘s been revealed that ABC has canceled Brothers and Sisters, V, No Ordinary Family, Off the Map, Better With You, Detroit 1-8-7 and Mr. Sunshine.But on the bright side, they also renewed Happy Endings and Body of Proof for second seasons and Shark Tank for a third season.  Read more »
ABC is pretty confident in its current lineup because most of its current shows are returning to the exact same time slots. Dancing with the Stars, Castle, Body of Proof, The Middle, Modern Family, Grey‘s Anatomy, Private Practice and Desperate Housewives are keeping the network anchored with returning favorites on nearly every night.  Read more »
Last night, FOX‘s American Idol rose even further, up slightly from last week, and is sure to soar even higher for the season finale next week. With many of Wednesday‘s big shows out for the summer, Idol had little to no competition going into last night‘s two-hour singing extravaganza. On last night‘s episode, the final three competitors sang three songs a piece -- one chosen by coach Jimmy Iovine, one chosen by the judges and one chosen by the contestants themselves. The episode absolutely dominated ratings, with 24.36 million viewers. Going into the results show tonight, it‘s anyone‘s game. Be sure and check BuddyTV tonight for our recap of Idol, and find out who‘s surviving into the final episodes of the season!  Read more »
Last night, FOX‘s American Idol obliterated the competition with its season finale results show, beating out last week‘s results show and last year‘s finale by wide margins. On Idol last night, country singer Scotty McCreery took the title and became this season‘s American Idol. The finale had 29.3 million viewers, an absolutely staggering number. That‘s a 21% increase over last year‘s finale, and the first time in five years Idol has topped a previous season‘s finale. And if you weren‘t one of the 29.3 million that watched last night‘s Idol, check out our handy recap. Read more »