Two more new fall comedies are going into the trash heap because of low ratings.
NBC will yank Bad Judge and A to Z after they complete their initial 13-episode runs on Thursdays. After five weeks, Judge, which starred Kate Walsh as a party-hearty judge, has only averaged 5.7 million viewers, while the romantic comedy A to Z, with Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti, trailed with just over 4 million viewers.
Hey, it's not so easy airing opposite ABC's Scandal and CBS' comedy block!
Ellen DeGeneres said "I do" – to channeling Amal and George Clooney at their wedding-day best.
The talk-show host unveiled her Halloween costume on Friday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, walking onstage decked out in full bridal finery as Clooney's new wife, replete with flowing black wig and veil.
But her most eye-popping accessory was a life-size dummy of the dashing Hollywood star – or, at least a dummy with George's grinning mug plastered on it.
She's a new mom – so it was fitting that during Savannah Guthrie's first appearance back on the Today Show she was sporting some mom jeans.
Though she isn't expected back full time until next Monday, she joined former host Meredith Vieira and special correspondent Jenna Bush Hager in an hilarious SNL-style skit for mom jeans for Halloween.
When the video ended, the show cut to Rockefeller Plaza, where a van pulled up and Guthrie and her fellow "moms" popped out.
Still looking for a last minute Halloween costume?
Jake Gyllenhaal has a few ... interesting ideas.
The Nightcrawler actor stopped by Conan on Thursday and revealed some of his more awkward Halloween outfits.
She was loved, she was loathed, but Sami Brady was never ignored.
And Thursday, her final day in the fictional town of Salem, was no exception. As Sami left for Hollywood, Alison Sweeney, who played the character for 21 years, posted an emotional farewell to her fans on Facebook.
"We've been through a lot together, haven't we?" she wrote. "It was quite literally a dream come true for me … I'm proud of who I've become as a result of my 21 years in Salem."