Shark Tank celebrated its finale with a two hours block that was capped off with Dr. Doof from Phineas and Ferb throwing out a sales pitch to the sharks. According to Deadline.com:
Shark Tank was up 6% from last week’s show and up 19% from its Season 3 finale on May 18, 2012. The 9 PM Shark Tank finale was both the highest rated show of the night and the most watched with 6.57 million tuning in.
I’ll be honest, I thought the Doof appearance would’ve been a gamble, and alas it worked! What’s kind of interesting is that the Doof episode of Shark Tank aired at the same time as a new Phineas and Ferb as well as a new Fish Hooks over on Disney Channel, so P&F got double to exposure. Check in throughout the day as we continue to follow this story.
In the Season 11 finale, Stewie and Brian hop in the time machine and head for Las Vegas and a Bette Midler concert, but the machine malfunctions and one of them is rendered “lucky,” while the other is “unlucky.” Family Guy is all new this Sunday Night @ 9pm EST, check your local listings!
TVLine Gets Exclusive First Look at Anderson Cooper recording guest spot for The Simpsons The Simpsons’ 25th Season has a whole bunch of guest stars lined up for next season, including Aaron Sorkin, Stan Lee, and others and now we can see that there is another guest star this one CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Evidently, he will [...]
After the jump, we have snippets of stories for Simpsons and Family Guy staff (past and present) doing other projects that are coming up with in the next year or so. Check it out after the jump, and let us know which one YOU think is most promising.
We had finales for both American Dad and Bob’s Burgers both of which ended lower than their previous week’s numbers according to this snippet from Deadline.com:
Fox’s Sunday animation block had finales from both Bob’s Burgers (1.6/5) and American Dad (1.9/5) last night. The former ended its third season down both one-tenth from last week and from last year’s finale on May 20, 2012. The Seth MacFarlane-produced latter ended its ninth season down 17% from its May 5 show, where it aired out of primetime due to earlier NASCAR overruns, and down one-tenth from its season 8 finale on May 13, 2012. Earlier in the night, Fox had a special The Cleveland Show (0.8/3) at 7 PM that was down 33% from the show’s last original two weeks ago. There was a regularly scheduled The Cleveland Show (1.0/4) at 7:30 that fell 17% from its last original on April 28. The 8 PM The Simpsons (1.9/6) was even with last week while the 9 PM Family Guy (2.4/7) was up 9% from its May 5 show.
Next week, we get one hour episodes of Cleveland Show, The Simpsons, and Family Guy! I do NOT think we should compare the first half hour of this past week’s The Cleveland Show with next week because the ”special” airing was really just a rerun from two weeks ago its just that NASCAR ran over it like a boss. That said, one more week of AniDom, folks!
According to Deadline.com, right after the Super Bowl, we aren’t getting any new episodes of Animation Domination. Instead to coerce its already huge male viewing audience someone though it would be a great idea to put new episodes of New Girl and a random new show. So yea, anyone looking to have a good time with their friends at home after the game your night is now ruined. Enjoy!
April’s here, and that means it’s time for a new issue of MAD! Hey, it’s more fun than doing your tax returns, right? Craveonline got the exclusive first look of which you can see the latest bit from John Caldwell. Check it out here!