The Following was a bloody hit, but it wasn't enough to make up for American Idol's downward ratings spiral.
Down to three. Finally. Finally, finally, finally.
Harry Connick Jr. was last night's real winner.
If you watched last night's episode, you were a sucker.
The judges went all in for one particular contestant on last night's American Idol.
With appearances by Fantasia and Paula Abdul.
We are down to the first all-female top five in the show's history.
Jimmy Iovine really gave it to Lazaro last night, huh?
Ladies and gentlemen, the songs of Burt Bacharach.
Can we get some more Jimmy Iovine up in here please?
The results shows have basically turned into an hour-long variety show in which the action takes place in the last fifteen seconds.
Man, those group numbers are just the worst.
Is Lazaro our new Sanjaya?
Can we please retire Beatles Night before an entire generation grows up thinking this is how Beatles songs sound?
While cable has plenty of new hits, the networks' biggest hits (Survivor, American Idol, The Bachelor) started during the Bush administration.
The thing with Idol is just when you write it off as a bloated waste of time and effort, it comes back with a nice, tight hour of television.
If the competition starts now, what the hell have we been doing for the last eight weeks?
The long, cold march to Idol's top ten men and top ten women ended last night.
Last night, we spent two hours on ten guys a whole network is actively rooting against.
You guys! After only seven weeks of this show, it’s time for us to start voting.
Where’s Zoanette? Where’s Zoanette? Where’s Zoanette?
In which Zoanette does "Circle of Life" from The Lion King and it's wonderfully bananas.
Have we mentioned that Idol producers would like you to choose a lady this year? Because they really would.
It’s a sudden death round, wherein ten women will sing and five will go home.
Boy oh boy is American Idol desperate for a girl to win this year.