"NCIS" and "Dancing With the Stars" were the most-watched series Tuesday in Central Florida. But the favorites of young adults were Fox's "Hell's Kitchen" and ABC's "Forever."
Ed Sheeran, who gave a private concert Monday at the University of Central Florida, will appear on a live broadcast of the sitcom "Undateable" tonight.
"Dancing With the Stars" will eject two celebrities Tuesday night. Based on Monday's episode, the two going will be "Bachelor" Chris Soules and "Shark Tank" star Robert Herjavec because both stumbled in the second round.
Sheldon pushes Leonard and Penny to set a wedding date on the season finale of "The Big Bang Theory."
"Avengers" star Scarlett Johansson could have used some superhero help in hosting "Saturday Night Live." The writers certainly didn't help her.
In its long run, "60 Minutes" offers a first this weekend: One correspondent finishes another's story.
Trayvon Martin's mother tells CNN she was surprised but encouraged by the charges against six Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray's death.
"Dancing With the Stars" fans will be in control on the first dance the six remaining couples must perform on Monday's show.
"Metro Center Outlook" looks at childhood education with Joanne Rogers, widow of "Mister Rogers" star Fred Rogers,
Who knew a decade ago that a little dance contest could do so much good?