When Dancing with the Stars premiered in 2005, Facebook was barely a year old, and Twitter didn't exist. Gas prices were under $2. The Office started its first season on NBC. Jimmy Fallon had just left SNL to begin a movie career; Justin Timberlake hadn't even brought SexyBack yet.
The Voice, 8 p.m., NBC
The competition moves to its next phase this week with the Battle Rounds. You remember, it's the thing where two members of each coach's team face off in duets, and the coach can pick only one. Well, we hope you remember, because this show was only off the air for two months …
The system seller the Xbox One has needed is here, with the release Tuesday of Respawn's Titanfall. Whether or not the FPS turns out to be a turning point in software design is still a question mark.
Once upon a time, I had a toaster. It toasted bread pretty well. Sometimes I had to jam in bagels. Sometimes those bagels singed, because, being jammed in, they could not be effortlessly ejected by the toaster's spring. Sometimes I had to toast things twice to get the proper toastiness. But basically, it did what …
The HBO series Girls may have its cutting-edge moments, but what came out of the mouth of its star early in Sunday's episode is increasingly a television cliché. It was vomit, straight from Lena Dunham's lips into your living room, the latest example of a TV trend that deserves to die.
Series PREMIERE Believe, 10 p.m., NBC
Get to know this year's top nominees, see highlights of Best Actor and Actress winners' acceptance speeches, and get a visual breakdown of who gives the longest speeches and who gets thanked the most:
The Bachelor, 8 p.m., ABC
We're not proud of ourselves for condoning this special "The Women Tell All," in which the 23 ladies who didn't reach the final two spots for Juan Pablo's heart say nasty things about him. But, come on. You can't beat it in terms of catty entertainment. …
It seems there's an end to the story for the makers of BioShock Infinite. Studio head Ken Levine says his Irrational Games will be shutting down for good to focus on "a smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavor at Take-Two."
The worst thing you could say about new Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is that he's overly excited to be doing what he does. He's so nice, so giddy to just be there, so thoroughly un-tortured in the way most comedians (and late-night hosts) are.