NBC's "revival" of The Sound of Music might have been a pretty bad idea, and casting Carrie Underwood might have been even worse, but the widely panned television event wasn't bad for everyone.. namely, The Von Trapp Family Lodge. The...Show More Summary
NBC is bumping its annual airing of It's a Wonderful Life by a week in favor of an encore presentation of The Sound of Music Live! Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com It's A Wonderful Life Stephen Moyer Carrie Underwood The Sound of Music Live!
As part of her "Cautionary Christmas Music Tale," Kelly Clarkson performed "My Favorite Things" from "The Sound of Music" -- just a week after her "American Idol" compatriot Carrie Underwood performed it during "The Sound of Music Live!" So, which one do you like better?
For all the internet hatred rained down upon Carrie Underwood, the live-broadcast Sound of Music was a ratings hit, so of course NBC plans to do more live musicals. The busy minds at NYMag‘s Vulture blog have a list of suggestions, including at least one that would definitely attract a non-Walmart-target-demo audience: The Music Man [Read more...]
Despite erroneous reports to the contrary, Universal will not be scrapping the shot footage of Fast & Furious 7; if you missed Audra Macdonald leave Carrie Underwood in her dust, you'll have another chance; Inbetweeners is getting a sequel; and So You Think You Can Dance royalty got married last night. Read more...
A lot of people tuned into "The Sound of Music Live!" when it premiered on NBC on Dec. 5, but was Julie Andrews one of them?
While the whole world sat down in front of their TV for Carrie Underwood's debut as Maria Von Trapp, there was one significant woman who missed the premiere all together! Julie Andrews, the woman who starred as Maria in the 1965 film was not a part of the 18 million viewers. In fact, the former Queen of [...]
The total audience for the Carrie Underwood version of the musical on NBC rose to 21.3 million after three days of delayed viewing.
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — More than 18 million television viewers watched Carrie Underwood perform the role of Maria last week in NBC's "The Sound of Music Live!" But Julie Andrews wasn't among them. Andrews, who starred in the 1965 Oscar-winning film adaptation of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic, explained, "Alas, I did not (see it). Show More Summary
More than 18 million television viewers watched Carrie Underwood perform the role of Maria last week in NBC’s The Sound
The haters are alive with "The Sound of Music Live!" -- and NBC's live-musical star Carrie Underwood is quickly learning that there's no way to stop them.
Last week, the surprise success of The Sound Of Music Live! helped NBC briefly escape the valley of its ratings, to triumphantly twirl atop hills alive with the sound of people tweeting bitchy things until Carrie Underwood prayed for their souls. Show More Summary
As predicted by just about everyone on the planet, Carrie Underwood sang beautifully on last night’s live version of NBC’s “The Sound of Music,” in a production that was torpedoed and sunk by her lack of acting experience. To call.....
DiGiorno Pizza, you seriously hurt our feelings. Last week when Carrie Underwood starred in that Sound of Music thing (tl; didn’t watch), we were
The only "Sound" NBC heard after its risky live musical event on Thursday was the deafening response of ratings. The network may have been criticized for its live "Sound of Music" starring Carrie Underwood, but it could still boast that 18.6 million viewers tuned in. And now, they want to see if they can pull […]
On Thursday night, as millions tuned in to see Carrie Underwood ambitiously take on the role of Maria von Trapp, croon about the hills being alive, and make children's clothing out of drapes in NBC's The Sound of Music Live, DiGiorno Pizza was also watching—and live-tweeted the whole thing. Show More Summary
How do you solve a problem like thinking you're entitled to good reviews on your terrible acting?
The musical, starring Carrie Underwood, drew 18.5 million viewers, the network’s largest non-sports Thursday night audience since 2009.
Plain and simple: Mean people need Jesus. They will be in my prayers tonight... 1 Peter 2:1-25 — Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) December 7, 2013 Read more...
Although we just said so long and farewell to Carrie Underwood, "Sound Of Music Live!" fans are already demanding another live musical. And NBC is granting their wish. “All weekend, people have been calling us and e-mailing us," NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt told the New York Times. Show More Summary