Wednesday TV Ratings: Taxi Brooklyn, Big Brother, Motive, SYTYCD, Extant

Taxi Brooklyn TV show ratingsWednesday, August 27, 2014 ratingsNew episodes: Taxi Brooklyn, Extant, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Motive, Big Brother, America’s Got Talent, and So You Think You Can Dance. Reruns: America’s Got Talent, The 100, The Middle, The Goldbergs, and Modern Family.

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  1. suzyku says

    We have been very disappointed in Extant, it’s lacking and after the last episode we decided we simply don’t care and deleted it from our auto record. Taxi Brooklyn has only the cab driver going for it, otherwise it’s pretty mediocre and the female lead is plain awful! Reckless has grown on me however I doubt that it will be renewed unfortunately. I really wish they would stop doing one reality show after another, enough already! They appeal to low IQ people and are apparently cheap to produce so they cancel decent scripted shows in favor of stupid, mindless reality shows! A&E is the worst of the bunch and is now the duck dynasty network, complete trash!

  2. Rose says

    Love SYTYCD, TAXI BROOKLYN and MOTIVE. We’ve been taping Extant and have only seen 2 so far… lots to go but it’s also a great show.

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