Paula Abdul has a new gig.
The former "American Idol" judge will be "executive producer, creative partner, mentor, coach and lead judge" of a CBS "reality" series with the working title, "Got to Dance," says the network.
Sunday's "Lost" finale averaged 13.5 million viewers from 9 to 11:30 p.m., according to the preliminary Nielsens, with ABC estimating that some 20.5 million watched at least part of it. It was the 6-year-old show's highest-rated finale in three years.
As if the "Lost" finale hadn't messed with enough people's heads, an estimated 9.3 million people stayed put for two hours Sunday night as Donald Trump chose a still-convalescing Bret Michaels over Mount Airy's Holly Robinson Peete as "The Celebrity Apprentice."
The first-season finale of Fox's "Glee" won't air until June 8, but the network announced it's already picked up a third season (the second season having been a lock some time ago).