Plus: 666 Park Avenue has a burnoff date, Comedy Bang Bang has a return date, and info on the next Star Wars series.
Our final installment features zombies, newscasters who just don't give a darn, and a rambunctious dog!
Krysten Ritter's sitcom has been pulled from the schedule as ABC continues to deny that it has ever canceled a show.
Some people are just the WORST! Especially these characters who showed up on TV this fall.
A sub captain! A bratty pop star! An evil nun! A misogynist gynecologist! Help us pick the best new character of the season, please!
Now that we're a good chunk of the way through many of this season's freshmen series, here's what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs.
Plus: Good news for both 666 Park Ave. and Last Resort, and Fox fixes its messy The X Factor rescheduling.
Plus: DVR numbers have given Revolution a huge boost, Ryan Murphy sells more shows, and a Babylon 5 commander passes away.
Despite a great cast and an interesting location, there was absolutely nothing going on in this premiere that warrants sticking with the show.
We've screened the premieres of nearly every new series to bring you our humble take on what's looking good, bad, average, and just plain ugly this fall.
A new TV season means new shows to get excited about, and this year's list includes Matthew Perry, Dennis Quaid, Connie Britton, and a nuclear submarine!
"This show is a little bit of 666, a little bit of supernatural Faustian bargain, and it's a little bit of Park Avenue. It has soap, it has seduction, it has wish fulfillment," says executive producer Matthew Miller.
Modern Family! A dancing show! That new one with the guy from Lost! We now know when these shows and others will come back or debut.
Plus: Preview Night includes screenings of Arrow and Revolution, and Fringe heads to Hall H.
Who was brilliant this week? Who was not? Let’s find out.