The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
NO, WE DON'T MEAN FRIDAYS
In recent history in particular, it feels like more and more timeslots have grown increasingly dangerous.
Plus: NBC orders a Dracula series starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Modern Family's cast sues 20th Century Fox, and Alcatraz's hottie finds a new role.
WHATEVER, WE'VE STILL GOT FRINGE
Tim Kring's "we're all connected" drama gets a second season, but the time-traveling prison drama from J.J. Abrams and the Bones spin-off are through.
THE STATE OF THE NETWORKS
Fox had a fantastic year and is on its way to a ratings victory, but is there room for improvement?
What's going to happen to Fringe, Community, Supernatural and other series that don't yet know if they'll be back next year?
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Just over a year ago, we dug through the television development slate to pick out what we thought sounded interesting. Turns out we were wrong about a lot of them.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: James Van Der Beek's jeans, Paul Scheer in his Walter White underwear, and Alcatraz's unfinished business.
ONE AND DONE
Fox's behind-bars drama answered lots of questions in its finale, just not any of the ones we actually cared about.
I KNOW IT'S SERIOUS
Director Jack Bender offered us the best-looking episode of the series this week, but he was just putting lipstick on a hogzilla.
INNOCENT UNTIL MADE GUILTY
An innocent inmate returned much less innocent this week, but the real question is: How did Soto get a date with the hottie medical examiner?
COMPARING AND CONTRASTING
Monday's double feature showed us what the series is capable of, where it's stuck, and why it should break its own mold.
THE WRITE STUFF
Three of the prison's most dangerous fugitives return to Alcatraz in tonight's gripping two-hour event.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27
Plus: Smash and Hart of Dixie.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Kenny Powers proves he's still a MF'n BA, Alcatraz gets pwned by the spelling police, and Apple makes us hate robots.
BULLIES BEING BULLIED
A chemistry whiz struck out against jerks this week by poisoning them to death in the series' worst episode so far.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20
Plus: The Bachelor and Alcatraz.
IT GETS BETTER... VERY, VERY SLOWLY
This week, Team Alcatraz chased down a madman who buried landmines all over the city in the show's best episode yet.
SEASON PASS OR FAIL
Find out what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs, then tell us what YOU'RE still watching in the comments.