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Also getting premiere dates: Bob's Burgers and some singing show called American Idol.
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Plus: Treme may or may not have an ending in sight, Harold & Kumar may get animated, and Megan Mullally joins Breaking In.
Fox in talks to give the Christian Slater comedy another shot at life after all-but-cancelling it months ago; is this a wise decision? [UPDATE] It's official.
Plus: A pair of actresses returns to Law & Order: SVU, Wonder Woman joins another reboot, and Jersey Shore loses a housemate.
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[UPDATE] Plus: Breaking In not dead yet, NBC raises its Voice, and Sons of Anarchy makes the most obvious casting decision ever.
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Plus: President Roslin might be the new Closer, NBC brings Chase back, and Dr. Wilson is out of the House.
The new Fox comedy certainly has potential, with intriguing characters, high-stakes situations, and plenty of charm. But it’s also one of the most fast-paced sitcoms we’ve seen in recent history.
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Plus: NBC's Wonder Woman might have found its villain, a Battlestar Galactica reunion is happening at NBC, and welcome to TV, Kevin Spacey.
Also: Check out Gwyneth Paltrow's Gwyneth-less SNL promos and preview Christian Slater's new comedy. Here's what everyone will be watching today.