If you've got nothing on your TV-viewing plate this holiday weekend, come on over to the TV.com table because there's something for everyone.
Instead of spending Independence Day in the ER, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
Plus: Do people not like Mad Men anymore?, WGN is adapting the comic Scalped, and what if the media covered the Game of Thrones shocker?
Plus: Sutton Foster is visiting Psych, Anna Gunn is tired of all the shit, and Sons of Anarchy's getting an after-show.
The Amy Sherman-Palladino dramedy is done after one season and five months of waiting for an answer.
FX leads the pack with seven nominations; Orphan Black, Louie, Game of Thrones feel the love, too.
Baby Daddy's Season 2 premiere is still two months away.
"Next!" might've been the quintessential episode of Bunheads.
We put grades on the intros of Revolution, Partners, The Following, and more in the opening sequence of this series of stories about opening sequences.
"You Wanna See Something?" wasn't astonishing or breathtaking. But it made me glad to have Bunheads back.
We projected the TV.com bat-logo into the sky and summoned the site's contributors to ask them to name their five favorite shows of the year.
Just because TV takes the holidays off doesn't mean you should. Now's the perfect time to attack your ever-growing "shows to watch" list, and few series are more deserving of your immediate attention than these returning midseason entries.
Plus: More episodes and more scripts for more shows, Adam Baldwin finds a new job, and Louis C.K. will host Saturday Night Live.
"A Nutcracker in Paradise" tried to do way too much, but we're still excited for what's to come when Bunheads returns from hiatus.
The network has also renewed Baby Daddy and Melissa & Joey.
"No One Takes Khaleesi's Dragons" was kind of about new character Bash and his painstakingly slow approach to coffee, but it was really more about relationships, particularly new ones.