So many shows got extra episodes that the ones who didn't should feel bad.
The writings of Richard Castle may soon have their own show.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
Executive producer David Amann will take over.
Plus: S.H.I.E.L.D. moves to 9pm and The Goldbergs moves to Wednesdays.
The would-be blessed union between Castle's Katherine Beckett and Richard Castle did not go off without a hitch. In fact, there were numerous hitches.
However, a number of shows are still up in the air.
Plus: The Mindy Project is headed to Hulu, ABC delays Astronaut Wives Club, and Wil Wheaton gets his own show.
Plus: Victor Garber partners with 50 Cent, Netflix orders a new comedy series, and Maggie Q is headed to CBS.
Plus: Showtime's airing new episodes against the Super Bowl, Michelle Obama will drop by The Tonight Show, and Stephen Fry is joining 24.
Let's be honest here... some new characters on television suck, and here they are.
PLUS: David Boreanaz isn't leaving Bones, Steve Carell's got a new show in the works, and The Big Bang Theory is getting artsy.
"Valkyrie" threw an awful lot of wacky stuff into a show that was already off-balance coming into this season.
Plus: CBS wants to work with Jim Gaffigan again, Mystic Falls welcomes a shapeshifter, and someone please stop Sharknado!
The Alphabet mostly sticks with Premiere Week, with some stragglers in October.
Plus: New Girl may welcome back an old friend, Charlie Harper's daughter is gay, and Sean Astin will fight vampires.
Get an early look at Resurrection, Super Fun Night, Back in the Game, and more.
Some days still look familiar, others get the wrecking ball; Suburgatory is not on the schedule yet.
"Watershed" capped off Castle's fifth season in the easiest, yet messiest possible way one could conceive.