PLAN YOUR TV
The new season is finally here! We're so excited about it that we made you a handy guide to what's on when.
Plus: NBC is putting together Frankenstein, Chuck casts Lost and Smallville vets, and Gilmore Girls creator has a new project.
Plus: A Deadwood alum joins The Firm, Torchwood's next season might be a ways away, and Chuck stunt casts!
Plus: More guest casting announcements than you can take (including a pair of awesome Community ones), and reports of Glee departures are greatly exaggerated.
BATTLE OF THE CABLE CHANNELS
This week's America's Got Cable battle will be not be controversial in any way!
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
NBC's spy comedy returns Friday October 21
Plus: Ebert reconsiders that tweet about Ryan Dunn, CBS will keep airing the Grammys, and a bunch of TV stars will be recognized on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Season finale hook-ups, Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart, and L.A. Noire's stellar, TV star-studded cast.
SOME GOOD, SOME BAD, SOME UGLY
Every year during upfronts, we find ourselves nodding along with the networks' good decisions and shaking our heads at their bad ones. Here are this year's best and worst.
What to watch on Monday, May 16.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
The network's 2011-2012 schedule includes a dozen new shows; Chuck and Harry's Law will move to new nights.
THE SHOW THAT CAN'T BE KILLED
Harry's Law and Parenthood were also renewed, four more new comedies were picked up, and several pilots (including 17th Precinct) received bad news.
Plus: An A-lister almost replaced Charlie Sheen on Men, Fringe promotes one to regular, and TBS sets up a Wedding.
In the latest episode of Teletrivia, TV Guy covers five of 2011's most "unstable" shows: Chuck, V, Breaking In, Lie to Me, and Two and a Half Men.
What to watch on Monday, May 9.
PLAN YOUR TV
The time has come to bid adieu to some of your favorites until next fall; here's a quick calendar of when some of this year's biggest season-enders will air.
What to watch Monday, May 2.
Plus: An NCIS star isn't going anywhere, but the show's creator is suing CBS; and a nasty Supernatural rumor no one wants to hear.
What to watch Monday, April 25.
Plus: Running Wilde will be burned off, Demi Lovato gives Sonny with... no more chances, and Dr. Who loses a family member.