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Plus: Broadchurch gets the novel treatment, the Entourage movie is a go, and Shannen Doherty (kind of) wants more Charmed.
Plus: A Modern spin-off?, CNN and NBC run from the Republican party, and Justified welcomes its bad guy.
Plus: Return dates for White Collar and Covert Affairs, another round of The Real World, details on how Glee will handle Monteith's death, and Billy Crystal find his FX co-star.
Plus: CBS.com revives old favorites, Syfy goes back to Oz, and Duck Dynasty has a return date.
Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.
Elsewhere, Mondays are mostly new and Wednesdays and Sundays are as familiar as ever.
The long-running procedural will run a little longer now that everyone is (mostly) happy.
Plus: The Office's goodbye will be a long one, The Americans promotes Martha and Nina, and The IT Crowd is coming back!
Plus: The Rock heads to HBO to jock it up, Criminal Minds inches closer to renewal, and Daenerys Targaryen lands a role on Futurama.
Which of The Eye's shows are getting the super-sized season-ending treatment?
Also coming to The Eye: rookie drama Golden Boy and spring editions of Survivor and The Amazing Race.
Plus: Foxy Jane Seymour heads to Fox, CBS ends its Hulu holdout (sorta), and the Jersey Shore kids do something for Jersey.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Community makes no secret of Abed’s devotion to Cougar Town. Everyone from Parks and Rec’s Leslie and Ben to The Big Bang Theory’s Leonard and Sheldon has tipped their hat to Game of Thrones. But what else are your favorite characters watching?
It's that time of year again! October means it's now socially acceptable to watch as many horror films as possible, so please enjoy this handy guide to all the scary movies airing on TV in the next few days.
Plus: A Doctor Who movie and an ALF movie, Dallas is dated sooner than you think, and Leland Palmer heads to Criminal Minds.
America’s Most-Watched Network” is conducting business as usual, debuting nearly all of its new and returning shows during official Premiere Week.
Plus: Bored to Death may become a movie, the Emmy nominations have announcers, and Dallas debuts to big ratings.
2 Broke Girls will drive Monday's comedy block, while Vegas is paired with the NCISes and Sherlock Holmes lands on Thursdays.
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