It's time for an awesome month of TV finales! Check out the full finale schedule, vote in fun polls, and share with your Facebook friends!
Showrunners across the country are biting their nails right about now, waiting to see if they will have a job next season or if their shows--their babies--will get cancelled. Well ABC made the first announcements today, revealing which of its lineup got an early renewal.
Romantic comedies rely so heavily on chemistry that two actors can make or break the show's future more so than any of television's other obstacles. The leads from ABC's new show Cupid chatted with us about the new comedy and from the looks of it, they were meant for each other.
CUPID [ABC, TUESDAYS, 10/9C] HAS AN ODD HISTORY. ROB THOMAS [VERONICA MARS] HAD THIS PREMATURELY CANCELLED SERIES IN 1998 ABOUT AN EXILED GOD OF LOVE WHO WAS EXILED TO EARTH UNTIL HE COULD MATCH ONE HUNDRED COUPLES – TRUE LOVE, MIND YOU. THEN, AND ONLY THEN, WOULD HE BE ALLOWED TO RETURN TO MOUNT OLYMPUS.SEE MORE...
For the week of March 30-April 5: It's a fond farewell for ER and Life on Mars, as both shows say goodbye. Damages rolls out its second season finale, and Ozzy is back on TV. Online, checkout clips of the ER finale!
It's time to get out your red pen and mark your calendars, because ABC has announced the finale dates of its lineup, including the season finales of Lost and Grey's Anatomy, and possibly the series finales of Scrubs and… According to Jim.
For the week of February 23-February 29: Barack speaks! Plus this week's Lost is one of Darlton's favorites and Brothers & Sisters goes an extra hour. Online, check out the latest from Cupid, and all the glitz and glamour from the Oscars Red Carpet.
As fall's new shows begin to feel stale, a whole new group of series step in to make the airwaves shine again! Check out our schedule of 2009 midseason replacements, complete with video previews and more!
We're almost into 2009, which means that networks have a whole new chunk of shows getting ready to make their debuts and be at the mercy of Nielsen ratings. ABC has three fairly high-profile scripted series set to launch: Castle, The Unusuals, and Cupid, and today revealed when it will take the sheet off them.