ABC has revealed the latest group of dancing "celebrities," and it includes a tennis champ, a music legend, and not much else.
What makes a good reality show judge? Expertise helps, yes, but there are a host of other qualities—star-power, a sense of humor, a measure of human decency—that combine to make a true breakout personality.
With TV schedules shifting all over the place to make room for new midseason series, it's difficult to keep track of when and where your favorite shows will air. That's why we're here.
It's time to reveal which weeknight wreaks the most havoc on your social life: Does Sunday's classy cable stand out? Is Thursday's night of laughs the best?
Plus: Dexter, the new Tyler Perry sitcom, and assorted Christmas specials.
Plus: Workaholics' Season 2 finale and a very special Thanksgiving episode of 90210.
Plus: The 2 Broke Girls get Christmas jobs and Enlightened keeps things awkward.
Plus: Daniel Tosh searches for his own replacement and the cast of Ferris Bueller's Day Off looks back on that classic film.
Plus: The Hub unveils its new teen-centric version of Clue and Diane Sawyer interviews American hero Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
Plus: More of the (scary) same on The Walking Dead, Supernatural, and Grimm.
Plus: Things get awkward on New Girl and Robin Roberts reports on that nightmarish Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
Plus: A haunting on Hart of Dixie and a mysterious plane crash on Hawaii Five-0.
Plus: A show you didn't know was on the air has been canceled, HBO is getting Lucky early, and Gossip Girl is bringing back a mean girl.
Plus: Things remain intense on Sons of Anarchy and the madness continues on Ringer.