Plus: Brian Williams debuts his new news magazine and Will Ferrell receives the Mark Twain Prize.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy deals with a threat and Workaholics gets a new boss.
Plus: A Yom Kippur celebration gone wrong on Gossip Girl and a mixed-martial-arts interlude on Hawaii Five-0.
On our list this week: Suburgatory, Fringe, and an amazing Breaking Bad jack-o'-lantern.
Joffrey! Klaus! Gus Fring! Frighten your neighbors with jack-o'-lanterns carved from our downloadable DIY pumpkin-carving stencils.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy remains intense, and horror gets its due at the 2011 Scream Awards.
Plus: The midseason finale of The Lying Game and Wentworth Miller comes to House.
Plus: A new sitcom for Malcolm Jamal-Warner and an MTV series about a plus-sized fashionista wannabe.
Plus: Lifetime's celebrity directed anthology film Five and MTV's cyberbullying-themed movie (DIS)connected.
Plus: New episodes of Glee and NCIS and the premiere of the new Chris March reality show Mad Fashion.
Plus: The Warehouse 13 finale and a wet 'n wild adventure on Hawaii Five-0.
Plus: Suburgatory is off to a good start, NBC is working on a Western, and Parenthood will last a little longer.
Plus: Parenthood and two intriguing documentaries about jellyfish and baseball!
Plus: The slightly awful new CW drama Hart of Dixie, the Weeds finale, and a Lifetime Original Movie about The Bling Ring.
Cord-cutters, we've heard your cries for some pointers on which fall shows will be available to watch online—and when. We're answering.
Plus: Dancing With the Stars dips, Gordon Ramsay heats up another reality show, and if you spank Minka Kelly's butt, you will get fired.
Plus: Charlie Sheen's roast is a hit for Comedy Central, The Playboy Club is a bomb for NBC, and Syfy turns fantasy vehicles into reality.
A new roster of celebrities took the dance floor last night, but only one of them enchanted and beguiled us with her sensual moves.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy and the return of NCIS.