Can't judge a book by its cover, can't judge a TV show by its title.
Plus: NBC renews a summer trio, your first look at Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead Season 5, and Ben Kingsley is en route to... Spike TV?
Plus: You can finish Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23 now, Zombieland gets headshot'd by Amazon, and American Idol fails.
Plus: Zero Hour premieres to almost zero ratings, Kyle Chandler is headed to Showtime, and Felicity Huffman is an assassin!
Krysten Ritter's sitcom has been pulled from the schedule as ABC continues to deny that it has ever canceled a show.
Plus: TNT orders a new duo series, ABC bumps Happy Endings and the B----, and young Carrie Bradshaw disappoints.
Plus: Not a lot of people watched ABC's comedies, Necessary Roughness is officially renewed, and a California legend passes away.
Plus: A Home Improvement reunion on Last Man Standing, MacGyver is headed to Apt. 23, and Fox adapts a telenova.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Plus: TNT has created a man-made monster, CBS holds a bake sale, and everyone's favorite... ratings!
Although timeslots and traditional flow between programs means less in the DVR age, it's still nice when good shows are given a chance to shine in important spaces of the schedule. Here are five that deserve better.
The star of Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23 on her new band, "ex vivian," and her five favorite TV shows.
Plus: There may be a Luther spin-off, Don't Trust the B---- finds more actors to play themselves, and Touch adds a Lost vet.
Plus: Community picks a class and teacher for Season 4, a Secret Circle fave heads to The Vampire Diaries, and Wilmer Valderrama!
Modern Family! A dancing show! That new one with the guy from Lost! We now know when these shows and others will come back or debut.
Now that the 2011-2012 regular TV season has come to a close, where does its freshman class stand?
Plus: Law & Order: SVU and Don't Trust the B---- In Apartment 23