This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
It ain't NBC, that's for sure!
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
Just because TV takes the holidays off doesn't mean you should. Now's the perfect time to attack your ever-growing "shows to watch" list, and few series are more deserving of your immediate attention than these returning midseason entries.
Plus: We now have return dates for Being Human, Girls, and Enlightened, and the Golden Globes finds its hostesses.
The star of Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23 on her new band, "ex vivian," and her five favorite TV shows.
Plus: CBS dumps dating show 3, American Horror Story has a Season 2 suffix, and Up All Night will undergo major changes.
Did we expect anything different? No, so let's do what we do best and complain! Here's what went wrong with this year's nominations.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
Now that the 2011-2012 regular TV season has come to a close, where does its freshman class stand?
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Modern Family also grabs multiple nods in a surprising lot of nominations apparently aimed at distinguishing itself from other award shows.
The dark comedy from Mike White was just an impeccably written, impeccably acted show that piggybacked no trends. It had something to say.