The Peacock had a miserable year, but believe it or not, it made progress. What will happen with NBC in 2012-2013?
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Tim Surette, the pickiest of the TV.com editorial bunch, has sorted the season's new laughers from worst to best, and you might be surprised where Whitney ended up.
Creepy baby portraits! Comedy slideshows! A single word! Humpday offers the most diverse selection of new intro sequences by far.
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.
Who will live and who will die? Enter our competition to test your skill at predicting which new fall shows will get canned first!
The new Hank Azaria "workplace" rom-com has a good flow to it, but are audiences really that interested in watching a middle-aged divorced man try to get laid?
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Most US remakes fail to emulate the success of the originals. So, with the number of American remakes rising, what can be done to improve them?
That fact that it's summertime is no excuse for letting your television acumen go soft; these five assignments will keep you on your game and prepare you for the fall season.