More credits! How do the intros of Guys With Kids, Nashville, and Arrow stack up?
Plus: CBS orders more of one show and less of another, Hunted may live on in the U.S., and Eddie Izzard joins Hannibal.
Now that we're a good chunk of the way through many of this season's freshmen series, here's what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs.
We've screened the premieres of nearly every new series to bring you our humble take on what's looking good, bad, average, and just plain ugly this fall.
NBC's new sitcom about guys with kids sends a clear message about the joys of parenting: There are none.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
We've got the official first-look promos for new dramas Revolution and Chicago Fire and new comedies Go On, Animal Practice, The New Normal, and Guys With Kids.
The Peacock has done some pretty dramatic reshuffling, and will air comedies four nights a week.
A Jekyll & Hyde-ish medical drama, a Revenge-ish thriller, and the multi-camera comedy Guys With Kids will all be a part of the network's 2012-2013 lineup.