Plus: Friday Night Lights team pitches Western, Game of Thrones casts a pirate, and a Treme actor dies unexpectedly.
LITTLE GOLD MEN
ABC's comedy nabs seven major nominations, Game of Thrones is up for Best Drama, and Louis C.K. sneaks in, too.
Plus: True Blood's source material comes to an end, Desperate Housewives might come to an end, and Alphas is just beginning.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
The network's 2011-2012 schedule includes a dozen new shows; Chuck and Harry's Law will move to new nights.
THE SHOW THAT CAN'T BE KILLED
Harry's Law and Parenthood were also renewed, four more new comedies were picked up, and several pilots (including 17th Precinct) received bad news.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
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Plus: A Twin Peaks vet signs on for one of the season's more intriguing pilots, The Event returns with terrible ratings, and HBO is working on a show about Nazi-fighting magicians.
TV.COM ORIGINAL VIDEO
In the final installment of Teletrivia's Midseason Spectacular, TV guy goes behind the scenes of the season's best dramas, including Lights Out, The Chicago Code, Harry's Law, Big Love, and Justified.
IS IT THE NEW MATLOCK?
The NBC legal drama is drawing a huge overall audience, but competition and low ratings in the adult demo may make it another NBC failure.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
Watch clips from NBC's new shows, including Outsourced, The Event, The Cape, and Love Bites. Consider them a warning of what's in store for fall.