Plus: Doctor Who is getting the royal treatment, ABC wants more Goldbergs, and Damon Lindelof quit Twitter.
We're holding a bit of a popularity contest to find out who is the fairest TV couple of the them all.
Plus: Two and a Half Men finds its lesbian daughter, Fox is starting WWIII, and Jordana Spiro joins FX's Tyrant.
Plus: Syfy spins off Legion, Once Upon a Time finds Tinkerbell, and Sharknado: THE MOVIE (sort of).
The Originals gets a mid-October premiere, with most of the net's other series starting a tad earlier.
New TVD spinoff The Originals leads in to Supernatural on Tuesdays, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and more.
We can't even begin to explain these decisions.
Plus: Teen Wolf has a return date, Kurt Sutter has a wacky new show in development, and Lee Pace has a new job.
Holy moly, it looks like The CW actually has a solid foundation for next season! But what about its other shows?
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Plus: More Honey Boo Boo is comin', y'all, Fox's new comedies did okay in their premieres, and the new Bachelor is... a white guy!
Now more than ever, the same names are producing a ton of the networks' new shows. Do you think any of them need to take a break?
As the network prepares for a minor re-launch, we thought it might be instructive (and honestly, a bit amusing) to look back on some of its biggest missteps, so that it might learn from them in the future.
Hart of Dixie and Supernatural will kick off the network's fall season after everyone else.
Models and demon hunters switch spots on the schedule, and The Vampire Diaries gets a beautiful and beastly partner.
Maggie Q's spy drama escapes the axe and gets a Season 3 renewal; the rich kids of the Upper East Side will return for a shortened final season.
Early pickups for next season go to demon hunters, vampires, and rich kids! There's no word yet on The Secret Circle or Nikita.