Plus: Girls, The Killing, and The Ricky Gervais Show
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Now that we've looked at how some of 2012's new shows are faring in the latest installment of the TV.com 4-Episode Test™, we've also decided to revisit the new comedies that debuted in the fall.
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.
Thursdays offer another wide-ranging set of intros, from surprisingly bad to surprisingly good.
This was supposed to be the season of men shriveling up and cowering before far more powerful women; how are the guys on the new network shows holding up?
The two shows rank first and second in terms of overall viewers for new programs.
Plus: Desperate Housewives' Marc Cherry is working on a new project, HBO is rockin' out with Jagger and Scorsese, and Mandy Moore is ABC's next sitcom star.
Plus: Supernatural and a Craig Ferguson stand-up special.
Plus: The Office experiences a staff shakeup and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia gets audited.
Plus: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia takes on the world of child beauty pageants.
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!