MUSIC TO OUR EARS
We size up all the hits, from Battlestar to Black Sails and everything in between! Oh, and then there's The Cape.
The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
OUTSTANDING NUDITY IN A DRAMA
Plus: NBC's Olympic coverage is (duh) doing great, Dr. Horrible has a date with The CW, and Martin Sheen will visit his son for some Anger Management.
Plus: True Blood's source material comes to an end, Desperate Housewives might come to an end, and Alphas is just beginning.
GONE TOO SOON
Now that more networks have swung their axes, we've revisited our recent list of the ten canceled shows we're most bummed to see go.
Welcome to the very first edition of TV.com Commenter Shout-Outs, in which we comb through a week’s worth of posts to bring you the very most brilliant, hilarious and insightful comments from you, the TV.com readership!
EVERYONE LOVES LISTS
In the wake of Fox's five-show cancellation spree, here are the 10 shows we'll miss the most next year.
Two perennial bubble shows have been popped for good; a trio of other shows have also been axed in a major overhaul.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Each week, we'll post an image from an as-yet-unaired TV episode for your creative consideration.
WE RIFLE THROUGH WHAT'S ON OFFER THIS SUMMER FROM ABC, SEVEN, NINE, TEN AND SBS.
Just a few days of ratings to go and then it's all but over for 2010.
The three-man team continues to be one of TV's most fun, but now some girls have joined the boy's club and messed things up.
Fox's action series returns for Season 2 tonight. Take a chance on Christopher Chance and refresh your mind with our catch-up guide.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also: Watch a preview of NBC's The Cape. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
Plus: Human Target and Lie to Me rescheduled, True Blood gets honored, and CSI gets edgy.
Plus: Game of Thrones has a premiere date, the Torchwood US reboot has a new name, and National Geographic creates its own take on Shark Week.
NINE'S YOUTH CHANNEL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY AND PROMISES NEW TITLES INCLUDING SPARTACUS, HELLCATS AND HUMAN TARGET.
GO! turns one next week and can boast about being the most successful of all the multi-channels.
Behold the Comic-Con 2010 TV panel highlights for Saturday, July 24.
American Idol loses an hour per week, Glee gets the best time slot in the world, and the network only ads three new shows for fall
Plus: Things don't look good for a Heroes renewal after all, FX is adapting an Aussie show about a talking man-dog, and new news on Kendra's sex tape!