It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Kicks Off Season 12 By Turning Black
"The Gang Will Never Stop."
You're going to have to wait a little while longer for The Americans .
There are lots of comedy couplings on the air, but some of them should think about breaking up.
Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
I'm so excited that I kind of want to just skip Christmas and get straight to January.
The Gang makes history by earning the title of longest-running live-action cable comedy in TV history.
Plus: A Nashville alum is headed to Orphan Black, Glee's ratings rise for Finn Hudson's farewell, and Meg Ryan is returning to TV.
Plus: It's Always Sunny got off to a bright start on FXX, Defiance adds two to its cast, and a date for the next great HBO series.
Plus: CBS and Time Warner are friends again, casting shake-ups hit Westeros, and Harry Connick Jr. officially joins American Idol.
Plus: CBS.com revives old favorites, Syfy goes back to Oz, and Duck Dynasty has a return date.
Plus: Syfy opens up a barrel of 12 Monkeys, BBC America heads to Atlantis, and Nate Silver shifts to ESPN.
Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell will also relocate, and expand to five nights per week.
Plus: Cougar Town debuts on TBS, Days of Our Lives lives on, and Dick Wolf gets into real-life law and order.
Price, Tim, and Jen discuss the week in television! This week: Liz & Dick, New Girl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,Homeland, The Walking Dead, Angus T. Jones, and more.