And just wait until you find out what happened to Joey and Chandler.
Plus: A new look at The Walking Dead Season 5, FX says no to Charlie Kaufman, and a new job for Tyler Posey.
Broad City, Walton Goggins, and Albert Tsai also get noms in this well-picked lot.
Plus: Jimmy Kimmel goes Behind the Scandalabra, there's a new woman in Mike's life on Suits, and Sharknado 2 wants your money.
This has to be one of the most ridiculous seasons of network television ever.
Plus: Elisha Cuthbert, Morena Baccarin, Krysten Ritter, Amber Stevens, and Milo Ventimiglia all have new jobs!
Plus: ABC is ready for some football, Joan Allen is making a Killing, and NBC is going to church!
PLUS: David Boreanaz isn't leaving Bones, Steve Carell's got a new show in the works, and The Big Bang Theory is getting artsy.
Plus: Fox stuffs some dollars into male strippers, Syfy howls for a werewolf drama, and T-Bag makes The Blacklist.
Plus: Sundance imports a nice drama from France, Showtime takes it to the hoop, and Jimmy Kimmel fooled everyone.
After surveying all the major late-night talk shows (Letterman, Leno, Conan, Kimmel, Fallon, and Ferguson), I've put together some advice for Meyers once he takes over Late Night early next year.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.
Plus: Oscar ratings, a Supernatural favorite returns to regular status, and a Community star already as a pilot booked.
Plus: The Game of Thrones Season 3 trailer is coming, Steve Zahn lands a pilot role, and Will Arnett has a backup plan.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
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