Plus: The Last Resort guys have a new show in the works, Anger Management finds a new female lead, and (fake) Shark Week!
The highlights of Thursday's group of credit sequences are one network standout and a deconstruction of Beauty and the Beast.
ABC's ambitious series was forced to wrap things up lightning quick, and given the circumstances, it did a fine job.
Plus: So does The CW's Cult, Cosmo Kramer returns to television, and Sean Bean gets a new role to die in.
Plus: Spartacus has a release date, Martha Stewart will be at the center of a Fox sitcom, and one of our favorite Lost vets has a new job.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Now that we're a good chunk of the way through many of this season's freshmen series, here's what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs.
The series' best episode since the pilot validated Grace with some fancy sub-drivin' and proved that this show is too good for network television.
American Horror Story! The Walking Dead! Last Resort! DVD screeners! Listen as Price Peterson and Tim Surette tackle the week in TV.
Plus: Good news for both 666 Park Ave. and Last Resort, and Fox fixes its messy The X Factor rescheduling.
Chaplin's greatest threat right now is the island people themselves.
ABC's new drama about Tennessee's glitziest town is basically fantastic. Who knew?
Last Resort's second episode was just as thrilling as its first and provided a big hint about how this series might sustain excitement over the long haul.
Plus: Elementary opens big, Greg Kinnear is returning to television, and Miley Cyrus as bank-robber Bonnie?