Plus: R.I.P. to The Waltons' Ralph Waite, Alec Baldwin's back at NBC, and Once Upon a Time has found its good witch.
Plus: 24: Live Another Day adds one of the Hostages, Enlisted gets a new assignment, and NBC is crossover-happy.
Plus: Patrick J. Wilson heads to Orphan Black, VH1 finds Happy Endings, and a new Justified teaser.
Plus: FX strikes a deal with Sacha Baron Cohen, The Client List is dead, and Shane West has a post-Nikita gig.
Plus: American Horror Story tops itself, Super Fun Night plummets, and Kate Wash heads to Fargo.
Plus: ABC's going revolutionary, Ben Affleck's making the jump to TV, and Chrstine Baranski's returning to The Big Bang Theory.
Plus: Discovery goes to Civil War, FX finds Bigfoot, and Abu Nazir takes on Oliver Queen.
Also: Grimm won't be back until Halloween.
We'll be honest: This schedule does not look very good at all.
Five dramas get early good news from the Peacock; no comedy announcements yet.
When does Whitney come to an end? And what about the shows you actually like?
Plus: NBC fans Chicago Fire, John Noble finds a post-Fringe gig, and The Office has a series finale date.
Plus: The Following is strong in its second week, ABC orders a pilot based on a Disneyland ride, and Jeff Zucker fires a lot of CNN.
Plus: Howie Mandel and Jim Gaffigan have new projects in development, The Big Bang Theory is still bangin', and someone casts Mike Tyson.
Plus: Al Jazeera might have an American outpost, Jerry O'Connell lands a CBS pilot lead, and Law & Order: SVU books 'em.
Since we've had about a season and a half to get comfortable with the new kids, we thought now might be a good time to compare the two lead male detectives to see how they stack up against one another.
Plus: AMC is developing a period-piece comedy, Weird Desk is delayed, and Discovery orders its first scripted series.