COUNTIN' 'EM DOWN
With another great FX show in the books, we're ready to take stock of everything the channel has done in the 21st century.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30 - SUNDAY, APRIL 1
Plus: Fringe, Supernatural and Syfy's Seattle Superstorm.
TUESDAYS ARE FOR SINGING AND DANCING
More than half of Tuesday's network programming involved singing, dancing, or losing weight; are Tuesdays the least-welcoming night in terms of variety?
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Plus: Ricky Gervais will remain animated at HBO, Lights Out is looking for a re-match at other networks, and Jersey Shore 4 is on, baby!
What to watch on Tuesday, April 5.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Blais' Foie Gras on ice, Lights Out, and Idol sets a piano on fire.
What to watch on Tuesday, March 29.
Plus: ABC's summer will be just as crappy as everyone else's, FX is close to renewing two favorites, and Wonder Woman picks up a hunky piece of meat.
Two relatively new shows met their makers today: One was set in a pugilistic world filled with broken egos and battered faces, and the other was FX’s boxing drama, Lights Out.
What to watch on Tuesday, March 22.
What to watch on Tuesday, March 15.
TV.COM ORIGINAL VIDEO
In the final installment of Teletrivia's Midseason Spectacular, TV guy goes behind the scenes of the season's best dramas, including Lights Out, The Chicago Code, Harry's Law, Big Love, and Justified.
The new FX drama is critically acclaimed yet sparsely watched; Tuesday's excellent episode proves the show is worthy of more viewers.
STICK IT OUT
After a lackluster pilot, FX's new boxing drama gets much better; stick it out and you'll be rewarded with more than just men punching each other.
Of all the new shows set to premiere in early 2011, here are the 12—yes, 12—we're looking forward to the most.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, Will Arnett is everywhere now. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
A KNOCK OUT
FX's upcoming drama looks like everything you'd expect from the network; violent yet gorgeous, violent yet dramatic, and violent yet good.
MELORA HARDIN--ONCE KNOWN AS JAN FROM CORPORATE--WILL SHOW A MORE DRAMATIC SIDE AS THE WIFE OF A STRUGGLING RETIRED PRO BOXER.
Are washed-up fighters the new vampires? FX is developing a pilot called Lights Out, about a professional boxer attempting one final run at glory, and The Office's Melora Hardin has just been cast as the female lead.