Plus: The Walking Dead, Amazing Race, and Maya Rudolph on SNL.
Plus: Shark Tank returns and Prime Suspect gets a (brief) revival.
Plus: The finale of Doctor Who and the premiere of America's favorite show about male hookers (besides Gigolos), Hung.
Plus: Jason Ritter's new job means no lifeline for The Event, the Roloffs are returning to TLC, and Jersey Shore might not have a Situation!
The Roloff family may have genuinely wanted to move on from a life in front of the camera, but either way, there was no longer room for Little People, Big World on TLC.
Plus: Omarosa is returning to TV, Glee will cover Coldplay, and NCIS reaches a deal with one of its stars.
Oh dear. TLC, home of the most ridiculous and probably exploitative lineup of "entertainment" since traveling carnivals were a viable business, has greenlit another masterpiece. My Monkey Baby will premiere on October 4. TLC used stand for The Learning Channel, the network now features the absolutely most exploitative and outrageous programming on television.