NO, WE DON'T MEAN FRIDAYS
In recent history in particular, it feels like more and more timeslots have grown increasingly dangerous.
The pilots for a full third of this season's new shows are (or were) made available online before their official network premieres. But is the practice actually doing any good for the shows' long-term outlooks?
Plus: The Munsters moves to pilot stage, good news for Grimm, and Happy Endings casts Max's boyfriend (and it's a good one).
ENTER TO WIN
Who will live and who will die? Enter our competition to test your skill at predicting which new fall shows will get canned first!
Plus: Costly special effects might shorten Terra Nova, Game of Thrones casts Brienne, and CBS faked fireworks.
SOME GOOD, SOME BAD, SOME UGLY
Every year during upfronts, we find ourselves nodding along with the networks' good decisions and shaking our heads at their bad ones. Here are this year's best and worst.
GONE TOO SOON
Now that more networks have swung their axes, we've revisited our recent list of the ten canceled shows we're most bummed to see go.
EVERYONE LOVES LISTS
In the wake of Fox's five-show cancellation spree, here are the 10 shows we'll miss the most next year.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Plus: More details on that awesome REM pilot, another No Ordinary Family actor finds new work, and more fake love for ABC!
Plus: Lots of TV news about Hollywood hotties (Zooey! Maria! Colbie! Rachel!).
THE JIG IS UP
A critical episode for the low-rated show recycles too much from the pilot and misses an opportunity to get fans to start any sort of Save The Show campaign.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, check out the fan-made opening credits for The Walking Dead. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
TV.com guest editor Uncle Television complains about the lack of positive response for an actually good show.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, watch Lone Star, dammit! Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
A CON WITH LOTS OF PROS
Fox's challenging new drama faces an uphill battle to win us over, but gosh darn it if the pilot didn't do just that.
These unfamiliar faces will become household names this fall thanks to their fresh talent and compelling new characters.
IT'S GOOD TO BE BAD
Lone Star lead James Wolk and producer Amy Lippman discuss the upcoming Fox show about a likable con man who ruins people's lives.
We've gotten sucked into Fox's new drama purely on the strength of two of its promos. But is this just a case of flashy marketing?