But not Sons of Anarchy, Homeland, Justified, Parks and Recreation, or Community.
Plus: Castle adds an extra episode and Supernatural's Bobby is Justified.
Plus: David E. Kelley has a new show at TNT, Mythbusters busts a hole through a house, and a M*A*S*H legend passes away.
It's been an absolutely banner week for commenting, and more comments means more quality means more Shout-Outs!
Plus: HBO moves forward with The Corrections, ABC Family sets its midseason return dates, and Lady Gaga will spend Thanksgiving at ABC.
With The Playboy Club dead on arrival and Pan Am running low on fuel, can Magic City prove there’s an audience for a 1960 period piece that isn’t Mad Men?
Who was brilliant this week? Who was not? Let’s find out.
Plus: The series premieres of A Gifted Man and Pan Am and the returns of Supernatural and Nikita.
Here's a brief rundown of the highlights and lowlights from Sunday's three-hour master class on how to be an unfunny awards show.
Plus: The Walking Dead's executive producer finds a new thing to adapt, Supernatural hires a nerdy hunter, and the Emmys forgot about a dead guy.
Wherein we open up our personal envelopes and present our picks for which shows and actors should take home a little gold man this Sunday.
We will now pull out from our top drawer a sheet of gold star stickers purchased at a Spencer’s Gifts and affix them to the comments from this week that we've found particularly worthy.
On our list this week: Louie goes to Afghanistan, The Glee Project, and Geordie Shore
The repercussions of AMC's deal with Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are starting to sink in.
And Mad Men, too, of course.