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Now that we've looked at how some of 2012's new shows are faring in the latest installment of the TV.com 4-Episode Test™, we've also decided to revisit the new comedies that debuted in the fall.
Day 3 of our week-long look at the new opening sequences of the fall tackles New Girl, Last Man Standing, Ringer, and more.
In this edition: Homeland, Once Upon a Time, American Horror Story, and more.
Get ready for a full season's worth of poisoned apples, Casey Wilson, and one man complaining about Glee.
This was supposed to be the season of men shriveling up and cowering before far more powerful women; how are the guys on the new network shows holding up?
The new ABC comedy portrays men as impotent, nutless pansies while stealing Modern Family's formula.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy remains intense, and horror gets its due at the 2011 Scream Awards.
Plus: Charlie's Angels is in big trouble, Lando's going to Man Up, and ABC is hosting a Cheers reunion.
Cord-cutters, we've heard your cries for some pointers on which fall shows will be available to watch online—and when. We're answering.
Who will live and who will die? Enter our competition to test your skill at predicting which new fall shows will get canned first!
Fairy-tale drama Once Upon a Time won't launch until October 23, a full month after the hoopla from "premiere week" has died down to a hush.
After canceling six shows, ABC greenlights seven new dramas and five new comedies.