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The list of LGBT-friendly shows keeps growing and growing.
Sometimes the people behind the camera leave the biggest mark.
Only a few new faces broke through the crowded field this year.
The network will also become the new home of Archer.
ABC stacks its premiere week with returning favorites, while Ed Westwick's new drama brings up the rear.
FBI drama Quantico finds a solid partner, and Dr. Ken takes on Friday nights.
Agent Carter, Galavant, and American Crime will also be back.
There are lots of comedy couplings on the air, but some of them should think about breaking up.
Will awards shows EVER get it right? Rhetorical question.
Modern Family will aim for its fifth straight win in the race for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
So many shows got extra episodes that the ones who didn't should feel bad.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
No Tatiana Maslany, no The Good Wife, and more idiocy from TV's "biggest" awards.
Plus: S.H.I.E.L.D. moves to 9pm and The Goldbergs moves to Wednesdays.
However, a number of shows are still up in the air.
Plus: Television Without Pity shuts down, LeBron's B-ball series finds its starters, and Defiance gets a Season 2 premiere date.
Plus: Victor Garber partners with 50 Cent, Netflix orders a new comedy series, and Maggie Q is headed to CBS.
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parents and children, large family, ensemble cast, Family Comedies, Mockumentaries