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With a new comedy block planned for Tuesdays, Fox is serving up weekly helpings of all five television food groups: animation, drama, comedy, reality, and sci-fi.
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Plus: Grimm, Army Wives, Breakout Kings, and Q'Viva! The Chosen.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Amazing Race, and Maya Rudolph on SNL.
Plus: Zooey Deschanel on SNL and the Angry Boys finale.
Find out what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs, then tell us what YOU'RE still watching in the comments.
In the future all TV shows will be made into movies. What are some of the best ones so far?
Plus: Fringe, Austin City Limits, and The Good Wife.
Plus: The Glee Project will live to sing again, The Walking Dead beefs up its episode order, and NBC orders another Western.
It's not at as bad as Allen Gregory was, but we've got one question: Who asked for this?
Plus: Supernatural, Once Upon A Time, and the premiere of Napoleon Dynamite.
With TV schedules shifting all over the place to make room for new midseason series, it's difficult to keep track of when and where your favorite shows will air. That's why we're here.
Also getting premiere dates: Bob's Burgers and some singing show called American Idol.
UK channels have already picked up New Girl, Pan Am, Terra Nova and Homeland; now they need to acquire Alcatraz, Awake and Dallas.
Simon Cowell's new talent show will dominate Wednesday and Thursday; the network's new series will be sprinkled throughout the week.