The company that manufactured the original stuffed animal used as Bert has accused the network of selling unlicensed Bert the Farting Hippo merchandise.
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
Plus: AMC orders three new unscripted series, a trailer for Syfy's Dominion, and Michael Weatherly's officially back for Season 12 of NCIS.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
Plus: The Walking Dead borrows from The Wire (again), a new Star Wars trailer, and SpikeTV orders a drama about King Tut.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
Plus: David Schwimmer is schwimming back to TV, Scott Bakula is leaping back to TV, and Breaking Bad won some more awards.
Plus: HBO is cool with sharing passwords, New Girl is in legal trouble, and Justified adds an Oscar winner.
Plus: Hawaii Five-0 wants more Chi McBride, Sundance is marathoning The Returned, and Japan realllllly likes NCIS.
Plus: Premiere dates for two of Amazon's original comedies, Anna Gunn meets Mindy, and good news for NCIS's new girl.
Plus: MythBusters has an official date with The Walking Dead, a Bunhead has found new work on ABC Family, and Colin Hanks joins FX's Fargo.
Plus: King & Maxwell both get canned, big ratings for the Emmys and Dexter, and Ken Jeong plays doctor.
Plus: New Girl may welcome back an old friend, Charlie Harper's daughter is gay, and Sean Astin will fight vampires.
Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.
TNT's latest "dynamic duo" series is far from great, but also far from poor.
Elsewhere, Mondays are mostly new and Wednesdays and Sundays are as familiar as ever.
Which of The Eye's shows are getting the super-sized season-ending treatment?