Plus: NBC might also revive Cleopatra, Smash is hosting a Will & Grace reunion, and Miley Cyrus heads to Two and a Half Men.
America’s Most-Watched Network” is conducting business as usual, debuting nearly all of its new and returning shows during official Premiere Week.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
2 Broke Girls will drive Monday's comedy block, while Vegas is paired with the NCISes and Sherlock Holmes lands on Thursdays.
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
2 Broke Girls, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife, among those returning; talks underway for Two and a Half Men.
On our list this week: Happy Endings, Suburtagory, Fringe, Burt Reynolds, and a certain Bachelor contestant's rappin' skillz.
Plus: Mandy Moore's ABC pilot gets a series order, HBO's The Newsroom may have a premiere date, and Alfred Molina lands starring role on TNT.
Here's the full list of winners of the people categories in our Best of 2011 poll.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy gets an extra episode, Bryan Fuller moves closer to returning to TV, and is Dana Carvey the new Regis?
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With an audience that spans more than 120 territories worldwide, the hugely popular television series will expand its reach into the interactive space by creating a video game for home and portable gaming consoles and for Windows PC.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.