The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
As we head into the new TV season, several returning series are facing some pretty big questions.
"The Last Wedding" was a promising start to a season where the series is poised to redeem itself.
Nick and Jess won't be getting back together anytime soon.
She'll play Jess and Cece's former high school classmate who is now engaged to Jess’s father.
Plus: Jessica Biel is headed to New Girl, Stephen Colbert isn't moving the Late Show, and Orphan Black is getting drawn up.
When does little Batman see his parents get killed? We've got that answer for you!
Plus: Mary Steenburgen is a mom on OITNB, a Breaking Bad director will helm Star Wars, and the Freaks and Geeks character bible!
Plus: Bones is on the move again.
I didn't hate "Cruise" and I didn't hate New Girl's third season, but compared to the endless parade of awesome that was Season 2, both the finale and the whole of Season 3 fell short.
Wayans was initially only booked for a four-episode arc earlier this season before the show made him a special guest star for the remainder of Season 3.
Everyone's breaking up on Fox sitcoms. Is there a good or bad way to do it?
"Big News" ushered in a decidedly ensemble-driven remainder of the season and I'm really starting to feel like New Girl's gonna end on a high note.
Plus: Bravo orders a ton of shows, Shirley MacLaine finds a new life on Glee, and Doctor Who welcomes a Brit fave.
OMG, New Girl, what have you done?
Still no word on Dads, though. Darn.
What a shockingly uneventful conclusion to Linda Cardellini's New Girl trilogy.
If you peel away the lulz and the bound-and-gagged Schmidt, "Sister II" was actually pretty solemn.
Jess's un-Jess-like sister Abby rolled into town this week, and it was Linda Cardellini!