Plus: American Idol is finally NOT the number-one show of the night, vikings come to TV, and The Biggest Loser swallows a tennis babe.
SOME GOOD, SOME BAD, SOME UGLY
Every year during upfronts, we find ourselves nodding along with the networks' good decisions and shaking our heads at their bad ones. Here are this year's best and worst.
Plus: Adult Swim okays Patton Oswalt and Paul Scheer shows, Syfy re-ups a staple, and Cinemax's Transporter series finds its lead.
WITCHES, SPIES, VAMPIRES, MODELS
The network's four new series are spread out over four days and paired with existing veterans; Supernatural remains on Fridays at 9pm.
SOME LIVE, SOME DIE
Two of the three bubble shows will be back. Plus: The network has also picked up a trio of new shows... was the zombie-filled Awakening one of them?
What to watch on Tuesday, May 17.
What to watch on Tuesday, May 10.
PLAN YOUR TV
The time has come to bid adieu to some of your favorites until next fall; here's a quick calendar of when some of this year's biggest season-enders will air.
What to watch on Tuesday, May 3.
TUESDAYS ARE FOR SINGING AND DANCING
More than half of Tuesday's network programming involved singing, dancing, or losing weight; are Tuesdays the least-welcoming night in terms of variety?
What to watch on Tuesday, April 26.
Plus: Charlie Sheen and WBTV have different opinions of him, One Tree Hill rumors are addressed, and Foot Network stuffs itself.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Plus: Lots of TV news about Hollywood hotties (Zooey! Maria! Colbie! Rachel!).
Each week, we'll post a TV-related image for your creative consideration.
Plus: Waiting serves up a TV show, Prison Break's T-Bag finds a new bad guy role, and Torchwood casting rumors.
PRETTY EXPECTED, ACTUALLY
Network gives full-season orders for three shows, but not Life Unexpected. One vet and two newbies will stick around for 22 episodes.
ABC has made a pretty bold move with My Generation. But in this case, bold might be brilliant.
Plus: Goodfellas for the small screen, Eliza Dushku's cameo plans, and more scripts for some CW shows.
PREMIERE WEEK: TUESDAY WRAP-UP
Meanwhile, NCIS drew in an even older audience and The Biggest Loser shed some viewers.