Who cares about a billionaire with toys and a man in tights when you have a meth king versus a criminal mastermind?
An apocalypse survivor drama, a family comedy, and gritty swing for a network drama all made our list.
Only a few new faces broke through the crowded field this year.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
Somewhere along the way, Parks and Rec stopped being Leslie's story, and became the story of a mismatched family of friends who were forever entwined by the sometimes pushy, but always well-meaning woman at their center.
We love you and we like you and we'll miss you when you're gone, show.
NBC has officially ditched its long-running Must-See TV lineup, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the great shows it produced.
The cast and creators have filled the show's final season with a slew of treats for dedicated fans.
Now that we know where everyone stands, what are your hopes and dreams for the rest of the final season?
What's the world like in 2017? Leslie Knope and the rest of the Pawnee gang are about to find out.
Season 7 will run for only seven weeks.
She'll chase the power couple's three toddlers for at least one episode.
Broad City, Walton Goggins, and Albert Tsai also get noms in this well-picked lot.
Other nominees include Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Mindy Project.
We break down the best and worst of NBC's new fall schedule, including that silly Katherine Heigl CIA drama.
Plus: Wednesdays are all about procedurals, and new DC Comics drama Constantine will pair with Grimm on Fridays.
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