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Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
We put grades on the intros of Revolution, Partners, The Following, and more in the opening sequence of this series of stories about opening sequences.
Some people are just the WORST! Especially these characters who showed up on TV this fall.
The man who presses the Cancellation Button at CBS finally returned from vacation today and immediately got to work.
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
Now that we're a good chunk of the way through many of this season's freshmen series, here's what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs.
Emmys! Premieres! Sons of Anarchy! Listen as Price Peterson and Tim Surette tackle the week in TV.
The new show from the creator of Will & Grace debuted Monday on CBS. Was it any good? Answer: No.
America’s Most-Watched Network” is conducting business as usual, debuting nearly all of its new and returning shows during official Premiere Week.
See Jonny Lee Miller's Sherlock Holmes (and Lucy Liu's Watson) in action! See the return of Michael Chiklis! See Michael Urie freak out!