NO, WE DON'T MEAN FRIDAYS
In recent history in particular, it feels like more and more timeslots have grown increasingly dangerous.
ONE AND DONE
Sarah Michelle Gellar's twinsanity series and L.J. Smith's bewitching teen drama get the boot as the network's odd shows out.
VAMPIRES, DEMON HUNTERS, AND RICH KIDS
Early pickups for next season go to demon hunters, vampires, and rich kids! There's no word yet on The Secret Circle or Nikita.
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.
ARE YOU HOPING FOR A SEASON 2?
The season (and maybe series) finale did more than just finally off Macawi. But all of its steps in the right direction were likely too little, too late.
As Bridget's vow-renewal ceremony nears, she wavers on whether or not to tell Andrew the truth about her identity.
ONLY ONE EPISODE LEFT
Taken as a standalone episode, “It’s Called Improvising, Bitch!” was pretty entertaining. But it didn't make any sense in the context of the season as a whole.
It's the only part of the story we're still interested in.
PLEASE DON'T DO THE TIME WARP EVER AGAIN
This show continues to flub its big moments, and "Let's Kill Bridget!" had some of the worst pacing and time jumps we’ve seen all season.
Overall, I’d say we can safely call the show a failure: a neo-noir that never committed to the genre, a nighttime soap that took itself too seriously.
GOOD GUY OR BAD GUY?
Andrew Martin has gone from evil, soulless monster to loving husband and back again.
ALSO, ANDREW'S A REALLY BAD GUY NOW
"You're Way Too Pretty to Go to Jail" was a boring slog through financial wrongdoings and backstory that would have been more useful half a season ago.
Gruffudd plays Andrew Martin, a loving husband who might be harboring some dark secrets of his own.
For the first time all season, I’m not even a little bit bored with this show, and that’s all I ever really needed.
Tuesday's "What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag?" finally delivered the kind of soap opera thriller we've been promised since the start of the series.
SAME OLD, SAME OLD
We approached Tuesday's return with a clear head and a forced sense of optimism: new year, new appreciation of Ringer. At least, that was the intention.
THE VIEWERS HAVE SPOKEN
Here's the full list of winners in the show categories of our Best of 2011 poll.
JUST FOR FUN
To celebrate Amber Benson and Sarah Michele Gellar
crossing paths again, we've listed the five essential Tara episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Day 3 of our week-long look at the new opening sequences of the fall tackles New Girl, Last Man Standing, Ringer, and more.
There's nothing we enjoy more than needless speculation, so let's discuss the candidates in the running to become Ringer's first casualty.