Plus: Donald Glover explains why he left Community, Discovery gets scripted, and TV's highest paid actors.
Plus: Dads is far from dead but Us & Them is already broken up, TNT orders a cooking show you can taste, and Ted Beneke joins a Revolution.
The guy from those AT&T commercials, Norm's awkward nephew, and a Zooey impersonator are all on board for the new season.
Arcade Fire, Miley, and Katy Perry will be musical guests.
Plus: Orange Is the New Black outperforms Arrested Development, Parks and Rec casting, and a premiere date for Sons of Anarchy Season 6.
Plus: Ray Donovan breaks Showtime records, NBC calls on a higher power, and Jayma Mays settles into CBS.
FX leads the pack with seven nominations; Orphan Black, Louie, Game of Thrones feel the love, too.
Plus: More news about The Voice judges, more news about SNL departures, and HBO says yes to Mike Judge's comedy.
Plus: HBO heads to San Francisco, Downton has a return date, and Breaking Bad goes south of the border.
Plus: Bad Robot might adapt a Stephen King book, FX is going after Bigfoot, and Kristen Wiig will return to SNL.
Plus: More summer scheduling for NBC, Duck Dynasty dominates, and details on The Office's series finale.
Plus: Return dates for Burn Notice and Suits, promotions for a few Walking Dead survivors, and another reality show for Syfy.
Plus: J.J. Abrams' robot-cop drama finds its lead, James Spader goes bad for NBC, and Mandy Moore gets swapped for Kristen Schaal.
Plus: The Game of Thrones Season 3 trailer is coming, Steve Zahn lands a pilot role, and Will Arnett has a backup plan.
Plus: Lost's Sawyer finally has a TV lead, G4 is officially becoming Esquire, and Veep has a return date.
Plus: Comedy Central wants more Nick Kroll, 50 Cent is getting animated, and ABC is gambling on babies!
Plus: The CW orders a pair of sci-fi pilots, ABC orders a spy pilot, and a Secret Circle star goes Under the Dome.
Plus: Fox and M. Night Shyamalan are making a mini, Awkward. welcomes a new teacher, and Person of Interest adds a hottie.
Plus: Another blow for Community, Abu Nazir heads to CSI: NY, and Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence in a comedy?