Plus: Cougar Town has a premiere date at TBS, Josh Schwartz sells a monster high-school drama to The CW, and Mike the Cleaner gets some Recreation.
With the premiere of SNL's 38th season only days away, three new featured players have been announced. Check 'em out here!
Plus: Beverly Hills Cop might become a TV series, ABC renews Wipeout, and SNL announces its first hosts and musical guests of Season 38.
Plus: The Newsroom finishes strong, ex-SNLer Abby Elliott has her first new job, and demon spawn curses the Earth to kill us all.
Plus: American Idol is wooing Kanye, Bravo cancels Work of Art, and The Walking Dead adds a character.
The young actress from shows like Desperate Housewives and Melissa & Joey names her top five TV shows.
Another predictable round of nominations goes out to the usual suspects; all six Modern Family leads get called.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
Another round of critics' awards honors some really good television, including Community and Breaking Bad.
Plus: Get ready for a Hatfields & McCoys series, another singing show is en route, and The Office is keeping one of its new employees.
Host and musical guest Mick Jagger presided over a surprisingly star-studded farewell to Kristin Wiig. And it was terrific!
Plus: American Ninja Warrior, Bob's Burgers, Nikita, and Harry's Law
This will be the first time Jagger has hosted solo—he's appeared before with some act called The Rolling Stones—and he'll be joined by two musical guests: Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire.
The Peacock has done some pretty dramatic reshuffling, and will air comedies four nights a week.
Plus: The finales of Blue Bloods and CSI:NY and the premiere of USA's Common Law.