Plus: Comedy Central renews its new girl, Smash fades away quietly, and Mike & Molly's finale gets a new date.
Plus: NBC orders an insane reality show, Nat Faxon lines up his next role, and a showrunner change for Malibu Country.
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
Plus: TLC renewed Toddlers and Tiaras, Smash returned but no one watched it, and Chevy Chase tried to fistfight Joel McHale.
The two-hour season premiere took out the trash and added a new heartthrob into the mix.
Get the jump on the return of the musical drama and the premiere of Dr. Dual Personality with advanced online previews.
Plus: Howie Mandel and Jim Gaffigan have new projects in development, The Big Bang Theory is still bangin', and someone casts Mike Tyson.
Plus: There's a MacGyver movie in the works, a Disneyland ride is the basis for a new TV project, and Arrow casts its Vertigo.
Eveyone's favorite barely watched network comedy will return to a familiar time slot, and Smash is switching days.
Plus: NBC might also revive Cleopatra, Smash is hosting a Will & Grace reunion, and Miley Cyrus heads to Two and a Half Men.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
Now that the 2011-2012 regular TV season has come to a close, where does its freshman class stand?
Another round of critics' awards honors some really good television, including Community and Breaking Bad.
Plus: Fringe is also losing a character, a Luck vet is headed to Dexter, and the inventor of the remote control clicks off.