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  • Your Everything Guide to June Premieres

    Ah, summer, bearer of sunny days, balmy nights, and lots of reality TV. Here's what lies ahead.

  • STATUS REPORT

    What's Been Renewed, What's Been Canceled, What's Left

    A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    The Marriage Ref Gets Renewed, Satan Wins

    Plus: Sons of Tucson won't be back for Season 2, and Nicolette Sheridan is suing Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry for assault.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    Tyler Labine Finds True Love

    Plus: Jon Heder unexpectedly abandons pal Will Ferrell, a reality show pranks parents with fiancee celebs, and the Glenn Beck boycott has begun.

  • SOCK IT TO ME

    Sons of Tucson: Potential Comedy

    Tyler Labine's the main draw in this new Fox comedy that gets off to a sluggish start but shows lots of promise.

  • LOST LOST LOST

    Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

    The midseason starts on Sunday and there's plenty to get excited about—including the final season of this one show about an island.

  • WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY?

    A Closer Look at Fox's Midseason Schedule

    Sure, American Idol is back, but Glee and Fringe are taking extra-long vacations. Too long.

  • NEXT SEASON'S BATCH OF NEW SHOWS FEATURES SOME POTENTIALLY GREAT PICKINGS; WE TAKE A LOOK AT 10 THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE AND INCLUDE VIDEO PREVIEWS FOR EACH.

    TV.com Video Top 10: The best of the new shows

    One of the things to look forward to every television is the crop of new shows. Unfortunately, that "crop" is usually just a pile of crap. Aside from a couple of lucky ones, most new series won't live to see their first birthday. This season will probably be no different, but we've narrowed down 10 to keep an eye on.

  • TURNING A FOOTBALL PLAYER INTO A SITCOM STAR IS JUST ONE OF MANY TASKS FOX HAS AHEAD; FOX PRESIDENT KEVIN REILLY DISCUSSES THE NEW SCHEDULE.

    Fox sets fall schedule... and challenges

    Fox laid out its 2009-2010 schedule to advertisers today, and it isn't without a few surprises and some notable rolls of the dice. Network president Kevin Reilly conducted a walk-through with members of the media today during a conference call, giving his insight on why he kept Dollhouse, the expansion of So You Think You Can Dance's role, and Fox's next big comedy star.

  • COMIC-BOOK DRAMA, HALF-HOUR SITCOM SLOTTED INTO SCHEDULE; REAPER NOT DEAD, WILL STAR LABINE BE FORCED OUT OF TUCSON?

    Fox picks up Target, Tucson

    Fox will take the sheet off its 2009-2010 schedule next week, but it may not have too many surprises left. The network has already given second-season orders to Fringe and Lie to Me, and has added a pair of pilot pickups.

  • JERICHO STAR RETURNS TO NETWORK THAT CANCELED/UNCANCELED HIS SHOW AS PILOT LEAD; REAPER'S SOCK ALSO GETS PILOT ROLE.

    CBS puts Skeet Ulrich on its Back

    Attention Jericho fans: at least your lead actor is back on television. Skeet Ulrich has been signed to a CBS drama pilot says The Hollywood Reporter, reuniting the actor with the network that canceled (and uncanceled and re-canceled) his cult show.

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Comedy

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foul mouthed kids, Sitcoms, dysfuntional families, dry humor, children in adult situations