Plus: A Community star is joining Girls and a first look at The Comeback's comeback.
A roster of fresh new faces staring down the emotional meat grinder that is jet lag and competitive dating! The game is afoot!
However, a number of shows are still up in the air.
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
This has to be one of the most ridiculous seasons of network television ever.
Plus: Olivia Wilde is rockin' for HBO, NBC announces some season finale dates, and Believe is off to a good start.
A more wrenching indictment of the dysfunctional female relationship to marriage has never been televised.
Hometown dates represent a crucifixion of the soul that Desiree knows only too well.
Plus: Comedy Central renews its new girl, Smash fades away quietly, and Mike & Molly's finale gets a new date.
The casting director seriously fell asleep at the wheel assembling this latest man harem.
Plus: Joss Whedon dips into the well for S.H.I.E.L.D., Glee welcomes a Sons of Anarchy star, and Hannibal does not-awful in the ratings.
Plus: TNT has created a man-made monster, CBS holds a bake sale, and everyone's favorite... ratings!
I have to say, for a season that possibly had the highest stakes yet in all eight seasons of the series, the finale was streamlined into Jef and Emily enjoying a glowing, public proposal.
At the end of the day, I do not support the decision to prolong John's weepy anxiety and Doug's babysitter bills. You can't marry 'em all, Emily (legally) and it's not fair to the tenuous social agreement of this show to not narrow the selection.
Season 3 will introduce a new "Super Fan" element.