America’s Most-Watched Network” is conducting business as usual, debuting nearly all of its new and returning shows during official Premiere Week.
People who watch TV for a living got together last night and made some pretty fantastic choices during their second annual shindig.
We've gone through the nominations ballots to point out some of this year's weirdest, funniest, and most curious inclusions.
Plus: Preview Night includes screenings of Arrow and Revolution, and Fringe heads to Hall H.
Another round of critics' awards honors some really good television, including Community and Breaking Bad.
The NBC comedy earned six nominations; Breaking Bad and Mad Men trail with five apiece, and a whole lotta other deserving shows and actors get recognized.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
2 Broke Girls will drive Monday's comedy block, while Vegas is paired with the NCISes and Sherlock Holmes lands on Thursdays.
I love a season finale that manages to bring an entire cast together, and “The Countdown Reflection” did so in a sweet, lovely way.
CBS doesn't have much to worry about heading into next season, as it's making all the right moves.
Plus: The Big Bang Theory, The Office, and Community.
Plus: The Secret Circle, Awake, and Parks and Recreation
Plus: The Secret Circle, Person of Interest, and Scandal
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
The Hawking Excitation” explored the classic “I have something that you want” trope as Howard put Sheldon through the ringer.
Plus: 30 Rock, Awake, and Touch
When I heard that Leonard Nimoy would be guest-starring on an episode of The Big Bang Theory, certain expectations took root in my nerd brain. Specifically, that the mighty Nimoy (we are not worthy!) would actually make an appearance.
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