Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
"We're not really a channel that's trying to be the highest-rated channel in television. We're trying as hard as we possibly can to be the best channel in television."
The Bridge concluded its great second season with a fittingly strong finale.
Demian Bichir explains his character's actions.
Our new favorite TV friends include a demon-possessed wackjob, and exiled Mennonite, a fraud of a science teacher, a bunch of programming nerds, and more.
One hour in, the problems of Season 1 are still present in Season 2. Is this show going to get any better?
It looks like the FX drama will once again be bringing the weird.
Now is the perfect time to ease yourself into the warmer months by kicking back and binge-watching shows that don't have anything to do with singing, dating, or wiping out on national television.
Plus: Debut dates for the final season of Wilfred and new comedies Married and You're the Worst.
Plus: The Mindy Project is headed to Hulu, ABC delays Astronaut Wives Club, and Wil Wheaton gets his own show.
Plus: Netflix is down with Pablo Escobar, cast promotions for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Fox says bye-bye to Rake.
Plus: Television Without Pity shuts down, LeBron's B-ball series finds its starters, and Defiance gets a Season 2 premiere date.
Plus: David Cross will be a dead boss on Fox, Nathan For You has a premiere date, and The Bridge beefs up.
Which ones fare best among Hannibal, Sleepy Hollow, Masters of Sex, and more?
Plus: The Bridge's reporters get promotions, Sons of Anarchy shines in its finale, and BIO Channel has a stupid new name.
Plus: MTV gets more Awkward., Necessary Roughness is over, and a big shakeup at The Bridge.
From now on, we only want fresh, new ideas.