MUSIC TO OUR EARS
We size up all the hits, from Battlestar to Black Sails and everything in between! Oh, and then there's The Cape.
Wow, has another week gone by already? So it has. And what a week it was.
Plus: ABC Family orders more Switched At Birth, Lucy Liu puts on the blue for TNT, and Sean Hayes may return to NBC.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Emmys snubs and surprises, Mad Men returning to the air, Community hotties takin' it off, and TNT's cancellation of Men of a Certain Age.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Plus: Eastbound and Down could end next year, Matt Saracen lands a back-up role in case Off the Map fails, Lost's Man in Black will fight zombies, and The Cape signs off tonight.
Plus: Another blonde starlet might judge The X Factor, lots of pilot casting news, and The Cape finale may not air on TV, but it will air.
Tim Surette sits down with Watson, the IBM-created supercomputer that's competing on Jeopardy! this week.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, we profess our adoration for some of TV's most lovable characters, from shows like The Vampire Diaries, Parks and Recreation, Archer, and more.
The boldest, brightest, and most all-around entertaining TV.com user comments from last week.
MENA SUVARI IS NOT THAT HERO
Is the superhero series falling victim of the Summer Glau effect? Is it at a disadvantage 'cause of a rough NBC time slot? Or is it just a crappy show?
Plus: The creator of Heroes is working on a series pilot for Fox, NBC puts Law & Order: LA on the back burner, and Ricky Gervais will return to The Office.
Plus: Glee embraces Bieber fever, a Wonder Woman remake is rejected by the majors, and could there be a non-white Bachelor in ABC's future?
STUPIDLY FUN OF JUST PLAIN STUPID?
As a TV show ostensibly inspired by comic books, The Cape manages to fundamentally misunderstand both television and comic books.
WE CAN BE HEROES
NBC's upcoming man-turned-superhero show is the network's big midseason launch. Does it look cool or corny to you?
SAFE FOR WORK
Also: Watch a preview of NBC's The Cape. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
THREE HOURS OF LAUGHING
The network's new midseason schedule also includes a premiere date for The Cape, a break for The Event, and more of The Marriage Ref.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
Watch clips from NBC's new shows, including Outsourced, The Event, The Cape, and Love Bites. Consider them a warning of what's in store for fall.
THE KRYPONITE AXE
NBC's superhero show is done, kaput, gone: It happened several seasons too late, but Heroes is finally canceled.
Plus: Scrubs is dead (according to JD), Two and a Half Men is cut down, and Lost's Ben get a real shiner.