Plus: There's more Whose Line on the way, and why Star Crossed and The Tomorrow People were canceled.
Instead of spending Independence Day in the ER, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
We break down the highlights and lowlights of the network's new fall schedule.
Will someone please hire these talented but out-of-work performers now that their shows have been canceled?
The network also picked up four new series for next fall.
Plus: A&E gives a reality show to a hick-hop artist, pilot casting means bad news for The Carrie Diaries, and Lena Dunham is writing a comic.
As sad as I'll be to say goodbye to Carrie and the gang if they don't make it to Season 3, at least we got a real ending in "Run To You."
It's time to face the facts: These shows are almost certain to be goners by the time the spring is through.
Plus, the network's thoughts on becoming the home for genre TV.
"Win Some, Lose Some" introduced The Carrie Diaries' version of Samantha Jones, and she's wonderful.
Plus: Carrie Preston is a cult member, there's another Wizard of Oz adaptation in the works, and Syfy's getting into the angel game.
Now's the perfect time to prepare yourself for the impending onslaught of fall TV—especially with regard to newer shows you might have missed out on last year.
The Originals gets a mid-October premiere, with most of the net's other series starting a tad earlier.
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
New TVD spinoff The Originals leads in to Supernatural on Tuesdays, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and more.
Some of these shows will be back, some of them won't. We take our guesses.
Though the pilot offered us a world with interesting characters and suggested that it would treat those characters with a level of respect and realism we rarely see on CW-era teen dramas, The Carrie Diaries ran into some trouble over its 13 episodes, almost entirely because of its fascinating, but ultimately problematic story structure.
We put grades on the intros of Revolution, Partners, The Following, and more in the opening sequence of this series of stories about opening sequences.
Plus: TNT orders a new duo series, ABC bumps Happy Endings and the B----, and young Carrie Bradshaw disappoints.