Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.
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.
Here are seven that immediately come to mind.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.
Elsewhere, Mondays are mostly new and Wednesdays and Sundays are as familiar as ever.
"What's in the Box?" shook up The Good Wife in all sorts of interesting ways while still being wildly entertaining in its own right.
The network has ordered new seasons of 14 of its primetime series.
Which of The Eye's shows are getting the super-sized season-ending treatment?
Plus: NBC fans Chicago Fire, John Noble finds a post-Fringe gig, and The Office has a series finale date.
Plus: TNT orders a new duo series, ABC bumps Happy Endings and the B----, and young Carrie Bradshaw disappoints.
In Version 6.0: A beloved doc hangs up his stethoscope, a princess gets married, and a gangster receives a nasty surprise.
But they did give surprising nods to Smash and The Newsroom. Homeland and Game Change earned the most nominations overall.
Also coming to The Eye: rookie drama Golden Boy and spring editions of Survivor and The Amazing Race.
Some people are just the WORST! Especially these characters who showed up on TV this fall.
Plus: There's a MacGyver movie in the works, a Disneyland ride is the basis for a new TV project, and Arrow casts its Vertigo.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Plus: Howie Mandel is back on your TV, HIMYM is hosting a Buffy reunion, and a Coke vs. Pepsi drama?
Community makes no secret of Abed’s devotion to Cougar Town. Everyone from Parks and Rec’s Leslie and Ben to The Big Bang Theory’s Leonard and Sheldon has tipped their hat to Game of Thrones. But what else are your favorite characters watching?
The Sex and the City alum and star of The Good Wife shares his five favorite shows and teases his new miniseries, Titanic: Blood and Steel.