Now that the sting of sudden cancellation has dulled, it's the perfect time to discuss which cancellation hurt you the most.
It'll nestle right in between 2 Broke Girls and Scorpion.
The series was only a few episodes into its sophomore season.
Mom and The Millers are both switching nights to make room for... reruns?
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
Plus: The Emmys finally splits movies and minis, Netflix plays Marco Polo, and Intelligence drops in the ratings.
Here's the official, indisputable, unquestionable ranking of the 2013's new fall comedies... according to me.
With four shows already down, we're only one cancellation away from naming a winner, so here's a quick rundown of where everything stands—which show do you think will be the fifth to fall?
This was a tough group of shows to get through, but it thankfully still yielded a couple keepers.
Plus: A Hunger Games vet is joining Sleepy Hollow, Hunter Parrish is headed to The Good Wife, and NBC still wants Sean Hayes to save it.
All three comedies will be around at least through May.
How about that cast!? How about that premise? The two mix for a mediocre sitcom, which we'll consider a win.
We've screened the pilots of nearly every new series to bring you our humble take on what's looking good, bad, average, and just plain ugly this fall.
Plus: Gravity Falls gets good news, a real housewife is in trouble, and Lindsay Lohan will guest-host a talk show.
Plus: Ray Donovan breaks Showtime records, NBC calls on a higher power, and Jayma Mays settles into CBS.
Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.