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.
The new series about a doctor who works for the mob will air all 13 of its initial episodes, and that's it.
Now that we're a good chunk of the way through many of this season's freshmen series, here's what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs.
Plus: Good news for both 666 Park Ave. and Last Resort, and Fox fixes its messy The X Factor rescheduling.
Plus: FX makes a Totally Biased renewal, Community casts Jeff's dad, and Supernatural is Tapping a new angel.
We've screened the premieres 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: Pushing Daisies might be headed to Broadway, a Fringe actor has a new job, and Game of Thrones baby names are all the rage.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
Creepy serial killers meet mafia doctors meet greedy kids meet vaginal doctors meet siblings! It's time to meet Fox's new shows, and we have video.
With a new comedy block planned for Tuesdays, Fox is serving up weekly helpings of all five television food groups: animation, drama, comedy, reality, and sci-fi.
There's also Kevin Bacon hunting serial killers, a doctor who moonlights for the mob, and a dude who works as a nanny.