Will someone please hire these talented but out-of-work performers now that their shows have been canceled?
The cancellations come on the heels of the network renewing several series and picking up nine new ones.
Plus: Victor Garber partners with 50 Cent, Netflix orders a new comedy series, and Maggie Q is headed to CBS.
Plus: A Game of Thrones actress is heading to 24, The Wonder Years is coming to DVD, and JoAnna Garcia Swisher is an Astronaut's Wife.
It's time to face the facts: These shows are almost certain to be goners by the time the spring is through.
Plus: Cybill Shepherd is a Trophy Mom, TLC marries into polygamy, and David Mamet is bringing the seven deadly sins to Fox.
Plus: Discovery goes to Civil War, FX finds Bigfoot, and Abu Nazir takes on Oliver Queen.
The Alphabet mostly sticks with Premiere Week, with some stragglers in October.
Get an early look at Resurrection, Super Fun Night, Back in the Game, and more.
Some days still look familiar, others get the wrecking ball; Suburgatory is not on the schedule yet.
Grey's Anatomy, Castle, and Suburgatory will also be back; Body of Proof, not so much.
Some of these shows will be back, some of them won't. We take our guesses.
When will The Neighbors lift off for the season? What about The Middle's end? We've got dates!
More credits! How do the intros of Guys With Kids, Nashville, and Arrow stack up?
Plus: Al Jazeera might have an American outpost, Jerry O'Connell lands a CBS pilot lead, and Law & Order: SVU books 'em.
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: Syfy makes up another season of Face Off, NBC orders a survival reality series, and ABC orders more scripts for The Neighbors.
ABC's new comedy is harmless and zany, but it also happens to also be jokeless and boring.