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Plus: Jimmy Fallon does well in his debut, The Simpsons will be blockheads, and Kyle Chandler's Netflix wife has been found.
Plus: Better Call Saul adds some familiar faces, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen are heading to The Simpsons, and House of Lies is adding Fred Armisen.
Plus: A witch is headed to Teen Wolf, Chris Hardwick's new series was renewed, and Robb Stark is returning to TV.
Plus: Fred Durst is teaming up with The CW, Connie Britton wants to return to American Horror Story, and Lady Gaga is hosting SNL again.
Plus: A Nashville alum is headed to Orphan Black, Glee's ratings rise for Finn Hudson's farewell, and Meg Ryan is returning to TV.
Plus: American Horror Story tops itself, Super Fun Night plummets, and Kate Wash heads to Fargo.
Plus: Rob Lowe has a new project in the works at NBC, Fox orders more Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Stevie Nicks hearts Game of Thrones.
The series is the longest-running scripted program in history—and it'll probably outlive us all.
Guillermo Del Toro loaded up this year's "Treehouse of Horror" intro with several of his influences, and it's awesome.
We've tossed the potentially doomed candidates into a poll for your speculating pleasure.
Plus: A former Bunhead has joined Showtime's The Affair, Sons of Anarchy sets a series high, and TLC wins the award for most ridiculous new show title of the day.
Plus: A possible Supernatural spinoff and casting news for Arrow, S.H.I.E.L.D., Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and Person of Interest.
Plus: Arrow nabs a canary, a Firefly RPG!?, and Hannibal shows off a gag reel.
The network is staggering its biggest launches by starting early and finishing late to steer clear of the Premiere Week fray.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.
Is Fox's fall plan with constant debuts the future of network scheduling?
[UPDATE] Want to know when Bones, The Following, and American Idol will end? Of course you do.
Plus: 50 Cent teams up with Starz for a drama, The Killing might return, Carrie Underwood feels the Sound of Music, and Arrow casts Deathstroke.
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