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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.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Plus: Kurt Sutter goes comedy with clowns and assassins, Cee Lo gets his own sitcom, and Revolution adds another big name.
Plus: Showtime moves closer to its own Sex and the City, Breaking Bad's Badger digs into a beet farm, and Sesame Street loses one legend.
Plus: Syfy is rebooting Blake's 7, Chloe Sevigny moves to Portlandia, and LL Cool J beat the crap out of some guy.
The Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 star names his top five shows.
But Bones, Sons of Anarchy, and the Animation Domination series will all be there!
Plus: American Ninja Warrior, Bob's Burgers, Nikita, and Harry's Law
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.
Plus: The finales of Blue Bloods and CSI:NY and the premiere of USA's Common Law.
Plus: The Comedy Awards, Game of Thrones, and the Amazing Race finale
The recent premieres of HBO's Veep and ABC's Scandal--which feature a hilariously bumbling vice president and an adulterous president with lots of vices, respectively--got us thinking about some of the more ridiculous politicians who've graced our TV screens over the years...
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