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Plus: NBC's Olympic coverage is (duh) doing great, Dr. Horrible has a date with The CW, and Martin Sheen will visit his son for some Anger Management.
CBS has been the quietest of all the networks during the busy pre-upfront period, keeping the lid tight on its 2009-2010 plans, but word about what's going on behind The Eye is finally getting out. First to hit the street: CBS has renewed Cold Case.
Showrunners across the country are biting their nails right about now, waiting to see if they will have a job next season or if their shows--their babies--will get cancelled. Well ABC made the first announcements today, revealing which of its lineup got an early renewal.
As one of the original castaways on ABC's excellent Lost, Harold Perrineau had the unfortunate task of playing the show's most famous turncoat, Michael "Waaaaaaalt!" Dawson. But now he has a whole new persona in the new show The Unusuals--a cop so scared of dying he always wears a bullet-proof vest.
For the week of April 6-April 12: Premieres. premieres, premieres. Southland, Parks & Recreation, and Harper's Island highlight the debuts this week. Check out clips of all of them on TV.com to see which is worth your while!
As fall's new shows begin to feel stale, a whole new group of series step in to make the airwaves shine again! Check out our schedule of 2009 midseason replacements, complete with video previews and more!
We're almost into 2009, which means that networks have a whole new chunk of shows getting ready to make their debuts and be at the mercy of Nielsen ratings. ABC has three fairly high-profile scripted series set to launch: Castle, The Unusuals, and Cupid, and today revealed when it will take the sheet off them.
ABC has a problem...but it's a problem most networks would kill to have. With midseason quickly approaching, ABC has its hands full of new shows ready to rock but not many places to put them. The network's scripted champ Lost is scheduled to return with 17 episodes sometime in early 2009, and on top of that, half a dozen new programs are in the can and looking for some vacancy.
Kevin Falls' time away from television didn't last long. After seeing his time-jumping drama Journeyman sputter after 13 episodes on NBC, Falls is back in the biz.