The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
Simon Cowell's other singing show is officially toast in the U.S.
Plus: A possible tenth season for Bones, Demi Lovato's out at The X Factor, and Fred Armisen is headed back to Brooklyn.
Plus: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. opens big, The CW is experimenting with a sci-fi Western, and Robert De Niro's headlining a new HBO miniseries.
The network is staggering its biggest launches by starting early and finishing late to steer clear of the Premiere Week fray.
Plus: 666 Park Avenue has a burnoff date, Comedy Bang Bang has a return date, and info on the next Star Wars series.
Plus: You can finish Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23 now, Zombieland gets headshot'd by Amazon, and American Idol fails.
Is Fox's fall plan with constant debuts the future of network scheduling?
After an over the top red-carpet intro, a few Christmas songs from the top three acts, performances from Pitbull and One Direction, three Khloe Kardashian costume changes, and one last duet between the final two, we finally have a Season 2 winner.
With the audience vote looming, Wednesday's episode gave us another round of double performances from the final four contestants, an increasing amount of filler, and a completely checked-out Demi Lovato.
Here are our thoughts on Wednesday's performances.
Here's a quick review of this week's performances.
We guessed that Cece and Beatrice would be headed for the chopping block this week... and we were entirely incorrect.
On Thursday, the show decided to reveal the complete order of how America voted after Wednesday's performances.
Plus: Foxy Jane Seymour heads to Fox, CBS ends its Hulu holdout (sorta), and the Jersey Shore kids do something for Jersey.