After three hours of live The X Factor this week, some answers!
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
Plus: Good news for both 666 Park Ave. and Last Resort, and Fox fixes its messy The X Factor rescheduling.
Plus: The X Factor chooses new hosts, a new America's Next Top Model will feature men, and your Super Bowl halftime entertainer is...
Plus:BSG's Ron Moore is rebooting A Knight's Tale, The CW is chasing aliens, and Mr. Sarah Jessica Parker is headed to Modern Family.
As it turned out, Britney Spears was not the trainwreck people were expecting. In fact, she was kind of ABOVE The X Factor.
Plus: CBS shifts its Sunday schedule to accommodate football, A&E gets involved in the Occult, and UGH to the The X Factor's potential new host.
Plus: Will Forte's Rebounding isn't done yet, a new lead for Animal Practice, and Britney is already an X Factor diva.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
Plus: NBC partners with pirates, SyFy does some scheduling, Dancing With the Stars announces a gimmick edition, and HBO heads to Wall Street.
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 Daytime Emmy nominations are out, Mob Wives is sticking around, and NBC is rrrrrready for pirates.
Fox had a fantastic year and is on its way to a ratings victory, but is there room for improvement?