A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.
Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week, include the new series of The Simpsons, East West 101 and Bones, the premiere of Three Rivers, the final of United States of Tara and the 1500th episode of Mornings with Kerri-Anne.
It's the weekend -- Entourage is closing out another swanky season.
Looking for a new medical procedural? Something delightfully sweet to cure you of Grey's Anatomy-boredom? The new medical procedural Three Rivers tells the story of organ donations from the perspective of the donor, the surgical team and the hopeful recipient. The emphasis on the connection of these three stories puts a new twist on the classic life-or-death hospital drama.
NBC's Heroes likes what it sees from new cast member Robert Knepper, who plays the villain Samuel in the upcoming season of the superhero drama. The actor has been promoted to "series regular," which means we'll be seeing a lot more of the charismatic bad guy.
NEW YORK CITY--CBS presented its fall schedule to advertisers this morning, and it had a clear message: we're not all old people. With sexually charged humor from Neil Patrick Harris, a performance from one of hip hop's greats, and hip music blaring through the auditorium, CBS' attempted message was clear: we can be sexy if we try.
One of television's comedy heavyweights is close to invading your living room again. Roseanne Barr is reteaming with Roseanne producer Caryn Mandabach for a new family-based comedy which she would star in, says The Hollywood Reporter.
One of the reasons Moonlight had such a rabid fan base was because of its dreamy lead, Australian actor Alex O'Loughlin. Once the vampire drama was finally staked through the heart, all eyes were on O'Loughlin's next move, and CBS made the wise decision to keep the actor in their crib by signing him to a talent deal with the promise of a future lead role coming his way.
It's pilot season for networks, and CBS certainly wasn't slacking late last week. The network gave pilot orders for five projects on Friday--three dramas and two comedies. And in an unexpected turn for CBS, not one of the shows is a police procedural or has an acronym for a name.