With Til Death on the way out, we need to anoint a new sitcom that's inexplicably still on the air.
It's the weekend -- Entourage is closing out another swanky season.
'Til Death isn't ending its marriage with Fox just yet. The sitcom's future has been in question for a few months now, but Fox made a surprise move late last week to give the show an order for a 22-episode fourth season, says Variety.
As the old saying goes, 'til death do us part. Or at least until your ratings are low enough.
Fox is parting ways with its comedy 'Til Death for the time being, taking it off the schedule in favor of something that people will watch.
The guest stars are coming out! NBC's Heroes has scooped up one of television's big up-and-comers, the upcoming Kings has revived a former child actor for a multi-episode arc, and Fox's 'Til Death has tapped Broadway for one of its best. Who are we talking about? Read on to find out!
It's usually snooze time when it comes to ratings, but during these exciting premiere weeks, it's hard not to take notice. Last night the big question was how NBC's Knight Rider would do. If you recall, the property was rejuvenated in the form of a two-hour movie earlier this year and pulled in decent numbers and poor reviews. And even though there was NOTHING else on television that night, NBC execs saw only the numbers and instantly ordered it to series. That's some thinkin'!