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Meanwhile, The McCarthys will end in February.
The CBS sitcom is about to end, and Sheen would like to be a part of that send-off.
Also, don't hold your breath for a back-from-the-dead visit from Charlie Harper.
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
Plus: Julia Stiles is headed to TNT, USA has picked up a series about a naughty marriage, and Empire has found its hip-hop guru.
Plus: The Americans will stream on Amazon, Michael J. Fox is returning to The Good Wife, and a dude saved another dude's life because he watched House this one time.
Plus: Hawaii Five-0 wants more Chi McBride, Sundance is marathoning The Returned, and Japan realllllly likes NCIS.
Plus: A witch is headed to Teen Wolf, Chris Hardwick's new series was renewed, and Robb Stark is returning to TV.
Plus: A new series from the creator of Homeland, The CW is remaking Tales from the Darkside, and another Friend is visiting Cougar Town.
Plus: MythBusters has an official date with The Walking Dead, a Bunhead has found new work on ABC Family, and Colin Hanks joins FX's Fargo.
Plus: King & Maxwell both get canned, big ratings for the Emmys and Dexter, and Ken Jeong plays doctor.
Plus: Two and a Half Men finds its lesbian daughter, Fox is starting WWIII, and Jordana Spiro joins FX's Tyrant.
Plus: New Girl may welcome back an old friend, Charlie Harper's daughter is gay, and Sean Astin will fight vampires.
Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
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