Here's the official, indisputable, unquestionable ranking of the 2013's new fall comedies... according to me.
With four shows already down, we're only one cancellation away from naming a winner, so here's a quick rundown of where everything stands—which show do you think will be the fifth to fall?
Plus: A Hunger Games vet is joining Sleepy Hollow, Hunter Parrish is headed to The Good Wife, and NBC still wants Sean Hayes to save it.
Plus: Doctor Who is getting the royal treatment, ABC wants more Goldbergs, and Damon Lindelof quit Twitter.
Mike O'Malley's new culture-clashing comedy feels like it's built from the crushed bones of boring, dated plots.
We've screened the pilots of nearly every new series to bring you our humble take on what's looking good, bad, average, and just plain ugly this fall.
Plus: Fox stuffs some dollars into male strippers, Syfy howls for a werewolf drama, and T-Bag makes The Blacklist.
A Hispanic family and a Caucasian family are melded after their kids fall in love in this plain comedy.
NBC has released the debut episodes of both shows ahead of their scheduled premiere dates. Because that's what the cool kids do now.
Also: Grimm won't be back until Halloween.