Plus: Sundance imports a nice drama from France, Showtime takes it to the hoop, and Jimmy Kimmel fooled everyone.
Plus: CBS wins the ratings race, The Goodwin Games is as good as dead, and Lisa Kudrow's celebrity family tree show is still alive.
With TV schedules shifting all over the place to make room for new midseason series, it's difficult to keep track of when and where your favorite shows will air. That's why we're here.
Whitney moves to Wednesdays, Up All Night moves to Thursdays, and there's no Prime Suspect or Awake.
What to watch from Friday, April 8 through Sunday, April 10.
Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including the season two premiere of Eastbound & Down, Glastonbury 2010, Better with You, finals of Recruits, Rush and Neighbours, as well as Carols in the Domain and more.
A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.
Why watch a show about the ancestors of a famous person you may or may not care about? Because it's actually kind of fascinating.
NBC has added a pair of projects to its fleet of pilots, fattening up its schedule and beginning the rebuilding process after a disappointing year. The first is a dramedy titled Lost in the '80s and the second is a post-apocalyptic drama called Day One.