Now that the major broadcast networks have announced which new shows will grace their fall schedules, what are their prospects?
ABC' opened the floodgates on Friday evening, ordering seven new dramas and five comedies for the 2013-14 season. Alphabet's new dramas are: Joss Whedon's “Marvel's Agents of SHIELD,” “Lucky 7,”…
Fox captured the first Wednesday of the May sweep but its “American Idol” hit an all-time low for a Wednesday episode and was again bested by ABC's “Modern Family,” which was the night's No. 1…
Opposite some repeats on the competition, Fox's "American Idol" hit a three-week high Wednesday, ruling as the night's top show and extending the net's winning streak on the night among young adults…
The ABC family comedy “How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life” opened to fairly good numbers Wednesday and helped prop up the entire night. The net's “Modern Family” solidly beat…
The networks see the DVR as something of a primetime panacea for ratings, but same-night viewing is still the biggest driver of a show's numbers. Just ask some of TV's top series, which remain as…
ABC laid out its midseason plans on Tuesday, setting March 3 as the premiere for organized-crime drama "Red Widow" while skedding Anthony Edwards thriller "Zero Hour" for Feb. 14.
ABC will concentrate most of its fall season bows to the traditional premiere week beginning Sept. 24, the network announced Thursday.
For years, Cheryl Hines has squeezed in plenty of film, TV and voice work while appearing on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Why add another series to her busy schedule?
As Tessa Altman, a snarky, insightful 16-year-old who moves with her dad (Jeremy Sisto) from the big city to the 'burbs in "Suburgatory," Jane Levy is a fish out of water, struggling to find her…
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