Plus: Fox is 'Boldly Going Nowhere.'
Plus: Brett Ratner to direct movie. Wait, come back!
Plus: Important Tom Selleck news!
Plus: Staten Island finally gets its own TV show.
The new fall TV season just suffered its second fatality!
On its Website, CBS is launching 'social viewing rooms' for viewers to discuss what they're watching Online.
'Gary Unmarried,' obviously. But what will get canceled second?
Sadly, not the Bluths.
Plus: Laurence Fishburne is going to have to learn how to use the 'CSI' semen lamp.
CBS will not be held accountable for the Super Bowl halftime show, but will Justin Timberlake be held accountable for his crappy ESPYs song?
At last, a prime-time television program bold enough to take twelve adorable canines and rank them in order of quality.
Competitive vomiting! Baby borrowing! Joey Fatone! You are now entering the unscripted apocalypse.
It's like 'Meet the Parents,' only more so.
On a visit to a psychic, florist Bella Bloom learns that she has already dated — and discarded — her future husband.
Back-stabbing both literal and figurative in CBS' mid-season replacement.
Spoiler alert! This crazy multi-cam family happily ends their day eating pizza together.
Simon Baker plays a TV psychic turned intuitive detective in this fall series. Is it worth a season pass?
This week, Vulture's taking a hard look at the best and worst of the fall's new picked-up TV shows. Which are worth a season pass?
Astonished networks are reporting better-than-expected upfront sales. Amazing!
Plus: 'The New Yorker' finally explains 'American Idol'!
Plus: Demi Moore goes indie, and Donald Trump is getting his own series on Lifetime!
Can anyone explain to us why Letterman did the exact same jokes in his monologues two nights in a row?
Was it the subpar, rushed-after-the-writers'-strike jokes? Was it the presence of Sarah Chalke? Was it Ted's really not-great hair?
A multitude of clips from Britney Spears's performance on Monday's How I Met Your Mother suggest that she might be … not bad!
Ridley Scott and Leonardo DiCaprio reteam for another project, Ricky Gervais adds more comedy superstars to his new movie, and Broadway casts its big green ogre.