Good week for Whitney Cummings.
Book 'em, sheriff Andy!
Also: 'Charlie's Angels' tanks in week two.
It did really well in the ratings.
Zooey D > 'Glee.'
Twenty million people watched 'Two and a Half Men.'
Most networks saw audience levels decline a bit
Only one can win this rodeo.
The TV nostalgia boom continues.
It's been fifteen years since 'Martin.'
He'd been at CBS for twelve years
Only five new shows for the fall, but they tested well, and CBS is already playing from a position of strength.
And 'The Good Wife' goes to Sunday.
'Rookies,' the buzzy cop drama produced by Robert De Niro, is now called 'The 2-2.'
We'll never have to type $#*! again
'Persons of Interest' and 'Two Broke Girls' get the nod.
With a call to his lawyer.
While still on top, CBS still needs new breakout hits to replace its aging procedurals.
He's a goner on TV, too.
CBS admits they owe money.
Watch celebrities behave like normal humans!
Phil Keoghan's eyebrow will remain arched a bit longer.
Does CBS want him back? Is Fox chasing after him? Vulture is keeping 'em honest.
No longer the bridesmaid.
And, why the CW is struggling this week.