With signs of singing-competition fatigue, Glee fading, and House ending, the network needs fresh hits.
It's called The Choice, and there are spinning chairs.
Producers will get the chance to wrap up all those twisty story lines.
It will air in late night.
Five episodes into the unlikely resurrection, the show's being bumped again.
Fox's Tuesday comedy lineup is intact.
The men and women of law enforcement will be seen less frequently on the network.
The network doesn't want you to remember these. Which is why we've dug them up!
Don't worry: It's just one episode.
The occasion? Fox's 25th birthday.
Scolded and sent packing.
"Awww I will no longer b on the show," Jones wrote on Twitter.
Alias fans will be interested to hear what role Bassett will be playing.
It's called, um, Ben Fox Is My Manny.
Who needs some Vicodin?
It did fine, while The Voice was huge.
And only L.A. Reid got the part.
Seventeen star-studded vintage promos with John Ritter and the Fonz in a hot air balloon, Michael J. Fox and George Peppard jumping for joy, and much more.
He'll play an FBI profiler, not the serial killer.
By making the firings public a week before last year's winner airs her Super Bowl ad, it makes it clear this show is not about the singers.
Will Zooey soon be hanging out with her?
She's fighting it out with two other contenders.
Even when a story makes a point of telling you that it's about coincidence, it's still possible to have too much of it.
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"Obviously there’s the Mormon connection and yeah, good for him."