Why? We have no idea.
Grab the tissues!
Who is it that always says people don't change? Oh right. House.
With signs of singing-competition fatigue, Glee fading, and House ending, the network needs fresh hits.
Who needs some Vicodin?
The Good Wife needs some exercise, and Glee needs to read more.
Plus: Justin Timberlake has always had a soft spot for Ernie and Grover, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
His insults, they take as compliments.
Network Status Report: Will Simon Cowell and Terra Nova Make Fox Even More Dominant, or Push Their Luck?
If 'X Factor' is a hit, it'll mean that one fifth of Fox's regular schedule will be tentpole.
'Mad Men,' 'Glee,' Amy Poehler, Steve Buscemi: Whose year is it?
Plus: Hugh Laurie agrees that John Goodman should play Dr. House, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The TV nostalgia boom continues.
'Bones' won't be here till November, but 'Glee' and 'The X Factor' start in September.
We estimate how long until '30 Rock,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Glee,' and nine more established series get yanked out of prime time.
Really, it's him.
For no apparent reason.
How long can a procedural go before it's just spinning its wheels? Turns out, about seven seasons.
Plus, Mike Birbiglia equates our review of his show with a mean uncle yelling "you're fat, but you're funny!"
But he'll probably stick around anyway, on account of all the money.
Each won four awards.
Not so great this fall.
From cat paintings vomiting blood to a girl being eaten by a piano.
And how long should it?
It did even worse than last week.