Vulture predicts the fates of 20 network shows still in limbo, and updates the status of ten former bubbles whose futures have been decided.
He's going to work on his two pilot orders.
Raising Hope, New Girl, and The Mindy Project are all coming back.
Our TV expert rates the chances of all the shows in limbo.
Replaces it with more Raising Hope.
Plus: Charlie Cox honed his Boardwalk Empire accent by way of Belfast priests, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
With signs of singing-competition fatigue, Glee fading, and House ending, the network needs fresh hits.
Fox's Tuesday comedy lineup is intact.
Plus, The Good Wife needs to move an hour later, and we have the perfect lead-in in mind.
The show is just as funny. So why doesn’t it have the same cool cred?
On Raising Hope.
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"Everybody wants to know, 'Are you thinking about it? Are you thinking about it?' I’ll put it to you this way: I don’t dislike children as much as I used to."
The actress weighs in on a recent Whitney Cummings interview.
Which 'Glee' stars went out of their way for a picture with Simon?
'Idol' didn't slip as much as people predicted, but only one of last fall's new shows survived.
For a second season.
If all the best parenting sitcoms have 'Roseanne' DNA, 'Louis' has it the most purely.
CBS finished first for the fifth week in a row, the first time a network has placed first for the first five weeks of a season since 1997.
"There are people who don't give a shit about the singing and the sweetness, and they're going to be talking about the next day, 'Hey, did you see that they threw up on a baby?'"
Plus: More bad news for 'Running Wilde.'.
Making it the first show of the season to receive the honor.