Meanwhile, Law & Order: SVU is one popular 15-year-old.
NBC has renewed it for another season.
And Revolution did okay, too.
Regardless of her pure intentions, Charlie is one of TV’s most frustrating characters.
Old network comeback strategies may not work in today's world.
Sure, there are zombies and militias on The Walking Dead and Revolution, but life is so simple.
Screw it: Let’s just swordfight.
The worst thing about this episode is that it puts Charlie in two near-death situations and has her survive both.
We’re far enough into Revolution’s first season to know one thing for certain – this show is never going to be great.
Another episode of Revolution, another terrible plan by Charlie.
Three reasons to be hopeful, and two that say "Not so fast ... "
On the show's problem with flashbacks.
If you find yourself in a world without power, accept that you will always be too tough, not tough enough, and totally expendable.
What about all the other weapons?
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Revolution, Go On, and The New Normal are all sticking around.
NBC is actually doing okay, but Fox has some headaches.
You've got your high concept, your low concept, and then your no concept.
And Revolution is holding up remarkably well.
Whoever has the most characters wins, right?
But the prognosis is not so good for The Mob Doctor.
Created by Lost's J.J. Abrams, this new NBC show about a world without electricity needs to turn on its bright lights if it hopes to survive.
Our TV critic organizes the 21 new fall TV shows into three simple categories.
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