The 2012 upfronts are over. TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz wades through and picks the five most (and five least) promising shows from the new crop.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at CW's slate of new series.
Creators of Lost, The Shield, Gossip Girl, and more tell tales of the pain of waiting for that network thumbs-up and how it feels to get it ... or not.
All three of them.
Who's graduating up and out of Glee? To hear the Internet tell it, nearly everyone.
Gossip Girl's swan song will air Mondays at 9 p.m.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at CBS's slate of new series.
What happens when you only introduce a few new shows?
Check 'em out.
He and co-creator Kevin Biegel are stepping back from day-to-day operations.
"I'm sure there was some Photoshopping done, but yeah, we all posed in towels,"
Unpacking the network's fall schedule.
"Two shows — five and a half hours combined of dancing, singing, and entertaining — followed by a long night of schmoozing."
Because of Kalinda?
"Still thinking about Chris Evans."
2 Broke Girls and Two and a Half Men are moving time slots.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at ABC's slate of new series.
Hey, remember that show Lost? You do? Good!
Get at it.
Watch and opine!
The network announces a slew of new shows for the 2012–2013 season.
Unpacking the network's new schedule.
It's called "You have a good point," and it's far simpler than True American.
At the handshake event of the year, hands were not shaken.