The fall television season is now officially underway. Start planning your next 3 months of TV watching right now with our guide to premiere dats and times!
Looking at the success rate of new series over the past three years, 65% of all freshman programming on broadcast television is canceled within the first year. How will you be investing your time next season?
Need help figuring out when the season finale of your favorite shows will be? We've got you covered with a complete schedule of over 70 TV finales set for the month of May.
The numbers for the most-recorded shows in 2010-11 are in - with 'Modern Family', 'Hawaii Five-0' and 'The Mentalist' leading the pack. Shows like 'Fringe' and 'Chase' get half their viewers from DVRs.
CBS' freshman NYC police procedural concluded Friday. Did it achieve the perfect balance between character development and mystery, or is it just another run of the mill cop show? Read our review to find out.
With over 70 television series setting their season finales in the month of May, we put together a handy guide to help you figure out when your favorite shows will be ending this year.
Check out the full list of winners at the 2011 'People's Choice Awards' - Some of them may surprise you.
CBS has shifted its midseason schedule to accommodate the debut of the new 'Criminal Minds' spinoff. Find out what shows got moved in our report.
Unsure about the fate of your favorite show? We've put together a comprehensive list detailing which series will return and which have already been canceled.
Check out our review of 'Blue Bloods,' a new CBS police drama starring Tom Selleck as New York City Police Commissioner - and father to a family of police officers.
We take a look at over 20 new TV shows premiering this fall, including Hawaii Five-0, No Ordinary Family, The Event and Undercovers, to let you know which series are a hit... or a miss.