Liz Lemon gets married on '30 Rock', a new Thanksgiving is created on 'Last Resort', and Frank goes back to work on 'It's Always Sunny'. What will you be watching?
Thursday night is packed with programming. Will you choose dramas or comedies tonight? Perhaps both. What will you be watching?
Tonight's lineup is a mixed bag of comedies and dramas. If you're not interested in all of the singing competitions, that is. What will you be watching?
Check out our complete guide to the Comic-Con 2012 TV panels, and pilot screenings of new shows like the superhero drama 'Arrow', NBC's 'Revolution', and '666 Park Avenue'.
A-list actresses Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson will lend their star power to Fox’s hit musical comedy ‘Glee’ for multi-episode story arcs.
As the famed songsters of 'Glee' are preparing for season 3, series creator Ryan Murphy reveales that Lea Michele, Chris Colfer & Cory Monteith will not be returning for season 4.
Find out when and where your favorite television show will be appearing at Comic-Con 2011 with our complete guide to the TV panels.
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.
'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy has publicly feuded with bands like Guns 'n' Roses and Kings of Leon over their denials to let the show use their songs. Now Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl getting in the fight.
Ratings from Tuesday night were promising...for CBS. Veteran cop show 'NCIS' tied Fox's 'Glee' in the 18-49 demographic, while over on ABC, 'No Ordinary Family' and 'V' are seeing ratings slump.