Its death was not unexpected.
This new ABC sitcom is much in the same vein as McEntire's last sitcom, Reba.
The pickups keep on comin'.
It beat Nashville and every episode of the original American Horror Story.
Cute and cuddly creatures weren't enough.
Is high school really the best metaphor for understanding the world?
It wasn't that bad, but it wasn't that good.
Arrow is sincere and energetic but visually undistinguished.
CBS hands out the season's first cancellation.
Chicago Fire takes itself seriously, but not too seriously, and because it has a good heart, it’s easy to like.
They'll both be on for the rest of the season.
More Homonyms for the rest of us.
Revolution, Go On, and The New Normal are all sticking around.
NBC is actually doing okay, but Fox has some headaches.
But how 'bout those Simpsons!
Did this new CBS show have to seem so calculated, so pandering, so drama-free?
ABC's Last Resort didn't sink, but it didn't do that well, either.
This new ABC horror series plays something like Fantasy Island's sinister cousin.
You've got your high concept, your low concept, and then your no concept.
This is a slight but watchable show, yet more brain candy from CBS's vending machine.
Animal Practice and Guys With Kids are already in trouble.
Like a professional sailor, this show never makes a big deal of its excellence.
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Spoiler alert: it's Monk!
People love their NCIS.