Starring Karl Urban as a cop in 2048 with a robot partner.
Decision time is imminent for the networks.
And NBC canceled two shows.
CBS is giving a vote of confidence to new comedies Mom, The Millers, and The Crazy Ones.
CBS and ABC are especially happy.
For one thing, it's not afraid to embrace the crazy.
If you like Once Upon a Time ...
The first ten minutes rank with the most disgusting sequences ever aired on American TV.
It gave the other shows hell as it beat its own ratings high-water mark.
Trying to milk laughs from solid gold cast members and failing miserably.
The cast is great. The jury's still out on the other stuff.
It's the first breakout success of the new TV season.
The hits and misses so far this fall on NBC, CBS, Fox, and ABC.
And Betrayal is dead on arrival.
This new Showtime drama stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as a pair of sex researchers.
Our TV critic watched them all so you don't have to — unless he recommends it.
Carrie's here. Saul's here, too. But where's Brody?
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But all hope is not lost for The Michael J. Fox Show
Starring the titular star, Breaking Bad's Betsy Brandt, and Wendell Pierce.
An irreverence-free shill job with a Robin Williams vehicle wrapped around it.
Some resetting was in order.
This new ABC comedy stars Jeff Garlin.
The new ABC comedy stars Bradley Whitford and Malin Akerman.
The pilot episode has its share of Joss Whedon–y moments.
The new CBS drama stars Dylan McDermott and Toni Collette.