Angus T. Jones is no longer a regular.
Our TV expert rates the chances of all the shows in limbo.
CBS and Warner Bros. want an eleventh season.
"By the way, he's still collecting his $300,000 per week."
Stop watching this filth!
A quick end to the "please stop filling your head with filth" movement.
CBS's internal debate about whether to bring the ten-year-old hit back for more.
At $350,000 per episode, we'd like in, too.
Because the show goes against his Christian beliefs.
Plus: Adam Levine partied with Prince, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Does the haircut count as another half a man?
What's at stake for Glee this season?
She's heading to Two and a Half Men.
Unpacking the network's fall schedule.
It had the biggest new comedy hit (2 Broke Girls) but a handful of drama duds (A Gifted Man, Unforgettable).
More than usual, we mean.
"Look! It's a nerdy Japanese guy!"
Sheen's television afterlife takes an unexpected turn.
"I just feel bad for him. He's saddled with such bad writing."
It did fine, while The Voice was huge.
As a faux Steve Wozniak.
"We're not going to do the obvious. We're going to stay away from it."
"This was big-time cocaine."
What reality show mesmerizes kids ages 2-5? How many NBC shows does it take to equal the audience for NCIS?