Though we donít often break down the shows on a weekly basis, we thought itíd be good to pay our respects, since Animation Domination will be no more by next fall. (For the most part, anyway.)
ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW have released their 2014-2015 schedules, leaving us to sort through the lineups to see what's airing when. With new shows added, cancelled shows removed and some series shifted around the schedule, keeping it all straight can be tricky, which is why we've put together this handy guide...
Gleeks, last night marked the end of another season for Glee. Rachel got some big news, Mercedes and Sam faced a crossroads in their relationship, and Kurt learned the truth about performing with June.
The conceit weíre introduced to in the above trailer for The Last Man On Earth is that a man, Phil Miller played by Will Forte, wakes up one day to a world where he is the only one left. We donít know if this is true, and neither does he. So he sets upon a quest around the country in his recreational vehicle to search for others.
In Fox's recent onslaught of upcoming promos, the network hasnít forgotten that a lot of its longest-lasting bread and butter has been with the most colorful type of series, and they're now starting to promote the culturally satirical series Bordertown, which will jump the fence into primetime next year.
If youíre thinking this is just figuring out what to eat and drink and picking out a sleeping spot, think again. Itís actually about survival, guys. For reals. Plus, like, playing music and partying and socializing. It's Darwin's survival of the coolest. It's Utopia.
Among the series previewed at Fox's 2014-2015 Upfront today was new comedy Weird Loners. Fox hasn't revealed any video from the half-hour comedy yet, but we do have some photos to tease the comedy
You may think your town is weird, but it has absolutely nothing on Foxís upcoming mystery drama event series Wayward Pines, which also happens to have 100% more Matt Dillon than wherever you live.
Fox gave us an early look at their planned Gotham City origin story Gotham earlier this month. Today, the network announced the 2014-2015 schedule, which puts the Batman prequel story on Monday night.
The new trailer for Fox's upcoming drama Hieroglyph seems to aim for dark, violent and a little bit sexy, with a bit of magic and some fangs involved. It's not easy to pick apart the story, but the intended tone of the drama seems evident enough, as it seems like a number of ancient Egyptian characters are caught up in some kind of game-that's-not-a-game.
All it would have taken to sell anyone on Foxís new mystery thriller Gracepoint is the sentence, "Doctor Who and Breaking Badís Skyler White try to solve a murder together.Ē
At long last, Mulaney finally found a place on the primetime line-up. Last year, NBC passed on the comedy series from Saturday Night Live writer and comedian John Mulaney, but the comedy found new life at Fox, and is set to air on Sunday nights this fall.
Rainn Wilson is coming back to TV in a big, stubble-covered way on Fox's criminally comic series Backstrom. As you can tell from the debut trailer above, Wilson will play a cocksure cop whose negativity is only buoyed by alcohol and talking about other people behind their backs.
Created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong, Empire stars Terrence Howard as Lucious Lyon, the CEO of a music empire who's diagnosed with a disease and wants one of his sons to rise up and take over Empire Entertainment.
After years of sagging ratings and lessened interest, FOX executives have decided to tinker with two of their longest running programs. One-time reality juggernaut American Idol will be cut from two nights a week to one, and Glee will likely get its episode count reduced from the 22 it was originally promised.