As our favorite shows begin their descent into the void (New Girl, Scandal, Girls), new shows are once again out here crying for approval. This year’s TV pilots—full of mostly white male leads and showrunners—include military dramas, medical dramas, Will & Grace and a Lucifer-produced Big Bang Theory spin-off we don’t…
Now you can believe again. Fox just announced at their annual upfront presentation that The X-Files will return for two nights next year on Sunday, January 24th and the following Monday. The new six-episode series will mark the return of Chris Carter, David Duchovny, and Gillian Anderson.
Now that the week of television upfronts are coming to a close, it's time to take a look back at all the new TV we've been promised (and what we missed out on). Find out what happened to the mysterious Hunger Games show and get a better look at J.J. Abrams' latest attempt at a successful scifi series.
Go, go, Team Venture! Adult Swim has finally released details on the mysterious new Venture Bros. special (From The Ladle To The Grave: The Story Of Shallow Gravy). Plus get a first look at their new series NTSF:SD:SUV.
Michael Emerson is the brains. Jim Caviezel is the muscle. In Person Of Interest, they band together to stop crime before it happens. Watch the show's first ever, completely quote-worthy trailer!
Take a sneak peek at ABC's exceptionally Disneyfied series Once Upon A Time, starring Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White. Plus take a look at the mockumentary series The River, whose cast includes the nutso deputy from The Crazies!
Fox has finally released the first footage from J.J. Abrams' mysterious time-traveling series Alcatraz. It's so Abrams-y, it makes us squeal — quick, to the lens-flare machine! Plus new footage from Terra Nova and NBC's Grimm and Awake.
In an interview with the New York Times ABC's Paul Lee and NBC's Bob Greenblatt (both new studio presidents) admit that 2010's new TV shows were completely devoid of any fresh ideas.
NBC has jumped this week's upfront celebration early! They've already released photos and clips from their two new Fall 2011 genre shows: the magical cop procedural Grimm and the alternate reality drama Awake (starring Lucius Malfoy)! Watch them now!
The CW is shaking everything up. Supernatural is moving to Fridays, and the super-spoilery sixth season description has been released. Smallville plans a big blow-out ending, and the new spy show Nikita will kick ass on Thursdays.
You've seen sneak peeks of J.J. Abrams Undercovers and the show some people are calling the new Lost, The Event. But now see the full-length feature trailers, clips and interviews. Plus True Blood's full-length season 3 promo has been released!