I’ve gone ahead and updated my fall programming guide with the premiere dates for CBS’s lineup (per this article). Click here, or the image above, to download the latest update.
And as always, the file will also be posted on the 2008/2009 television page (which you can access here) and I’ll continue [...]
The CW has canceled the low-performing freshman comedy series Aliens in America, according to TV Guide. Despite solid reviews from critics, the series just never managed to find a consistent audience from TV viewers, often dropping below 1 million viewers. There remains just one episode left to be aired. Through 17 original episodes, the show has averaged 1.60M viewers and a 0.6/2 rating/share among adults.
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Sorry Men in Trees fans. TVGuide is reporting that ABC has cut down the sophomore drama. The site reports they were informed of the news by series creator Jenny Bicks, who herself was informed of the cancellation decision late last week: “I am really proud of the work we did on MIT,” she tells me. “A huge thank you to our supportive fans.”
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CBS has unveiled its 2008 summer schedule. The schedule, heavily reality based, includes the premiere of three new reality shows, two new drama’s, a summer edition of Big Brother, the premiere of LIVE mixed martial arts events, The Tony Awards and a new edition of the AFI’s 100 Years series. Details after the jump.
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ABC has announced their new spring schedule, which sees many of the networks hit original series and a new time slot for Lost.
Continue reading ABC Announces Return Schedule
FOX has announced that production has restarted for returning shows and new series. Details after the jump.
Continue reading FOX Announces Return of Original Programs, And Spring Lineup
With the writers strike settled, CBS has announced plans for their returning comedy and drama series. Details after the jump.
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ABC today announced that they’ve made pickup’s for nine shows for next season: Brothers & Sisters, Desperate Housewives, Dirty Sexy Money, Grey’s Anatomy, Lost, Private Practice, Pushing Daisies, Samantha Who? and Ugly Betty.
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NBC today announced that they’ve renewed their hit weight loss series The Biggest Loser for a sixth season. Details after the jump.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor Joshua Jackson (Dawson’s Creek) is returning to television as the male lead in Fringe, Fox’s high-profile sci-fi drama from J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
Continue reading Jackson Joins Cast of J.J. Abrams “Fringe”
Vil Kilmer will now be voicing KITT in the upcoming NBC movie Knight Rider, replacing Will Arnett.
Continue reading Val Kilmer Replaces Arnett as Voice of Knight Rider’s KITT
Sticking to their word to pick up shows straight to series without pilot shoots, NBC has ordered six episodes of the comedy Kath and Kim.
Continue reading NBC Picks Up Comedy “Kath and Kim”