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by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 1st 2011 2:00PM
But while some shows go away for awhile, plenty are coming back, including 'Covert Affairs,' 'Burn Notice,' 'Primeval,' 'Leverage,' 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' and 'Hot in Cleveland.' Plus, while it's lighter than other months, November has some prominent premieres, among them AMC's 'Hell on Wheels, Nickelodeon's 'Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness' and Fox's latest comedy entry, 'I Hate My Teenage Daughter.'
by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 30th 2011 11:59PM
With so much great television premiering and finding success in September, the networks had to bump some of their premieres to this month, which means more great new programming all month long. And as it's October, that means the return of 'The Walking Dead' on AMC, while FX tries to capture the same spirit with the debut of 'American Horror Story.'
by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 1st 2011 1:00PM
You've got big name returns like Sarah Michelle Gellar ('Ringer'), Tim Allen ('Last Man Standing') and the dynamic duo of Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell on 'The X-Factor.' Then there's the much-anticipated premiere of the newly rebooted 'Two and a Half Men,' with Charlie Sheen out and Ashton Kutcher in. Check out the rest of the new shows, not to mention all of your returning favorites, below.
by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 1st 2011 9:30AM
We may be a month or so away from the big fall premieres in September, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to keep us busy on our TV screens until then. Sure we say goodbye to 'The Bachelorette,' but who doesn't love its sleazier cousin, 'Bachelor Pad'? And, of course, 'Jersey Shore' returns to show us how the kids fared in Italy. Surely they were embraced with open arms, right?
A lot of summer scripted series bid us farewell as well, including 'Falling Skies, 'Franklin & Bash,' 'Single Ladies,' 'White Collar,' 'Covert Affairs,' 'In Plain Sight,' 'Memphis Beat,' 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King,' 'HawthoRNe,' 'Flashpoint,' 'Leverage,' and 'Royal Pains.' It's not all goodbyes, though.
by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 1st 2011 11:40AM
That's why we recommend staying inside where the air conditioning is cool, and TV is even cooler. You'll want to hang onto this handy guide of all the premieres, specials and finales so you'll know where to find your favorite shows like 'Torchwood,' premiering on Starz, and 'Damages,' shifting over to DirecTV's Audience channel.
by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 1st 2011 4:00PM
In terms of premieres, June is becoming just like September and January on the television landscape.
What used to be the kick-off to a summer of repeats and reality shows has recently become a stomping ground for scripted fare across cable. That shift has made the hot days of June cool and fun, so long as your TV room is air conditioned.
by Jason Hughes, posted May 1st 2011 1:00PM
It's May again, and while that mostly means finales for most of our network fall and spring favorites, there's plenty to get excited about in the month as well. Saying goodbye to the regular season means saying hello to summer favorites like 'So You Think You Can Dance' on FOX and 'America's Got Talent' on NBC. ABC offers up a new healthy addition to a popular franchise with 'Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition,' along with a new season of 'The Bachelorette.'
If reality isn't your thing, USA kicks off new seasons of 'In Plain Sight' and 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' (because a season without 'L&O' is unthinkable!). CBS also premieres the new season of summer favorite 'Flashpoint.'
by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 1st 2011 5:30PM
by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 1st 2011 10:05AM
Some goodbyes are permanent like the final episodes of 'Greek,' 'Supernanny' and 'Big Love.' Others face more uncertain futures like 'V,' 'Detroit 1-8-7,' 'The Defenders' and 'Skins.'
by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 1st 2011 6:00AM
While everyone's expecting this year's Super Bowl to set new television viewing records, as the NFL has been doing all season, that doesn't mean there's nothing else going on this month. Fox brings you not only the big game, but that special super-sized episode of 'Glee' airing right after it, as well as new series 'The Chicago Code' and 'Traffic Light.'
by Jason Hughes, posted Jan 3rd 2011 8:00AM
by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 1st 2010 10:00AM
It's that time of year again, and while many of your favorite shows are headed into holiday hiatuses, there's still plenty of good television to catch as winter settles in. 'Robot Chicken' offers up its third 'Star Wars' send-up, while 'The Hasselhoffs' takes us perhaps closer than any of us want into the life of David Hasselhoff and his family (Please no more cheeseburgers).
On top of the usual suspects of holiday specials, this year we're treated to holiday-themed sci-fi specials for 'Eureka,' 'Warehouse 13' and 'Doctor Who.' Gordon Ramsay has two holiday specials, the season finale of 'Hell's Kitchen' and the premiere of yet another new series, 'Ramsay's Best Restaurant' this month, in case you were concerned he wouldn't continue to be all over television.
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