Starting this fall, TV will look more like life — with more actors of color leading casts than ever before.
Now that the networks have announced their new schedules for next season, fans will see some of their favorites battle one other. Figure out how to prioritize with this handy daily guide.
What went wrong with the How I Met Your Mother spin-off? Meanwhile, a source told BuzzFeed that the project may be shopped to another network.
Football shakes up the CBS schedule a bit as mainstays move around, but after that, it will be business as usual.
Three ShondaLand shows will air back-to-back-to-back on Thursdays, while ABC splits up the Marvel Universe. Everything else is business as usual.
With four new series picked up for fall 2014, and Arrow capping off a stellar sophomore season, DC Comics properties have never been in higher demand.
But, besides the spin-off's shift to Mondays, the network is making few changes to its 2014–2015 schedule. However, you can look forward to The Flash kicking off Tuesday nights.
NBC has announced its schedule for next season and the Amy Poehler-fronted comedy is noticeably absent.
Will the sophomore and freshman live action comedies survive amidst the longstanding cartoon night? Plus, Glee won't return until 2015.
Also, Ryan Atwood looks good.
CBS has renewed Under the Dome and Extant, and has canceled Reckless.