Sitcoms get to have all the fun during the holidays, leaving dramas out in the cold when it comes to warm and fuzzy (and sometimes bloody) winter episodes. There are a handful of scripted series we'd love to see celebrate the season with themed episodes, and we're so convinced of their potential that we've even come up with suggested plotlines for them. You can thank us after New Year's.
Kerry Washington's D.C.-set soap is so much fun, it's scandalous.
Don't worry couch potatoes, there will be plenty to watch next summer when everyone else is outside.
Go ahead and treat yo self to Parks and Recreation on DVD. It's what Tom and Donna would do.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? We'll never forget you, Dick.
There are a lot of terrible shows out there who have characters that are too good for their shows. Or good shows who just have too many characters to service. So as has become our annual tradition (2010, 2009, 2008), we've found shows where these people would be far better utilized.
Coach Beiste found herself a sweet and appropriate beau this week on Glee, and if the unlikely football coach can find a love interest, then there's hope for anyone out there -- just look at Up All Night's Ava and Kenny on Man Up!, who got their own doses of tenderness, too (for now, anyways). We've identified these other lovelorn and lonely TV characters who most seem like they (and their shows) would benefit from a little bit of romance in their lives.
Better stock up on brains... AMC's zombies are coming back.
Looks like we'll get to see how revenge is served for a little longer.
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