Suburgatory may not have run as many flashy ads as New Girl or have been as in your face as Whitney, but in terms of its actual content, this is one of the best sitcoms of the fall. We just hope that enough people watch it in order to give it a full season, if not more. Given its snug little timeslot between The Middle and Modern Family, it might just have a shot -- though on the other hand, that didn't help Better Together. But that series was terrible, and this one has charm and dry humor to spare.
Please, not another Bunheads.
Life lessons from FX: Sometimes you need to accept more Russell Brand in order to get more Louie.
Looks like the Ponds are really leaving this time.
The Glee kids are about to get real Bad...
We're supposed to take time this week to reflect on the things in life that we're truly grateful for, and for us, not surprisingly, that includes plenty related to television. Here's what's made us the happiest this season:
Looks like Greendale is taking an extended winter break.
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.
Looks like we'll get to see how revenge is served for a little longer.
We're only a few weeks into the fall season, but there are already several supporting characters on the new shows who have already captured our attention. In some cases, we're actually more fascinated by these secondary roles than the leads of their respective shows.
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