There have been some absolutely dreadful new sitcoms so far this season (Partners/Animal Practice), but I'm happy to say that The Mindy Project isn't one of them. While it doesn't quite live up to the expectations and the hype (given the buzz surrounding the fact that it's from, and stars, Mindy Kaling), it by no means should be mentioned in the same breath as last season's Are You There, Chelsea? and Whitney. This show has a bit of charm, and while it got off to an underwhelming start, there's definitely some potential there.
It's Lena's world and we just live in it.
Today's news is dedicated to Les Moonves's loose lips.
Fox is feeling generous this year.
It's all Fox news (no, not the network) all the time.
Why is this man smiling? Because he just quit The X Factor!
Lifetime is really into the whole life-imitating-art thing -- if their movies count as art now.
TV Land adds another '90s superstar to its line-up.
Coherent storylines on Glee may be a thing of the past, but who cares? Ryan Murphy is giving us mini-Puck!
Based solely on the trailers and descriptions and scant amount of additional footage we saw during this week's network upfront presentations, here are the new shows that have piqued our interested for next season. Though since Ringer actually topped our list at this time last year, we're going to hold off planning our viewing schedules until we've had a chance to screen the full pilots.
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