Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? We'll never forget you, Dick.
Glenn Close is back on the case for a fourth and (almost) final time.
Are you ready for some comedy? Well, get your laughs in early, before it's time to watch Damages and comedy catches a bullet.
Although the end of this TV season is still over three months away, there's already plenty of speculation about which programs might get cancelled and which will get renewed, causing us to worry that some of our favorites won't be around this time next year. After we had expressed concern for the shows on the bubble last spring, most of them ended up getting yanked (Life), put out to pasture (Better Off Ted, which hasn't officially been killed yet, but looks like a hopeless case), shuffled off to bad timeslots (Fringe) or screwed over in unexpected fashion (Southland). This time around, we're hoping the TV gods (and executives) will be kinder to our pleas of clemency for these series:
NBC is going to the White House.
Charlie Sheen needs to get it together. Seriously.
I have so much bad news for you.
Ryan Phillippe is the new Julian Assange.
The damage (for Damages) is reversed! Good news for The Good Wife! A relatively better day for TV news (and lame attempts at plays on words, clearly)...
Glenn was this Close to getting another season of Damages, but instead we're getting another superhero series in the Smallville vein, and the most ridiculous Glee guest stars yet.