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Winter/Spring 2011 TV Premiere Calendar and Return Dates

20 December 2010 12:10 AM, PST | | See recent news »

With the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and the imminent new year, there’s a big chance that you’ll be completely lost as to when your favorite TV shows are going to return next year. Well, shop and party in peace; we have the midseason premiere calendar for both new shows and returning shows. You’ll want to bookmark this page, as we’ll update it with any additions or edits to the schedule.

Date Show Name Network Time Jan 2     Brothers & Sisters ABC 10/9C Desperate Housewives ABC 9/8C     Jan 3     The Batchelor ABC 8/7C   Castle ABC 10/9C   Hawaii Five-0 CBS 10/9C   How I Met Your Mother CBS 8/7C   Mike & Molly CBS 9:30/8:30C   Rules of Engagement CBS 8:30/7:30C   Two and a Half Men CBS 9/8C     Jan 4     Detroit 187 ABC 10/9C   No Ordinary Family ABC 8/7C   Southland TNT 10/9C   V ABC 9/8C     Jan 5     Better With You ABC 8: »

- Buzzfocus Staff

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Midseason Premiere Dates: Networks & Cable

14 December 2010 8:38 AM, PST | | See recent news »

2011 marks the premiere of many new series on network and cable channels, as well as the premiere of several shows that didn't start their new seasons in the Fall of 2010.  Below is a full list of network and cable premieres.  Did we miss anything?

Jan. 1

Primeval (new series, BBC America)

Jan. 2

My Fair Wedding with David Tutera (We tv)

Jan. 3

The Bachelor (ABC)

Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family)

Greek (ABC Family)

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)

The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)

Jan. 4


Live to Dance (new series, CBS)

The Biggest Loser: Couples (NBC)

Southland (TNT)

Jan. 5

Are We There Yet? (TBS)

Flying Wild Alaska (Discovery Channel)

Jan. 6

Wipeout (ABC)

Jersey Shore (MTV)

Jan. 9

The Cape (new series, NBC)

Bob’s Burgers (new series, Fox)

Shameless (series premiere, Showtime)

Californication (season premiere, Showtime)

Episodes (series premiere, Showtime)

Jan. 11

Lights Out (new series, FX)

Tosh.0 (Comedy Central)

Onion Sportsdome (new series, »

- Clarissa

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DVR Alert: Midseason Premiere Schedule Revealed!

11 December 2010 8:23 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

With most shows on hiatus until at least the new year, television fans may feel empty inside. But you need this break, readers.

Just consider all the new and returning programs yet to even air. Below, we've posted the midseason premiere schedule for all major networks. Rest assured, there's plenty of TV watching left to do over the next few months...

January 3

The Bachelor (season premiere, ABC)

January 4

V (season premiere, ABC)

Live to Dance (series premiere, CBS)

The Biggest Loser: Couples (season premiere, NBC)

January 6

Wipeout (season premiere, ABC)

January 9

The Cape (series premiere, NBC)

Bob’s Burgers (series premiere, Fox)

January 12

Off the Map (series premiere, ABC)

January 17

Harry’s Law (series premiere, NBC)

January 19

American Idol (season premiere, Fox)

January 20

Parks and Recreation (season premiere, NBC)

Perfect Couples (series premiere, NBC)

February 7

The Chicago Code (series premiere, Fox)

February 8

Mixed Signals (series premiere, Fox)

February 9

Mr. Sunshine (series premiere, »

- (Matt Richenthal)

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Midseason premieres: When to look out for Paula Abdul (and Matthew Perry, and those new judges)

7 December 2010 3:09 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

Now that we don’t have Outlaw, My Generation, or The Whole Truth to pick on anymore, there is a whole new batch of shows that are about to battle for your attention on the broadcast networks. Will ABC’s new comedy starring Matthew Perry attract more viewers than Courteney Cox was luring with Cougar Town? Will David E. Kelley bring his A-game to Harry’s Law on NBC? Will the new judges — and new timeslot — boost ratings for American Idol?

Here are the start dates for new and returning shows on the Big Four. (The CW has yet to »

- Lynette Rice

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ABC Announces Midseason Premiere Dates for Happy Endings and Mr. Sunshine

6 December 2010 9:20 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Midseason schedules have already been announced from Fox and NBC, but now ABC has revealed their plans for the midseason with the premieres of the new comedy series Mr. Sunshine starring Matthew Perry and Happy Endings featuring Elisha Cuthbert (24). As a result of the new comedy premieres, Courtney Cox’s Cougar Town will not return to the schedule until Wednesday, April 13th. Starting that same Wednesday ABC will premiere a three-hour comedy block starting with The Middle and concluding with Modern Family Fan Favorite episodes. For a full rundown of the new schedule and details on ABC’s two new comedy series premieres, hit the jump.

Mr. Sunshine follows Ben Donovan (Matthew Perry), a self-involved manager of a San Diego sports arena, the Sunshine Center, where curious mishaps and bizarre requests are nothing more than ordinary. Allison Janney (The West Wing) also joins in the laughs as his boss and arena owner Crystal, »

- Ethan Anderton

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ABC Announces Midseason Schedule, Bumps Cougar Town for Mr. Sunshine

6 December 2010 5:22 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Matthew Perry is returning to the small screen, and he's temporarily shoving aside a former Friend in the process.

The sitcom star will premiere Mr. Sunshine on Wednesday, February 9, as ABC shelves Courteney Cox's Cougar Town until April 13. Perry is joined in this comedy - which centers around his job as the manager of a sports arena - by Andrea Anders, James LesureNate Torrence and Allison Janney.

Happy Endings will also premiere on this date. It stars Elisha Cuthbert and Zach Knighton as an engaged couple that breaks up and must co-exist within the same circle of friends.

So, to recap, here's what ABC's Wednesday night schedule will look like between February 9 and April 6; and then from April 13 until the end of the season:

February 9

8 p.m. The Middle

8:30 p.m. Better with You

9 p.m. Modern Family

9:30 p.m. Mr. Sunshine

10: p.m. Off the Map

April 13

8 p. »

- (Matt Richenthal)

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'Mr. Sunshine,' 'Happy Endings' get premiere dates on ABC

6 December 2010 4:28 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

ABC will follow NBC's lead in trying a full night of comedy later this season -- but before that, one "Friend" will take the place of another on the network's Wednesday-night schedule.

The Alphabet has set premiere dates for the two midseason comedies on its slate, and both will work their way into the Wednesday rotation. "Mr. Sunshine," which stars Matthew Perry as the misanthropic manager of a sports arena, will debut at 9:30 p.m. Et Wednesday, Feb. 9 -- where it will take the place of "Cougar Town," which stars Perry's former TV wife, Courteney Cox.

"Mr. Sunshine" will air for nine weeks through April 6; "Cougar Town" returns April 13, at which point ABC will make its Wednesday night an all-comedy lineup with the addition of another new show, "Happy Endings." It will air at 10 p.m. Et, followed by "fan favorite" episodes of "Modern Family." (The 10 o'clock hour will »


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'The Whole Truth' yanked; Joel McHale gets two more servings of 'Soup'

6 December 2010 2:22 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

TV news from around the web in bite-sized morsels:

ABC can't handle the "The (Whole) Truth." Although the network was going to burn off the remainder of the legal drama's 13 episodes, they've reconsidered and decided to run reruns of "Modern Family" and "Cougar Town" in its place on Dec. 8, 15 and 29. Once Jan. 12 rolls around, midseason replacement "Off the Map" will debut in that slot. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Have an appetite for satiric pop culture news? You're in luck. Joel McHale has signed a new two-year deal with E! as host of "The Soup" so we'll still get a double dose of Joel-y goodness with him over on NBC's "Community." He'll also host the upcoming Independent Spirit Awards on Feb. 26. [Deadline]

Neil Patrick Harris will continue to add to his extraordinary hosting resume with the Spike TV Video Game Awards on Dec. 11. Oh, and he does have video game cred. He's the star of "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. »


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Grey's Anatomy Season Synopsis, Questions For 2011

6 December 2010 6:22 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The first half of Grey's Anatomy's seventh season is in the books.

It's hard to believe we first started watching the series in 2005. How time flies. In the aftermath of "Adrift and at Peace," let's look back at where we stand heading into this season's winter break and what's to come when new episodes resume January 6 ...

Yang is back. After a major internal crisis and a brief stint as a bartender, the fishing trip with Derek looks like it was just what the doctor ordered (pun intended).

Look for her to get her mojo back ... but fallout from the outdoor excursion may remain.

Owen supported Derek's effort, but Meredith did not. They clashed in the O.R., where Hunt labeled Mer a "reckless" bad influence. Things may be looking up for Cristina, but will her relationship with Owen last? Does it impede her, as Meredith says?

Out of Africa »

- (Steve Marsi)

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Poll: Caprica 1x15, "The Dirteaters"

10 November 2010 5:12 PM, PST | CapricaTV | See recent CapricaTV news »

All right, Caprica 1x15, "The Dirteaters," is finally out there. The episode was written by Matthew B. Roberts, who previously wrote "The Imperfections of Memory," and directed by John Dahl, who also directed "False Labor."

Returning guest stars include Scott Porter, Panou, Peter Wingfield, Teryl Rothery, Jorge Montesi, Sina Najafi and Genevieve Buechner. New faces are Aleks Paunovic (William Adama, Sr.), Alison Araya (Isabelle Adama, not Marie), Elisabeth Rosen (Kolibri), Daleal Monjazeb (Young Joseph), and Alexander Kambolis (Young Sam). Brian Markinson is back as Agent Duram.

The Thirteenth Colony has the recap. You can rate the episode below.

And you can find some campaign updates at the Save Caprica blog and

In other news:

Final reminder that several familiar faces are on Hellcats tonight at 9 pm on the CW network. Magda Apanowicz tweeted last week that this was her first episode on the show, Aaron Douglas is in the promos, »

- fanshawe

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Campaign news and cast updates

6 November 2010 1:03 PM, PDT | CapricaTV | See recent CapricaTV news »

A bunch of updates today.

The Thirteenth Colony has a recap and review of episode 1x14, "Blowback." If you're looking for spoilers, that's the place to go.

Ro_Me over at the Save Caprica blog has set a tentative deadline for donations for the apple campaign and it's this Tuesday. The campaign has been getting some press coverage, so keep an eye on her blog for updates.

Syfy has posted a statement about the show's cancellation on Caprica's official Facebook page. There is also a very good response over at Virgil's All-Night Diner. The only real news is that the announcement for the last five episodes and when they are coming back will appear on the Facebook page first, which may have over 103,000 fans, but isn't exactly a regular hangout for the media looking for news.

The Caprica Times tweeted a couple of links to some interesting articles at TV Tropes, »

- fanshawe

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Full Seasons For ABC's 'Better With You' & 'No Ordinary Family', More 'Detroit 1-8-7' & 'Brothers & Sisters', No More 'Whole Truth'

25 October 2010 4:00 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

ABC today became the latest broadcast network to make its full-season pickups, handing out back-nine orders to freshman comedy Better With You and drama No Ordinary Family. Additionally, the network has picked up 5 additional episodes from freshman cop drama Detroit 1-8-7 and 4 from veteran family drama Brothers & Sisters. Missing from the list is new legal drama The Whole Truth, which already has been on shaky ground and is preempted again next week. The series will stay on the air but the network doesn't plan to order more episodes beyond the original 13. The episodic orders follow the pickup of 4 additional scripts each for No Ordinary Family and Brothers & Sisters 2 weeks ago. It brings the order for Brothers & Sisters to a full-season 22 episodes, up from the 18 ordered in May, meaning that ABC is probably considering a change in its launch plans for midseason drama Off the Map, which was to premiere in Brothers & Sisters Sunday 10 Pm slot. »


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Synopsis for Caprica 1x12, "Things We Lock Away"

17 October 2010 5:20 PM, PDT | CapricaTV | See recent CapricaTV news »

TV Guide has the synopsis for Caprica 1x12, "Things We Lock Away," which airs on Tuesday, October 19 at 10 pm on Syfy:

In New Cap City, Tamara tries to settle a score with Zoe; Daniel regains his company with unforeseen consequences; Clarice tries to break Lacy.

GateWorld has made an interesting observation about Syfy's Tuesday scheduling earlier. Starting this week, Stargate Universe won't have re-runs of previous week's episodes leading into new ones anymore. Report:

The cable network will air fan-favorite, two-part episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., starting October 19, according to Syfy’s online schedule. This will lead into its primetime line-up of new episodes of Syfy’s original dramas Stargate Universe (9 p.m.) and Caprica (10 p.m.).

Some cast & crew updates:

Eric Stoltz is definitely working on Off the Map. He posted a picture from the set yesterday. (Maybe this week »

- fanshawe

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Justin Bieber digitized for MTV; ABC orders more 'No Ordinary Family' scripts

14 October 2010 4:30 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Have some TV snacks. We promise they won't spoil your dinner.

Justin Bieber has been named the "official digital host" for the MTV EMAs. What does that mean, and what are the MTV EMAs? It means he'll be tweeting and otherwise interacting with fans during the digital simulcast of the MTV Europe Music Awards (hosted on-air by Eva Longoria), which air on MTV2 on Nov. 7. [MTV]

Some good news for ABC's "No Ordinary Family": The network hasn't picked up a full season yet, but it has asked for four extra scripts. "Brothers & Sisters" and the midseason show "Off the Map" also got additional script orders. [Deadline]

"Twilight" actress Ashley Greene has signed on to host a CW special on the fashion industry called "Fashion Forward: Making It." It's scheduled to air on Dec. 8. [The CW]

In what is either absolutely brilliant or utterly tasteless timing, Spike TV has announced the premiere of "Coal, »


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'Wipeout' falls into midseason for ABC

13 October 2010 9:23 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

ABC is transporting its summer series "Wipeout" into the dead of winter.

The network has ordered eight episodes of obstacle-course competition/people-falling-down show to air starting in January. The course will be given a "Winter Wonderland" makeover full of snow and ice, along with new stunts with names like Polar Bear Run, Wipeout Ski Lift and Spanker Sleds.

John Anderson, John Henson and Jill Wagner will return as hosts.

There's no word on where the show will fit into the schedule, although it would be a logical fill-in for the "Dancing With the Stars" results show on Tuesdays. It joins a fairly extensive lineup of midseason series on ABC, including the recently moved "Body of Proof," returning show "V," medical dramedy "Off the Map" and comedies "Happy Endings" and "Mr. Sunshine," as well as the next edition of "The Bachelor."

The summer run of "Wipeout" averaged 8.8 million viewers and a »


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’Twilight’ star Rachelle Lefevre supporting breast cancer awareness in a new way

7 October 2010 5:26 AM, PDT | Twilight Examiner | See recent Twilight Examiner news »

Rachelle Lefevre ("Victoria" in Twilight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon) is stepping up to support breast cancer awareness in yet another way.

The actress, who has been a vehement supporter of the Susan G. Komen For the Cure, is pledging $1 for every person who goes to Sweat Garage - a gym in Los Angeles, California - wearing pink during the month of October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month).

She's also been using her Twitter page to support organizations like The Breast Cancer Site - all while filming Off The Map in Hawaii. (Lefevre . »

- thetwilightexaminer

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Zach Gilford joins 'Off The Map' cast

9 August 2010 2:24 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Zach Gilford has joined the cast of new medical drama Off The Map. Entertainment Weekly says that the former Friday Night Lights star has signed up as a series regular. He is expected to play a plastic surgeon in the drama, which focuses on a small medical clinic in the South American jungle. "The character is still being written, but I've heard him described as kind of an all-American frat boy," Gilford said. "[Creator Jenna Bans] told me she loves Fnl, but wants to distance me from that role as much as possible. [Something] that excited me." Gilford also (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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ABC Announces Fall 2010 TV Show Premiere Dates

9 July 2010 6:33 AM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The alphabet network has announced the fall premiere dates for their new and returning TV shows.

Of note, sitcom Better Together has now been renamed Better with You. V is being held until mid-season but may return earlier. Other shows being held until mid-season include Off the Map (a medical drama), The Whole Truth (legal drama), and two sitcoms, Happy Endings and Mr. Sunshine.

Here's the official press release from ABC...

ABC Announces Fall Series Premiere Dates

ABC announced the following Fall premiere dates for the 2010-2011 season today. All times listed are Et.

The alphabet network has announced the fall premiere dates for their new and returning TV shows.

Premiere dates for Fall series "Body of Proof" and "Secret Millionaire" will be announced at a later time. As previously announced, Saturday Night Football »


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Fall Premiere Dates for ABC Shows

8 July 2010 11:22 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Back at the end of June The CW annouced the Fall 2010 premiere dates for all of its shows (it was the first network to do so).  Now ABC has become the second network to announce its Fall premiere dates.  The only two shows not mentioned are Body of Proof and Secret Millionaire. 

You should all watch No Ordinary Family when it premieres on September 28.  I haven't watched all of the new 2010 pilots yet, but of the ones I've watched so far, including several on ABC, that one has been my favorite.

Monday, September 20

8:00-10:00 p.m. "Dancing with the Stars"

10:00-11:00 p.m. "Castle"

Tuesday, September 21

8:00-10:00 p.m. "Dancing with the Stars" (special performance show night and time)

10:00-11:00 p.m. "Detroit 1-8-7"

Wednesday, September 22

8:00-8:30 p.m. "The Middle"

8:30-9:00 p.m. "Better With You »

- Clarissa

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'Boardwalk Empire' hot at L.A. Screenings

31 May 2010 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," a Prohibition-era period piece for which Martin Scorsese directed the pilot, is one of the hot titles to come out of the just-wrapped L.A. Screenings, the annual bazaar in which foreign TV program buyers pick and choose from among new U.S. shows for their stations abroad.

Other titles cited by a random survey of a dozen buyers who sat through the marathon screenings this past week were CBS Studios' "Hawaii Five-o" revamp, Warner Bros.' sexy spy caper "Undercovers," Disney's jungle-set medical drama "Off the Map" and Fox's politically incorrect sitcom "Bob's Burgers."

In some cases, buyers cited the shows they have to take anyway because they have output deals with the relevant major studio; in others, buyers fingered shows they wished they had dibs on but which go to a rival.

Among the licensing deals inked during the weeklong event for "Empire" were »

- By Elizabeth Guider

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