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Many of Fox's series have already been renewed for another season. What does the future hold for the rest of their TV shows? Cancelled or renewed for 2014-15? We'll have to wait and see.
New Fox shows (so far): Almost Human, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Dads, MasterChef Junior, and Sleepy Hollow.
How does Fox decide what to cancel or renew? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play a very large role. The higher the ratings, the better chances a show has of surviving. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far: »
‘Cause it’s too cold for you here and now, so let me hold both of your hands and lead you to this latest edition of TVLine Mixtape.
We’ve pulled together a collection of tunes from the hottest shows, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we always want to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams! And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @mishasolomontv. »
- Misha Solomon
Fans have now have a few less chances to spend some quality time with Seth McFarlane's "Dads." Fox has revealed that the back-nine order they gave the controversial freshman comedy in October will be trimmed by three episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The move brings the series' total first season order to 19 episodes. "Dads" stars Seth Green and Giovanni Ribisi. The network is reportedly re-examining its crowded midseason schedule (which also features "The Following," "Rake" and "Enlisted"), as both "Dads" and second-year comedy "The Mindy Project" were recently shelved for midseason. As a replacement for the two Tuesday shows, the network will »
- HitFix Staff
Fox is cutting its back order for freshman comedy Dads. After picking up a back-nine for the live-action comedy from executive producer Seth MacFarlane in October, the network has trimmed that order by three episodes, bringing the first-year show's total order to 19 as Fox re-evaluates its needs amid a crowded midseason schedule. The news comes after Fox announced that Dads -- along with Tuesday sophomore comedy The Mindy Project -- was being shelved for midseason. Photos: Faces of Fall TV 2013 In place of both Tuesday comedies, Fox will move Glee back to its former home at 8
- Lesley Goldberg
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Good Wife, The Walking Dead, The Blacklist and The Sound of Music Live!
1 | We get that she’s wicked smart, but should Grimm cool it with the “Juliette-knows-everything-about-all-sciences” thing?
- Team TVLine
It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday…that song is in your head now, isn't it? You are so welcome. Just kidding, we totally cursed you. But we can make it up to you! Remember how we told you guys about the new villain on Once Upon a Time? We have even more info on the big bad! And fans of Danny and Mindy on The Mindy Project will definitely want to have a scroll on down. We even chatted with Jeremy Piven about what Ari Gold is up to in the Entourage movie. All that, plus scoop on Mad Men, True Blood, The Mentalist and more in today's edition of Spoiler Chat: Monica: So excited for Rebecca Mader on Once Upon a Time! Can you spill anything on what she's playing? She's one of »
Rory O’Malley says he doesn’t worry about being typecast in gay roles. “I definitely don’t get leery about being typecast. I just love being cast… I love playing gay characters. I think it’s fantastic that there have been these rich gay characters for me to do… They’re fully-formed people, with points of view, and something different to bring to the story.”
HBO is developing a series on the club scene in South Beach called Club Life: Miami from producers John Singleton and Russell Simmons. Based on the locale and the involvement of Simmons, I think it’s safe to say we can expect some gay content if it goes to series.
- Ed Kennedy
Below, you'll find a list of Fox's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their current status. To see a series' ratings (if any), click the links in the middle column.
The shows include 24, Almost Human, American Dad!, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Cleveland Show, Dads, Enlisted, Family Guy, The Following, Gang Related, Glee, The Goodwin Games, Hell's Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, MasterChef, The Mindy Project, Murder Police, New Girl, Raising Hope, Rake, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, So You Think You Can Dance, Surviving Jack, Touch, Us & Them, Wayward Pines »
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year … unless you’re a television addict. Mid-season finales always promise big cliffhangers, which won’t be answered until the calendar reads 2014. It’s basically cruel and unusual punishment. So, in order to make sure you don’t lose your mind this holiday season, we’ve rounded up all the many finales and premieres that December and January hold for us TV lovers. From fall finales and return dates, to season finales and premieres, here is your comprehensive list of television dates. Start your holiday countdowns now!
- Samantha Highfill
Christmas didn't just come early for The Mindy Project this week; we got a gift from Danny (Chris Messina) too. For his Secret Santa present to Mindy (Mindy Kaling), he learned and performed a fierce dance to Aaliyah's "Try Again" (which he explained was the song that Mindy played when they first met and annoyed him). The dance is incredible - from Danny's moves (how long did it take Messina to learn those, anyway?) to the way he and Mindy gaze at each other during and right afterward. Their sexual tension may be a slow burn, but this week, there are sparks aplenty. Watch the dance now! »
- Shannon Vestal
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: The Biggest Loser, The Voice, Chicago Fire, The Originals, Supernatural, The Mindy Project, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Dads. Reruns: New Girl, Marvel's Agents of Shield, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Person of Interest.
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On a night when the CBS dramas and ABC’s “Agents of Shield” aired repeats, NBC cruised to victory in key demos Tuesday behind winning performances from “The Biggest Loser,” “The Voice” and “Chicago Fire” — all of which were on the rise from the previous week.
CW also seemed to take advantage of the softer drama competition, as “The Originals” and “Supernatural” matched or set season highs in most key demos while drawing the net’s largest overall audience on a Tuesday in more than five years.
For NBC, “The Biggest Loser” (2.0 rating/6 share in adults 18-49, 6.7 million viewers overall) won its hour in 18-49 and 25-54, matching last week’s 18-49 score for its best in four weeks. It was followed by an eliminations episode of “The Voice” (3.3/9 in 18-49, 11.9 million viewers overall), which rose 10% week to week for a three-week high, and “Chicago Fire” (2.3/7 in 18-49, 8.2 million viewers »
- Rick Kissell
Tuesday evening’s TV ratings are in. Here’s a brief rundown: Fox’s Dads rose two tenths to a 1.4 rating in the 18-49 demo and 3.34 million viewers, while Brooklyn Nine-Nine was also up a tenth to a 1.6 rating and 3.67 million viewers. The Mindy Project dropped two tenths to a 1.2 rating and 2.36 million viewers. Over on ABC, The Goldbergs hit a series low 1.4 rating and 4.52 million viewers for a drop of three tenths, while Trophy Wife tied its series low 1.1 rating and scored 3.49 million viewers. NBC’s Chicago Fire rose two tenths from last week’s 2.1 rating to a 2.3 rating and scored 8.25 million viewers. The CW’s The Originals was even with last week’s 1.1 rating and scored 2.44 million viewers, and Supernatural matched last week’s 1.1 rating and garnered 2.45 million viewers. »
- Adam Chitwood
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013
A smattering of reruns on the broadcast networks Tuesday night was good news for some of shows airing original episodes. "The Voice" and "Chicago Fire" both improved on their ratings for last week for NBC, and The CW had its most-watched Tuesday in more than five years.
"The Originals" scored a series high in viewers, and "Supernatural" had its biggest audience since its season premiere. "Supernatural" also led Fox's "New Girl" rerun and a new "Mindy Project" in viewers and tied among adults 18-49. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," however, was up a little for Fox. "The Goldbergs" dipped without an original "Agents of Shield" as a lead-in. And despite being a repeat, "NCIS" still had the night's biggest total audience.
CBS' all-rerun lineup led the night in viewers with 10.1 million, along with a 6.6 rating/11 share in households. NBC (8.95 million, 5.6/9) came in second. There was a big »
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, December 3, 2013. An "NCIS" repeat was Tuesday's most watched show, as CBS was still able to win the night overall without a single new program, while the drop in competition helped both "The Voice" and "Chicago Fire" rise week-to-week in helping NBC lead among young viewers. Airing without "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," ABC saw drops for "The Goldbergs" and "Trophy Wife." Similarly, a "New Girl" repeat led to a drop for "The Mindy Project," but "Dads" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" posted small gains for Fox. Finally, over on The CW, the competitive »
- Daniel Fienberg
Gobs of romance with a dose of wacky antics — I love it when The Mindy Project gives me what I want for Christmas, even (especially!) when it’s the same thing it always gives me. Well, that plus a life-changing dance sequence. That’s all I ask from a reliable television show/gift-giving loved one. The cold open, which in the tradition of The Office is a mere mood setter that stands on its own, provides the first big shot of wacky holiday antics, with our hapless heroine dragging a Christmas tree through the streets of New York by herself (When Harry Met Sally allusion No. 97) only to find her office mates had installed a beautiful tree already. She asks what that is, rhetorically, only for Peter to provide a typically insensitive answer: “How Hindu are you? It’s a Christmas tree.” And then she chucks it out the back door. »
- Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
It is Christmas time on The Mindy Project, which means two things: there will not be any new episodes until 2014 and that holiday hilarity is about to ensue. The latest episode entitled, “Christmas Party Trap.” finds Mindy (Mindy Kaling) throwing a Christmas party for all the businesses in the building she works. However, this is [&hellip
The Mindy Project 2.11 Review: “Christmas Party Trap” »
- Tim Gerstenberger
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Ausiello: I’m not feeling it. Besides, if my hunch is correct (tee-hee, when isn’t it?!), the new fortysomething character the show is currently casting — a handsome, charismatic fella named Andrew — will be keeping company with Bellamy Young’s love-starved Flotus. And, if this is who they end up hiring, we deserve some kind of trophy or medal. Or something.
- Michael Ausiello
Little is known about the installment other than that his character is named Alan Castellano and he lives in Joshua Tree — a fact that brings Danny and Mindy to the California desert town.
Related | The Mindy Project‘s Midseason Hiatus
As TVLine previously reported, this same installment — penned by Kaling and recent Emmy winner Tracy Wigfield — “really advances [Danny and Mindy's] story romantically.” So… squee! »
- Megan Masters
Who doesn't love a Grg? That would be a grand romantic gesture, for those of you not raised on a healthy diet of romantic comedies and unrealistic relationship ideals. Sure, we know they are completely ridiculous and could never happen in real life, but we can't help but swoon over one on the small screen. And tonight, The Mindy Project fans should prepare to see jaded cynical divorcee Danny Castellano's (Chris Messina) version of a romantic gesture for Mindy (Mindy Kaling). We've seen the episode, which also serves as the Fox sitcom's Christmas episode, and we have one tip for you: Gird your loins now. And in honor of Danny's epic move, we've compiled a list of some of our favorite »
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