Fall TV 2011
Check out reviews of new and returning shows, as well as interviews with the stars.
A comedy about the contentious relationship between mothers and daughters falls on its face.
Which new shows have you stuck with and which have been kicked to the curb?
Jonah Hill joins Fox's Saturday night animation block as a pretentious 7-year-old.
The supernatural procedural suffers from a poorly cast lead and a lack of wit.
The spy comedy returns for a farewell season.
ABC's new fairy tale drama series is flawed but fun.
The actor plays the mayor in the Chicago-set, Chicago-shot TV drama on Starz.
This sitcom about middle-aged guys searching for their inner macho men is a major snooze fest.
Tim Allen returns to television but this sitcom doesn't show his good side.
The new series from the creators of Glee fails to thrill, engage or be remotely cohesive.
Showtime's thriller is the best new show of the fall.
The English actor calls Showtime’s Homeland “contentious.” Classic British understatement?
The serial killer drama makes a feeble attempt to get some faith in its new season.
Despite a wickedly funny ensemble, this comedy fails to bring any laughs.
This comedic take on the monotony of suburbia has a great sense of humor.
Idris Elba returns as the brooding detective in another gritty and engaging series.
The Chicago-set comedy continues its quirky comedy style in a new season.
Can impressive effects and sweeping action make up for boring characters?
A big city doctor uproots to Alabama in a new show that's high on charm, but light on everything else.
The star of Pan Am tries to temper her authority problem and instead be “nice, kind, good.”
ABC's new period drama does retro right.
Despite some amazing talent, this drama fails to go beyond its sentimental premise.
Fringe returns for a fourth season and all the rules have changed.
We discuss the new season of the sci-fi series with the cast and producers.
We sit down with the cast and producers of the cult NBC comedy to discuss their third season.
We chat with the actor about his appearance on Community and the return of Boardwalk Empire.
This reboot still feels stuck in the past.
Producer J.J. Abrams and writer Jonathan Nolan deliver a weary and convoluted drama.
The comic's attempt to bring her stand-up act to the small screen doesn't quite pan out.
This adaptation of a British crime drama struggles to update to a new era.
After a stellar third season, the Pawnee gang returns to mix things up.
ABC offers up a sudsy, Hamptons-set take on The Count of Monte Cristo.
Zooey Deschanel embraces the dork within in Fox's tenacious comedy, New Girl.
The Chance family returns for a second season with a song in its heart.
CBS's new crime drama fails to distinguish itself from the others out there.
CBS's new girl buddy comedy, feels a little stale but star Kat Dennings makes everything fresh.
Playboy, Chicago and the sixties add up to be little more than a bore.
After a shocking season finale, Castle returns with a bit of new life.
The CW offers up a fun supernatural drama about a group of high school witches.
The Paddy's gang returns.
We chat with the cast about what to look forward to in season seven.
The animated spy comedy returns for a third season with a hilarious three-part epic.
Will Arnett and Christina Applegate star as new parents who still love to party.
Free Agents has all the makings of a hilarious comedy, so why aren't there more laughs?
Mario Lopez gives his celebrity friends a chance to defend themselves from the people he wants to watch his show.
The Bravermans return from their summer break with a fresh set of growing pains.
Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to television in Ringer, but Buffy it's not.
In New Girl, she's single, can’t sing and breaks down a lot. Not much like the star herself.
The new season of Sons of Anarchy returns in top form.
We sat down with the creator and cast to discuss the show's new season.
Yes, she’s an out, atheist, gun-owning Texan. She’ll also take issue with that statement.
NBC’s new Bunny has a secret.
NBC’s new Chicago-set series re-creates Hef’s swinging ’60s on a South Side sound stage.