Fall TV Preview 2012
We review the new fall television shows and interview some of the stars.
Star Mamie Gummer makes this cutesy and familiar medical drama watchable.
The CW's new supernatural drama hits every wrong note.
Heavy storytelling weighs down the thrilling tension in this new drama.
The latest entry in the musical TV show genre becomes a battle of the generations.
The CW's new comic book adaptation is frothy fun.
This evil apartment complex is a bit of a bore.
A new legal drama does Legally Blonde, Jersey-style.
Blockbuster action comes to the small screen with a new drama from the creator of The Shield.
A modern-day Sherlock Holmes struggles to live up to its source material.
A new comedy about a group of suburban aliens is painfully unfunny.
It's cowboys versus mobsters in CBS's new period drama.
Mindy Kaling turns her love of romantic comedies into a funny and flawed sitcom.
A new sitcom about a quirky brother and sister is high on charm.
The creators of Will & Grace offer a familiar and painfully unfunny new sitcom.
This Chicago-set medical/mob mash-up fails to do either genre well.
A post-apocalyptic adventure set in a world without electricity gets mired in the silliness of its concept.
The former Kelly Kapoor slips into scrubs for her new Fox sitcom, The Mindy Project.
A new sitcom about the struggles of being a dad suffers from stale stereotypes.
Ryan Murphy tries his hand at half-hour comedy, but it feels like the same old shtick in a smaller box.