If you're already mourning the finales of your favorite Spring shows, not to worry — there's an exciting Summer TV lineup that's sure to fill the void. With the much-anticipated return of Arrested Development, the final season of Breaking Bad, new episodes of True Blood and The Newsroom, plus plenty of brand-new series, you'll have more than enough reasons to keep tuning in. Take a look at the must-see shows coming up this Summer!
We may be in the midst of Spring season finales, but we're already looking ahead to some of the exciting shows coming up this Fall. With familiar faces like Rebel Wilson, Andy Samberg, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers heading to the small screen, we can't wait to set our DVRs. Check out all the comedies and dramas to look forward to this Fall!
CBS has announced its new lineup, and among the returning shows, there are some promising new ones. Robin Williams is paired with Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kal Penn is buds with Tony Shalhoub, and Dylan McDermott will appear with Toni Collette. Which series should you mark on your calendar? Click through to watch trailers of all the shows, including Josh Holloway's midseason thriller.
Following this week's big reveal of the mother on How I Met Your Mother, CBS has announced even more big news about the show. Entertainment president Nina Tassler has divulged that next season — the series's final one — will exclusively span the 56 hours leading up to Barney and Robin's wedding. Over the course of that time, each character will get to meet the mother, all culminating in Ted's eventual meeting with her.
Real talk: I'm bummed. Minus the progression of Barney and Robin's relationship, the last few seasons of the show have felt like filler. Finally we get to meet the mother, but after spending almost a decade watching Ted search for her, we're not even going to see their courtship! Maybe I'm overreacting. What are your thoughts?
Following in the footsteps of NBC, Fox, and ABC, CBS is the fourth network to unveil its Fall schedule during this week's upfronts. It's introducing five (out of eight) new shows this Fall, three of which will start out the week on Monday nights, in between established comedies How I Met Your Mother (in its last season) and 2 Broke Girls. The network is also bringing two new comedies to Thursday nights, featuring Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Will Arnett.
CBS has also moved Hawaii Five-0 to Fridays and stacked Person of Interest after NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles on Tuesday evenings. Stay tuned to find out when the network's three midseason shows will be scheduled.
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Season finales are upon us! As we prepare for our favorite characters to leave us for a Summer hiatus (or forever!), the networks are releasing the final glances of shows like How I Met Your Mother, Once Upon a Time, Arrow, Modern Family, and more. Click through to check out all the fun pictures, and keep checking back regularly as we update with more photos!
The season-eight finale of How I Met Your Mother aired this week, and while we didn't get to see Barney and Robin's wedding, we got something even better — a glimpse of the mother! Not just her boots, not just her umbrella, but a long look at her face in all her her soon-to-be-motherly glory.
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There was bad news for a lot of shows last week — tons of freshman and veteran series bit the dust (like 1600 Penn, Whitney, Go On, The New Normal, Smash, and Happy Endings). They join a lot of other shows that have gotten the boot, and if you need a rundown on what's been canceled so far, start clicking. Don't see your favorite show? Check to see whether it's already been renewed.
The upfronts are next week, which means we'll be hearing the final decisions about some shows that are still on the bubble. Today we got a couple more renewals, including the news that Grey's Anatomy and Revenge will be back. It joins other exciting renewals of Once Upon a Time, Community, and The Carrie Diaries. There has been other renewal and cancellation news recently too, so we've put all the latest updates together right here. Find out if your favorite shows have been dropped or picked up for another season by clicking through now, and keep checking back for other TV developments.
— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal
There's some sad breakup news today, as we heard that Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder have reportedly split. Of course, it'll make it a little bit more interesting to see what happens with their characters on The Vampire Diaries, and their three-year relationship also has us thinking about other TV couples who've been couples on TV. From pairs we'll never forget (Seth and Summer!) to those you may not have even known were together (yes, Felicity and Ben were really an item), check out these TV couples who were together both on and off the small screen.
—Additional reporting by Laura Meyers