ABC will launch a second night of comedy on Tuesdays, led by Tim Allen's Last Man Standing and Man Up, while the splashy, Miami-set remake of Charlie's Angels will anchor Thursdays.
The network's 2011-12 fall lineup also includes new series Suburgatory, Revenge, Once Upon a Time and Pan Am.
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Meanwhile, ABC will hold freshmen comedies Apartment 23 and Work It, the Kristin Chenoweth-starring soap Good Christian Belles, and the dramas The River, Missing, and Shonda Rhimes' Scandal for midseason.
Lara Long and DJ AM
Lara Long, the older sister of the late DJ AM, has died. She was 40.
Long died May 9 after "a fierce four-month battle with an ...
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, Castle
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 3 finale of Castle. Read at your own risk.]
Castle's third season went out with a bang. More than one, actually.
Castle finale: Castle and Beckett put all their cards on the table
The action-packed final episode found Beckett (Stana Katic) once again drawn into investigating her mother's murder after Hal Lockwood (Max Martini), the hitman who has killed all her previous leads in the case, escapes from prison. Beckett soon learns that Lockwood's next target is...
The Contra Security team of Breaking In has protected priceless works of art and famous celebrities, but the cast and crew behind the scenes of the Fox comedy are working on their biggest assignment yet: trying to get a Season 2 renewal.
Less than a week ago, the freshman comedy was one of five shows axed by Fox. Even next to the cancellations of cult favorites like Human Target and Lie to Me, the news that the network was ending Breaking In came as one of the bigger surprises because of its star power (Christian Slater, Bret Harrison) and its impressive ratings (the series has averaged 7.7 million viewers in its post-Idol berth).
Fox cancels Breaking In, Lie to Me
"It really couldn't have gone any...
Jonathan Groff, Glee
Before Glee, Jonathan Groff would have not been able to sing Adele's guttural, smoldering anthem of heartbreak, "Rolling in the Deep," which he used to swagger back onto the hit show last week. The actor, previously best known for his work in New York theatre, says it was Glee that taught him to rock out.
"The first song I sang with Vocal Adrenaline was 'Highway to Hell' and I remember calling [music producer] Adam Anders and saying, 'Maybe we should sit down with a...
Masi Oka, Hawaii Five-0
One cast member may be getting killed off in the Hawaii Five-0 finale, but Masi Oka is getting a promotion.
Oka, who plays...