POSTED // Sep 27,2012 - Season Premiere: Spoiler: Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) now knows her brother/ick-crush Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is a killer, having walked in on him plunging a knife into last season’s best-forgotten Baddie du Jour
POSTED // Sep 20,2012 - Series Debut: CBS practically screams that Partners creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick co-produced Will & Grace in the ’90s, but conspicuously omits that they also had a shaky hand in 2010’s craptabulous $#*! My Dad Says.
POSTED // Sep 13,2012 - Season Premiere: A new night following the inexplicably returning X Factor isn’t the only new development Gleeks will have to adjust to in Season 4: Rachel (Lea Michele) is off to Fame college in New York City,
POSTED // Sep 5,2012 - The Only TV Column That Matters™ previewed 400—OK, just 40—new network TV pilots for the coming fall 2012-13 season and came to this conclusion: They still don’t know what the hell you want.
POSTED // Aug 16,2012 - Miniseries Debut: Creator/producer Alan Spencer was the man behind one of the greatest TV shows of the ’80s, the brilliantly ridiculous Sledge Hammer!; it only took him 24 years to follow it up with Bullet In the Face.
POSTED // Aug 9,2012 - Season Premieres: “The greatest hospital drama in the history of recorded media”—according to Adult Swim and, presumably, anyone who’s ever slogged through an episode of Grey’s Anatomy sober—returns for Season 4
POSTED // Jul 26,2012 - BunheadsMondays (ABC Family)Fed-up Las Vegas showgirl Michelle (Sutton Foster, who’s won a Tony or something) marries her sorta-stalker (Alan Ruck) and moves to his picture-perfect home town of,
POSTED // Jul 19,2012 - Like FX’s Anger Management and TBS’ own Men at Work, Sullivan & Son is another neo-traditional, laugh-tracked sitcom—but at least it’s fresher than the former and funnier than the latter.
POSTED // Jul 12,2012 - Season Premiere: Yes, the new season of Breaking Bad picks up right where the explosive (heh) Season 4 finale left off—after an ominous, timeline-indeterminate opening sequence, that is.