ABC has finally released their full fall premiere schedule for the 2013-2014 season, admittedly the last of the bunch, and right before the beautiful agony and madness of Comic-Con 2013. The eagerly awaited Joss Whedon pilot, Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,' will premiere on Tuesday, Sep. 24, while 'Modern Family' and 'Grey's Anatomy' have been given super-sized debuts.
It's finally happening! Days after FOX and NBC announced their fall schedules, ABC too has revealed its lineup for the fall season moving into 2014. First and foremost, Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' will air on Tuesdays to kick off several new series, while ABC's 'Once Upon a Time in Wonderland' spinoff will surprisingly run at the same time as the original series. Find out when you can catch 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' on ABC's lineup inside!
And so, as general chaos emerges from ABC between the pickup of Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and the multiple renewals being vomited forth, 'Happy Endings' fans are subject to some very sad news. Not only has the beloved ABC comedy been cancelled, but along with it 'Red Widow,' 'Malibu Country, 'How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)' and 'Body of Proof.' Word is sketchy on 'The Neighbors,' but find out what you can do to save 'Happy Endings' inside!
We've given ABC's admittedly "wacky" alien sitcom 'The Neighbors' a bit of flack since its debut, as have a number of TV critics. Still, the Dan Fogle-created series continues to perform modestly for the network, and may just have brought about its most redeeming news to date. Following earlier references to the explosive director, 'The Neighbors' has officially tapped Michael Bay to make a guest appearance in a coming episode, but will he be his "awesome" self or a character more alien than we've come to expect?
Admittedly, 'Scandal' doesn't deserve that kind of joke, given its relatively solid rating and overall critical acceptance, but we're somewhat surprised that 'The Neighbors' managed to survive the critical pounding it took in its early days. Regardless, ABC has opted to pick up both the Shonda Rhimes political thriller and the wacky extraterrestrial comedy up for full seasons, leaving the fate of its other dramas uncertain. So who's still on the bubble?
We bet you're not tired of hearing about the Upfronts yet! With ABC's massive event currently under way, the network has issued out advance looks at ten of its upcoming series for the year, including country music drama 'Nashville,' urban spook-fest '666 Park Avenue,' and the naval drama 'Last Resort!' So between the new dramas and comedies for both fall and mid-season, what's worth your time? Read on to find out!