The gang is back together on the newest season of “The Voice” — Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green have rejoined Adam Levine and Blake Shelton in their spinny red chairs for the fifth season of NBC’s reality hit.
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It’s still unclear what will become of “Glee” after the first three episodes of Season 5. Following the tragic July death of star Cory Monteith, the writing staff has had to course-correct their season while they, along with the entire cast and crew, mourn the death of their friend and colleague.
Is the third time the charm for “The X Factor”? FOX’s other singing reality competition hasn’t quite managed to gel together over its first two years, but as the talent search heads into Season 3, premiering Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 8/7c, producer Simon Cowell might have finally figured out the winning formula.
One of the most improved comedies of last season, Fox’s “The Mindy Project,” returns on Sept. 17 at 9:30/8:30c for its second-season premiere. Everyone’s favorite OB-GYN, Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling), has embarked on a trip of self-discovery doing good in Haiti with her boyfriend, Casey (Anders Holm), but the practice she left behind is thriving in New York City thanks to Dr. Paul Leotard (James Franco), the miracle-worker doctor with model-good looks — seriously, he was actually a model.
Don’t expect a stereotype-filled sitcom about an LOL-worthy culture clash in NBC’s new comedy “Welcome to the Family,” about a white family and a Latino family brought together by an accidental teen pregnancy. This is a show about the differences between two families, period, says creator Mike Sikowitz.
You might have the smarts for NBC’s newest game show, “Million Second Quiz,” but do you have the endurance? The network is opening its 2013 TV season with a very new strategy: a live game show premiering on Monday, Sept. 9 at 8/7c, and running in the same time slot all but one night until its finale on Sept. 19.
The late night landscape has changed dramatically since Arsenio Hall last hosted his talk show in the ’90s. For starters, there are quite a few other talk shows on the air. Then there’s the power of the internet, time-shifted viewing, and any number of other issues spawned by technology. Ultimately, the approach Hall is taking on the updated version of “The Arsenio Hall Show” that premieres Sept. 9 is to “put on a good show.”
Signs fall is finally upon us: the return of the pumpkin spice latte, back-to-school shopping, and the premiere of “The League,” television’s funniest (and only) fantasy football-related comedy. The sitcom moves from FX to the brand-new FXX channel (check which channel number it is in your area at getfxx.com) with its fifth-season premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 10:30/9:30c.
In ABC’s newest drama, “Lucky 7,” Luis Antonio Ramos plays the unlucky former member of a convenience store lottery pool — the odd one out when his coworkers hit the jackpot. But Ramos feels pretty darn lucky with his role as a mechanic simply because he’s not playing a gang member, murderer, or any other type of criminal.
Clark Gregg thought his Marvel movie character, Agent Phil Coulson, was dead. It certainly seemed that way after Coulson was tragically killed in battle in the “The Avengers” movie, prompting… More