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Here’s our fully-updated 2012 fall schedule for what’s premiering on TV, and when. We will update it regularly, along with the subscribable calendar. Check back often!
Tuesday brings sets for ‘Grimm’, ‘Parenthood’, ‘Strike Back’, ‘Huff’, ‘Family Guy’, ‘Let It Shine’, ‘The Rookies’, ‘Gunsmoke’, ‘Born Free’, ‘Dennis The Menace’, ‘Garrow’s Law’, ‘Dirty Jobs’, ‘One Piece’, ‘World God Only Knows’, ‘Squidbillies’, and ‘Dr Seuss’.
The guest star casting news and spoilers abound today: Ray Romano is doing an arc on “Parenthood,”Michael Imperoli is doing an episode of “Necessary Roughness,” and there are rumors of Alec Baldwin doing a stint on “The Good Wife.” What do you make of these announcements?
Are there any characters you have developed an affection for who initially rubbed you the wrong way? For some of us, these initially detestable personalities have gradually turned into some of our favorites.
Our regularly scheduled programming was interrupted this week by the ‘Academy Awards’, the surprise prime-time appearance of the ‘Daytona 500′, and a triple shot of ‘Idol’. That brought a few unexpected drops to the numbers. On cable, ‘The Walking Dead’ continues to rule.
The mood was all over the place as the third season came to a close, from Crosby and Jasmine’s long delayed wedding to a fraternal fist fight involving beer and salsa.
The big news on the networks was ‘American Idol’ falling to third place in viewers and the demo. Over on cable, the premiere of ‘Eastbound & Down’ could do nothing to stop the freight train that is AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’.