The late night Cartoon Network programming block will unveil nine new shows this season, including a spin-off of Children's Hospital.
Grant Wilson is set for his last episode, airing Wednesday, May 16 at 9 PM ET on Syfy.
Two and a Half Men moves to Thursday nights at 8:30 PM, as the network adds seven new shows to its strong lineup.
Charlie Sheen embraces his train wreck reputation in anticipation of this series debut on FX starting June 28th.
Get your first look at The Neighbors, 666 Park Avenue, Last Resort, and more before the make their debut later in the year.
Old favorites Modern Family and Grey's Anatomy are joined by newcomers 666 Park Avenue and The Family Tools.
Get your first look at Ben and Kate, The Following, The Goodwin Games, The Mindy Project, and The Mob Doctor before they debut on Fox.
Luther creator Neil Cross is behind this swashbuckling pirate adventure, which will begin production this fall.
The Fox music competition series is looking to draw in younger viewers during its upcoming second season.
The former Sex and the City star will play a mentor to Chris Colfer's Kurt in the newest season of Fox's musical series.
The network moves Glee to Thursday nights, Touch to Friday nights, plus adds five new shows to its lineup.
A war is brewing between the vampires and humans as HBO's hit series returns this June!
The story of a young Argon City mechanic is told in this prelude to the upcoming Disney XD series based on the hit franchise.
The Voice moves to fall while comedies Whitney and Community are relegated to Friday nights.
The Second Mass returns to fight off their alien enemies in this new season, debuting Sunday, June 17 at 9 PM ET on TNT.
The network cleans house ahead of its upfront presentation announcing their full lineup next week.
Cast members Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones will all return this fall for another full season of hilarity.
The network has also renewed Private Practice, though cancelled Pan Am, Missing, GCB and The River.
The network also renews Nikita and Hart of Dixie, cancels The Secret Circle, and ordered four more shows including The Carrie Diaries.
The network cuts these four underperforming rookie shows after a round of renewals.
It's like marriage, only with bullets in this latest USA Network series debuting tonight, Friday May 11th at 10/9 c.
Elisha Cuthbert, Eliza Coupe, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, and Casey Wilson star in this ABC comedy, which was given a 22-episode order.
Parks and Recreation gets a full 22-episode order, while Up All Night gets a shortened 13-episode season.
The network has also ordered new seasons for Grey's Anatomy, Castle, The Middle and Suburgatory.
Shark Tank is also renewed for a fourth season after rising in the ratings to beat Undercover Boss.
The Greendale 7 live to see another day as this nearly canceled sitcom gets a 13-episode order.
The gang's all here as HBO prepares to launch the latest episode run of this popular vampire series starting June 10th.
Season 7 of 30 Rock will consist of 13 episodes, while the Bravermans get a 15-episode order.
The cable network has ordered a new season of the ABC comedy, also picking up the encore rights for the first 61 episodes.
Get your first glimpse at the season ender of Fox's two-part finale.
The network has canceled the freshman dramas due to their initial numbers not holding up after their mid-season launches.
The studio's drama series is being brought back despite mediocre ratings in the first season.
Both series get a 16-episode order, and will return later in the year with Kevin Smith and Chris Hardwick at the helm.
Comedy Central to release Seasons 1 and 2 'Combo Doggy Blu-ray' on June 5, right after the Season 3 debuts on May 29.
Jennifer Love Hewitt stars as a single mother who takes a job as a masseusse at a sexually-charged day spa in this new series.
We also speak with stars Sonya Walger and Jack McGee on the New Orleans set of this USA Network series, debuting Friday, May 11 at 9 PM ET.
The cable network is in early talks for a two-season pickup if ABC decides to cancel the comedy series starring Courteney Cox.
The voice-over actor portrays Jack Darby on The Hub animated series, and Hal Jordan on Cartoon Network's Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
Charlie Sheen returns to the small screen with this new FX comedy series debuting Thursday, June 28 at 9 PM ET.