<p>Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins</p>

Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins

Credit: Showtime

Showtime's David Nevins on the State of the Network - Press tour live-blog

Perhaps we'll buzz about 'Twin Peaks' and 'Happy-ish' and Cameron Crowe's upcoming pilot

I'm not immediately sure what news might come out of Monday's (January 12) Television Critics Association press tour executive session with Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins, but Nevins is usually good for a frank glimpse into what's happening at the network.

So click through and follow along.

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<p>Katharine McPhee of &quot;Scorpion&quot;</p>

Katharine McPhee of "Scorpion"

Credit: CBS

'Scorpion,' 'NCIS: New Orleans' and 'Madam Secretary' earn renewals

'Stalker' and 'The McCarthys' aren't dead

After The CW renewed eight shows on Sunday, corporate sibling CBS had to at least try to compete at the TCA press tour on Monday (January 12).

While CBS' three Monday renewals couldn't match The CW's eight, all three CBS 2015-2016 pickups were for freshman shows, topping the two first-year dramas earning CW renewals.

CBS specifically picked up the season's top three most-watched new shows in "NCIS: New Orleans," "Madam Secretary" and "Scorpion."

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<p>Nina Tassler</p>

Nina Tassler

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CBS' Nina Tassler on the State of the Network - Press tour live-blog

Will we learn the identity of 'Supergirl'? Or get any renewals?

Sunday was a big day for The CW, with a slew of big renewals in the morning, a busy day of Press Tour panels and then an evening coronation for Gina Rodriguez at the Golden Globes.

Well, CBS has its own Golden Globe winner, with "CSI: Cyber" star Patricia Arquette, but will the network have anything meaningful in store during its Television Critics Association press tour activities?

Let's see what CBS Entertainment Chairman Nina Tassler has to say...

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<p>Tina Fey and Amy Poehler</p>

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Credit: NBC

Golden Globes 2015 Live-Blog

Join along as we celebrate Tina & Amy and all of the night's winners and losers

Welcome, friends!

It's time to live-blog the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. 

Follow along as I celebrate/reflect-on/mock all of tonight's winners, losers and most gloriously drunken moments.

Check out HitFix's Golden Globes Predictions.

Join the conversation in the comments below...

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<p>&quot;The Messengers&quot;</p>

"The Messengers"

Credit: The CW

CW shifts 'Supernatural,' sets 'iZombie,' 'Messengers' for spring

'Cedric's Barber Battle' is heading for Fridays

Before a busy Television Critics Association press tour day that featured the renewal of eight fall dramas for next season, The CW also announced its adjusted midseason schedule.

The spring announcement includes time slots for "iZombie" and "The Messengers," a shift for "Supernatural" and a home for the new reality competition "Cedric's Barber Battle."

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<p>&quot;Supernatural&quot;</p>

"Supernatural"

From 'Jane the Virgin' to 'Reign,' The CW renews its full Fall 2014 lineup

'Flash,' 'Arrow,' 'Vampire Diaries' earn unsurprising renewals.

In one broad and rather impressively all-encompassing stroke, The CW renewed its entire Fall 2014 lineup on Sunday (January 11) morning. 

Earning places in the 2015-2016 schedule are "Supernatural" (Season 11), "The Vampire Diaries" (Season 7), "Arrow" (Season 4), "The 100" (Season 3), "Reign" (Season 3), "The Originals" (Season 3), "The Flash" (Season 2) and "Jane the Virgin" (Season 2).

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<p>Mark Pedowitz</p>

Mark Pedowitz

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The CW's Mark Pedowitz on the State of the Network - Press tour live-blog

Expect updates on the DC-ization and 'Virgin'-ization of the network

It's executive session time and The CW's Mark Pedowitz has a new action hit and a Golden Globe nomination critical favorite to tout for the year's achievements.

Follow along with Mark Pedowitz's remarks below, but keep in mind that Pedowitz is usually very cagey.

But first, here's my "Vampire Diaries"/"The Originals" panel live-blog.

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<p>Ian Somerhalder of &quot;The Vampire Diaries&quot;</p>

Ian Somerhalder of "The Vampire Diaries"

Credit: The CW

What's in store for 'Vampire Diaries' and 'The Originals'? Press Tour Live-Blog

Joseph Morgan and Ian Somerhalder join a trio of producers

The CW is having a pretty good season and the network has a lot of Television Critics Association press tour time, with panels including midseason dramas "iZombie" and "The Messengers."

The network is also doing a pair of mixed-world panels. A bit later we have the various heroes and villains of "Arrow" and "Flash," but now it's time for a joint "The Vampire Diaries"/"The Originals" panel.

Julie Plec will be joined by "Vampire Diaries" showrunner Caroline Dries and "Originals" showrunner Michael Narducci. Representing both casts are Ian Somerhalder and Joseph Morgan.

Follow along!

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<p>Jessica Par&eacute; of &quot;Mad Men&quot;</p>

Jessica Paré of "Mad Men"

Credit: AMC

'Mad Men' boss weighs in on Sharon Tate, D.B. Cooper theories

Fans rooting for Megan's brutal murder may be disappointed

Sharon Tate was a sex symbol and fledgling movie star. The "Fearless Vampire Killers" and "Valley of the Dolls" star was married to Roman Polanski. Tate and four others were killed by The Manson Family in August 1969.

Megan from "Mad Men" is not Sharon Tate.

D.B. Cooper is the name given to a man who hijacked a Boeing 727 in 1971, secured $200,000 in ransom and parachuted out of the plane, never to be seen again or definitively identified. 

Don Draper from "Mad Men" is not D.B. Cooper. Probably.

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<p>Season 3 of &quot;Orphan Black&quot;</p>

Season 3 of "Orphan Black"

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'Orphan Black' team teases Season 3 - Press Tour Live-Blog

Tatiana Maslany and company return to the TCA press tour

It's already been a busy Saturday (January 10) at the Television Critics Association press tour.

We had our first panel for AMC's "Better Call Saul."

We had our last panel for AMC's "Mad Men."

And while it isn't as momentous, perhaps, now it's time for a crowd favorite, with a panel for the third season of BBC America's "Orphan Black."

We're joined by Tatiana Maslany and Jordan Gavaris, but then we have John Fawcett, representing both co-creators, and Ari Millen, who will be taking on a larger role/roles this season.

Follow along...

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