<p>Matt Passmore in &quot;Satisfaction,&quot; Judy Greer in &quot;Married,&quot; Tom Ellis in &quot;Rush&quot; and Aya Cash in &quot;You&#39;re the Worst.&quot;</p>

Matt Passmore in "Satisfaction," Judy Greer in "Married," Tom Ellis in "Rush" and Aya Cash in "You're the Worst."

Credit: USA/FX

Review: USA's 'Satisfaction' & 'Rush' & FX's 'Married' & 'Youre the Worst'

USA and FX launch a bunch of new shows tonight, but are any of them any good?

Four new scripted shows debut tonight: two dramas on USA ("Rush" at 9, "Satisfaction" at 10), two comedies on FX ("Married" at 10, "You're the Worst" at 10:30). I loved none of them, but found enough interesting ideas, and enough overlap between several of them, to consider some kind of combined review.

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<p>The Bridge</p>

The Bridge

Credit: FX

Review: 'The Bridge' - 'Ghost of a Flea'

It's a big game of Where's Eleanor?, as everyone hunts for the season's new villain

A quick review of tonight's "The Bridge" coming up just as soon as we're on the same bowling team...

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<p>Dermot Mulroney</p>

Dermot Mulroney

Credit: NBC

Dermot Mulroney to join 'Shameless' for season 5

A new character, but essentially the same function Morgan filled in last year's finale

Dylan McDermott is coming to "Shameless"!

Wait, that's not right.

Derbel McDillett is coming to "Shameless"!

Also not right.

Dermot Mulroney is coming to "Shameless!"

That's the one.

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<p>Orange Is the New Black</p>

Orange Is the New Black

Credit: Netflix

Review: 'Orange Is the New Black' - '40 Oz. of Furlough/Little Mustachioed S***'

Piper attends her grandmother's funeral, Red remembers her past, and Vee takes control

We're getting close to the end of our run through "Orange Is the New Black" season 2, and I have thoughts on episodes 9 & 10 coming up just as soon as I do a burlesque routine with a Ray Romano puppet that's surprisingly sexy...

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<p>Selfie</p>

Selfie

Credit: ABC

Press tour: Why Karen Gillan can't be Scottish on 'Selfie'

The social media-themed 'Pygmalion' riff allegedly needs an American character at the center

Speaking in her native Scottish accent, Karen Gillan has one of the most charming and endearingly goofy voices in all of show business. So why on earth would "Suburgatory" alum Emily Kapnek — creator of "Selfie," a modern-day twist on "Pygmalion" starring Gillan as social media-obsessed Eliza and John Cho as Henry, the man who will turn her into a genuine lady — ask her to play the role as an American?

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<p>Cristela</p>

Cristela

Credit: ABC

Press tour: ABC goes diverse with 'Black-ish,' 'Cristela' & more

Not just minority stars, but minority creators like Shonda Rhimes and John Ridley

"If you look at shows now that seem to lack diversity, they actually feel dated. America doesn't look like that anymore, and people want to see an America that looks like where they live."

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<p>24: Live Another Day</p>

24: Live Another Day

Credit: FOX

Season finale review: '24: Live Another Day' - '10 p.m. - 11 a.m.'

Jack races to prevent war with China, and the series finally jumps ahead in time

"24: Live Another Day" has concluded, and I have thoughts on the finale and the season as a whole coming up just as soon as I explain that it is NOT pronounced "nucular," Mr. President...

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<p>Jason Isaacs</p>

Jason Isaacs

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Press tour: 'Dig' finds complications and advantages in Jersualem filming

USA conspiracy thriller on production hiatus due to current Israeli/Palestinian conflict

Filming on location — particularly a location as old and rich with historical and spiritual import as Jerusalem — brings many advantages to a show like USA's upcoming conspiracy thriller "Dig." But it also carries with it significant risks.

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<p>The Strain</p>

The Strain

Credit: FX

Series premiere talkback: 'The Strain' - 'Night Zero'

What did everybody think of FX's new vampire series from Guillermo del Toro and friends?

I posted my review of FX's "The Strain" on Friday. Now it's your turn. For those who turned into FX's first-ever Sunday night drama, what did you think? Did you find the vampire makeup and special effects creepy, or just as silly as Corey Stoll's wig? Were you interested in the characters and/or the story of this takeover plot? How did you feel about old Abraham Setrakian's way of caring for his "wife"? Was the whole thing scary or too cheesey? And will you watch again?

Have at it. I don't plan to cover this show weekly (too many things on Sunday nights), but I'll try to check in from time to time, depending on what's happening on the show.

<p>The Leftovers</p>

The Leftovers

Credit: HBO

Review: 'The Leftovers' - 'Two Boats and a Helicopter'

In a single-POV tour de force, Matt races to find the cash to save his church

A review of tonight's "The Leftovers" coming up just as soon as I think I know what happened to your face...

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