<p>Louis C.K. and Sarah Baker in &quot;Louie.&quot;</p>

Louis C.K. and Sarah Baker in "Louie."

Credit: FX

Review: 'Louie' - 'So Did the Fat Lady/Elevator Part 1'

A waitress pursues Louie, Jane has a bad dream, and Louie helps a neighbor

A review of tonight's two "Louie" episodes coming up just as soon as we choose between Mexican/Italian or Sushi/Pizza...

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<p>Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in &quot;24: Live Another Day.&quot;</p>

Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in "24: Live Another Day."

Credit: FOX

Review: '24: Live Another Day' - '1:00 PM - 2:00 PM'

Jack and Chloe have a moment, Kate breaks some rules, and we get to know our villains

A review of tonight's "24: Live Another Day" coming up just as soon as I mention your rather rude habit of asking for favors at the end of a gun...

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<p>&quot;Gracepoint.&quot;</p>

"Gracepoint."

Credit: FOX

Upfronts 2014: FOX bets on year-round programming to counter 'Idol' struggles

'Gotham' is the big fall player, and live-action comedies mix with Sunday cartoons

For a decade or so, the schedules FOX announced during upfront week followed a predictable, amusing pattern: one schedule for the fall that would inevitably struggle, another schedule for mid-season built around the dominant presence of "American Idol," and then many, many changes made to that second schedule at a later date due to the struggles of the first.

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<p>Jon Hamm in &quot;Mad Men.&quot;</p>

Jon Hamm in "Mad Men."

Credit: AMC

Review: 'Mad Men' - 'The Runaways'

Don's 'niece' causes problems with Megan, Betty and Henry fight, and Ginsberg rages against the machine

A review of tonight's "Mad Men" coming up just as soon as my computer's making me a homo...

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<p>Peter Dinklage in &quot;Game of Thrones.&quot;</p>

Peter Dinklage in "Game of Thrones."

Credit: HBO

Review: 'Game of Thrones' - 'The Laws of Gods and Men'

Davos goes banking, Theon has a visitor, and Tyrion's trial begins

A review of tonight's "Game of Thrones" coming up just as soon as you fetch my brown pants...

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<p>&quot;A to Z.&quot;</p>

"A to Z."

Credit: NBC

Upfronts 2014: NBC tries to build on its first-place finish by leaning on 'The Blacklist'

Lots of new shows, not a lot of places to put them just yet

A very strange thing happened to NBC this year: for the first time in a decade — a period during which it has mostly been a laughingstock — it will finish a season in first place among the adults 18-49 demographic that advertisers care about most. Ordinarily, a network that wins a season can play things conservatively for the next year, but NBC's success isn't entirely replicable. Yes, the network's buoyed by regular, season-long programming like "The Voice" and hit freshman drama "The Blacklist," but a lot of credit for that win comes from "Sunday Night Football," which always goes away in January (leaving the network's ratings on that night a shambles), and some from the Winter Olympics, which won't be back for another four years.

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<p>&quot;Parks and Recreation.&quot;</p>

"Parks and Recreation."

Credit: NBC

'Parks and Recreation' & 'Parenthood' to conclude after next season

The long-running comedy and drama were both renewed for final seasons

"Parks and Recreation" and "Parenthood" were both renewed by NBC, but next season will be the last for both series.

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<p>&quot;Hannibal.&quot;</p>

"Hannibal."

Credit: NBC

Review: 'Hannibal' - 'Ko No Mono'

Mason and Margot play games with each other, and so do Hannibal and Will

A review of tonight's "Hannibal" — which NBC renewed for a third season earlier today — coming up just as soon as the teacup comes back together...

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<p>&quot;Community.&quot;</p>

"Community."

Credit: NBC

Five seasons and a movie? NBC cancels 'Community'

The return of Dan Harmon wasn't enough to get the cult comedy one more year

Hey "Community" fans, would you settle for five seasons and a movie, now that NBC has declined to renew the cult comedy for a sixth season?

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<p>&quot;Hannibal.&quot;</p>

"Hannibal."

Credit: NBC

NBC renews 'Hannibal' for season 3

Critically-acclaimed Hannibal Lecter prequel series sticks around thanks to advantageous deal

Dinner will be served for at least one more year: NBC has renewed "Hannibal" for a third season.

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