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Fall TV 2012

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  1. DVR Dilemma: The New Schedule's Biggest Time Slot Conflicts

    3:37 pm 5/17/2012

    "Happy Endings," "New Girl" and NBC's new Matthew Perry comedy all occupying the same half-hour is just one of the TV conundrums coming this fall.Read more

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  2. Fall TV 2012: The Full Schedule

    6:09 pm 5/16/2012

    "Glee" and "Two and a Half Men" join the Thursday fray, comedy rules Tuesdays: Find out when your favorite shows will air next season.Read more

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  3. First Look: Watch Clips for All of CBS' New Series (Video)

    6:19 am 5/16/2012

    The network picked up six new scripted series, including a modern take on Sherlock Holmes, a period drama starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis and a comedy from the creators of "Will & Grace."Read more

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  4. First Look: Watch Trailers for All of ABC's New Series

    9:41 am 5/15/2012

    A musical drama starring "Friday Night Lights'" Connie Britton and a NATO thriller from "The Shield's" Shawn Ryan as well as comedies featuring Reba McEntire and Sarah Chalke highlight the network's 2012-13 schedule.Read more

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  5. First Look: Watch Trailers for All of Fox's New Series (Video)

    5:51 am 5/14/2012

    The network picked up three comedies and a pair of dramas, including efforts from "The Office's" Mindy Kaling and "The Vampire Diaries'" Kevin Williamson.Read more

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  6. CBS Orders Dennis Quaid's 'Vegas,' 'Elementary,' 'Friend Me,' Four More

    9:00 pm 5/12/2012

    Ahead of Wednesday's upfront, the network ordered two multicamera buddy comedies, four dramas and one reality show.Read more

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  7. NBC Orders Anne Heche Comedy 'Save Me' to Series

    10:52 am 5/7/2012

    UPDATED: The half-hour single-camera series becomes the second pilot to advance at the network this season with an order for 13 episodes. Read more

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  8. NBC Gives Series Orders to Ryan Murphy Comedy, J.J. Abrams Drama

    12:16 pm 5/3/2012

    The projects join Matthew Perry starrer "Go On" and Anne Heche's "Save Me" as the network continues to get a jump on upfronts.Read more

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  9. Matthew Perry Comedy 'Go On' Gets Series Order at NBC

    11:35 am 4/20/2012

    The former "Friends" star will return to the network as a sportscaster in the single-camera project from Scott Silveri. Read more

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