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TVLine Items: Final Best Friends and Gentleman Episodes to Air, Borgias Renewed and More!

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NBC and CBS have scheduled the remaining episodes of two axed comedies, Best Friends Forever and How to Be a Gentleman, respectively. READ MORE


NBC Pulls Best Friends Forever from Schedule

BEST FRIENDS FOREVER -- "Single and Lovin' It" Episode 104 -- Pictured: (l-r) Lennon Parham as Lennon, Jessica St. Clair as Jessica -- Photo by: Neil Jacobs/NBC

Best Friends Forever does not appear to be forever, as NBC has pulled the freshman comedy from its line-up effective immediately, after four airings. READ MORE


TVLine Items: Once Upon a Time Finds Its Cinderella, AMC's Young Rejoins B&B, and More

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ABC’s new fairy tale fantasy Once Upon a Time has found its Cinderella — and as far as we know, they didn’t even need to conduct a fitting with a stray glass slipper. READ MORE


Fall TV Recasts: Damon Wayans Will (Briefly) Live with New Girl, and More Updates

Fall TV Preview
NEW GIRL (working title):  A new single-camera ensemble comedy starring Zooey Deschanel (“(500) Days of Summer”) as Jess, an offbeat girl who – after a bad breakup – moves in with three single guys and essentially sets a bomb off in their lives will premiere this fall on FOX.   (Pictured L-R:  Damon Wayans Jr., Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield and Hannah Simone) ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Patrick Ecclesine/FOX

Fox’s New Girl, Zooey Deschanel, is still going to live with Damon Wayans Jr. — but not for very long.

With Happy Endings renewed by ABC and also scheduled for fall, Wayans’ New Girl guy, who goes by the nickname “Coach,” is but one of several roles that need to be recast, replaced or revisited for the 2011-12 TV season. READ MORE


Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What's New!

Fall TV Preview
Pan Am's Christina Ricci, New Girl Zooey Deschanel, and Person of Interest's Michael Emerson

The networks have unveiled their lineups for the 2011-12 TV season, and this is your “snapshot” guide to all of the shiny and new dramas, comedies and (not too many) reality series that will be coming your way. (For the short-term memory-deficient, cancellations can be found here.) CHECK OUT FALL’S NEW SHOWS!