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What does Paul Lee, the president of ABC have to say about that? In a phone interview with reporters shortly after ABC released its full schedule for the fall of 2014, Lee addressed the issue of "Trophy Wife" and said he was "sad to see it go." He
Agent Carter,' 'How to Get Away with Murder' and more: ABC dramas first impressions for 2014-2015 ABC's crowded schedule is adding a total of six dramas to its 2014-2015 TV schedule -- "Agent Carter," "How to Get Away with Murder," "Forever," "
I think it's much less relevant than it was than five years ago, Lee said today in a press conference, after a reporter questioned the idea of airing adult content earlier in the evening. ABC unveiled its fall schedule Tuesday that shifted the sexy
ABC says it is adding a dozen new series to its schedule next season, including its third drama from producer Shonda Rhimes. Viola Davis will star in the new series from Rhimes, a legal thriller titled "How to Get Away With Murder." Rhimes produces "
Rosemary's Baby' gets off to a wobbly start 'Once Upon a Time' gives ABC a happy ending in the TV ratings NBC had trouble birthing its remake of the horror classic "Rosemary's Baby" on Mother's Day, while the season finale of "Once Upon a Time"
The nuptials are right around the corner and in this exclusive sneak peek of the "Castle" Season 6 finale, we see that Beckett gets her own pre-wedding jitters. Turns out, she may have already been married to bartender Rogan O'Leary (Eddie McClintock)
ABC Co-President Ben Sherwood announced the renewal of the Connie Britton-Hayden Panettiere drama on his Twitter account. On the bubble last year, the second-series held its ground amid a hefty roster of freshman duds, on the network. Despite taking
ABC celebrates renewal with magical new poster "Once Upon a Time" Season 3 may not be over yet ( the finale airs this Sunday, May 11 ), but it's already time to look ahead to Season 4. ABC renewed the fairytale drama on Thursday (May 8), and the
ABC cleans house, canceling comedies 'Super Fun Night,' 'The Neighbors,' 'Suburgatory' Not so fun night: ABC cancels Rebel Wilson sitcom 'Super Fun Night' ABC sends 'The Neighbors' back to their home planet, cancels alien sitcom Fourth-place network
Family comedy "The Middle," starring "Everybody Loves Raymond" alum Patricia Heaton, will return for a sixth season. The under-the-radar Wednesday comedy has never quite been a flashy performer in the way "Modern Family" has, but it's nevertheless a