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Andrew Lofland (Ben Feldman) and Zelda Vasco (Cristin Milioti) dated, and it didn't work out. How they met and all that transpired in between, categorized alphabetically, is the premise of NBC's new comedy A to Z. While smartly written, the gimmicky nature of the show, and its resemblance to How I Met Your Mother, leads me to believe that the series will follow in the footsteps of its protagonists.

Andrew is a guys' guy which means he hangs with a guy named Stu (Henry Zebrowski) a typical TV male best friend. He's obnoxious, single and often offers horrible advice. They watch sports and pee standing up, so that quantifies the whole guy thing.
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badjudge-oct1.jpgBad Judge, the love child of executive producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, doesn't exactly have an extraordinary premise and might not even deserve a spot on your DVR, but if you're a Kate Walsh fan, this show might just be for you. 

In a nutshell, the single-camera comedy is about an unconventional criminal court judge named Rebecca Wright with a reputation that precedes her. Blunt and tough, Rebecca is not afraid to lay it on the line and deliver unorthodox rulings in court. Her personal life, on the other hand, is a completely different story. Let's just say she's a promiscuous drummer who eats cake and wine for breakfast.
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CM_1001_BAU.jpgCriminal Minds kicks off its 10th season with a case involving an UnSub who cuts off the limbs of his victims, leaves their torsos on display to revisit them and sells limbs to another guy, but the most disturbing part of the premiere, "X," comes at the very end, as we get a look at the arc for the season.

The season premiere also introduces Jennifer Love Hewitt as the newest team member, Kate Callahan, and her work -- both before joining the BAU, with Andi Swann's unit, and during her first case -- speaks for itself. It also helps that the team already knows her, and she even bonds a bit with Garcia over cute animals and JJ and Morgan over job-related injuries. For now, she seems to be fitting in quite nicely, and there's something about her that I do find likable, though I will admit I was a bit skeptical about Hewitt's casting.
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2354329YwCWzxV.jpgOn tonight's episode of Nashville, "How Far Down Can I Go?" Rayna realizes she'll have to compromise her principles to succeed professionally. Zoey feels threatened by Gunnar and Scarlett's relationship. Juliette gets some big news. Layla blackmails Will. Jeff's in danger of losing his job.

Rayna has secured a space for her Highway 65 label, and her latest album debuted at the top of the charts. Too bad that her achievements are taking a backseat to her engagement. During an interview, all the reporter wants is the scoop on Rayna and Luke.
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apFns2gxcCyp.jpgLast week in Hell's Kitchen an alliance of three has formed on the Blue Team that successfully manages to get rid of JR. This week, will the alliance go after Sterling? Also, we're promised a "protein challenge." Since meat and fish are the stations that crash and burn, I hope Ramsay can take the heat. Add Family Night to the mix, and Ramsay's patience will be tried to its limit.

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survivor10114.jpgOn Survivor's premiere episode last week, nine pairs came into the game and were promptly split into two separate tribes. The first one to go was Nadiya, whose twin sister and Amazing Race vet Natalie is still in the game.
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