Articles for Human Target Season 2

FOX released its mid-season schedule today, and there are more big changes for American Idol. The show already has new judges and new rules, and now there are new days. The show is being pushed to Wednesdays and Thursdays, most likely to keep Glee safely where it is since the show is doing so well.  Read more »
TV fans were undoubtedly very confused last night. Due to coverage of the memorial service in Tucson, major networks had to do some quick rescheduling, bumping several shows. Cougar Town, Better With You, Human Target and Chase were all preempted while other shows saw delays or were cut off.  Read more »
A lot of things bug me about last night‘s TV ratings, but one thing I‘m OK with is Gossip Girl‘s record low rating. Last week when the show returned from its winter break, Gossip Girl had its worst rating ever with 1.58 million viewers. Last night the show beat that record with just 1.5 million viewers. To put it into perspective, that‘s worse than the repeat of The Vampire Diaries the CW aired Friday night, the day after it originally aired.I‘m happy because it‘s proof that I‘m not the only one who grew sick and tired of the dull and ridiculous plots the show was spinning. The viewing public has voted with their remotes, and while Gossip Girl was once the hottest thing on the CW, now it‘s the worst.  Read more »
On Tuesday evening, the FOX network went for all-out decimation with regard to its "bubble" shows. Every program not certain of renewal is gone. Before the cancellation bloodbath was over, Human Target, Lie to Me, Breaking In, The Chicago Code and Traffic Light all fell off the FOX schedule.So what does this mean for the fates of bubble shows on the other networks? Read more »
On Tuesday night, FOX surprised everyone by ruthlessly canceling its slate of bubble shows, including the mid-season comedy, Breaking In. The move, which seemed to indicate FOX‘s lack of patience when it comes to mid-rated shows, opened up space for four pilots set to debut in the fall. Now, however, it‘s looking like Breaking In may be around to join them.How many chances does one show get? Read more »
With this latest round of casting news from Harry‘s Law, it‘s looking like the NBC legal drama has picked up just about every actor out there. A grand total of five actors have signed on to play regular and recurring roles on the series. Read more »
Fox has made an early decision about shows for its 2011-2012 season. Five existing shows -- dramas Human Target, The Chicago Code, and Lie to Me, and comedies Traffic Light and Breaking In -- will not be returning in the fall. Taking their place will be two new dramas, The Finder and Alcatraz, as well as two comedies, I Hate My Teenage Daughter and The New Girl. Read more »

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