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TV on DVD – Big Bang Theory, Vampire Diaries, Castle, and more

New video releases for September 11 include: ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ ‘Castle,’ ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ ‘Spartacus: Vengeance,’ ‘Blue Bloods,’ ‘Private Practice,’ ’30 Rock,’ ‘Absolutely Fabulous,’ ‘Terra Nova,’ ‘Up All Night,’ ‘Dragon Ball Z Kai,’ ‘Kojak,’ ‘Dark Night of the Scarecrow,’ ‘Hammer House Of Horror,’ and more.

by Chuck Duncan

Which canceled show will you miss the most? – Poll

Each network announced their show cancellations last week, now you can vote for the one that you will miss the most!

by Carla Day

Ratings Clack – American Idol returns down, still huge

A big week of premieres was headlined by the return of ‘American Idol’, but the ratings king is not quite the juggernaut it used to be. ‘Big Bang Theory’ managed to top the singing kids in the demo.

by Brett Love

Quotation Marks – The Middle, Suburgatory and The Secret Circle

Join in as the Clique shares up some of their favorite quotes of the TV week. If we missed a favorite of yours, share it with us in the comments!

by Ivey West

Ratings Clack – Happy Holidays! Have some reruns!

The holidays dealt a crushing blow to the network schedules last week, leaving only five hours of new scripted programming on all five broadcast networks combined. Over on cable, it was season finale time for ‘American Horror Story’, ‘The League’, ‘Dexter’, and ‘Homeland’.

by Brett Love

Reflections on the first half of a television season

Is the current television season halfway through, or does it still have halfway to go? That’s my attempt at applying the glass half full/half empty concept to a television season. But with most shows on hiatus, I figured this was a good time to look back at the half-season that was.

by Aryeh S.

Terra Nova – Hugs, not pyrosonic charges

The season (series?) finale was too long, a big mess, barely believable. Will there be a season two?

by Michael Noble