Find summaries and reviews of the series making their debut starting in September, 2000, from "Bette" to "Yes, Dear."
Navigate the new prime time series for each night of the week, discover which shows are already in trouble and get Tim Goodman's viewing advice.
Fox's "Dark Angel" goes up against the WB's "Angel" Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Find out whether the bionic babe will best the virile vampire.
View a color-coded schedule grid displaying new and returning shows in prime time. Link to details about and photographs of series' casts.
Register with CNN to discuss the broadcast networks' plans for the 2000-2001 season. Post predictions about potential hits and sure-fire flops.
TV critic gives the advance word on the fall TV lineups for 2000. She runs down the cancelled, returning and new series for each network.
John Carman provides glimpses of the predictable network fare served up for the 2000 season, and discusses each broadcast entity's strategy.
Fox's "Normal, Ohio" locks horns with the WB's "Dawson's Creek" Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Decide whether viewers will prefer a gay dad to a gay teen.
John Carman reveals what programming is in store on the networks during May 2001.
Before and after looks at changes undergone by "Grosse Pointe," "Normal, Ohio," "The Geena Davis Show" and "The Michael Richards Show."
Browse "20 Burning TV Questions" to find out what's happening with favorite series, midseason replacements and the crop of new reality shows.
ABC's "Dharma & Greg" butts heads with NBC's "Frasier" Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Decide whether free spirits or shrinks will win the upper hand.
Discover which shows have provided new homes for former "Party of Five" cast members Jennifer Blank, Rhona Mitra, Sean Maher and Paige Turco.
Christine Champagne sets her gaydar for which sitcoms, episodic dramas, and made-for-TV movies will feature plots targeted at gays and lesbians.
Background on the WB's "Pop Stars" and Fox's "Temptation Island" reminds the reviewer how reality shows can boomerang into embarrassments.
Preview Fox's "Dark Angel," "Freakylinks" and "Night Visions" to see which might be a worthy "X-Files" successor. With notes on WB's "Roswell."
ABC's "Spin City" goes mano a mano with NBC's "The West Wing" Wednesdays at 9:30. Will Charlie of the NYC mayor's office beat Martin the prez?
Tim Goodman provides a rundown to "streamline your viewing" on what to avoid and what not to miss in this forecast for fall 2000 programs.
Tim Goodman spouts off on the season's evanescent sitcoms that can't support the weight of their leads and have been cancelled, or soon will be.
Edward Guthmann lists the reasons film actors decide to switch mediums to TV, and discusses the pros and cons for the 2000 season's performers.
"Jack & Jill" and "Felicity" are teen dramas sharing a single time slot Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Who will go up the hill and who will come tumbling?
Candidate debates, the Sydney Games and constant competition from cable and syndication are discussed. Learn about Court TV's new "Confessions."