Good news Fox sitcom fans. The network has announced that it will bring back several shows they’ve called “core assets within our 2014-15 portfolio of content.” Along with Glee, Bones and Sleepy Hollow, Fox issued a statement revealing that they have decided to give four fan-favorites a new season: The Mindy Project, New Girl, The Following and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Though the network didn’t say how many episodes each would receive (insinuating that they might not make it a full season, depending on ratings), the shows—some of which have been the subject of viewership number struggles—will at least be given another shot to capture bigger audiences ... Discuss

Plagiarism is back in the news yet again. The creators of a failed sitcom project called Square One are claiming that the Zooey Deschanel hit New Girl is a rip-off of their concept, and they say they have the evidence to prove the “blatant plagiarism.” In a lawsuit filed last week, two screenwriters claim that after seeking representation from a Hollywood talent agency, another client of the agency soon found success with a concept that was “remarkably similar" to theirs. Though some of the similarities could just be weird coincidences (an awkward, thirtysomething protagonist who discovers she has been the victim of infidelity; a controlling boss at work; a lead character who moves in with three men, each of whom have similar personalities), some seem to suggest that the show was in fact the result of plagiarism (in both shows: the best friend at work has the name CeCe or C.C.; the unfaithful partner was named Spencer; the cynical, bar-tending roommate becomes a love interest; the lead receives a makeover from a friend). While the two young screenwriters behind Square One were initially shopping around their script, they even claimed to have suggested Zooey Deschanel for the lead role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the pair—who say they wrote their concept based on real-life experiences—are seeking monetary damages from Fox, along with a public apology and credit as the creators of the show ... Discuss

RELEVANT's Top 10 TV Shows of 2012

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Every fall, a bunch of new network TV shows start, and you have to figure out what’s worth your time and what you can ignore immediately. The sad fact remains that for every Modern Family, there are two Running Wildes, three FlashForwards and at least 34 $h*! My Dad Says. Well, this year, you’re in luck. Because we watched hours of TV—and trust us when we say it wasn’t always good. Below are four of our picks for this fall season. Read More

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You knew when you heard her singing in the shower that this was more than a passing fling. It's been nearly six years now since we first listened to Zooey Deschanel innocently belt out Christmas tunes behind the shower curtain in Elf. And, much like Buddy the Elf, even then we knew were eavesdropping on something special. Read More