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Monday, September 19, 2011

Fall TV: The Ultimate Guide

And so we're smack dab in the middle of premieres week on television! Yay!!! (For us with only network TV, this is a pretty big deal, let me tell you.) Why some networks premiered shows last week and then the rest this week is beyond the comprehensions of my mind, but I trust that they have good intentions. Maybe it's because if they released it to us all at once, our brains would explode with joydum! (I'm officially making this a word.)

Thus, I would like to run down the list of new (and fantastic old) TV shows that are coming to us in the coming weeks, causing enormous amounts of excitement. :D Ready? I think we'll go by networks...

-----NBC-----

The Sing-off
Sara Bareilles and a cappela singers all in one place? My dream come true! Come on now, the third season of this show looks brilliant, and I'm super amped about it. That's exactly why I'm gonna plop myself down and watch the two-hour season premiere tonight!


Parks & Recreation
Amy Poehler reprises her role as Leslie Knope in this season of Parks and Recreation. It should be a huge hit. It is my favorite show on Thursday nights, no less. I love it. :)


Parenthood
This is my declared show for Tuesday night. I love everything about it. The set design, the characters, the plotlines, everything. They're just geniuses over there. I hope to one day visit Craig T. Nelson and Lauren Graham on the set. That would be a dream of mine. Let it be known.


The Office
This is one of those shows that I really don't follow too closely, but I'll watch if I'm not busy. I know I'm offending a lot of people when I say that, but it's the truth. Sorry. I like the humor... sometimes. WHO WILL REPLACE MICHAEL SCOTT?!?!


Whitney
This show looks fairly hilarious. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't going to watch the premiere. But seriously, I think it'll be really good. We'll have to just wait and find out...


Up All Night
I saw the premiere to this this past week. Will Arnett (who's married to Amy Poehler) and Christina Applegate do a great job. I laughed quite a bit at it, but I just don't connect with the... ah... plot. Cause I don't have a baby. So... yeah. Maya Rudolph is ridiculously hilarious in it. I'm gonna watch it just for her.



----ABC-----

Castle
Do you know how some families have pizza night? My family has Castle night. Seriously, this is what we've been waiting for for a half a year. We even contemplated getting our "Countdown to Christmas" decoration out so we could know when the show started. Do you know what number it'd be on today? 0!!!!! It's today, it's today!!!! Hallelujah! I can't wait. I can't say enough about it. :DDDDDD <--- Mega Smile.


The Middle
This show is hilarious. The fact that Ray Romano is going to guest star this season just brightens my day as well, considering that Patricia Heaton is the mom in it. I love Everybody Loves Raymond. Anyway, the premise of this show is just genius and for everyone. It's great!


Pan-Am
This one's sending off a Catch Me If You Can or View From the Top vibe. I'm not sure what to think of it just yet, but we'll see. I think the retro is building off of the fame of Madmen. This whole idea of being "inspired" by another show is unsettling. I guess I'll watch the first one. (Watch, now I'll be totally addicted to it...)



----FOX----

Glee
Evidently, this season the glee club is going "back to basics." They're only in the third season. How are they going "back to basics"? ... I guess I'll keep watching it, but Parenthood beat this show out for my Tuesday night slot. (P.S. I used to be addicted to this show. The glamour has worn off a little...)



The X-Factor
Intriguing, Simon Cowell, intriguing. I'll have to check it out.


New Girl
Fantastic! I downloaded the free premiere episode off of iTunes and totally love it. Those Deschanel sisters have a way, let me tell you. They aren't dynamic; they're just pure talent! Put this one down on the shows I'm going to watch for sure! (I'll have to hulu it, though. It conflicts with Parenthood.)


And those are my anticipated TV shows for the fall season of 2011! Phew! That was a lot. How am I going t have time to watch all these?

Are you excited for a tv show? Let me know in the comments below! (Hey, that rhymed.)

'Til next time!

1 comment:

  1. Dang that is a TON of shows. I could never keep up with all of them. :P I'm watching Glee, Supernatural, and I'm definitely checking out new girl. I LOVE Zooey Deschanel! :)

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