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    ABC Fall Schedule

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    This is a list of the NEW shows:

    I’m With Her

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    Writer Chris Henchy's real life marriage to Brooke Shields is the inspiration for this fresh romantic comedy: He's an average guy living with a woman who can't even pick up their dry cleaning without being asked for an autograph! Which means he's got plenty of funny stories to bring to this series about a high school teacher who falls for a movie star.

    On the day that would change his life, delightful young everyman Patrick Owen is drinking his mid-morning latte when he's bitten by love. Literally. The gnashing jaws belong to Monroe, the easily-excited puppy of movie star Alexandra Young. When she tries to apologize – and when Patrick recognizes her famous face – he's awestruck, dumbstruck, and so very charming.

    Alex sets her sights on Patrick, but he's unprepared for the add-on's that come with this little flirtation. His anonymity and privacy go up in the flash of a hundred paparazzi cameras. And he's an overnight sensation with his young male students, for reasons that have nothing to do with his brilliant classroom banter. All of which makes him wonder if it's possible to find true love in the hot spotlight of the media.

    From the producers of Smallville comes a unique look at a guy dating out of his league. Way out of his league. This comedy proves nice guys don't always finish last. Sometimes they go the distance.

    I'm with Her
    Tuesday 8:30/7:30c

    Starring: Teri Polo, Rhea Seehorn, Danny Comden, David Sutcliffe

    It's All Relative

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC
    So you think Romeo and Juliet had family issues? Listen to this.

    Bobby's a bartender – the only son of gregarious, salt-of-the-earth Irish Catholic parents from Boston. His fiancι, Liz, is a toney Harvard medical student and she's Protestant (no, that's not the problem). Liz has two dads, not one, and they're a worldly pair of well-heeled gay men.

    The moment Bobby popped the question to Liz, they knew their families would have to meet. And the first time they brought his Mom and Dad together with her Dad and Dad... well, things did not go well.

    Aside from the obvious, there's a culture gap between these in-laws-to-be that makes the Grand Canyon look like a seam in the sidewalk. Liz's parents are devotees of the arts. Bobby's are devotees of the Red Sox. Liz's parents are into St. Laurent. Bobby's parents swear by St. Patrick. Did we mention that Bobby's sister, Maddy, loves throwing gasoline on the fire?

    From Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, acclaimed producers of the Oscar-winning Chicago.

    It's All Relative
    Wednesday 8:30/7:30c

    Starring: Lenny Clarke, Reid Scott, Maggie Lawson, John Benjamin Hickey, Harriet Harris, Christopher Sieber

    Karen Sisco

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    Smart. Sexy. Tough. Karen Sisco is a United States marshal on Miami's Gold Coast. In pursuit of dangerous fugitives, Karen must pick her way through the dark underbelly of South Beach nightlife and the sunshine and glitz of Palm Beach highlife … while she struggles to win the respect of her supervisor and fellow officers.

    Karen is a barely concealed weapon who can take down a suspect twice her size. The only man she truly trusts is her father – a retired marshal with a wealth of life experience and street smarts. He's Karen's confidant, counselor, confessor – and her rock when her confidence wavers … which it does every time she tries to connect romantically with a man.

    Based on the character portrayed by Jennifer Lopez in Elmore Leonard's Out of Sight, Karen Sisco is that rare combination of action and character-drama, with a fresh and original young lead.

    Karen Sisco
    Wednesday 10/9c

    Starring: Carla Gugino, Robert Forster, Bill Duke, Peter Horton, Jake Busey

    Threat Matrix

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    Our nation is a target. Al-Qaeda and other deadly enemies are determined to destroy our way of life. An attack could come at any time, from anywhere around the globe.

    Against this rising threat, the Homeland Security Agency has created a highly specialized, elite task force trained and equipped to counter anyone or anything that threatens our nation. The head of this super-secret team is Special Agent John Kilmer. He reports only to the President and has authority to call upon the technical skills, firepower, and specialist agents of the FBI, CIA and NSA.

    Working with cutting-edge technology – and vast stores of chutzpah – this clandestine team fights the many faces of terror to keep America safe. The one wrinkle in Kilmer's dream-team is his ex-wife, Frankie. She's as beautiful as she is fearless and lethal. Together they've averted disasters of all kinds, except their marriage.

    With stories ripped from headlines, Threat Matrix is a drama with a ticking clock in an arena as deep and complex as today's world.

    Threat Matrix
    Thursday 8/7c

    Starring: James Denton, Kelly Rutherford, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali, Shoshannah Stern, Kurt Caceres, Melora Walters, Anthony Azizi, Will Lyman

    Married To The Kellys

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    New York writer Tom grew up an only child and is a loner by nature. He's a man who takes pride in refusing to learn the names of his neighbors. But his life is destined for change when he marries Susan, a gregarious social butterfly from the Midwest. Tom loves the big city, but Susan longs for something more, so Tom promises her that when he sells his first book, they'll move wherever she wants. Well, he sells one and has to make good — the couple moves to Kansas City to be near her large and close-knit family. And what a family it is!

    Susan's mom, Sandy, is a warm and charming — but quietly controlling — wife who keeps tabs on everyone with her "Doghouse System" of public humiliation for anyone who breaks the house rules. Her dad, Bill, is the rock of the family and, like Tom, an only child himself. Tom sees Bill as a preview of himself in thirty years.

    Other characters in this muddled menage include brother-in-law Chris, who is married to Susan's sister, Mary, and who regards Tom as a threat to his own 'favorite son-in-law' status. There's Mary herself, chronically competitive and working on her master's degree, who feels compelled to prove her intellectual superiority to Tom at every turn. And there's Lewis, the youngest in the family, who's shy and socially awkward as a result of growing up surrounded by strong women.

    To make Susan happy, Tom vows to do his best to fit in with her cozy clan, but he has his doubts. After all, you can lead an only child to a big family, but…

    Married to the Kellys
    Friday 8:30/7:30c

    Starring: Breckin Meyer, Kiele Sanchez, Sam Anderson, Nancy Lenehan, Emily Rutherfurd, Josh Braaten, Derek Waters

    Hope and Faith

    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    Hope & Faith is a comedy about what happens when the fast lane collides with the carpool lane. It's about the moments that make you want to hug your sister … and the times you have to resist the urge to kill her.

    Hope and Faith have been living in two very different worlds. Stay-at-home mom Hope leads a busy, family-centered suburban life in the Midwest with her husband, Charley and three lively children. Her celebrity sister, Faith has been living the high life in Hollywood as a daytime soap opera diva until her soap's character, Ashley Storm, is suddenly and unceremoniously killed off on The Sacred and the Sinful by her evil twin. Faith, who has never saved a dime, flees Tinseltown and the relentlessly inquiring minds of the tabloid press and seeks refuge in the suburbs with her sister. As Hope soon learns, you can kill the diva off on the daytime drama, but you can't take the drama out of the diva.

    Hope, a down-to-earth, happily married mom of three, quickly finds her tidy world up-ended by her celebrity sister's arrival. She already had her hands full at home dealing with a busy household that includes two daughters — a precocious pre-teen and a rebellious teen — and a quirky son. But Hope begins to lose some of the control she holds so dear upon the arrival of Faith, whose outrageous antics have a way of engulfing the people around her.

    Can Faith adjust to life far away from the spotlight without turning Hope's world upside down? Can Hope share a roof with her larger-than-life sister and still hold on to normalcy and order?

    Hope & Faith
    Friday 9/8c

    Starring: Faith Ford, Kelly Ripa, Ted McGinley, Macey Cruthird, Jansen Panettiere


    Quote Originally Posted by ABC Site
    Brooklyn bad boy Rico Amonte was sliding into a life of crime. Then his policeman brother caught him in the act — and hauled him off to Southern California to set him on the straight and narrow. Two years later, Rico's a graduate of the Los Angeles Sheriff's academy — a Deputy Sheriff trainee about to hit the streets in a uniform and a badge.

    L.A.'s streets are dangerous but Rico's seen worse in New York. He can handle that part of the job. But nothing has prepared him for the relentless taunting he gets from his own department. His training officer, John Henry Barnes, is the meanest, toughest veteran on the force — and he's determined to hammer Rico into a by-the-book officer of the law, or break him in the process.

    Sunday 8/7c

    Starring: Christina Vidal, Scott William Winters, Danny Nucci, Ernie Hudson, Travis Schuldt, Alex Meneses, Miguel Sandoval
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