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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Based on the descriptions of the new shows I've seen this is my likelihood of if I'll watch.

    CHARLIE’S ANGELS NO

    ONCE UPON A TIME NO

    PAN AM YES

    REVENGE NO

    LAST MAN STANDING NO

    MAN UP NO

    SUBURGATORY NO

    UNFORGETTABLE YES

    PERSON OF INTEREST YES

    A GIFTED MAN YES

    2 BROKE GIRLS NO

    HOW TO BE A GENTLEMAN NO

    HART OF DIXIE NO

    RINGER YES

    THE SECRET CIRCLE NO

    THE X FACTOR NO

    I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER NO

    NEW GIRL NO

    ALLEN GREGORY NO

    TERRA NOVA NO

    PRIME SUSPECT YES

    THE PLAYBOY CLUB YES

    GRIMM NO

    WHITNEY NO

    UP ALL NIGHT NO!!!!!

    FREE AGENTS NO

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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Which is the show starring Maria Bello playing a tough-talking, gum-chewing, hat-wearing detective? Can't tell from the previews whether it might be any good or just another tough-talking female detective show. I like her, though.

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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    ^ Prime Suspect. It is a remake of the British show that starred Helen Mirren.
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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Looking forward to Terra Nova, Death Valley, Mad Fashion, Fashion Hunters, The Secret Circle, Grimm, One Upon a Time.
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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    ^ Prime Suspect. It is a remake of the British show that starred Helen Mirren.
    I like Mario Bello, but she's no Helen Mirren.

    I'll watch a few of the new shows, but I try not to get too attached. The ones I like always get cancelled. The networks get so "cancel happy" that I half expect to hear that a show has been cancelled before it even airs.
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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Judging by the titles of those shows and the brief preview clips I've seen of some of them already, looks like one hell of a boring upcoming TV season.
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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    ^ Prime Suspect. It is a remake of the British show that starred Helen Mirren.
    Thanks, CCL. I guess I'll watch it once or twice and give it a try. Nothing really grabs me from the list, either. I'd like to see what Suburgatory is all about. It could either be good or really really bad!

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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    I don’t normally watch scripted shows, but there are some on this list I plan on checking out at least once or twice:

    Pan Am
    The X-Factor
    The Secret Circle
    Once Upon a Time
    Grimm
    Dancing With the Stars
    New Girl (maybe….not really my thing but my family loved My Boys and it looks to be in that vibe)

    And for the first season ever, I’m skipping America’s Next Top Model.

    I’m adding some new ones on TLC that I plan on watching, I didn’t see them on the list.

    Big Hair Alaska (TLC – September 20th)
    This special goes inside a busy hair salon is Wasilla, AK, where the personalities of the owner and her staff are as big as the hairstyles they create.

    DC Cupcakes (TLC – September 28th )
    Katherine's Wedding: TLC joins Katherine Kallinis - coowner of Georgetown Cupcake bakery, featured on the series DC Cupcakes - as she plans for the sweetest day of her life: her wedding.

    Pink Pastry (TLC – November 4th)

    Enter a world where every little girl becomes a fabulous princess for the day in this new series that follows baker and party planner Tiffany Young and her team as they whip the successful Atlanta's Pink Pastry Parlor to new peaks.

    Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC – November 30th)
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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    In addition to the returning shows - Castle, NCIS:LA, Body of Proof, Harry's Law, The Mentalist, Blue Bloods, & The Good Wife, I plan to watch the debuts of Revenge, Person of Interest, & Prime Suspect. Who knows which, if any, of these shows I'll still be watching (or will still be on air!) by the holidays!

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    Re: New TV shows for Fall 2011

    There are very few of the new shows that seem interesting to me.
    Person of Interest
    Revenge
    That time travel thing with the family going waaaaay into the past.

    I'm getting really fed up with the oversaturization of promo ads for them.
    Revenge is one of them. I'm getting sick of it already.
    Another is PanAm. I thought it would be interesting untill the whole "hookers in the air" vibe of the ads. C'mon, that's degrading to the real, original stewardesses & just serves to reinforce an ugly stereotype. I have no intention of subjecting myself to that.
    The comedies just don't seem like they'll be funny either.
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