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Postby Matt » Thu Sep 02, 2010 1:10 pm

Here are the fall premier dates:

SEPTEMBER

09/07/10 – Tuesday
Sons of Anarchy (FX) – Season Premiere

09/08/10 – Wednesday
America’s Next Top Model (CW) – Season Premiere
Hellcats (CW) – Series Premiere
Terriers (FX) – Series Premiere

09/09/10 – Thursday
Vampire Diaries (CW) – Season Premiere
Nikita (CW) – Series Premiere

09/13/10 – Monday
90210 (CW) – Season Premiere
Gossip Girl (CW) – Season Premiere

09/14/10 – Tuesday
One Tree Hill (CW) – Season Premiere
Life Unexpected (CW) – Season Premiere
Parenthood (NBC) – Season Premiere

09/15/10 – Wednesday
Survivor (CBS) – Season Premiere
Outlaw (NBC) – Series Premiere (special night)
Top Chef: Just Desserts (BRAVO) – Series Premiere

09/16/10 – Thursday
Apprentice, The (NBC) – Season Premiere
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX) – Season Premiere
League, The (FX) – Season Premiere

09/17/10 – Friday
Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) – Season Premiere

09/19/10 – Sunday
Boardwalk Empire (HBO) – Series Premiere

09/20/10 – Monday
Chuck (NBC) – Season Premiere
Dancing With the Stars (ABC) – Season Premiere
House (FOX) – Season Premiere
Castle (ABC) – Season Premiere
Lone Star (FOX) – Series Premiere
How I Met Your Mother (CBS) – Season Premiere
Rules of Engagement (CBS) – Season Premiere
Two and a Half Men (CBS) – Season Premiere
Mike and Molly (CBS) – Series Premiere
Event, The (NBC) – Series Premiere
Chase (NBC) – Series Premiere
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) – Series Premiere

09/21/10 – Tuesday
Glee (FOX) – Season Premiere
Raising Hope (FOX) – Series Premiere
Running Wilde (FOX) – Series Premiere
Detroit 187 (FOX) – Series Premiere
Biggest Loser (NBC) – Season Premiere
NCIS (CBS) – Season Premiere
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) – Season Premiere

09/22/10 – Wednesday
Hell’s Kitchen (FOX) – Season Premiere
Middle, The (ABC) – Season Premiere
Modern Family (ABC) – Season Premiere
Cougar Town (ABC) – Season Premiere
Better With You (ABC) – Series Premiere
Whole Truth, The (ABC) – Series Premiere
Undercovers (NBC) - Series Premiere
Criminal Minds (CBS) – Season Premiere
Law & Order: SVU (NBC) –Season Premiere
Defenders, The (CBS) – Series Premiere

09/23/10 - Thursday
Bones (FOX) – Season Premiere
Fringe (FOX) – Season Premiere
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) – Season Premiere
Private Practice (ABC) – Season Premiere
My Generation (ABC) – Series Premiere
Big Bang Theory (CBS) – Season Premiere
Bleep My Dad Says (CBS) – Season Premiere
C.S.I. (CBS) – Season Premiere
Mentalist, The (CBS) – Season Premiere
Community (NBC) – Season Premiere
30 Rock (NBC) – Season Premiere
Office, The (NBC) – Season Premiere
Outsourced (NBC) – Season Premiere

09/24/10 – Friday
Smallville (CW) – Season Premiere
Supernatural (CW) – Season Premiere
Medium (CBS) – Season Premiere
CSI: NY (CBS) – Season Premiere
Blue Bloods (CBS) – Series Premiere

09/25/10 – Saturday
Saturday Night Live (NBC) – Season Premiere

09/26/10 – Sunday
Desperate Housewives (ABC) – Season Premiere
Dexter (SHOWTIME) – Season Premiere
Amazing Race (CBS) – Season Premiere
Undercover Boss (CBS) – Season Premiere
Simpsons (FOX) – Season Premiere
Cleveland Show (FOX) – Season Premiere
Family Guy (FOX) – Season Premiere
Brothers & Sisters (ABC) – Season Premiere
Eastbound & Down (HBO) – Season Premiere
Bored to Death (HBO) – Season Premiere
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC) – Season Premiere
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) – Season Premiere
60 Minutes (CBS) – Season Premiere

09/28/10 – Tuesday
No Ordinary Family (ABC) – Series Premiere
Good Wife, The (CBS) – Season Premiere
Stargate Universe (SYFY) – Season Premiere
Sanctuary (SYFY) – Season Premiere
09/29/10 - Wednesday
Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC) – Series Premiere


OCTOBER

10/01/10 – Friday
Human Target (FOX) – Season Premiere

10/03/10 – Sunday
American Dad (FOX) – Season Premiere
CSI: Miami (CBS) – Season Premiere
Next Iron Chef (FOOD) – Season Premiere

10/04/10 – Monday
Real Housewives of Atlanta (BRAVO) – Season Premiere

10/06/10 – Wednesday
South Park (COMEDY) – Season Premiere
Ugly Americans (COMEDY) – Fall premiere

10/15/10 – Friday
School Pride (NBC) – Series Premiere

10/27/10 – Wednesday
Friday Night Lights (DIRECTV) – Season Premiere

10/31/10 – Sunday
Walking Dead, The (AMC) – Series Premiere


NOVEMBER

11/10/10 – Wednesday
Lie to Me (FOX) – Season Premiere
Psych (USA) – Fall Season Premiere

11/10/10 – Thursday
Burn Notice (USA) – Fall Season Premiere

11/29/10 – Monday
Closer, The (TNT) – Winter Premiere
Men of a Certain Age (TNT) – Season Premiere
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby Matt » Thu Sep 02, 2010 1:11 pm

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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby hobkyl » Thu Sep 02, 2010 8:58 pm

Only new show coming out that I am aware of and anticipating is Detroit 187. Chrissy from The Sopranos is in it and I'm a sucker for cop dramas.

Returning shows...
The Office...although not sure if ill like it without Michael.
Hells Kitchen...love Ramsys antics...."you donkey!"
Lie to me....love Cal and his antics.
Of course Foxs animation domination...giggidy.

Really looking forward to winter premieres at least I think? Of....

Breaking Bad
Southland
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby Matt » Fri Sep 03, 2010 9:19 am

Animation Domination and the Office are what I look forward to.
30 Rock lost me last season.
Modern Family won me over.
Beavis and Butthead is supposed to return, and I certainly will check that out when it does.
Also, eagerly awaiting Curb Your Enthusiasm's next season.
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby Matt » Fri Sep 24, 2010 8:04 pm

Love Judge Judy!!!
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby Kelly » Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:34 pm

Thursday night's the only night I pay attention to TV. Sorta lost track of The Office toward the end of last season - but trying to figure it out again. I think Outsourced is pretty fun - how can you not like a show where one of the characters is named Manmeet!?

.....and ah.....The Apprentice is interesting this season because all of Trump's contestants are educated but unemployed. I also get a kick out of the 2 Trump childrens' poker faces in the board room. :roll:
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby HaloGirl » Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:27 am

Kelly wrote:.....and ah.....The Apprentice is interesting this season because all of Trump's contestants are educated but unemployed.

I didn't set out to watch The Apprentice this season but got sucked into it. I've been surprised at how vicious the women have been with each other - even when they win. :beatbat:
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby George » Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:42 pm

Still a big fan of Modern Family and Big Bang Theory. I like the absurdity of 30 Rock and I'm warming up to Outsourced. I used to love The Office, but for some reason I'm not laughing out loud like I used to.

All these CSI-type shows just creep me out. When I want to escape from reality, I want to be amused, not disturbed. Same with reality shows. I deal with enough interpersonal drama during the day, the last thing I want to do is watch more at night.

God in America on PBS was fascinating.
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby hobkyl » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:07 pm

All the shows I anticipated are just as I had expected them to be.

Detroit 187 is ok...not as gripping as I thought it may have been. Strange to see "Chrissy" playing the other side.

Animation Domination is always good. Although I have been opting for other shows and saving them on DVR this fall...maybe this weekend I can do an animation marathon.

I agree with The Office opinions...I'm just not getting it this season.

Chopped, and Flipping Out are new ones for me that I am enjoying.

Hells Kitchen and Lie to Me are great and keep me looking forward to the next one each week.
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Re: TV Talk - Fall 2010

Postby Matt » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:11 pm

I like "Outsourced" because it is different, but there is no way American audiences will support that show.
The Office is loosing me. Pam is starting to get on my nerves.
The Cleveland Show's "Live" stunt was horrible and annoying.
Man Vs Food is great still and they even covered Syracuse a few weeks ago... when Rochester?
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