Ten New TV Shows To Watch This Fall
The fall TV season has com, which means that there are a lot of new shows for your attention over the next few months. But I’ve to say that this fall the shows are a kinda boring. Comedy is especially dull, but the dramas are so tedios too. But tastes differ, so I hope you’ll find something worthy among these 10 shows.
Fall 2012 TV shows
Carrie Diaries star AnnaSophia Robb said:
I know everyone’s going to compare it to Sex and the City, but we’re never going to be that. The show is more for my generation, but it’s set in the ’80s, so it’s fun.”
The Mindy Project
Mindy Kaling says of transitioning from an Office supporting player to leading lady on The Mindy Project:
This is probably one of the silliest things, but my mouth gets tired. There are so many lines!”
Mindy will play a single physician struggling to juggle her personal and professional life. (Sept. 25, FOX)
Friday Night Lights and American Horror Story alum Connie Britton stars as country music legend Rayna James on ABC‘s new series, which finds her developing a rivalry with the up-and-coming singer with whom she tours, Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere.) (Oct. 10, ABC)
ER veteran Anthony Edwards returns to TV midseason as the editor of a skeptics magazine who gets tangled up in a bizarre conspiracy. Real World alum Jacinda Barrett, Carmen Ejogo and Michael Nyqvist costar. (TBD, ABC)
Guys With Kids
Jimmy Fallon executive produces this Anthony Anderson, Jesse Bradford and Zach Cregger-fronted ensemble comedy about 30-something dads who struggle with first-time parenthood. (Sept. 26, NBC)
Law & Order‘s Dick Wolf ditches crime fighters for firefighters in NBC‘s procedural about the men of Firehouse 51, including hunky Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and others. (Oct. 10, NBC)
Matthew Perry returns to his former Friends network as sportscaster Ryan King. Costarring Laura Bernati and Suzy Nakamura, the comedy chronicles King’s attempt to move on with the help of his friends – and mandatory group therapy sessions – after his wife’s death. (Sept. 11, NBC)
666 Park Avenue
Dave Annable, Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams make this creepy adaptation of Gabrielle Pierce’s book series shine. In the supernatural drama, Henry and Jane appear as a Midwestern couple hired to manage a ritzy NYC apartment building that houses residents who’ve all made deals with The Devil. (Sept. 30, ABC)
Stephen Amell pulls double duty on CW‘s new series as Queen (aka the Green Arrow from the DC Comics series), a billionaire playboy-turned-vigilante who tries to clear his family’s name after surviving a boating accident that killed his father. (Oct. 10, CW)
Lifelong friends Louis (Michael Urie) and Joe (David Krumholtz) find their bromance tested when Joe gets engaged and Louis settles into a longterm relationship in this ensemble comedy from Will & Grace masterminds David Kohan and Max Mutchnick. (Sept. 24, CBS)
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