Sunday, September 11, 2011

Fall TV Preview - Thursday

Charlie's Angels
Grey's Anatomy
Private Practice

The Big Bang Theory
How to Be a Gentleman
Person of Interest
The Mentalist

Parks & Recreation
The Office
Prime Suspect

The X-Factor

The Vampire Diaries
The Secret Circle

New Shows:

CHARLIE'S ANGELS (ABC) - Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh are the three new Angels for this reboot.

HOW TO BE A GENTLEMAN (CBS) - David Hornsby plays the etiquette columnist for a genteel man's magazine that suddenly gets a Maxim-like makeover, so his new roommate (Kevin Dillon) offers to teach him how to be a guy.

PERSON OF INTEREST (CBS) - Lost's Michael Emerson plays a billionaire who invented a survelliance system for the US government, but now on his own he uses it to predict and track down possible criminal acts before they happen, with the help of Jim Caviezel and Taraji P. Henson.

WHITNEY (NBC) - Stand-up comeidienne Whitney Cummings gets her own sitcom, based on her stand-up.

PRIME SUSPECT (NBC) - Maria Bello stars in this rework fo the UK hit (that starred Helen Mirren). She's a homicide detective fighting to earn the respect of her male co-workers in New York City. Aidan Quinn and Brian F. O'Byrne co-star.

THE SECRET CIRCLE (CW) - Picture Vampire Diaries, except it's about witches.


Person of Interest is getting rave reviews and has been given CSI's old timeslot, a sign CBS has a lot of faith in this show. How to Be A Gentleman has the same threshold of the cancelled $%&! My Dad Says. be funny, and ratings will come. Otherwise... I expect Charlie's Angels to tank, and Whitney, which'll get replaced by 30 Rock at midseason.

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