13 Must-See All New TV Shows This Fall

In Entertainment and Celebrity on September 20, 2011 at 4:44 am

With the summer days slowing fading away, you’re sure to find yourself  sitting in the corner of your couch wrapped in a snuggie and remote in hand. Instead of spending your Fall channel surfing  and looking for the perfect show to occupy your time, check out these new TV shows.  From comedy to drama to action, I’m sure one of these great shows will grab your attention.

Good Christian Belles (Midseason on ABC)

Amanda (Leslie Bibb) mother of two and onetime “mean girl”, returns to stay with her mom in Dallas after a humbling divorce, hoping to get a second chance at winning over the classmates she once tortured.

Apartment 23 (Midseason on ABC)
A bright-eyed Midwestern girl (Dreama Walker) moves to New York, where she finds herself living with her worst nightmare.
Scandal (Midseason on ABC)
Kerry Washington plays Olivia, a professional “fixer” or crisis management consultant.  The drama is based on the career of Judy Smith, who has guided such notorious public figures as Monica Lewinsky and Michael Vick in the hours of need.

Charlie’s Angels (Thursdays 8/7c, ABC)
Bases on the 1970s TV show, these new Angels (Rachael Taylor, Minka Kelly and Annie IIonzeh) live in Miami.
Grimm (Fridays 9/8c, NBC)
Inspired by the classic Grimm;s Fairy Tales, Frimm is a dark cop drama that stars David Guintoli as a homicide detective who discovers that fairy tales are coming true.
Awake (Midseason on NBC)
A police detective (Jason Issacs) wakes up after a car accident to find his life split into two very different realities- one in which his wife survives the accident and one in which his son does. 
Heart of Dixie (Mondays 9/8c, The CW)
Rachel Bison stars as a fast talking New York doctor who inherits a medical practice in a small Alabama town.
New Girl (Tuesdays 9/8c, Fox)
An unlucky-in-love elementary school teacher moves away from her boyfriend and in with three unruly guys.
Pan AM (Sundays, 10/9c, ABC)
The stewardessess and pilots of he titular airline are the stars of this sexy soap set in the Jet Age of the 1960s.
Up All Night (Wednesdays 8/7c, NBC)
An irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother , her stay-at-home husband and her outspoken mom and dad. 
Whitney ( Thursday 9:30/8:30c, NBC)
The series follows the titular character, an opinionated woman and her very supportive live-in boyfriend. Even though the two have decided that they will not commit to marriage, she does question how committed they are in their 3-year relationship and tries to go as far to prove a point; she begins to fear what she sees as “relationship boredom” and worries what will happen next that could possibly end her relationship. Because of what she sees and hears around her involving other relationships, she decides to use unconventional methods to keep the romantic flames glowing with the help of her close friends.

Are You There Vodka? It’s Me Chelsea (Midseason on NBC)
Based on Chelsea Handler’s best-selling book, Laura Prepon stars as an outspoken, sexually aggressive young woman who works in a bat, where she drinks away its profits.  Handler executive- produces and co-stars as Prepon’s stodgy older sister.
Terra Nova (Mondays 8/7c, Fox)
Jason O;Mara stars as the patriarch of a family who escapes the overpopulation of a dystopian Earth and travels through a crack on the space time continuum, which leads to a military-led camp on pre-historic Earth.

(via TV Guide)


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