Wednesday, September 11, 2013

2013 Fall TV shows I'm excited for!

One of the best things about fall is the start of new tv shows. I'm excited for this from the time the season finales go off. Here's my list of what I'm looking forward too:

1. Super Fun Night
Premieres: Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 9/8c
Created by Rebel Wilson and Conan O'Brien, the show actually refers to Friday night, not Wednesday. (Missed marketing opportunity, ABC.) That's when Kimmie (Wilson), Helen-Alice (Lauren Ash) and Marika (Liza Lapira) have their long-standing "Friday Fun Night" tradition, in which they stay at home in their pajamas. But that might all be coming to an end now that Kimmie has gotten a promotion at her law firm and is invited to a party by her co-worker Richard (Kevin Bishop). And no, your ears are not deceiving you: Wilson is doing an American accent. Crikey!

2. Trophy Wife
Premieres: Tuesday, Sep. 24 at 9/8c
Malin Akerman is Kate, a reformed party girl who marries Brad (Bradley Whitford) after meeting him at a karaoke bar. He comes with a lot of baggage though: three manipulative kids and two ex-wives (Marcia Gay Harden and Michaela Watkins) who, suffice it to say, don't approve of Kate. Shocking!

3. Lucky 7
 
Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 24, 10/9c
An adaptation of the British series The Syndicate, seven employees (Stephen Louis Grush, Matt Long, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Summer Bishil, Anastasia Phillips, Lorraine Bruce and Luis Antonio Ramos) at a Queens gas station find their lives upended when they win the lottery.
4. The Millers
 
Premieres: Thursday, Sep. 26 at 8/7c
In his third show on a third network in four years, Will Arnett plays Nathan Miller, a news reporter who makes the mistake of telling his parents Tom (Beau Bridges) and Carol (Margo Martindale) that he just got divorced. Why? Tom then decides to leave Carol, who moves in Nathan. If you like fart jokes, this is the show for you!
5. Back In The Game
 
Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 25, 8:30/7:30c
Batter up! Psych's Maggie Lawson stars as a divorced single mother and former all-star softball player who moves in with her estranged father, Terry "The Cannon" Gannon Sr. (James Caan), a beer-swilling ex-baseball player. Father and daughter reconnect when they start coaching a Little League team together. The comedy comes from Las Vegas' Mark and Robb Cullen, and also stars Ben Koldyke and Lenora Crichlow.
6. Greys Anatomy


Premieres: Thursday, Sept. 26 at 9/8c
Season 10 will pick up right where we left off. Callie will act out in the wake of Arizona's infidelity, Meredith will have to navigate being a new mother, April and Jackson will decide whether they should be together, and Cristina and Owen will have to grapple with what their latest breakup means. Expect a big occasion for the upcoming 200th episode — which hopefully won't feature Webber's funeral. "To me, the biggest thing about the 200th is realizing and seeing that our original interns have grown up and they are these very badass surgeons at this point," executive producer Shonda Rhimes says. Original cast member Sandra Oh will leave the show at the end of the season.

7. Nashville


Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 25, 10/9c
Season 2 will find Deacon struggling both with his sobriety and with fatherhood. "I don't think Deacon ever thought of himself as father material and as the season goes on we'll see him grapple with why he feels that way and whether or not he's right," creator Callie Khouri says. Rayna, on the other hand, feels "liberated" now that her secret is out and her marriage to Teddy is over. And while Juliette is still coping with her mother's death, she'll still make bad decisions. "I don't know if we'll ever see a time when [Juliette's] not screwing up something for herself," Khouri hints.

8. Big Bang Theory

Premieres Sept 26th-Leonard won't be back from the research trip when Season 7 premieres — we'll see him work on the expedition — which gives Penny and Sheldon ample time to bond, so much so that Penny doesn't go on Bernadette and Amy's girls' trip. Having overcome his selective mutism, Raj won't be able to shut up around the ladies, and we might finally meet his parents in the flesh. Though Amy and Sheldon made progress intimately via their Dungeon & Dragons avatars, their relationship will continue to move at a glacial pace. Regina King will return as the university's director of human resources.

Needless to say my DVR will be full!  What TV show's are you excited for??

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  1. I really want to see 'Super Fun Night'! I hope they bring it to Australian TV :)

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