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  • New 2007 Fall TV shows

    Looks like a strong Fall this year - what shows are you going to give a chance???

    So far, from what I've seen I'm going to give these a chance:

    Samantha Who? - Looks funny, Christina Applegate back in comedy
    Cane - well maybe, but it has Lost Richard and Jimmy Smits who I really like
    Reaper - looks so funny
    Pushing Daisies - looks really quirky, and interesting
    Dirty Sexy Money - looks really funny - anything Donald Sutherland is in is worth watching, but the entire cast looks really good
    Kid Nation - Lord of the Flies G-rated - I'm going to try it tho my kids want to see it - they're bumbed that they are too old to do it!
    Life - gonna give it a chance, not sure but looks like an interesting premise
    Bionic Woman - not sure, but the previews look good
    Viva Laughlin - not sure about this one either but I love Hugh Jackman!
    Journeyman - time travel - I would love to do that!!!
    Chuck - this looks soooooooooooooooo funny!
    Moonlight - vampires.....mmmmmmmmmm
    New Amstredam - more vampires....mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    A lot of new shows - I do try to give some a chance, some I fade out on after a week or two - thank goodness for DVRs!!!!

    So what do you guys think looks good????
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    Is NBC giving "Friday Night Lights" another chance this season? A very underrated show, and you don't have to be a football fan to like it.

    --Barry
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    • #3
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      So far, the only new show I'm looking forward to seeing is "Back to You" with Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton and possible "Chuck".

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        Originally posted by Radiobarry View Post
        Is NBC giving "Friday Night Lights" another chance this season? A very underrated show, and you don't have to be a football fan to like it.

        --Barry
        I think they are, BUT I'm not totally sure
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          Originally posted by PrincessY View Post
          So far, the only new show I'm looking forward to seeing is "Back to You" with Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton and possible "Chuck".
          I forgot about Back to You - that does look funny! I do try to give most a chance - I do feel this fall season is stronger than the last year
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            Bionic Woman
            I can't believe they remade this. LOL!

            Viva Laughlin
            This seems like a rip-off of the BBC's "Viva Blackpool"... sans the cheezy musical numbers.

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              Re: New 2007 Fall TV shows

              Originally posted by Radiobarry View Post
              Is NBC giving "Friday Night Lights" another chance this season? A very underrated show, and you don't have to be a football fan to like it.

              --Barry
              That is a GREAT shoW i am not a football fan but i love it!!

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              • #8
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                I'm looking forward to Journeyman...i really like the lead actors portrayal of his character in HBO's Rome, so i'm anxious to see what he does in a different role
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                  Nothing looks good so far. I hope KDOC keeps showing Wild Wild West...

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                    So far I look forward to "Pushing Daisies"- it looks creative and intriguing.


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                      Originally posted by aimster View Post
                      I can't believe they remade this. LOL!


                      This seems like a rip-off of the BBC's "Viva Blackpool"... sans the cheezy musical numbers.
                      I had no idea about the BBC version - the US tends to remake whats big across the pond - I know about a witch movie, looks like a movie of Hex (I've tried to watch that and just can't get into it)

                      What looks interesting about Bionic Woman is it's more of a superhero crime fighting type thing - and I really hope that there aren't any 'de de de deeeeeee' when she runs LOL
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                      • #12
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                        Of the bunch the one I am most looking forward to is Pushing Daisies. I first saw this as a preview at the movie theater. Have seen it there a couple of times now. Very quirky like Tim Burton movies, The Big Fish, etc. Even the music reminds me of Danny Elfman. Who knows, maybe it is his music. Director Barry Sonnenfeld did do Men In Black and Addams Family. And there is the added plus of having Kristin Chenoweth in it.

                        Here is a link to the preview and some info on the ABC site:

                        Pushing Daisies
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                        • #13
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                          Pushing Daisies is the only one that looks interesting to me so far.

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                            I'm definately watching Journeyman, but only because the guy from Rome is in it. I loved him in Rome! I'm also going to watch Viva Laughlin, but again, only because Hugh Jackman is in it. I'm just hoping the shows are as good as the actors that are in them.

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                              Viva Laughlin looks amazing. Bionic Woman looks fun. But the woman that plays her... I don't know... I want the freakin' Origins series! Kevin Smith is directing and writing one. And Reaper I so want to see that Brett Harrison do good.

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