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It’s a big week for season premieres. You might be able to watch all of them if you decide to not do anything else with your life, but if you plan to do other things, here’s a breakdown to help yourself choose which TV shows to watch.
MONDAY (Sept. 24)
Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars (7 p.m. on ABC)
15 seasons of the same show can bore even the most dedicated viewer, so it’s understandable that Dancing with the Stars would need to shake things up. In this special season, the show has an impressive cast from Apolo Ohno and 2006 DWTS champion Emmitt Smith to Bristol Palin and *NSYNC’s very own Joey Fatone. It should be an interesting and fun season to watch.
Also on Monday:
- How I Met Your Mother (7 p.m. on CBS)
- Partners (7:30 p.m. on CBS)
- 2 Broke Girls (8 p.m. on CBS)
- Mike & Molly (8:30 p.m. on CBS)
- Castle (9 p.m. on ABC)
- Hawaii Five-0 (9 p.m. on CBS)
TUESDAY (Sept. 25)
New Girl (7 p.m. on Fox)
‘Adorkable’ Jess, and her three roommates are back for more awkward comedic moments. The season premiere opens with a guest-star frenzy including Josh Gad (Love and Other Drugs) and David Walton (Fired Up!). Expect more laughs and more Zooey Deschanel being quirky and lovable.
Also on Tuesday:
- NCIS (7 p.m. on CBS)
- Ben and Kate (7:30 on Fox)
- NCIS: Los Angeles (8 p.m. on CBS)
- The Mindy Project (8:30 p.m. on Fox)
- Private Practice (9 p.m. on ABC)
- Vegas (9 p.m. on CBS)
WEDNESDAY (Sept. 26)
Modern Family (8 p.m. on ABC)
It’s hard to believe this hilarious show is already in its fourth season. In the season premiere, Phil and Jay are going fishing. If you know anything about their vastly different personalities, you’re probably already laughing at the comedic potential in that situation. Also, Gloria has a big announcement, but she’s not sure how to tell everyone. Hopefully this preview is just vague enough to make you watch.
Also on Wednesday:
- The Middle (7 p.m. on ABC)
- Animal Practice (7 p.m. on NBC)
- Guys With Kids (7:30 p.m. on NBC)
- Criminal Minds (8 p.m. on CBS)
- Law & Order: SVU (8 p.m. on NBC)
- The Neighbors (9 p.m. on ABC)
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (9 p.m. on CBS)
THURSDAY (Sept. 27)
Person of Interest (8 p.m. on CBS)
In this show, a group of vigilantes work together to prevent violent crimes and save lives with the help of a sophisticated surveillance system. In the season premiere, the person they are saving is Mr. Finch (Michael Emerson), the creator of the surveillance technology. Also, something screwy is going on with that super-smart computer, and I want to know what it is.
Also on Thursday:
- Last Resort (7 p.m. on ABC)
- The Big Bang Theory (7 p.m. on CBS)
- Two and a Half Men (7:30 p.m.)
- Grey’s Anatomy (8 p.m. on ABC)
- Scandal (9 p.m. on ABC)
- Elementary (9 p.m. on CBS)
FRIDAY (Sept. 28)
Grimm (8 p.m. on NBC)
In this show, a homicide detective named Nick (David Giuntoli) is part of a group of criminal profilers called the Grimms. The Grimms can see creepy Grimm’s Fairy Tales villains, such as evil witches and the Big Bad Wolf, who are in disguise as regular people. In the season premiere, Nick and his wolfish friend, Monroe, are heading to a church to uncover its dark secrets.
Also on Friday:
- CSI: NY (7 p.m. on CBS)
- Made in Jersey (8 p.m. on CBS)
- Fringe (8 p.m. on Fox)
- Blue Bloods (9 p.m. on CBS)
Choose your picks wisely. There’s a lot of good TV going on. Also, for more previews, check out my other blog post about TV season premieres in September.
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