Must See Upcoming Fall Shows

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It is time to watch your favorite television shows. Anticipated questions will finally be answered: Will the relationship between House and Cuddy work out? When will Clark finally become Superman?

This is the must have knowledge for the upcoming shows for the fall.

Exercise those vocal chords, because “Glee” premieres Tuesday Sept. 21, 8 p.m. on Fox. This upcoming season will be filled with unsuspecting relationships, break-ups, drama and great musical homages. There will even be an Britney Spears episode.

Make sure to keep your appointment with Dr. Gregory House on Monday Sept. 20, 8 p.m. on Fox. There will plenty of House-isms and complicated cases as usual. More importantly, House and Cuddy’s new relationship should be very interesting.

Time to kick some badge. “The Good Guys” will air on Friday Sept. 3 at 9 p.m. on Fox. “The Good Guys” is a new action comedy about a collision of an old-school cop (Bradley Whitford) and a modern-day detective (Colin Hanks) who expose the big picture in a small crime. This series, different from the usual police procedural, examines crimes from irreverent angles, employing non-linear storytelling and revealing the good side of some typically bad guys.

Do you have a serious case of the Mondays? If you do, “The Office” will air Thursday Sept. 23, 9 p.m.on NBC. Enjoy this season, because Steve Carell is leaving the show May 2011. Don’t worry Office fans, the show will go on.

“No more Mr. Nice Spy.” “Chuck” returns Monday Sept. 20, 8 p.m. on NBC. According to co-creator Chris Fedak, Chuck will start a new secret life all by himself as a rogue operative. The search for his mom, and why she left all those years ago, will become the mythic heart of the show.

From ordinary to extraordinary ABC’s “No Ordinary Family” is about the Powells, a family who mysteriously gains unique and distinct superpowers after their family vacation goes terribly wrong. “No Ordinary Family” premieres Tuesday Sept. 28, 8 p.m.

ABC’s new reality show, “Secret Millionaire,” follows undercover millionaires who live and volunteer in some of the most impoverished and dangerous communities in America. These rich folks learn to put their money where their mouth is. “Secret Millionaire” airs this fall on Friday 8 p.m..

If you love fashion, photo shoots, crazy challenges and the cat walk, “America’s Next Top Model” will premiere Wednesday Sept. 8, 8/7c on the CW. On Sept. 15, week two of the series, will be a photo shoot that deals with beauty, body image and bullying. In this particular episode, the girls will express their insecurities in a big way. Can you believe this will be cycle 15?

“90210” will air on Monday Sept. 13, 8 p.m. on the CW. In the upcoming third season, the West Beverly kids enter their senior year of high school. It’s the time for college acceptances and lovers’ rejections, the time of prom dates and promises betrayed, the time of spring break, break-ups and make-ups. Since all of this occurs in Beverly Hills, it all happens in a world of sun and fun, palm trees, success and excess.

“Gossip Girl” will air on Monday Sept. 13, 9 p.m. on the CW. The fourth season starts off with Serena
(Blake Lively) and Blair (Leighton Meester) enjoying their summer in Paris until Chuck (Ed Westwick) mysteriously arrives in town with a new girlfriend and a new identity. Even though Blair swore off Chuck forever, will this changed man woo Blair into having a change of heart? You will just have to watch and see, XOXO.

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No it’s Superman! After nine heroic seasons, “Smallville” will broadcast its final season Friday Sept. 24, 8 p.m. on the CW. Expect to see Clark (Tom Welling) close in on his destiny of becoming Superman and the reuniting of the timeless romance between Clark and Lois (Erica Durance).

Bazinga! “The Big Bang Theory” will air on Thursday Sept. 23, 8 p.m. on CBS. This comedy is about two brilliant physicists, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), who try to solve the mysteries of the universe. None of their genius helps them interact with people, especially women.

Whether you enjoy comedy, action or drama, this fall will be filled with a lot of entertainment.

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