New fall premieres glide into television

New fall premieres glide into television 

While many of us are looking forward to our returning favorite shows such as ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory,” this year promises to bring many new fall favorites.

Any typical year, there are about 20 new fall premieres, with only a small percentage of those getting renewed for a second season, and CBS is sure to have a hit with its new show titled “Mike and Molly.” It is from the creator of “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory, which are television’s two top rated comedies.

It is about two obese people, a police officer and a fourth grade teacher. They meet at an over eaters anonymous meeting, and begin dating. They prove an unlikely pair and need to convince their friends that they are right together.

This show is supposed to be a “show where the viewers care about the characters and want to continue to watch the show to see the characters grow,” according to what star Billy Gardell said in a TV Guide magazine interview. “Mike and Molly” is set to premiere Sept. 20.

NBC is using its successful “Law and Order” franchise to make a new show in the big city of Los Angeles. It promises to feature the glitz and drama aspect of Los Angeles, while remaining the same type of “Law and Order” show that we have all came to love in the past decade. “L&O LA” is set to premiere Sept. 29.

FOX, the network with the No. 1-rated show on TV: “American Idol,” is sure to have a crowd pleaser with its new comedy, “Raising Hope.” It is about a 23-year-old man who is forced to take in the baby he didn’t even know that he had, and that is sure to provide some funny moments as his family is, to say the least, not qualified in the slightest to raise a baby. “Raising Hope” premieres Tuesday, Sept. 21.

ABC’s newest drama may sound a little weird at first, but I think it will prove to be a good show. “No Ordinary Family” is about a family who develops super powers — including being able to read minds and gain super speed — while on an overseas vacation. Tune in Tuesday, Sept. 28 to find out if you’ll like it.

Premium cable network HBO will have a new show that will rival its own former classic, “The Sopranos.” The “Boardwalk Empire” is based on Nelson Johnson’s book, Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times and Corruption of Alantic City.

So there you have it: what I think will be the greatest premiering shows that each network has to offer in 2010.

ABC’s newest drama may sound a little weird at first, but I think it will prove to be a good show. 

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