It is that time again. The time when the shows that have been on hiatus for the summer return for the Fall TV Season. The Fall 2010 TV Season promises to me interesting and a variety for those who love to watch TV. We have comedy, drama, adventure, some science fiction, and so much more. Last season, some promising TV Shows were given the ax while others, which should have been given the ax were not. So, for this TV season of 2010, we are given a slew of shows that may or may not make it, but quite a few do hold some promise. The following is a list of some of the returning and new shows that are premiering that I like and may like.
Mondays: Castle, Hawaii Five-O, The Event
1. Castle – Castle returns for its 3rd season and promises to be another interesting and entertaining season. Last season, we saw Beckett and Castle get closer, only to have him leave for the summer to write his book with editor and ex-wife. I wonder what will happen this season with these two? Airs on ABC at 10 pm eastern starting September 20, 2010.
2. Hawaii Five-O is a new show that has been remade from a show from many years ago. Alex O’Loughlin returns to the TV screen after last seasons axed TV show, Three Rivers. Hopefully, this season, with a strong show like Hawaii Five-O and an even stronger cast, this show will last and Alex O’ won’t be thought of as a curse with three shows down the tubes. Airs on CBS at 10 PM eastern, starting September 20, 2010.
3. The Event – The Event is a new show that holds a fascination to me. All summer long, NBC has aired promos of this show, making you eager to find out what this show is all about. Now that we are getting closer to the premier, they are airing more and more promos for the series and it still holds some fascination. The promos don’t tell you much what is going on, but as time goes on, you can get some idea about what it is about. It looks like to me the show is about a global conspiracy, but that is so far, all I can see. I may or may not watch it since Dancing With the Stars also returns this day. The Event airs on NBC at 9 pm eastern.
Tuesdays: NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Glee, No Ordinary Family
4. NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles returns to its regular time slot with more than likely more action, more deaths, and so much more. NCIS has lasted a long time, but every time you watch this show, it gets more entertaining and intriguing to watch. As does NCIS: Los Angeles.
5. Glee also returns to the lineup for its second season. Glee has basically become a phenomenon and has been enjoyed by many. It will be a toss up to what I chose to watch this season on this day. NCIS and NCIS: LA air on CBS at 8 and 9 pm eastern, while Glee airs on FOX at 8 pm eastern.
6. No Ordinary Family – No Ordinary Family is about an ordinary family who has extraordinary abilities suddenly thrust upon them. They have a plane crash in the Amazon River and they soon realize that have abilities beyond anything they have ever encountered before. As they get used to their powers, they also have to figure it all out as a family. Airs on ABC at 8 pm eastern on September 28, 2010.
Wednesdays : Lie to Me, Undercovers, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit & Law & Order: Los Angeles
7. Lie to Me returns in November for its third season and from what I have seen and read, Lightman is going to separate himself from The FBI after what happened in the season finale. This show keeps on intriguing me and I keep finding myself watching to see how he goes about finding out how people are lying. Lie to Me airs on FOX at 8 pm eastern.
8. Undercovers – One of the promising new shows to air this season. This show is about a married couple who work for the government undercover. Unlike the movie, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who did not know until late into the movie that they were both spies, these two know about each other. This show shows promise because of the way they go about doing this show. Airs on NBC at 8 pm starting September 22, 2010.
9. Law & Order: SVU returns and a new show premiers, which is Law & Order: Los Angeles. I am sure Law & Order: Los Angeles will be just as good as its predecessor. It will follow the same way that the original Law &Order did, just in Los Angeles instead. Law & Order: SVU returns Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 9pm, which Law & Order: LA premiers September 29, 2010 at 10 pm.
Thursdays: Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Private Practice, and The Mentalist
Nothing real new in this time slot that I watch, just the ones that I remain loyal to and enjoy watching. Grey’s Anatomy will be recovering from what happened last season with the shooter that killed half the staff at the hospital. Private Practice will be most likely grieving for their fallen colleague after he died. CSI will still be doing their best to catch the killers that have been haunting them and Patrick Jayne of The Mentalist will be still be hunting Red John and getting himself into trouble as he helps on cases.
Fridays: Smallville, CSI: New York, Blue Bloods
Smallville returns after an electrifying season finale, where we saw Clark Kent falling to his apparent doom after getting rid of the tyrant ZOD. This is the final season, at least that is what we have been told, and it is sure to be just as entertaining and intriguing as the past seasons. Hopefully, before this show ends, we get to see him become Superman. CSI: New York also returns on a new night and time, 9 pm eastern time. Blue Bloods is a new show that is sure to be a winner, since it has Tom Selleck in the cast. Blue Bloods is about a family for many generations who have been police officers. This show looks promising and I am sure, since Tom Selleck is starring, will make it. I know I will watch it. Blue Bloods airs at 10 pm on September 24, 2010.
Sundays: Undercover Boss, Brothers and Sisters
Undercover Boss returns for a second season on CBS on September 26, 2010 at 9pm. This show is interesting to watch since we have the bosses of various organizations going undercover to find out what is going on behind the scenes that he does not have knowledge of. I enjoy watching this show, not just because the bosses do all the hard stuff undercover, but to see the reactions of what is going on and what he does to solve them. Brothersand Sisters returns to ABC at 10 PM. We get to see what happened to the family after the horrendous accident that took the life of one of their own. I hear that the show will pick up a year after the crash, which should be interesting.
These are just some of the shows that will be either premiering or returning to the TV canvas this new Fall 2010 TV Season. I just put down the shows that I enjoy watching or am interested in instead of the shows that will be airing and premiering that I have no interest in. It is sure to be an interesting TV Season to come.