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MONDAY

8:00pm

8:30pm

9:00pm

  • Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
  • 2 Broke Girls (CBS)
  • Gossip Girl (CW)
    Gossip Girl is back for another season, but what's going to happen to our favorite Upper East Siders in this final run? Check out the premiere of Season 6 now and leave your reactions here! XOXO.
  • The Mob Doctor (Fox)
    Likable Jordana Spiro from "My Boys" is back in action as a shady doctor-for-hire affiliated with the mob. For the actress, it's all about "shades of grey" and "human desire and seduction to a darkness or power or to adrenaline" that's so compelling in The Mob Doctor.
  • The Voice (NBC)

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10:00pm

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  • Revolution (NBC)
    What's more buzzy than J.J Abrams with a big mystery and strange concept? Quotes IGN: "The show has quite a geek dream team pedigree, coming from executive producer J.J. Abrams, directed by Iron Man director Jon Favreau and created and written by Eric Kripke, the creator of Supernatural." Watch the pilot episode right here and read up on all the details.


TUESDAY

8:00pm

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9:00pm

  • Happy Endings (ABC)
  • Emily Owens, M.D. (CW)Startwikibutton 02
    Hospital procedurals are a dime a dozen, but don't count Emily Owens, M.D out just yet. If you're tired of impossibly attractive doctors, or cast in general, Buzzsugar says "Gummer is delightfully awkward to watch and feels like a breath of fresh air on a network that includes effortlessly put-together characters on shows like Gossip Girl and 90210."
  • New Girl (Fox)
  • Go On (NBC)
    If you rooted for Chandler Bing to get back on the TV saddle, undoubtedly Go On will call out to you. LA Times agrees with us: And we're rooting for him still, with the premiere of his new comedy, NBC's "Go On," which reunites him with "Friends" writer Scott Silveri to chronicle a sports radio host who reluctantly enters a support group after the tragic death of his wife.
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

9:30pm

  • Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (ABC)
  • Raising Hope (Fox)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
  • Emily Owens, M.D. (CW)Startwikibutton 02
  • The Mindy Project (Fox)
    Critics such as TV Line and Huffington Post are lauding The Mindy Project as "one of the best new comedies to be sampled with quirky Mindy Kaling as a comedic gem.
  • The New Normal (NBC)
    Ryan Murphy's got his hand in every TV pot these days with strong characters that leave their marks. The New Normal is no different with a solid cast: "Ellen Barkin is the strongest link as Goldie's brazenly intolerant grandmother, while Bartha and Rannells (hot off his gig on Girls) mesh as the fathers-to-be," according to BuzzSugar.

10:00pm

  • Private Practice (ABC)
  • Vegas (CBS)
    Retro is so in, and Vegas is this year's hot offering. With cast members that "know crime" and a "Mad Men-esque" take on cops and robbers, "Quaid is always charismatic [while] Chiklis is also perfectly cast as a tough Chicago mobster," says BuzzSugar.
  • Parenthood (NBC)


WEDNESDAY

8:00pm

  • The Middle (ABC)
  • Arrow (CW)
    With the gap that Smallville left in The CW's schedule, it's high time the network came out with a new superhero drama in DC's Green Arrow. So far the fan reactions have been intense: At Comic-Con the fans "pretty much loved it. The crowd not only applauded at the end of the episode, they applauded following a particularly intense fight scene." Check out our preview of the show and let us know if you'll be watching.
  • Survivor (CBS)
  • The X-Factor (Fox)

8:30pm

9:00pm

9:30pm

10:00pm

  • American Horror Story (FX)
    You may not know this, but the second season of AHS is an all new story with all new characters, completely unrelated from the first season. Many of the old cast members have returned for the "Asylum" season, but they will be playing new characters. Check out the previews and learn more about the anthological direction of the show on our look at Season 2. If you saw the premiere, share your review!
  • Nashville (ABC)
    Every network wants a piece of musicals. Critics like BuzzSugar are praising the veteran acting of Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere, while "the tension between the two is fun to watch. The music is also woven in pretty seamlessly."
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS)
  • Chicago Fire (NBC)
    Dick Wolf, the mastermind behind the Law and Order franchise, is behind Chicago Fire, a new procedural about firefighters, and the Wiki needs an admin! Check out our preparation guide, join the "Fireside Chat" to discuss the show while it airs, and give us your reviews of the pilot episode!


THURSDAY

8:00pm

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10:00pm

  • Scandal (ABC)
    In the scandalous world of Washington politics...dirty laundry always seems to get out. And in the premiere for Season 2, a lot of dirty laundry is about to explode into the open! Tell us what you thought about the premiere here!
  • Elementary (CBS)
    With Sherlock Holmes a hot new property in the entertainment sphere, CBS takes it up a notch by casting Lucy Liu as Watson. TV Line says, "There’s no mystery here — Elementary is poised to be another hit for CBS with Sherlock Holmes branding but icing on the cake (or cream on the trifle)."
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX)
    Is "The Gang" the most clinically insane group of characters ever assembled on television? Probably. "Sunny" is now entering its 8th season, and if you don't find it funny, I feel sorry for you. Check out what's in store for the new season and share your review of the premiere episode!


FRIDAY

8:00pm

8:30pm

9:00pm

  • Nikita (CW)
    This dangerous, butt kicking agent is back on TV with Season Three! Did you watch the premiere, "3.0"? Check out our reactions to the episode and share with other users what you thought!
  • Fringe (Fox)
    Fringe is back with a vengeance and the premiere for Season 5 was pretty amazing! Leave your thoughts and reactions about the premiere here, and see what other people thought too! If you're new to the show and don't really know what's going on, check out our Season 5 guide!
  • Grimm (NBC)

10:00pm


SATURDAY

8:00pm


SUNDAY

8:00pm

8:30pm

9:00pm

  • Revenge (ABC)
    Emily is back for more revenge in this juicy Upper East Side drama! Are Charlotte and Victoria gone for good? Decide what will/should happen in Season 2 of Revenge here!
  • The Good Wife (CBS)
  • Family Guy (Fox)
    Take a look at the 11th season of Seth MacFarlane's mind-blowing cartoon, and if you already saw the premiere episode, where the Griffins attempt to climb Mount Everest, share your reviews here.
  • Dexter (Showtime)
    Season 7 of Dexter will be a game-changer for sure. Now that a certain someone knows of Dexter's secret, what will happen? Guess away in our prediction blog! Meanwhile, join our live chat party with other diehard Dexter fans!
  • Homeland (Showtime)
    The close-to-home thriller drama Homeland returns for a second season! With a time jump and our heroine under more pressure than before, Homeland promises to be just as intense as the first season. What do you think will happen? Take your best shot here, and if you watched the premiere, tell us what you thought!

9:30pm

  • American Dad (Fox)
    What's Fox's most dysfunctional family up to these days? Can you predict the political hijinks of Season 8? Take your best guesses here!

10:00pm


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