Summer is almost over, but don’t be sad! It just means that Fall 2011-2012 Television programming will return soon! So mark your calendars and take note of when your favorite returning and new shows premiere on CBS, NBC, Fox, CW, and ABC.
Some new and highly anticipated shows to note are ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”, CW’s “Ringer” with Sarah Michelle Gellar (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), “Person of Interest” on CBS, and Fox’s “X-Factor” and “New Girl” starring Zooey Deschanel.
This year also marks the final seasons for NBC’s “Chuck”, and ABC’s “Desperate Housewives”. So what shows are you looking forward to watching? Thus far, I find ABC’s new Fall Series line-up to be the most intriguing.
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This September has some great DVD/Blu-Ray releases some of which are from the 2011 Summer Movie Season such as “X-Men: First Class”, “Thor”, and “Bridesmaids”. Also the latest season of some TV shows make their way onto DVD/Blu-Ray such as “Chuck”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Glee”, and “Castle”.
Here are some highlights:
– Chuck: The Complete Fourth Season
– Everything Must Go
– Fringe: The Complete Third Season
– The Office: Season Seven
– X-Men: First Class
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Josh Duhamel (“Transformers”) and Katherine Heigl (“Grey’s Anatomy”) star in “Life as We Know It”. Here’s a description via IMDB.com:
Two single adults become caregivers to an orphaned girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident.
“Life as We Know It” will be released in theaters on October 8, 2010. Looks like this movie will be a feel-good comedy.
As shows take their winter hiatus and/or fall finale, you may wonder when your favorite shows are returning. Keep in mind that some shows may take a mini-break for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Check out the dates below to find out when your favorite show returns:
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Grey's Anatomy stars T.R. Knight and Katherine Heigl -- Image courtesy of ABC.com
September 24, 2009, was the 2-hour season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy”. At the end of season 5, we found both Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl) and George O’Malley (T.R. Knight) gripping to life and we finally find out what has happened to them.
Click to Continue Reading: Grey’s Anatomy Season 6 Premiere Rundown
Source: Access Hollywood
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What do you get when you mix a Gary Marshall film star reunion with ABC stars both past and present? The product is “Valentine’s Day”.
Here’s a synopsis via IMDB.com:
Intertwining couples and singles in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and expectations of Valentine’s Day.
Former “Alias” stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Garner, Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, “Grey’s Anatomy” stars Patrick Dempsey and Eric Dane, and Twilight’s Taylor Lautner are just a few of the all-star cast members in this movie. Full cast list can be found on IMDB.com.
Looks like the chances of George O’Malley’s survival have been crushed. The season five finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” left us questioning if George and Izzie will survive and I hoped that both characters would survive, even with T.R. Knight’s departure from the show – now I’m saddened that the story line they were conjuring (for George) will not be seen. The idea was that we would see flashbacks of the moments leading up to George’s accident. Here is an excerpt from EW.com of what “Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes envisioned:
In this fall’s season premiere, George will succumb to the injuries he sustained after getting mowed down by that bus in last May’s finale. But that wasn’t supposed to be the last we saw of him. Says Rhimes, the episode was then going to flash back to the hours during which George was missing, from when he left the hospital to when he returned later on as a disfigured John Doe.
“I wanted to see his last day [alive] really badly,” she says. “What I thought was interesting was the idea of, we now know it’s the last day of someone’s life, [so we’re] looking at it differently than [we] would any other time.”
Click on the link below to read the full post from EW.com:
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ exclusive: The George story you’ll never see
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The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on Sunday, September 20, 2009. Neil Patrick Harris (“How I Met Your Mother”) will have hosting duties. In my opinion there were some surprise snubs. Notably missing from the nominees were America Ferrera (“Ugly Betty”), Katherine Heigl (“Grey’s Anatomy”), and Anna Paquin who won a Golden Globe for her performance in “True Blood” this year.
Kudos to “Chuck” for receiving one nomination for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for “Chuck versus The First Date” and an extra special thumbs up to “Legend of the Seeker” for receiving its first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) for its series premiere: “Prophecy”. I also hope that this is the year that either Chandra Wilson or Sandra Oh will win an Emmy for their work on “Grey’s Anatomy”.
Click to Continue: 2009 Emmy Nominations
T.R. Knight (L.) and Jessica Capshaw (R.)
T.R. Knight (Dr. George O’Malley) is out, and Jessica Capshaw (Dr. Arizona Robbins) is in. EW.com reports that T.R. Knight will not be back next season as Knight asked to be released from his contract early. Grey’s season five finale ended with cliffhanger. So with T.R. Knight leaving, what does this mean for the show?
**POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD**
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