All the new TV shows to premier in the Fall 2010 television season.
Mike & Molly premiering Monday, September 20th (9:30pm) CBS:
The series, set in Chicago, follows two overweight people — Mike Biggs, a police officer who wants to shed some pounds, and Molly Flynn, a fourth-grade teacher who wants to embrace her curves — who meet at an Overeaters Anonymous group and become an unlikely pair.
Hawaii Five-O premiering Monday, September 20th(10:00pm) CBS:
The show originally aired for twelve seasons from 1968 to 1980, and continued in reruns. The show featured a fictional state police unit run by Detective Steve McGarrett, played by actor Jack Lord.
LoneStar premiering Monday, September 20th (9:00pm) Fox Network:
Robert Allen (James Wolk) is a Texas con-man who leads a secret double life. As “Bob”, he is married to Cat and living in Houston while working for his oil-tycoon father-in-law. Four hundred miles away, he is “Robert” in a second life with girlfriend Lindsey. As he schemes to take control of the oil business, he must fight to keep his web of lies from falling apart, while torn between the love of two women.
The Event premiering Monday, September 20th (9:00pm) NBC:
“The Event” follows Sean Walker (Jason Ritter), a man who, while investigating the mysterious disappearance of his fiancée, ends up unraveling the biggest cover-up in U.S. history; a cover-up which shapes the very core of mankind as a whole, whose implications are life changing.
Chase premiering Monday, September 20th (10:00pm) NBC:
Chase revolves around Annie Frost (Kelli Giddish), a U.S. Marshal deputy, and her high-priority fugitive-apprehension team that trace down dangerous criminals in South Texas.
No Ordinary Family premiering Tuesday, September 28th(8:00pm) ABC:
The show centers on the Powell family, a typical American family, whose members gain special abilities after their plane crash lands into the Amazon River.
Detriot 1-8-7 premiering Tuesday, September 21st (10:00pm) ABC:
The series stars Michael Imperioli as Detective Louis Fitch, a respected while deeply misunderstood man fighting crime on the streets of Detroit.
Raising Hope premiering Tuesday, September 21st (9:00pm) Fox Network:
A 23-year-old must raise his infant daughter, conceived by a one-night stand, with the help of his flawed family after the baby’s mother is sent to jail.
Running Wilde premiering Tuesday, September 21st (9:30pm) Fox Network:
From the Emmy Award-winning creator and the star of the critically acclaimed FOX series “Arrested Development” comes “Running Wilde”, a romantic comedy starring Will Arnett as Steve Wilde, a filthy-rich, immature playboy trying desperately to win (or buy) the heart of his childhood sweetheart, Emmy Kadubic (Keri Russell, “Waitress,” “Felicity”), the uber-liberal humanitarian who got away – all told through the perspective of a 12-year-old girl.
Better with You premiering Wednesday, September 22st (8:30pm) ABC:
The series revolves around three different relationships that are tightly intertwined in one family, as it follows a couple, Maddie and Ben, who had been dating for nine years and are happy despite not taking the next step, marriage. Maddie’s life is thrown for a loop when her younger sister Mia announces that she is pregnant and is about to marry Casey, a guy that she has only known for seven weeks. To make matters worse, Maddie is stunned that their parents, who’ve been married for 35 years and have their issues, approve of the union, leaving Maddie and Ben questioning themselves about their own relationship.
The Whole Truth premiering Wednesday, September 22st (10:00pm) ABC:
The show, which stars Rob Morrow and Maura Tierney, chronicles legal cases from the points of view of both the prosecution and the defense; it is set in New York City and shot in Los Angeles.
Hellcats premiering Wednesday, September 8st (9:00pm) CW:
“Hellcats” revolves around Marti, a pre-law college student at Lancer College in Memphis, Tennessee who comes from the wrong side of the tracks. When budget cutbacks and her mother’s constant carelessness cause her to lose her scholarship, she looks for a new scholarship. She overhears that one of the cheerleaders has become injured and a place on the team is avaliable. She hates cheerleading but upon hearing that the new member would get a scholarship she uses her dancing skills from high school to try out. She makes the Hellcats, the college’s competitive cheerleading team.
Undercovers premiering Wednesday, September 22st (8:00pm) NBC:
Years into their retirement, a husband and wife team are re-activated as CIA agents.
Law & Order: Los Angeles premiering Wednesday, September 29st (10:00pm) NBC:
An American police procedural-legal television drama series set in Los Angeles, where it is being produced. Created and produced by Dick Wolf and developed by Blake Masters.
My Generation premiering Thursday, September 23rd (8:00pm) ABC:
The series follows an eclectic group of young adults whose lives were being filmed for a documentary just before their graduation from Greenbelt High School in Austin, Texas in 2000. The group includes the Overachiever, the Beauty Queen, the Nerd, the Punk, the Jock, the Brain, the Rich Kid, and the Rebel. Their hopes and dreams for the future were recorded, and as they meet up ten years later, they realize that things don’t always go as planned. The series is set in present-day with flashbacks to the past.
$#*! My Dad Says premiering Thursday, September 23rd (8:30pm) CBS:
Ed is a very opinionated 72-year-old who has been divorced three times. His two adult sons, Henry and Vince, are accustomed to his unsolicited and often politically incorrect rants. When Henry, a struggling writer and blogger, can no longer afford his rent, he is forced to move back in with Ed, which creates new issues in their tricky father-son relationship.
Nikita premiering Thursday, September 9th (9:00pm) CW:
The story centers on a secret organization known as Division. Targeting young people from a troubled background, Division erases all evidence of their past lives and molds them into efficient spies and assassins. Nikita is the first recruit to escape and promises to bring down her former employers. Having trained Nikita, Michael is ordered by Division boss Percy to deal with his former student. In the meantime, Division continues training its recruits, Thom, Jaden, and the newest, Alex.
Outsourced premiering Thursday, September 23rd (9:30pm) NBC:
“Outsourced” is set in a Mumbai, India, call center, where an American novelties company has recently outsourced its order processing. A lone American manages the call center and must explain American popular culture to his employees as he comes to understand Indian culture.
Body of Proof Fridays at 9:00pm on ABC:
The series stars Delany as Dr. Megan Hunt, a medical examiner. The show will focus on Hunt’s efforts to balance the demands of her professional life with her personal life. Hunt was previously employed as a neurosurgeon. Her boss is the city’s chief medical examiner, played by Ryan.
Blue Bloods premiering Friday, September 24th (10:00pm) CBS:
“Blue Bloods” is an upcoming TV series of CBS, written and executive produced by Mitchell Burgess. The series revolves around a family of cops in New York metro area. “Blue Bloods” stars Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes and Len Cariou.
Who Do You Think You Are? Fridays at 8:00pm on NBC:
An American genealogy documentary series which premiered on NBC on March 5, 2010. The show is an adaptation of the British series of the same name, which is made by the BBC. Each week a celebrity goes on a journey to trace his or her family tree.
Outlaws premiering Wednesday, September 15th (10:00pm) but will air regularly on Fridays starting September 17th at 10:00pm on NBC:
An American television series produced by Conan O’Brien for the NBC network. The one-hour courtroom drama stars Jimmy Smits as a Supreme Court Justice who resigns from the bench to start his own law firm, as a way to more directly promote the ends of justice.