This fall, many of the best TV shows are returning after their undoubtedly intense season finales. Old favorites like Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Bones, House, Desperate Housewives, and Brothers & Sisters are sure to be back for another round of drama and tears. And it’ll only be a matter of time before newcomers No Ordinary Family, Hellcats, Detroit 1-8-7, and The Whole Truth stir up a posse of devotees. So, let these reviews help you decide which shows you’ll immerse yourself into weekly.
Grey’s Anatomy. This show is currently kicking off their seventh season, so they must be doing something right. Imagine a hospital filled with gorgeous doctors, love triangles, constant life or death situations, and an overall ‘on the edge of your seat’ feeling. This is the essence of Grey’s Anatomy.
Premiered: Thursday, September 23rd, 8 p.m., on ABC.
Desperate Housewives. Another long-running viewer favorite. It’s hard to believe how much drama, cat-fights, rebellious children, and cheating spouses can fit in the little neighborhood of Wisteria Lane. All in all, it’s an entertaining show most definitely worth watching.
Premiered: Sunday, September 26th, 8 p.m., on ABC.
No Ordinary Family. A newbie; one that could go either way. It follows a family’s story as they change from “ordinary to extraordinary.” Basically, a mom, dad, daughter, and son gain superhuman powers after their plane crashes in the Amazon.
Premiered: Tuesday, September 28th, 7 p.m., on ABC.
The Whole Truth. When there is always an abundance of lawyer shows on TV, it can sometimes be difficult to decipher which ones are really worth watching. This show absolutely has potential. It follows the cases a defense attorney and a prosecutor receive, but it does more than just that. After the trial, it shows the viewer whether or not the convicted person is actually guilty or innocent, which I’m sure is something we’ve all wondered.
Premiered: Wednesday, September 22nd, 9 p.m., on ABC.