Fall premieres approaching

By Meghan Smith
September 20, 2007

Anthony Vellutato/graphic design editor

It’s that time of year again. School is in full swing and TV once again becomes interesting. The fall lineup is filled with many returning favorites and new shows to watch for. Premiere Week starts Monday Sept. 17, so get the popcorn ready and

“Back To You” is a promising new sitcom starring Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton as local news anchors in Pittsburgh. Catch the comedic duo Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on FOX starting Sept. 19.

For those who watch TV religiously, you are most likely familiar with the cavemen from the Geico commercials. Well, now they have their own show, “Cavemen”. Tune in Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC to decide if they can hold their own for a whole 30 minutes.

The new Grey’s Anatomy spin off, “Private Practice” will be either hit or miss with devoted Grey’s fans. “Private Practice” follows Dr. Addison Montgomery to a new job in Los Angeles where she retreats to forget about McSteamy and McDreamy. With a star-studded cast, the show should prove to be just as good as the popular Grey’s Anatomy.

“Private Practice” airs Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. on ABC.

ABC seems to be the channel to turn to for new shows this fall. Premiering after “Private Practice” at 10 o’clock is the new drama “Dirty Sexy Money.”

The series follows the lives of a wealthy New York City family and their business after the patriarch dies in a suspicious plane crash. “Dirty Sexy Money” seems as if it will have enough excitement to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

CBS’s new drama, “Moonlight,” is definitely the show to watch if you happen to be staying in on a Friday night. Alex O’Loughlin stars as a vampire who works as a private investigator. With the supernatural aspect of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, the drama of “Grey’s Anatomy” and a CSI-like color quality, “Moonlight” looks to be promising.

The CW’s new shows seem to be geared toward the high school viewers. “Gossip Girl,” based on the Best-Selling series, premieres Wednesday Sept. 19th at 9 p.m. It looks as if it’s the East-Coast, non-reality version of MTV’s “Laguna Beach;” replacing the surfer boys and blonde haired beauties with a posh, stuck-up New York City boarding school crowd. I’m sure it will suffice if there is nothing else on.

Check out http://tvaddict.com for a full schedule of dates and times of your favorite shows so you won’t miss any of the action!

Meghan Smith

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