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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Top Five New Shows

I've watched all of the previews for the 2011-2012 television season, and here are the top 5 new shows I can't wait to see.

5. Hawaii Five-O

Remakes are often a let down, but Hawaii Five-O looks like a winner. It stars Moonlights Alex O'Loughlin and Lost's Daniel Dae Kim, another reason why I'm checking this show out. Hawaii Five-O airs on CBS, Monday's at 10p.m.

4. Lonestar

Lonestar looks like the soap primetimes been missing. It's main character has a double life, steals money and all with the guidance of his father. Plus Jon Voight. Lonestar airs on Fox, Mondays at 9p.m.

3. Raising Hope

Comedies are hard to come by on any schedule, but funny comedies are even more rare. If I laugh as much during the actual show as I did the preview, I'm sold. Raising Hope, from the guys who brought us My Name is Earl airs on FOX, Tuesdays at 9p.m.

2. Undercovers

Sex, fun, spies and J.J. Abrams. I'm Sold. Undercovers airs on NBC, Wednesdays at 8p.m.

1. The Event

Mystery, intrigue, cover-ups and The Event. It's not LOST, but it looks like it can fill part of the void. It already has me wondering, what is The Event. The Event airs on NBC, Mondays at 9p.m.

Feel free to post the top five shows you're most looking forward too.

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